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BUCKS COUNTY Related pages

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Bucks County Family Histories
Bucks County Muncipality Histories

http://www.buckscountyhistory.com/
   

This award winning web page has over 6,000 individuals and 1,800 family groups and contains Bucks Co., PA

HEATON and MATHER families

http://home.comcast.net/~krutillaja 

Beecher Family Home Page--

Bucks Co. surnames include BURNS, BRADY and SELLERS

http://home.comcast.net/~cdbeech/#Genealogy

Whitaker and Dugan Home Page

Whitaker and Dugan, Bristol PA

http://members.tripod.com/~Pepper98

The COURT INN or THORNTON TAVERN

Newtown, Bucks County PA.

http://nlt.rootsweb.com/notebooks/photos/tho-006.html

Bucks County and BERKS,LEHIGH, NORTHAMPTON COUNTIES Includes Cemetary, Church Records, Civil War, etc

http://www.pagenealogy.org/

A Brief History of North & Southampton Reformed Church

We, the congregation of North & Southampton Reformed Church, were officially organized on May 20, 1710

1380 Bristol Road Churchville, PA 18966

http://www.nsrc1710.org/history.php

An Inventory of the Magill Family Papers, 1846-1909

Edward H. (Edward Hicks) Magill (1825-1907) was a prominent Quaker teacher and was President of Swarthmore College from 1872-1889. He was born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the son of Jonathan P. and Mary Magill of Solebury Monthly Meeting of Friends

http://www.swarthmore.edu/library/friends/ead/5096magi.xml

An Inventory of the Palmer Family Papers, 1722-1966

The Palmer family was a Quaker family descended from John and Christian Palmer, who settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania., in 1683. Sarah M. Fell (1824-1911

http://www.swarthmore.edu/library/friends/ead/5111palf.xml

   
  • Nockamixon Township Bucks County PA

  • Judy Jackson's Personal Genealogy Page

  • The Adams Home Page

    •  Bucks Co names Henricks, Means, Bergey, Groff (verified 9-2005)

  • African American Resources

  • Atkinson Genealogy--Chester and Bucks Co. PA

    • My roots are mainly in the Southern and Eastern United States: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia (and other states to a lesser extent.) The vast majority of my ancestors originated in Great Britain (mainly Scotland and England). I also have a number of ancestors from Germany.  My wife Karla has ancestry in the same states as I, but also: New York, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, North and South Dakota, Nebraska and other western states. Most of her ancestry is of German origin. I do all the genealogy work but keep her informed of any interesting findings on her ancestry.

  • Mystery Photos and Genealogy Bean Family Genealogy,

    • Forum

    • Beans family of Bucks county,with side information about the Hough Family, the Skill family

      • Other spellings of the Beans name include, Bains, Baines, Bayne, Bayn, Baine, and Bane

  • Brady Family

    • The

      Mystery Photos and Genealogy Bean Family Genealogy,

      • Forum

      • Beans family of Bucks county,with side information about the Hough Family, the Skill family

        • Other spellings of the Beans name include, Bains, Baines, Bayne, Bayn, Baine, and Bane

      family moves first to New York City, New York and then to Bristol, Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the late 1830’s.

  • Bucks County History and Genealogy

    • BENNER
      BLACK
      BURISKY
      CLARK
      CHAPMAN
      COYLE
      JANYSZESKI
      MARTINDALE
      MILLER
      MORGAN
      PIDCOCK
      SUTTON
      SWOPE
      TORBERT
      VANLUVANEE
      WHITE - -

  • Boyd Website

    • Seeking information on John Boyd and his descendants. John was a sea captain sailing out of Philadelphia around 1800. Check here to see if you connect.

  • More about William Chestnut of Bucks Co Pa

    •  From a book by John B. Chesnut, Jr., 4045 Raymond Rd., Livermore, California 94550. The book follows many of the descendancy lines of a Chesnut that I will call "William of Bucks Co., PA." The text below is quoted from John's book (with permission of the author).
       

  • Civil War - Pennsylvania Regiments-

    • -Ancestors in either Bucks or Philadelphia Co.

    • Civil War ... Pennsylvania Regiments
      Proudly Presented By: Helen Marie Melly More Marlborough, Massachusetts U.S.A.

  • Crouthamel
    http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~mcvan/index.html
    The pioneer ancestor of the Crouthamel family of Bucks County was Andreas Krauthamel, who emigrated from Germany in the ship "Edinburg", arriving in Philadelphia on September 30, 1754, and settling in Bucks County, Penna.

  • Crull, Heaston, Hoover #3

    • Virginia

  • The COURT INN or THORNTON TAVERN --

    • Called "The Court Inn" when Newtown was the county seat of Bucks County and the court house was across the street. (Newtown was the county seat from 1726 to 1775, when the county seat was moved to Doylestown.)

  • CUTLER FAMILY

  • The David Library:

        http://www.dlar.org/

     

  • Digging For My Roots-

    • [#2] i. William. b. about 1637, d. 14 Sep 1687, m. Mary WALL;
      ii. Edmund Jr., b. unknown.
      (2) William BEAKES, b. about 1637 in Farleigh, Backwell, Somersetshire, England, d. 14 Sep 1687 in Makefield Twsp., Bucks Co., PA; m., 12 May 1661 in North Somerset MM, Somersetshire, England, to Mary WALL (b. 9 Aug 1628, d. 14 Jan 1696; daughter of William WALL); they resided in Makefield Twsp.,

  • The Early Reformed Low Dutch Church in Bucks County

    • The Low Dutch Community
      of Bucks County Pennsylvania .During the 15th and 16th centuries it was a common practice of the English to refer to all persons of Germanic heritage as "Dutch" or "Dutch-men", with the only occasional distinction made being that between "low" and "high". The term "Low" Dutch was sometimes used to signify those persons of Netherlandish descent, while "High" Dutch referred to Germans and the Swiss. It was not until the latter part of the 17th century that the current distinction between Dutch and German began to come into use.

