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The 1918 Bucks County Intelligencer Obituary Index.
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|Date of Issue
||Name of Deceased
||Date of Death
|1/17/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Wackenhut, Mrs. John
||Mrs. John Wackenhut, of Mozart, died suddenly on January 2, having suffered a hemorrhage of the lungs. She had also been ill with heart trouble for some time. T
|11/21/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Artemus Wagner, son of William and Nellie (nee Meitzler) Wagner, of Quakertown, died on Saturday, November 9th, of meningitis, aged 6 weeks. The parents survive
|7/11/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Wagonhorst, Evelyn J.
||Evelyn J., the daughter of Principal L. H. Wagonhorst and wife, died last Thursday, at Camp Hill, Cumberland county, where the mother and the nine children were
|12/12/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Walker, Miss Mabel H.
||Mabel H. Walker, daughter of Edwin C. Walker, of Southampton, died on Monday, December 2d. The funeral was held on Thursday at 2.30 o'clock, from her father's h
|8/1/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Walker, Mrs. Lewis
||Bessie Johnson, wife of Lewis Walker, of Melrose Park, died Monday at the age of 39 years. Mrs. Walker is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Johnson, of Lumber
|12/5/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Ralph Walker, formerly a resident of Doylestown, died at Conshohocken on Friday from tuberculosis, after being bedfast for five weeks. Mr. Walker was an electr
|12/26/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Wall, Mrs. Sarah
||Mrs. Sarah Wall, widow of George W. Wall, died early Saturday morning at the home of her son, Willis Wall, of Dolington. She was 87 years of age. Mrs. Wall was
|3/7/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Walp, Mrs. Elwood
||Mrs. Elwood Walp, died on Wednesday night at her home on the Edge Hill road, in one of the Frazier houses. Mrs. Walp had been ill for a long period. The family
|1/17/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Walter, George W.
||George W. Walter died Thursday, January 16th, at his late residence in Point Pleasant, aged 75 years, 2 months and 23 days. Mr. Walter was born in Tinicum town
|1/10/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Walter, Samuel A.
||Samuel A. Walter, a highly respected farmer of Plumstead township, died Thursday at his home at Smith's Corner, after an illness lasting several months followin
|10/17/1918 12:00:00 AM
||John Walters, aged 32 years, of Sellersville, died on Tuesday night of influenza.
|5/9/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Heston Walton, a well-known farmer of Warminster township, died Seventh-day, fifth-month 4th, at his late home, corner of County Line and Johnsville roads, aged
|6/27/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Walton, John C.
||Death claimed John C. Walton, of Quakertown on Wednesday, June 19th, at the age of 70 years. He is survived by his wife and three children, Mrs. Archie Diehl an
|1/31/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Warren Wambold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wambold, of Hellertown, died Thursday, from convulsions, aged fifteen months. His parents survive with two brothers.
|4/18/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Cornelius Ward, a former well known resident of Bristol, died at his home in New York on Tuesday. The funeral of the deceased was held on Friday morning from t
|5/30/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Ward, Mrs. Annie E.
||The funeral of Mrs. Annie E. Ward was held in the Richboro Reformed Church on Sunday afternoon. Rev. A. J. Walter, pastor of the church, conducted the services.
|3/14/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Wasser, Sallie G.
||Mrs. Sallie G. Wasser, wife of William Wasser, New Britain, died Tuesday, aged 59 years.
|5/2/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Waters, Mrs. Frank
||Mrs. Frank Waters, of 645 Spruce street, Bristol, died at her home Sunday evening, after an illness lasting five months. Mrs. Waters is survived by her husband
|8/29/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Watson, B. Woolston
||B. Woolston Watson, the oldest resident of Fallsington, died at his late home after an illness of some duration, aged _8 years. A large number of relatives and
|9/5/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Watson, Mrs. Elizabeth
||Relatives in Doylestown have received word of the death of Elizabeth, wife of Chester A. Watson, of Philadelphia, formerly of Lahaska.
|10/24/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Raymond, youngest son of the late Oliver Watson, formerly of Fallsington, died recently of pneumonia at Camp Meade.
|7/4/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Watts, Mrs. Elizabeth
||Mrs. Elizabeth Watts died last Saturday, June 22d, at her home, Penn street, near Court, Newtown, aged 72 years. Last fall she was stricken with paralysis and h
|11/28/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Weidemoyer, Mrs. Henry
||Katie (nee Loux), wife of Henry Weidemoyer, died at her home in Souderton Wednesday night after an illness of pneumonia, having been taken sick Tuesday a week a
|1/3/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Weinberger, Mrs. Nettie
||Mrs. Nettie Weinberger died early on Monday morning at the home of her father Samuel Cramer, Hartsville, after several months severe suffering from tuberculosis
|12/12/1918 12:00:00 AM
||Weiss, Mrs. William B.
||Mrs. Amanda Purdy Weiss, wife of William B. Weiss, Doylestown, died at 10.30 Saturday morning at her home on East Oakland avenue after an illness lasting about