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Posted: June 25, 2004; Updated: February 17, 2012
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SURNAME, First Name, Birthdate, Deathdate, Other
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ABT, Julia F., 1898-1985, (photo)
ADAMOWSKI, Marilou M., 1909-1979, (photo)
ADAMS, Sarah, 1837-1909, w/o Thomas, same stone as Thomas, (stone toppled over), (photo)
ADAMS, Thomas, 1836-1915, h/o Sarah, same stone as Sarah, (stone toppled over), (photo)
ALBARANO, Nick, 1909-1975, same stone as Nora, (photo), (obit below)
ALBARANO, Nora L., 1912-2005, same stone as Nick, (photo)
ALCHIMOWICZ, Antoni, 1881-1950, same stone as Michalina, (photo)
ALCHIMOWICZ, Michalina, 1896-1950, same stone as Antoni, (photo)
ALLA, Isidore, 1845-1923, Father, (photo)
ALLA, Therese, 1851-1925, Mother, (photo)
ALLINDER, Archie R., June 23, 1918-Dec. 4, 1955, TEC 4 SV Co 6th Armd Inf Bn, Enlisted June 3, 1942, Discharged Oct. 19, 1945, (photo)
ALLINDER, Loretta, 1898-1947, Mother, (photo)
ALLINDER, Rita CARL, Aug. 30, 1950 / Oct. 1, 1957, w/o Archie, d/o Henry & Nettie Carl, (obit below), (photo)
ALOHIMOVICH, Stanley, 1887-1923, (photo)
ASHTON, Anne B., 1911-2003, same stone as Edwin, (photo)
ASHTON, Chester J., 1900-1964, same stone as Marie, (photo)
ASHTON, Edwin P., July 13, 1904-August 8, 1947, h/o Ann A. BEDNER, same stone as Anne, (obit below), (photo)
ASHTON, Marie C., 1902-1997, same stone as Chester, (photo)
BACHMANN, Marie CALLAHAN, 1889-1978, (photo)
BALDIGOWSKI, John, 1882-1933, (photo)
BALDIGOWSKI, Rose, 1887-1966, Mother, (photo)
BANKS, Anna, 1859-1927
BANKS, James, 1841-1895
BARDO, Catherine G., 1881-1946, Sister, (photo)
BARDO, Nicholas H., 1862-1932, Brother, (photo)
BARDO, Susan C., 1879-1940, Sister, (photo)
BARKER, John E., 1889-1918, Father, (photo)
BEBER (BIBER), Frank, June 14, 1909(Poland)-Jan. 3, 1963, h/o Sophie, (obit below), (photo)
BEBER, Sophie, 1914-1982, same stone as Frank, (photo)
BEDNAR, Joseph L., 1884-June 24, 1943, h/o Anna, (obit below), (photo)
BEDNER, Anna A. 1888-1973, Wife, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
BELLAIRT, Julian, 1880-1949, (photo)
BENARD, Karen Lynn, 1981-1981, metal funeral home marker, Thomas & Little FH, (photo)
BENDER, Anna T., Nov. 14, 1876-July 10, 1959, My Darling Mother, (photo)
BENDER, William, Oct. 3, 1875-Mar. 8, 1923, (photo)
BEREZNIK, Julia (Mrs.), d: March 1916, w/o Paul, (obit)
BERNARD, Clemence, 1852-1920, same stone as Eugene, (photo)
BERNARD, Eugene, 1844-1918, same stone as Clemence, (photo)
BERNARD, Jesse, 1980-1980, metal funeral home marker, Thomas & Little FH, (photo)
BERTOLINO, Anna M., 1915-1930, Mother, (photo)
BERTOLINO, Steve, 1908-1951, (photo)
BERTOVICH, Anna, 1892-1925, Mother, (photo)
BERTRAND, Elizabeth R., 1870-1941, Mother, (photo)
BERTRAND, Esther L., 1903-1920, (photo), (obit below)
BERTRAND, Francis J., 1867-1945, Father, (photo)

BERTWICK, John, d: June, 1906, (obit below), (photo)
BIBER, Lawrence, 1877-1941, Father, (photo)
BINET, Adele, 1877-1937, same stone as Francois, Josephine & Jules, (photo)
BINET, Francois, 1870-1930, same stone as Adele his wife, Josephine &Jules, (photo)
BINET, Josephine F., 1909-1935, same stone as Francois, Adele & Jules, (photo)
BINET, Jules, 1897-1989, same stone as Francois, Adele & Josephine, (photo)
BISH, Mary BURNS, 1900-1929, (photo)
BISTARKEY, Elizabeth, Unknown, Grandmother, (photo)
BISTARKEY, Theresa, Nov. 11, 1918, Mother, (photo)
BLANC, August, 1832-1917, (photo)
BLANC, August, 1868-1926, (photo)
BLANC, Mildred, 1915-1922, (photo), (obit below)
BLANK, Joseph, 1866-1912, same stone as Firmien & Clesta SALLES, and Leoncie Blank, (photo)
BLANK, Leoncie, 1881-1927, same stone as Joseph BLANK and Firmien & Celesta SALLES, (obit below), (photo)
