Historic Homes in Doylestown, PA
Updated: Oct 2, 2022
George Lear's House & Carriage House, 1833 - Doylestown, PA
George Lear was a teacher, store clerk and also studied law. He was admitted to Bucks County bar in 1844 and the county’s Deputy Attorney General in 1848.
In 1865 Mr. Lear was appointed president of the Doylestown National Bank which he kept until his death. His son Henry was his successor.
Lear died at home in 1884 and is buried in the Doylestown cemetery.
Samuel Aaron, Doylestown, PA
Home of Samuel Aaron, pastor at the New Britain Baptist Church in the early 1830s. Mr. Aaron’s home was also reported to have had many hidden stairways and entrances, being part of the Underground Railroad. He was also manager of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Located at: 105 East State Street, Doylestown, PA
Henry Lloyd House 1877
This historic building in Doylestown was built in 1877. It has been turned into 5 luxury apartments and is currently for sale.