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  1. History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania From the discovery of the Delaware to the present time. by W.W. H. Davis, A.M. Doylestown, PA.: Democrat Book and Job Office Print. 1876
  2. An Illustrated History of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, civil, political, and military, from its earliest settlement to the present time. Including Historical Descriptions of each county in the state, their towns, and industrial resources. by Wm. H. Egle, M.D., Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Sold only by subscription, Harrisburg: DeWitt C. Goodrich & Co., 1876
  3. Place Names of Bucks County
    Compiled by George MacReynolds (Librarian of the Bucks County Historical Society)
    Published by the Bucks County Historical Society, Doylestown
    1942
  4. Volume I - Illustrated 1905 from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time by William W.H. Davis, A.M. President of the Bucks County Historical Society, Member of the American Historical Society the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, the Western Reserve Historical Society; Author of "El Gringo or New Mexico and Her People", "History of Gen. John Lacy;", "The Spanish Conquest of New Mexico:", "History of the One Hundred and Fourth Pennsylvania Regiment;","History of the Hart Family:", "Life of Gen John Davis:", "History of the Doylestown Guards:", "The Fries Rebellion:", "History of Doylestown, Old and New:, etc.

    4a. THE JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 1998, PUBLISHED BY THE BUCKS COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
    Prepared Under the editorial Supervision of Warren S. Ely, Genealogist, Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and Librarian of the Bucks County Historical Society, and John W. Jordan, LL.D> of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

  5. History of Bucks County Pennsylvania Volume II-- DAVIS-
    Second Edition, revised and enlarged with a genealogical and personal history of Bucks County. Prepared under the Editorial Supervision of Warren S. Ely ( Genealogist. Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and Librarian of the Bucks County Historical Society and John W. Jordan, LL.D. of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

 

 

 

 

  1. Volume III - Illustrated 1905 -- DAVIS
    from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time by William W.H. Davis, A.M., President of the Bucks County Historical Society, Member of the American Historical Society the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, the Western Reserve Historical Society; Author of "El Gringo or New Mexico and Her People", "History of Gen. John Lacy;", "The Spanish Conquest of New Mexico:", "History of the One Hundred and Fourth Pennsylvania Regiment;","History of the Hart Family:", "Life of Gen John Davis:", "History of the Doylestown Guards:", "The Fries Rebellion:", "History of Doylestown, Old and New:, etc.
  2. History of Bucks County Pennsylvania- J.H. Battle
    Including an account of it's original exploration; it's relation to the settlements of New Jersey and Delaware;it's erection into a separate county, also it's subsequent growth and development, with sketches of it's historic and interesting localities, and biographies of many of its representative citizens. Edited by J.H. Battle, Illustrated, with new index, Published for Pennsylvania reprint society and Southwest Pennsylvania Genealogical Services Laughlintown, Pennsylvania, The Reprint Company Publishers, Spartanburg, South Carolina 1985. Reproduced from an 1887 edition in the Pennsylvania Room, Uniontown Public Library, Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
  3. A History of Warminster Township, The First 275 Years 1711-1986, Published by the Warminster Township 275th Anniversary Commission by authorization of the Warminster Township Board of Supervisors Paul C. Bailey, Township Historian, Author. Coypright 1986.
  4. Delaware Valley Advance - 1929
    In 1929, the Delaware Valley Advance carried a series of historical articles on old Langhorne and vicinity ("Olde Attleborough") written by the late Samuel C. Eastburn.
  5. The Making of Pennsylvania - 1896
    An analysis of the elements of the population and the formative influences that created one of the greatest of the American States. -
   

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