BODNAR, Frank, 1946-1977, AN US Navy, Vietnam, (photo)
BODUREK, Jacob, d: Jan. 10, 1944, h/o Kathryn WHYTE, (obit below)
BOLAN, Mary WEST, 1897-1981, (photo)
BONISLAWSKY, Helen A., 1912-1972, Mother, same stone as Anna KONECKI, (photo)
BORELLA, Antoinette, 1915-1918, (photo)
BORELLA, Consiglia, 1873-1952, Mother, (photo)
BORELLA, Prosper, 1868-1918, Father, (photo)
BOWLAND, Charles, 1883-1972, (photo)
BOWLAND, Mary Ann, 1880-1953, (photo)
BOZIC, Rose, hand made cement cross, no dates, (photo)
BRADFORD, Sarah WACKER KESSLER, Sept. 14, 1885 / Aug. 23, 1957, (obit below), (photo)
BRADLEY, Catherine, May _th, 1825-July 20th, 1903, Our Beloved Mother, (photo)
BRADLEY, stone has writing on 2 faces, but I can’t read it, very worn, (photo)
BRADLEY, William, d: July 23, 1916, (obit below)
BRADY, Philip A., no dates, and sons, Charles-Edward-Ralph, (photo)
BRASDA, Caroline, 1885-1977, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
BRASDA, Charles J., Aug. 22, 1911-Oct. 11, 1958, TEC 5, Btry C., 431st CAC, Enlisted Mar. 7, 1942, Discharged Oct. 23, 1945, (photo)
BRASDA, Joseph, 1884-1945, same stone as Caroline, (photo)
BREIT, Caroline BRUNOWSKY, 1885 in Austria-September 27, 1941, (obit below)
BRENNAN, Margaret, July 6, 1891-July 23, 1974, (photo)
BRENNAN, Mary, Nov. 8(3?), 1873(8?), aged 25 years and 11 mos., dau of Jeremiah & Mary COSTELLO, (photo)
BRENNEN, Edward, d: Jan. 1930, 84yo, Civil War Vet, (obit)
BRENNAN, Thos. J., 1891-1925, Base Hospital Div. 78, (photo)
BRITT, Elizabeth BRENNAN, 1854-March 3, 1924, w/o John, (obit below)
BRITT, John, d: August 15, 1908, (obit below)
BRONCHAIN, Hubert, 1849-1914, same stone as Leonie, (photo)
BRONCHAIN, Leonie, 1852-1925, His Wife, same stone as Hubert, (photo)
BROWN, Frances A., April 7, 1926-June 17, 1929, (photo)
BROWN, Jemima, 1862-1955, same stone as John, (photo)
BROWN, John J., 1855-1918, same stone as Jemima his wife, (photo)
BUCHEIT, Henrietta, d: Aug. 1, 1921, (obit below)
BULGER, no names, no dates, (photo)
BURACZEWSKA, Rozalia, 1882-1950, Mother, (photo)
BURACZEWSKI, Joseph, 1881-1960, (photo)
BURGOON, Anna Creahan (Mrs.), Dec. 18, 1906 / May 15, 1983, w/o Robert C., (obit)
BURNS, Martin J., 1865-1932, same stone as Sarah, (photo)
BURNS, Sarah J., 1871-1950, same stone as Martin, (photo)
CAIRNS, Patrick, 1880-1912, (photo)
CALFO, Stella VALENT, Sept. 5, 1917-Dec. 2, 1997, (photo)
CALLAHAN, Anna, 1891-1961, (photo)
CALLAHAN, Catherine M., 1903-1986, Mother, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
CALLAHAN, James F., July 12, 1894-Nov. 4, 1939, Pvt. Co. C 129th Engrs., Enlisted Sept. 3, 1918, Discharged July 17, 1919, (photo)
CALLAHAN, John B., 1887-1976, (photo)
CALLAHAN, John, Mar. 19, 1887-Oct. 15, 1976, Cpl. US Army, WW I, (photo)
CALLAHAN, Rose, 1858-1948, Mother, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
CALLAHAN, Thomas P., 1894-1962, Father, same stone as Catherine, (photo)
CALLAHAN, Thomas, 1856-1927, Father, same stone as Rose, (photo)
CAMPBELL, Annie, d: Oct. 15, 1905, (obit below)
CARDELLO, Antonia, 1866-1938, same stone as James, (photo)
CARDELLO, James, 1859-1942, same stone as Antonia, (photo)
CARDILLO, Andrea, 1868-1921, (photo)
CARDILLO, Rose, 1870-1928, Mother, (photo)
CARL, Dorothy, 1922-1985, beloved wife and mother, (photo)
CARL, Henry O., 1898-1970, same stone as May, (photo)
CARL, May C., 1905-1988, same stone as Henry, (photo)
CARNEY, Charles, d: October 24, 1927, (obit below), (photo)
CARNEY, engraved into a wall which surrounds a plot, no names or dates or other stones, (photo)
CASTNER, Lawrence S. Jr., June 3, 1922-Oct. 26, 1928, (photo)
CHAMAR, Agnes C., 1880-19__, same stone as Edward & Rose Marie, (photo)
CHAMAR, Anna, 1844-1924, His Wife, same stone as Anthony, (photo)
CHAMAR, Anthony, 1831-1907, same stone as Anna, (obit below), (photo)
