Bucks County Obituaries Doylestown Democrat Vanluvanee Obituaries
Evening Public Ledger May 01,1915
Mary Agnes Vanluvanee, widow of Charles D. Vanluvanee, daughter of Dr. William Wetherill and granddaughter of Jacob W. Seitzinger, of Reading, died April 20, 1907.
Evening ledger., October 24, 1918,
Deaths: Van Luvanee Oct 28, suddenly of pneumonia at Wilmington Del. E. May, wife of Frank W. Vanluvanee (nee Smith). Funeral services and int. private from home of parents, Edwin W. Smith, Oakland Ave., Doylestown PA , Oct 25, 2:30 p.m.
The Ogden standard., August 20, 1918, 3:30 P.M. CITY EDITION
Joseph A. Vanluvanee, Dresher, PA
The Washington times., August 05, 1913, Evening, Page 13, Image 13
Caroline VanLuvanee, 65 years, 624 Keefer Street northwest
The Ambler Gazette 1918-08-22
Joseph Vanluvanee, of Philadelphia, brother of Mrs. Charles McCormick, of Dresher, was killed in action in France on July 30. The young man resided in Ambler until the death of his parents. late reports tell of his glorified death in the service of humanity.
The Ambler Gazette 1913-01-02
Will of Emmaretta McKinlay, widow of John McKinlay, late of Lansdale, children who may be brought before the juvenile court of Montgomery county will be benefited, in that they are to receive an education and have maintenance and support. In addition the testament provides for numerous other bequests of a public nature.
...$1000 to a brother, John Vanluvanee, $1000 to Unita Caffy, a niece and $1000 to a grandniece, Olga Yerkes....
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