Below is a list of resources online and offline. Where to obtain Vital Records, Church Records, including software that is online to help you in your research.

How to Obtain Vital Records Pennsylvania Department of Health Division of Vital Records

Bucks County Recorder of Deeds   They  record and maintain for permanent record all documents related to real estate and various other documents such as veterans discharges, notary public commissions, etc. Phone: 215-348-6209

Bucks County Register of Wills & Orphans’ Court 55 East Court Street
3rd Floor, Administration Building Doylestown, PA 18901

Bucks County Genealogical Society

Public and Historical Libraries, Historical Societies, Museums

Bucks County Free Libraries

Bucks County Courier Times Obituaries

Bucks County Family Histories
Bucks County Muncipality Histories

Papers Read before the Bucks County Historical Society

 Warrant Registers at:
"Scanned Land Records"
links to the scanned Warrant Register pages for each county. These Warrant Registers serve as the basic index to the original land warrants, surveys and patents for about 70% of the land in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the dates 1733-ca.1957. (For the pre-1733 period, consult the Old Rights Registers {series #17.78 and 17.19} and the Proprietary Rights Index {series #17.110}. For late-twentieth-century warrants and patents, contact the Pennsylvania State Archives at: (717) 783-2669 or (717) 783-3281.)


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