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Located near the central southern part of Bucks County, bounded northwest by Wrightstown Township, northeast by Upper and Lower Makefield Townships, southeast by Middletown Township, southwest by Northampton Township.  It was formerly established as a township in 1692. Newtown and Wrightstown one township and it is not positively known in what year Wrightstown was detached from Newtown. (Place Names of Bucks County)

 

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NEWTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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SCHOFIELD FORD BRIDGE

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Newtown Borough

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NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP
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James Parker Question
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Stoopville
Named for the Stoop Family 3
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CHURCHES
bulletNewtown Presbyterian Church
Washington Ave & Chancellor St.
Newtown
(215) 968-3861
bulletFirst Baptist Church - Newtown Grace Point
592 Washington Crossing Road
Newtown PA 18940
PHONE #
215. 968.2354 FAX 215.579.3101
http://www.gracepointpa.org/
 
bulletBucks Central Church (PCA)
P.O. Box 1025
Newtown, PA 18940
http://www.buckscentral.org .

 

Doylestown Democrat, March 9, 1880

A newly discovered newspaper sent to (Doylestown Democrat) paper. The Herald of Liberty published in Newtown by David Robinson, dated June 21, 1815. Printed on a sheet 20x 24 " and 16 columns of matter. No marriage or deaths were listed.

 

They held meetings here till the morning of April 6th,
when they adjourned to meet at the inn of Amos Strickland, in
Newtown-then called the Red Lion Inn.

BRICK HOTEL, NEWTOWN, PA.
Built in 1764 by Amos Strickland on site of Red Lion inn. The third story, also the
brick addition on west end built about 1837, by Capt. Joseph Archambault, a page of
Napoleon's. Continental soldiers and Hessian officers quartered here after the battle of
Trenton.

Papers Read before the BCHS -

  The CHAMBERS family Willow Hill, Kindly submitted by: Molly May

NEWTOWN CEMETERY

St. Andrew's

 

 

 

 

 

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DELHAAS-WILSON CLASS OF 1960

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DELHAAS Class 59

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