Wilbur J. Davidson
Wilbur J. Davidson,
Asked to investigate, police headquarters dispatched Patrolman Paul A. Burson Jr. Unable to detect any signs of life, he notified Dr. Roy Costello, deputy county coroner, who authorized removal of the body.
A World War 1 veteran, Mr. Davidson, was born in
He lived in Wellsville for many years and was one of the first men to be called for service. He served overseas with the 324th Heavy Field Artillery and was in the Argonne Offensive and the march to the
He worked for the former Wellsville Works of the American Sheet and Tin Plate Co. He resided in
He is survived by a son, William J. Davidson, of Butler, Pa.; two brothers, Willard J. Davidson, at home and James R. Davidson, of Wellsville; two sisters; Mrs. Pauline Osborn of Wellsville and Mrs. Anna Marie Hynes of Wellsville R. D. and six grandchildren.
Fr. Gerald X. Curran, pastor of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Wellsville, will conduct prayer service Monday at at the MacLean Funeral Home in Wellsville
Services will be held Tuesday at at the funeral home by Fr. Curran. Burial will be in
Friends may call at the funeral home after Sunday, Monday afternoon and night.