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Obituary24 SEP 1927 AL Jefferson Co Birmingham 1-17-2020 09:33 PM
"'Mortuary'.... Marcus P. McGlathery"
Funeral service for Marcus P. McGlathery, of 1700 Huntsville Avenue, who died Friday at the residence, were to be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Masonic Temple. Burial was to be in Elmwood Cemetery, Johns in charge. Surviving are the mother, a sister, Mrs. G. D. Brittlan, and a brother, H. W. McGlathery."
-- "The Birmingham News", 24 SEP 1927, p. 14.
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Obituary05 APR 1919 AL Mobile Co Mobile 1-17-2020 07:43 PM
"'MRS. McGLATHERY DIES IN MOBILE'
Mrs. Mark McGlathery, who formerly lived in Philadelphia, died yesterday in Mobile.

Her remains will be brought to Birmingham and buried there tomorrow.

Mrs. McGlathery went to Mobile a short time ago to visit her husband's sister, Mrs. George D. Britton. She was sick when she left Birmingham and constantly grew worse.

Hugh McGlathery went to Birmingham to attend the [funeral, the story ended without conclusion].

"The Gadsden Daily Times," 05 APR 1919, p. 1.
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Obituary05 APR 1919 AL Jefferson Co Birmingham 1-17-2020 07:43 PM
"'MRS. McGLATHERY DIES IN MOBILE'
Mrs. Mark McGlathery, who formerly lived in Philadelphia, died yesterday in Mobile.

Her remains will be brought to Birmingham and buried there tomorrow.

Mrs. McGlathery went to Mobile a short time ago to visit her husband's sister, Mrs. George D. Britton. She was sick when she left Birmingham and constantly grew worse.

Hugh McGlathery went to Birmingham to attend the [funeral, the story ended without conclusion].

"The Gadsden Daily Times," 05 APR 1919, p. 1.
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Newspaper05 APR 1919 AL Mobile Co Mobile 1-17-2020 07:38 PM
"'Funerals and Deaths' ….
Funeral services for Mrs. M. P. McGlathery, who died at Mobile yesterday, will be held from home, 1700 Huntsville Avenue, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with burial in Oak Hill. Johns in charge."
--"The Birmingham News," 05 APR 1919, p. 8.
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Newspaper25 APR 1918 AL Jefferson Co Birmingham 1-17-2020 07:05 PM
"'MARRIAGE LICENCES ISSUED' …. Jeanette M. McCoach. 1135 Foulkrod st. and Warren [sic.] P. McGlathery, Birmingham, Ala."
--"The Philadelphia Inquirer," Philadelphia, PA: the newspaper, 25 APR 1918, p. 8
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Newspaper21 JUN 1897 PA Philadelphia Co Frankford 1-17-2020 06:35 PM
"'Marriage Licences, Marriages, and Deaths" …. MARRIAGES. …. McCOACH-SNYDER. --On June 16. 1897, at 4624 Franklin street. Frankford, by the Rev. C. M. Boswell, assisted by the Rev. M. G. Kyle. JAMES WILLIAM McCOACH to Miss CARRIE V. SNYDER, both of Frankford."
--"The Times," Philadelphia, PA, 21 JUN 1897, p. 5.