DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH K

K Surnames

GEORGE KEATH, age 28, died Jan. 20, 1880 in the mine of J. S. Neal near Greenfield. A breast of coal fell on him, killing him instantly. He left a wife & child. (W.R. Jan. 28, 1880).

JOAN? KEENAN, died Nov. 16, 1880, in Donegal Twp., of lung disease. (W.O. Nov. 26, 1880).


MARTHA KELSO, age about 20, died Sep. 15, 1880, in Cecil Twp. Dau. of George Kelso. (W.O. Oct. 1, 1880).

TILLIE? KELSO, age about 30, died Dec. 12, 1880, in Allegheny Co., of lung disease. Wife of John Kelso. (W.O. Dec. 24, 1880).

S. R. KENNEDY, age 23, died Apr. 29, 1880, in Pittsburg, of disease of the lungs. Son of John Kennedy, of Allen Twp. Interred in Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Allen Twp. (W.O. May 7, 1880).

Mrs. ELEANOR KIMMONS, age 90, died Feb. 11, 1880, in Dallas, W. Va., suddenly of pneumonia. Formerly of Washington Co., Pa. (W.O. Mar. 5, 1880).

JOHN KING, age 81, died Aug. 17, 1880, at his home in Monongahela City, of old age. Born in New Jersey and came to Allegheny Co., Pa. at age two. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Aug. 20, 1880).

WILLIAM KIRKPATRICK, died Dec. 3, 1880, at his residence in Bower Hill, Peters Twp., at an advanced age. (W.O. Dec. 17, 1880).

Miss ETHA KNOX, age 15, died Aug. 16, 1880, at her fatherís house in East Finley Twp., from effects of being burned by a bursted lamp. Dau. of John S. Knox. (W.R. Aug. 24, 1880).

HANNAH H. KNOX, age 47, died Mar. 10, 1880, in East Finley Twp. of cancer in the breast. Wife of John S. Knox and the dau. of Isaac & Agnes Haveley. (W.O. Mar. 19, 1880).

Miss MARY KOUTZ, age about 71, died May 13, 1880, in Morgan Twp., Greene Co. (W.R. May 18, 1880).

Child KUNEMUND, age 3, died Nov. 17, 1880, of scarlet fever. Son of Henry & Hazel Kunemund, of West Bethlehem Twp. (W.O. Nov. 26, 1880).


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

 

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