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Bucks County, December 14, 1776.

Bucks County, December 14, 1776.

The progress of the British and Hessian troops through New Jersey, has been attended with such scenes of desolation and outrage, as would disgrace the most barbarous nations. ..

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Published by s.n. in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hessian mercenaries.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Destruction and pillage.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Participation, German.,
  • New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15037.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14565076M

    The Bass seeps with a rich history. One of the most notable documents that while George Washington is known to have slept in several historic properties throughout the Delaware Valley, he notably did not stay at the Bass. As Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, Washington was turned away by the innkeeper of the Bass who was a Tory and loyal to the British Crown. A Guide to Revolutionary War Records in the Delaware Public Archives. forces from the camp, including the Delaware contingent, saw some action in the New York campaign. On 1 December , the end of their enlistment, Patterson and his men returned home.(7 Military fines collected in Bucks County, Schooner Delaware,

    A Spirit of likes. Cheryl Shaw Lewicki founded this community to educate, entertain and share information and facts about the American ers:   Marriage 1 JEMIMA KELSO b: 15 APR in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Married: 12 JUN in Green Co., KY 3. Note: The book "Green County Marriage Records " shows a marriage bond exists for William Polly and Jemimy Kelsey on 12 June They had consent of her father Robert Kelso. Witnesses included Samuel Kelso and Francis .

    Northampton County was formed in from part of Bucks County, and Lehigh County was formed in from part of Northampton County. Revolutionary War In December , Bucks County became the setting for Gen. George Washington and his troops as they prepared to cross the Delaware and storm Trenton, New Jersey on Christmas Day. What Bucks County, PA census records are available? There are many types of census records for Bucks County guide you in researching your family l Population Schedules are available for , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Bucks Co. Mortality Schedules can be obtained for , , and .


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Bucks County, December 14, 1776 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bucks County, Decem the progress of the Bucks County and Hessian troops through New Jersey, has been attended with such scenes of desolation and outrage, as would disgrace the most barbarous nations.

The York County (PA) Historical Society wrote "General Ewing's Brigade was in the Campaign of in New York and New Jersey, being of the troops at the evacuation of Fort Lee, 21 November and attempting to cross the Delaware 25 December and acting as a reserve at the battle of Princeton.".

From fields that echo with George Washington’s orders to a historic hotel with Grover Cleveland’s favorite suite, Bucks County is filled with artifacts and places bearing traces of former U.S.

Presidents – especially Washington’s. In this three-day itinerary, delve into the past and follow the footsteps of our nation’s first ccommanderss through parks, museums, estates, inns and shrines.

Journey to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, for an intimate depiction of a community that’s known throughout the world for its natural beauty and nurturing of the arts.

Explore remnants of the county’s year history through images and story-essays, showing how the present has roots in the past – how the old Bucks County new/5(9).

Summerseat, Hillcrest Avenue, Morrisville, Dec. The commander-in-chief was in a foul mood on arrival at Thomas Barclay’s home. Defeats in New York and New Jersey, the surrender of two forts, the occupation of Manhattan and the capture of Washington’s top major general rankled him.

Keith House (Upper Makefield Township, Pennsylvania), December 14 to 24, Moland House, Hartsville, Warwick Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Washington's Headquarters (Valley Forge), Pennsylvania, Decem to J The Keith House, also known as Washington's Headquarters or Headquarters Farm, is a historic house in Upper Makefield Township, Bucks County in the U.S.

state of served as the headquarters for George Washington during the American Revolutionary War and was listed on the National Register of Historic 1776. book in Location: Pineville Road, Upper. Bucks County is a county located in the Commonwealth of of the census, the population wasmaking it the fourth-most populous county in Pennsylvania and the 99th-most populous county in the United county seat is Doylestown.

The county is named after the English county of Buckinghamshire or more precisely, its ssional district: 1st. A TIMELINE OF BUCKS COUNTY HISTORY— ss Before c.

A.D. - The native peoples of the Delaware Valley, those who greet the first European explorers, traders and settlers, are the Lenni Lenape Indians. Lenni Lenape is a bit of a redundancy that can be translated as the “original people” or “common people.”.

[27]Isaac Lewis Certificate & Order for a Pension, Octo (containing an Aug declaration by Nicholas Lotz), Bucks County Courthouse, Miscellaneous Book 1, [28]Devine, “The Pennsylvania Flying Camp,” [29]Thomas Verenna, “The Spartans of Long Island,” Journal of the American Revolution, Novemn.

Author: Donald B. Lewis. She married John Craven 52 vi. Martha Torbert, born Aft. in "Sylvan's Retreat", Upper Makefield Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

She married George Bennett, Decem in Bucks County, Pennsylvania More About George Bennett and Martha Torbert: Marriage: DecemBucks County, Pennsylvania 53 vii.

Bucks County Bucks County is one of the first three counties of Pennsylvania. The county was created in by the founder of Pennsylvania, William Penn. The other two counties created in were Chester and Philadelphia. Bucks County was named after Buckinghamshire, England, as were similarly several names of locations within the county.

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New. Books: Fishing-General. Featured books from bucks county books. You'll never be bored in Bucks County. Enjoy these fun, educational and exciting activities with the whole family. Experience everything from children's museums to theatre's and indoor rock climbing gyms.

Embark on a scenic river ride down the Delaware River, discover the best ice cream in Bucks County, enjoy self-guided tours, and much more. The origins of the Proprietary Land Office may be traced to when William Penn appointed Thomas Holme Surveyor General. Under a constantly evolving set of procedures and relationships, the Surveyor General cooperated with the Secretary of Proprietary Affairs, a Master of Rolls, a Receiver General, and Commissioners of Property in conducting the sale of.

JERUSHA 3 STRAWN (JACOB 2, LANCELOT 1) 8 was born Decem in Haycock Twp, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and died in McLuney, Clayton Twp, Perry County, married JEREMIAH REED in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, son of JOHN REED and THANKFUL was born in New Jersey, and died Ma in.

William Penn and his home life at Pennsbury: On the Delaware in Falls township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Historical address, Sunday, Octo by Fackenthal, B. F and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The History of Bucks County by J.H.

Battle. INDEX Davis History of Bucks County. By William H Davis. Donna Bluelink State History. Pennsylvania On The Eve Of Colonization. Independence To The Civil War: The Era Of Industrial Ascendancy: Maturity: Bucks County Pennsylvania.

Chapter XIII DENNIS FAMILY Beginning on Page 97 1. JOSEPH DENNIS, the pioneer of the Richland family of that name, came to Bucks County about He is supposed to have been the son of John and Rachel (Hull) Dennis, of Woodbridge, New Jersey, born there 3.

On DecemGeorge Washington led American forces across the Delaware River, departing from Taylorsville (now called Washington Crossing) and arriving in Titusville, NJ. This turning point in the American Revolution is memorialized at Washington Crossing Historic Park, located in Upper Makefield Township.

BUCKS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Janu The Regular Meeting of the Bucks County Board of Commissioners was held this day at am, at the Bucks County Commissioners’ Meeting Room, 55 E. Court Street, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

In attendance were Commissioner Charles H. Martin, Chairman,and Commissioner Robert G. Loughery. Descendants of Martin Scheib /51, and died Decem in Bedminster Township, Bucks County, married (2) Susanna Haycock J in Bedminster Township, Bucks County, PA.

George 4 Scheib, born in .>>> History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Illustrated Book and Job Office Print. Doylestown, PA And Second Edition, Revised With a Genealogical and Personal History of Bucks County.