Mrs. John Coulter

Mrs. Carrie Coulter, wife of John Coulter, of Sparrowbush, died this (Wednesday) morning at three o’clock of puerperal fever, aged 30 years, 2 months and 16 days.

Mrs. Coulter was the daughter of William C. Van Sickle, of Sparrowbush, at whose home she died, and had been married about four years.  She leaves only one child, an infant, one week old. She also leaves two brothers, Charles, of Sparrowbush, and Emmet, the jeweler, of Port Jervis.  Mrs. Coulter was highly respected by her many acquaintances, and her sudden death will be deeply regretted. The funeral announcement will be made to-morrow.

Source:  Port Jervis Evening Gazette, January 29, 1890.


Bess Martin & William Coulter

Port Jervis, Aug. 20 — Miss Bess M. Martin, of Huguenot, and Mr. William John Coulter, of Middletown, were united in marriage at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Martin, in Huguenot, at one o’clock on Tuesday afternoon, August 19th, the ceremony being performed by Rev. E.R. Kruizeng, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Port Jervis, in the presence of 40 relatives, friends and invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Coulter were conveyed to this city by automobile and took the Erie train to New York city and points of interest in that vicinity. They will be at home after September 15th at 54 Sprague avenue, Middletown, N.Y. Both Mr. and Mrs. Coulter are former employees of The Union and are held in high esteem by a large circle of friends. Mrs. Coulter has served for five years as stenographer in The Union office and Mr. Coulter for a number of years has been in the employ of Standard Oil Company [unclear] Middletown. The Union joins with many friends in Port Jervis and vicinity in extending to Mr. and Mrs. Coulter best wishes for a long, happy and prosperous life.

Source: Middletown Times-Press, August 21, 1913.

Mrs. Hamilton Dies at Roseville

Mrs. Lucinda Hamilton, 86, died early this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Finley, of Roseville, following an illness of six days resulting from a heart condition. The widow of Elijah Hamilton, she had resided in Roseville 46 years. She was the daughter of Martin and Hannah Search, pioneer residents of the Saltillo community, Perry county. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Alvin Coulter of Roseville, Mrs. Virgil Hanson of Shawnee, and Mrs. Finley at whose home she died; a son, Walter Hamilton of Roseville; a step-daughter, Mrs. Carrie Fortune of Colusa, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Gerose of Roseville, Route 1, Mrs. Alverta Finley of Crooksville, and Mrs. Cora Tilton of Columbus; two brothers, Frank Search of Crooksville, William M. Search of Red Wing, Minn.; 20 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2:30 o’clock Monday afternoon at the residence with Rev. O.L. Hall of the Roseville Methodist church officiating. Burial will be in the Roseville cemetery. The body will be removed to the residence this evening from the Cannon & Cannon funeral home in Roseville.

Source: Zanesville Signal, May 11, 1946.

Ruth Hamilton Coulter

Mrs. Ruth Coulter, 56, of Roseville, died Monday morning in Good Samaritan Hospital where she had been a patient for nine weeks. A lifelong resident of Roseville, she was the daughter of the late Elijah and Lucinda Search Hamilton, early Roseville residents. Mrs. Coulter was a member of the Roseville Methodist church. Surviving are her husband, Alvin H. Coulter; two sisters, Mrs. Dessie Sanson [sic] of Shawnee, and Mrs. Mary Finley of Roseville; a brother, Walter Hamilton of Roseville; and several cousins. The body has been moved to the residence from Cannon & Cannon funeral home, Roseville. Funeral rites will be held at the Roseville Methodist church at 2:30 o’clock Wednesday afternoon with Rev. Otto M. Wortman officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery.

Source:  Zanesville Times-Recorder, August 29, 1950.

John Coulter

John Coulter of Cahoonzie died at his home early Wednesday after a brief illness. He was born in Cahoonzie June 2, 1860, the son of John and Jane Thompson Coulter, who were from Downpatrick, Ulster, Ireland. Mr. Coulter was twice married, his first wife having been Miss Carrie Van Sickle who died in 1890. His second wife was Miss Carrie Osterhout, who survives. Mr Coulter also leaves the following children: Mrs. Russell Caskey of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Miss Alice Coulter of New York City, Frank Coulter of Cahoonzie and W.J. Coulter, eighty-six Watkins Avenue, Middletown, and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at Mr. Coulter’s home in Cahoonzie. Interment will be in Sparrowbush Cemetery.

Source:  Orange County Independent, August 22, 1929.