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An historical account of some of the Welsh settlers of Hilltown and New Britain

Joseph Mathias

An historical account of some of the Welsh settlers of Hilltown and New Britain

by Joseph Mathias

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Published by Genealogical Society of Pa. in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Joseph Mathias ; with additional facts by Edward Mathews, 1876.
ContributionsMathews, Edward.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 84/151 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination201 p.
Number of Pages201
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2987969M
LC Control Number84241068

  Whilst doing some family history recently I was able to access the Register which was taken at the outbreak of WW2 in September as an emergency census. Not all people are shown on it as many names are redacted although it gives a good insight into the people who were most of the original settlers and their families.   Bucks County, PA, Deeds--LDS Film #, Book pp. 24 March Thomas JAMES of New Britain, Bucks Co, yeoman, and James JAMES of same place, son of Thomas JAMES, of one part, to Simon BUTLER of New Britain Esqr. and Edward Matthews of the same place, yeoman, whereas BUTLER and Matthews have grist mill on rivulet known by .

  An Historical Account of the Doings and Sufferings of the Christian Indians in New England in the Years by Daniel Gookin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Newtown and Bristol were villages of some importance; the former had been incorporated more than a quarter of a century, whilst the eligibility of the latter as the county-seat of the future was already under discussion before there was yet a European settler within the present geographical boundaries of New Britain and Hilltown.

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An historical account of some of the Welsh settlers of Hilltown and New Britain by Joseph Mathias Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition)Format: Paperback. Hilltown was the first township formed north of Buckingham. Among the first settlers was Israel Pemberton, an original land-owner in Hilltown, James Logan and Reverend William Thomas.

Thomas was one of the fathers of Hilltown, and one of the most reputable men who settled it. From "The Thomas Family of Hilltown, Bucks County, Penn" by Edward Matthews “Lewis Thomas and Evan Thomas, both Welshman, were among the earlier settlers of Hilltown, holding lands in the western portion, near Rieff's corner, and eastward of the village of Telford.".

History of Hilltown Township, Bucks County, PA. CHAPTER XXII HILLTOWN The line of English settlers. -Welsh and Germans appear. -First township organized north of Buckingham. -Israel Pemberton. -Rev'd William Thomas. -He builds a church.

-His will. -John Vastine. -Change of the name. -The Funks.* -The Owens. -Land taken up. -Henry Lewis. The "Welsh Settlers of Hilltown and New Britain, Bucks County, Pennsylvania."MS by Rev.

Edward Matthias, much of which was originally collected about the yearcontains a list of what purports to be the children of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Dungan) West; but as the births of some are given, which are many years after the deaths of both Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Dungan.

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by Rev. Edward Matthias (30) much of which was originally collected about the yearcontains a list of what purports to be the children of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Dungan) West; but as the births of some are given, which are many years after the deaths of both Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Dungan).

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Between and a number of Welshmen who had settled in the vicinity of Gwynedd, in the upper part of Philadelphia County, crossed over into New Britain and Hilltown townships in Bucks County-a region then known as Perkasy.English, Book, Illustrated edition: An historical account of the colony of New South Wales and its dependent settlements: in illustration of twelve views / engraved by W.

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Oxley. The History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania: From the Discovery of the Delaware to the Present Time William Watts Hart Davis Democrat Book and Job Office Print, - Bucks County (Pa.). Excerpt from Merion in the Welsh Tract: With Sketches of the Townships of Haverford and Radnor; Historical and Genealogical Collections Concerning the Welsh Barony in the Province of Pennsylvania, Settled by the Cymric Quakers in Scattered through the genealogies will be found valuable items of township and state history.5/5(1).

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Merion in the Welsh tract. With sketches of the townships of Haverford and Radnor. Historical and genealogical collections concerning the Welsh barony in the provinces of Pennsylvania, settled by the Cymric Quakers in by Glenn, Thomas Allen, Pages: They were Welsh Baptists, and the vanguard of the little colony of that denomination who eight years later organized themselves into a church known as the Montgomery Baptist church, of which the JAMES family were members for many years.

New Britain and Hilltown Baptist churches were offshoots of this ancient church. Few other than Welsh settlers made their appearance in either Gwynedd or Montgomery, before ; a small number from England were the only exceptions.

The greater part of them were, or soon became Friends; a minority, chiefly settlers in Montgomery, were Baptists. Saxon Settler involves the children in an interpretation of Anglo-Saxon settlement. It uses the medium of a settlement game to introduce the children to both the multiple causal factors involved and the chronology of the settlement period.ORR FAMILY The Distinguished Orr family of South Carolina claims descent from Bucks County ancestry.

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