Mrs. Viola Hibbs

Mrs. Viola Hibbs, 81, a lifelong resident of Lower Bucks County died yesterday in the McFarland Nursing Home, burlington, NJ after a lengthy illness.

She had been admitted to the nursinghome only 10 hours before her death.

Mrs. Hibbs lived at her late residence, 101 Main Street, Hulmeville, for 60 years. She was born in Middletown in 1880. The former Viola Richardson, she was the wife of the late Harry Chapman Hibbs.

Surviving are four children: Mrs. Arthur G. Gatland, Buffalo, NY ; Harry S. Hibbsk, Toms River, NJ; Mrs. David P. Begle, Pontiac, Mich., and Mrs. F.A. Davis, Kenmore, NY, and four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The Rev. Robert C. Pike, pastor of the Fairless Hills Methodist Church, will officiate at Funeral services at 2pm Monday at the Faust Funeral home, 902 Bellevue Ave., Hulmeville, Interment will be in Beechwood Cemetery.

Date of Birth October 24, 1879

Date of Death August 10, 1961

Beechwood Cemetery


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