|Last Name||First Name||M||Age||Date of Issue||Newpaper||Died||Location||Born||Family_1||Family_2||Information|
|AFFLERBACH||Martha||100||11/17/2005||Intelligencer||11/7/2005||Quakertown Bucks County PA||Trumbauersville||Jones||Martha Afflerbach of Quakertown died Monday, Nov. 7, 2005, in
Belle Haven Nursing Home, Quakertown. She was 100.
She was the wife of the late Floyd W. Afflerbach.
Born in Trumbauersville, she was the daughter of the late Wallace and Lillie (Rotenberger) Jones.
|ALAN||Cook, Jr.||74||6/23/2010||Main Line Media News||6/20/2010||Narberth, Pa||Riegelsville, Pa.||Fretz||Lippincott||Alan "Lanny" Cook, Jr., age 74, was pronounced dead Sunday, June 20, 2010 in his home in Narberth, Pa. He was born Sept. 4, 1936 in Riegelsville, Pa. A son of the late Alan Cook and Isabelle Fretz Lippincott. Mr. Cook was a member of St. John United Church of Christ, Riegelsville.|
|ALDEN||Mary||98||5/2/2010||Bucks County Courier Times||5/1/2010||California||Germantown PA||Sensender||Palin||Mary Spruance Alden, loving mother and patron of Quaker
traditions, passed away peacefully, Thursday, April 1, 2010, surrounded by
three generations of her family in Berkeley, Calif. She was 98.
Mary was born in Germantown, Pa. on March 26, 1912.
A lifelong member of Abington Friends Meeting, her remains rest in the family plot in the Meeting House burial grounds with her husband; her parents, Frank Palin and Helen Sensenderfer Spruance; and her brother F. Palin "Sonny") Spruance Jr.
Mary attended Abington Friends and Friends Central Schools.
|ALDERFER||Ruth||G||88||3/11/2002||The Intelligencer Record||3/8/2002||Souderton||Perkasie||Bishop||Gulick|
|ANDREASSEN||Ella||G||88||1/13/2005||Delaware Valley News||1/5/2005||Holland Township||Richmond Hill, Staten Island, NY||Roemer||Gleim||Daughter of the late William and Gertrude (Roemer) Gleim.|
|ARRIGO||Edith||80||11/2/2003||Intelligencer||10/31/2003||Quakertown||Locksbottom, Farmborough, Kent, England,||Hillman||Dabner||Edith Arrigo of Quakertown, formerly of Nockamixon Township,
died Friday, Oct. 31, 2003, at St. Luke's Quakertown Hospital. She was
She was the beloved wife of Nicholas A. Arrigo. They had celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary in March 2003.
Born Jan. 11, 1923 in Locksbottom, Farmborough, Kent, England, she was the daughter of the late Alfred and Leonore (Hillman) Dabner.
|AUER||Elmer (Ike)||78||8/24/2006||Intelligencer||8/23/2006||Lehigh Township||Quakertown PA||Erb||Interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va., at a later date. Survived by son and daughter.|
|BAIR||Kathryn||S||6/6/2003||The Intelligencer||6/3/2003||Doylestown||New Hope||Sellers||Scarborough||daughter of the late Andrew and Mary Sellers Scarborough|
|BARNDT||Robert||R||81||12/20/2007||Bucks County Herald||12/7/2007||Quakertown PA||Quakertown PA||Lapp||Shelly||Born in Quakertown, he was the son of the late A. Paul and Grace H. (Shelly) Barndt. U.S. Army during WWII, Quakertown HS, class of 1946|
|BAUM||Anna Mary||102||4/28/2010||Intelligencer||4/25/2010||Lansdale Montgomery County PA||Hilltown Bucks County PA||Shaddinger||Anna Mary Baum of Lansdale, formerly of Hilltown Township, went
home to be with her Lord Sunday, April 25, 2010, at Dock Terrace. She was
She was born in Hilltown and was the daughter of the late Harvey and Mary (Shaddinger) Baum. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Rachel Rosenberger and May Tice; four brothers, Charles, Harold, Wilmer and Alfred Baum; and three nephews, Harold, Alvin and Willard Rosenberger.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, April 30, at Anders-Detweiler Funeral Home & Crematory, 130 E. Broad St., Souderton, PA, where friends may meet with the family from 10 to 11 a.m. Burial will take place at Deep Run Mennonite Cemetery West in Perkasie.
Memorial contributions may be made to Dock Woods Community Foundation, Attention: J. Vincent, 275 Dock Dr., Lansdale, PA 19446. Anders-Detweiler Funeral Home,
Anna graduated from Hilltown High School, Class of 1926.
|BEAN||George||W||83||The Intelligencer||7/23/2006||Doylestown Twp||Washington DC||Trew||George W. Bean Jr. of Ottsville, Pa., died Sunday, July 23,
2006, in Pine Run Health Center, Doylestown Township, where he had resided
for nearly the past four years. He was 83.
He was the husband of the former Martha Morris. The couple celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary in May 2006.
Born May 12, 1923, in Washington, D.C., he was a son of the late George and Almira Trew Bean Sr.
|BECKER||John||M||92||7/28/2009||Intelligencer||7/25/2009||Hatboro Montgomery County PA||John M. Becker, a resident of Hatboro-Horsham for more than 60
years, passed away Saturday, July 25, 2009. He was 92.
He was the beloved husband of Leah Ruth Becker; and dear brother of Agnes Norup and the late Cuthbert Becker.
John proudly served our country in the U.S. Army during World War II.
|BEHM||George||85||9/22/2005||Bucks County Herald - Intelligencer||9/17/2005||Hellertown Montgomery County||Nockamixon||Sweitzer||Formerly of Ottsville, husband of Ruth Pursell Behm. Born in Nockamixon, son of the late charles and Mary Sweitzer Behm. Member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Ferndale. A Mason.|
|BEHM||Louis||86||9/4/2005||Bucks County Herald, Intelligencer||9/2/2005||Easton Northampton County||Bucksville Nockamixon Township Bucks County||Sweitzer||Louis Behm of Easton, formerly of Kintnersville, died Friday,
Sept. 2, 2005, at his home. He was 86.
He and his wife, the former Bernice G. Bougher, celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary on June 24.
Born Nov. 20, 1918 in Bucksville, he was a son of the late Charles and Mary Sweitzer Behm.
|BEHM||Louis||86||9/8/2005||Bucks County Herald||9/2/2005||Easton||Bucksville Bucks County PA||Sweitzer||Bougher||Member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Ferndale. Son of the late Charles and Mary Sweitzer Behm. Celebrated 66th wedding anniversary June 24, 2005.|
|BENNER||Eleanor||C.||92||7/24/2003||The Free Press||7/18/2003||Quakertown||Philadelphia||Banford||Cooper||Daughter of the late George E. and Jane (Banford) Cooper|
|BENNER||Lizzie||News Herald||3/30/1938||Souderton||Montgomery County||Derstine||Detweiler|
|BENNER||DALE||K||61||4/22/2004||The Free Press||4/14/2004||Philadelphia||Quakertown||Slotter||Services were held for Dale K. “ Peanuts” Benner, 61, of
Richlandtown, who passed away on Apr. 14, 2004 in Chestnut Hill Hospital,
Born in Quakertown he was a son of Robert W. Benner of Richlandtown and the late Melba V. (Slotter) Benner.
|BENNER||Irma||A||1/17/2002||The Free Press||1/8/2002||Allentown PA||Coopersburg|
|BENNER||Dorothy||A||87||6/8/2006||Quakertown Free Press||5/26/2006||Geryville||Rothrock||Wimmer||Dorothy A. Benner, 87, of Trexlertown, formerly of Quakertown, died Friday, May 26, 2006. Born in Geryville, she was the daughter of the late Jacob and Bessie (Rothrock) Wimmer.|
|BENNER||Irma||A||1/10/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/8/2002||Allentown|
|BENNER||Matilda||S||News Herald||6/26/1936||Silverdale PA||Wismer|
|BENNER||Virginia||C.||80||11/20/2003||Bucks County Herald||11/13/2003||Quakertown PA||Perkasie||Krout||Peters||She was the wife of the late Wayne H. Benner. She was born in Perkasie, she was the daughter of the late Arthur F. and Ursula (Krout) Peters.|
|BENNER||Ethel||M||News Herald||8/19/1998||Blooming Glen||Weaver|
|BENNER||Robert||Wesley||News Herald||12/12/1999||Philadelphia||Allentown PA|
|BENNER||Clifford||Y||News Herald||8/6/2001||Hilltown Township||Hilltown Township||Diehl|
|BENNER||Fanny||1/10/1964||Delaware Valley Advance||12/30/1963||Hulmeville||Philadelphia||White||Osmond||Wife of Linfred C. Benner|
|BERGER||Marie||E||87||4/28/2005||Intelligencer||4/26/2005||Feb. 1, 1918||Reinhard||Moyer||Marie E. Berger, formerly of Springtown and Nockamixon Township,
died Tuesday in St. Luke's Hospital in Fountain Hill. She was 87.
She and her husband, Harold, who died in 1995, owned and operated a dairy farm in Nockamixon Township.
Born Feb. 1, 1918, in Vera Cruz, she was a daughter of the late Clarence and Anna Moyer Reinhard.
|BICKEL||Anna||Kathstein||88||6/9/2005||Delaware Valley News||5/5/2005||Tucson Arizona||She lived in St. Augustine FL for 25 years and more recently for 60 years in Bucks County PA. She is preceded in death by her husband of 67 years William Cleveland Bickel. She worked to help preserve the one-room schools and small churches in Tinicum Township .|
|BICKEL||William||C||90||12/7/2003||Intelligencer||12/1/2003||St. Augustine FL||Tinicum|
|BIDDINGTON||Emily||C||93||4/22/2010||Intelligencer||4/21/2010||New Hope Bucks County PA||Wichterman||Emily C. (Wichterman) Biddington, formerly of Andalusia, died
Wednesday April 21, 2010, at her residence in New Hope. She was 93.
Emily was a sales clerk for Sears, Roebuck and Company retiring after more than 30 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her graveside services at 1 p.m. Friday in George Washington Memorial Park, Stenton Ave. and Butler Pike, Plymouth Meeting.
Memorials in Mrs. Biddington's name may be made to Doylestown Hospital, 595 W. State Street, Doylestown, Pa 18901, attention Hospice. Tomlinson Funeral Home,
She enjoyed reading crossword puzzles and cryptograms.
|BINSBERGER||Bessie||C||90||3/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||3/14/2005||Richlandtown Bucks County PA||Hilltown Township Bucks County PA||OVERHOLT||Cope||Bessie C. Binsberger, formerly of Hilltown Township, died March 14 in Phoebe Richland Health Care Center, Richlandtown. She was 90 She was the wife of Mathias Binsberger, who died in 2000, and Robert T. Hendricks who died in 1950. Born in Hilltown Towsnship, she was the daughter of the late Harvey and Mary Ann OVERHOLT Cope.|
|BINSBERGER||Bessie||C||90||3/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||3/14/2005||Richlandtown, Bucks, PA||Hilltown||Overhold||Cope||Bessie C. Binsberger, formerly of Hilltown Township, died March 14, in Phoebe Richland Health Care Center, Richlandtown. She was the wife of Mathias Binsberger, who died in 2000, and Robert T. Hendricks, who died in 1950. Interment was in Trinity evangelical Lutheran Cemetery, Perkasie|
|BISHOP||Merrill||C||87||7/17/2003||Bucks County Herald||7/9/2003||Plumsteadville||Dublin Bucks County PA||Youells||Crouthamel||Born in Dublin, he was the son of the late Pearson M. and Gertrude Crouthamel Bishop|
|BISHOP||Clara||5/2/2001||News Herald||4/28/2001||Plumstead Township||Plumstead Township||Hein||Bishop|
|BODINE||Grover||88||6/10/2004||Hunterdon County Democrat||6/6/2004||Raritan Township NJ||Ringoes||Hampton||Born in Ringoes to Grover C. and Agnes Hampton Bodine. He graduated from Flemington High School in 1934.Mr. Bodine was a World War II veteran of the Navy. His wife, Kathryn Holcombe Bodine, died in 1975.|
|BOND||Mary||S||45||4/14/1870||Newtown Enterprise||3/28/1870||Warminster||Wife of Charles Bond|
|BONSALL||Eliza||3/24/1870||Newtown Enterprise||3/19/1870||Philadelphia||w/o Thomas Bonsall of Philadelphia|
|BOYD||Albert||L||92||2/27/2004||The Free Press||2/20/2004||Richland Township||Husband of the late Ellen Naomi (Trimmer) Boyd. He was an avid banjo collector.|
|BOYER||Richard||C.||6/27/2001||News Herald||6/19/2001||Hatfield||New Britain Township||Leatherman|
|BRUCKER||Edna||M||84||11/8/2000||News Herald||11/3/2000||Perkasie||Perkasie||Hunsicker||Reichley||Wife of the late Richard A. Brucker, who died July 12, 1973|
|BUCKMAN||J.||Hibbs||91||8/18/2005||The Advance of Bucks County||8/12/2005||Holland Northampton Twp||Langhorne||Hibbs||Forster||Mr. Buckman was the son of the late J. Hibbs and Elsa Forster Buckman and husband of the late Mary Marr Buckman.|
|BUCKMAN||J. Hibbs||91||8/14/2005||Bucks County Courier Times||8/14/2005||Holland PA||Langhorne Bucks County PA||Forster||Marr||J. Hibbs Buckman, Jr., age 91, a life long Langhorne resident, Mr. Buckman is the son of the late J. Hibbs and Elsa Forster Buckman; and husband of the late Mary Marr Buckman.|
|BUTLER||Bettie||H||81||11/27/2005||Bucks County Herald, Intelligencer||11/25/2005||Richlandtown Bucks County PA||Richland Township Bucks County||Painter||Heuckeroth||St. Peter's (Tohickon) United Church of Christ, Weisel, Pa.She
was the wife of Harry A. Butler. The couple celebrated their 56th wedding
anniversary on Feb. 19, 2005.
Born in Richland Township, she was the daughter of the late William and Lillian (Painter) Heuckeroth. She was a 1942 graduate of Quakertown High School.
|BUZBY SR||Ernest||C||81||12/8/2005||Bucks County Herald||12/2/2005||Fountain Hill Northampton PA||Springhouse||Ernest c. Buzby Sr. of hilltown Township, died Dec. 02, in St.
Luke's hospital, Foumntain Hill. He
was 81. He was the husband of florence
M. Buzby. The couple had celebrated 55
years of marriage in September.
