The Ballance Friends meeting was established by the Orthodox branch of the Little Britain meeting at the time of the Great Separation and though it was officially called Little Britain meeting by that group, it became more known as the Ballance meeting, named for one of its founders, Joseph Ballance.
There is a small burial ground next to the meetinghouse.
The meetinghouse property is under the care of Little Britain meeting and Nottingham Quarterly.
Though Bart is no longer an active Quaker meeting, the historic meetinghouse is still open once a year for a special meeting, usually held on the third Sunday in June. The graveyard is located on the same property. The meetinghouse and its grounds are under the care of the Bart Historical Society.
Bart meeting was under the jurisdiction of Caln Quarterly of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting when it was an active meeting.
The Drumore Friends meeting was discontinued early in the 20th century but is still used on an annual basis by the Little Britain Friends. When the meeting was laid down, the property including the cemtery was sold to the Drumore Cemetery Association, with the meeting retaining the rights to its use.
Furniss Road above Susquehannock, Liberty Square, PA
Eastland Friends Meeting is one of the two preparative meetings that make up the modern Little britain Monthly meeting under Nottingham Qaurterly, teh other being Penn Hill Friends meeting in Wakefield.
The meetinghouse was built on land donated by Henry Reynolds and includes a good-sized burial ground
Friends Road north of Kirks Mill Road, Eastland, PA