  • FOOTPRINTS FROM THE PAST

    • HIESTAND

  • FTM ... The Godshalk Family Tree--Lists all the notes and names.

    • The Godshalk Family Tree
      Updated September 5, 2000

  • Genealogy of Pennsylvania --

    • GENEALOGY IN PENNSYLVANIA and A TOUCH OF NEW JERSEY AND NEW YORK

    • Bucks County research links

  • HEATON, MATHER   - An award winning site with prominent family surnames - ARNOLD, BRASHEAR, EDGINGTON, HEATON,  STEWART, VEIRS/VIERS, & WILSON. The surname page contains 1800 family groups, and 6915 individuals.

  • Hillpot Family Genealogy

    • - Includes a lot of Bucks County Information

  • Holcombe Surname or HOLCOMBE, BETTS, SNYDER, WOOD Database at WorldConnect

  • Hottel Family

    • HISTORY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN HOTTEL, 2ND EDITION, 1992

  • Kroll/Crull, Hiestand/Heaston, HuberHoover

  • KROLL/ CRULL HIESTAND/ HEASTON HUBER/ HOOVER

  • Julia A. Heaton Krutilla's Ancestor Page --

    •  This award winning web page has over 6,000 individuals in approx. 1,500 family groups and contains Bucks Co., PA HEATON and MATHER families.

  • Lambing Family Genealogy

    • descendants of Christopher Lambing, who cam to America sometime before 1766.

  • Discussion of Rue, LaRue, and allied

    • This is a Discussion Board

  • Mark's Photo Gallery -- Wildlife of Bucks County

  • Martin and Hugh McVan:
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mcvan/pa_mcvan.htm
    Martin and Hugh McVan immigrated from County Sligo, Ireland about 1867 and settled in Doylestown, PA building a double house on East Oakland Avenue. The family remains in the area today.
    The website is an effort to trace all McVan (McVann, McAvan, McEvan) relations that trace back to Bryan McVan in the Banada area of County Sligo.

  • Paxson Family -

    • This web site intends to make available the most comprehensive and accurate information on the descendants of the Paxson brothers who emigrated from England to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in 1682. In addition, various collateral lines are being added from time to time as they are prepared.

  • Rawne's Home Page

    • Fisher and Gordon Family

  • Nora L. Stevenson --

    •  Bucks County and surrounding areas. 3316 total entries. This site is found at the RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project

  • Sloyer/Schloyer Family Pages

    • SLOYER family descendants are contributing this page to help others researching find links to their research, and to hopefully further our research.

  • Stephens and Weekley

    • families who came to Pennsylvania

  • Surnames to Brag About--

    • Contains 80 names to direct ancestors, most of which emigrated from Germany in the 1700s and settled in Berks, Bucks, Lehigh, Montgomery, or Northampton County, PA

    • If you are searching for ancestors who settled in Pennsylvania in what is now BERKS, BUCKS, CARBON, LEHIGH, MONTGOMERY or NORTHAMPTON County, you may find them below in the list of more than a hundred of my DIRECT ANCESTORS. Most of them emigrated to the United States from Germany in the 1700s and settled in one or more of those counties. I would be happy to share information about them and many of their descendants.

  • The PA Historic Museum

    • Welcome to the Commonwealth’s Official History Agen

    • Has a site with a slide show of old postcards from the different counties

  • Passenger Ships' Lists

    •  for Pennsylvania

  • Pennsylvania Catholic Church Records from the 1700s and 1800s

    • St Paul's, Goshenhoppen, Baptisms

    • St Paul's, Goshenhoppen, Marriages

    • St Vincent's, Latrobe

    • St Mary's, Lancaster

    • St Joseph's, Philadelphia

    • St Joseph's, Philadelphia, FATHER FARMER’S MARRIAGE

    • St Patrick's Buffalo Creek, Burials

    • St Patrick's Buffalo Creek, Baptisms

    • St Augustine's, Philadelphia

    • St Joseph's Marriages, Philadelphia

    • Holy Trinity, Philadelphia

  • More Surnames to Brag About -

    • Bucks County names include: DICKERT DIEHL HECKER KILE REISS ROSENBERGER SCHERER

  • Tiana's homepage --

    • Bucks County Information as well as information for BERKS,LEHIGH, NORTHAMPTON COUNTIES Includes Cemetary, Church Records, Civil War, etc.

  •  Virginia West to Orgeon ---

    • Bucks Co., Pa is concerned, there are Brills, Wrights, and related families. 

  • B ruce E Warnock Home Page --
    Large Family Tree Maker file on the family of James Melvin of Lower Milford Twp., Bucks Co documented dating from his will of 1777 to today.

  •  VAN BUSKIRK Home page OF TULLY, NY Many from Bucks Co.

  • Ziegler/Siegfried Genealogy

    • Bucks County research includes Wambold in Rockhill and Springfield Twps; Hedrick and Heistand in Hilltown and New Britain Township; and Ziegler in Springfield, Durham and Tinicum Twps.

   
 

 

 

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