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Michael J. Hainley
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Birth: Jun. 3, 1866
Franklin Forge
Blair County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 16, 1921
Coupon
Cambria County
Pennsylvania, USA

1900 PA Census: Cambria Co. Gallitzin Twp. ed 122, p. 11a, lines 27-32
Series T623, roll 1388, dwelling 185, family 185, 16 June 1900

Michael J. HANLEY, Head, June 1865, age 34, marr. 12 yrs, b. Pa., parents b. Pa., Post Master
Martha C., wife, Apr 1870, age 30, marr. 12 yrs, 6 children / 4 still alive, b. Pa., parents b. Pa.
W. Dean, son, Feb 1893, age 7, at school; Jennet Irene, dau, Feb 1895, age 5
Hellen E., dau, Feb 1897, age 3; John George, son, Mar 1899, age 1
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1910 PA Census: Cambria Co. Gallitzin Twp. ed 115, p. 3b, lines 84-92
Series T624, roll 1323, dwelling 52, family 54, 18 April 1910

Michael J. HAINLEY, Head, age 43, marr. (1st time) 22 years, b. Pa., parents b. Pa., Postmaster: Post Office
Martha C., Wife, age 39, marr. (1st time) 22 years, 10 children / 7 still alive, b. Pa., parents b. Pa.
William D., son, age 17, Driver: Coal Mine; Irene J., dau, age 15; Helen E., dau, age 13
George J., son, age 11; Harry M., son, age 8; Howard A., son, age 4; Ada L., dau, age 1 4/12
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1920 PA Census: Cambria Co. Gallitzin Twp. ed 232, p. 5b, lines 73-79
Series T625, roll 1546, dwelling 79, family 83, 7 January 1920

Michael HAINLEY, Head, Owns home, free of mortgage, age 53, married, b. Pa., parents b. Pa., Butcher: Grocery Store
Martha, Wife, age 44, married, b. Pa., parents b. Pa.
Harry, son, 17, single, Coal Miner
Howard, son, 14; Ada, dau, 11; Alice, dau, 8; Anna, dau, 6
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Altoona, PA: Altoona Mirror, issue of Monday, 17 October 1921

MICHAEL HAINLEY TAKES OWN LIFE

Michael Hainley, postmaster at Coupon, and widely known as a former store keeper and lodgeman, took his own life shortly before noon yesterday, by shooting himself while out, presumably for a walk, along the Dysart road, near the Buckhorn hotel.

The lifeless body was found by L.E. Wilt of Williamsburg, who passed along the road at 12.20 o'clock enroute to Glasgow to attend a funeral. He notified Coroner Chester C. Rothrock of this city, who conducted an investigation and ordered the removal of the remains to the morgue of Funeral Director Otto G. Gilden.

The body was in a reclining position, as though the man was sleeping. A 32 calibre revolver was found nearby. Examination showed a bullet wound of the head, the revolver being pressed against the head, above the right ear. The bullet tore through the brain, emerging on the left side. The spot where the body was found is but 100 yards off the Buckhorn road, and near the Buckhorn hotel, west of the city.

Mr. Hainley had been in poor health for some time and was troubled recently with failing eyesight. It is believed that worry over his physical condition resulted in the temporary mental derangement during which he took his own life.

Michael Hainley was born at Franklin Forge, June 3, 1866, and resided at Coupon for many years, being a clerk in the general store. Later he was named as postmaster and moved his office to his residence.

He was widely known as a lodgeman and was a member of the Knights of Pythias, Knights of Malta No. 66, Odd Fellows, Red Men and the Eagles, all of this city.

He is survived by his widow and the following children: George of Gallitzin, Mrs. Irene Dunbar of Garett, Pa.; Mrs. Helen Conrad, Amsby, Pa.; Harry, Howard, Adda, Annie and Alice, at home, and the following brothers and sisters: S.W. Hainley, Portsmouth, Ia.; S.D. Hainley, Osceola Mills; Edgar H. Hainley, Mrs. Nettie Hopkins, Mrs. Annie Swoope and Mrs. Bertha Norris of this city, Mrs. Jennie Will, Blackstone, Va., Mrs. Sallie Walton of this city, Mrs. Laura Fish of Barnesboro. His mother, Mrs. John Harvey of Riddlesburg, also survives. Interment will be made in Rosehill cemetery.
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 Parents:
  John Hainley (1818 - 1887)
  Barbara Thomas Harvey (1848 - 1926)
 
 Spouse:
  Martha Catherine Reininger Hainley (1870 - 1952)*
 
 Children:
  Sallie Hainley (1889 - 1893)*
  Carmelia Hainley (1891 - 1894)*
  W Dean Hainley (1893 - 1910)*
  Irene J Hainley Wellington (1895 - 1948)*
  Helen E Hainley Walters (1897 - 1971)*
  George J. Hainley (1899 - 1973)*
  Michael Harry Hainley (1902 - 1969)*
  Martha C Hainley (1904 - 1905)*
  Howard A. Hainley (1906 - 1973)*
  Alice Marian Hainley Pooler (1911 - 1971)*
 
 Siblings:
  John D. Hainley (1847 - 1913)**
  Emma C. Hainley Holsinger (1849 - 1914)**
  Levi Hainley (1852 - 1904)**
  Sallie L. Hainley Walton (1862 - 1938)*
  Anna Martha Hainley Swope (1865 - 1946)*
  Michael J. Hainley (1866 - 1921)
  Francis William Hainley (1868 - 1929)*
  Henrietta Hainley Hopkins (1870 - 1942)*
  Samuel David Hainley (1872 - 1925)*
  Laura Alice Hainley Fish (1874 - 1953)*
  Edgar Adam Hainley (1879 - 1949)*
  Odessa Lillian Hainley Rhoades (1884 - 1919)*
  Bertha Edna Hainley Norris (1887 - 1952)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Rose Hill Cemetery
Altoona
Blair County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Michael S. Caldwell
Record added: Oct 13, 2011
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Michael J. Hainley
Added by: Michael S. Caldwell
 
Michael J. Hainley
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Michael J. Hainley
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