GEORGE T. HILTON
Gorge T. Hilton, 67, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home on main street, West Alexander, Saturday, Sept. 11, 1943, at 12:30 a. m. Mr. Hilton was born October 19, 1876, at Taylorstown, a son of Thomas and Sevina Bartilson Hilton. He resided his entire life in the Claysville and West Alexander Districts. Mr. Hilton was a member of the Claysville Presbyterian Church and was a carpenter by trade. He had three sons in the armed forces.
He survived by his wife, Hazel Crowe Hilton; five sons, Sgt. John Hilton, in North Africa; Sgt. Robert C. Hilton, Ft. Stockton, Tex.; Raymond O Hilton, United States Navy, at Chapel Hill, N.C.; William and Richard, at home; four daughters, Mrs. Sue Stillwagon and Mrs. Dorothy Crowe, West Alexander, R.D. 2; Evelyn, of Los Angeles, Calif., and Esther, at home; a brother, R.B. Hilton, Claysville and a sister, Miss Sara Hilton, Claysville.
**This was George Thomas Hilton's marriage announcement for his first wife: Cora Viola Mounts***
Marriage Announcement From the WASHINGTON REPORTER dated 20th of December 1900.
One of the pretty events of the season here was the marriage this afternoon of Miss Cora Viola Mounts, of Main Street, and George T. Hilton, of Pittsburgh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Hilton, of North Green Street, this place, by the Rev. R. L. Erhard, of the United Brethren Church. The bride is a great favorite of society circles, and the groom is also popular here, this being his home until he became connected with the Vulcan Boilerworks, of Pittsburgh. The newly married couple left on the 4:08 B & O train for their future home in Pittsburgh, which has already been furnished for them. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton have a host of friends here who wish them well as they embark on life's journey.