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The 1916 Bucks County Intelligencer Obituary Index.
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|Date of Issue
||Name of Deceased
||Date of Death
|8/3/1916 12:00:00 AM
||Van Fossen, Joseph
||Joseph Van Fossen, of Philadelphia, who was a hostler at the Red Lion hotel, Quakertown during the proprietorship of P. K. Gable, died of kidney trouble on Satu
|10/12/1916 12:00:00 AM
||VanHart, Mrs. John
||Mrs. Hannah VanHart, wife of John VanHart, of near Roelofs, died suddenly in Philadelphia, after a lingering illness. Interment was made at Thompson Memorial Ch
|6/29/1916 12:00:00 AM
||Vanluvanee, Mrs. Elijah
||Mrs. Vanluvanee, widow of the late Elijah Vanluvanee, who some weeks ago was stricken with paralysis, died Friday night at her residence on the Hillside propert
|3/30/1916 12:00:00 AM
||Vanzant, James T.
||James T. Vanzant died Sunday night at his home at Hulmeville in the 79th year. He had been suffering for the past six months, and his death, it is said, was the