5th Reunion, Friday August 17, 1917

Convenient to Lambertville-Trenton Trolley

Trolley Junction, Yardley, Pa. (New Hope/Lamberville, Newtown, Trenton) (Printed Card #49 Postmarked 1907 published by Linford R. Craven)The stone supports of the trolley bridge over Pidcock’s Creek are still visible as you look toward the Delaware.


Lambertville, N. J.

A reunion of the descendants of Johnathan Pidcock is planned to be held at Bowman’s Hill, AUG 17 1917

on PidcockCreek, two miles below New Hope, Pa., known at present as Neely’s Mills.

The spot may be reached by the Lambertville-Trenton trolley.

This place is chosen.because of its historical connections with the Pidcock family. It is the land which was settled by Jonnathan Pidcock. On account of these historical connections we urge all to be present by’ ten o’clock so that we may have an extra hour to visit the spots which are of interest–not only as being connected with the history of our family — but also on account of their Revolutionary fame.

One purpose of this reunion is to complete as far as possible the family history from 1698. The hearty cooperation of all descendants of Johnathan Pidcock is desired, and you are urgently requested to set apart this day and be present, also to pass the invitation to any others you may know, either by name or marriage. If anyone has any old records that would be of interest, kindly bring them.

Lunch cannot be procured on the grounds, so picnic lunches are in vogue for the day.

:Signed, L. R. STOUT,Secretary.

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