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John Milton Hamilton

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John Milton Hamilton
Born in Rowsburg, Ashland Co., Ohiomap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Pittsburg, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvaniamap
Father of
Died in Johnstown, Cambria Co., Pennsylvaniamap
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Biography

This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import. It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.

Name

John Milton /Hamilton/[1]

Death

13 JAN 1926
Johnstown, Cambria Co., Pennsylvania[2]

Census

1880
Plum Twp., Alleghany Co., Pennsylvania[3]

Note

@NI00206@

Marriage

FAM
@I00206@
@I00167@
@I00210@
30 SEP 1869
Pittsburg, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania[4]
FAM
@I00222@
@I00223@
@I00206@
9 MAR 1820
Hopewell Twp., Washington County, Pennsylvania[5]

Sources

  • Source: S032973 Title: "History of Washington County, Pennsylvania, Hopewell Twp (pp. 811-824)"; 1760871NancyFritz.FTW
  • Source: S035400 Title: JCC Card File
  • Source: S083081 Title: 1760871NancyFritz.FTW Repository: Call Number: Media: Other

Notes

NI00206In JCC's cardfile John Milton's birth date is listed as May 16, 1842 but he appears as age 13 in the 1850 census for Jackson Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio, and as age 23 in the 1860 census for Washington Twp., Richland Co., Ohio.
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Hamilton, John Milton - b, Rowsburg, O, My 16, 1842; AB W(ashington and )J(efferson) C(ollege,) (18)66; W(estern )T(heological )S(eminary ) (18)69; l(icensed), Jn, (18)68, pr(esbytery of) Richland; o(rdained), Jn, (18)69, pr(esbytery of) Clarion; p(astor), Corsica & Greenville, Pa, (18)69-71, Plum Creek, (18)73-87; New Florence & Armagh, (18)85-94; oc(casional) s(upply), Johnstown, Pa; d, (Johnstown, Pa), Ja 13, (19)26.
--- from the General Biographical Catalogue, The Western Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1827-19
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Hamilton, John Milton. -- Son of Hanson and Sarah; born Rowsburg, O., May 16, 1842; W.T.S., '66-69; licensed June, '69, Presbytery of Richland; ordained, '69, Presbytery of Clarion; pastor Corsica and Greenville, Pa., '69-71, Plum Creek, '71-87, Armagh and New Florence, '89-95; married Sept. 30, '69, Julia Loomis. Presbyterian minister, New Florence, Pa.
--- from Biographical and Historical Catalogue of Washington and Jefferson College, 1802-1902, p422, General Catalogue, Class of 1866.
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1880 census - Plum, Alleghany Co., Pennsylvania
J. M . Hamilton, age 37, b. Ohio, Minister
Julia - age 35, b. Pennsylvania, keeping house
Mary L - age 9, b. Pennsylvania
Robert L - age 7, b. Pennsylvania
Jennie - age 5, b. Pennsylvania
Stella - age 3, b. Pennsylvania
--- Source: Census records
  1. Source: #S035400
  2. Source: #S035400
  3. Source: #S083081 Data: Text: Date of Import: Nov 12, 2003
  4. Source: #S083081 Data: Text: Date of Import: Nov 12, 2003
  5. Source: #S032973 Data: Text: Date of Import: Nov 12, 2003

Acknowledgments

Thank you to Warren Groves for creating WikiTree profile Hamilton-4993 through the import of Anc_Groves_Kaelber.GED on Apr 26, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Warren and others.









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