|Birth: ||Dec. 8, 1825|
|Death: ||Apr. 3, 1903|
He was 77 years, 3 months and 26 days old at the time of his death.
His occupation was a butcher.
He was living at 8134 Germantown Avenue, 22nd ward, with his son Robert H. Aiman, at the time of his death.
James M. Aiman, Sr., brother of the late Charles T. Aiman, late of Camp Hill, died at the home of his son, Robert Aiman, at Chestnut Hill, on Friday aged 78 years. 50 years ago he was well known throughout Whitemarsh township, where he followed butchering, but of late has been making his home with his children. He was twice married, but only his children survive. The interment was made Tuesday at Plymouth Meeting, the funeral being held from his son's residence at Chestnut Hill.
[Source: Ambler Gazette, April 9, 1903, p. 1
Joseph Aiman (1791 - 1872)
Mary R. Houpt Aiman (1795 - 1883)
Arabella Aiman (____ - 1866)*
Samuel R. Aiman (1849 - 1924)*
Wilmer Aiman (1854 - 1915)*
Annie Aiman (1858 - 1863)*
James Monroe Aiman (1862 - 1912)*
Robert H. Aiman (1864 - 1934)*
Charles T. Aiman (1821 - 1898)*
James Monroe Aiman (1825 - 1903)
John S. Aiman (1837 - 1910)*
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Plymouth Meeting Friends Cemetery
Created by: William Nees
Record added: Dec 10, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45306658
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