CHAMAR, Edward E., 1881-1919, same stone as Agnes & Rose Marie, (photo)
CHAMAR, John Joseph (infant), d: July 11, 1916, s/o Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Chamar, (obit)
CHAMAR, Julia C., no dates, same stone as Victor, (photo)
CHAMAR, Mathurin, 1842-1940, same stone as Sadonia, (photo)
CHAMAR, Nora B., 1890-1980, Aunt, (photo)
CHAMAR, Rose Marie, 1913, same stone as Edward and Agnes, (photo)
CHAMAR, Sadonia, 1851-1951, same stone as Mathurin, (photo)
CHAMAR, Victor, no dates, same stone as Julia, (photo)
CHAMBERS, Margaret, Died Dec. 29, 1902, in her 58 year, wife of Robert, (photo)
CHAMBERS, Robert, Died Mar. 18, 1905, in his 62 year, same stone as Margaret, (photo)
CHAZAL, no names, no dates, (photo)
CHESICK, Ignatz, d: April 5, 1924, (obit below)
CIOSMAK, Mary WASHNOCK, d: Dec. 24, 1943, w/o Michael, (obit below)
COACHMAN, Irene P., 1898-1964, (photo)
COACHMAN, Martha S., 1918-2003, (photo)
COACHMAN, Walter, 1923-1976, S1, US Navy, WW II, (photo)
COACHMAN, William V., 1882-1946, Father, (photo)
COLEMAN, John, Aug. 4, 1835-Mar. 13, 1904, Father, (photo)
COLLINS, Annie S., 1878-1939, Mother, (photo)
COLLINS, Charles, 1908-date cut off, same stone as Laverne, (photo)
COLLINS, John F., 1903-1921, (photo)
COLLINS, Joseph, 1873-1961, same stone as Loretta COLLINS LAMEY, (photo)
COLLINS, Laverne M., 1914-2001, same stone as Charles, (photo)
COLLINS, Mary E., 1843-1909, His Wife, same stone as Patrick, (photo)
COLLINS, Michael F., 1875-1961, Father, (photo)
COLLINS, Patrick, 1834-1909, same stone as Mary, (photo)
COLLINS, Sarah A., 1882-1970, same stone as William, (photo)
COLLINS, William J., 1880-1964, same stone as Sarah A., (photo)
CONLEY, Bridget, 1830 - 1909, w/o John, same stone as John, (stone toppled over), (photo)
CONLEY, John, 1830 - 1916, h/o Bridget, same stone as Bridget, (stone toppled over), (photo)
COYLE, Patrick J., Apr. 6, 1921-Mar. 21, 1979, US Army WW II, (photo)
CUNNINGHAM, Elizabeth, no dates, Wife, same stone as James, (photo)
CUNNINGHAM, Emma, d: abt March, 1922, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Richard, (obit below)
CUNNINGHAM, James, no dates, Husband, same stone as Elizabeth, (photo)
CUNNINGHAM, Margaret TINNEY, May 8, 1858 in Ireland-Sept. 16, 1935, (obit below)
CUNNINGHAM, Mary, Nov. 6, 1879-April 20, 1936, w/o Richard, d/o Richard & Sarah BAXTER, (obit below)
Davis, Sarah “Sadie” Dougherty, b 4 Mar 1868, m 25 Dec 1891, d 2 Ap 1924, d/o Michael and Jane Dougherty, (see DOUGHERTY),(SN)
D'CARLO, Beatrice, 1910-1997, same stone as Donald, married May 18, 1933, (photo)
D'CARLO, Donald, 1900-1989, same stone as Beatrice, Married May 18, 1933, (photo)
D'CARLO, Donald, Mar. 26, 1900-Dec. 14-1989, Pvt. US Army WW I, (photo)
DALLA PIAZZA, Vincenzo, 1879-1948, (photo)
DAMS, Loretta F., 1904-1976, same stone as Louis, (photo)
DAMS, Louis J., Sr., 1900-1978, same stones as Loretta, (photo)
DAUDET, Helen, Aug. 18, 1928-Jan. 17, 1959, Mother, (photo)
DAVIS, Margaret DAUGHERTY, March 4, 1868-April 2, 1924, (obit below)
DEAN, Isabell, 1889-1959, same stone as Martin Sr., (photo)
DEAN, Martin Sr., 1886-1956, same stone as Isabell, (photo), (obit below)
DEBIASI, Leon Walter, April 13, 1904 / Nov. 18, 1932, (obit), (photo)
DeBIASI, Leon, 1904-1933 , (photo)
DECOLA, Anthony, 1895-1964, PFC Med. Dept. US. Army, WW I, (photo)
DECOLA, Anthony, 1855-1933, same stone as Mary and Marion, (photo)
DECOLA, Marion, 1888-1943, same stone as Anthony & Mary, (photo)
DECOLA, Mary, 1862-1911, same stone as Anthony & Marion, (photo)
DECOLA, Peter, 1890-1936, Pvt. Co. M., 330th Inf. WW, (photo)
DECOLA, Pvt. Marion, 1888-1943, Bty. A. 232 F. A., (photo)
DELFOSSE, Jules, Belgium March 4, 1887-July 4, 1957, (photo) (obit)
DeNOBLE, Mary, Oct. 28, 1900-June 8, 1914, (photo)
DERRY, Gerald V., May 25, 1910-Mar. 19, 1979, CM1 US Navy, WW II, (photo)
