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Fred Evans Wiley, Sr
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Birth: Dec. 1, 1897
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 9, 1964
Delaware County
Pennsylvania, USA

Fred E. Wiley, 66, retired founder and proprietor of Chester Auto Express Co. of Chester, died Friday at his home, 110 Sycamore Lane, Wallingford.
Mr. Wiley retired about a year ago. He was a veteran of World War I and was a member of Sft. Alfred Stevenson Post 190 American Legion, Chester.
He is survived by his widow, the former Anna Hostetler; a son, Fred E. Jr., of Wallingford; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Parsons of Towanda, Pa., and Mrs. Jane Clark of Titusville, Pa.; three brothers, David A. of Thornton, Robert W. of Wallingford and Norman H. of Timonium, Md., a sister, Mrs. Mildred Cloud of Wallingford and seven grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the William S. Bleyler Funeral Home, 500 W. 22nd St., Chester. Burial will be in Lawn Croft Cemetery, Linwood.
Calling hours will be after 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
Family links: 
  David Andrew Wiley (1865 - 1939)
  Agnes H. Wiley (1875 - 1951)
  Anna H. Hostetler Wiley (1899 - 1994)
  John R. Wiley (1895 - 1896)*
  Fred Evans Wiley (1897 - 1964)
  Mildred Agnes Wiley Cloud (1904 - 1970)*
  Norman Hall Wiley (1906 - 1970)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: flowers
Lawn Croft Cemetery
Delaware County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section B Lot 149
GPS (lat/lon): 39.81947, -75.43788
Maintained by: Bill Bloom
Originally Created by: Gore
Record added: Jan 01, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 23684189
Fred Evans Wiley, Sr
Added by: Bill Bloom
Fred Evans Wiley, Sr
Added by: Bill Bloom
Fred Evans Wiley, Sr
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Thank you for your service and sacrifices for our country in World War I, Uncle Fred.
- Bill Bloom
 Added: Apr. 12, 2012

- Bill Bloom
 Added: Oct. 10, 2011

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