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Obituary21 JUL 1886 PA Blair Co Altoona 11-23-2017 04:07 AM
THE DEATH RECORD: The Great Leveler at Work--Funeral Announcements
MRS. BELL CAROLUS
Mrs. Bell Carolus, wife of George Carolus, and daughter of Mrs. S. J. Rutherford, died yesterday at her husband's residence, No. 408, Fifth avenue. She had been ill for some time and her death was not unexpected. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Altoona Times, 21 JUL 1886, p. 1.
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Obituary29 JUL 1886 PA Blair Co Altoona 11-23-2017 03:55 AM
"Death of Mrs. Bell Carolus
Mrs. Bell Carolus, wife of George Carolus, and daughter of the late Mrs. S. J. Rutherford, whose death was announced last week, was born July 4, 1856, and died July 20, 1886, so at the time of her death 30 years and 16 days old. She was united in marriage to George Carolus July 21, 1874, and leaves beside her husband five children, the oldest 11 years of age, the youngest over a year, to mourn her departure. She was from childhood a member of the Eighth avenue Methodist Episcopal church, and having lived a true Christian life her end was peace.
Gently as the wind of autumn
Carries far the tinted leaf,
So the angel reaper coming,
Bore away our sister dear
Up to the eternal summer,
To a land all bright and fair,
Where no storm clouds ever gather;
We shall find her waiting there.
As we keep the richest leafless
'Till another spring shall come,
Sour our Father keeps our darlings
'Till we reach our heavenly home.
There within the gates so pearly
We shall find them hand in hand
Waiting for us in the spring-time
Of that other, better land."
-- Altoona Tribune, 29 Jul 1886, p. 29 Jul 1886, p. 3.
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Death Certificate18 AUG 1921 PA Blair Co Altoona 11-22-2017 09:29 AM
Name: Charles E. Rutherford
Age: 58 years,
Birth Date: 26 SEP 1862
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Father's Name: John Rutherford
Father's Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Mother's Name: Sarah McDowell
Mother's Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Date of Death: 18 AUG 1921
Death Date: Altoona Hospital, Altoona, Pennsylvania
Length of Stay in Hospital: 2 months
Cause of Death: Carcinoma ampulla of vater with metastasis to liver and lungs along with lymphaties
Occupation: Grocer
Informant: Mrs. C. E. Rutherford, 714 Crawford Avenue, Altoona, Pennsylvania
Burial Place: St, Joseph Cemetery
Burial Death: 22 AUG 1921
--Certificate of Death, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Bureau of Vital Statistics. File # 71963. Ancestry Library Edition. Accessed at Champaign County Archives, Urbana, Illinois, 20 NOV 2017.
Obituary22 AUG 1921 PA Blair Co Altoona 11-22-2017 09:28 AM
"FUNERAL THIS MORNING
Charles Rutherford, the well known milkman who passed away last week was for years a member of the Eighth Avenue Methodist Episcopal church and respected and esteemed by members of that congregation. The funeral takes place this morning."
-Altoona Tribune, 22 AUG 1921, p. 4.
Obituary04 APR 1922 PA Blair Co Altoona 11-21-2017 11:09 PM
"WILLIAM E. MCGLATHERY
William E. McGlathery of Kent O., died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning at his home of uremic po poisoning. He was a brother of Jeremiah McGlathery of 516 Sixth avenue; Mrs. Sara Carl, of 1309 Seventh avenue, and Lewis S. McGlathery of Huntington, West Virginia. Mr. McGlathery was born on May 15, 1843. He was a son of Samuel and Elizabeth McGlathery, both deceased. He was a former member of the First United Brethren church of this city but later became an active worker in the Methodist church at Kent. The funeral will be held from his late home in Kent tomorrow afternoon. Seven or eight of his nephews and nieces from this city will leave this morning to attend the funeral."
-- Altoona Tribune, 04 Apr 1922, p. 14
Obituary04 APR 1922 OH Portage Co Kent 11-21-2017 11:09 PM
"WILLIAM E. MCGLATHERY
William E. McGlathery of Kent O., died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning at his home of uremic po poisoning. He was a brother of Jeremiah McGlathery of 516 Sixth avenue; Mrs. Sara Carl, of 1309 Seventh avenue, and Lewis S. McGlathery of Huntington, West Virginia. Mr. McGlathery was born on May 15, 1843. He was a son of Samuel and Elizabeth McGlathery, both deceased. He was a former member of the First United Brethren church of this city but later became an active worker in the Methodist church at Kent. The funeral will be held from his late home in Kent tomorrow afternoon. Seven or eight of his nephews and nieces from this city will leave this morning to attend the funeral."
-- Altoona Tribune, 04 Apr 1922, p. 14