Son of the late harry K. and Minnesota Buzby. Member of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hilltown. Former member of the reading Railroad Retirees Association and a member of VFW.
|CADWALLADER||James||R.||87||12/20/2007||Bucks County Herald||12/7/2007||Warrington PA||Warrington PA||Perry||Born and raised in Warrington, he was the son of the late James Sr. and Estelle (Perry) Cadwallader. Graduate of Doylestown HS. Survived by a brother Richard.|
|CARVER||Joseph||77||4/7/1870||Newtown Enterprise||4/4/1870||Phila||at res/o s in Phila., Joseph Carver, Sr., form/o Bucks Co.|
|CASSIDY||Michael||J||79||1/1/1964||Delaware Valley Advance||12/23/1963||Langhorne||Bordentown NJ||Keckoughtan||Degnan||Our Lady of Grace Church, Penndel buried in the New Cathedral Cemetery Philadelphia|
|CHAPMAN||Marilyn||Irene||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/19/2001||Perkasie||Fort Worth, TX||Winters|
|CHAVAR||Joseph||E||74||4/20/2011||Morning Call||4/17/2011||Durham||Fountain Hill, Williams Twp PA||Tollarovich||Joseph E. Joe Chavar, 74, of Durham Township, Pa, died Sunday, April 17, 2011 in St. Lukes Hospital, Fountain Hill. Born March 22, 1937 in Williams Township, he was a son of the late Anthony and Mary Tollarovich Chavar. Joe is survived by his wife of twenty-five years, the former Frances L. Weaver. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Nancy Lehr, four brothers, Mark, Samuel, John and Frank and a sister, Mary Killar. Burial will be in Riegelsville Union Cemetery|
|CHEVALIER||Meda||I||88||12/21/2004||Intelligencer||12/20/2004||Tinicum||Tinicum||Bickel||Krial||Meda I. Chevalier, a lifelong resident of Tinicum Township, died
Monday, Dec. 20, 2004, at her home. She was 88.
She was the wife of 66 years to Charles D. Chevalier.
|CHEVALIER||Meda||I||88||12/21/2004||Intelligencer||12/20/2004||Tinicum Bucks County PA||Tinicum Bucks County PA||Bickel||Krial||Meda I. Chevalier, a lifelong resident of Tinicum Township, died
Monday, Dec. 20, 2004, at her home. She was 88.
She was the wife of 66 years to Charles D. Chevalier.
Born in Tinicum Township on Feb. 14, 1916, she was a daughter of the late John and Mary (Bickel) Krial.
|CHITTICK||Isabella||3/31/1870||Newtown Enterprise||Feasterville||Date of death: Sat. last. d/o late ? & Rachel Chittick of Southampton|
|CHRISTMAN||Frederick||E.||85||3/16/2008||Phillyburbs||3/12/2008||Ferndale Nockamixon Bucks County||Ludwigshafen Germany||Anton||Born Nov. 24, 1922, in Ludwigshafen, Germany, he was a son of
the late Valentine and Elisabeth Anton Christman.
Mr. Christman was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II.
|CICCHINO||Nicholas "Pickles"||Delaware Valley News||7/30/2007||WEST AMWELL TWP.||Lambertville||DeSalvi||Abraitys||Born and raised in Lambertville, he was a son of Theodore
Cicchino and Rose DiSalvi Abraitys.
He moved to West Amwell in 1963.
Nick was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and a graduate of Lambertville High School Class of 1948 where he had served as Vice President of its Alumni Association for many years. He was a member of the South Hunterdon Regional High School Football Booster Club and from the late 1950's through the late 1990's he assisted the football coaching staff of South Hunterdon as its team trainer.
He served in the Army, attaining the rank of corporal, during the Korean War and for more than 50 years he was a member of the Toscanni American Legion Post and the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Lambertville.
|CLARK||Verna||86||1/13/2005||Delaware Valley News||1/8/2005||Holland Twp, NJ||Pohatcong Twp, NJ||Lippincot||Shaffer||Daughter of the late Jonas and Florence (Lippincott) Shaffer|
|CLARK||Dorothy||Keyser||85||3/3/2005||Bucks County Herald||2/14/2005||Newtown Bucks County PA||Holicong||Mayer||Keyser||Born I Holicong, Mrs. Clark had been a lifelong resident of Bucks Conty. Daughter of the Late Jonathan Randall and Carolyn Mayer Keyser. Wife of Arthur Y. Clark for 45 years.|
|CLEMENS||Mae||K||85||3/28/2004||Intelligencer||3/26/2004||Hellertown Northampton County PA||Ottsville Tinicum Bucks County PA||Kimenhour||White||Mae K. Clemens, formerly of Riegelsville, died Friday, March 26,
2004, in Mary Ellen Convalescent Home, Hellertown, where she had been a
resident for nearly three years. She was 85.
She was the wife of Frank Clemens Jr., who preceded her in death in 2003.
Born in Ottsville on May 8, 1918, she was a daughter of the late Jacob and Estella White Kimenhour.
|CLUCK||M.||Susan||4/11/2001||News Herald||3/22/2001||Aix-en_Provence France||Abington||Fink|
|CONARD||Isabel||96||8/19/2005||Intelligencer||8/17/2005||Mount Pleasant SC||Southampton||Hogeland||She was the wife of the late Lloyd I. Conard. Isabel was raised on her family's farm in Southampton.In addition to her husband, Isabel was preceded in death by her brother, Newlin, and her sisters, Frances and Elizabeth.|
|CONRAD||William||80||3/16/2004||Intelligencer||3/14/2004||Revere||Upper Black Eddy||Goetz||William Conrad of Revere died Sunday, March 14, 2004, in his
home. He was 80.
His wife, the former Gladys Gross, died in 1989.
Born March 31, 1923, in Upper Black Eddy, he was the son of the late Otto and Margaret Goetz Conrad.
|CORNELIUS||Donald||R.||6/20/2001||News Herald||6/14/2001||Bayville, NJ||Souderton||Musselman|
|CORNELL||Roy||W||1/8/2004||Bucks County Herald||1/1/2004||Montgomery County||Abington||State Representative 152 nd Legislative District|
|COX||Alita||S||82||Bristol Courier||5/30/2002||Bristol Boro||Bristol||Wife of the late Vicent Cox, she is survived by 1 daughter|
|COX||George||L||92||5/26/2005||Lambertville Beacon||5/18/2005||Lambertville Hunterdon County NJ||Lambertville Hunterdon County NJ||Holcombe||DeGianne||Retired from Borden Castena Dairy in Trenton. Member of St. Mark United Methodist Church in Hamilton. He was the widower of Florence E. Cox, who died May 14, 2005. He was predeceased by a brother, J. Holcombe Cox and a sister, Margaret DeGianni.|
|CRESSMAN||Norman||L||76||10/16/2003||The Free Press||10/12/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Frank||Born in Quakertown, he was the son of the late George L. and Florence M. (Frank) Cressman.|
|CRONCE||Alverna||P||80||12/7/2003||Intelligencer||12/3/2003||Raritan Township NJ||Upper Black Eddy Bucks County||Mills||Pursell||Lived in Alexandria Tkwp NJ for more than 60 years.|
|DANIEL||Verna||M||84||2/15/2004||Intelligencer||2/13/2004||Pipersville||Pipersville||Nonamaker||Swartz||Verna M. Daniel of Pipersville died Friday, Feb. 13, 2004, at
Pine Run Lake View Assisted Living, Doylestown, where she had been a resident
since 1999. She was 84.
Born in Pipersville, she was a daughter of the late Samuel and Fannie (Nonamaker) Swartz. Growing up in Pipersville, she attended Groveland School.
|DERR||Willard||Byard||92||2/27/2004||The Free Press||2/21/2004||Quakertown||Bethlehem||Snyder||Prior to retiring in 1974 he was employed by H.W. Kuhn in Telford. He was a past president for the Quakertown School District PTA.|
|DERSTINE||W||Howard||94||12/14/2004||Intelligencer||4/3/2003||Souderton Franconia Township Montgomery County||Haycock Township Bucks County||Bishop||W. Howard Derstine, formerly of Silverdale, died Thursday, April
3, 2003, in Souderton Mennonite Homes, Franconia Township, Montgomery County.
He was 94.
He was the husband of Helen M. (Bishop) Derstine. The couple had celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary on June 14, 2002.
Born in Haycock Township, he was the son of the late Isaac D. and Nellie (Swope) Derstine.
|DESOUSA||Grace||85||The Intelligencer||7/25/2006||Durham||Horne||Durns||Grace DeSousa
She was the wife of the late John DeSousa Jr. for 55 years, until his death in 2001.
Born in Durham, Pa., on June 22, 1921, she was the daughter of the late Arthur and Mildred Horne Durns.
After graduating from Nockamixon High School in 1938, Mrs. DeSousa worked as a seamstress and also as a waitress at the former WaWa Diner in Riegelsville.
|DEXHEIMER||Victor||84||9/6/2010||Bucks County Herald||6/6/2010||Tinicum||Bloomsbury NJ||Matthenius||Victor “Sonny” Dexheimer Jr., 84, of Tinicum Township, passed
away June 6 at his home.
Born Nov. 6, 1925, in Bloomsbury, N.J., Victor was a lifelong resident of Tinicum Township. He served in the U.S. Navy and was a veteran of World War II. He worked as an oil burner technician at Stem Brothers, Inc. in Milford, N.J.,
|DIETRICH||Catherine||A.||6/20/2001||News Herald||6/10/2001||Milford Township||Piszczek||Zedph|
|DIETZ||Sadie||93||7/18/2002||The Free Press||7/13/2002||Quakertown||Quakertown||Rotenberger||Member of East Swamp mennonite Church|
|DILLON||Joseph||E||90||2/4/2004||Intelligencer||2/2/2004||Souderton||Souderton||Gallagher||Fehl||Joseph E. Dillon of Perkasie died Monday, Feb. 2, 2004, at his
home. He was 90.
He was the husband of Emily B. (Fehl) Dillon, who died Nov. 18, 1995.
Born in Souderton, he was the son of the late Joseph Edward Jr. and Elizabeth (Gallagher) Dillon.
|DISALVI||Raymond||90||9/6/2010||Bucks County Herald||5/19/2010||Lambertville, Hunterdon, NJ||Raymond “Butch” DiSalvi, 90, died May 19 at his home.
A lifelong resident of Lambertville, N.J., Butch was a member of St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church. He retired from the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1979 after 42 years
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church. Burial followed in the Holcombe-Riverview Cemetery, Delaware Township.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lambertville-New Hope Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 237 Lambertville, NJ 08530, or the Lambertville Police Benevolent Association, 349 N. Main St., Lambertville NJ 08530.
|DISE||Susanna||12/26/1903||Town and Country Newspaper||Kumry Bucks County||Weikert||Mrs. Susanna DISE, nee WEIKERT, wife of James DISE, of Kumry,
died on Saturday. She is survived by her husband, three sons and one daughter,
Henry and Howard, of Kumry, and Horace, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Sarah
MILLER, of Klinesville and the following brother and sisters: Jacob WEIKERT, of
Kumry, and John WEIKERT, of Allentown; Mrs. Katie LONG, of Quakertown, and Mrs.
Henry SHADE, of Allentown.
|DRAPEAU||Martha||Carlen||88||11/5/2005||Intelligencer||11/9/2005||Doylestown PA||Doylestown PA||Hambleton||Martha Carlen Drapeau of Doylestown died Wednesday, Nov. 9,
2005, at Neshaminy Manor. She was 88.
She was the loving wife of Robert F. Drapeau, who died in 1997.
Born in Doylestown, she was the daughter of the late Bernard S. and Myra Hambleton Carlen.
|DUNGAN||Asher||83||1/22/1895||Allentown||1/20/1895||Doylestown||by a neighbor, Philip Wodock|
|DURN||Esther||M||97||12/4/2003||The Free Press||11/23/2003||Quakertown||Rosedale Bucks County PA||Mease||Wentz||Born in Rosedale, Bucks County, she was the daughter of the late Homer S. and Lilly (Mease) Wentz|
|EICHLIN||Wm||Ralph||87||8/3/2003||The Intelligencer||8/1/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Haney||Carney||Husband of Marjorie Ann (Carney) Eichlin, who died in December 1973|
|EICHLIN||Wm.||Ralph||87||8/7/2003||The Free Press||8/1/2003||Quakertown||Bursonville Springfield Township||Haney||He was predeceased by his wife, the late Marjorie Ann (Carney) Eichlin.He was the son of the late William and Alice (Haney) Eichlin.|
|EICHLIN||LeRoy||92||8/21/2003||The Free Press||8/14/2003||Bedminster||Bursonville||Streapy||Haney||Born in Bursonville, he was the son of the late William and Alice (Haney) Eichlin.|
|EICHLIN||Anna||V||89||6/17/2005||Intelligencer||6/15/2005||Ottsville Tinicum Bucks County PA||New York, NY||Milz||Anna V. Eichlin died Wednesday, June 15, 2005, in her home in
Ottsville. She was 89.
She was the beloved wife of Frank D. Eichlin, who died in December 1977.
Born Oct. 7, 1915, in New York, N.Y., she was a daughter of the late Henry and Marie Milz.
Anna liked gardening and was especially fond of African violets and geraniums. She also enjoyed embroidery and crocheting. She was a member of the Red Hill senior citizens group in Ottsville.
|EICHLIN||Harold||W||76||2/9/2004||Intelligencer||2/7/2004||Horsham Montgomery County PA||Blooming Glen Bucks County PA||Lewis||Faulkner||Harold W. Eichlin of Horsham died suddenly Saturday, Feb. 7,
2004, in Abington Memorial Hospital. He was 76.
He was the beloved husband of Florence (Lewis) Eichlin. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Melva R. (Faulkner) Eichlin.
Born in Blooming Glen, he was a son of the late Charles and Edna (Clymer) Eichlin.
|ELY||Marion||95||7/31/2009||Intelligencer||7/18/2009||Doylestown Bucks County PA||Wismer Bucks County PA||Zarka||Marion (Zarka) Ely of Homosassa, Fla., formerly of Doylestown,
passed away Saturday, July 18, 2009. She was 95.
Marion was the wife of the late Paul Ely, who died in 2000. They were married for 64 years.
Born in Wismer, she was the daughter of the late Stephen and Victoria Zarka.
|EMMONS||Floyd||Shaw||94||5/9/2002||Delaware Valley News||4/23/2002||Maine||Kingwood Twp, Hunterdon County NJ||Shaw||Nevins||son of George and Rosa Mae Shaw Emmons.|
|ENGEL||Marion||T||92||4/20/2010||Intelligencer||4/19/2010||Marion T. (Turner) Engel passed away Monday, April 19, 2010. She
She was the beloved wife of the late Walter S. Engel.
Marion was an avid bowler.
