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History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, including an account of its original exploration, its relation to the settlements of New Jersey and Delaware, its erection into a separate county, also its subsequent growth and development, with sketches of its historic and interesting localities, and biographies of many of its representative citizens

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History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, including an account of its original exploration, its relation to the settlements of New Jersey and Delaware, its erection into a separate county, also its subsequent growth and development, with sketches of its historic and interesting localities, and biographies of many of its representative citizens

History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, including an account of its original exploration, its relation to the settlements of New Jersey and Delaware, its erection into a separate county, also its subsequent growth and development, with sketches of its historic and interesting localities, and biographies of many of its representative citizens

Source : Internet Archive

History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, including an account of its original exploration, its relation to the settlements of New Jersey and Delaware, its erection into a separate county, also its subsequent growth and development, with sketches of its historic and interesting localities, and biographies of many of its representative citizens

History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, including an account of its original exploration, its relation to the settlements of New Jersey and Delaware, its erection into a separate county, also its subsequent growth and development, with sketches of its historic and interesting localities, and biographies of many of its representative citizens

Source : Internet Archive

Results : KITCHEN


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the same township and married Margaret Kitchen, a Solebury Friend, by whom he had several children, one of whom, John,


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and is a son of William B. and Mary A. (Alford) Kitchen. His grandfather was Phineas Kitchen, a teaciier by


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Robert, Elizabeth and John Charles T. Kitchen, merchant, P. O. New Hope, was born in Center Hill, Solebury township,


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has one stepson, Joseph Holcombe. Mr. Kitchen is a member of the I. O. 0. F., and politically is a


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Phillips purchased of his half-brother, William Kitchen, an interest in the mill property now owned by Charles Phillips, and in