DERRY, Margaret IGLAR, Jan. 1, 1924-Mar. 27, 1992, (photo)
DESANTISI, Cataldo, 1871-1912, Supino Italia Ricordo Della Moglie, same stone as FRANCHI, Rocco, (photo)
DESCHAMPS, Rosemary, Feb. 8, 1937, Our Baby Angel, (photo)
DeVALKENEER, Rose, 1886-1948, (photo)
DOBROWOLSKI, Shawn, Sept, 19, 1965-Sept. 20, 1965, Our Little Angel, (photo)
DOLAN, Antoinette, 6 month baby girl, same stone as Anna Dolan MEIGHAN, Marie Patricia DOLAN, John MEIGHAN, Margaret MEIGHAN, (photo)
DOLAN, Marie Patricia, May 11, 1907-Jan. 16, 1958, same stone as Antoinette, Anna Dolan, John MEIGHAN, Margaret MEIGHAN, (photo)
DOLCICH, Dora, 1888-1967, (photo)
DOLCICH, Joseph J., 1919-1989, same stone as Juanita, (photo)
DOLCICH, Juanita M. Garrett, d: March 14, 2008, same stone as Joseph, (photo), (obit)
DORSDICK, Joan P., no dates, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
DORSDICK, Thomas V., 1929-1995, same stone as Joan P., (photo)
DOUGHERTY, George, d: 1906, same stone as Margaret
, (obit below)
Dougherty, Jane Ellen Summerville, b 1843, d 1883 w/o Michael J., (SN)
DOUGHERTY, Margaret, d: 1913, same stone as George
DOUGHERTY, Mary, d: 1876
Dougherty, Michael J., b 1840, m January 1863, d 3 Aug 1872, Husband, 33yo, (SN)
DOUGHERTY, Sadie, d: 1924 (see DAVIS)
DOYLE, Lawrence, Co. ?, 4 PA CAV., (photo)
DROZINSKI, Leonard B., Dec. 15, 1916-Feb. 9, 1966, Shipfitter 3/C US Navy, Enlisted Mar. 1, 1945, Discharged Feb. 13, 1946, (photo)
DUDA, Catherine, 1895-1955, Mother, (photo)
DUDA, Lawrence, 1895-1962, Father, (photo)
DUFFY, Charles P., 1907-1959, Father, (photo)
DUFFY, James P., July 8, 1895-Feb. 7, 1961, Pvt. 11 BN REPL TNG Center, WW I, (photo)
DUFFY, John P., 1891-1953, same stone as Myrtle, (photo)
DUFFY, Margaret, 1842-1900, (photo)
DUFFY, Mary, 1843-1912, same stone as Thomas Sr., and Michael MURPHY, (photo)
DUFFY, Myrtle E., 1888-1960, same stone as John, (photo)
DUFFY, Patrick, 1867-1913, same stone as Susan, (photo), (obit)
DUFFY, Susan, 1867-1933, same stone as Patrick, (photo)
DUFFY, Thomas Sr., 1840-1919, same stone as Mary DUFFY and Michael MURPHY, (photo)
DUFFY, Thomas, Jan., 1920, (obit below)
DUMARET, Constantine, 1889-1965, Mother, (photo)
DUMARET, John, 1886-1937, Father, (photo)
DUMARET, John, 1892 in Poland-September 26, 1937, (obit below)
DUMARET, John, 1923-1934, Brother, (photo)
DURAIN, John B., 1881-1920, same stone as Mary , (photo)
DURAIN, Mary T., 1889-1986, same stone as John, (photo)
DWYER, Catherine, d: Sept. 6, 1910, (obit below)
EDWARD, John, Died Oct. 26, 1949, (photo)
ESTVAN, Mary A., 1882-1959, same stone as Stephen, (photo)
ESTVAN, Stephen J., 1882-1945, same stone as Mary, (photo)
FAVRE, Marie J., 1875-1914, homemade stone, (photo)
FEDOROWICZ, Mikolaj, 1889-1932, Inscription is in Polish, (photo)
FELLNER, Frank W., 1905-1932, (obit), (photo)

FICHTER, Albert J., Mar. 21, 1914-Aug. 6, 1996, PFC US Army, WW II, (photo)
FICHTER, Chris P., 1877-1945, Father, (photo)
FICHTER, Minnie R., 1877-1917, Mother, (photo), (obit below)
FIEDOREK, Jan, remainder unreadable, (photo)
FIEDOREK, Joseph, 1872-1943, Father, same stone as Prakseda, and Catherine Oleszko, (photo)
FIEDOREK, Prakseda, 1882-1956, Mother, same stone as Joseph and Catherine Oleszko, (photo)
FINNIGAN, Catherine, 1836-1884, same stone as Michael & Joseph
FINNIGAN, Joseph, Dec. 25, 1873-1874, same stone as Michael & Catherine
FINNIGAN, Michael, 1833 - 1877, same stone as Catherine & Joseph
FLOOD, Catherine L., 1908-1986, Mother, (photo)
FLOOD, James, 1865-1939, same stone as Mary and Margaret, (photo), (obit below)
FLOOD, Johanna, Dec. 2, 1842 - July 19, 1911, (obit below)
FLOOD, Joseph P., Nov. 21, 1905-Apr. 15, 1974, Cpl US Army, (photo)
FLOOD, Margaret, 1907-1985, same stone as James & Mary, (photo)
