Indiana McCaslins

James T HamiltonAge: 76 years18411918

James T Hamilton
Birth June 24, 1841
MarriageMargaret Ellen DemareeView this family

Birth of a daughter
Clara E Hamilton
February 1861 (Age 19 years)
Birth of a daughter
Flora B Hamilton
August 1867 (Age 26 years)
Marriage of a childElijah GriffithClara E HamiltonView this family
February 13, 1890 (Age 48 years)
Note: Elijahs surname is given as Griffen
Marriage of a childCharles SmithClara E HamiltonView this family
June 4, 1895 (Age 53 years)
Marriage of a childCharles E CoonFlora B HamiltonView this family
about 1896 (Age 54 years)

Marriage of a childHenry Harrison LuysterClara E HamiltonView this family
June 28, 1899 (Age 58 years)
Note: married as Clara Smith
Marriage of a childElijah StevensClara E HamiltonView this family
December 3, 1910 (Age 69 years)
Death March 23, 1918 (Age 76 years)
Burial March 25, 1918 (2 days after death)
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Obituary, Franklin Evening Star, March 25, 1918 INDIANAPOLIS James T. Hamilton Dead James T. Hamilton, long one of the best known citizens of Franklin, but who has been living at Indianapolis for a number of years, died at his home in that city Sunday morning at the age of seventy-seven years. The funeral services will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the residence, 767 North Warman Avenue. the burial will be at Franklin, the funeral party arriving here about 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morning Mr. Hamilton is survived by his wife and ten children. The children are Mrs. Mel McClain, Mrs. Lige Stevens and Mrs. Charles Legan, of this city, Mrs. Will Green, Mrs. Flo Coon, Mrs. Jesse Alread, Otto, Elzie, Peter and Will Hamilton, all of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton had been married over sixty years and in the rearing of this large family of children this is the first death in the immediate family. He also leaves a brother, Robert Hamilton, south of town, and a sister, Mrs. Martha McNutt, of Osceola, ILL. Another sister, Mrs. Nancy Vandivier, of Franklin, died last fall. Mr. Hamilton was born in this county and spent the greater part of his life in and near Franklin. He served as a soldier in the Civil War and was a member of Co. E, 7th Indiana. For many years he had been a member of the Masonic Lodge. He also was a member of the First Baptist church of Franklin. Until the last few years when advanced age brought about infirmaries, he had enjoyed unusual hearty health.