Birth August 13, 1850 37
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
Note: According to her obituary, she was born on August 15.
Death of a paternal grandmotherRhoda Hall
about 1850

Burial of a paternal grandmotherRhoda Hall
1850
Religion
a member of the Church of Christ
1865 (Age 14 years)
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
MarriageAlson A. WetmoreView this family
January 26, 1878 (Age 27 years)

Death of a fatherBenjamin S. Dunbar
after 1880 (Age 29 years)

Birth of a son
#1
Charles M. Wetmore
1883 (Age 32 years)

Publication: Find A Grave, www.findagrave.com, 24 Jan 2006
Birth of a son
#2
Floyd A. Wetmore
1888 (Age 37 years)

Publication: Find A Grave, FindAGrave.com, 24 Jan 2006
Burial of a husbandAlson A. Wetmore
November 20, 1918 (Age 68 years)
Publication: Find A Grave, www.findagrave.com, 24 Jan 2006
Death of a husbandAlson A. Wetmore
December 17, 1918 (Age 68 years)
Publication: Find A Grave, www.findagrave.com, 24 Jan 2006
Note: Find A Grave gives provides this death date, but it falls after the burial date given in the Hudson Genealogical group publication.
Anecdote January 23, 1919 (Age 68 years)

Note: Mahala Wetmore applied for a Civil War Widow's pension.
Anecdote 1939 (Age 88 years)
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
Note: At the time of her death, she was the last surviving charter member of the Stow Women's Missionary Society.
Death June 13, 1939 (Age 88 years)
Note: coronary thrombosis
Burial June 16, 1939 (3 days after death)
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
Note: Rev. L. M. Gregory, pastor of Stow Church of Christ, officiated at her funeral service.
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: March 11, 1846
4 years
herself
Mahala A. Dunbar
Birth: August 13, 1850 37Darrowville, Stow Township, Summit County, Ohio
Death: June 13, 1939Brimfield, Portage County, Ohio
Family with Alson A. Wetmore - View this family
husband
herself
Mahala A. Dunbar
Birth: August 13, 1850 37Darrowville, Stow Township, Summit County, Ohio
Death: June 13, 1939Brimfield, Portage County, Ohio
Marriage: January 26, 1878
6 years
son
6 years
son
Alson A. Wetmore + Martha Season - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage:
step-daughter

BirthRebecca Dunbar household, 1860 U.S. census, Summit County, Ohio, population schedule, Stow township, page 20, dwelling 151, family 151; NARA.
BirthMahala A. Wetmore, death certificate no. 40526 (1939), Ohio Department of Health, Columbus
BirthAkron Beacon Journal: Arrange Services For Mrs. Wetmore, Location: Akron, Ohio, Page: page 37, column 2
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
NameRebecca Dunbar household, 1860 U.S. census, Summit County, Ohio, population schedule, Stow township, page 20, dwelling 151, family 151; NARA.
NameAlson A. Wetmore obituary, undated from unnamed newspaper, transcribed 28 May 2000 by Linda Scheck
ReligionAkron Beacon Journal: Arrange Services For Mrs. Wetmore, Location: Akron, Ohio, Page: page 37, column 2
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
MarriageAlson A. Wetmore obituary, undated from unnamed newspaper, transcribed 28 May 2000 by Linda Scheck
AnecdoteAlson A. Wetmore Pensiion application for service in the US Army, Record Info: NARA publication T289, roll 427
AnecdoteAkron Beacon Journal: Arrange Services For Mrs. Wetmore, Location: Akron, Ohio, Page: page 37, column 2
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
DeathMahala A. Wetmore, death certificate no. 40526 (1939), Ohio Department of Health, Columbus
BurialHudson Genealogical Study Group, "Inscriptions and Index to Stow Cemetery, Stow, Ohio" (Publication 16, Hudson, Ohio, 2000).
BurialAkron Beacon Journal: Arrange Services For Mrs. Wetmore, Location: Akron, Ohio, Page: page 37, column 2
Publication: 16 Jun 1939
NoteStow Ohio: Shadows of the Past
Publication: Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1972
Citation details: page 53
Birth
According to her obituary, she was born on August 15.
Anecdote
Mahala Wetmore applied for a Civil War Widow's pension.
Anecdote
At the time of her death, she was the last surviving charter member of the Stow Women's Missionary Society.
Death
coronary thrombosis
Burial
Rev. L. M. Gregory, pastor of Stow Church of Christ, officiated at her funeral service.
Note
Miss Mahala Dunbar was a Charter Member of the Darrow Street Grange, founded in 1874 in Stow, Ohio. Darrow Street Grange No. 751 was organized on March 26, 1874, as a local agricultural organization in Darrowville, Ohio, a small farming town just south of Hudson near Norton Road. Farmers from Darrowville, Stow, and Hudson joined. When it was established, the entrance fee was $3 for men and $0.50 for women.