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Newspaper17 AUG 1932 CA Placer Co Roseville 3-27-2021 09:42 PM
"'Grace Malone and Albert E. Vaughn Are Wed' Mrs. Grace Malone became the bride of Albert E. Vaughn at a simple service performed last Saturday morning by Judge-Moran in Reno. The couple motored to Reno, returning to make their home at 223 Manzahita avenue, Mrs. Malone for the last 12 years has held a responsible position in the store department of the Pacific Fruit Express Vaughn resided In Atlanta, Georgia, until five years ago, when he came to Roseville. He is employed by the Pacific Fruit Express also, in the car department."
-- "The Press-Tribune," Roseville, CA, 17 Aug 1932, Wed., p. 4
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Newspaper17 AUG 1932 NV Washoe Co Reno 3-27-2021 09:42 PM
"'Grace Malone and Albert E. Vaughn Are Wed' Mrs. Grace Malone became the bride of Albert E. Vaughn at a simple service performed last Saturday morning by Judge-Moran in Reno. The couple motored to Reno, returning to make their home at 223 Manzahita avenue, Mrs. Malone for the last 12 years has held a responsible position in the store department of the Pacific Fruit Express Vaughn resided In Atlanta, Georgia, until five years ago, when he came to Roseville. He is employed by the Pacific Fruit Express also, in the car department."
-- "The Press-Tribune," Roseville, CA, 17 Aug 1932, Wed., p. 4
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Newspaper10 OCT 1897 CA San Francisco Co 3-20-2021 08:08 AM
"Applaud the Deed: Citizens Rejoice Over the Valiant Rescue; Unanimous Opinions Expressed in Different Ways,' .... MISS MARY McGLADERY [Mary McGladery] (San Francisco Ladies' Protection and Relief Society) The women of America sympathized thoroughly with Miss Cisneros [Evangelina Cosio Y Cisneros]. When She was in distress and danger; they can now as thoroughly rejoice with her. She has escaped. She owes it to the loyalty of Americans toward the oppressed."
-- "The San Francisco Examiner," 10 OCT 1897, SUN, p. 14.
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Newspaper22 MAR 1922 AL Morgan Co Albany, Benevolent Society Hospital 3-15-2021 10:56 AM
"Mrs. R. M. McGlathery and baby who have been at the Benevolent hospital, returned to their home on Jackson street Saturday."
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Obituary8 NOV 1946 AL Tuscaloosa Co Tuscaloosa, University Of Alabama 3-15-2021 10:22 AM
"'YOUTH PASSES AT JEFFERSON'
Roy Munsey McGlathery Jr., aged 24, died Friday morning at seven o'clock at Jefferson county hospital following an operation. Young McGlathery had been ill for the past five years, having been stricken while a student at the University of Alabama.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at three o'clock at Central Methodist church, the cortege leaving the residence on Sherman Street at 2:45. Internment will be mate at Hartselle city cemetery Brown directing. Other details were awaiting the return [of the] family from Birmingham [were] they had been at the youth's bedside. Dr. and Mrs. McGlathery, the parents Rev. Wayland McGlathery, Davenport, Iowa, a brother and Miss. Kathleen McGlathery, a sister, were [there] at the bedside.

Young McGlathery, prior to his [death he was?] among the best and [well?] known boys of De[catur. His?] principal interests were [in his] church, Central Methodist, and in Boy Scout activities."
--"Decatur Daily," 8 NOV 1946, FRI p. 1. Portions of the newsprint wore off the page, thus the use of brackets for guessed at words.
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Obituary8 NOV 1946 AL Jefferson Co 3-15-2021 10:22 AM
"'YOUTH PASSES AT JEFFERSON'
Roy Munsey McGlathery Jr., aged 24, died Friday morning at seven o'clock at Jefferson county hospital following an operation. Young McGlathery had been ill for the past five years, having been stricken while a student at the University of Alabama.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at three o'clock at Central Methodist church, the cortege leaving the residence on Sherman Street at 2:45. Internment will be mate at Hartselle city cemetery Brown directing. Other details were awaiting the return [of the] family from Birmingham [were] they had been at the youth's bedside. Dr. and Mrs. McGlathery, the parents Rev. Wayland McGlathery, Davenport, Iowa, a brother and Miss. Kathleen McGlathery, a sister, were [there] at the bedside.

Young McGlathery, prior to his [death he was?] among the best and [well?] known boys of De[catur. His?] principal interests were [in his] church, Central Methodist, and in Boy Scout activities."
--"Decatur Daily," 8 NOV 1946, FRI p. 1. Portions of the newsprint wore off the page, thus the use of brackets for guessed at words.
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