Charles F Swartz Funeral Home, Newtown, PA

Charles F Swartz Funeral Home

323 Washington Ave
Newtown, PA 18940
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Comment on Charles F Swartz Funeral Home - Newtown, PA written by: Joseph Perkins 4 stars 2011-04-08 11:05:02 Dear Sir, On about Nov. 19, 1978 you were in charge of my cousins funeral, Glenn Thomas Perkins. I was not able to attend and would like to know where his remains/cremains were intered at, perhaps Newtown cemetery with his father John Stanwood Perkins.

Thanks - Joseph (japer103291@aol.com)


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