|Birth: ||Dec. 19, 1821|
|Death: ||Feb. 6, 1898|
He was in his 77th year at the time of his death.
He was living in Oreland, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania at the time of his death.
Charles T. Aiman died last Sunday at his residence near Camp Hill, in the 77th year of his age. Mr. Aiman had been in bad health and his mind was affected for several months past. The house in which he died was purchased by him off John Fitzwater shortly after the late war. The farm contains over 100 acres. During the Revolution General Washington occupied the house as his headquarters during the encampment of the Continental army at Fort Washington.
Mr. Aiman was a butcher by trade and for many years conducted that business successfully selling meat throughout this entire community. In politics he was a Republican of positive convictions. He was twice married. His children are: Charles K., Glenside; Jacob, Harry, Jenkintown; George, residing on the farm; Lincoln, Oreland; Ellie and Sarah Ann, who reside on the farm.
The funeral will take place on Thursday. Services will be held at Zion Lutheran church and interment will be made in Union cemetery, adjoining.
Ambler Gazette, February 10, 1898, p. 1.
Joseph Aiman (1791 - 1872)
Mary R. Houpt Aiman (1795 - 1883)
Sarah S. Simmons Aiman (1824 - 1894)*
Charles K. Aiman (1845 - 1901)*
Jacob W. Aiman (1850 - 1919)*
Ellen Aiman (1854 - 1913)*
Iola D. Aiman Neal (1856 - 1908)*
Harry S. Aiman (1859 - 1941)*
Sarah Ann Aiman (1861 - 1923)*
George W. Aiman (1863 - 1933)*
Abraham Lincoln Aiman (1866 - 1935)*
Arnold Aiman (1868 - 1955)*
Charles T. Aiman (1821 - 1898)
James Monroe Aiman (1825 - 1903)*
John S. Aiman (1837 - 1910)*
Created by: William Nees
Record added: Oct 15, 2010
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