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Obituary10 JUL 1963 IN Lake Co Hammond 10-13-2017 06:33 AM
"Harry L. Attig
Harry Leonard Attig, 71, of Hammond, Ind., formerly of Decatur, died suddenly Friday in Hammond.
He worked for a detective agency out of Chicago and was a veteran of World War I.
The body is in the Snyder Funeral Home in Hammond, Ind.
Friends or relatives of Mr. Attig are asked to call the funeral home.
-- "The Decatur [IL] Herald," 10 JUL 1963, p. 14.
Obituary10 JUL 1963 IL Cook Co Chicago 10-13-2017 06:33 AM
"Harry L. Attig
Harry Leonard Attig, 71, of Hammond, Ind., formerly of Decatur, died suddenly Friday in Hammond.
He worked for a detective agency out of Chicago and was a veteran of World War I.
The body is in the Snyder Funeral Home in Hammond, Ind.
Friends or relatives of Mr. Attig are asked to call the funeral home.
-- "The Decatur [IL] Herald," 10 JUL 1963, p. 14.
Obituary10 APR 1940 PA Blair Co Altoona 10-13-2017 05:35 AM
"SAMUEL WILLIAM ATTIG
Samuel William Attig, retired employe [sic.] of the Pennsylvania railroad company, died at his home, at 5415 Fifth avenue, at 3 o'clock, yesterday morning, after an extensive illness.
Born in Altoona, December 13, 1865, he was the son of James and Sarah (McGlathery) Attig.
Mr. Attig entered the service of the company as a message boy in the general foreman's office in the car shop September 2, 1881, and retired as storehouse attendant in 1934 after 42 years and five months of service.
Members of the family include his wife Laura Thompson Attig, and a son, Harry L. Attig.
He was a member of the First Baptist church and White Cross lodge, Knights of Pythias.
Friends are being received at Laughlin funeral home.
-- Altoona Tribune, 10 APR 1940, p. 10.
Obituary09 MAR 1906 PA Blair Co Greenwood 10-8-2017 09:30 AM
"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.
Obituary09 MAR 1906 WV Hampshire Co Romney 10-8-2017 09:30 AM
"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.
Obituary09 MAR 1906 PA Blair Co Altoona 10-8-2017 09:30 AM
"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.