Person:Losie Knotts (1)

m. 4 Jan 1883
  1. French Knotts1884 - 1884
  2. Howard Knotts1885 - 1885
  3. Ella Knotts1886 -
  4. Fletcher Knotts1888 - 1888
  5. Esther Knotts1889 - 1889
  6. Fannie Knotts1890 - 1890
  7. Lester Knotts1891 - 1892
  8. Lizzie Knotts1893 - 1894
  9. Losie Knotts1896 - 1970
  10. John Harley Knotts1897 - Aft 1970
  11. Captain Absolom Knotts1900 - 1987
  12. Perry Edward Knotts1905 -
m. 11 Feb 1917
Facts and Events
Name Losie Knotts
Gender Female
Birth[1] Mar 1896 Minnora, Calhoun Co., West Virginia, United States
Marriage 11 Feb 1917 Calhoun Co., West Virginia, United Statesto George Hamilton
Death? 10 Apr 1970 Petersburg, Fauquier Co., Virginia, United States
Burial? Bethlehem Cemetery, Grantsville, Calhoun Co., West Virginia, United States

Transcribed by Francis (Kay) Walker and contributed to the MyFamily/Calhoun, Roane, Braxton & Clay Counties Tombstone site October 17, 2005

Published in The Calhoun Chronicle, Thursday, April 16, 1970

Mrs. Losie Hamilton Services Here Monday

Mrs. Losie Knotts Hamilton, a resident for many years of Minnora, died Friday, April 10, at Petersburg, Va., after a long illness.

Born at Minnora, she was a member of the Knotts Memorial Methodist church and was a member and past worth matron of the Grantsville Order of the Eastern Star. She was also a member of the White Shrine of Parkersburg.

Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Eileen Whitman of Big Chimney, Mrs. Naida Ellison of Norwood, Pa., Mrs. Johanne Carpenter of Grantsville, and Mrs. Jeannette Bearden of Colonial Heights, Va.; four sons, William and Dr. George L. Hamilton, both of South Charleston, John M. Hamilton of Moorefield, and Edward C. Hamilton of Levinworth, Kansas; three brothers, Harley Knotts of Fort Myers, Fla., C. A. Knotts of Canton and P. E. Knotts of Minnora; a sister, Ella Eisman [Eismon] of Spencer; a brother, R. F. Eisman [Eismon] of Cleveland; 35 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, George Hamilton, and one son, Howard C. Hamilton.

Funeral services were held Monday, April 13, at the Knotts Memorial Methodist church with the Rev. Manley O. Collins officiating, and burial was in Bethlehem cemetery.

  1. United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623)
    Washington, Calhoun Co, WV.