DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH G

G Surnames

JAMES GALWAY, age 82, died Nov. 1880, at the home of his son John B., at Edgar Co., Illinois. A resident of Illinois for the past 25 years. A former resident of Pike Run Twp., Washington Co., Pa. (W.O. Dec. 10, 1880).

AARON GAMBLE, Sr., age 70, died Sep. 24, 1880, in Nottingham Twp. of general debility. Interred at Pigeon Creek. (W.O. Oct. 1, 1880).

CHARLES WARREN GARRET, age 5, died Sep. 14?, 1880. Oldest son of Simon & Susannah Garret. (W.O. Nov. 12, 1880).

CHARLES GARRETT, age 5, died Sep. --, 1880, in West Bethlehem Twp., of scarlet fever. Son of Simon & Susannah Garrett. (W.O. Sep. 23, 1880).

Mrs. NANCY GARRETT, age 70, died Mar. 9, 1880, in Canonsburg. (W.O. Mar. 19, 1880).

ISAAC GAYMAN, age about 75, died Mar. 1, 1880 in West Bethlehem, of pneumonia. (W.O. Mar. 12, 1880).

I-IA? GAYMAN, died Aug. 15, 1880, at Bunker Hill, Illinois, of dysentery Wife of D--- Gayman, and dau. of Hon. D. M. Leatherman, dec’d. Interred at Dunkard Church, Pigeon Creek. (W.O. Sep. 10, 1880).

JACOB GEORGE, age 85, died Nov. 27, 1880, at Primrose, Mt. Pleasant, of pneumonia. (W.O. Dec. 17, 1880).

JANE GEORGE, age 80, died Sep. 26, 1880, in Donegal Twp. (W.R. Sep. 27, 1880).

Infant GIBSON, age 7 months, died Aug. 19?, 1880, at Black Diamond, of cholera infantum Son of George Gibson. (W.O. Sep. 3, 1880).

Mrs. MARY GILLEN, age 50, died Dec. 18, 1880, at her residence in Monongahela City, of cancer of the breast. (W.O. Dec. 31, 1880).

Mrs. LUCINDA GILLESPIE, age 75, died Apr. 18, 1880, in Canonsburg. Black. (W.O. Apr. 30, 1880).

Mrs. GRAHAM, age about 80, died Jun. 25?, 1880, at the residence of her son, John Graham, in Buffalo Twp., of old age. (W.O. Jul. 2, 1880).

ROSE GRAHAM, age 45, died Jan. 20?, 1880 in Carroll Twp., of hemorrhage of the lungs. Wife of Edward Graham. (W.O. Feb. 6, 1880).

SARAH GRAHAM, age 91?, died Jun. 24, 18880, In Donegal Twp. Widow of Robert Graham. (W.O. Jul. 2, 1880).

FREDDIE GRAVES, age 2, died Feb. 24, 1880 in West Pike Run Twp., of scarlet fever. Son of John B. Graves. (W.O. Mar. 5, 1880).

ELI GREEN, age 89, died Jan. 24, 1880 in Brooke Co., W. Va., of general debility. (W.O. Feb. 6, 1880).

ROBERT GREER, age 66, died Jan. 31, 1800 in Butler Co. of neuralgia of the bowels. Former resident of North Strabane Twp. Brother of Robert Greer, Cecil? Twp. (W.O. Feb. 13, 1880).

EDWARD GREGG, age 78, died Jun. 2, 1880, of general debility. An old citizen of West Pike Run Twp. He had been Assessor and Constable for twenty years. (W.O. Jun. 11, 1880).

Mrs. ELIZABETH GRIFFITH, age 82, died Aug. 29, 1880, in Chartiers Twp., of dropsy. Mother of Samuel Griffith, who resides on the old homestead. (W.R. Sep. 2, 1880).

WILLIAM GRIMES, died Nov. 24, 1880, in West Pike Run Twp., by suicide. A widower & a farmer. (W.R. Nov. 25, 1880).

HENRY GROUNDS, age about 80, died Feb. 6, 1880 at his residence in Franklin Twp. (W.O. Feb. 13, 1880).

Miss CHRISTIANA GRUBER, died Mar. 8, 1880, at her residence in Somerset Twp., on her 85th birthday. (W.O. Mar. 12, 1880).

JAMES M. GRUBER, age about 72, died Oct. 6, 1880, at his residence in Somerset Twp., of pneumonia. (W.O. Oct. 15, 1880). 

MATTHEW GRUBER, age 21, died Mar. 20, 1880, in Brownsville, Fayette Co., of typhoid fever. (W.O. Apr. 2, 1880).

AUGUST GILLIAN GUESSFORD, age 5, died Aug. 25, 1880, in Amwell Twp., of typhoid fever. Dau. of Rev. T. C. Guessford. (W.R. Aug. 26, 1880). 

GEORGE GUINN, age 89 or 98, died Feb. 21, 1880, of general debility. Resident of near Thompsonville, Peters Twp. (W.O. Mar. 5, 1880). (W.R. Mar. 10, 1880).

JAMES GUTHRIE, age 68, died May 16, 1880, in Monongahela City, of disease of the bowels. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. May 28, 1880).


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

 

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