DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH P

P Surnames

DAVID J. PATTERSON, age 62, died Sep. 3, 1880, at the residence of his brother, Joseph Patterson, in Cross Creek Twp., of the effects of rheumatism. (W.O. Sep. 10, 1880).

D. H. PATTERSON, age 62, died Mar. 31, 1880, Tama Co., Iowa, from lung disease. Formerly of Cross Creek Twp. (W.O. Apr. 9, 1880).

JAMES PATTERSON, age about 60, died May 22, 1880, suddenly of apoplexy. Resided in Thompsonville. He leaves a wife. (W.R. May 24, 1880).

JAMES PATTERSON, Sr., age 72, died Jan. 16, 1880 at West ---, of general debility. Resident of West Brownsville since 1846. Born in Westmoreland Co. (W.O. Jan. 30, 1880).

MARY B. PATTERSON, died Feb. 20, 1880, at the residence of her son, T. H. Baird Patterson, Pittsburg. Dau. of the late Judge Baird. (W.O. Feb. 27, 1880).

MERTON PATTERSON, age 10 months, died Mar. 26, 1880, near Pleasant Grove, of pneumonia. Child of Josiah & Annie O. Patterson. (W.O. Apr. 9, 1880).

Mrs. PATTERSON, age 99, died Apr. 15, 1880, at the residence of her son-in-law, Andrew Nichols, in South Strabane Twp. Born in Ireland and interred in Washington Cemetery. (W.R. Apr. 21, 1880).

VIRGINIA PATTERSON, died Nov. 20, 1880, in Pittsburg, of consumption. Wife of Hon. Samuel F. Patterson, ex-Speaker of the Pa. House of Representatives, and formerly of Cross Creek Twp., Wash. Co. (W.O. Nov. 26, 1880).

EARNESTINA PATMAN, age 72, died Feb. 3, 1880, at the residence of her son-in-law, J. B. Rockers? in Washington, of bronchitis. (W.O. Feb. 6, 1880).

LIZZIE PAULL, age 24?, died Jan. 11, 1880 in Bridgeport, Fayette Co. Dau. of William Paull. (W.O. Jan. 23, 1880).

ISAAC PEEPLE, age 78, died Oct. 1880, by suicide. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Jan. 21, 1881).

Mrs. PEES, age 47, died Aug. 11?, 1880, in Franklin Twp., of apoplexy. Wife of George Pees. (W.O. Aug. 20, 1880).

Mrs. ELIZABETH PENCE, age 35, died Apr. 16, 1880, in West Alexander, of consumption. (W.O. Apr. 23, 1880).

MAGGIE M. PENROD, age 3, died Feb. 25, 1880 in Greenfield, of diphtheria. Dau. of W.E. Penrod. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Mar. 5, 1880).

Infant PERRINE, died Jan. 10, 1880 in Independence Twp. Infant of Joseph Perrine. (W.O. Jan. 23, 1880).

REBECCA FANNIE PERRINE, age 13, died Feb. 22, 1880 in the home of John Short, East Finley Twp., of diphtheria. Adopted dau. of John Short. (W.O. Mar. 5, 1880).

STEPHEN PERRINE, died Oct. --, 1880, in Jefferson Twp., of cancer of the bowels. (W.O. Oct. 15, 1880). 

PERMILIA PETERS, age about 70, died Jan. 5, 1880 in Hillsboro, of dropsy. Wife of Ross Peters. (W.O. Jan. 16, 1880).

Child PHILIPS, age 11, died May 3, 1880, in West Alexander, of diphtheria. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

Child PHILLIPS, died Mar. 1, 1880. Child of W. J. Phillips, Beallsville. (W.R. Mar. 10, 1880).

Mrs. NANCY PHILLIPS, died Sep. 17, 1880, at her residence in West Findley Twp., of dropsy of the bowels. (W.O. Oct. 1, 1880).

Mrs. NANCY PHILLIPS, age about 62, died Dec. 11, 1880, in Jonestown, of general debility. (W.O. Dec. 24, 1880).

NELSON PHILLIPS, age 55, died May 10, 1880, in Peters Twp. (W.R. May 13, 1880).

LIZZIE PIERCELL, age 17, died Feb. 13, 1880, in Belle Vernon, Fayette Co., of consumption. Dau. of J.A. Piercell. (W.O. Mar. 5, 1880).

JUDGE POLLOCK, age 77, died Apr. 6, 1880, at the residence of Thomas Brown, Webster, Pa., of cancer of the face. (W.R. Apr. 21, 1880).

OSCAR PORTER, age 11? Months, died Jun. 30, 1880, in Burgettstown, of cholera infantum. Son of W. B. & C. J. Porter. (W.O. Jul. 9, 1880).

ANNIE POST, age 18, died Sep. 3, 1880, in Washington borough, of consumption. Wife of William B. Post. (W.O. Sep. 10, 1880).

FRANK POST, age 6, died Jan. 11, 1880, in West Finley Twp. Son of Jeremiah Post. (W.O. Jan. 16, 1880).

ISAAC POST, age about 70, died Nov. 13, 1880, at West Alexander, of paralysis. Interred in the West Alexander Cemetery. (W.R. Nov. 15, 1880).

JANE POST, age about 70?, died Nov. 13, 1880, in West Alexander, of paralysis. Wife of Isaac Post. (W.O. Nov. 19, 1880).

LINDLEY POST, age 3?, died Jan. 7, 1880, in West Alexander. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

Mrs. THOMAS POST, age 58, died Dec. --, 1880, in Morris Twp., of heart disease. (W.O. Dec. 17, 1880).

Infant POTTER, age 6 weeks, died Nov. 20, 1880, in Washington. Child of William Potter. (W.R. Nov. 22, 1880).

ELLEN POWERS, age about 30, died May 3, 1880. Wife of Fulton Powers, of Somerset Twp. (W.O. May 14, 1880).

TID? PYLES, age 12, died Nov. 13, 1880, in Robinson Twp., of brain disease. Dau. of Joshua G. Pyles. (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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