|Death: ||Jun. 15, 1899|
According to Greene County death records, she was ill for sixteen months and died at the age of 68 of paralysis.
Her death notice was published in the June 22, 1899 edition of the Waynesburg Republican:
"Mrs. Margaret Hunnell died at her home in Carmichaels June 15. She was the mother of M. F., Spencer and David Hunnell and Mrs. John Sharpnack, and sister of William Wiley, Carmichaels, Lem H. Wiley, Washington, D.C., Mrs. Dr. Grooms, deceased, and Mrs. James Jolliffe, of Uniontown. She was a cousin of Lieutenant Wiley of Waynesburg."
The following memorial item was placed by C. J. Feitt in the June 29, 1899 edition of the Waynesburg Republican:
"Mrs. Margaret Ann Wiley Hunnell died at her home in Carmichaels June 15th, 1899. For years Mrs. Hunnell was an invalid, confined to her room. A stroke of paralysis left her partially blind.
"In early life she made an open confession of attachment to the Savior and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, and until deprived of the public service of God by her affliction was a faithful Church worker and teacher in the Sabbath School. She was the mother of four sons and one daughter, all of whom are living.
"The funeral services were held at her late home and conducted by her pastor, Rev. C. J. Feitt, assisted by Rev. James Hamilton of the C.P. Church."
David Hunnell (____ - 1896)
William W. Hunnell (1854 - 1880)*
Millard Fillmore Hunnell (1857 - 1930)*
James Spencer Hunnell (1858 - 1919)*
David Frederick Hunnell (1861 - 1938)*
Mary Elizabeth Hunnell Sharpnack (1865 - 1912)*
Laurel Point Cemetery
Created by: William Hunnell
Record added: Aug 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 75261209
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