The following are more extracts primarily from the "Married" and "Died" columns of the "Bucks County Intelligencer."These were found on microfilm on Inter-Library Loan from the State Library of Pennsylvania, Positive Roll # 11, for the period 16 April 1861 through 6 November 1866.No warranty is made that I found all records for this surname.It's always a good idea to check the original.
Reported 29 Oct 1861:At Frankford, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Combs, Mark E. Hall to Miss Phoebe Allen, both of Carversville, Bucks county.
Reported 25 Mar 1862:At the residence of Alfred Knight, in Carversville, on the 20th of the third month, according to the order of the Society of Friends, Thomas C. Smith, of Buckingham, to Beulah W. Allen of the former place.
Reported 8 Sept 1863:On the 8th inst., by Rev. A. R. Horne, F. F. Allen to Miss M. Bartholomew, both of Applebachville.
Reported 12 Jan 1864:In Yardleyville, on the 31st of December, by the Rev. J. Deweese Boyer, at his residence, Mr. James B. Allen, of Middletown township, to Miss Analea Watson, of Lower Makefield, Bucks county, Pa.
Reported 8 Mar 1864:On the 1st inst., by Mayor Henry, G. Edward Knight, of Philadelphia, to Lizzie C., daughter of Benjamin Allen, Esq., of Bristol, Pa.
Reported 5 Apr 1864:In Philadelphia, on the 24th ult., at the Continental, by Mayor Henry, Mr. Joseph E. Allen, of Burlington, N. J., to Miss Elizabeth Everitt, of Bristol, Bucks county, Pa.
Reported 14 June 1864:In Philadelphia, on Saturday, the 9th of April, by Alderman William S. Toland, Mr. Charles Coates to Miss Jennie W. Allen, both of Solebury, Bucks county.
Reported 30 Aug 1864:At the same time and place [citing the immediately priormarriage, on the 27th inst., near Pineville, by Rev E. H. Spayd, between John T. Atkinson and Sarah Maria Curtis], by the same, Ramsey C. Groom to Miss Susanna G. Allen, both of Upper Makefield, Bucks county.
Reported 3 Jan 1865:At the residence of the bride's father, in Solebury, by Friends ceremony, on the 8th of December, Abel Tomlinson, of New Jerey, to Mary, daughter of Elihu W. Allen.
Reported 24 Jan 1865:In Solebury, on the 8th of the 12th month, according to the order of Friends at the house of the bride's father, Abel K. Tomlinson, of Camden county, N. J., to Mary B. Allen, of the former place.
Reported 14 Nov 1865:In Trenton, on the 9th inst., by Rev. J. S. Heisler, Mr. Israel Allen to Miss Sue K. Paxson, both of Oxford Valley, Bucks county.
Reported 6 Feb 1866:At the same time, by the same ceremony (No. 571) [citing the Feb. 1st Seneca Ott - Maria Umstat marriage by Rev. S. M. Andrews],Mr. Francis L. Worthington, of Buckingham, to Miss Mary Matilda Allen, of Warrington.
Reported 21 August 1866:In Doylestown, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. S. M. Andrews, (No. 594,) Edward S. McIntosh, and Miss Mary A. Allen, both of Doylestown.
Reported 6 Nov 1866:On the 25th inst., by Watson Comly, Alderman, John Allen, to Mary Otts, all of Byberry.
Reported 25 Feb 1862:Near Tullytown, on the evening of the 30th of January, of consumption, Elizabeth C., wife of William Goforth Allen, in the 34th year of her age. [Short poem follows, beginning, "Farewell, dear husband -- children do not weep..."]
Reported 6 May 1862:In Solebury tp. [sic], April 26th, Mary Frances Allen, daughter of Alfred and Mary Jane Allen, aged 2 years, 2 months and 5 days.
Reported 18 Aug 1863:At her late residence in Bensalem, on First-day morning, the 2d of 8th month, Martha Allen, aged 71 years, 8 months and 26 days.
Reported 20 Oct 1863:In Middletown township, on the 10th inst., of consumption, Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin and Mary Allen, aged 17 years, 1 month and 15 days.
Reported 20 Oct 1863:In Middletown, on the 10th inst., after a lingering illness, Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin and Mary Allen, in the 18th year of her age. [apparently same person as above]
Reported 27 Oct 1863:In Middletown, township, on the 17th inst., Mary, wife of Benjamin Allen.
Reported 20 Dec 1864:In Plumstead, on the 11th inst., Thomas Allan [sic], aged about 70 years.
Reported 12 June 1866:Suddenly, on the morning of April 30th,at Burlington, N.J., Mr. Joseph E. Allen, aged 42 years and 3 months.[Obituary follows:"...well known...mercantile business at Bristol... won the respect and love of all... Episcopal Churchyard at Bristol...;" initials of "J.W.H." at bottom of obit]
Reported 7 Aug 1866:On the 1st inst., at the residence of his son-in-law, Nathan D. Roberts, in Bristol, Benjamin Allen, in the 74th year of his age.
In annual "Removals and Business Changes":
Reported 3 Apr 1866:William Allen removes from the farm he sold to Ellwood Carver, in Warrington, to the Newville Hotel property, where he will carry n the farming business.Mr. Allen has rented the hotel to Edward Bailey, of Jenkintown, who takes possession this week.Ellwood Carver removes to the place vacated by Mr. Allen the present week.
Published 26 Nov 1861:LECTURE ON THE WAR.W. H. ALLEN, President of Girard College, will deliver a Lecture in the M. E. Church, Doylestown, on FRIDAY EVENING, the TWENTY-NINTH of NOVEMBER, 1861, commencing at a quarter before 8 o'clock.Subject:THE WAR.Admittance - single tickets, 15 Cents, a Gentleman and Lady, 25 Cents.Tickets can be secured at the principal Hotels and Stores, and at the door.They had better be secured at once.Nov. 26.