DEATH NOTICES

Dixon Collection
1880 Death Notices from Washington PA Newspapers

Collected and submitted by Glen Dixon

SURNAMES BEGINNING WITH W and X

W and X Surnames

LETTIE WALDRON, age 18, died May 26, 1880, at Cumberland, of consumption. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

ALICE STARKWEATHER WALL, age 17 months, died Jun. 29, 1880, in Monongahela City, of cholera infantum. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Jan. 14, 1881).

DAISY WALLACE, age 10, died Nov. 3, 1880, in Monongahela City. (W.O. Jan. 14, 1881).

JERRY WALLACE, age about 55, died Sep. 28, 1880, near Canonsburg, after being run over by a train. Resident of Canonsburg. Black. (W.R. Sep. 29, 1880).

JAMES WARRICK, age about 28, died Jun. 28, 1880, in Hillsboro, of lung disease. Son of Samuel Warrick. (W.O. Jul. 9, 1880).

Child WASHINGTON, died Feb. 6, 1880, in Canonsburg. Child of Warner Washington. Black. (W.O. Jan. 14, 1881).

JENNIE WATTERS, age about 68, died Feb. 15, 1880 in Franklin Twp. of heart disease. Wife of Samuel Watters. (W.O. Feb. 20, 1880).

Mrs. MARY WATTERSON, age 77, died Sep. 4, 1880, at the residence of her son-in-law, Henry McMurray, Burgettstown. (W.O. Sep. 10, 1880).

Child WEBB, age 3 months, died Aug. 19, 1880, in Washington. Child of Kirk Webb. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

MORRIS P. WEIR, age 4 months, died Sep. 13, 1880, in Morris Twp., of cholera infantum. Son of John & Julia A. Weir. (W.O. Sep. 23, 1880).

SAMUEL WEIR, age about 60, died Nov. 30, 1880, at his residence in Franklin Twp., of disease of the stomach. Internment at Bethel Church. (W.O. Dec. 3, 1880).

ROBERT WELCH, age 23, died Nov. 16, 1880, of burns, after having an epileptic fit and falling into a fireplace the evening previous. Son of John P. Welch, of Chartiers Twp. (W.R. Nov. 18, 1880).

Mrs. MARY E. WELLS, age 40, died Jul. 11, 1880, near Peru, Illinois, of heart disease. Dau. of the late Prof. Joseph Martin, of Washington borough, Pa. She left five children. (W.R. Jul. 22, 1880).

MARY E. WEST, age 16, died Feb. 1880, in East Bethlehem Twp., of consumption. Dau. of Noah West. Black. (W.O. Feb. 27, 1880).

JOSEPH WEYGANDT, age about 57, died Jan. --, 1880, in Clarksville, Greene Co., of paralysis. (W.O. Jan. 30, 1880).

ANNIE E. WHITE, died May 31, 1880, at the residence of son-in-law, W. H .Thomas, Blacksburg, Va. Native of Beallsville, Wash. Co. Widow of Dr. N. W. White, who died in 1871. (W.R. Jun. 1, 1880).

Child WHITE, age 1, died Aug. 9, 1880, in Washington. Child of George White. Black. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

ETTA WHITE, age 2, died Dec. 23, 1880, in Washington. Dau. of John White. (W.O. Feb. 4, 1881).

J. STEWART WHITE, age 36, died Mar. 23, 1880, in Mt. Pleasant Twp., of disease of the bowels. (W.O. Mar. 27, 1880).

REBECCA E. WHITE, age 61, died Mar. Mar. 4, 1880 at her residence in Independence, of heart disease. Widow of William White. (W.O. Mar. 19, 1880).

Mrs. ABIGAIL WHITTICK, age 85, died Nov. 23, 1880, in Mansfield, Allegheny Co. Recently of Canonsburg. (W.O. Dec. 10, 1880).

