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STINEMAN, Nannie Margaret (James)
|Cambria Freeman, 26 Jul 1912, Contributed by Patty Millich|
|Mrs. W. I. Stineman Dead|
Mrs. W. I. Stineman of South Fork died shortly after 10 o'clock Tuesday night at the Stineman home in Ebensburg. She had not been enjoying good health for several years due to a severe attack of grip. For fifteen months she and her two sons made their home in Albuquerque, N. M., where her condition gradually improved. The Stineman family returned to Pennsylvania in May and since had been making their home in Ebensburg. Mrs. Stineman was out automobiling the day of her death and entertained guests and friends until 10 o'clock the same evening. A short time later Mrs. Stineman was seized with a hemorrhage of the lungs and died before a physician arrived.
Mrs. Stineman was a daughter of the Hon. and Mrs. Edmund James of Ebensburg and her maiden name was Nannie Margaret. She was born in Ebensburg Feb. 26, 1871, and twenty years ago was united in marriage to W. I. Stineman of South Fork. After her marriage she took up her residence in South Fork with her husband and lived there until her illness.
In South Fork, Mrs. Stineman was an active religious worker and a member of the Christian church. Of a quiet disposition she was very charitable and carried comfort into many poor homes.
Two sons, James and Frank Stineman, and the husband, W. I. Stineman of South Fork survive. The parents, Hon. and Mrs. Edmund James and a brother, R. B. Frank James of Ebensburg are living.
The funeral occurred this afternoon with interment in Lloyd cemetery, Ebensburg.