|Birth: ||Feb. 8, 1828|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Apr. 18, 1899|
James Burton "Burton" Albaugh was the son of Isaac Albaugh and his wife (_).
ALBAUGH siblings: Unknown
CIVIL WAR soldier: Co. B, 20th, WI, Infantry.
James married Mary M. Crippen (1831-1915) on 11/28/1850.
4 ALBAUGH children (names from 2 obituaries):
1. Alice M. Albaugh (1853-1893); m. Frank B. Sweet of Carson City, Montcalm, MI.
2. Frances Albaugh (8/1856-4/17/1927); m. William Clark White residing in Grand Rapids, Kent, MI.
3. Harriet "Hattie" B. Albaugh B-1863; m. William Traver residing in Owosso, MI.
4. Louis B. Albaugh (1/6/1868-1961); m. Ruby Cawood residing in Marshall, MI.
1870 Marshall, Calhoun, MI:
John B. Albaugh 43 NY
Mary M. Albaugh 39 NY
Alice Albaugh 17 NY
Francis Albaugh 14 NY
Hattie Albaugh 8 NY [Harriet]
Lewis Albaugh 2 MI
"The Daily Chronicle" Obituary
April 21, 1899
James Burton Albaugh was born in Lyons, New York, February 8, 1828 and died at his home in Marshall, Michigan, April 18, 1899.
In the spring of 1863 he came to Michigan, and since that time, until his sudden departure he was a respected resident of Marshall. On November 28, 1850, he was married to Miss Mary A. Crippen, and to them four children were born. The oldest, Mrs. Sweet, died three years ago at Carson City. Mrs. Clark White, of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Hattie B. Traver, of Owosso, and Lewis B. Albaugh of Marshall, mourn the loss of an affectinate an honored father. Mrs. Albaugh is greatly bereaved. Deeply she feels the loss of a kind and devoted husband, one whose life was a constant benediction to her, and helpful to all.
Mr. Albaugh's domestic life was very happy and his home a model one. His quiet, even temper, his thorough honesty and virtue, his kindly spirit and neighborly actions made him hosts of ardent friends in this city and wherever he was known. Everybody speaks well of Burton Albaugh.
He was an honored member of the Odd Fellows fraternity, a Brother beloved by all.
His brief illness and unexpected death fill all hearts with sorrow, but his consistent and beautiful life will live not only in the hearts of his family and relatives, but also in the affectionate remembrance of a multitude of friends.
Obituary source: Amy Decker, 2011.
Mary M. Crippen Albaugh (1831 - 1915)*
Louis B. Albaugh (1868 - 1961)*
Plot: Lot 363, Sec. L.
Maintained by: Mary E. Warner
Originally Created by: Amy (Decker) Veenendall
Record added: Jan 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63853541