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The 1922 Bucks County Intelligencer Obituary Index.
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|Date of Issue
||Name of Deceased
||Date of Death
|4/6/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Nash, Mrs. Catherine
||Mrs. Catherine Nash, daughter of the late John F. and Rachel Myers, died at the home of her son-in-law, William H. Springer, at Wismer, on Sunday morning, April
|8/17/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Neely, Louise Schmidt
||A large number attended the funeral of Mrs. Louise Schmidt Neely wife of Warren A. Neely, of Wyncote Wednesday at 2.30 p. m., the funeral service being held at
|7/27/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Neff, Mrs. Mary E.
||Mrs. Mary E. Neff, one of the oldest citizens of Perkasie, died on Tuesday evening at the home of her son-in-law, John Johnson. She attained the age of 89 years
|10/12/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Nelson, Levi G.
||After an illness that lasted several months, Levi G. Nelson, aged 65 years, died Sunday morning at his home, 168 East Oakland avenue, Doylestown. Mr. Nelson wa
|5/11/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Nicholson, Daniel B.
||Daniel B. Nicholson, 34 years of age, employed by the William A. Pride Salvaging Company, Harriman, died Suddenly Sunday evening in the Pennsylvania Hospital, P
|9/14/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Nolan, Joseph Sr.
||A little son of Joseph Nolan, named Joseph Nolan, Jr., aged about 6 years, died of pneumonia Thursday in a Roman Catholic home for children in or near Philadelp
|11/23/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Nuss, Jacob F.
||Jacob F. Nuss died at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Wagner, between Brunner's school house and Emaus, the result of a fractured
|10/5/1922 12:00:00 AM
||Nyce, Peter L.
||Peter L. Nyce, aged 65, a life-long resident of Towamencin, died Monday at his home in Kulpsville after an illness of eight weeks with Bright's disease and neur