Relatives and friends are invited to call from 10 a.m. Thursday, April 22, at Kirk & Nice Suburban Chapel, 333 County Line Road, Feasterville, where her funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Marion's name may be made to United Methodist Church of the Good Shepherd, 10901 Calera Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154. Kirk & Nice Surburban Chapel,
April 20, 2010 2:57 AM
|ERB||Russell||E||6/13/2001||News Herald||6/5/2001||Hatfield Township||Sellersville||Ziegler|
|FAIR||Norman||F||83||4/5/2004||Intelligencer||4/4/2004||Doylestown PA||Ferndale Nockamixon Twp Bucks County||Krial||Litschauer||Norman F. Fair of Ferndale died Sunday, April 4, 2004, in
Doylestown Hospital. He was 83.
He was the husband of Viola L. (Litschauer) Fair. The couple celebrated their 58-year wedding anniversary in November 2003.
Born Feb. 16, 1921 in Ferndale, he was a son of the late Harvey and Edna Krial Fair.
|FAIR||Norman||F||83||4/6/2004||Intelligencer||4/4/2004||Ferndale||Ferndale||Krial||Norman F. Fair of Ferndale died Sunday, April 4, 2004, in Doylestown Hospital. He was 83. He was the husband of Viola L. (Litschauer) Fair. The couple celebrated their 58-year wedding anniversary in November 2003. Born Feb. 16, 1921 in Ferndale, he was a son of the late Harvey and Edna Krial Fair.|
|FELL||Eleanor||R||93||6/4/2010||Intelligencer||6/1/2010||Trevose, Bucks, PA||Trevose, Bucks, PA||Alcorn||Vansant||Eleanor R. Fell
Bucks County Courier Times Eleanor Ruth (Atkinson) Fell of Trevose died Tuesday, June 1, 2010, at St.
Mary Medical Center. She was 93.
Born March 20, 1917, in Trevose, she was the daughter of the late Mabel
(Alcorn) and Charles Vansant Atkinson.
She graduated in 1936 from Coal Township High School in Shamokin, Pa. In 1940, Eleanor completed the Frankford Hospital nursing program in Philadelphia, where she served as a registered nurse.
On July 26, 1941, she married William Fell, who preceded her in death in 2002.
|FELL||Byron||M||64||Death Notices||5/16/1937||Philadelphia||Buckingham||Foster||Dr. Byron M., leaves widow, Mrs. Florence G. Fell|
|FELLER||Elemina||78||Death Notices||5/22/1937||Keller's Church PA||Widow of Jacob.|
|FIDLER||Allen||R||91||8/18/2005||The Advance of Bucks County||7/31/2005||Holland Northampton Twp||Reading Berks County PA||He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Margaret.|
|FIELD||Domenico||Death Notices||3/25/1937||Bristol||DiNicola||leves widow, Mrs. Felicia Field|
|FIELDS||Estella||61||Death Notices||5/6/1937||Philadelphia||Widow of Rudolph|
|FISHER||William||W||42||Death Notices||5/6/1937||Solebury||Kingwood NJ||Leaves wife, Mrs. Mary J. Fisher and sister, Mrs. Laura Williams, Trenton NJ|
|FLEMING||Linford||R||87||8/11/2009||Bucks County Courier Times||8/8/2009||Kutztown PA||Wycombe Bucks County PA||Carver||He was the husband of Cora G. L. (German) Fleming. They
celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary on June 30.
Born in Wycombe, he was a son of the late William and Elsie (Carver) Fleming.
He was a plant mechanic for MOPAC in Wrightstown, Pa., before retiring in 1986. Prior to that, he was a machinist for his father in their family business.
He was a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran of World War II.
|FLOWERS||J||Pierce||70||unknown||Monroe L. Lynn of Bethlehem received a letter today telling
of the sudden death of J. Pierce Flowers, probably the best
known tobacco salesman in Eastern Pa., at his home in
Langhorne, near Philadelphia. Mr. Pierce was Eastern representative of Lovell
&Buffington of Covington, Ky. About 70 years of age he had
been a salesman for more than half a century. Mr. Flowers was
very well known by tobacco dealers and citizens of these towns.
He will be buried Saturday afternoon.
|FLUCK||Mildred||A||85||7/24/2003||The Free Press||7/15/2003||Quakertown||Trumbauersville||Ackerman||Bortz||64th wedding anniversary, daughter of the late Franklin and Bertha (Ackerman) Bortz|
|FLUCK||J||Edward||70||Death Notices||4/29/1937||Quakertown||Hilltown Township||Heffner||Jarrett||s. of John and Catherine Heffner Fluck. Leaves widow, Mrs. Eva Jarrett Fluck.|
|FLUCK||Charles||E||91||8/26/2005||Bucks County Herald||8/20/2005||East Rockhill Bucks County PA||Bedminster Twp Bucks County PA||Glasing||He was the husband of Sara Fluck, who died June 23, 1981. Born in Bedminster Township, he was the son of the llate John and Mamie Fluck and the stepson of the late Mary Glasing Fluck. He was a member of St. Peter's (Tohickon) United Church of Christ in weisel.|
|FLY||Maurice||L.||6/27/2001||News Herald||6/20/2001||Hilltown Township||Sellersville||Landis|
|FOELLNER||Harold||O||86||10/1/2007||Intelligencer||10/11/2007||Doylestown Bucks County||Bucks County||Transue||He was the husband of Anna Foellner, who passed away in
Born in Bucks County, he was the son of the late Ernest and Mable Transue Foellner.
Harold graduated from Nockamixon High School in 1939 and had worked for Hanover Foods.
|FONASH||Theodore||J||66||Death Notices||3/29/1937||Chestnut Hill Pa||Point Pleasant||Harvey||s. of Late John Fonash|
|FOULKE||Linford||91||5/13/2004||The Free Press||5/4/2004||Genesee Potter County||Quakertown||Gerhart||Wolfe||Services were held for Linford “ Linny” Foulke, Jr., 91, of
Genesee, Potter Co., formerly of Quakertown who passed away May 4, 2004 in
Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport.
He was the husband of the late Marguerite S. (Wolfe) Foulke.
Born in Quakertown he was the son of the late Linford and Mary (Gerhart) Foulke.
|FRANK||Hulda||78||5/28/1971||Delaware Valley Advance||Kerker||wife of William Frank|
|FRANK||Ruth||B||85||9/21/1979||Bucks County Courier Times||w. of William B.|
|FRANK||Walter||73||3/4/1984||Bucks County Courier Times||f. of James, Bruce, Walter|
|FRANK||William||Francis||69||3/17/1989||Bucks County Courier Times||3/15/1989||Walsh||w. of late Ruth (nee Walsh)|
|FRANK||Robert||R||75||4/11/1984||Bucks County Courier Times||h. of Freda P. Holiday|
|FRANK||Marie||69||9/25/1974||Bucks County Courier Times||w. of Albert|
|FRANK||Bertha||S||94||5/25/1988||News Herald||w. of Wilson J. m. of Blanche Martley|
|FRANK||Carl||65||11/16/1980||Bucks County Courier Times||Benner||h. of Francis Benner|
|FRANK||James||L||8/30/1984||Delaware Valley Advance||h. of Barbara Cuthrell, Lila King|
|FRANK||Madeline||83||12/21/1983||Bucks County Courier Times||East Orange NJ||m. of Floyd|
|FRANK||Anna||E||85||5/16/1983||Bucks County Courier Times||born in Ohio|
|FRANK||Lillian||P||74||8/9/1984||Bucks County Courier Times||Hall||w. of Michael|
|FRANK||Alberta||Carpenter||68||2/19/1974||Bucks County Courier Times|
|FRANK||Jeanne||O||60||8/13/1987||Bucks County Courier Times||w. of John|
|FRANK||John||J||51||10/23/1975||Bucks County Courier Times||h. of Lauro Doto|
|FRANKE||Honora||Death Notices||4/15/1937||Bristol||Ireland||wife of William, Sr.|
|FRANTZ||Grace||E||82||8/21/2003||The Free Press||8/17/2003||Richlandtown||Quakertown||Reitenauer||Sames||Widow of Orville K. Frantz|
|FREED||C.||William||87||6/16/2008||Intelligencer||6/5/2008||Quakertown||Quakertown||Fluck||C. William Freed Jr. of Quakertown died Thursday, June 5, 2008,
in Alterra Clare Bridge, Dublin. He was 87.
He was the husband of Carol Ann (Kichman) Freed for almost 32 years.
Born in Quakertown, he was the son of the late C. William and Jeanette (Fluck) Freed.
He was a well-known attorney in the Quakertown area for 53 years, before retiring in 2003. Mr. Freed graduated from Quakertown High School, Class of 1938, Lehigh University, Class of 1942 and University of Pennsylvania, Class of 1945.
|FRESH||Helen||A||85||5/18/2006||Bucks County Herald||5/14/2006||Sellersville Bucks County PA||Hagersville Bucks County PA||Butcher|
|FRETZ||Rebecca||77||Death Notices||3/15/1937||Doylestown||Plumstead Township||Wismer||daugh. of Joseph L. and Mary Wismer. Leaves bros., Michael Wismer, Doylestown; David Wismer, Richlandtown, PA|
|FRICK||Robert||S||85||9/11/2003||Bucks County Herald||9/19/2003||Telford||West Rockhill||Landis||Husband of Stella Rosenberger Frick, son of the late Robert S. Sr. and Florence M. (landis) Frick. St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sellersville.|
|FROEHLICH||Sarah||87||5/22/2003||Bucks County Herald||5/15/2003||Doylestown||Nockamixon||Pursell||Mondeau||Wife of Dietrich Froehlich who died in 1967|
|FUNK||David||R||81||Death Notices||5/21/1937||St. Petersburg FL||Chalfont PA||Leaves widow, Mrs. Sallie J. Funk|
|FUNK||Eva||A.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/24/2001||Sellersville||Springfield Township||Hottle|
|FUNK||Eli||W||74||Death Notices||5/10/1937||Perkasie||Leaves bro., Milton Funk, Perkasie|
|FUNK||Sarah||A||96||7/28/2005||Bucks County Herald||7/20/2005||Rockhill Bucks County||Springfield Twp Bucks County PA||Mindler||Born in Springfield Township, she was a daughter of the late Milton and Tillie Funk.. Member of First United Church of Christ in Quakertown for for than 50 years.|
|GABEL||Howard||R||90||8/13/2009 3:21:00 AM||Intelligencer||8/11/2009||Richlandtown Bucks County PA||Pleasant Valley PA||Roudenbush||Born in Pleasant Valley, Pa., he was a son of the late Charles
U. and Annie (Roudenbush) Gabel.
Mr. Gabel was employed by the former Stainless Inc., in Perkasie for many years, until retiring in 1979. Previously, he worked for UGI in the Lehigh Valley and Quakertown. He also worked part time for Clair's Flower Shop in Perkasie over the years.
A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he served in Germany and the European Theatre with the 8th Infantry Division and attained the rank of staff sergeant and sharp shooter.
He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Forrest Lodge No. 245, Sellersville.
He was a member of Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Perkasie.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, Paul and Robert Gabel; and two sisters, Mildred Fisher and Grace Rogers.
|GALLUPPI||Doris||F.||5/16/2001||News Herald||5/12/2001||Quakertown||West Rockhill||Mumbauer||Schoch|
|GERHART||Mary||H||86||5/9/2006||Intelligencer/PhillyBurbs||5/7/2006||Kintnersville Nockamixon Twp Bucks County PA||Bucksville Nockamixon Twp Bucks County PA||Mich||Shuman||She was the wife of the late Grady R. Gerhart.
Born in Bucksville, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Winfield and Laura (Mich) Shuman.
She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Ottsville.
|GERLACH||Earl||L||90||9/28/2003||Intelligencer||9/26/2003||Long Swamp Township PA||Doylestown||Levengood||Earl "Cy" Levengood Gerlach of Long Swamp Township,
Pa., died Sept. 26, 2003, at his home. He was 90.
He was the husband of 61 years to Margaret C. "Betty" Gerlach. Born and raised in Doylestown, he was the only son of Louis Gerlach and Mary Levengood Gerlach.
|GIRARD||Mildred||90||Bristol Courier||10/12/2001||Bristol Boro||Bristol||Nelson||Mildred (nee Nelson) Girard, 90, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Fri., Oct. 12, 2001. Born in Bristol, she was a lifelong resident. Mrs. Girard was a homemaker, deeply devoted and dedicated to caring for her family. She was a lifetime member of St. Mark Church and a member of Local #88 Auxiliary in Bristol.|
|GODSHALL||Agnes||L.||6/20/2001||News Herald||6/16/2001||Philadelphia||West Rockhill Township||Stark||Kitten|
|GOTTSCHALK||Flora||M.||5/16/2001||News Herald||5/4/2001||Huntingdon Valley||Hilltown Township||Myers||Umstead|
|GRECO||Michael||90||6/29/2003||The Intelligencer||6/25/2003||Warminster Bucks County||Wind Gap PA||Son of William and Rose Greco|
|GRISKOS||John||P||89||1/13/2005||Delaware Valley News||1/4/2005||Holland Township||Brooklyn, NY||Nemanis||Son of the late Dominick and Katherine (Nemanis) Griskos. Frenchtown Cemetery|
|GUENTENSPERGER||Dorothy||N||90||1/22/2004||The Free Press||1/16/2004||Quakertown||Quakertown||Naudascher||Trumbauer||She was the wife of the late Carl Guentensperger.
Born in Quakertown, she was the daughter of the late Herbert and Mary (Naudascher) Trumbauer.
She was a member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Quakertown.
|HABERLE||Richard||F||86||4/26/2006||Intelligencer||4/24/2006||Milford Twp Bucks County PA||Hilltown Township Bucks County PA||Frederick||Worthington||Richard F. Haberle of Hilltown Township died Monday, April 24,
2006, in LifeQuest Nursing Center, Milford Township. He was 86.
He was the husband of Lois A. (Worthington) Haberle, who died in 1988.
