She died on 27 June 1912, at Philadelphia Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, of pulmonary tuberculosis.
She was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, on 1 July 1912.
The available evidence suggests she was born after 1880. Is she the Laura MacColl living with her parents in the 1880 census? Or did that Laura died, and her parents reuse the name?
1880 United States census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 6, ed 105, T9, film 1169, page 397 C = 18 [?] handwritten, FamilySearch
1900 United States census, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ward 39, enumeration district 991, page 213A = 10 handwritten, family 196, FamilySearch
1910 United States census, Pennsylvania, Delaware County, Darby Borough, ward 3, enumeration district 135, page 136 = 1 [?] A handwritten, FamilySearch
Philadelphia Pennsylvania, marriage license application and certificate, Bertram E MacColl and Laura V Wagner
Bertram E MacColl, born Philadelphia on 11 May 1881, lives at 2213 Pemberton St Philadelphia, stone cutter, never married before
Laura V Wagner, born Philadelphia 1 June 1881, lives at 2208 South Rosewood St, Philadelphia, dressmaker, never married before
application sworn 24 December 1904
married 25 Dec 1904 by Rev O P McManus [?]
Philadelphia Pennsylvania marriage license indices, Bertram and Laura
death certificate, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 27 June 1912, Laura MacColl, FamilySearch; see also the same information in Pennsylvania death certificate, Philadelphia, 27 June 1912, file 61117, Ancestry
Laura McColl, female, w hite, married, occupation: housework
29 years old (date of birth is blank), born Philadelphia, to Frederick Wagner (born NY) and Ellen Callahan (born Ireland)
died 27 June 1912, of pulmonary tuberculosis, at Philadelphia Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
buried 1 July 1912, Holy Cross Cemetery
Holy Cross Cemetery records, Laura MacColl, in Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records, on Ancestry and Ancestry
Laura MacColl, 29 years old, 1 July 1912, section V lot 7 range 9 grave 2
death notice, Philadelphia Inquirer Saturday 29 June 1912, page 7, GenealogyBank
'MacCOLL--26th inst., LAURA, wife of Bertram MacColl and daughter of the late Frederick and Ellen Wagner. Relatives and friends invited to funeral, Mon, 8.30 A M, residence of brother-in-law 2221 S 11th st. High mass of Requiem at Epiphany, 10 A M. Interment Holy Cross.'
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Laura by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Laura: