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GAMBLE - note that these are not in order by dates

[excerpt, surname of interest only - ALL post office articles would have had other names but these were not copied]

Article from The Reporter ? newspaper, Washington, Pa., June or July [date?], 1818, p.  unknown: 
List of Letters remaining in the post office at Washington PA on 30 June 1818 - Solomon Gamble

Article from The Daily Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., Monday, March 18, 1889, p.  unknown: 
List of Letters remaining in the post office at Washington PA on March 18, 1889: Elmer Gamble

Article from The Daily Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., Thursday, March 14, 1889, p.  unknown: 
"Joe Gamble will spend a few weeks with his father at Shire Oaks."

Article from The Washington Observer newspaper, Washington, Pa., Friday, March 19, 1875, p.  unknown: 
List of Letters remaining in the post office at Washington PA on March 13, 1875: Irable(?) Gamble

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., March 29, 1898, p.  unknown:

DEEDS - March 24, 1898 - Anna B. Gamble, administratix, to John C. Wilson (126 ?) acres and 150 perches and 28 acres and 149 perches of land to Nottingham township [sic]; price $6, 427.41.

 

Article from The Washington Observer newspaper, Washington, Pa., August 30, 1909, p.  unknown: 
(title) Teachers and Pupils of Old School Meet (at?) Present Davis School House...  Among former teachers.... Margaret Gamble

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., September 21, 1878, p.  unknown: Jury List -  Gamble, Andrew, farmer, Somerset (twp.)

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., October 18, 1900, p.  unknown:

"St. Cloud, Oct. 17 - Andrew Gamble of near Kammerer, will sell his personal property.  He has rented his farm to Guy M. Hetherington, and will move to Washington by Nov. 1st."

NOTE: These are all excerpt only, name of interest only.  All were handwritten.

 

 

GUTTERY

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., Jan. 3, 1820, p. 1: [excerpt, surname of interest only]
List of Letters Remaining at the Post Office at Canonsburg, Pa. 

... Thos. Guttery....

PLEASE check original article for complete list of all names.

 

1939

 

GUTTERY

Article from The Observer-Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., Mar. 13 or 15, 1939, p. 4: 

Harry S. Guthrie [article not copied]

 

 

H-Names

1815

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 17, 1815, page unknown:  [excerpt - surname of interest only]
"List of Letters Remaining at the Post Office at Canonsburg, Pa. Mar. 31, 1815 -
[not complete list] - George Hawkins

 

1873

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., June 11, 1873, p. 1:  [not complete article/list of names]

"Candidates" - Treasurer, Capt. A. L. Hawkins

 

1878

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Sept. 18, 1878, page unknown: [not a complete article/list of names]
"Republican Vigilance Committee Meeting" - W. N. Hawkins, Clarksville

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Oct. 1, 1878, page unknown:  [excerpt - surname of interest only]
Beallsville Items - Theo. Hawkins

 1887

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., June 13, 1877, page unknown:  [excerpt - surname of interest only]
Marriages - Hawkins-Freeman

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Aug. 24, 1887, page unknown: [excerpt - surname of interest only]

Beallsville Tips - F. S. Hawkins of Washington

 

1891

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., July 22, 1891, page unknown: [excerpt - surname of interest only]
Col. A. L. Hawkins

1900

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Washington Pa. Daily Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Oct. 18, 1900, p. 5: [excerpt - surname of interest only]
Waynesburg - Walter Hawkins

1904

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Washington Pa. Daily Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Fri., Oct. 14, 1904, p. 6: [excerpt - surname of interest only]
"Son of Our Own Hero" - F. B. Hawkins son of Cal 
Al Hawkins

1909

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Observer newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Nov. 22, 1909, p. 6:  [excerpt - surname of interest only]
Beallsville [not complete article/list of names]- Samuel Hawkins, Ruth Hawkins

1928

 

HAWKINS

Article from the The Observer newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Aug. 13, 1928, p. 10: [excerpt - surnames of interest only]
Mrs. Theodore Hawkins
W. F. Hawkins
Wherry-Hawkins - Frederick reunion

 

 

HOOTMAN

Article from The Reporter newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Apr. 9, 1890, page unknown:
"South Strabane Items - Miss Mary Hootman, who has been teaching school this past winter in Carroll township, returned home Saturday.
J. E. Hootman and Co. have opened a store in Strabane; they will keep everything usually called for in a country store."

 

HOOTMAN

Article from The Observer newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Dec. 8, 1905, p. 1:
Nominal Damages in Slander suits - Other Cases in Court - Before Judge Taylor - Anderson Hootman, farmer, South Strabane [article typed already].

Article from The Observer newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Tues., Dec. 13, 1905, p. 7:
"South Strabane - William Hootman has bought a new feed chopper which will be in operation every Saturday throughout the winter.
W. A. Hootman has been ill with a boil on his face, but is improving."

 

HOOTMAN

Article from The Observer newspaper, Washington Co., Pa., Aug. 30, 1909, page unknown:
Teachers and Pupils of Old School Meet - Present Davis School House -
former teacher, Dr. D. A. Hootman [article typed already].

 

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