In the list of taxables in West Nantmeal, soon after the close of the Revolution, we find the name of "Baron Debillion."  His fill name is said to have been Jacob Francis Frederick Nugent, Baron de Beelen, but he signed himself Baron de Bellen Bertholf, and his place of residence "Head of little Brandywine".  HE was interested in botany, and obtained seeds and plants for cultivation from Humphrey Marshall.  Tradition says that he fled from his native land, and that his silverware, china and French -plate looking-glasses were the wonder and admiration of the residents for miles around his house near Cambridge.  His remittances ultimately failed, and his property passed into other hands.