DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH F

F Surnames

MARGARET E. FELL, age 19, died Feb. 26, 1880, at her residence in Webster, Pa. Wife of William Fell. (W.O. Mar. 12, 1880).

ELIZABETH FENTON, died Aug. 14, 1880, at Haulin, Jefferson Twp. Eldest dau. of the late William Pilee?, of Smith Twp. (W.O. Sep. 10, 1880). 

GEORGE FINLEY, age 14, died May 29, 1880, at Webster, of diphtheria. Son of David Finley. (W.O. Jun. 11, 1880).

CHARLES FINNEY, age about 18, died Jan. 1880, in Bulger. He was a driver in the Walnut Hill coal mine and was crushed between the wagons. (W.O. Jan. 30, 1880).

WILLIAM FITZWILLIAMS, age 55, died Apr. 6, 1880, in ChartiersTwp., of diarrhea. Formerly of Washington borough. (W.O. Apr. 9, 1880).

Child FLANIGAN, age 1 month, died May 8, 1880, in Washington. Child of Susan Flanigan. Black. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

ELIZABETH FRANCIS FLETCHER, age 13, died Sep. 15, 1880, in Washington borough, of diphtheria. Black. (W.R. Sep. 16, 1880).

JOHN FOLEY, age about 65, died Nov. 9, 1880, in Wheeling, W. Va., suddenly from heart disease. He was the watchman at the Chartiers Tunnel on the Hempfield for many years. Interred in Washington, Pa. (W.R. Nov. 10, 1880).

Child FOREST, age 1, died Jul. 9, 1880, in Washington, of cholera infantum. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

JAMES MILLS FOREST, age 11 months, died Jul. 9, 1880, in South Strabane Twp. Son of Richard and Theresa Forrest. (W.O. Jul. 16, 1880).

SMITH W. FOWLER, died May 18, 1880, in Steubenville, Ohio, suddenly of heart disease. Formerly of West Middletown, Pa. (W.O. May 28, 1880).

Miss MARY ANN FRANCE, died Aug. 21, 1880, in Dixmont asylum. Her remains were interred in West Middletown, her former residence. (W.O. Aug. 27, 1880).

GEORGE FREDERICK, age about 30, died Mar. 6, 1880, at Beallsville, of pneumonia. Interred in Beallsville Cemetery. (W.R. Mar. 10, 1880).

FRANKLIN FRIEND, age 25, died Nov. 16, 1880, by suicide. Son of David Friend, of West Bethlehem Twp. Unmarried. (W.R. Nov. 17, 1880).

MARY JANE FRIEND, age about 9, died Jun. 21, 1880, in West Bethlehem Twp., of scarlet fever. Dau. of A. Friend. (W.O. Jul. 9, 1880).

PHOEBE FRY, age about 63, died Mar. 30, 1880, in West Bethlehem Twp., of cancer. (W.O. Apr. 9, 1880).

NELSON G. FULMER, age 81, died Jul. 21, 1880, at his brotherís at East Liberty, Pittsburg, of consumption. Interred in Beallsville Cemetery. (W.O. Jul. 30, 1880).

Infant FULTON, died Aug. 15, 1880, in Burgettstown. Infant dau. of Charles Fulton. (W.O. Sep. 10, 1880).



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

 

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