Name:   Grace Gertrude (Wilson) Galutia

From:  The Bradford Era, Bradford, Pennsylvania
Date:  Friday, June 22, 1951

Mrs. Grace Wilson Galutia, 77, Elm St.. Eldred, died yesterday afternoon at Bradford Hospital after a short illness.

Born in Liberty, Pa., Aug. 7, 1873, she married the late John Galutia Aug 7, 1891 in Olean, N.Y.  She had been a resident of Eldred for the past eight years and was a member of the Eldred Methodist Church and the VFW Auxilary [sic].

She is survived by five sons, Leo, Shango, N.Y., Marion, Olean, Elsworth, Elmira, N.Y., Harold, Canisteo, and Ralph, Eldred.  Eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive.

A prayer service will be held at the Guenther and Morton Funeral Home at 1:30 p.m. with the funeral service to follow at 2 p.m. in the Eldred Methodist Church.  Rev. William Slocum will officiate.  Burial will be in the Lamphier Cemetery in Eldred.


From:  The Bradford Era, Bradford, Pennsylvania
Date:  Sunday, June 24, 1951

Funeral services for Mrs. Grace {Galutia} were held Saturday afternoon at the Guenther and Morton Funeral Home, Portville, at one-thirty o'clock with the Rev. William Esler Slocum officiating.  Further services were held at the Eldred Methodist Church at two o'clock and burial was in Lamphier Cemetery.

Mrs. Galutia died late Thursday evening in the Bradford Hospital following a brief illness.  She had been removed to the hospital the previous Sunday when her condition became serious.

Mrs. Galutia who has made her home here for the past eight years, was born at Liberty, Pennsylvania on August 7, 1873, and was married to the late John Galutia on August 7, 1891, at Olean.  She was a member of Eldred Methodist Church and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Post 2092.

Surviving her are five sons, Leo Galutia, Shango, New York; Marion Galutia, Olean; Ellsworth Galutia, Elmira; Harold Galutia, South Canisteo, and Ralph Galutia at home; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Louis Herrmann, George Herrmann, William Leffler, Dean Stahlman, Raymond Moses and Herman Marrone.