Born in Hilltown Township, he was the son of the late Charles and Elizabeth (Frederick) Haberle. He was a graduate of Souderton High School, Souderton.
|HAGER||Sarah||M||880||2/6/2003||Bucks County Herald||1/27/2003||Richlandtown||Jersey City NJ||Ballentine||Hamill||Wife of Robert M. Hager, wo died in 1986|
|HAGER||Alverna||O||97||4/27/2007||Morning Call||4/25/2007||Quakertown||Hilltown Township Bucks County PA||Overholt||Cope||She was the wife of John M. Hager, who died March 25,
Born in Hilltown, she was the daughter of the late Harvey G. and Mary Ann
|HAGER||J.||Floyd||87||2/14/2003||Intelligencer Record||2/12/2003||West Rockhill Township||Bedminster Township||Miller||Yost||Son and last surviving of 10 children of the late J. Erwin and Annie (Miller) Hager. Husband of Esther M. (Yost) Hager, celebrated 61st wedding anniversary on April 12, 2002.|
|HAGER||Elizabeth||J||86||11/30/2005||Bucks County Herald||11/24/2005||West Rockhill Twp Bucks County||St. James Long Island NY||Reasner||Hesse||Wife of Henry M. Hager, who died Dec. 15, 1983|
|HALLOWELL||Louise||G||87||10/7/2004||Bucks County Herald||9/18/2004||Doylestown PA||Northampton||Rector||Davis||Preceded in death by her husband, Robert M. Hallowell Jr. in 1946. Survived by her sons, Thomas, Eustace H. Daughter of late LeRoy Rector Sr. and Geneva L. Davis Rector.|
|HARING||Hannah||83||12/12/1903||Town and Country Newspaper||Allentown||Milford Township||Weikert||Deceased
was born in Milford township, Bucks county, and had attained the age of 83
years, 9 months and 16 days. She is survived by her husband, and these sons and
daughters, Sarah, Edward H., Milton H. and Mrs. Emma LAROCHE, all of Allentown.
|HARTMAN||Viola||C||93||5/11/2006||Bucks County Herald||5/5/2006||West Rockhill||Bedminster Bucks County PA||Crouthamel||Survived by a son Richard, member of St. peter's (Tohickon) United Church of Christ, Weisel. Daughter of the late Silas and Mabel Crouthamel|
|HARTMAN||Viola||C||93||5/7/2006||Intelligencer/Bucks County Herald||5/5/2006||West Rockhill Twp Bucks County PA||Bedminster||Crouthamel||Soliday||Viola C. Hartman, formerly of Perkasie and Bedminster, died
Friday, May 5, 2006, in Rockhill Mennonite Community, West Rockhill Township.
She was 93.
Born in Bedminster Township, she was the daughter of the late Silas and Mabel (Soliday) Crouthamel.
A member of St. Peter's (Tohickon) United Church of Christ, Weisel, Pa., she also was a member of the Mothers of World War II organization.
|HARTZELL||Grace||K||89||6/29/2003||The Intelligencer||6/27/2003||Quakertown||East Rockhill Township Bucks County||Barndt||Heuckeroth||Born on the family farm in East Rockhill Township, she was a daughter of the late Henry and mary (Barndt) Heuckeroth.|
|HEITER||Dorothy||88||10/30/2003||Morning Call||10/27/2003||Allentown||Dublin Township Bucks County PA||Hoffman||Martin||Daughter of the late Sylvester K. and Mary A. (Hoffman)
Member of the Morgenland Lutheran Church, Orefield
|HELLERMAN||Marie||94||5/30/2004||Intelligencer||5/27/2004||Buckingham||Michener||Myers||She was preceded in death by her loving husband, R. Stanley
Hellerman, who died in 1983.
She was the daughter of the late William and Nettie Myers Michener.
Before moving to Buckingham Valley Nursing Home, she had resided in Doylestown for 65 years. Mrs. Hellerman was a member of Doylestown Presbyterian Church for 74 years
|HENDRICKS||J.Isadora||92||Intelligencer||10/24/2006||Dublin Bucks County PA||Applebachsville PA||Mindler||Kressler||She is survived by her husband of 71 years, G. Marvin Hendricks and brother, James Kressler of Jim Thorpe, Pa.|
|HENNING||Mildred||G.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/22/2001||Hatfield||Hatfield Township||Clemmer||Gehman|
|HILLPOT||Welling||S||86||9/6/2010||Bucks County Herald||5/26/2010||Frenchtown, Hunterdon, NJ||Frenchtown, Hunterdon, NJ||Opdyke||Welling S. Hillpot, 86, of Frenchtown, N.J., and Ft. Myers,
Fla., went to be with the Lord May 26.
Born Nov. 21, 1923, in Frenchtown, Welling was a lifelong resident there. He graduated from Frenchtown High School.
Interment will be private at Frenchtown Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Frenchtown Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 114, Frenchtown, NJ 08825.
|HINKLE||Lloyd||S||90||3/18/2002||The Intelligencer Record||3/14/2002||Plumsteadville||Plumsteadville|
|HISTAND||Maggie||W.||5/23/2001||News Herald||5/19/2001||Doylestown||Doylestown Township||Overholt||Wismer|
|HOLCOMBE||Thelma||A||92||4/8/2004||Bucks County Herald||3/30/2004||Lambertville NJ||Lambertville NJ||Mills||Born in Lambertville, Miss Holcombe was the daughter of the late Chester E. and Alice Mills Holcombe. She was the sister of the late Nathalie M. Holcombe, Marion E. Gamble and Dorothy McCusker.|
|HOLDEN||Sarah||E||100||1/9/2004||Intelligencer||1/7/2004||Plumsteadville||Tinicum||Eichlin||Sarah E. Holden, a resident of Plumsteadville since 1934, went
home to her Lord on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2004.
She died at Alterra's Clare Bridge Cottage in Dublin, where she had been a resident since April. Thanks to the fine care she received there, she celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends on Dec. 1, 2003.
She was the wife of the late Clarence L. Holden.
Born in Tinicum Township, she was the daughter of the late Ida and Lewis Eichlin.
|HOUSEWORTH||Irvin||R||83||4/1/2004||Bucks County Herald||3/27/2004||Upper Black Eddy PA||Upper Black Eddy PA||Moninghoff||Born Sept 5, 1920, in Upper Black Eddy, he was a son of the late Harry and Sarah Moninghoff Houseworth.|
|HRYCKO||Helen||82||4/10/2003||Free Press||4/4/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Pokrywa||Drybola||daughter of the late John and Nellie (Pokrywa) Drybola.|
|JENKS||Lydia||A||89||5/6/2006||Intelligencer||5/5/2006||Quakertown Bucks County PA||Chalfont Bucks County PA||Scheip||Umstead||Lydia A. Jenks, a longtime resident of Hilltown Township, died
Friday, May 5, 2006, in LifeQuest Nursing Center, Quakertown. She was 89.
She was the wife of James E. Jenks, who died in 1983.
Born in Chalfont, she was the last surviving of 10 children born to the late Everard R. and Estella (Scheip) Umstead.
|JESIOLOWSKI||Chester||A||90||6/25/2006||Intelligencer/ Phillyburbs||6/24/2006||Milford Township Bucks County Pa||Philadelphia PA||Parish||Chester A. Jesiolowski, formerly of Upper Black Eddy, died
Saturday, June 24, 2006, in LifeQuest Nursing Center, Milford Township, Pa.
He was 90.
His wife, the former, Dorothy Parish, died in 1993.
Born March 23, 1916 in Philadelphia, he was a son of the late Walter and Agnes Jesiolowski.
Mr. Jesiolowski was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Ottsville. He was a Republican committeeman for Nockamixon Township and a member of the Palisades Republican Club and Palisades Tax Payers Association.
|JOHNSON||Mildred||B||100||9/11/2003||Bucks County Herald||9/7/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Biehn||Geissinger||Daughter of the late Andrew G. and Clara Geissinger Biehn. Wife of the late Alfred S. Johnson.|
|JOHNSON||H||Walter||80||The Intelligencer||7/2/2006||Quakertown||Haycock Twp||Umstead||H. Walter Johnson of Kintnersville died Sunday, July 2, 2006, in
Quakertown Center-Genesis Health Care. He was 80.
He was the husband of Thelma (Scholl) Johnson. They had celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary in April.
Born in Haycock Township, Bucks County, he was the son of the late Clarence W. and Emma S. (Umstead) Johnson.
|KELLER||Sevilla||M||89||2/13/2004||Intelligencer||2/11/2004||Quakertown||Quakertown||DIEHL||Painter||Born in Quakertown, she was a daughter of the late Frank and
Minnie (Diehl) Painter.
Mrs. Keller was co-owner for 15 years of the former Kellers General Store in Richlandtown.She was a member of St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Perkasie.
|KEYSER||Ella||H||96||2/16/2003||Intelligencer Record||2/13/2003||Richlandtown||Hilltown Township||Heckenswiler||Hager||daughter of the late Aaron and Stella May (Hager) Heckenswiler, wife of the late G.Melvin R. Keyser.|
|KIMENHOUR||Mary||T||91||5/10/2002||Intelligencer Record||5/9/2002||Pipersville||Harrow Bucks County PA||Fleck||Shivo||Mary was born on her parent's farm in the village of Harrow in Upper Bucks County to the late Oliver S. and Rose Fleck Kimenhour. mary also lived inDoylestown for almost 20 years. She was a graduate of Harrow Elementary School.|
|KING||Harvey||F||88||11/8/2000||News Herald||11/1/2000||West Rockhill||Haycock||Appel||Son of the late Harvey and Eleanora (Appel) King|
|KIRK||Rachel||38||4/7/1870||Newtown Enterprise||4/2/1870||Centreville Buckingham|
|KLINE||Florence||E.||The Intelligencer||2/18/2006||Quakertown||Ottsville||She was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, Lewis
Kline, who died in 1995.
Born and raised in Ottsville, she was the daughter of the late Harry and Clara Farquhar Mood.
She attended the Ottsville School House and Nockamixon High School.
Florence was a 64-year member of the Ottsville Fire Co., where she was a founding member of the ladies auxiliary, which was organized in 1942.
She was an active member of St. Luke's United Church of Christ, Ottsville, where she taught Sunday school for 35 years and was a member of the church choir.
|KNAUSS||E. William||Free Press||3/18/2004||Born in Quakertown he was the son of Donald T. and Ruth W.
(Willauer) Knauss of Quakertown.
Mr. Knauss was the fourth generation owner and CEO of Knauss Foods in Quakertown.
|KNELLER||Ellen||G||85||8/7/2003||The Free Press||8/3/2003||Quakertown||Spinnerstown||Wetzel||Shelly||Wife of the late J. Norman Kneller. Daughter of the late Wormen and Susan (Wetzel) Shelly)|
|KNOBLE||Mary||F||81||12/9/2003||Intelligencer||12/8/2003||Kintnersville||Nockamixon Township||Streepy||Litzenberger||Born Jan. 23, 1922 in Nockamixon Township, she was a daughter of the late Raymond and Vera Streepy Litzenberger. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Ottsville. She was the wife of Adam J. Knoble. The couple celebrated their 60-year wedding anniversary in January 2003.|
|KODER||Frank||E||89||7/21/2005||Bucks County Herald||7/16/2005||Perkasie Bucks County||Silverdale Hilltown Bucks County||Kriebel||Son of the late William W. Sr. and Anna T. Koder. 1933 graduate of Sell-Perk High School.|
|KODER||Edna||I||91||7/30/2005||Intelligencer||7/29/2005||Springtown Bucks County PA||Lower Saucon Twp Northampton||Frey||Wohlbach||She is the wife of the late George J. Koder. Born in Lower Saucon Township on April 24, 1914, she is the daughter of the late Dorsey M. and Mabel M. (Frey) Wohlbach. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, Springtown.|
|KRAMER||Marian||C||95||10/23/2003||The Free Press||10/15/2003||Allentown||Richland Township||Haring||Collier||Daughter of the late William and Mamie (Haring) Collier. Member of St. John's United Church of Christ, Richlandtown.|
|KRAMER||Marion||C||95||10/17/2003||Intelligencer||10/15/2003||Salisbury Township Lehigh Valley||Richland Township||Haring||Collier||She was the wife of the late Lamar A. Kramer.
Born in Richland Township, Bucks County, she was a daughter of the late William and Mamie (Haring) Collier.
|KRAMER||Mary||A||90||1/22/2004||The Free Press||1/14/2004||Quakertown||Hellertown||Leigh||KLOTZ||She was the wife of the late Norman E. Kramer.
Born in Hellertown, she was the daughter of the late Mahlon and Anna (Leigh) Klotz.
She was a member of Trinity United Church of Christ, Pleasant Valley.
|KRATZ||Earl||F.||6/13/2001||News Herald||6/5/2001||West Rockhill||Bedminster||Leidy||Fluck|
|KRATZ||Adeline||F||99||4/22/2010||Intelligencer||4/20/2010||Ambler Montgomery County PA||Camden NJ||Evans||Ford||Adeline F. Kratz, formerly of Horsham and Perkasie, passed away
Tuesday, April 20, 2010, in Artman Lutheran Home, Ambler. She was 99.
Adeline was the beloved wife of William L. Kratz who died in 1990. Adeline was a Lutheran.
Born in Camden, N.J., she was the daughter of the late Grover and Mary (Evans) Ford. Adeline was a graduate of Frankford High School for Girls, Philadelphia.
Her Funeral Service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, April 23, in Betty Meier Steeley Funeral Home, 87 North Main Street, Sellersville, where family and friends may call from 10 a.m. until the time of the service. Interment will follow in St. Andrew's Union Cemetery, Perkasie.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to American Cancer Society, 700 Horizon Circle, Suite 201, Chalfont, PA 18914. Betty Meier Steeley Funeral Home,
|KREITZ||Mary||E||86||2/5/2004||Delaware Valley News||1/30/2004||Riegelsville||Ferndale Bucks County PA||Bean||Mitchell||Daughter of the late William and Mary Mitchell Bean.|
|KRESCH||Anastasia||96||3/11/2004||Bucks County Herald||3/8/2004||Kintnersville||Kintnersville||Schwar||Born Oct 3, 1907, in Kintnersville, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Theresa Schwar Kresch.|
|KRIEBEL||Edna||E||92||8/2/2005||Intelligencer||7/30/2005||Doylestown Bucks County PA||Plumstead Township||Worthington||Bishop||She was the wife of the late Paul M. Kriebel. Born in Plumstead Township, she was a daughter of the late Elmer E. and Laura (Worthington) Bishop.|
|KULP||Michael||H.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/20/2001||West Rockhill Township||Sellersville||Hoffman|
|LAMBERT||Mary||C||96||8/24/2003||Intelligencer||8/21/2003||Hatboro Montgomery County||She was the beloved wife for 62 years of Everett C. Lambert, who preceded her in death in 1991.|
|LANDIS||Allen||T||91||3/2/1983||Morning Call||3/1/1983||Springfield Township PA||Upper Saucon Township Northampton County PA||Steininger||Born in Upper Saucon Township, he was a son of the late Alfred F. and A. Maria (Steininger) Landis. Surviving are four daughters and three sons, a sister Orpha and 16 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.|
|LANDIS||Elias||Alderfer||6/13/2001||News Herald||6/10/2001||West Rockhill||Lower Salford Township||Godshall||Alderfer|
|LANDIS||Anna||K||93||12/4/2003||The Free Press||11/23/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Bleam||Hoffman||Born in Quakertown, she was the daughter of the late John and Hattie (Bleam) Hoffman.|
|LANDIS||Elbert||1923||St. Johns Quakertown, died 2002
|LANDIS||Aaron||S||91||6/20/2005||Intelligencer||6/18/2005||Ottsville Tinicum Bucks County PA||Hatfield Montgomery County PA||Strickler||Aaron S. Landis of Ottsville died Saturday, June 18, 2005, at
the home of his daughter. He was 91.
Aaron was the husband of Ruth (Kimenhour) Landis who preceded him in death on February 21, 2005.
Born in Hatfield, Aaron was a son of the late Isaiah and Cassandra (Strickler) Landis.
|LAUBACH||70||unknown||Bischoff||William S. Bischoff of West side this morning received a
telephone message from Mrs. Bischoff who is at Durham, Bucks County telling of the death at 10 o'clock this
morning of her mother Mrs. Samuel H. Laubach. She had been ill of
of diseases for about a year. She was over 70 years old.
The survivors are: Mr. Laubach and the following children,
Mrs. Wm. Bischoff, Mrs. Wm. Judd, Vincent Laubach,
Edgar Laubach all of Bethlehem and Howard Laubach of
|LAWRENCE||Edward||P||1/9/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/7/2002||Pipersville Bucks County||Philadelphia||Rouse|
|LEAR||Mary||C||88||9/8/2005||Bucks County Herald||9/1/2005||Buckingham||Buckingham||Greer||Constantine||Daughter of the late Phillip and Ethel Greer Constantine. Preceded in death by a sister, Ada Founds and a brother, Phillip Constantine. Burial Roslyn.|
|LEATHERMAN||Arthur||R||92||4/4/2010||The Intelligencer||4/1/2010||Rockhill Bucks County||Pipersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania||Rickert||Arthur R. Leatherman
Arthur R. Leatherman of Sellersville, formerly of Pipersville, went home to be with his Lord Thursday, April 1, 2010, at Rockhill Mennonite Community. He was 92.
He was the husband of the late Lulu S. (Swartz) Leatherman.
Arthur was born in Pipersville to the late Charles and Sarah (Rickert) Leatherman.
Arthur served in the U.S. Army during World War II in Germany.
He was employed by the former Elmer Strouse Masonry Contractor, the former Doylestown Building Company as a mason, the former Willard Hosiery Mill in Dublin and the former Doyle Hosiery Mill in Doylestown. Arthur worked for 10 years as a group leader in the grinding department for Standard Pressed Steel in Jenkintown, until retiring in 1971. He was employed as a maintenance man for Central Bucks School District until retiring in 1983.
Arthur volunteered at Doylestown Hospital from 1984 to 1999 with over 3,000 hours of time. He enjoyed woodshop projects and gardening. Arthur was a beekeeper at his home in Pipersville for 15 years.
He was a member of First Baptist Church of Perkasie where he formerly served as trustee, deacon and an usher.
|LEATHERMAN||Michael||D||31||8/12/2009||Intelligencer||8/9/2009||Pennsburg PA||Pottsville PA||Landis|
|LEATHERMAN||E. Katherine||95||4/2/2003||Intelligencer Record||3/30/2003||Perkasie||Hilltown Township||Hockman||Born in Hilltown Township, she was the daughter of the late
Jonas G. and Mary
|LERCH||Edna||99||8/10/2004||Intelligencer||8/3/2004||Abington Montgomery County||Point Pleasant PA||Warnock||Sturts||Born in the miller's house above the gristmill in Point Pleasant, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Herman E. and Anna Allem Lerch. Wife of William C. Warnock Sr. until his death in 1969|
|LESKO||Stephen, Jr.||71||2/5/2004||Intelligencer||1/31/2004||Abington||North Penn Montgomery County||Pomykacz|
|LEWIS||Fred||88||4/22/2004||Bucks County Herald||4/18/2004||Lambertville NJ||New Hope Bucks County PA||Lifelong resident of the Lambertville-new Hope area. Lewis Fishery established by is father in 1888.|
|LITSCHAUER||Edward||L||80||2/23/2006||Bucks County Herald||2/14/2006||Kintnersville PA||Nockamixon Bucks County PA||Toerck||His wife, the former Catherine Moninghoff, died in 2001.
Born in Nockamixon Township on Nov. 12, 1925, he was a son of the late Stephen and Rose Toerck Litschauer.
|LITSCHAUER||Ray||76||5/3/2006||Intelligencer||5/1/2006||Pipersville Bucks County PA||Durham Township Bucks County PA||Herstine||Raymond "Shorty" Litschauer of Pipersville died
Monday, May 1, 2006, in his home. He was 76.
He is survived by his wife, the former Alberta Herstine. The couple had celebrated their 54-year wedding anniversary in September 2005.
Born Sept. 26, 1929, he was the son of the late Stephen and Rose Toerck Litschauer. Born and raised on a farm in Durham Township, he continued to be interested in farming throughout his life.
|LITSCHAUER||Raymond (Shorty)||76||4/6/2004||Intelligencer||5/1/2006||Pipersville||9/26/1929 Durham||Toerck||Raymond "Shorty" Litschauer of Pipersville died Monday, May 1, 2006, in his home. He was 76. He is survived by his wife, the former Alberta Herstine. The couple had celebrated their 54-year wedding anniversary in September 2005. Born Sept. 26, 1929, he was the son of the late Stephen and Rose Toerck Litschauer. Born and raised on a farm in Durham Township, he continued to be interested in farming throughout his life.|
|LITZ||Robert||A||80||5/3/2011||Morning Call||4/30/2011||Riegelsville||Hellertown||Kramer||Robert A. Litz, age 80, of Riegelsville, PA, died Saturday, April 30, in St. Lukes Hospice, Lower Saucon Twp., PA. He was born July 1, 1930 in Hellertown, PA. A son of the late Harold and Mary Kramer Litz, Sr. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Jeannette (Kimenhour) Drake Litz|
|LOWNES||Ruth||S||92||1/7/2002||Intelligencer Record||1/3/2002||Doylestown||Wycombe||Sickel||Ely||Wife of Wilmer A. Lownes Sr. who died in 1975. Daughter of the late LEWIS K. and Elma Ely Sickel.|
|LUCAS||Elda||H||98||11/20/2003||Bucks County Herald||11/12/2003||Quakertown||Richland Township||Horn||Fluck||Member of St. Peter's Tohickon United Church. Daughter of the late Oswin R. and Anna Laura Horn Fluck|
|MACGEORGE||Marguerite||90||8/10/2004||Intelligencer||8/8/2004||Doylestown PA||Warrington PA||MacNair||Perry||Mrs. MacGeorge was the wife of John MacGeorge, who died in 1997,
Russell Nash, who died in 1989 and Robert E. Porter, who died in 1970.
She was the last surviving child of G. Sherman and Helen MacNair Perry. Marguerite graduated from Doylestown High School in 1931.
|MARCHANT||Evelyn||Baker||3/13/2002||The Intelligencer Record||3/10/2002||Hatboro-Horsham||Horsham||Hilpot||Moffman|
|MARSEE||Robert||A.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/24/2001||Hilltown Township||Bryn Mawr||Duncan||LaPorte|
|MARTIN||Sally||74||1/13/2005||Delaware Valley News||1/6/2005||Upper Black Eddy, PA||Three Bridges, NJ||Chamberlain||Grey||Daughter of the late Charles and Myrtle Chamberlain Grey. Prospect Hill Cemetery, Flemington|
|MATTES||Marie||81||1/27/2006||Intelligencer||1/25/2006||New Ringgold PA||Kintnersville||Turick||Litschauer||Marie Mattes of New Ringgold, Pa., passed away Wednesday, Jan.
25, 2006, at her residence. She was 81.
She was the wife of Conrad Mattes.
Born in Kintnersville, she was the daughter of the late Stephen and Rose (Turick) Litschauer.
|MATTES||Marie||81||1/27/2006||Intelligencer||1/25/2006||New Ringgold PA||Kintnersville||Turick||Litschauer||Marie Mattes of New Ringgold, Pa., passed away Wednesday, Jan.
25, 2006, at her residence. She was 81.
She was the wife of Conrad Mattes.
Born in Kintnersville, she was the daughter of the late Stephen and Rose (Turick) Litschauer. She was a member of Christ United Church of Christ in McKeansburg.
|MCCARTY||Charles||P||91||12/28/2003||Intelligencer||12/23/2003||Kintnersville Nockamixon Bucks County PA||12/1/1912||Fleck||Muth||Charles P. McCarty of Kintnersville died Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2003,
in Doylestown Hospital. He was 91.
He is survived by his wife, Anna Muth Scheetz McCarty.
Born Dec. 1, 1912 in Nockamixon Township, he was the son of the late Rosco and Mary Fleck McCarty.
|MCCARTY||Olive||70||1/30/1958||Intelligencer||1/29/1958||Bucksville Nockamixon Bucks County||Bucksville Nockamixon Bucks County||Shuman||Shannon||Henry McCarty died 2/24/1951. She was a daughter of the late Anselm and Julia Shuman. She was born in Bucksville and leaves one son and two daughters, a brother, Winfield Shuman, Bucksville; and nine grandchildren.Funeral servies will be held from the Shuman Funeral Home. Church Lane, Bucksville, Monday at 9am. Requiem High Mass will be sung at St. John's Catholic Church, Haycock at 10am Burial will be made in Haycock Cemetery.|
|MCILHENNY, JR.||John||5/2/2001||News Herald||4/25/2001||Telford||Abington|
|MCNAIR||Dorothy||M||85||7/18/2002||The Free Press||7/13/2002||Quakertown||Richland Township||Russell||Horn||daughter of the late George Russell and Sallie B. (Horn) McNair|
|MCNEALY||Eleanor||B.||93||12/26/2002||Bucks County Herald||12/18/2002||Chalfont||Doylestown Township||Cadwallader||Brinker||Daughter of the late Elisha W. and Sarah Cadwallader Brinker.|
|MEASE||Gladys||I||93||6/5/2003||The Free Press||5/28/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Cressman||Stout||Survived by one niece and attended Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church.|
|MICHEL||Marny||E||1/9/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/7/2002||Philadelphia||Gebhardt||Groff|
|MILLER||Dorothy||78||12/12/1903||Town and Country Newspaper||Pennsburg, Montgomery County, PA||Germany||Saturday -
She is survived by these sons and daughters: John E., of Milford Square, Bucks county; Jacob C., of Rockhill, Bucks county; Mrs. F.W. WEBER, of Allentown, and Mrs. Harvey STOCKER
|MILLER||Alta||E||82||4/22/2004||The Free Press||4/4/2004||East Greenville||Spinnerstown||Dillinger||Boyer||Services were held for Alta E. Miller, 82, of East Greenville,
who passed away on Apr. 4, 2004 in her home following an illness.
Born in Spinnerstown, she was the daughter of the late Benjamin and Mable (Dillinger) Boyer.
|MILLER||Mabel||S||98||1/13/2005||Delaware Valley News||1/4/2005||Holland Township||Kingwood Twp, NJ||Scheetz||Servic||Daughter of the late Frank and Mary Jane (Scheetz) Servic. No children surviving, Frenchtown Cemetery|
|MILLS||Elizabeth||B||62||1/4/2007||Intelligencer||1/1/2007||Rockhill Township Bucks County PA||Doylestown||Stebner||Jabs||Elizabeth B. Mills, a resident of Upper Black Eddy for more than
40 years, passed away Monday, Jan. 1, 2007, at Grand View Hospital, West
Rockhill Township. She was 62.
She was the wife for more than 43 years to Lester Neil Mills.
Born March 18, 1944, in Doylestown, she was the daughter of the late Gustav and Emma (Stebner) Jabs. She was raised in Revere and graduated from Palisades Regional High School in 1962.
Mrs. Mills was a member of Upper Tinicum Lutheran Church in Tinicum Township and a former member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Ferndale.
|MITCHELL||Robert||L||91||8/4/2009 3:08:00 AM||Intelligencer||8/2/2009||West Rockhill Twp Bucks County PA||Chalfont Bucks County PA||Tyson||Lapp||Robert Leonard Mitchell, formerly of Perkasie, died Sunday, Aug.
2, 2009, in the Rockhill Mennonite Community, West Rockhill Township. He was
He was the husband of Jean A. (Lapp) Mitchell who died May 8, 1987.
Born in Chalfont, he was a son of the late Owen and Lily (Tyson) Mitchell.
Mr. Mitchell owned and operated the former Robert L. Mitchell Insurance Agency, Perkasie, from 1950 until retiring in the late 1980s.
A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was attached to the Communications outfit with the First Battalion, 16th Infantry, served nine years and attained the rank of master sergeant. He was awarded the Silver Star, a citation for gallantry in action at El Guittar, Tunisia, on March 28, 1943, when wire lines leading to a Battalion Command Post were destroyed by heavy enemy artillery fire. He crossed exposed terrain and, although subjected to constant enemy fire, successfully repaired and maintained the communications. He served his country in North Africa, Normandy, Italy Campaign and Battle of the Bulge. In addition to the Silver Star, he was the recipient of the Purple Heart Medal and the Legion of Honor Medal for service to his country.
|MOHR||Annie||E||99||5/10/2002||Morning Call||5/8/2002||Bechtelsville||Spinnerstown||Gongler||Mumbauer||Wife of the late Erwin Mohr. Daughter of the late Charles & Ida (Gongler) Mumbauer|
|MOLL||Sadie||87||8/2/2009||Intelligencer||7/30/2009||Hilltown Bucks County PA||Almont PA||Musselman||Sadie Moll of Hilltown Township died Thursday, July 30, 2009, in
Quakertown Center-Genesis Health Care, Quakertown. She was 87.
She was the wife of the late Donald R. Moll, who died June 18, 2001. Born in Almont, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Eugene and Mary Musselman.
|MOLL||Donald||R.||6/20/2001||News Herald||6/19/2001||West Rockhill Township||Quakertown||Stettler|
|MOON||Maud||14mo||3/24/1870||Newtown Enterprise||3/18/1870||Yardleyville||d/o Walter S. and S Moon. abt. 14 mo|
|MOYER||Kay||F||64||4/22/2004||The Free Press||4/17/2004||Trumbauersville||Quakertown||Trump||Schwenk||Kay F. Moyer
Private services will be held for Kay F. Moyer, 64, of Trumbauersville who passed away on Apr. 17, 2004.
She was the wife of R. Wayne Moyer. They were married for 47 years in April 2003.
|MOYER||Irene||M||101||1/30/2002||The Intelligencer Record||3/16/2002||Telford||Perkasie||Musselman||Himmelwright|
|MYERS||Paul||L||86||9/11/2003||Bucks County Herald||8/30/2003||Haycock Township||Plumstead Township||Leatherman||Husband of Aquilla B. Freed Myers. They observed their 50th wedding anniversary. Son of the late Isaac and Hannah Leatherman Myers. He was a dairy farmer in Danboro for over 40 years.|
|MYERS||Dorothy||Mae||80||1/30/2002||The Intelligencer Record||3/17/2002||Bedminster||Doylestown||Bishop||Worthington|
|NACE||Aaron||D||88||3/3/2005||Bucks County Herald||2/19/2005||West Rockhill Township||Perkasie||Stover||Born in Perkasie, he was the son of the late Oliver L. and Lillie Stover Nace.Surviced by his wife since 1993, Chun Sun Song Nace. Preceded in death by his first wife, Caroline H. Hermann Nace, who died in 1985.|
|NEELD||Esther||S||91||5/2/2010||Bucks County Courier Times||5/25/2010||Doylestown PA||Richboro Bucks County PA||Weiss||Cornell||Esther S. Cornell Neeld of Buckingham died peacefully with her
family by her side Sunday, April 25, 2010, at Doylestown Hospital,
Doylestown. She was 91.
