Newspaper: Intelligencer 10/2/1931 James E. Schuler, 18 Died: 9/29/1931

James E. Schuler, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Schuler, Souderton, formerly of North Wales, died suddenly at his home Tuesday morning, as he was about to be removed to the Grand View Hospital. The youth, who was 18 years old, had been ill since last Saturday and physicians say typhoid fever was developing. A weak heart is believed to have caused his death. He had been brought from his bedroom to the hall of his home and was being carried on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance when he succumbed. He was employed in the Dexdale Hosiery Mills, Lansdale. He was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Souderton. Besides his parents, 2 sisters are survivors. They are Cora, living at home, and Mrs. Wesley Freed, of Souderton.





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