FLOOD, Mary, 1870-1970, same stone as James and Margaret, (photo)
FLOOD, Thomas F., 1902-1977, US Army, WW II, (photo)
FODSE, Frances A., Sept. 16, 1870(Italy)-Jan. 3, 1963, same stone as Rocco, (obit below) , (photo)
FODSE, Rocco, 1860-1949, same stone as Frances, (photo)
FOLEY, Leo P., 1905-1918, (photo)
FORNELLA, Dominic, March 4, 1917-May 13, 1944, CM 3, USNR, WW II, (photo)
FOSTER, Sarah R., 1880-1932, Mother, (photo)
FRAME, Agnes, 1863-1936, Grandmother, (photo)
FRANCHI, Rocco, 1877-1912, Supino Italia Ricordo Della Moglie, same stone as DESANTISI, Cataldo , (photo)
GAITENS, Daniel J., d: May 30, 2009, (obit below)
GAITENS, Elizabeth M., 1913 / 2004, same stone as Patrick J., (photo)
GAITENS, Jane, 1876-1941, Mother, same stone as Robert, (photo)
GAITENS, Kathleen, no dates, same stone as Phillip, (photo)
GAITENS, Patrick, 1862-1952, Uncle, (photo)
GAITENS, Patrick J., 1913-1973, same stone as Elizabeth , (photo)
GAITENS, Phillip A., 1962-1995, metal marker from Thomas & Little FH, (photo)
GAITENS, Phillip M., 1916-1982, same stone as Kathleen, (photo)
GAITENS, Robert J., 1873-1955, Father, same stone as Jane, (photo)
GARCIA, Frank, 1906-1971, Father, same stone as Helen, (photo)
GARCIA, Helen, 1910-1959, Mother, same stone as Frank, (photo)
GAREIS, Gertrude K., 1872-1953, (photo)
GAREIS, Nicholas J., 1867-1945, (photo)
GARRETT, Elijah G., 1888-1961, same stone as Gertrude, (photo)
GARRETT, Gertrude C., 1900-1959, same stone as Elijah, (photo)
GARRETT, James H., 1928-2001, same stone as Marie, (photo)
GARRETT, Marie A., 1934-1996, same stone as James, (photo)
GASCHLER, Bertha E., 1915-1998, same stone as Leo, (photo)
GASCHLER, David J., Dec. 1946, Son of Leo and Bertha, (photo)
GASCHLER, Leo J., 1918 / 2010, same stone as Bertha, (photo)
GEISLER, Louis, 1876-1946, same stone as Mary, (photo)
GEISLER, Mary A., 1879-1947, same stone as Louis, (photo)
GILLES, August L., 1873-1947, Father, same stone as Rosa, (photo)
GILLES, Rosa M., 1875-1951, Mother, same stone as August, (photo)
GILLESPIE, Albert J., 1869-1935, (photo)
GILLESPIE, Elizabeth M., Cyrus J., & Rose, no dates, (photo)
GILLESPIE, infant, d: Nov. 20, 1910, (obit)
GILLESPIE, Michael T., 1881-1908, (photo)
GIMA, Mary, 18*3-1937, Mother, (photo)
GOBLICK, Albert, 1909-1942, Son, same stone as John, (photo)
GOBLICK, John, 1876-1930, Father, same stone as Albert, (photo)
GORMAN, Anna G., 1880-1938, same stone as John, (photo)
GORMAN, James M., 1911-1993, (photo)
GORMAN, John J., 1875-1940, same stone as Anna, (photo)
GRIBBIN, Bridget MCCAFFREY, 1878-1936, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
GRIBBIN, Carrie E., 1889-1971, same stone as Charles, (photo)
GRIBBIN, Charles A., 1882-1956, same stone as Carrie, (photo)
GRIBBIN, John J., old, worn stone, unreadable, WW I military marker, (photo)
GRIBBIN, Sarah H., May 17, 1897-Feb. 12, 1973, Mother, (photo)
GRIBBIN, Thomas, 1870-1959, same stone as Bridget, (photo)
GRIMES, Charles, Feb., 1909, s/o Mr. and Mrs. George GRIMES, (obit below)
GRIMES, Margaret, Oct. 13, 1893-Oct. 9, 1918, Nurse, Camp Lee, VA Base Hospital, Enlisted Sept. 26, 1918, died in service, (photo)
HALEY, John, d: Feb. 24, 1911, s/o Mr. and Mrs. John Haley, 4yo, (obit below)
HARDGROVE, Margaret M., d: July 2, 1921, (obit below)
HARDGROVE, no names or dates, (photo)
HAROUSE, Frank D., 1927-1985, PVT US Army WW II , same stone as Marie, (photo)
HAROUSE, Honorate, 1883-1962, Mother, (photo)
HAROUSE, Marie C., d: Feb. 12, 2008, same stone as Frank, (photo), (obit)
HAROUSE, Peter, June 22, 1916-July 7, 1971, TEC 5, HQ CO 54 Armd Inf Bn WWII, (photo)
HARRIS, Margaret DEAN, Mar. 21, 1915-Dec. 25, 1963, Mother, (photo)
HARRIS, Martin C., “Snookie”, Jan. 1, 1948-May 9, 1960, Brother, (photo)
HARRIS, Martin George, Jan. 1, 1948-May 8, 1960, (obit below)
