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  1. History William Doyle's 18th Century Inn, founded at the intersection of the Philadelphia to Easton, and Swedsford to Coryell's Ferry roads, was the seed that bloomed into the town now known as Doylestown.

  2. Felix Robertson, Bucks County; Robert Wehir, Shamony, Bucks County; Robert A. Farmer, Esq., Birdsborough; Israel Childs, Buckingham. [3] A bill to erect Doylestown into a borough was introduced into Legislature in February 1830, but failed, as well as a second attempt in the session of 1832.

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  3. three log dwellings. Early settlers: Joseph Kirkbride, William Doyle, David Thomas, William Wells, Thomas Adams, Thomas Morris, John Marks, Hugh Edmund, Clement Doyles, William Beal, Joseph Burges, Nathaniel West, William Dungan, Solomon McLean, David Easton, and Edward Doyle, Christian

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  5. Borough cadastral map showing all buildings, lot lines/numbers, land subdivison names, and landowners' names. Hand colored to indicate extent of subdivisions. "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1874 by Samuel Geil in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington." LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, very brittle, fold-lined, torn at sheet edges/fold lines, missing small sections ...

  6. Map of Doylestown borough, Bucks County Pa. : from special surveys and other data, under the ... Borough cadastral map showing all buildings, lot lines/numbers, land subdivison names, and landowners' names. Hand colored to indicate extent of subdivisions. "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1874 by...

  7. Borough Council & Mayor Borough Council Boroughs are governed by an elected Council. In Doylestown Borough, this Council consists of nine members serving four (4) year terms. The Borough is divided into three Geographic Wards, each with three (3) Council Representatives. View the Ward Map here.