Esther was the beloved wife of the late Harry E. Neeld.
Born in Richboro, she was the daughter of the late John B. and Margaret Weiss Cornell; and sister of the late Edith Fitzgerald and Edna Hawkins.
Esther was born on the family farm in Richboro and had been a lifelong resident of Bucks County. She was a graduate of Newtown High School.
Esther and her late husband, Harry, operated White and Neeld Store in Wrightstown for many years. She also served as Postmaster in Wrightstown.
|NEHODA||Frank, Jr.||92||9/28/2003||Intelligencer||9/26/2003||Perkasie||Hilltown Township Bucks County||Petrosek||Born in Hilltown Township, he was a son of the late Frank Sr. and Albina (Petrosek) Nehoda.|
|NICHOLAS||Grace||M||94||3/7/2002||Delaware Valley News||3/2/2002||Easton||Durham Township||Trach||Daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Trach) Nicholas|
|OBERTON||Myrtle||M||1/30/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/26/2002||Perkasie||Almont PA||Schock||Leister|
|OLSHEVSKI||Michael||J||91||7/28/2005||Bucks County Herald||7/23/2005||Pleasant Valley Springfield Twp Bucks County||Quakertown||Died at the home of his son, Timothy. Husband of Melba Olshevski. They celeb rated their 69th wedding anniversary last December. Born in Quakertown, son of the late Victor and Victoria Olshevski.|
|OTT||Edith||D||84||10/30/2003||Bucks County Herald||10/20/2003||Sellersville||Perkasie||Derstine||Detweiler||Wife of Raymond S. Ott who died in 1984. Daughter of the late Charles and Rachel Derstine Detweiler. Member of the Deep Run Mennonite Church. She was preceded in death by her sister, Grace Detweiler and three brothers. Paul, Norman and Clyde Detweiler.|
|OYSTER||Gladys||L||84||8/21/2003||The Free Press||8/15/2003||Quakertown||East Rockhill Township||Kehs||Yost||Born in East Rockhill Township, she was the daughter of the late Herbert & Edna (Yost) Kehs.|
|PAGE||Eleanor||N||81||1/23/2004||Intelligencer||1/22/2004||Perkasie||Upper Makefield Township||Barwis||Davison||Preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Susan Scherer and one sister and four brothers.|
|PAPA||Joan||D||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/23/2001||West Chester||Hagersville||Hilmer|
|PARTNER||Marion||L||87||1/22/2004||The Free Press||1/13/2004||Quakertown||Richland Township||Dietz||Born in Richland Township, he was the son of the late Newton and Jamima Sloyer.|
|PILGRIM||Vivian||Marie||63||6/10/2006||Bucks County Courier Times||5/27/2006||San Juan Capistrano CA||Philadelphia||Groman||daughter of the late John and Rose Albert Groman. Survived by one son, Frank III.|
|PRICE||Arlene||N||86||2/6/2003||The Free Press||1/31/2003||Quakertown||Trumbauersville||Shup||Kline||A 50 year member of the Order of Eastern Start. Survived by one daughter.|
|PURCELL||Marian (Snuffy)||81||7/28/2005||Bucks County Herald||7/4/2005||Salt Lake City Utah||Upper Black Eddy Bucks County PA||Labs||Sames||Married to Billy Purcell for 49 years. Born in Upper Black Eddy, she was a daughter of the late Isaiah and Louise Labs Sames.|
|PURSELL||Ruth||E||94||10/7/2004||Bucks County Herald||9/26/2004||Raritan Township NJ||Upper Black Eddy||Leichliter||Miller||Daughter of the late Harry R. and Mary E. Leichliter Miller. Wife of Earl Pursell, who died in 1967.|
|RAGNOLI||Ralph||2/24/2002||The Intelligencer Record||2/23/2002||Levittown||Bristol||O'Donnell|
|RAPP||Mabel||R||2/24/2002||The Intelligencer Record||2/22/2002||Richlandtown||Bethlehem PA||Ziegenfuss||Kulp|
|RAUDENBUSH||Dorothy||M||96||4/26/2006||Intelligencer||4/24/2006||West Rockhill Township Bucks Countyq||Naceville||Wenhold||Wagner||Dorothy M. Raudenbush, a lifelong resident of Sellersville,
passed away Monday, April 24, 2006, in Rockhill Mennonite Community, West
Rockhill Township. She was 96.
Born in Naceville, she was a daughter of the late Archibald and Annie (Wenhold) Wagner.
She was the beloved wife for 74 1/2 years of Russell T. Raudenbush, who died April 26, 2003. They were married on Sept. 15, 1928, in a small plane that took off from the former Patco Airfield in Norristown. They became famous as the area's first couple to be married in an airplane.
|REIGLE||Arthur||83||6/10/2004||Hunterdon County Democrat||6/2/2004||Holland Township NJ||Frenchtown||Tibbits||Born in Frenchtown, he was a son of Maust W. and Minnie Tibbits Reigle. Mr. Reigle graduated from Frenchtown High School in 1939. He was an Army veteran of World War II.|
|REILLY||John||91||5/4/2004||Intelligencer||5/1/2004||Ferndale Bucks County||Phillipsburg NJ||Hoffman||John "Jim" Reilly, a resident and dedicated community activist of Ferndale, Bucks County, passed away peacefully after a long illness on Saturday, May 1, 2004, at his home with his beloved wife, Lola M. Hudson, by his side. He was 91.|
|REPSHER||Florence||D||88||1/29/2004||The Free Press||1/23/2004||Quakertown||Richland Township||Fluck||Horne||She was the wife of Ross Repsher. They were married for 63
Born in Richland Township she was a daughter of the late Oswin R. and Anna (Horne) Fluck.
|RICE||George||86||12/1/2005||Bucks County Herald||11/18/2005||Gloucester VA||Oxford Valley Middletown Bucks County PA||Miholewitch||Mr. Rice was born in Oxford Valley, where he worked on the family farm with 5 brother and 5 sisters. Son of Michael Rice and Mary Miholewitch Rice. Attended Neshamy High School. Flew out of Old Star Airport. Member of the Army Air Corp.|
|RICE||Trauger||Sames||She was preceded in death by a sister, Elizabeth "Betty" Sames|
|RICE||Mabel||M||96||7/8/2004||Bucks County Herald||6/30/2004||Bedminster PA||Plumstead Township PA||Yoder||Myers||Daughter of the late Irwin and Annie Yoder Myers.Mrs. Rice was the oldest member of Deep Run Mennonite Church West in Bedminster.|
|RICE||Mary||M||91||9/11/2003||Bucks County Herald||9/17/2003||Buckingham||Mechanicsville||Preceded in death by sister, Lela Davis and her borthers, Watson and Clarence Rice. Owned a dress shop in New Hope.|
|RICE||George||86||12/1/2005||Bucks County Herald, Intelligencer||11/18/2005||Gloucester VA||Oxford Valley Bucks County PA||Miholewitch||George was born in Oxford Valley, Lower Bucks County, where he
grew up working on the family farm together with his five brothers and five
sisters. He was the son of Michael Rice and Mary Miholewitch Rice, who
immigrated to America from Austria.
Mr. Rice was married for 60 years to Mary Rose Rice, who survives him.
|RICHTER||George||K||82||7/15/2003||Intelligencer||7/12/2003||Rocklin California||Bucks County||Shultz|
|RICK||Paul||J||98||9/2/2009 3:34:00 AM||Intelligencer||9/1/2009||Nockamixon Township||Nockamixon Township||Anders||From 1931, when he was just 20 years old, until his retirement
in 1979, he owned and operated Rick's Egg Farm. Even after his retirement he
was still involved in the operation of the family business until 2007.
Born Feb. 8, 1911, in Nockamixon Township, he was a son of the late Edward and Lizzie Anders Rick.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Virginia; his second wife, Ethel; his son-in-law, Raymond Kooker; and three brothers, George, Frank, and Ernest.
|RIEGLE||Oliver||S||80||11/1/1961||Intelligencer||10/31/1961||Phillipsburg NJ||Tinicum Twp Bucks County||Sider||Oliver S. Riegle, 80 of Riegelsville, N.J. died yesterday
(October 31, 1961) in Warren Hospital, Phillipsburg, N.J.
Born in tinicum Township, Bucks County he was a son of the late Joseph and Mary Siders Reigle.
47 Grandchildren and 107 great grandchildren
Surviving are three sons and six daughters.
|ROSE||Ann||86||Bristol Courier||9/22/2001||Bristol||Bristol||Chichilitti||Wife of the late David L. Rose, she is survived by 2 sons,|
|ROSENBERGER||Harvey (Jake)||F||93||10/30/2003||Bucks County Herald||10/24/2003||Pine Run community||Hatfield||Frederick||Former resident of Chalfont and son of the late Harvey A. and Emma J. Frederick Rosenberger.|
|ROSS||Esther||M||87||6/19/2006||Intelligencer||6/18/2006||Revere, Pa||Catonsville, Md||Pomeroy||Smith||Esther M. Ross of Revere, Pa., died Sunday, June 18, 2006, in
St. Luke's Quakertown Hospital. She was 87.
Her husband for 35 years, Charles, preceded her in death in 1973.
Born Feb. 6, 1919, in Catonsville, Md., she was a daughter of the late Albert and Myrtle Pomeroy Smith.
|ROSSITER||Stanley||91||2/17/2006||Bucks County Herald||2/14/2006||Crosslands Kennett Square||New Hope Bucks County PA||Martin|
|ROTH, JR.||Paul||H.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/20/2001||Hilltown Township||Allentown||Rabenold|
|ROTHROCK||Wilmer||G.||8/1/2001||News Herald||7/23/2001||Telford||Fountain Hill||Keeler|
|RUE||Lillie||M||81||1/1/1964||Delaware Valley Advance||12/25/1963||Oxford Valley||Middletown Township||Scott||Daughter of the late Charles A., and Adah Scott Rue. A member of Oxford Valley Chapel was the last of her family.|
|RUFE||Martha||L||105||8/13/2009||Intelligencer||8/9/2009||Bethlehem PA||Riegelsville Bucks County PA||Sinclair||Brotzman||She was the widow of Robert Rufe, who died in 2001.
She was born Feb. 24, 1904, in Riegelsville, a daughter of the late Schuyler and Ella Sinclair Brotzman.
She attended Riegelsville Academy, was a 1921 graduate of Riegelsville High School and was a graduate of Churchman's Business College.
She worked as a secretary in the office of the Gunning Silk Co. in Easton for several years before its closing.
She loved her flower and vegetable garden.
She was a former member of St. John United Church of Christ, Riegelsville, and frequently attended St. Luke's Lutheran Church of Ferndale with her husband, Robert.
|RUSH||Marguerite||1/17/2002||The Free Press||1/5/2002||Souderton||Milford Twp||Fluck||Neil|
|SATTERTHWAITE||Elizabeth||4/14/1870||Newtown Enterprise||4/12/1870||Falls Township||Advanced age|
|SCHAEFER||John||89||2/12/2005||Intelligencer||2/10/2005||Bucks Ville, Nockamixon Bucks County PA||Nockamixon Bucks County PA||Keim||John Schaefer of Pipersville died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2005, at
home. He was 89.
Born in Nockamixon Township, he was the son of the late Anton and Barbara (Keim) Schaefer. He grew up on a farm in Bucksville, Pa.
His wife, Helen (Dreger) Schaefer, died in 1980. John's brothers, Frank and Mathias Schaefer and his sisters, Katheryn Behm and Barbara Schuster also preceded him in death.
|SCHAFFER||Paul||L||81||6/5/2003||The Free Press||5/29/2003||Quakertown||Richlandtown||Fosbenner||Son of the late Raymond W. and Pearl (Fosbenner) Schaffer.|
|SCHAFFER||Emma||E.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/22/2001||Quakertown||Springfield Township||Hoffert||Sloyer|
|SCHAFFNER||Eugene||E||94||10/23/2003||The Free Press||10/14/2003||Quakertown||West Rockill Township||KLOTZ||Son of the late William and Sophia *KLOTZ) Schaffner. Wife of the late Alverna R. (Fluck) Schaffner.|
|SCHAFFNER||Eugene||E||94||10/23/2003||Bucks County Herald||10/14/2003||Quakertown||No other information|
|SCHAFFNER||Alverna||R.||5/16/2001||News Herald||5/10/2001||Quakertown||West Rockhill||Fluck|
|SCHAIBLE||Grace||Myers||b: 1916||9/28/2003||Intelligencer||9/26/2003||Doylestown Bucks County||Doylestown||OVERHOLT||Grace was preceded in death by her husband, Taylor
She was born in 1916 in Doylestown and lived there all her life.
|SCHLUBEN||Emma||P.||6/20/2001||News Herald||6/17/2001||Fountain Hill||German||Haller||Waller|
|SCHMIDT||Joseph||H||80||12/9/2004||Intelligencer||12/8/2004||Franklin NC||Ottsville PA||Litschauer||Joseph H. Schmidt of Franklin, N.C., entered into rest on
Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2004. He was 80.
He was the husband of Jean E. Brown Schmidt.
A native of Ottsville, he was the son of the late Joseph and Rose Litschauer Schmidt.
|SCHOELLER||Mary||M||94||12/4/2003||The Free Press||11/21/2003||Perkasie||Bedminster||Beer||Moyer||She was the wife of the late Karl F. Schoeller Sr. Born in Bedminster, she was the daughter of the late George R. and Eva (Beer) Moyer.|
|SCHOELLKOPF||Janete||D||91||8/11/2005||Bucks County Herald||8/5/2005||Quakertown||Quakertown||Flagler||First Husband, Paul Schoellkopf, died in 1983. Married 5 years to C. Vernon Moyer. Daughter of the late Arthur E and Florence Flagler. 1932 graduate of Sell-Perk HS. Preceded in death by a brother, Leon Flagler, killed during WWII.|
|SHELLY||Emily||R||87||7/24/2003||The Free Press||7/15/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Ruth||Hillegass||Daughter of the late Charles and Florence (Ruth Hillegass)|
|SHOMPER||Ruth Ann||77||The Intelligencer||11/29/2008||Gardenville, Bucks, Pennsylvania||Gall||Ruth Ann Shomper of Gardenville passed away peacefully in her sleep at home on Saturday night, Nov. 29, 2008. She was 77. Ruth is survived by her husband, Melvin Shomper;two brothers, Jack Gall of Plumsteadville and Ronald Gall of Louisville, Ky.; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two brothers, William Gall of Doylestown and Harry Gall of Philadelphia.|
|SHOUDT||Ella||92||9/6/2010||Bucks County Herald||7/6/2010||Bridgeton, Bucks, PA||Tinicum, Bucks, PA||Bryan||Weaver||Ella Shoudt, 92, of Bridgeton Township, Upper Black Eddy, passed
away June 7 at her home.
