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Elizabeth Kennedy Hunter Obit (1919).txt



Obituary: Newspaper clipping from Jean Reid Edwards. The date and then ame of the newspaper have been cut off. 

MRS. A. REED DIED AT HOME WEDNESDAY. 
Deceased Had Been Ill for Past Four Months---Death Not Unexpected. 
HAD RESIDED IN VICINITY 37 YEARS.      

MRS. ELIZABETH M.REED, wife of Alec Reed, died at her home on Woodland Avenue, last night at 11:30 of a complication of disease at the age of 41 years.  Mrs. Reed had been ill for the past four months and had been in the Clearfield Hospital for the past week.  Her condition became so bad that the attending physician there advised Mr. Reed to bring her home, that she was beyond help.      

Her parents, her husband, her children, four of her brothers and two of her sisters were at her bedside when she passed away.  The deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter, of Rossiter, and was born in Coal City, Illinois. She came to this vicinity when but four years of age and had lived in close proximity to Punxsutawney up until 15 years ago when the family moved to this place where it has since resided.      

Mrs. Reed was a memberof the First Presbyterian Church, a member of the Eastern Star, and of the G. I. A. She was a thorough Christian woman, a good mother, a kindly neighbor, and is sincerely mourned by a host of friends and relatives in this vicinity. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter, of Rossiter, her husband and five children, namely: Myrtle, Samuel, Mabel, William, and Rosella; five sisters: Mrs. G. F. Long, Mrs. Harold Saunders and Miss Rosella Hunter, of Pittsburgh, Mrs. William Cryer, of Altoona and Mrs. Lydia Hunter at home; four brothers: Samuel Hunter of Portage and Gordon, William, and James at home in Rossiter.      

Funeral arrangements have not been made. 

Obituary: Newspaper clipping from Jean Reid Edwards. Date and name of paper are cut off. 

MRS. ELIZABETH M. REED 
Mrs. Elizabeth M.Reed, wife of Alexander Reed, died at her home in Punxsutawney on October 8, aged 41 years. She leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter, of Rossiter; her husband and five children; five sisters: Mrs. G. F. Long. Mrs. Harold Saunders and Miss Rosella Hunter of Pittsburgh; Mrs. William Cryer of Altoona and Miss Lydia Hunter, of Portage, and Gordon, William, and James Hunter of Rossiter.





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