Person:Alice Hunter Ford

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Alice Hunter Ford

 Prominent Woman

Born:January 10, 1850, Pennsylvania
Died:October 18, 1923, Huntsville, Alabama
Buried:Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama
Mother of:Earle Raymond Ford
Wife of:Elipalet Miller Ford
Mother of:Frank Hunter Ford


Notes:

•  Married to Elipalet Miller Ford, President of Huntsville Fibre & Veneer Works - City Directory, 1908

•  Home address 309 N. Jefferson - City Directory, 1908

•  She was born Jan 1851 in Pennsylvania and died Oct. 18, 1923 in Huntsville, AL and is buried in Maple Hill Cemetery. Her parents were I.L. Hunter and Jane Kennedy. - Alice Ford

•  Mother of:
     Frank Hunter Ford
     Alice Cora Ford
     E.M. Ford, Jr. (Aug. 11, 1920, died Feb.2, 1982). His grave is in Tuscaloosa
     Earle Raymond "E.R." Ford
- Alice Ford

•  She and Elipalet lived in Cleveland, Ohio in 1880 and he was listed as a "machinest" - 1880 Census

•  By 1990, they had moved their family to Huntsville, AL - 1900 Census

•  Her husband, Elipalet, is listed as the Proprietor of the Fiber & Veneer Works Co. - 1910 Census

•  Ruth Sykes Ford dedicated her book about the history of First United Methodist Church to the memory of two women. One of those women was the mother of her husband, Alice Hunter Ford. - Ford & Van Valkenburgh


Related Links:
•  1880 Census - Can be viewed only through Ancestry.com paid subscription
•  1900 Census - Can be viewed only through Ancestry.com paid subscription
•  1910 Census - Can be viewed only through Ancestry.com paid subscription
•  Alice Ford - Can be viewed only through Ancestry.com paid subscription
•  City Directory, 1908 - Can be viewed only through Ancestry.com paid subscription
•  Find A Grave - Page created by Bobbie Christian and maintained by Heather
•  Ford & Van Valkenburgh - A History of The First United Methodist Church of Huntsville, Alabama 1808-1983 by Ruth Sykes Ford and updated by Nancy Wilkinson Van Valkenburgh, 1984.


The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  Earle Raymond Ford
•  Elipalet Miller Ford
•  Frank Hunter Ford



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