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Text:"... in Pennepack Baptist grave yard was Robert Duffield, February 5th, 1692, aged 80 years. This was probably the father of Benjamin. The fourth child, WilliamW^atts Hart, was educated at the military universitv..."
Date:1867
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., who was at the Indian Queen in 1821-22. Shewell had sold the property 1815, to WilliamW^atts, who came up from Newtown with the Courts and took out license in his own name. He kept the Queen 1823..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:".... William Field succeeded W^atts November 4, 1826; Charles Morris kept the house, 1830 and Field was there again, 1832. In October of that year Field married Eliza Gordon for his second wife. Watts was still..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... his friend Dick. WilliamWatts Hart, son of Josiah and Ann Hart, born January 2nd, 1790, and, being intended for the bar, was educated accordingly. He was a student at the Union Academy, Doylestown..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... his friend Dick. WilliamWatts Hart, son of Josiah and Ann Hart, born January 2nd, 1790, and, being intended for the bar, was educated accordingly. He was a student at the Union Academy, Doylestown..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... his friend Dick. WilliamWatts Hart, son of Josiah and Ann Hart, born January 2nd, 1790, and, being intended for the bar, was educated accordingly. He was a student at the Union Academy. Doylestown..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., who was at the Indian Queen in 1821-22. Shewell had sold the property 1815, to WilliamWatts, who came up from Newtown with the Courts and took out license in his own name. He kept the Queen 1823..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:".... The wife of Josiah Hart was sister of WilliamWatts, for many years prothonotary and clerk of the Quarter Sessions, and afterward associate judge of the Connnon Pleas of Bucks countv...."
Date:1867
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... second son and third child of the foregoing, having married Amy Hart, daughter of Jovsiah Hart, and niece of WilliamWatts, of Southampton, March 13, 1813, settled at what became Davisville, where he spent..."
Date:1905
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... to WilliamWatts, and in 1813 Watts sold it to Samuel \ardley. In what manner Yardley was dispossessed of it has already been stated. Subsecjucntly, April 13th, 1 819, Thomas N. Meredith and wife conveyed..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., as coachman, waiter, etc. At one time _ he lived with WilliamWatts, associate judge of the courts, and drove his pair of cream colored horses. He has been dead many years. He left a son, John, vtho entered..."
Date:1887
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... years, and was buried in the old Southampton Baptist grave yard. His administrators were his brother Joseph Hart, and his brother-inlaw, WilliamWatts. The settlement of his estate was filed the 2d..."
Date:1867
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., as coachman, waiter, etc. At one time he lived with WilliamWatts, associate judge of the courts, and drove his pair of cream colored horses. He has been dead many years. He left a son, John, who entered..."
Date:1887
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... that honorable position who will be remembered by the present generation. Amongthem are Francis Murry, Samuel Hart, WilliamWatts, John Ruckman, Michael H. Jenks, William S. Hendrie, Stephen N. Bartine, Andrew..."
Date:1903
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., Morris Buckman, Michael H. Jenks, John Davis, Caleb Foulke and Charles E. DuBois. The board elected Charles H Mathews, president and WilliamWatts, secretary. The Company immediately began business..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...32 DOYLESTOWN, OLD AND NEW. Morris was appointed in his stead, January 2nd. William W. Hart, the youngest member of the pioneer bar, and born in Southampton township, was a nephew of WilliamWatts..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... Alley, north side where Thomas J. Stewart kept a confectionery seventy-five years ago, a genial man but very much under size; the Donnelly house. South Main street the home of Judge WilliamWatts three..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1900
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of men, from Bucks, Montgomery and adjoining counties, with many representatives of the best families in each company. WilliamWatts,^ uncle to Mrs. Davis, was the second Major of the regiment, and William..."
Date:Between 1788 and 1878
Publication place:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of creditors, to WilliamWatts and Benjamin Morris. In December the assignees sold the establishment to Benjamin Mifflin, Philadelphia, at a later day joint editor and proprietor of the Pennsylvanian. His first..."
Date:1903
Place:Pennsylvania, USA