Person:Harold Stillman (1)

Watchers
m. 12 Mar 1878
  1. Harold Clifton Stillman1881 - 1956
  2. Lelia Clarine Stillman1884 - 1958
m. 3 Sep 1907
  1. Maj. Gen. Robert Morris Stillman
m. 25 Jul 1946
Facts and Events
Name Harold Clifton Stillman
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 Oct 1881 Walworth, Walworth, Wisconsin, United States
Marriage 3 Sep 1907 to Edna Easton Zinn
Marriage 25 Jul 1946 to Rachel Ann Coon
Death[1] 26 Oct 1956 Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Milton and Milton Junction Courier
    p. 6, November 1, 1956.

    Graveside services for Harold Clifton Stillman, 75, who died Friday in Pueblo, Colo., were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Milton cemetery. The Rev. Elmo Fitz Randolph, Milton Seventh Day Baptist Church, officiated.
    The son of the Rev. M. G. and Marcella Crandall Stillman, he was born Oct. 20, 1881 at Walworth. Educated at Salem College Academy in West Virginia, Milton College and Stout Institute, he devoted his life to teaching band and manual arts in high schools of Ohio, Wisconsin and Colorado. Following his retirement from high school teaching, he organized a department of manual arts at Salem College in West Virginia.
    Mr. Stillman was married to Edna Zinn on Sept. 3, 1907. She died in 1943. His marriage to Rachel Coon of Milton took place July 25, 1946. He was a member of the Milton Seventh Day Baptist Church and was active in the church at Pueblo.
    Surviving are his wife; three sons, Gen. Robert Morris Stillman, U. S. Air Force, and Harold C. Stillman, Jr. both of Denver, and Thomas Z. of Pueblo; a daughter, Lenore Stillman McKelvy, Denver; a sister, Miss Lelia Stillman, Milton Junction, and seven grandchildren.