Born Jan. 28, 1918, in Tinicum Township, She was a member of the First United Church of Christ in Milford, N.J.
Daughter of the late Grant and Esther Bryan Weaver, Ella’s beloved husband of 69 years, Erwin Shoudt, passed away in January of this year.
|SHULICK||Thomas||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/12/2001||Sellersville||New Geneva||Mitnik|
|SIEGLER||John||Rufe||90||4/2/2003||Intelligencer Record||3/29/2003||Doylestown||Doylestown||Smith||He was the husband of 41 years to the late Mary Smith Siegler|
|SINE||Laura Mae||Cook||90||3/3/2005||Bucks County Herald||2/27/2005||Doylestown PA||Buckingham||Wife of Harry W. Sine for 70 years. Employed by New Hope Post Office.|
|SINKLER||E.||Earle||97||2/15/2004||Intelligencer||2/12/2004||Southampton||Warminster||He was a member of Churchville Baptist Church, serving as a trustee and financial secretary.He was born in 1906, on his grandfather's farm at Bristol and Hatboro roads on land once occupied by the Naval Air Warfare Center. He attended school in Southampton and graduated from George School. Earle had been a resident and businessman in the Southampton and Warminster areas all his life.|
|SIPES||Horace||98||10/17/2003||Delaware Valley News||10/5/2003||Upper Black Eddy Bucks County PA||Frenchtown NJ||Meyers||Born in Frenchtown, Mr. Sipes was the son of the late William H. and Wilhemina (Meyers) Sipes.|
|SIRITOVICH||Anthony||F.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/21/2001||Harleysville||Camden, NJ||Schuster|
|SMITH||Thomas||Story||55||4/7/1870||Newtown Enterprise||3/31/1870||Upper Makefield|
|SMITH||H.||Eastburn||85||8/28/2003||Bucks County Herald||8/18/2003||New Hope PA||Pineville||Eastburn||Iden||He was the son of the late James Iden and Alice Eastburn Smith. He grew up and resided his entire life on the Smith family farm on Ridge Road near Pineville (Bucks County).|
|SMITH||Ethel||M||87||11/13/2003||Bucks County Herald||11/7/2003||Doylestown||Upper Black Eddy||DIEHL||Templeton||Mrs. Smith was raised in Milford NJ and graduated from Frenchtown HS.She was the wife of Dr. Manning B. Smith, who died in 1996|
|SMOLL||John||F||85||4/28/2006||Intelligencer||4/26/2006||Quakertown Bucks County PA||Quakertown Bucks County PA||Cressman||Hetrick||John F. Smoll of Quakertown died Wednesday, April 26, 2006, in
his home. He was 85.
He was the husband of the late Gladys M. (Cressman) Smoll.
Born in Quakertown, he was a son of the late Peter and Mary (Hetrick) Smoll.
|SNYDER||Josephine||L||100||8/11/2005||Bucks County Herald||8/4/2005||Quakertown||Quakertown||Cramer||wife of the late Harold E. Snyder, who died in March 1970.|
|SOLLOSI||Richard||68||Intelligencer||11/23/2009||Newtown PA||Bethlehem PA||Raykos||Erika||Wilson '60 Classmate, U.S. Veteran, Richard took great pride of his Hungarian heritage and he travelled to Hungary many times.|
|SOMERS||James||J.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/23/2001||Hilltown Township||Philadelphia||Braun||Schauder|
|STAHL||Beatrice||L||76||3/24/2002||Intelligencer Record||3/22/2002||Richboro||Huntingdon Valley||Wynkoop|
|STALLSMITH||Alvin||C||1/9/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/7/2002||Warminster||Philadelphia||Stahl|
|STAUFFER||Linford||R||90||8/7/2003||The Free Press||8/2/2003||Quakertown||Spinnerstown||Rosenberger||Breisch||St. John's Lutheran Church Spinnerstown|
|STEM||Earle||D||1/30/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/28/2002||Buckingham||Findley||Dyer|
|STINER||Rhelda||G||97||9/26/2003||Intelligencer||9/23/2003||Doylestown||Buckingham||Worthington||Born in Buckingham, she was the daughter of the late Wilmer & Clara (Worthington) Stiner.|
|STOKES||Charles||F.||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/26/2001||Towamencin Township||Brennan|
|STONE||Mary||H||93||3/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||3/21/2005||Doylestown||Haycock Township Bucks County||Ahlum||Horn||Mary H. Stone of Doylestown, formerly of Richlandtown, died March 21, at Heritage Towers Health Care Center. She was 93. She was the wife of Maynard C. Stone, who died in 2002. Born in Haycock Township, she was the daughter of the late Harvey and Cora Ahlum Horn.|
|STORTENBECKER||Valerie||I||1/10/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/7/2002||Grove City PA||Hastings England||Schneider Roystudart|
|STOVER||Raymond||I||96||10/5/2003||Intelligencer||10/4/2003||Doylestown||Kintnersville||Mills||Born May 1, 1907 in Kintnersville, he was a son of the late Cyrus and Irvena Mills Stover.|
|STOVER||Helen||V||98||3/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||3/20/2005||Ivyland, Bucks, Pennsylvania||Solebury, Bucks, Pennsylvania||McKinstry||Vasey||She was the wife of the late Joseph Comly Stovfer for 68 years.Born in Solebury she was the daughter of the late Horace T. and Ethel M. McKinstry Vasey. She attended Doylestown High School. A resident of Ivyland for many years, she received a citatiion from the Mayor in 1998 as the oldest resident of Ivyland. Interment will be in Doylestown Cemetery.|
|STOVER||Helen||V||98||3/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||3/20/2005||Ivyland Bucks County PA||Solebury Bucks County PA||Vasey||Comly||She was the wife of the late Joseph Comly Stover for 68
Born in Solebury she was the daughter of the late Horace T. and Etherl M. McKinstry Vasey. Doylestown High School.
|STOVER||Rachel||82||3/31/1870||Newtown Enterprise||3/13/1870||Faquier Co VA||at res/o s. Charles Stover in Faquier Co., VA, 220.127.116.11|
|STOVER||Edwin||Smokey||83||1/8/2004||Bucks County Herald||12/27/2003||Lambertville||Bucks County||Landis||Lived in Lambertville most of his life and was a United States Army Veteran of WWII.|
|STREEPER||John||M||80||Bristol Courier||5/21/2002||Bristol Township||Bristol Boro||Walker||He was husband of the late Cecilia (nee Walker) Streeper and is survived by 2 daughters,|
|STROHMEIER||Ruth||E||1/17/2002||The Free Press||1/10/2002||Quakertown||Quakertown||Spidle||Hillegas|
|STROUSE||Ella||Mae||2/28/2001||News Herald||2/26/2001||Belfast, NY||Skippack||Gottshall||Beck|
|SWARTLEY||Emerson||M||1/9/2002||The Intelligencer Record||1/7/2002||Buckingham Twp Bucks County||Myers|
|SWARTZ||Helen||M||87||4/22/2004||Bucks County Herald||4/17/2004||Rockhill Bucks County||Doylestown PA||Kilmer||Shive||Born in Doylestown, she was a daughter of the late Newton and Cora May Kilmer Shive.|
|SWOPE||Frank||Warren||69||3/3/2005||Bucks County Herald||2/21/2005||Tinicum||Quakertown||Snyder||Heater||Born in Quakertown, he was the son of Olga Florence Snyder Swope of Erwinna and the late Frank M. Swope. Survived by his wife of 41 years, Sharon K. Heater Swope.|
|SWOPE||Frank||Warren||69||2/24/2005||Intelligencer||2/21/2005||Tinicum Township Bucks County PA||Snyder||Frank Warren Swope of Tinicum Township, died Monday, Feb. 21,
2005, at home. He was 69.
Born Dec. 26, 1935, in Quakertown, he was the son of Olga Florence (Snyder) Swope of Erwinna and the late Frank M. Swope.
Frank worked for the Delaware Canal for 38 years, retiring in January 2001. His grandfather and father were canal boatmen, and he was the fourth generation that worked on the Delaware Canal.
|SWOPE||Amy Jane||83||2/24/2005||Intelligencer||12/12/2004||Solebury Township Bucks County PA||Bridgeton Township Bucks County||Pursell||Mills||Amy Jane Swope, a lifetime resident of Bridgeton Township, Pa.,
died Sunday, Dec. 12, 2004, at the home of her daughter, Ruth Ann Betts, in
Solebury Township. She was 83.
She was the wife of Howard M. Swope, who died in 1995.
Born Jan. 23, 1921, in Bridgeton Township, she was the daughter of the late Marshall and Irene (Pursell) Mills. She was a member of Upper Tinicum Lutheran Church in Tinicum Township.
|SWOPE||Frank||69||2/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||2/21/2005||Tinicum, Bucks, PA||Quakertown, Bucks, PA||Snyder||Frank Warren Swope of Tinicum Township died Monday, February 21,
2005, at his home, he was 69. Born in
Quakertown , PA he was a son of Olga Florence (Snyder) Swope of Erwinna, PA
and the late Frank M. Swope. Mr. Swope
worked for the Delaware Canal State Park for 38 years until retiring in
January 2001. His grandfather and
father were canal boatmen.
A peacetime Army veteran, he was a 25 year member of the Delaware Valley Volunteer Fire Co. A lifetime member of the Tinicum Gun Club, he was an avid hunter and sportsman. He also enjoyed NASCAR racing and gardening. He was a member of Tinicum United Church of Christ. His mother survives him. Interment will be in Upper Tinicum Cemetery, Tinicum Township
|THOMAS||Betty||E.||6/27/2001||News Herald||6/20/2001||Hatfield||West Rockhill||Strouse||Heckler|
|THURLOW, JR.||Mininger||5/2/2001||News Herald||4/30/2001||Souderton||Lansdale||Springer|
|TINSMAN||William, Jr.||91||10/29/2009||Intelligencer||10/28/2009||Sept. 7, 1918||Fell||Dolph||William attended Greenhill Elementary School from 1924 to 1932;
Doylestown High School from 1932 to 1936; and Rutgers University from 1936 to
He served in the Chemical Warfare Service Band, Edgewood Arsenal, in Maryland from April 1941 until May 1942.
A veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps, he served from May 1942 to August 1945, and flew 21 combat missions from England, over Europe. He was a co-pilot on a B-24 Liberator bomber that was shot down over Germany and was interned in Switzerland for nine months before escaping. He was discharged in August 1945.
He was a partner in William Tinsman & Sons from 1940 to 1970 and president of Tinsman Bros. Inc. from 1970 to 1988, where he remained active in the office daily until recently.
He served as bank director for Doylestown National, now PNC., from the late 1940s to the early 1990s. He was Solebury Township Supervisor from 1952 to 1958 and chairman from 1954 to 1958.
Mr. Tinsman was a leader for Boy Scouts of America Troop 64, Carversville, for several years. He was a member of Solebury Friends Meeting, where he served as treasurer 20 years and trustee for nearly 50 years. He was a member of the Phillips Mill Community Association, having served on the board of directors for several years and the house/grounds committee.
Mr. Tinsman was cofounder of the Paunacussing Watershed.
|TOMPKINS||Paul||A||91||5/10/2002||Morning Call||5/8/2002||Quakertown||Quakertown||Musselman||Wentz||Married to Ruth (Wentz) Stuart Tompkins for 26 years & the late Ida Iola (Gross) Tompkins|
|TRAUGER||Charles||D||88||5/11/2006||Intelligencer||5/10/2006||Telford Bucks County PA||Bedminster Twp Bucks County PA||Agney||Derstine||Charles D. Trauger of Lutheran Community at Telford, died
Wednesday, May 10, 2006. He was 88.
He was the husband of the late Dorothy M. (Agney) Trauger to whom he was married for 55 years.
He was a resident of Fountainville for 54 years, before moving to the Lutheran Community last year.
Born in Bedminster Township, he was the son of the late William and Annie (Derstine) Trauger.
