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Estella Burns was born 1879 in Pennsylvania, USA to George W Burns (1847-1917) and Matilda Butler (1850-1923) and died 28 April 1959 of unspecified causes. She married Harry Nerr Shade (1876-1960) .



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Offspring of Estella Burns and Harry Nerr Shade (1876-1960)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Aden Wilbert Shade (1900-1939) 3 August 1900 East Freedom, Blair County, Pennsylvania, United States 17 November 1939 Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania, United States Mary L Mutzabaugh (1901-1986)

Notes

  • Altoona "Times", on Micro-film at the Blair County Genealogical Society Issue of Monday, June 18th, 1917: George W. Burns, of East Freedom, died of complications of diseases after a long illness at his home at 1:10 O'clock, Friday Afternoon [15 June 1917-ed]. He was a son of Thomas and Catharine Burns and was born at Maria Forge, October 1, 1847, and resided at East Freedom the greater part of his life, being employed either at the Paper Mill at Roaring Spring, or the Altoona silk mill as stationary engineer for many years. He is survived by his widow and four children; Mrs. E.L. Eberly, Mrs. H.N. Shade and Miss Grace R. Burns of Altoona, and Aden W. Burns of Duncansville. He also leaves two sisters; Mrs. Brice Sell of Freedom township, and Mrs. Silas A. Bonner of Johnstown. He was a member of the Church of God at Roaring Spring and the East Freedom lodge No. 1131, I.O.O.F. The funeral will take place this morning at 10 o'clock with interment at Riverview cemetery at Leamersville.
  • MRS. ESTELLA B. SHADE Of 2003 8th Ave., died at 3:30 p.m. yesterday in the Altoona Hospital where she was admitted on Monday. She was born at East Freedom, a daughter of George W. and Matilda (Butler) Burns, and married H. Nerr Shade. A son, A. Wilbert, preceded her in death. Surviving are seven grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and one brother, Aden W. of Duncansville. She was of the Lutheran faith. Friends will be received at the home of Robert Stell, Hillside Ave. and 58th St., after 7 p.m. today. [This clipping was marked "4-29-59"]

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  • Altoona "Times", on Micro-film at the Blair County Genealogical Society Issue of Monday, June 18th, 1917: George W. Burns, of East Freedom, died of complications of diseases after a long illness at his home at 1:10 O'clock, Friday Afternoon [15 June 1917-ed]. He was a son of Thomas and Catharine Burns and was born at Maria Forge, October 1, 1847, and resided at East Freedom the greater part of his life, being employed either at the Paper Mill at Roaring Spring, or the Altoona silk mill as stationary engineer for many years. He is survived by his widow and four children; Mrs. E.L. Eberly, Mrs. H.N. Shade and Miss Grace R. Burns of Altoona, and Aden W. Burns of Duncansville. He also leaves two sisters; Mrs. Brice Sell of Freedom township, and Mrs. Silas A. Bonner of Johnstown. He was a member of the Church of God at Roaring Spring and the East Freedom lodge No. 1131, I.O.O.F. The funeral will take place this morning at 10 o'clock with interment at Riverview cemetery at Leamersville.
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