Surname: Hamilton

Biography of Alphius Lamont Hamilton

Alphius Lamont Hamilton. Forty-five years of continuous work and association with the law, public office, politics and civic affairs in El Dorado and, Butler County have naturally made Alphius Lamont Hamilton one of the noteworthy figures in that section of Kansas. That he takes first rank in the Kansas bar is a distinction that will be readily acknowledged by lawyers all over the state. He is also the dean of the profession in his home county. No one could be more thoroughly American than Judge Hamilton. His ancestors have been connected with every great war in which our nation engaged

Johnson, Mina Hazel (Womack, Litchfield) – Obituary

Wallowa County native Mina Hazel, (Womack, Litchfield) Johnson died Thursday, March 21, 1996, at Wallowa Memorial Hospital. She had been a resident of the Wallowa County Nursing Home for the past year. She was born December 12, 1903, at Lostine, the daughter of Jacob (Clairborne) and Emily (Elestia-Emma) Womack. As a young woman she met and married Ira Litchfield. They had two children, James M. (McClelland) and Esther D. He preceded her in death. On August 20, 1937, she married Eugene E. (Tiny) Johnson. They lived in Wallowa for many years before moving to Enterprise. He preceded her in death

Hamilton, William S. – Obituary

Pioneer Dies This Morning William S. Hamilton Passes On At the Home of His Son at End of Long Illness William S. Hamilton died at the home of his son this morning of an extended illness. He was formerly of Wallowa where he was employed as engineer by the Nibley-Mimnaugh Lumber company for a period of 10 years. Interment will be made in the Summerville cemetery on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock under the auspices of the I. O. O. F. of which the deceased was a member. Snodgrass and Zimmerman undertaking parlors have charge of the body. William S.

Hamilton, Ralph – Obituary

Tuesday morning the body of Ralph Hamilton arrived from a Florida Camp, he too, dieing from pneumonia following an attack of Spanish Influenza. Ralph left in June with a quota of Wallowa County boys for Benson Polytechnic School, Portland, for special training for the army. He was stationed in the Remount Depot near Jacksonville, Florida. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday from the Methodist church. The funeral services were conducted by the Knights of Pythias and the members of the state militia from Enterprise. Our boys are going one by one and we realize the prices of war all the more

Biography of Henry Clinton Hamilton

Among the important industrial enterprises which have been factors in the commercial development of Bartlesville is that of the Commerce Candy Company, whose plant is located on North Park street. Henry Clinton Hamilton is serving as president of the corporation and the fact that he has been chosen to fill this responsible position is indisputable proof of his marked executive ability, business acumen and enterprise. He was born in Estill county, Kentucky, September 1, 1861, and is a son of Granville and Julie (Witt) Hamilton, who were also natives of the Blue Glass state, In which the father followed the

Hamilton, T.M. – Obituary

Wallowa, Wallowa County, Oregon T.M. Hamilton, a well known and highly respected citizen of Wallowa, died at his home on Bear Creek, last Saturday. Mr. Hamilton had been troubled with heart disease for nearly three years and was obliged to keep his room. Friday he suffered a paralytic stroke and death came at about one o’clock Saturday morning. Although he retained consciousness to the last, he did not seem to realize that he was paralyzed. Thomas M. Hamilton was born in Vinton County, Ohio, Aug. 23, 1832; died Aug. 30, 1902; age 70 years, 7 days. He was married in

Biography of James M. Hamilton

In a record that gives a history of those who have contributed to the agricultural development of Washington County mention should be made of James M. Hamilton, a pioneer of Oklahoma, who passed away in 1911, at the comparatively early age of forty-two years, his demise being deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. A native of Missouri, he was born April 1, 1869, and in 1883 came to Indian Territory with his parents, Hugh Evans and Olivia (Snodgrass) Hamilton, who settled on a farm near the Wauhillau post office. Both are now deceased, the former passing away in

Hamilton, Charlie – Obituary

Alicel, Union County, Oregon Charlie Hamilton, Alicel Farmer, Taken By Death Charlie Hamilton, 75, farmer from Alicel, died Wednesday, June 9, in a local hospital after a long illness. Mr. Hamilton was born in Scioto, Ohio, August 25, 1867. He had been a resident of Union county for 70 years. Survivors are three sisters; Mrs. Walter Pratt, Mrs. J. G. Wright and Mrs. Charles Gray. He also had several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 13, at the Snodgrass Funeral Home. Rev. Irvin S. Motz will officiate. Burial will be in the Summerville

Hamilton, C. W. – Obituary

C. W. Hamilton, Of Lower Cove, Called by Death Charles W. Hamilton was born in Scioto, county, Ohio, May 2, 1845 where he lived until 1869. At the age of 18 he enlisted in the Union army. From May 2, to Sept. 3, 1864, he served as corporal in Company I of the 140th regiment. In this long and terrible struggle he offered his life daily for his country standing where only the bravest can stand. Sept. 13th, 1864 at Platsmouth [sic – Portsmouth], Ohio, he was united in marriage to Miss Sarah F. Bridwell and to this union were

Hamilton, O. G. Mrs. – Obituary

La Grande, Union County, Oregon Auto Plunge Fatal To La Grande Man O. G. Hamilton Dies Following Wrecking of Machine O. G. Hamilton, 55 an O.W.R.& N. conductor with a railroad record of nearly 35 years standing, died at 4 o’clock Tuesday morning and his wife, who is a few years young, lies in a grave condition at the hospital in La Grande as the result of injuries they sustained when their car dropped over a 100-foot embankment into a pile of blasted rock, about eight miles west of La Grande on the Old Oregon Trail highway about 6 o’clock