REZIN WILCONEN, age about 80?, died Jul. 22, 1880, in Hanover Twp., Beaver Co., of general debility. (W.O. Aug. 6, 1880).

MARIA WILLIAMS, age 77, died Apr. 5, 1880, in Washington, of pneumonia. Black. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

EMMA WILLIAMS, age 38, died Oct. 1880, of consumption. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Jan. 21, 1881).

SAMUEL RALSTON WILLIAMS, age 7, died Oct. 10, 1880, in Monongahela City, of diphtheria. (W.O. Oct. 22, 1880).

SARAH G. WILLIAMS, age 11, died Oct. 27, 1880, in Monongahela City, of diphtheria. (W.O. Nov. 19, 1880).

LIZZA WILLIAMSON, age about 68, died Jul. 24, 1880, at the residence of John Brownlee, in Ohio Co., W. Va., near West Alexander, Pa., of general debility. (W.O. Jul. 30, 1880). 

SARAH WILEY, died Mar. 16, 1880, in Brown Co., Ohio. Widow of Dr. Adam Wiley, formerly of Washington Co., Pa. Dau. of Thomas Byers, one of the earliest settlers of East Finley Twp., Wash. Co. (W.O. Apr. 2, 1880).

MARY R. WILKINSON, died Apr. 18, 1880, at Coal Bluff. Wife of Thomas Wilkinson and sister of James Craig. (W.O. Apr. 30, 1880).

NOLLE WILLISON, died Dec. 30, 1880, in Chartiers Twp., of consumption. Son of Joseph Willison. (W.O. Jan. 7, 1881).

DAISY WILSON, died Jun. 4, 1880, in Allegheny City, Allegheny Co. Wife of Prof. S. J. Wilson, D.D., formerly of Washington, Pa. (W.O. Jun. 11, 1880).

JOHN WILSON, age 45, died Mar. 6, 1880, at Riverview, Carroll Twp. He was for several years the --- boss of the Old Eagle coal works. (W.O. Mar. 19, 1880).

MARTHA WILSON, died Jul. 1, 1880, in McKeesport, Allegheny Co., drowned when skiff upset. Dau. of Ma----, Wilson, formerly of Greenfield, Wash. Co. (W.O. Aug. 13, 1880).

MARY WILSON, age about 40, died Apr. 4,1880, at Paris. Wife of Alexander Wilson. (W.O. Apr. 9, 1880).

FRANK MOORE WOLF, age about 27, died Oct. 19, 1880, at the residence of his uncle, H. B. McCollum, at Cairo, Ritchie Co., W. Va., of heart disease. A resident of Washington, Pa. Foreman at the Washington Reporter newspaper. Son of Abraham B. Wolf, of Washington. (W.O. Oct. 22, 1880). 

MICHAEL WOLF, age 20?, died Nov. 2, 1880, in Allen Twp. (W.O. Nov. 19, 1880).

NANCY J. WOLF, age 87, died Apr. 19, 1880, at the residence of her brother, Alexander Agnew, Washington borough. Relict of the late Peter Wolf. (W.O. Apr. 23, 1880).

NELLIE? WOODRUFF, died Sep. 25, 1880, in West Bethlehem Twp., of disease of the bladder. (W.O. Oct. 8, 1880).

LUCY WOODS, age 12, died Jun. 4, 1880, at the residence of Norton McGiffin, in Canton Twp. (W.O. Jun. 11, 1880).

NOBLE WOODWARD, age 70, died Jun. 25, 1880, in Monongahela City, after a protracted illness of dropsy. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.O. Jul. 2, 1880).

ISAAC WORKMAN, age about 19, died Feb. 12, 1880 at Gamble & Risher’s Coal Bank, White Mills, by a fall of slate. Resided in Monongahela City. Interred in Monongahela Cemetery. (W.R. Feb. 18, 1880).

GEORGE WYLAND, age about 85, died Feb. 12, 1880, in Washington, of old age. (W.O. Feb. 20, 1880).

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

 

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