HARTMAN, Gerald P., Sept. 5, 1911-Dec. 22, 1967, S1 US Navy, WW II, (photo)
HARTMAN, John Robert, Oct. 26, 1924-June 26, 1970, S1 US Navy WW II, (photo)
HARTMAN, Joseph P. Jr., July 10, 1916-Jan. 28, 1981, US Army WW II, (photo)
HARTMAN, Joseph P., 1916-1981, same stone as Rita M., (photo)
HARTMAN, Rita M., 1917-1996, same stone as Joseph P., (photo)
HARTSIK, Frank, Oct. 1, 1910-Mar. 25, 1951, (photo)
HARTSIK, Josephine C., Jan. 19, 1880-Aug. 9, 1957, Mother, w/o Michael, (photo), (obit)
HARTSIK, Michael, Sept. 7, 1874-Dec. 1, 1936, Father, (photo)
HEALY, John, 1865-1949, Father, same stone as Mary Ann, (photo)
HEALY, Mary Ann, 1876-1918, Mother, same stone as John, (photo)
HEIDLER, Anna Marie, 1901-1976, Daughter, (photo)
HENNESY, Dan, no dates, and wife, (photo)
HERMAN, Hilda, 1911-1997, Auntie, (photo)
HERMES, Julianna, 1857-1938, same stone as Leonard, (photo)
HERMES, Leonard, 1844-1931, same stone as Julianna, (photo)
HERMES, Michael, 1888-1921, (photo), (obit below)
HOLAREN, Mary Walsh, July 25, 1870-January 14, 1944, (obit below)
HOLEVA, Anna, 1880-1958, Mother, same stone as Bert, (photo)
HOLEVA, Bert, 1878-1941, Father, same stone as Anna, (photo)
HOLTZHEIMER, Mary Elizabeth, Feb., 1911, (obit below)
HORAK, Joseph, 1883-1948, same stone as Rose, (photo)
HORAK, Rose, 1888-1950, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
HUGGINS, Harry, d: Feb., 1906 (obit)
IGLAR, Charles J., Oct. 16, 1908 / Dec. 2, 1983, h/o Frances May, (obit)
IGLAR, William P., Oct. 31, 1921-Feb. 18, 1977, US Army WW II, (photo)
JANOWSKY, Theresa, 1887-1957, same stone as William, (photo)
JANOWSKY, William, 1881-1961, same stone as Theresa, (photo)
JANSSENS, Louis, Dec. 5, 1878 / Dec. 28, 1927, h/o Marie BRACONNIER, (obit)
JARMUL, Wojciech, 1888-1923, Father, (photo)
JASPER, Esther V., 1916 / 2007, Wife, same stone as George , (photo)
JASPER, George D., 1918-2003, Husband, US Army WW II, Same stone as Esther, (photo)
JASPER, George David, Jr., 1918-2003, Nation Funeral Home Marker, (photo)
JESIOLKIEWICI, Mary, 1874-1937, (photo)

JESIOLKIEWIC, Stanley, d: June 2, 1927, h/o Mary KOTOSKI, (obit)
JOYCE, Geraldine STEWART, Feb. 20, 1904-Dec. 28, 1980, (photo)
JUST, Felix, May 14, 1901-Dec. 5, 1918, (photo)
KACHURIK, John, June 1, 1894-May 9, 1915, Son, (photo)
KAGIS, John, d: Jan. 27, 1927, s/o Alexander, (obit)
KANDERA, Anna, 1912-1989, same stone as Steve, (photo)
KANDERA, Johanna S., 1879-1972, Mother, same stone as Michael, (photo)
KANDERA, Michael C., 1874-1948, Father, same stone as Johanna, (photo)
KANDERA, Steve, 1908-1973, same stone as Anna, (photo)
KANE, Martin P., 1889-1947, (photo)
KARAS, Adalbert George, Mar. 6, 1871-Dec.8, 1918, (photo)
KARGLE, Rose, 1856-1938, (photo)
KAROL, John, 1865-1931, Father, (photo)
KASTELIC, Frances, 1901-1924, Mother, (photo)
KAVCHAK, Mary, 1887-1956, Mother, same stone as Michael, (photo)
KAVCHAK, Michael, 1873-1954, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
KELLY, Alice, 1877-1964, same stone as John, (photo)
KELLY, Ellen MCGREGOR, 1867-1932, (photo)
KELLY, James, 1868-1938, same stone as Alice, (photo)
KELLY, Joseph, d: 1913, 3mos., (photo), (obit)
KELLY, Katherine, 1901-1996, Beloved Mother, (photo)
KELLY, Mary, d: March 2, 1922, (obit below)
KELLY, Regina STEWART, April 27, 1906-May 8, 1974, (photo)
KELLY, Terence, Feb. 1, 1858-May 14, 1904, (photo)
KELLY, Thomas, aged 5 weeks, sits at base of MURPHY/DUFFY stone, (photo)
KENSINGER, Audrey Mae, no dates, at foot of KENSINGER plot, (photo)
KENSINGER, James A., June 6, 1897-Jan. 19, 1961, Pvt. SATC US Army, Enlisted Oct.1, 1918, Discharged Dec. 13, 1918, (photo)
KENSINGER, John C., Sept. 9, 1891-Oct. 27, 1940, Pvt. Med. Corps 109th Inf, Enlisted, July 26, 1918, Discharged May 18, 1919, (photo)
KENSINGER, no names no dates, several smaller stones at the foot of the plot, Anna G. SANDS, Mother, Father, Audrey Mae, (photo)
