Person:Rachel Coon (3)

m. 26 Dec 1876
  1. Elam P. Coon1881 - 1964
  2. Rachel Ann Coon1893 - 1956
m. 25 Jul 1946
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Name Rachel Ann Coon
Gender Female
Birth[1] 7 Apr 1893 Utica, Dane, Wisconsin, United States
Marriage 25 Jul 1946 to Harold Clifton Stillman
Death[1] 2 Dec 1956 Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Milton and Milton Junction Courier
    p. 11, December 6, 1956.

    Mrs. Harold Stillman, 63, died Sunday night in a hospital in Pueblo, Colo., after a year's illness.
    Rachel Ann Coon, daughter of Dayton B. and Mary Potter Coon, was born April 7, 1893, at Utica, Dane County, and came with her parents to Milton in 1907. She was a graduate of Milton high school, attended Milton College and graduated from its School of Music, and also graduated from the Whitewater Normal school, now Whitewater State Teachers College. She taught school in Minnesota, and in Milton and Milton Junction, and gave piano lessons in this area for many years.
    She was married to Harold C. Stillman of Pueblo, Colo., on July 25, 1946, and had lived in Pueblo since then. Mr. Stillman died October 26, 1956.
    She was a member of the Milton Seventh Day Baptist Church, serving in all its activities, especially the choir, and a member of Io Rebekah lodge, Milton. She was a former member and Past Matron of Friendship, Eastern Star and its Past Matron's chain, later affiliating with the Adah Chapter Eastern Star in Pueblo, where she was past president of its Past Matron's club. She was also a member of the Hearthside Study club, McDowell Music club, Daughter of the Nile, Areme society and Win-one class of the First Baptist Church in Pueblo.
    Survivors are two brothers, Elam P. Coon of Milton and Bradenton, Fla., and Philip L. Coon of Beaver Falls, Penn.; three step-sons, Brig. Gen. Robert Stillman and Harold Stillman Jr. of Denver, Colo., and Zinn Stillman of Pueblo; one step-daughter, Mrs. Lenore McKelvy of Denver, Colo.; two nephews and one niece.
    The body was brought to the Albrecht funeral home where the Eastern Star service was given at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The Io Rebekah lodge will give its service during the funeral which is being held this Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Milton Seventh Day Baptist church, with the Rev. Elmo Fitz Randolph officiating.
    Burial will be made in Milton cemetery.