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Perla May "May" Jones Hamilton
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Birth: Oct. 14, 1881
Conway Springs
Sumner County
Kansas, USA
Death: May 15, 1958
Tacoma
Pierce County
Washington, USA

Perla was the daughter of George M Jones (b.1854, d.1905) and Sarah Caroline Gunsaulis (b.1863, d.?).

She married the Deputy Sheriff Jefferson Elwood Hamilton on 25 Dec 1899. They named their children Van Uhl, Raymond Elsworth, Elsie Neoma, James Edward Jeffries, Nellie Marie and Alice Dare Hamilton.

A very hard working, loved woman .. all her grandchildren loved their time at her house .. she would go to Nellie's house for a week or so and catch up all the washing, ironing, "darning", cooking .. everything smelled so good while she was there .. so "homemade" like ..

She is buried by the side of her husband Jeff in an unmarked grave site.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Jefferson Elwood Hamilton (1876 - 1940)*
 
 Children:
  Van Uhl Hamilton (1900 - 1934)*
  Nellie Marie Hamilton Lynch (1909 - 1966)*
  Alice Dora Hamilton Wharton (1911 - 1939)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: No grave site marker - Cemetery records for May P Hamilton.
 
Burial:
Mountain View Memorial Park
Lakewood
Pierce County
Washington, USA
Plot: Section: Koster
 
Created by: Jack Gilchrist
Record added: May 26, 2011
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Perla May May <i>Jones</i> Hamilton
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Perla May May <i>Jones</i> Hamilton
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Perla May May <i>Jones</i> Hamilton
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I thank "Aunt May" for taking care of my grandmother, Bernice Betty Bazzar Wetzel, from age 10 until her marriage. My grandmother's mother died when she was 10 and her step dad put her in a local orphanage. Aunt May opened her home and heart. Many thank...(Read more)
- Joy
 Added: Sep. 26, 2012
 
 
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