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v Presently Weisenberg Twp. is in Lehigh Co. In 1743 Weisenberg Twp. was part of Bucks Co. Later it became part of Northampton Co. and today, as stated above, Weisenberg Twp. is in Lehigh Co.

[SOURCES: History of Lehigh Co., C.R. Roberts, 1914; Penna. Archives, Ser. 3, Vo;. XXIV; Tax List; Weisenberg Twp., 1762, Northampton Assessment lists; Weisenberg Reformed Church records, 1751-1862, Franklin Marshall College, Lancaster, PA.; Burial records for Weisenberg Church, Lehigh County Historical Society. rh]

Submitted by:Tom Nagy of Sarver, PA

v Bucks County is one of the three original counties created by William Penn in 1682. The county seat is Doylestown. v

1730 county map of Pennsylvania
From a Weisenberg Township map of 1876. Solomon Holben was living on the original Holbenfarm in that year. The road south from Weisenberg church past Solomon Holben's is still there. It is a dirt road, and Holbens are still living on the land. Although three houses now occupy the site, one of them is a log house with a stone foundation. Its age is unknown and modern siding now hides the charm of its original state.