KESSLER, Christina, 1861-1935, Mother, same stone as J. Adam, (photo)
KESSLER, J. Adam, 1855-1936, Father, same stone as Christina, (photo)
KESSLER, Margaret, 1895-1976, same stone as Sylvester, (photo)
KESSLER, Mary Patricia, 1933-1954, Daughter, (photo)
KESSLER, Sylvester G., 1886-195(9?), same stone as Margaret, (photo)
KIGHTLINGER, Aquilla, 1856-no DOD, same stone as Catherine and Joseph, (photo)
KIGHTLINGER, Catherine A. DOLAN, his wife, 1856-1921, same stone as Aquilla and Joseph, (photo)
KIGHTLINGER, Ella Lillian, 1896-1897, same stone as Gertrude, (photo)
KIGHTLINGER, Gertrude Elizabeth, 1898-1902, same stone as Ella, (photo)
KIGHTLINGER, Gertrude, d: May 2, 1902, d/o Mr. & Mrs. A.A. KIGHTLINGER, (obit below)
KIGHTLINGER, Jessie, d: Feb. 8, 1924, w/o A.R. KIGHTLINGER, (obit below)
KIGHTLINGER, Joseph, 1879-1907, same stone as Aquilla & Catherine, (obit), (photo)
KIMBERLY, Annie, 1846-1934, (photo)
KIMBERLY, Sergt. George, Jan. 16, 1844-Feb. 16, 1924, Co. K. 61st Pa Vols, Civil War, (photo)
KIMMEL, Alice M., no dates, (photo)
KIMMEL, Julia M., no dates, Wife, (photo)
KINNEY, Patrick, d: March 1916, (obit)
KIRK, Henry J., 1880-1960, Father, same stone as Laura, (photo)
KIRK, Laura E., 1889-1977, Mother, same stone as Henry, (photo)
KLIMEK, John, 1881-1937, Father, same stone as Josephine, (photo)
KLIMEK, Josephine, 1883-1957, Mother, same stone as John, (photo)
KLIMOWICH, Antoni, Sept. 10, 1888-Oct. 19, 1914, broken, lying on the ground, (photo)
KOCH, Albert, Dec. 27, 1855(Germany)-Dec. 5, 1929, (obit below)
KOHL, Catherine, 1860-1923, same stone as Peter, Rose, Clarence, (photo)
KOHL, Clarence, 1891-1959, same stone as Rose, Catherine, Peter, (photo)
KOHL, Peter, 1856-1933, same stone as Catherine, Rose, Clarence, (photo)
KOHL, Rose, 1899-1941, same stone as Catherine, Peter, Clarence, (photo)
KONECKI, Anna S., 1906 / 2005, Aunt, same stone as Helen BONISLAWSKY, (photo)
KOSEM, Julia M., 1918-1919, (photo)
KOSS, Margaret, July 13, 1873-May 28, 1924, Mother, (photo)
KOVELESKI, Stella, d: June, 1915, d/o Mrs. John Koveleski, 2yo, (obit below)
KUKLA, George T., 1917-1997, (photo)
KUKLA, Joseph C., Mar. 6, 1921-Mar 19, 1981, (photo)
KUKLA, Mary A., 1892-1978, same stone as Steve, (photo)
KUKLA, Steve V., 1882-1960, same stone as Mary, (photo)
KULAK, John F., 1893-1951, same stone as Mary, (photo)
KULAK, Mary, 1893-1975, same stone as John, (photo)
KUMEI, Annie, d: abt Sept., 1916, (obit below)
KUPCHINSKY, Joseph, 1863-1938, same stone as Victoria, (photo)
KUPCHINSKY, Victoria, 1871-1940, Mother, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
KURCHENA, Emil J., 1905-1980, same stone as Stella, (photo)
KURCHENA, Stella, 1904-1954, same stone as Emil, (photo)
KURCHINA, Robert E., 1927-1981, PFC US Army WW II, (photo)
KUTKOWSKI, Stanley, 1872-1925, (photo)
LACEK, Andrew, Feb. 4, 1915-Sept. 10, 1975, PFC US Army WW II, (photo), (obit below)
LAH, Josef, May 30, 1923-Dec. 15, 1925, (photo)
LAMEY, Loretta COLLINS, 1882-1903, same stone as Joseph COLLINS, (photo)
LAND, Harry L., June 12, 1918-Aug. 7, 1944, Killed in Action, PFC Co. C, 357th Inf. Enlisted Oct. 29, 1943, (photo)
LAND, Mary L., 1894-1982, same stone as William, (photo)
LAND, Robert Sr., Anne, Kenneth, Mary, Robert, no dates only the names, (photo)
LAND, William R., 1882-1971, same stone as Mary, (photo)
LANGENAEKEN, Eliza, 1846-1926, Mother, same stone as Mark, (photo)
LANGENAEKEN, Mark, 1838-1921, Father, same stone as Eliza, (photo), (obit below)
LAWRENCE, Ann, 1926-1926, 8 days old, Daughter, (photo)
LAWRENCE, Frank P., 1881-1949, Father, same stone as Theresa, (photo)
LAWRENCE, Louis, 1905-1929, Son, (photo)
LAWRENCE, Theresa E., 1885-no DOD, Mother, same stone as Frank , (photo)
LERNER, Mary DURAY, Sept. 23, 1890(Poland)-May 14, 1960, (obit below)