|TROESTER||Mary Ellen||86||1/16/2004||Bucks County Herald||1/6/2004||Doylestown||New Britain Bucks County PA||Gerhart||Taylor||Born in New Britain, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Clara Gerhart Taylor.|
|TRUMBAUER||Elmer||J||83||8/24/2003||Intelligencer||8/22/2003||Quakertown||Quakertown||Headman||Rosenberger||Born in Quakertown, he was the son of the late Elmer J. Sr. and Eva (Headman) Trumbauer.|
|VAN HORN||M.||William||32||11/30/1830||Doylestown Democrat||Late of Newark, Ohio. Merchant, formerly of Bucks County|
|VAN HORN||William||Henry||3m2w||10/31/1854||Doylestown Democrat||10/10/1854||Lower Makefield.||Christian Vanhorn||son of Christian Vanhorn|
|VAN HORN||William||76||6/21/1853||Doylestown Democrat||6/2/1853||Middletown|
|VAN HORN||William||L||4/18/1854||Doylestown Democrat||4/3/1854|
|VAN HORN||William||Anderson||4y4m||12/3/1845||Doylestown Democrat||11/15/1845||Northampton Twp||Christian Vanhorn||Son of Christian Vanhorn.|
|VAN HORN||William||34||3/24/1829||Doylestown Democrat||3/15/1829||New Hope|
|VAN HORN||Thomas||E.||5||4/24/1849||Doylestown Democrat||4/16/1849||Newton||scarlet fever|
|VAN HORN||Susan||Olivia||10/27/1857||Doylestown Democrat||10/15/1857||Hartford Co., MD||Isaac Vanhorn||widow of Isaac Van Horn.|
|VAN HORN||Sarah||95||5/24/1853||Doylestown Democrat||5/13/1853||New Portville||Jacob Vanhorn|
|VAN HORN||Sarah||41||5/10/1848||Doylestown Democrat||5/2/1848||New Hope|
|VAN HORN||Mrs.||8/6/1822||Doylestown Democrat||8/22/1822||New Hope||wife of Capt. Cornelius Van Horne.|
|VAN HORNE||Jonathan||84||4/22/1846||Doylestown Democrat||4/8/1846||Morrisville||Died in Morrisville|
|VAN PELT||William||Henry||14y4m26d||3/10/1857||Doylestown Democrat||2/26/1857||Sole bury Twp. Centr Hill||Thomas H and Alice Van Pelt||Died in Centre Hill, Solebury Twp. Youngest son of Thomas H. and Alice Van Pelt. Rev. Mr. Shade officiated.|
|VAN PELT||John||58||2/22/1853||Doylestown Democrat||6/26/1852||Toledo, Lucus Co., Ohio||Formerly of Bucks Co.|
|VANHORN||Joseph||4/25/1865||Doylestown Democrat||4/23/1865||Isaac Van Horn||Drowned in Lumberyard at Yardleyville. Leaves wife and 4 children. Brother of Isaac Vanhorn of this borough.|
|VANHORN||Isaiah||56||6/14/1864||Doylestown Democrat||5/9/1864||Middletown||at residence of Wesley White. Buried 18 May 1864 at Bristol Friends burial Ground|
|VANHORN||Pattison||80||7/12/1859||Doylestown Democrat||6/29/1859||Yardleyville||Died in Yardleyville of heart disease|
|VANHORN||Sallie R.||4m18d||8/22/1865||Doylestown Democrat||8/15/1865||Northampton Twp||James and Rebecca Vanhorn|
|VANHORN||Ross||19||7/7/1841||Doylestown Democrat||7/1/1841||New Hope||Died in Borough of New Hope, of typhus fever|
|VANLIEU||Augustus||T.||8/4/1857||Doylestown Democrat||8/3/1857||New York, NY||Murdered in New York, NY|
|VANLUVANEE||Amanda||W.||19||Intelligencer||4/29/1965||Bucks County||Wife of George F.|
|VANLUVANEE||William||30||9/9/1840||Doylestown Democrat||9/3/1840||Doylestown||Died in Doylestown Boro|
|VANLUVANEE||Mary||Catharine||10y9m9d||9/23/1862||Doylestown Democrat||8/25/1862||Plumstead||of diphtheria|
|VANLUVANEE||Mary||73-74||9/22/1863||Doylestown Democrat||9/15/1863||Doylestown||Wife of John Vanluvenee. Died at residence of her son-in-law, John Large, near Doylestown|
|VANLUVANEE||Charles||34||12/13/1859||Doylestown Democrat||12/11/1859||Point Pleasant||Committed suicide by taking arsenic. Leaves widow and 4 children. Toll keeper at Point Pleasant Bridge|
|VANLUVANEE||Abraham||Chapman||7m||2/6/1855||Doylestown Democrat||2/2/1855||Doylestown||John Vanluvanee||Son of John Vanluvanee|
|VANLUVANEE||Russel||W.||Free Press||9/29/1961||Bucks County||Watts||son of Harry and Mary Watts|
|VANLUVANEE||Frank||Free Press||1/3/1964||Bucks County||Robinson||son of Bernard and Mabel Robinson|
|VANLUVANEE||son||8/6/1822||Intelligencer Record||Bucks Co||son of Benjamin|
|VANLUVANEE||Harry||E||86||1/20/2010||Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin||1/18/2010||Endicott NY||Harry E. VanLuvanee, 86, of Endicott, went to be with the Lord Monday January 18, 2010 at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. He was predeceased by his brother, Gerald. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Joyce of Endicott, brother, Allan VanLuvanee, Vestal. He was a retired employee of IBM-Glendale with 35 Years of service. Veteran of WWII serving in the US Army, A member of the Wesley United Methodist Church, Endicott and an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and boating.|
|VANLUVANEE||son||7/30/1805||Intelligencer Record||7/1/1805||Buckingham||son of Philip|
|VANLUVANEE||Daniel||23||12/14/1830||Doylestown Democrat||12/12/1830||Doylestown Twp||of consumption|
|VANPELT||Isaac||65||5/30/1865||Doylestown Democrat||5/27/1865||Buckingham||Highly respected citizen|
|VANSANT||E.||Newton||30||10/20/1863||Doylestown Democrat||10/17/1863||Philadelphia||Formerly of Yardleyville|
|VANSANT||Evaline||43||1/12/1858||Doylestown Democrat||12/23/1857||Middletown||Wife of Charles Vansant|
|VANSANT||Eleanor||36||10/2/1827||Doylestown Democrat||8/28/1827||Warminster||Wife of William Vansant|
|VANSANT||Eliza||71||4/9/1845||Doylestown Democrat||3/31/1845||Warminster Twp||Mrs. Eliza Vansant. Died in Warminster Twp. Wife of Charles Vansant.|
|VANSANT||Harman||67||9/23/1823||Doylestown Democrat||9/13/1823||Warminster||Brig. Gen. Harman Vansant. Died in Warminster Twp. Interred Presbyterian Cemetery, Southampton. Rev. Mr. Lazalere officiated.|
|VANSANT||Howard||S||31||7/17/1866||Doylestown Democrat||7/9/1866||Southampton||They were both listed with these dates|
|VANSANT||Jacob||80||2/26/1861||Doylestown Democrat||1/24/1861||Philadelphia||Died in Somerton, 23 Ward, Philadelphia. Formerly of this County|
|VANSANT||Charlie||4y6m||10/3/1865||Doylestown Democrat||9/24/1865||Steubenville, Ohio||Infant son of J.R. and Lydia Vansant|
|VANSANT||Jane||W||28||9/7/1842||Doylestown Democrat||8/23/1842||Warminster||Wife of James H. Vansant|
|VANSANT||Jane||79||8/20/1850||Doylestown Democrat||8/12/1850||Upper Makefield Twp||Howell||Mrs. Jane Vansant. Of Upper Makefield Twp. Died while on a visit to her son-in-law, Charles Howell, in Mercer Co., NJ|
|VANSANT||Anna Mary||8||11/18/1856||Doylestown Democrat||10/20/1856||Middletown||Daughter of Andrew H. and Sarah Ann Vansant|
|VANSANT||Ann||Doylestown Democrat||9/16/1849||Falls Twp.||Wife of Weaver Vansant|
|VANSANT||Amos||75||3/5/1861||Doylestown Democrat||2/27/1861||Lower Makefield|
|VANSANT||Abel||37||7/24/1855||Doylestown Democrat||7/21/1855||Bristol||Son of George and Margaret Vansant|
|VANSANT||Amanda||9||9/3/1850||Doylestown Democrat||8/7/1850||Bensalem||Youngest daughter of Joseph and Esther Vansant|
|VANSANT||Caroline||16||1/18/1859||Doylestown Democrat||1/6/1859||Bristol||Daughter of William Vansant|
|VANSELOUS||Ida||B||90||3/7/2002||Delaware Valley News||2/28/2002||Erwinna||Philadelphia||Harke||Bohlman||Lewis Sr. and Amelia (Harke) Bohlman, she grew up in a farm in Tinicum Township, Pa., moving to Erwinna more than 675 years ago.|
|VENTRIGLIA||Joseph||Mario||55||Bristol Courier||5/30/2002||Bristol Township||Philadelphia||Leigh||Spina||Mr. Ventriglia was a U.S. Army Veteran, serving in the 7th
Calvary during the Vietnam War. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church at
Beloved husband of 34 years to Marianne (nee Leigh) Ventriglia, he is also survived by 1 daughterhis mother, Marie (nee Spina) Ventriglia , 1 brother
|WAHL||August C||99||8/9/2004||Intelligencer||8/7/2004||He was preceded in death by two wives, Teresa Sandman and Blanch
He was the loving son of the late August C. and Nellie Wahl Sr.
Gus served with the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II and Korea.
|WALSH||Richard||Allan||96||8/8/2005||Bucks County Courier Times||8/5/2005||Lower Makefield Twp Bucks County||Trenton NJ||Woods||Wilson||Born in Trenton, N.J., he has been a Lower Makefield resident for sixty years, Mr. Walsh was the last of twelve children of the late Richard A. and Lillian Wilson Walsh. Husband of the late Eleanore Woods Walsh; he is survived by two sons,|
|WALTERS||Howell||P||85||10/5/2003||Intelligencer||10/2/2003||Easton||Riegelsville||Smakula||Stull||St. Peter's Lutheran Church, married 62 years. Born Oct. 5, 1917 in Riegelsville, he was a son of the late George and Minnie Stull Walters.|
|WAMBOLD||Ernest||K||6/13/2001||News Herald||6/8/2001||West Rockhill||West Rockhill||Moyer||Wambold|
|WEAVER||Mildred||E.||6/20/2001||News Herald||6/15/2001||Philadelphia||Wilkes Barre||Hayman||Hunt|
|WEIDNER||Mary||Elyonta||102||5/30/2004||Courier Times||5/27/2004||Telford||Bristol Bucks County PA||Bothwell||Breece||Born in Bristol, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Jonathon and Lucy (Bothwell) Breece.|
|WEIERMAN||Wayne||R.||6/20/2001||News Herald||6/14/2001||Kulpsville||Rockhill Township||Nyce||Landis|
|WEISEL||Elva||M.R.||85||12/26/2002||Bucks County Herald||12/17/2002||Perkasie||Ackerman||Thomas||Daughter of the late Edward Thomas and Rosa Amelia Heppner Ackerman.|
|WEISS||Harold||J||94||10/30/2003||Morning Call||10/27/2003||Rochester NY||Bethlehem||Siegfried||Son of the late James W. and Emma (Siegfried) Weiss.
Navy Veteran of WWII and member of American Legion Liberty Post 1098, NY.
|WENER||James||I||75||12/16/2002||Intelligencer Record||12/14/2002||Quakertown||Hilltown Twp||Landis||He served as a police officer on the Quakertown Borough force for 30 years before retiring in 1989.|
|WERNER||Geraldine||A||85||4/6/2005||Intelligencer||4/1/2005||Bedminster Bucks County PA||Allentown Lehigh County PA||Hefel||Schanerberger||Geraldine A. Werner of Bedminster Township died Friday, April 1,
2005, of injuries sustained in an automobile accident in East Rockhill
Township. She was 85.
She was the wife of Wilmer H. Werner, who died Sept. 28, 1985.
Born in Allentown, she was a daughter of the late Elwood and Alma (Hefel) Schanerberger.
Mrs. Werner operated the Rosemont Stables, Bethlehem, from 1939 to 1953.
|WHITE||Frances||J||91||2/28/2005||Intelligencer||2/23/2005||Frances J. (O'Beirne) White died Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005. She
She was the beloved wife of the late Thomas B. White and the devoted mother of Thomas B. White III (Catherine), Marian Dowling (Richard), Dermott J. (Lee), Stephen J. (Janeen) and Elaine Talaga (James).
|WILDMAN||Hann||E||30y||3/24/1870||Newtown Enterprise||3/16/1870||Ewing NJ||at res/of George Painter. Wid/o Thomas Wildman. abt. 30y|
|WILLIAMS||Lillian||E||89||3/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||3/20/2005||Doylestown||Mechanicsville||Smith||Carver||Lillian E. Williams of Perkasie died march 20 at Doylestown Hospital. She was 89. She was the wife of the late John P. Williams. Born in Mechanicsville she was the daughter of the late Clarence and Sarah Smith Carver.|
|WILLIAMS||Donald||85||6/19/2003||Delaware Valley News||6/10/2003||Phillipsburg||Upper Black Eddy Bucks County||Duffy||He was a former mayor of Milford.|
|WILLIAMS||Lillian||E||89||3/24/2005||Bucks County Herald||3/20/2005||Perkasie, Bucks, Pennsylvania||Mechanicsville, Bucks, Pennsylvania||Smith||Carver||Lillian E. Williams of Perkasie died March 20, at Doylestown Hospital. She was 89. She was the wife of the late John P. Williams. Born in Mechanicsville she was the daughter of the late Clarence and Sarah Smith Carver. Interment will be in Beverly National Cemetery.|
|WILSON||Curtis||E.||5/2/2001||News Herald||4/23/2001||Roaring Branch||Norfolk, VA||Leatherman||Wilson|
|WRIGHT||Harmon||K||78||11/1/2004||Intelligencer||10/31/2004||Nockamixon||Pittstown NJ||Hummer||Degen||He was the husband of Dorothy (Degen) Wright, who died in
Born June 15, 1926 in Pittstown, N.J., he was the son of the late Roger Sherman and Emma (Hummer) Wright.
|YOUNG||Elizabeth||83||4/7/1870||Newtown Enterprise||3/30/1870||Bristol||Mrs. Elizabeth Young of Bristol, m/o Jacob S. Young, Esq. (Local Depart.)|
|ZELENAK||Michael Jr.||90||5/30/2010||Bucks County Courier Times||5/28/2010||Morrisville, Bucks, PA||Morrisville, Bucks, PA||Vereb||Michael Zelenak Jr.
Michael Zelenak Jr. of Morrisville died Friday, May 28, 2010, in Fox Subacute Care Center, Plymouth Meeting, Pa. He was 90.
Born in Morrisville, Mr. Zelenak had been a lifelong resident of Morrisville.
Mr. Zelenak was self-employed and operator of Mike's Auto Repair in Morrisville for more than 40 years. Ater his retirement, he worked at the machine shop at NAPA in Morrisville.
He served in the Army during World War II under General George Patton in the 1st Armored Division in the African and European Theaters and was a recipient of the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart.
Mike served as president of the Motor Vehicles Inspection Unit for Bucks County.
He was a former member of the Knights of Columbus, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. He also was a member of Morrisville Senior Service Center.
Mike enjoyed collecting things, recycling and Polka music.
Son of the late Michael Sr. and Anna (Vereb) Zelenak, he is survived by his wife of 64 years, Mary Alice (Krier) Zelenak; his five children
|ZIEGENFUSS||Theodore||91||4/26/2010||Intelligencer||4/24/2010||New Hope Bucks County PA||Claussen||Theodore C. Ziegenfuss a longtime resident of New Hope died
Saturday, April 24, 2010, of causes incident to age. He was 91.
Ted was born March 31, 1919 to Frank S. and Bertha Claussen Ziegenfuss. He was a 1937 graduate of Newtown High School.
Mr. Ziegenfuss served honorably in the U.S. Air Force during World War II, successfully completing 29 missions over Germany. He received a Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal GO 63 with two oak leaf clusters and a European African Middle Eastern Silver Medal.
Memorial services will be held privately and at the convenience of the family. For further information or to send condolences visit the Web site listed below. Garefino Funeral Home,
Lambertville, N.J. Www.GarefinoFuneralHome.com
|ZIEGLER||Alice||E||92||4/29/2004||The Free Press||4/11/2004||Souderton||Philadelphia||Fetterolf||Finn||She was the wife of the late William C. Ziegler.
Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Maurice A. and Matilda A. (Fetterolf) Finn.
|ZITTA||Irene||Rachel||83||1/29/2004||The Free Press||1/19/2004||Quakertown||Quakertown||Shaffer||Fox||Born in Quakertown, she was the daughter of the late Walter J. and Rachel (Shaffer) Fox.|
|ZITTA||Irene||Rachel||83||1/29/2004||The Free Press||1/19/2004||Quakertown||Quakertown||Shaffer||Fox||Born in Quakertown, she was the daughter of the late Walter J. and Rachel (Shaffer) Fox.First Church of the Brethren, Quakertown.|
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