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Summary

Name: Margaret HOUSEL 
Gender: F
Birth: 14 Nov 1831
, Union, Pennsylvania
Christening:
Death: 26 Oct 1909
Lockhaven, Clinton, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery
Lockhaven, Clinton, Pennsylvania, USA
Father:
Mother:
AFN/PRN: KNCM-RSP
Notes: Margaret was buried at Cedar Hill, Lockhaven, Pa

1880 census lists Margaret's parents both born in Pennsylvania.

Obituary:
MOTHER MARGARET BANEY "Fell on Sleep" on the evening of October 26 at 5:30 o'clock at her home. 106 1/2 Bellefonte Ave. The angel reaper came to her while she was sitting in her chair. She had been a sufferer from some years from ashtma, and this with other complications caused her death. She was born in Union County Novebmer 14th 1830 and hence had reached the good age of 78 years, 11 months and 12 days. She has been a member of the Lutheran Church for many yers and of St. John's Church for almost four years. For some years she has not been able to attend church on account of her afflications. She always enjoyed the visits of her pastor and looked forward with special pleasure to the seasons of the ??? communion whe he acknowlegded her love for the ??? by partaking of his broken body and shed blood. She more than once told her pastor that she was prepared to met her Saviour and longed to go to her heavenly home. She possessed that faith that helped her to look with child like confidence to her blessed Redeemer. We feel that she has gone to receive her crown. She is survived by one son, C. B. F. Baney, of this city, and four daughters, Joanna Grenobel, of Madisonburg, Mrs. Rachel Williams, of this city, Mrs. Lucy Cole, of Mill Hall, and Miss Catherine at home. She is also survived by 34 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. All have the sympathy of their friends in the afflication that has come to them. The daughter, Catherine, who so lovingly, tenderly and faithfully ministered to her mother for so many years deserves the sympathy and prayers of all because of her own afflication and the loss of her mother. The funeral services were held in the afternoon of October 28 and were in charge of Rev. Jacob Diehl. The body was laid to rest in Cedar Hill Cemetery to await the resurrection call.

Marriages

To Valentine Baney married 26 May 1853
Hublersburg, Centre, Pennsylvania