Clark, Samuel G.

At Langhorne, November 18, 1938, aged 81 years, relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral at his late home, 220 W. Maple avenue on Tuesday, November 22, at 2 pm.internment Newtown cemetery.

Mrs. Sarah Ann Clark, 88, widow, died Friday at her home, 302 w. Maple Avenue, Langhorne, a member of Langhorne Methodist Church. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Nettie Coyle; a son, Earl Clark of Langhorne and 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Dunn Funeral Home. Rev. Robert L. Curry of Langhorne, internment was in Newtown Cemetery.

George S. Ahlee 80, h. of the late Anna Black Ahlee of 212 Pennsylvania Avenue, Hulmeville, died Wed. at the medicenter in Bristol., born in Bristol Boro, he lived in Hulmeville 40 years prior to his retirement in 1958, he was a foreman in theplexiglass department of rohm and Haas, Bristol. Surviving is a brother, Wilfred Ahlee of St. Petersburg., FL.

Linfred James Benner, birthplace, Middletown Twp, occupation truck driver, Henry Palmer Co., father: Linfred C. Benner, Birthplace: Northampton Twp, PA, Mother: Fannie White, birthplace: Philadelphia, PA Age: 32 years, 2 months, 24 days.

November 10, 1953, Father's name (per Nettie Coyle) John, SS# 722-09 3163, Mail Carrier, Reading Railroad, Home address, 133 E. Maple Avenue, Langhorne, PA. Date of birth: March 12, 1885 , Signed by J.E. Lindsay, MD, Richboro, PA, mother's maiden name: uncertain, birthplace: Delaware, was the deceased in the armed forces? - NO, buried in Beechwood Cemetery.

November 25, 1967, Home address: 330 Lincoln Avenue - Newtown Bucks County PA 18940, Died at Lower Bucks Hospital, Bristol Twp. Date of birth April 18, 1889 , place of birth New Hope, PA, Spouse: Elmer H. Coyle, Mother: Sarah Vanluvanee, Father: Samuel CLARK, informant: Blanche MOBLEY, 61 Rose Arbor Lane, Levittown, PA 19055 SS#: 722-09-3162d . Nettie COYLE is buried in Beechwood Cemetery Hulmeville, Section #7 (47) Div. "B", lot 29, Grave #4.


Fred Clark Jr.

Fred Clark Jr. of Doylestown died January 1, 1999 at his residence. He was 87.

Born May 31, 1911, he was a son of the late Frederick and Julianna Clark.

He was also predeceased by his wife, Clara (Edwards) Clark.

He was the father of Elizabeth (George) Caddick of Doylestown. He was the grandfather of Georgia Burleigh, Richard Caddick, and William Caddick. He was the brother of Dorothy Page and Julianna Jolly. He is also survived by four great-grandchildren.

Fred is well remembered for his love for of the arts and artists. He was the proprietor of the Fred Clark Art Museum and Gallery in Carversville, which housed many well known Bucks County artists until it's closing.

Fred helped many people in need through the years. He will be missed by many.

Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Tuesday, January 5, 1999 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the Wm. Rowen Grant Funeral Home, Southampton. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. in the funeral home, with interment to follow in Lawnview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations be made to the Doylestown Hospital Hospice. Date of Death: 1999-01-01 00:00:00


Julian Clark

Julian Clark of Trumbauersville Borough, Bucks County died Monday, February 1, 1999 at his residence. He was 85.

His funeral service will be at the Jeffrey A. Naugle Funeral Home, Quakertown at 11 a.m. Tuesday, February 9, 1999. Friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Interment will be in West Swamp Mennonite Cemetery, Quakertown. Date of Death: 1999-02-01 00:00:00

William J. Clark William J. Clark of Upper Black Eddy, Bucks County died suddenly at his home on April 19, 1999. He was 77 and a former resident of Abington. He was the husband of the late Doris I. Clark who died in 1997. Born in Philadelphia, he was a son of the late Fredericka Bailey and Robert E. Clark Sr. He graduated from Northeast High School in 1939 and went to work at his family’s business, Peerless Laundry in Philadelphia. He was the chief engineer and soon became a partner in the firm. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Air Force as a tail gunner on B-17s in the 29th Bombardment Squadron and flew in 25 missions over Germany. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal with clusters and had a part in the movie ‘The Memphis Belle’ that featured the crew of a bomber that flew in the German skies. Following the war, he returned to work in the family laundry business until it closed in 1969. He then worked for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a chief engineer for several government installations until his retirement in the mid 1980’s. He was a Mason and a member of the Richmond Lodge No. 230 F. & A.M., Philadelphia.

He is survived by his sister, Marie Sage of Ocean City, N.J.; two brothers, Robert E. Clark Jr. of Ocean City, N.J. and Milton Clark of New Fairfield, Conn.; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 22 at 11 a.m. at the Baron Rowland Funeral Home, 1059 Old York Rd., Abington. The family will receive friends after 10 a.m. Masonic service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be in West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Date of Death: 1999-04-19 00:00:00


Sandra Diane Clark

Sandra Diane (Wesner) Clark of Hatboro died Thursday, June 10, 1999 at Warminster Hospital. She was 57.

She was the beloved wife of Harry A. Clark.

Relatives and friends are invited to call Tuesday, June 15, 1999 from 10:30 a.m. at the Kirk and Nice Suburban Chapel, 333 County Line Rd., Feasterville, where funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Interment to follow in Forest Hills Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.

Date of Death: 1999-06-10 00:00:00


Maynard Clark


Memorial services for Maynard Clark, 81, will be held on Sunday, February 27, 2000 at 2 p.m. at Self-Realization Fellowship, 217 East 28th Street, New York City. Mr. Clark died on February 2 at the home of his daughter, Mary Beth Johnson in Wales, Wis.

Mr. Clark was a professional photographer whose work was published in magazines such as ‘Time,’ ‘Life,’ ‘Saturday Evening Post’ and ‘Collier’s’ from the late 1940’s to the late 1960’s. He subsequently pursued filmmaking and created an award-winning documentary. In later life he tried his hand at writing screenplays and invented whimsical bird puppets.

Born in Charleston, W.Va., Mr. Clark was the son of Hal H. and Sara M. Clark. He grew up in Bucks County and attended The Solebury School.

During World War II, he became a Flight Officer with the U.S. Army Air Force. He took up aerial photography following the war.

Some of Mr. Clark’s early photographs of noted personalities in the Bucks County area have been exhibited at the James A. Michener Art Museum. Mr. Clark lived in the Doylestown area for a number of years. He moved to Wales, Wis. in 1997.

Date of Death: 2000-02-27 00:00:00

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