Obituaries - Humberston
(son of WILLIAM S. and Mary HUMBERSTON)
b. April 27, 1848
d. June 9, 1876
a. 28 yrs. 1 ms. 12 dys.
See Humberston Family Chart in Chapter 5.
b. October 1831
d. April 17, 1905
“William Humberston, advanced in years, is critically ill at his home, Ormond St.” [FMJ 4-8-1905, p. 2]
“At his home, in this place, Monday, April 17, 1905, Mr. William Humberston, aged 79 years. Mr. Humberston belonged to an old and well known family of this place and vicinity. Of quiet, unobtrusive, Christian manners, he was exemplary of a good life. His profession of devout piety was made good by long and consistent membership of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. The widow and several children are bereaved by his death. He was a brother of Thomas Humberston. During the war, Mr. Humberston served the Union as a member of the 18th Pennsylvania Regiment of Calvary, and he had long been a member of Thoburn Post, G.A.R. of this place. This body turned out at the funeral Thursday afternoon.” [FMJ 4-15-1905, p. 2]
According to the 1900 Census, he was a carpenter and widower. Additionally, based on the Census, Mr. Humberston was closer to age 73 and not 79, as the newspaper reported in the obituary.
Notice of Mr. Humberston’s death was also located in SPL.
HUMBERSTON, WILLIAM S.
d. September 7, 1875
“Died—At his home in Frostburg on the 7th. inst., Mr. Wm. Humbertson, of George, of paralysis of the brain, in the 63rd year of his life.” [FMJ 9-11-1875]
b. June 21, 1837
d. May 12, 1840
a. 2 yrs. 10 ms. 21 dys.
See Huntley Family Chart in Chapter 5.
HUNTLEY, ANNAPLER “NAPLER” BEALL
(wife of ELIJAH KIMBLE HUNTLEY)
b. February 29, 1816
d. January 21, 1892
a. 76 yrs. 11 ms. 22 dys.
“Death of Mrs. Huntley. The friends of Mrs. Napler Beall Huntley were shocked Thursday afternoon 21st inst., to find her suddenly ill and unconscious at her home, this place. A physician, called at once, pronounced it a case of fatal apoplexy. The patient lingered until 1:30 Monday morning last, when she died. Mrs. Huntley was the relict of the late E.K. Huntley, superintendent of the Allegany coal company, and a prominent man in his day. Maj. J.H. Huntley was her son and Capt. Nelson Beall was her brother. The survivors of her family are a brother and two sisters—Richard Beall, Mrs. Kalbfus and Mrs. James Kane , of this place. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon, interment in the Beall family lot, Percy graveyard. Born Feb. 29, 1816, her birthday came quadrennially. Had she lived until that date this year she would have reached her 19th birthday and 77th year. Mrs. Huntley lived here all her life and was a most estimable lady.” [FMJ 1-30-1892, p. 3]
“At the request of Napler Huntley the following Deed was recorded Dec. 22nd, 1863. This Deed made this eighth day of December in the year eighteen hundred and sixty three by Agnes Percy of the town of Frostburg in the State of Maryland, Witnesseth, that in consideration of twenty five dollars, the said Agnes Percy doth grant unto Napler Huntley of said Town and State, all that lot of ground situated in said State near the margin of the grave yard lot, adjoining said town, and described as follows: beginning for the same at a point bearing North thirty four degrees, West seven and a half feet from a large locust tree and running thence N 48 degrees, East forty feet, N 42 degrees W fourteen feet S 48 degrees W forty feet, then by a straight line to the beginning, containing 560 square feet, it being known on the plat of burial lots laid off by the said Agnes Percy as Lot N 22. To have and to hold the said described premises as a burial lot unto her the said Napler Huntley in fee simple.” [deed from Allegany County Courthouse]
HUNTLEY, ELIJAH KIMBLE
(husband of ANNAPLER BEALL HUNTLEY)
b. May 9, 1811
d. December 18, 1862
E.K. Huntley was a teacher in Frostburg to whom Dr. J.H. Porter was sent for 2 years in about 1834 (Frostburg Museum records).
Anthony E. Crosby and Michael R. Olson
28 x 22 cms
Cemeteries, Maryland, Frostburg; Obituaries, Maryland, Frostburg. .
Frostburg (Md.), 1800-1972