Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks, with Some Account of Their Descendants: Historical and Genealogical Information about the Early Settlers in Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania

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Genealogical Publishing Com, 1925 - Reference - 680 pages
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Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks is a collection of genealogical and historical information pertaining to the first settlers of the upper part of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Separate chapters are assigned to each family, and approximately 12,000 persons are named and identified. The genealogies commence with the first of the Bucks County line (usually during the period of the eighteenth century, but also earlier) and proceed, on average, through about eight generations.
 

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Contents

The Manor and Township of Richland
xiii
The Friends Meeting
11
Quakertown
23
Location of Early Settlers Adjacent to Quakertown
30
Richland Library 17881913
37
Adamson Family
44
Ashton Family
46
Ball Family
49
Lewis Family
359
Lott Family
362
McCarty Family
365
Miller Family
370
John Morgan Family
378
Morgan Morgan Family
381
Morris Morris Family
389
Nixon Family
392

Blackledge Family
67
Burson Family
74
Carr Family
89
Custard Family
95
Dennis Family
97
Edwards Family
107
Hugh Foulkes Ancestors
120
Foulke Family
129
Green Family
192
Griffith Family
211
Hallowell Family
219
Heacock Family
242
Hicks Family
271
Iden Family
277
Jamison Family
290
Johnson Family
302
Kinsey Family
325
Lancaster Family
329
Lester Family
336
Bullock Family
354
Penrose Family
396
Phillips Family
416
Rawlings Family
423
Edward Roberts Family
428
Thomas Roberts Family
468
William Roberts Family
497
Shaw Family
515
Strawn Family
532
Thomas Family
555
Thomson Family
561
Walton Family
573
Walton Family THE STROUDSBURG BRANCH
582
Zorns Family
588
ADDENDA
593
Ashton Family
595
Clothier Family
599
Thomas Edwards Family
601
Cadwallader Foulke
606
Thomas Roberts Signature
609
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