DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH T

T Surnames

Mrs. NATAN TANNEHILL, died May 1, 1880, in Chartiers Twp., of general debility. Died at an advanced age. (W.O. May 7, 1880).

JAMES TAYLOR, age about 35, died Jan. 4, 1880 at Allen Twp. after a hunting accident the previous day. Englishman & unmarried. (W.O. Jan. 16, 1880).

JONAH TAYLOR, age 74, died May 20, 1880, of cancer of the liver. Resided in West Pike Run Twp. (W.R. May 27, 1880).

Mrs. MARY TAYLOR, age 61, died Jul. 31, 1880, in East Bethlehem Twp. Mother of R. G. Taylor. (W.O. Aug. 13, 1880).

MARY C. TAYLOR, died Apr. 21, 1880, in Brownsville, Fayette Co. (W.O. May 7, 1880).

ETTIE TEAGARDEN, age 19, died Jun. 2, 1880, in Clarksville, Greene Co., of lung disease. Only child of P. S. Teagarden. (W.O. Jun. 11, 1880).

ISAAC TEEPLE, age about 80, died Oct. 13, 1880, at his farm near Monongahela City, by suicide. He was ill for some time and left a large family. (W.R. Oct. 15, 1880).

EMMA TEMPLETON, age 39, died May 9, 1880. Wife of Matthew Templeton, of Canonsburg. Internment at Upper Buffalo. (W.R. May 10, 1880).

HANNAH THARP, died Sep. 16, 1880, in Tenmile village, of typhoid fever. Dau. of Samuel Tharp. (W.O. Sep. 23, 1880).

OLIVER J. THEAKSTON, age about 35, died Jan. 5, 1880, at his fatherís residence near Centerville, of consumption. Schoolteacher. (W.O. Jan. 16, 1880).

E. L. TIMMINS, age about 1, died Jan. 16, 1880 in Donegal Twp., of diphtheria. Dau. of Milton Timmons. (W.O. Jan. 23, 1880).

LUCY TINES, age 13, died Mar. 25, 1880, in Washington, of organic disease of the brain. Black. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

ELDORA TINLEY, age 9, died Mar. 13, 1880, at Bentleyville, of scarlet fever. Dau. of Abraham & Jemima Tinley. (W.O. Mar. 27, 1880).

JESSIE MAY TINLEY, age 14 months, died Mar. 6, 1880, at Bentleyville, of scarlet fever. Dau. of Abraham & Jemima Tinley. (W.O. Mar. 27, 1880).

Dr. O. D. TODD, age 65, died Dec. 14, 1880, in Allen Twp. (W.O. Dec. 24, 1880).

M. TOMBAUGH, age about 28, died Jun. 28, 1880, in West Bethlehem Twp., of typhoid fever. Wife of John Tombaugh. (W.O. Jun. 9, 1880).

Mrs. REBECCA TOMBAUGH, age 48, died Mar. 6, 1880, in Somerset Twp. (W.O. Mar. 12, 1880).

JAMES TRAINER, age 26, died Sep. 24, 1880, in Limetown, after being shot through the bowels. (W.R. Sep. 25, 1880).

Mrs. MARGARET TREADWAY, died Sep. 17, 1880, in Bristol, Conn. Dau. of Mrs. Susan Orr Terry, formerly of Washington, Pa. and granddaughter of Jas. Orr, Esq., deceased. (W.R. Sep. 30, 1880).

MARTIN TUCKER, age 63, died Nov. 12, 1880, in Hanover Twp., of dropsy. (W.O. Nov. 26, 1880).

GEORGE TURNER, age 87, died Nov. 29, 1880, in Bethany, W. Va. (W.O. Dec. 10, 1880).


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

 

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