The following are more extracts from the "Bucks County Intelligencer."These are found on microfilm on Inter-Library Loan from the State Library of Pennsylvania.Positive Roll # 15, for the period 3 April 1880 through 23 January 1886.
(Entries relating to Harry Allen reflect part of my ancestry.)
Reported 27 Nov 1880:At the bride's parents, Eleventh-month 10th, 1880, by Friends' Ceremony, Charles M. Allen of Edgewood, and Miss Rachio [?] C. Reeder of Wrightstown.
Reported 1 Jan 1881:Dec 25, 1880, by Rev W. H. Conard, at his residence in Phila, William G. Allen and Miss Clara M. Gear, both of Bristol.
Reported 25 Aug 1883:At Riegelsville, Aug 18, 1883, by Rev D. T. Koser, William B. Weaver of Frenchtown, N. J., and Miss Sadie T. Allen of Frankford, Pa.
Reported 7 Aug 1880:At Bristol, Pa., July 31, 1880, Emma E., daughter of the late William G Allen, in her 30th year.
Reported 28 Aug 1880:At Bristol, Pa., Aug 15, 1880, C. Henry, son of the late William G. Allen, in his 23d year.
Reported 12 Feb 1881:Jan 29, 1881, near Bushington, Ida, youngest daughter of Harry Allen, aged five months.
Reported 15 Mar 1881:In Carversville, second-month 12th, 1881, Mary E. Allen, daughter of Charles and Sarah Allen, in her 34th year.
Reported 25 June 1881:In Trenton on the 9th inst., Margaret, widow of the late Joseph Allen, in her 82d year.
Reported 19 Nov 1881:In Trenton, N.J., Oct 30, William G. Allen, formerly of Bucks County, Pa., in his 42d year.
Reported 8 Apr 1882:At Bordentown, N. J., Mar 30, 1882, Sarah B., wdow of the late Colonel Joseph W. Allen, aged 67 years.
Reported 3 June 1882:In Lumberville, May 15, 1882, Joseph, son of Harry Allen, aged 4 months.
Reported 11 Aug 1883:Near Jamison's Corner, July 25, 1883, of consumption, Jennie Allen, aged 30 years, 7 months and 23 days.[Poem follows:"Fast to sleep, my aunt so dear . . ." - Niece Sallie]
Reported 12 July 1884:At Bristol, Pa., July 5th, 1884, George W. Allen in his 57th year.
Reported 25 Apr 1885:In Doylestown Twp on Sunday, Apr 12, 1885, of typhoid pneumonia, Sarah H., wife of Charles I. Allen, aged nearly 61 years.[Poem follows:"When we gazed on that dear face . . ."]
Reported 23 May 1885:Suddenly, in Warrington, May 20, 1885, Susie, youngest daughter of Charles Allen, aged 17 years.[The paragraph that follows refers to Horsham Meeting House, after the funeral.]
Reported 29 Aug 1885:In Bristol, Aug 21, 1885, Willie G., son of William G. and Clara M. Allen aged 4 weeks and 1 day.
Reported 5 Sept 1885:In Tradesville, Aug 17, 1885, of cholera infantum, Oscar J., only child of Amos M. and Anna D. Allen, aged 1 year, 3 months and 26 days.