Found this obit for my ancestor Margaret Hoover nee Kiltie, can anyone fill in the blanks regarding her roll within the Eastern Star Order, the fish market the Hoover family had, or a way of finding a photo of the Hoover marker in McConnellstown Cemetery, tried the usual sites no luck so far.
Mrs. Margaret B. Hoover of
212 Camp Avenue, Braddpck, a
former resident of Huntingdon,
died at 5 a. m. Monday, January
18, 1960, at her late home. She
bad been in her usual health and
death was unexpected.
She was born April 16, 1886, at
Portsmouth, N. H., a daughter of
Alexander and Elizabeth (Brown)
Kiltie. She was married to John
E. Hoover of McConnellstown.
Her husband survives a l o n g
with two children, Mrs. Florence
States of Huntingdon and M r s .
Margaret Clayton of Braddock.
There are eight grandchildren and
five great - grandchildren. Also
surviving are five sisters, Mrs.
Bessie Brunnell of Boston, Mass.,
Mrs. James Randall of Boston,
Mass., Mrs. Etta Jacobson of Palisades,
N. J., Mrs. Edwin Leity
of Port .Norris, N. J., and Mrs.
Violet Suter of Camden, N. J., and
one brother, John Kiltie of Haverhill,
Mrs. Hoover "was of-the Protestant
faith. She was a member of
the Order of Eastern Star. Braddock
Lodge No. "254. Mr.- and Mrs.
Hoover operated a fish market at
the present location of Simpson's
Restaurant in Huntingdon. -
Funeral services will be held at
2 p. m. on T h u r s d a y , from
Brown's in Huntingdon. Dr. Ferdinpnd
-Derk,.,pastor of the Fifteenth
Street Methodist Church In
Huntingdon, will officiate. Interment
win be niade in the McConnellstown
Cemetery. Friends will
he received at the funeral h o m e
after 7 p. m. on Wednesday evening
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