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McIntosh Family of Western Pennsylvania

Alexander McIntosh (1815-1887), born in Perth, Scotland
+ Margaret Inglis (1796-1894), born in Dunfirmline, Scotland
Alexander McIntosh (1846-1935), born in Scotland
+ Jean Patterson (1847-1911), born in Townhill, Scotland
Mary McIntosh (1875-1950), born in Edinboro, Scotland
+ James Monroe Painter (1875-1950), born in Rathmel, Pennsylvania

Alexander McIntosh, coal miner, age 23, of Oakley, and Jane Paterson, factory worker, age 21, of Baldndp Bain were married December 31, 1867, in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

Mary McIntosh Painter

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 5, for Mary McIntosh Painter, of Jefferson Street, who died at the home of her sister Katherine Lyons, in Butler Street, Pittsburg, Sunday, April 2, 1950. Born January 17, 1875, she was 75 years and 2 months at the time of her death.
A daughter of Alexander and Jean (Patterson) McIntosh, she was born in Edinboro, Scotland, coming to America in the late 1890ís. On December 26, 1901, she was united in marriage with James M. Painter of Iowa Station, who survives her. Three chilcren were born of the union all of whom survive. Sara, wife of Jay Baughman, James and Mary McNeil, all of Brookville. Seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive.
Funeral svcs. were held from Reitz Funeral Home at 2 PM with Rev. Edward P. Ingersoll, her pastor, officiating. Interment was in Reynoldsville Cemetery.
(The Brookville American)

James Painter

James Monroe Painter, old time Brookville resident, died at his home on Jefferson Street, Sunday, September 3, 1950, at 2:30 PM, of a coronary occlusion. Born April 16, 1875 he was 75 years and four months old at the time of his death.
The son of Joseph and Sarah (Huffman) Painter, he was married to Mary McIntosh of Brookville and to this union three children were born all of whom survive. Sara, wife of Jay Baughman, James and Mary McNeil, all of Brookville. Seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive.
Mr. Painter was a retired gas field worker, having been employed by FC Deemer over a period of 23 years from 1921 to 1944. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
Funeral Services were held on Wednesday, September 5, 1950, from Reitz Funeral Home with Rev. Edw. P. Ingersoll officiating. Interment was in Reynoldsville Cemetery.
(The Brookfield American)


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