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AUG 18734 OCT 1953  PA  
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APR 18761944  PA Lenora Bitner 
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  • Obituary, 7 AUG 1913: Annie H. Hamilton, wife of Gabriel T. Hamilton, died after an illness of but a few weeks. Deceased was the daughter of Allen and Martha McGlathery, deceased, and was aged 67 years. She had resided all her life in the city and vicinity and enjoyed the respect and esteem of a wide circle of friends. She was a charter member of the Morningstar, one of its most earnest workers. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Lewis E. and Grace E. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. John Black and Miss Belle V. McGlathery, both of this city. The funeral 'arrangements have not been completed?"
    - Altoona [PA] Tribune, 7 AUG 1913, p. 10.
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  • Obituary, 28 NOV 1921: ?GABRIEL T. HAMILTON Gabriel T. Hamilton, of Greenwood, died at his home at 8 o'clock last night of a complication of diseases. He had been in poor health for the past year but had been bedfast only a few days. He was born in Logan Township January 18, 1844, and had lived in this vicinity all his life. His wife preceded him to the grave eight years ago. He is survived by two children, Lewis and Grace, three grandchildren and two sisters, the Misses Nannie and Hattie Hamilton, and one half brother, Thomas K Fleck. He was a member of the Third Presbyterian church. Financial services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, Interment to be made at Greenwood, in charge of Rev. McClure. Friends are asked to please omit flowers." - Altoona [PA] Tribune, 28 NOV 1921, p. 10.
  • Obituary, 6 OCT 1953: ?MISS GRACE HAMILTON Of Chicago, formerly of Altoona, died Sunday in the Masonic hospital Chicago, after a brief illness. She was born In Altoona, August 1853, a daughter of Gabriel and Annie McGlathery Hamilton. Miss Hamilton was a member of the Moody church in Chicago and had been engaged in youth work in that church. She leaves a sister-in-law, Mrs. L. B. Hamilton; and a nephew and two nieces. Fred L. Hamilton, Miss Martha Hamilton and Miss Ruth Hamilton, all of Altoona. The body will be brought to Altoona and arrangements will be announced later by the Gilden Barton funeral home.? - Altoona Tribune, Tuesday, 6 OCT 1953, p. 12.
  • Obituary, 28 FEB 1903: "'RECORD OF DEATHS. Names of Persons Who Have Joined the Great Majority.' At 11.30 o'clock yesterday morning[,] Asenath M., daughter of Allen and Martha Martha McGlathery, deceased, died at her home, 1409 Eighth avenue, of a complication of diseases. Her illness extended over a period of twenty years, and although a great sufferer she bore all with Christian grace, expressing a desire to be willing not only to do, but to suffer her Master's will. She was a faithful member of the First Presbyterian church and is survived by one brother, Samuel T., of Rowney, W.. Va., and four sisters: Mrs. John Black, Mrs. G. T. Hamilton, Mrs. T. C. Parsons and Belle V., of Altoona. Funeral services will be conducted at the house at 4 o'clock this afternoon by Rev. J. W . Bain. Private interment at "a later hour in Fairview cemetery."
    --Altoona Tribune, 28 Feb 1903, Sat, Page 1
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  • Obituary, 09 MAR 1906: "Mrs. Frances Lloyd Parsons, wife of Thomas Clayton Parsons, the well known East Side real estate and loan investment agent, at 8:45 yesterday morning, at her home, 1312 Eighth Avenue. Pneumonia followed by another complication covering a period of more than 6 weeks was the cause of her death. She was daughter of Allen and Martha McGlathery deceased, of Altoona and was born in West Virginia in 1854. Had she lived until the 18th of this month she would have been 52 years of age. She was married on December 24, 1878. In her death, Altoona lost one of its most beloved woman and the First Presbyterian church one of its most devoted members. For twelve years prior to her marriage [,] she was organist tin [sic.] the church and for many years played organ at prayer meetings. She was organist of the primary school for upwards of twenty years. She was a prominent member of the Women's Missionary society. She is survived by her husband and a son, Thomas Chester Parsons, and the following brothers [sic.] Samuel T. McGlathery, Romney, W. Va., Mrs. Sarah H. Black, and Mrs. Annie H. Hamilton, Greenwood. Funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Friends, please omit flowers."
    -"Altoona Times" (PA) 9 MAR 1904, p. 8.
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  • Obituary, 11 JUN 1909: "'DEATH RECORD'
    Samuel T. McGlathery, of heart failure, at his home in Springfield, W. Va. He was a son of the late Allen McGlathery, of this city, and a brother of Mrs. John Black, Mrs. Gabriel T. Hamilton and Miss Belle McGlathery, also of this city. He was aged 72 years."
    --"Altoona Tribune," 11 JUN 1909, p. 12.
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  • Obituary, 7 AUG 1913: Annie H. Hamilton, wife of Gabriel T. Hamilton, died after an illness of but a few weeks. Deceased was the daughter of Allen and Martha McGlathery, deceased, and was aged 67 years. She had resided all her life in the city and vicinity and enjoyed the respect and esteem of a wide circle of friends. She was a charter member of the Morningstar, one of its most earnest workers. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Lewis E. and Grace E. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. John Black and Miss Belle V. McGlathery, both of this city. The funeral 'arrangements have not been completed?"
    - Altoona [PA] Tribune, 7 AUG 1913, p. 10.
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  • Obituary, 6 OCT 1953: ?MISS GRACE HAMILTON Of Chicago, formerly of Altoona, died Sunday in the Masonic hospital Chicago, after a brief illness. She was born In Altoona, August 1853, a daughter of Gabriel and Annie McGlathery Hamilton. Miss Hamilton was a member of the Moody church in Chicago and had been engaged in youth work in that church. She leaves a sister-in-law, Mrs. L. B. Hamilton; and a nephew and two nieces. Fred L. Hamilton, Miss Martha Hamilton and Miss Ruth Hamilton, all of Altoona. The body will be brought to Altoona and arrangements will be announced later by the Gilden Barton funeral home.? - Altoona Tribune, Tuesday, 6 OCT 1953, p. 12.
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  1. Findagrave Gabriel T. Hamilton
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
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  5. FamilySearch United States Census, 1920
  6. Website:Altoona Tribune; Obituary: Gabriel T. Hamilton; Newspapers.com; Originally published Altoona, PA: the newspaper, 28 NOV 1921, p. 10.;
  1. Findagrave Annie H. McGlathery Hamilton
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1850
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
  4. FamilySearch United States Census, 1900
  5. FamilySearch United States Census, 1910
  6. Website:Altoona Tribune; Obituary: Ann H. Hamilton; Newspaper.com; Originally published Altoona, PA: the newspaper, 7 AUG 1913, p. 16.;
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