|Death: ||Nov. 10, 1871|
History of Neshaminy Presbyterian Church of Warwick, Hartsville, Bucks County, PA. 1726 - 1876 by Rev. D. K. Turner. Interments, page 341
James Radcliff, son of John Radcliffe, was a native of Buckingham township, Bucks County. He was reared to farm pursuits and after his marriage settled upon a tract of land, continuing to engage in business along agricultural lines throughout his entire life. He bought the farm upon which Samuel Radcliff now resides, making the purchase in September 1829. There he carried on general farming and marketed his products in Philadelphia. ... "
" ... He married Margaret Flack and his death occurred November 10, 1876, he having long survived his wife who died in 1842. She was the daughter of Joseph and Euphemia Flack, representatives of Pioneer families of Bucks County.
To Mr and Mrs James Radcliff were born 6 children (names just 5):
Ellen, wife of Joseph L Sackett;
Elisha Smith, who became a resident of Jamison;
John T, a Carpenter;
Euphemia, married *Jane* (JOHN) W Doan;
Joseph F died in Childhood"
Source: "History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania : from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time.. by WWH Davis"
Margaret Flack Radcliff (1804 - 1843)*
Euphemia Radcliff Doan*
Joseph F. Radcliff (1839 - 1842)*
Plot: Section E, Row 11
Created by: L. M. Yerkes
Record added: Apr 10, 2010
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