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Alma Ruth McElroy Hamilton
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Birth: Aug. 14, 1918
Marshall
Searcy County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Nov. 27, 2003
Denton (Denton County)
Denton County
Texas, USA

Married Jack M Hamilton Sr. on April 19, 1952. Mother to Jack & John

Obit

Alma Ruth Hamilton, 85, of Denton, a homemaker, died Thursday, Nov. 27, 2003, at Denton Community Hospital.
She was born Aug. 14, 1918, in Marshall, Ark., to Amos and Mary Ruth (Kelley) McElroy. On April 19, 1952, she married Jack M. Hamilton Sr. He died Aug. 16, 1992.
She was Baptist.
A graveside funeral service will be at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29, at Roselawn Memorial Park. The Rev. Boyce Brannan will officiate.
Survivors include two sons, Jack Hamilton of Westerville, Ohio, and John Hamilton of Roanoke; two sisters, Ethel and Lucille; two brothers, Amos and Roy; and five grandchildren.
Mulkey-Mason, Jack Schmitz and Son Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


 
 
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 Parents:
  Amos Redwine McElroy (1891 - 1971)
  Mary Ruth Kelly McElroy (1898 - 1965)
 
 Siblings:
  Woodrow K McElroy (1912 - 1969)*
  Alma Ruth McElroy Hamilton (1918 - 2003)
  Ethel Mae McElroy Hendrix (1921 - 2011)*
  Ellen Jane McElroy (1924 - 1997)*
  Vardry David McElroy (1931 - 1988)*
  Earl McElroy (1936 - 1999)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Roselawn Memorial Park
Denton (Denton County)
Denton County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: BMcElroy
Record added: Feb 27, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85817781
Alma Ruth <i>McElroy</i> Hamilton
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Alma Ruth <i>McElroy</i> Hamilton
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