May 1962, Friday 18th

Edna G. Hellings Miller, 73, of 900 South Pine St. Langhorne Manor, died yesterday in the Lower Bucks County Hospital. The wife of the late Henry Uwellan Miller Sr., Mrs. Miller was born in Middletown Township and resided in Langhorne for 22 years.

Mrs. Miller was a member of the Neshamony Methodist Church of Hulmeville and the Friendship Council, 41, Sons and Daughters of Liberty of Penndel.

Mrs. Miller is survived by Mrs. John C. DeSantis of Phila., Henry U. Miller Jr. of Langhorne, Mrs. Charles Sinkler of Newportville Heights and Harold D. Miller of Hulmeville.

Beechwood Cemetery


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