DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH E

E Surnames

JOHN EAGUE, age about 22, died May 21, 1880, drowned in Hastings Dam. Resided at Linn Town & worked at Clark’s coal works. Black. Interred at Washington. (W.R. May 28, 1880).

R. R. EAGYE, age 25?, died Jun. 23, 1880. Resident of Bentleyville. (W.O. Jul. 2, 1880).

Mrs. CHRISTINA EARNEST, age 76, in East Finley Twp., of general debility. (W.O. May 7, 1880).

MANUEL EARNEST, age 23, died Mar. 2, 1880, in West Finley Twp, of lung fever. Son of William Earnest. (W.O. Mar. 12, 1880).

HANNAH EBBERTS, age 32, died Feb. 11, 1880 in Washington Borough, of consumption. Wife of Samuel Ebberts. Black. (W.O. Feb. 20, 1880).

MAGGIE ECKLES, age 4 months, died Jan. 29, 1880, in Washington, Pa., of consumption. Dau. of Lynn Eckles. (W.O. Feb. 6, 1880).

Male ELLIOT, died Jun. 12, 1880, in West Finley Twp. While hoeing corn, a storm blew in and he & his brother went under a tree and was then struck by lightning. Son of William Elliot. (W.O. Jun. 18, 1880).

RACHEL ELLIOTT, age 6, died Sep. 26, 1880, in Claysville. Second child of Dr. J. M. & Elizabeth Elliott. (W.R. Sep. 27, 1880).

WILLIAM ENGLAND, age about 48, died Apr. 11, 1880, in Washington, of pneumonia. (W.O. Apr. 16, 1880).

F. J. L. ENLOW, died Mar. 9, 1880, in Cecil Twp. (W.O. Mar. 19, 1880). 

Miss RUTH A. EVANS, age 27, died Jul. 15, 1880, at her parent’s residence, in Amwell Twp., of consumption. Dau. of Abel M. & Elma Evans. (W.R. Jul. 27, 1880). 

JOHN EWING, Jr., age about 21, died Nov. 6, 1880, in Mt. Pleasant Twp., of typhoid fever. (W.O. Nov. 26, 1880).

JOHN H. EWING, Jr., died Oct. 9, 1880, in Canonsburg, of consumption. Eldest son of Rev. William & Belle Quail Ewing. (W.O. Oct. 15, 1880). 

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

 

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