Bucks County, Pennsylvania Deed Records, 1684-1763 - John David Davis. In 1681, William Penn was granted a charter by Charles II, giving him and his heirs a sparsely populated tract of land that would eventually become the state of Pennsylvania. Bucks County was created in 1682 as one of Pennsylvania's original three counties. Ten deed books are abstracted in this volume. A typical entry includes some or all of the following information: page number, date of transaction, name of grantor, occupation of the male grantor, place of residence of the grantor, name of grantee, occupation of male grantee, place of residence of grantee, sales price, area of land involved, location of land, neighbors, chain of deed, landmarks, signatures of grantors and witnesses, and the year that the deed was recorded. Entries are listed chronologically and an index of full names is included. (1997), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 528 pp.