I finally found the Obituary for Bernard Coyle after searching on Google. This was mistakenly listed under Lydia Wilhelm, Bernard's Spouse, as follows:
Easton Daily Express, Thursday, July 17, 1884
Another old resident of South Easton, will known and respected by the many who for years past have been his friends and fellow-citizens, has passed to the world beyond. Just as the whistle announced the arrival of noon yesterday the spirit of Bernard Coyle wended it's way in the realms of eternity.
Mr. Coyle was born in County Caven, Ireland, in 1819. When but a few years his parents emigrated to America and settled at Mauch Chunk. All the education he possessed was obtained in the then crude schools of Luzerne County. His boyhood days were spent in the mines and on the canal as a mule driver. In 1943 he gave up this business and connected himself as teamster for the lumber firm of the Messrs McKeen. With them he remained until 1857, when the panic induced him to retire to a small farm in Williams Township near what is now the South Easton Borough line. In 1866 he removed to Chester, but returning to South Easton in 1869 he has since engaged there in the handling of coal and wood.
In 1846, the deceased was married to Lydia A. Wilhelm, by whom he had four sons, Thomas, John, Henry and William, and two daughters Sarah, wife of Terence McCabe and Mary, who died in May 1881. Of the survivors all live in south Easton except the eldest, Thomas, who resides at Perth Amboy. N.J.
For some years the deceased has been suffering from a complication of diseases, chief among which was Bright's disease. He was however, enable to attend to his business until about nine weeks ago, when weakness compelled his retirement. He suffered greatly during the past two months, until death yesterday released him from the troubles incident human life and wafted his spirit into the joys of the world beyond.