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Langhorne Historical Society

Model train exhibit at the Historic Langhorne Holiday House Tour.


Langhorne Presbyterian Church in the 1940's


The night a Langhorne House burned, 1944


Croasdale Store in Newtown and 2 South State Street


Langhorne Middletown High School



  • Bethlehem AME Church Cemetery Find a Grave
  • Friends Meeting House Cemetery Find a Grave
  • Langhorne Methodist Churchyard Find a Grave
  • Mount Olive Cemetery Find a Grave
  • Our Lady Of Grace Cemetery Find a Grave
  • Our Lady Of Grace Cemetery Interment
  • Our Lady of Sorrows Cemetery Find a Grave
  • Percent Photographed Middletown Friends Cemetery Find a Grave

Langhorne Genealogy - LDS -


Moving a Mansion Wednesday September 24, 1997 The Trentonian

The 98 year old Bracegirdle house was moved 350 feet to Pine Street, where the new owner plans to rent it as apartments


Eleanor Hoffman Bracegirdle of Levittown died on Friday, March 16, 2012 at Chandler Hall in Newtown, Pa. The loving matriarch of a grateful family, she lived to the age of 91.

Mrs. Bracegirdle, the daughter of Edward and Sara Hoffman, was born in Philadelphia, and graduated from Frankford High School in 1937.

In 1972, she began 34 years of dedicated service at the Langhorne Branch of the Bucks County Free Library, from which she retired in 2006.

Mrs. Bracegirdle was the beloved wife of Joseph Bracegirdle Jr. to whom she was married from 1943 until his death in 2003.


Abbott and Costello 1941

  Maple Ave., the main road from New York to San Francisco in 1922

What a "great" town, to grow up in.

Updated: August 21, 2021

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