The History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania from the Discovery of the Delaware to the Present Time by W. W. H. Davis, A.M., 1876 and 1905
Stephen Watts, the youngest son of the Reverend John Watts, and the fourth in descent from Gregory, married Elizabeth Melchior, born 1707, and died March 16, 1794. Mr. Watts was an influential man in the community and prominent in the Southampton Baptist church, of which he was a ruling elder for many years. The farm Stephen Watts purchased of Thomas Callowhill, in 1733, is still in the family, being held by Rodney A. Mercer, Esq., through his mother, a great-great-granddaughter of the said Stephen Watts.
The following were the children of Stephen and Elizabeth (Melchior) Watts:
Hannah Watts married, June 14, 1750, James Smith, of Philadelphia;
Arthur Watts (19), born October 29, 1733, died October 9, 1809, married Sarah Folwell;
Rachel Watts, born June 29, 1736, died November 11, 1765, married as first wife, her cousin John Watts;
Elizabeth Watts, born August 23, 1738, died August 22, 1824, married, May 29, 1764, Thomas Folwell, of Southampton, Bucks county, born October 7, 1737, died September 13, 1813, son of William Folwell by his wife Anne Potts;
Stephen Watts, born February 5, 1741, died in 1788, married Francis Assheton;
Sarah Watts, married ----Shaw.