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George McGlathery + Sarah Fies
Thomas Davis
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Richard McGlathery1813 -- 20 DEC 1891avatar
Mary Bartholomew Davis24 JUL 1823 -- 12 MAY 1862avatar
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Sarah6 McGlathery5 6

Birth27 JUL 18545
 
Religion27 MAY 1855
Child Baptism by Rev. Charles D. Cooper
episcopal
Reside1860
Education1869-1870
Model (Primary) School, Young Ladies' Department, A Class, Meritorious, 82%
Reside1869
 
Reside1870
 
Reside1880
 
Reside1900
 
Death27 FEB 1917
Grave2 MAR 1917
Aged: 62.6 years
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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Mary R 

04 JUL 187911 APR 1949  NJ, Mercer Co, Chambersburg Walter M Howell 
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Anna M 

8 MAR 18848 SEP 1967  NJ, Mercer Co, Trenton George Dyson Eavenson 
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  • Newspaper, 23 DEC 1891: "'DIED' .... MCGLATHERY -- In Trenton. N.J.. on the 20th inst. of pneumonia, Richard McGlathery. aged 75 years.

    The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his son-in-law. Joseph K. English, No. 525 Monmouth street. Trenton, N.J.. on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock."
    --"The Philadelphia Inquirer," 23 DEC 1891, p. 6.
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  • Newspaper, 17 JUN 1908: "'EAVENSON ENGISH WEDDING' A very pretty wedding will be solemnized tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. [& Sarah McGlathery] English of Narberth, Pa, when their daughter Anna [Anna M English] will become the bride of George Dyson Eavenson.

    The house will be artistically decorated with palms and cut flowers and the bridal party will stand under an arch of palms. The Rev. I. Newton Stanger of the Church of the Atonement will perform the ceremony.

    The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear a gown of white satin trimmed with tulle and lace, a tulle veil. She will carry bride roses and lilies of the valley, and her only ornament will be a pearl and diamond broach, the gift of the bridegroom.

    Miss English will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Walter M. [Mary R. English] Howell, of Morrisville, Pa., as matron of honor; and her cousin, Miss Nellie H. Mull of Sharon Hill will be maid of honor.
    -- "Trenton Evening Times," Trenton, NJ, Wed., p. 10
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  • Newspaper, 8 NOV 1910: "'GEORGE W. BRUBAKER DIVORCED FROM WIFE,' Special to the Inquirer, NORRISTOWN, Pa., Nov. 7 -- A divorce was granted George W. Brubaker, of Lancaster, here today from his wife, who was the formerly [sic.] Martha Hood, well known socially. According to a statement made by Mr. Brubaker [,] his wife preferred to live with his mother instead of him.

    Other divorces granted were ... Sarah M. [Sarah McGlathery] English from Joseph R. English, Narberth, desertion…."
    -- "The Philadelphia Inquirer," 8 NOV 1910, p. 3.
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  • Newspaper, : SARAH M. HOUGHTON. Funeral services. Fri.. 11 A. M.. residence. 2S2 Hathaway lane. Wvmewood. Pa. Int. private.
    -- "The Philadelphia Inquirer," Philadelphia, PA, 02 Mar 1917, p. 16
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  • Newspaper, 17 JUN 1908: "'EAVENSON ENGISH WEDDING' A very pretty wedding will be solemnized tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. [& Sarah McGlathery] English of Narberth, Pa, when their daughter Anna [Anna M English] will become the bride of George Dyson Eavenson.

    The house will be artistically decorated with palms and cut flowers and the bridal party will stand under an arch of palms. The Rev. I. Newton Stanger of the Church of the Atonement will perform the ceremony.

    The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear a gown of white satin trimmed with tulle and lace, a tulle veil. She will carry bride roses and lilies of the valley, and her only ornament will be a pearl and diamond broach, the gift of the bridegroom.

    Miss English will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Walter M. [Mary R. English] Howell, of Morrisville, Pa., as matron of honor; and her cousin, Miss Nellie H. Mull of Sharon Hill will be maid of honor.
    -- "Trenton Evening Times," Trenton, NJ, Wed., p. 10
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  • Newspaper, 8 NOV 1910: "'GEORGE W. BRUBAKER DIVORCED FROM WIFE,' Special to the Inquirer, NORRISTOWN, Pa., Nov. 7 -- A divorce was granted George W. Brubaker, of Lancaster, here today from his wife, who was the formerly [sic.] Martha Hood, well known socially. According to a statement made by Mr. Brubaker [,] his wife preferred to live with his mother instead of him.

    Other divorces granted were ... Sarah M. [Sarah McGlathery] English from Joseph R. English, Narberth, desertion…."
    -- "The Philadelphia Inquirer," 8 NOV 1910, p. 3.
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  • Newspaper, 09 MAR 1917: "'Disinherits Her Husband' Mrs. Sarah H. Houghton, wife of Dr. Charles W. Houghton, in her will probated in Norristown has disinherited her husband because 'he is amply provided for and does not need any financial assistance." Under the terms of her will Thomas McGlathery, a brother, is made executor of the will, while her two daughters, Millie Howell and Anna [Anna M English] Evenson, are to share equally her entire estate."
    -- "Evening Public Ledger, 09 MAR 1917, p. 18.
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Sources
  1. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1900
  3. Book:Documents of the Ninety-Fifth Legislature of the State of New Jersey...; "Report of the Trustees of the State Normal School"; Website
  4. Marriage Sources:
    FamilySearch Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940
  5. Book:The Philadelphia Inquirer; "George W Brubaker Divorced His Wife" article included other divorces including English v. English; newspapers.com; originally published Philadelphia, PA: the newspaper, 8 NOV 1910; Website
  6. Website:Barbara English West, "Pennsylvania ENGLISH Marriages," "The English Plantation"; West, 2001-2012.;
  1. FamilySearch United States Census, 1860
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1870
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
  4. FamilySearch United States Census, 1900
  5. Book:Gopsill´s Philadelphia Business Directory, 1870,; Issac Costa, compiler; ancestry.com; originally published Philadelphia, PA: James Gospill, 1870, Image 524; Website
  6. Book:Documents of the Ninety-Fifth Legislature of the State of New Jersey...; "Report of the Trustees of the State Normal School"; Website
  7. Website:Baptism Record: Sarah McGlathery; ancestry.com; St Philip's Protestant Episcopal, "Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013," 27 May 1855;
  8. Website:PA Death Certificate: Sarah M. Houghton; ancestry.com: "Pennsylvania, U.S., Death Certificates, 1906-1968." 2 MAR 1917;
  9. Website:PA Death Certificates: Sarah M Houghton; ancestry.com; "Pennsylvania, U.S., Death Certificates, 1906-1968," ;
  10. Marriage Sources:
    FamilySearch Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940
  11. Book:The Philadelphia Inquirer; "George W Brubaker Divorced His Wife" article included other divorces including English v. English; newspapers.com; originally published Philadelphia, PA: the newspaper, 8 NOV 1910; Website
  12. Website:Barbara English West, "Pennsylvania ENGLISH Marriages," "The English Plantation"; West, 2001-2012.;
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