Aug. 5, 1837 Center Mills Adams County Pennsylvania, USA
Sep. 23, 1915 Biglerville Adams County Pennsylvania, USA
Daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Stauffer Hummer
Rebecca and William Slaybaugh had 10 children: Edward Clayton Slaybaugh Sarah Elizabeth Slaybaugh "Lizzie" George Slaybaugh Alice Sabina Slaybaugh Mummert "Abbie" Jacob Slaybaugh William Slaybaugh Jr. Reuben Slaybaugh Harry Slaybaugh Cora Slaybaugh Funk Albert Slaybaugh
Rebecca's sister was Susan Hummer Mcsween Barber.
COUNTY PEOPLE TAKEN BY DEATH -
Mrs. William H. Slaybaugh Dies with Little Warning. Grandmother of boy who Died at Abbottstown on Wednesday. Other Deaths.
MRS. WM. H. SLAYBAUGH Mrs. Rebecca Slaybaugh, widow of William H. Slaybaugh died at 12:30 Thursday morning at her home in Butler township near Centre Mills. Mrs. Slaybaugh has been an invalid for the past five years but was able to be about the house, and had apparently been in her usual health until after supper Wednesday evening when she was taken ill. She sank gradually until death came shortly after midnight. She was aged 78 years, 1 month and 17 days.
She leaves the following children, Miss Lizzie Slaybaugh, at home; George Slaybaugh of Abbottstown; Jacob Slaybaugh of Ohio; William Slaybaugh of biglerville; Reuben Slaybaugh of Centre Mills; Harry Slaybaugh of Butler Township; Mrs. Jacob Funt, of Chambersburg; Albert Slaybaugh, the auctioneer, at home. She also leaves twenty eight grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Etzler Slaybaugh, who died at Abbottstown Wednesday, was a grandson.
She also leaves these sisters and brothers. Mrs. Frank Gilouma, of Ohio; Mrs. David Shealds, New Mexico; Mrs. George Barber, New Mexico; Leander Homer, Ohio; Mrs. Howard Hershey, York Springs; Mrs. George Wolf, Abbottstown; Mrs. George Jacobs, York; Mrs. Webster Bakes, York; Harvey Homer, New York City; Ellsworth Homer, Fredrick.
Funeral Sunday morning, meeting at the house at 9:30. Services at Mt. Olive church, near Biglerville, conducted by Elder J. C. Coulson. Interment at Biglerville.
Relatives and friends will kindly consider this as an invitation to attend.