Board of Trustees

Bucks County Historical Society

The Bucks County Historical Society (BCHS), a private nonprofit organization, is a unique cultural and educational institution that operates the Mercer Museum and Library and Fonthill Castle. As the County Historical Society, it is charged with collecting, preserving and interpreting the rich history and culture of Bucks County and the Delaware Valley region. As the primary inheritor of the material and intellectual legacy of Henry C. Mercer, the BCHS is custodian of a regionally and nationally significant collection of tools and artifacts that illuminate the history of pre-industrial America to c. 1850.

The BCHS was founded in 1880 by General William Watts Hart Davis with several friends, including the 23-year-old Henry C. Mercer. The organization is now governed by a volunteer Board of men and women from the community who are committed to the legacy of Henry Mercer.

2018 Bucks County Historical Society Officers

Board ChairJohn R. Augenblick
Vice-ChairMaureen B. Carlton
Vice-ChairHeather A. Cevasco
TreasurerThomas Hebel
Secretary Richard D. Paynton, Jr.
Past ChairWilliam D. Maeglin

Board of Trustees

Debbie Andrews
Susan E. Fisher
David L. Franke
Elizabeth H. Gemmill
Christine Harrison
Linda B. Hodgdon
Susan E. Kane
Michael S. Keim
William D. Maeglin
Brian R. McLeod
Michelle A. Pederson
Kathleen Schea
William R. Schutt
John C. Spier
Tom Thomas
Rochelle Thompson
Anthony S. Volpe
Steven T. Wray

Executive Director

Kyle McKoy
Bucks County Historical Society
Mercer Museum
84 South Pine Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
215-345-0210, ext.134
Fax 215-230-0823

ROLLO'S FACTS

More than 60 Early American trades are represented in the Mercer Museum.
Rollo's Fact 6

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