M'ADAMS - On Monday, January 20, 1919, at 6 a.m. EULALIA M'ADAMS (nee Koffler) beloved wife of Francis J. McAdams.
Funeral from the home of her parents, 1622 Oak street, Carrick, on Thursday, January 22 at 9 a.m. Requiem high mass at St. Mary's Church, Forty-sixth street, Pittsburgh at 10 a.m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Source: The Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Tuesday, January 21, 1919, Page 15
Eulalia was born in May 1894 in Pennsylvania. The 1910 Census shows her living with her father, Nicholas, 43, also born in Pennsylvania, mother Victoria, 39, born in Germany and six brothers and sisters, all born in Pennsylvania: Laurence, 13, Harriet, 12, Francis [male], 8, Mildred, 5, Adalade, 3, and Ruth 1. In 1870, Eulalia's grandfather, Milcah Koffler is living in Snowden Township, Allegheny County. Milcah, 44 at that time, was a farmer born in Baden. With him are his wife Annie, 42, born in Bruges and nine children, all born in Pennsylvania: Elizabeth, 19, Mary, 17, George, 13, Valentine, 11, Joseph, 9, Maggie, 7, Nicholas, 5, daughter Frances, 3, and Kate, 1. [Source: 1870 Federal Census Tables for Allegheny County, Snowden Township, printed page 448]. Eulalia married Francis McAdams in 1916. She was originally buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Section N Lot 108 where Francis' parents, James McAdams [1865 - 1918] and Margaret Moan McAdams [1872 - 1950] now rest. Section N Lot 108 is deeded to Francis' grandmother, Mary Moan [1840 - 1905] who also rests in that plot. In November of 1920, Eulalia was moved to St. George Cemetery.
Submitted by Nancy McAdams email@example.com