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McNEIL, Anna Pearl (Stineman)

    Johnstown Tribune, 9 Apr 1908, Contributed by Sharon Trosan

McNEIL - Mrs. Anna Pearl, wife of W. Wallace McNEIL of Morgantown, W. Va., died of a complication of diseases at 2:23 o'clock this morning at Glenn Hall, Atlantic City, N. J. in her 25th year. Her health had been impaired for some time and during the past few months she was a patient at hospital in Philadelphia and later at a sanitarium in Atlantic City. The deceased, whose maiden name was Anna Pearl STINEMAN was born in South Fork on July 27, 1863, being a dau of the late Capt. George B. and Martha PAUL STINEMAN. Miss Viola STINEMAN, a sister of Mrs. McNEIL died at South Fork in May, 1899 and Mrs. Sarah PRINGLE, another sister expired in Aug 1901. Miss Essie STINEMAN died Feb 9, 1906 and her father's death occurred in Sept of that year. Mrs. STINEMAN survived her husband until Aug 1907, when she, too, passed away. Thus Mrs. McNEIL's death is the sixth in the George B. STINEMAN family since 1899. Miss Pearl STINEMAN graduated from the South Fork High School in the spring of 1899 and in the next year became a student at Rowe College, in this city, receiving her Degree in July 1901. After graduating Miss STINEMAN was a stenographer in the coal office of the Stineman Coal Company at South Fork until the time of her marriage to W. Wallace McNEIL on June 1, 1904. After the marriage they went to housekeeping in East End, Pittsburgh but for the past year they have been making their home in Morgantown where Mr. McNEIL is engaged in business. Besides her husband, Mrs. McNEIL is survived by a sister, Mrs. William McCLARREN, of Glassport and by the following brothers: William, Chester, Howard, and Nelson, of South Fork, and Lemon of Joplin, Mo. Her husband and William and Chester STINEMAN were at her bedside at the time of her death. They, together with Mrs. Nannie McNEIL and Edgar McNEIL, mother and brother of W. Wallace McNEIL, left Altoona last night for Atlantic City and will accompany the funeral party to South Fork on train No. 21 tonight. The funeral will probably take place from the Stineman homestead on Fri. or Sat.. the Rev. Dr. J. W. Domer, pastor of the United Evangelical Church of South Fork, will conduct the services and interment will be made in the South Fork Cemetery.

[Same obituary published 8 & 9 Apr 1908]

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