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151 No further record. Abraham Brelsford
152 Nathan was unmarried, and in his will, written 3/17/1838, proved 1839, file # 7329. He directs payments to his siblings, or their children. Amos Brelsford
153 Asa must have died without issue, because in his will, proved 1849, his only legacy is to his niece Rachel Thompson. Asa Brelsford
154 David went to Washington to retrieve B. F. Hibbs' body. David Brelsford
155 Emily was Margaret Brodnax's 2nd. cousin. Emily Brelsford
156 Esther, her Father Samuel and George Clift were co-administrators in a suit against John Harvey by John Janney. Case 337 June 1754, and Case 372 Dec 1754. [Spruance Library, Bucks County Historial Society] Esther Brelsford
157 In 1830 they were living in Solebury township. I found Euphemia in Cannonsburg, Washington County in 1850. She was living with her daughter Phoebe Land, wife of George and their family. She was living with her brother Jesse in 1860. Euphema Brelsford
158 In 1900 they were living in Attleboro (now Langhorne). John Brelsford
159 March 31, 1862. John Brelsford, son of Elizabeth Brelsford, late of Bristol township, and wife Fannie M. sell his one seventh share of estate to David brelsford of Bristol Township. Bucks County Miscellaneous Deed Dockets 1857-1900, page 53 (bk 14, page 257) John Brelsford
160 She released her dower rights to son Samuel on 17 Dec 1836. Letitia Brelsford
161 There is no mention of her in Abraham's will, but John Vandergrift of the city of Philadelphia petitioned the Bucks County Orphans Court on March 11, 1782 for money from his estate for his grandchildren, Lydia and Martha Vandergrift. Samuel Brelsfrod had a daughter Lydia, and granddaugter Lydia, so I'm not sure who's daughter she was. Lydia Brelsford
162 In 1880 he was living with his sister Elizabeth, and husband Seth Booz in the 3rd Ward, Bristol Borough. Nathan Brelsford
163 Nathan is listed in the "Pennsylvania Archives" as in 6th Company, Exercise Fine, 1779, private, Middletown. Nathan names his wife Margaret in his will and leaves all of his estates to his son Nathan and directs him to pay legacies to his othe children. These legacies were not paid out until his death, and his deceased siblings legacies were paid to their children. Margaret Brodnax, and Rachel Lovett were named as the daughters of his sister Sarah. Nathan Brelsford
164 Great niece of Rebecca Van Horn's mother, Martha. The Friends Monthly Meeting disowned her for her marriage to Brodnax on 3-6-1782. She died before 1838 when her brother Nathan's will was probated. Sarah Brelsford
165 Wilson Pursell was listed as widowed in the 1910 census. Ella Nora Briner
166 His headstone reads: 'son of Benjamin and Mary Britton." Abraham Britton
167 All indications are that he continued Thomas Lacey Sr's baking business because on 16 Jun 1748 he placed an ad in the Public Ledger: This is to inform the public, that Benjamin Britton, baker and Bolter in Chestnut Street, on the corner of 4th Street, intends to follow the business of bisket baking, where all merchants, gentlemen and house-keepers, may be supplied with hard bread and solf, by whole-wheat or retail, as also with middlings & flour at the lowest price can be afforded.

And on 20 Sept 1752 the following: TO BE SOLD by way of public vendue on the 5th Oct. the next at three o'clock at the house of Jodeph Colburn at Chesnut & Third sts. By order of the Orphans Court, A certain lot of ground on the 4th side of Chesnut St.being part of the estate of Thomas Lacey, dec'd. Mary Britton administrator to said Thomas Lacey and Benjamin Britton. The deeds are to be seen at Britton's. N.B. All persons who have any demands against said Benjamin Britton are desired to bring their accounts, that they may be paid, and those that are indebted to him ard desired to mad speedy payment or they may expect to be sued he desiring to leave the province in the fall.

On 20 May 1758 a bill of indictment was filed in Bucks County, agains Benjamin Britten for Fornication and Bastardy with Rachel Sands. Witness were John Willcox, Esq. and Abigail Britten.

I haven't investigated the prior deed of the property listed in the following advertisement in the Pennsylvania Gazette on 16 Oct 1766. There is to be sold by Benjamin Britton a very valuable plantation in Bucks County, on Neshaminy Creek, called Mount Pleasant, nearly opposite Rodman's Mill and about a mile from John Baldwin's Ferry, containing about 225 acres of land, with a good new house, brick and stone 90 feet in front,. a good celler under the whole, with two stone kintchens, and a fine well of water at the door, anew frame barn near 25 acres of good meadow, and the plow land is divided itnto four fields, containing 20 acres each, the rest all good wood land in a body. If any gentleman is inclined to purchase said plantation, he may be informed by said Britton living on the premises.

This property was not sold, because on 4 Dec 1782 the following ad appeared in the Pennsylvnia Gazette: To be Lett for a term of years. A vaualble farm late of Benjamin Britton, situated on the banks of the Neshaminy, a mile from the Ferry. (much of this is too blurred to read, but it mentions it's proximity to the town of Bristol, and the many fahionable people there).
Benjamin Britton
168 Physician, City of Philadelphia. Benjamin Washington Britton
169 Her marriage comes from Davis's "History of Bucks County". I'm not sure if Hannah was the daughter of Mary or an earlier spouse of Benjamin. Hannah Britton
170 There is a bit of confusion about her parents as she was living with John Brodnax, and Martha (Bunting) Brodnax in 1850. They were next door neighbors, and her father was ill. In 1860 she is living with Hannah and her grndparents, James and Elizabeth Bunting. Further, in1900 Hannah reports having had two children. Anna Maria Broadnax
171 He must have been very ill at the time of the 1850 census as he was not working, and his daughter Anna Maria was living with John Brodnax, and his wife's sister Martha. Charles Broadnax
172 Section 4 Charles Broadnax
173 He was also listed as William C. His obituary was in the Bucks County Gazette on July 25, 1889. Charles Wilford Broadnax
174 His headstone says 1948. Lewis Broadnax
175 His obituary in the Bucks County Gazette gave his age and occupation. Lewis Broadnax
176 As of 1900 the name was spelled Broadnix. Aaron E. Broadnix
177 Thomas G. Meyers gave Hatboro Public Spiit obituaries as the source. Aaron E. Broadnix
178 In 1880 she was living with her Mother's sister, Mary Pierson. Ada Broadnix
179 A Trenton Evening Times article says that while he and his father were felling a tree it fell on him crushing his chest. Arthur Broadnix
180 The 1870 Federal Mortality schedule gives his cause of death a ruptured heart. Charles Broadnix
181 Section 3B Edythe A. Broadnix
182 Unmarried. George W. Broadnix
183 Section 3B James S. Broadnix
184 He was killed in Bristol in an auto driven by his brother-in-law, Philip Gokler. [Trenton Evening Times, July 27, 1923.]

A newspaper article in the Bucks County Gazette, in 1898, said they lived at Hibbs Corner between Hulmeville, and Newportville. He was buried in Beachwood Cemetery, Bensalem in 1923. 
Mortimer Broadnix
185 He first married Berdina, and in Feb 1944 he was granted a divorce from his wife Berdina of Bristol. Russell Broadnix
186 His nam appears iamont the patents in the Tower in the 13th year of the reign of Richard II. He had lands in Howling, Crundale, Old Romney and Medley. John Brockman
Julian Brockman
188 I am really not sure of the children I have attributed to him. He had two childen; Charles and Aaron according to Samuel Stackhouse's Orphans Court file; Charles and Aaron, but something is not quite right about Charles' birth date (using the 1850 census which could be a wrong age), and I could find no record of an Aaron that would be the right age. This Charles had a mother named Mary in the Bucks County tax list. The child John named his son Aaron, which would connect him to this famiy through Mary Wright's father Aaron. Further, John's mother was listed as Widow Sarah in the tax list. Aaron Brodnax
189 She was over 14 at the time of her father's death in 1809. Amelia Brodnax
190 Mary Brodnax was living with her family in 1850. Ann M. Brodnax
191 Her baptism record at St. Andrews, Holborn says she was born at her father's house at Holborn above the Castle yard. Anne Brodnax
192 The 1970 census classified him as an idiot. Charles Brodnax
193 The names of his children are from file #1828. Charles Brodnax
194 Bucks County Gazette article Jun 14, 1894, says he drowned in the Delaware River. Charles Wilford Brodnax
195 Section 7. Clarendon Brodnax
196 Over 14 at the time of his/hers father's death in 1809. (I have no idea of the sex) Efficacy Brodnax
197 Her baptism records says she was born in Holborn near Castle. Elizabeth Brodnax
198 She was over 14 at the time of her fathers death in 1809. Elizabeth Brodnax
199 She was single on 10 Mar 1673, the date of her Uncle Robert Brodnax' Will. Elizabeth Brodnax
200 He was listed as insame in the 1850 census. George Brodnax

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