Wm. Rowen Grant Funeral Home Inc. is located in our original building dating back to the 1870s on the top of the hill at the corner of Street Road and Second Street Pike. We offer cremation options to Southampton families at our onsite crematory built in 1970. Our recent renovations maintain the character of the original funeral home building. We offer a spacious, comforting atmosphere, ample parking and our chapel accommodates approximately 100 guests.
- Crematorium On-Site
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
Personalized memorial services
Our mission is to celebrate each life and to share your loved one's story. Our staff works tirelessly to guide you through this most difficult time, treating your family as we would our own. We offer Life Well Celebrated® services that allow you to create a personalized tribute that won't soon be forgotten.
We're proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network. As North America's largest provider of funeral, cremation and cemetery services, the Dignity Memorial® brand is your assurance of quality, value, caring service and exceptional customer satisfaction.
Funeral home with cemetery partnership
To better serve your family, we are closely associated with Forest Hills Cemetery in Huntingdon Valley.
Dating back to Victorian Philadelphia, Wm. Rowen Grant Funeral Home, Inc. opened our doors in 1870. William Rowen was an influential resident of Southampton and served as president of the Philadelphia School Board.
In the early 1940s his grandson, William Rowen Grant, purchased the old Leedman Funeral Home and moved the family business to our Street Road location in Southampton Township, Bucks County. Leedman Funeral Home, well established in the area, associated with the Oliver Bair Company, an exclusive Philadelphia funeral home at the turn of the 20th century.
The Grant family were pioneers, opening one of the first area crematories on location at their funeral home. The family business was continued by his great-grandson, William Rowen Grant Jr., until October of 1995 when the funeral home became a member of the Dignity Memorial® network.