DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH A

A Surnames

JONAH ABBIATE?, age 18, died Aug. 12, 1880, at Black Diamond, of typhoid fever. Born in Besona Pino, Italy. (W.O. Aug. 27, 1880).

FINNELL ABRAHAM, age 1, died Feb. 24, 1880. Son of W. H. Abraham, of Hillsboro. (W.R. Mar. 10, 1880).

HATTIE ABRAMS, age 14 days, died Apr. 1880, of cholera infantum. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Jan. 21, 1881).

Infant ADDLEMAN, age 4 days, died Jan. 1880 in Morgan Twp., Greene Co., of convulsions. Infant son of Solomon Addleman. (W.O. Jan. 23, 1880).

WILLIE AGNEW, age about 1, died Jul. 15, 1880, of cholera infantum. Son of William Agnew. Internment in Washington. (W.O. Jul. 23, 1880).

ALEXANDER AIKEN, age 61, died Feb. 4, 1880 in Pittsburg, formerly of Canton Twp., Wash. Co. Brother of David Aiken, Esq., of Washington. (W.O. Feb. 13, 1880).

Mrs. ALEXANDER, age about 80, died Jan. 1880, at the residence of Jesse Plants, her son-in-law, East Finley Twp., of general debility. Widow of E. G. Alexander. . (W.O. Jan. 16, 1880).

Mrs. JOSEPHINE ALLMAN, age 28, died Apr. 28, 1880, in West Pike Run Twp., of consumption. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

MARY AMSPOKER, died Jul. 26, 1880, in New Concord, Ohio. Widow of John Amspoker. Formerly of Upper Buffalo. (W.O. Aug. 20, 1880).

DAVID ANDERSON, died Aug. 17, 1880, in Brownsville, Fayette Co., of lung disease. Carpenter. (W.O. Aug. 27, 1880).

NICHOLAS ANDRE, age about 28, died Aug. 16, 1880, in Amwell Twp., as a result from falling from a hay mow into a running thrashing machine. A native of Germany. He came to the U.S. eleven years previous. Brother-in-law of William Leonhardt. (W.O. Aug. 20, 1880 & (W.R. Aug. 18, 1880).

JESSE ANDREWS, age 80, died Aug. 17, 1880, in Morris Twp., Greene Co. (W.O. Aug. 27, 1880).

NANCY ANDREWS, age 72, died Oct. 7, 1880, in Steubenville. Widow of William Andrews, of Burgettstown. Interred in Burgettstown. (W.O. Oct. 15, 1880). 

ELIZA APPLEGATE, age 69, died Apr. 1880. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Jan. 21, 1881).

Miss REBECCA APPLEGATE, age 63, died Feb. 10, 1880. Sister of Walter & Madison Applegate of Monongahela City. (W.O. Feb. 20, 1880).

ANNIE ARMOR, age about 40, died Mar. 18, 1880, in Hanover Twp., of typhoid pneumonia. Wife of McCandless Armor. (W.O. Mar. 27, 1880).

Child ARMSTRONG, age 9, died Feb. 25, 1880, in West Alexander. Child of Tony Armstrong. Black. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

DAVID ARNOLD, age 98, died Jun. 8, 1880, in Morgan Twp., Greene Co. (W.O. Jun. 18, 1880).

EMMA MAY ARNOLD, age about 4 months, died Jul. 3, 1880, in Chartiers Twp., of cholera infantum. Dau. of Joseph & Mary Black Arnold. (W.O. Jul. 16, 1880).

LEVI ARNOLD, age about 64, died Sep. 16, 1880, in Canonsburg, of disease of the stomach & liver. (W.O. Sep. 23, 1880).

BLATCHLEY ASHBROOK, age about 30, died May 30, 1880, at his step-father, Cyrus Sprowl’s residence, in East Finley Twp., of consumption. Son of the late John Ashbrook. (W.O. Jun. 18, 1880).

WILLIAM H. ATKINS, age 59, died Jul. 20, 1880, in Monongahela City, of consumption. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Aug. 13, 1880).

Source: 1880 DEATHS FROM THE WASHINGTON (Pa.) REPORTER & WASHINGTON (Pa.) OBSERVER. Extracted by G.D. Dixon

 

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