LESNESKI, Betty Jean, no dates, same stone as Frank Sr. and Marian, (photo)
LESNESKI, Frank Sr., no dates, same stone as Betty Jean and Marian, (photo)
LESNESKI, Marian, 1955-1972, same stone as Frank Sr. and Betty Jean, (photo)
LEWIS, Elizabeth T., 1906-1986, (photo)
LIKAVEC, Helen, 1883-1962, Mother, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
LIKAVEC, Joseph, 1877-1939, Father, same stone as Helen, (photo)
LINKO, Pete J., May 21, 1910-Oct. 14, 1936, (photo)
LISTELLO, Stefano D., Dec. 22, 1889-Nov. 7, 1930, Pvt. 19th Co. 5th BN. 155th Depot Brig, Enlisted Sept. 22, 1917, Discharged October 7, 1917, (photo)
LITTLE, Agnes A., 1891-1972, same stone as Cornelius, (photo)
LITTLE, Barbara H., 1865-1939, same stone as Frank P., (photo)
LITTLE, Cornelius J., 1885-1958, same stone as Agnes, (photo)
LITTLE, Frank P., 1855-1925, same stone as Barbara, his wife, (photo)
LITTLE, Frank P., 1884-1942, (photo)
LOACH, Joseph, 1888-1924, Pvt. Co. 8 1, R. D. R., US Army, (photo)
LOCHRAN, Bridget, 1870-1948, same stone as Samuel, (photo)
LOCHRAN, Samuel, 1866-1952, same stone as Bridget, (photo)
LOGUT, Catherine, 1886-1973, same stone as Paul, (photo)
LOGUT, Paul, 1892-1968, same stone as Catherine, (photo)
LOGUT, Walter, 1924-2001, same stone as Wilda, (photo)
LOGUT, Wilda, no dates, same stone as Walter, (photo)
LONSOGNI, Madeline, 1885-1950, Mother, (photo)
LOUERE, Francois, d: Feb. 3, 1919, (obit)
LUCHINI, Ottavio, 1886-1967, Uncle, (photo)
LUKASIEWICZ, Josephine, 1884-1955, Mother, (photo)
LUKASIEWICZ, Stanislaw, Feb. 10, 1887-Sept. 5, 1935, Pvt. Co. H 26th Inf., Enlisted July 24, 1918, Discharged March 6, 1920, (photo)
M., F. (B or D), 1892-(1895?), only the initials F. B. or D. M. and the date, (photo)
MALESKY, Henry J., Apr. 20, 1923-May 28, 1965, S/Sgt. Co. A 82nd Signal BN, Enlisted Jan. 30, 1943, Discharged Feb. 16, 1946, (photo)
MANANT, Anna PUSKAR, 1901-1930, wife of Peter MANANT, (photo)
MANGOLD, Frances, 1876-1953, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
MANGOLD, Joseph, 1873-1948, same stone as Frances, (photo)
MANZINI, Edith A., Aug. 19, 1911-May 16, 2004, (photo)
MANZINI, Felicia, 1889-1949, same stone as John, (photo)
MANZINI, John B., 1878-1966, same stone as Felicia, (photo)
MARKOVITZ, F. William, June 5, 1909-Jan. 26, 1940, (photo)
MARKOVITZ, Gasper M., 1872-1949, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
MARKOVITZ, Margaret, 1911-1988, same stone as Valerie, (photo)
MARKOVITZ, Mary B., 1879-1955, Mother, same stone as Gaspar M., (photo)
MARKOVITZ, Valerie, 1916-2000, same stone as Margaret, (photo)
MARTIN, John, died March 15, 1900 in his 74th year, (photo)
MARUCA, Anthony, 1879-1954, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
MARUCA, Joseph B., Oct. 2, 1923-Mar. 19, 1924, (photo), (obit below)
MARUCA, Mary J., 1885-1955, Mother, same stone as Anthony, (photo)
MATTHEWS, Jamison-Smith, d: Sept. 15, 1928, w/o John, (obit below)
MAY, John, 1879-1932, (photo)
MAY, Mary Anna, 1891-1960, same stone as Peter, (photo)
MAY, Peter Sebastian, 1880-1937, same stone as Mary Anna, (photo)
MAZZOCCO, Dominick, 1907-1951, Father, (photo)
MCBRIDE, Cecelia, aged 1 day, same stone as Francis, children of (looks like) Jas. A. MCBRIDE, (photo)
MCBRIDE, Francis Glenn aged 3 yrs. 8 mo. 2 day, same stone as Cecelia, (photo)
MCCAFFREY, Anna G., 1880-1964, same stone as James, (photo)
MCCAFFREY, Francis P., 1900-1963, same stone as Margaret, (photo)
MCCAFFREY, James J., 1875-1944, same stone as Anna, (photo)
MCCAFFREY, Margaret, 1904-1989(or 1939, number is damaged), same stone as Francis, (photo)
MCCAFFREY, Patrick, 1880-Nov. 1, 1924, (obit below)
MCCALL, John, Dec, 9, 1891-Apr. 8, 1936, Pvt. 1st CL CO. E. 305th Am TN, Enlisted Apr. 30, 1918, Discharged June 12, 1919, (photo)
MCCAULEY, Mary C. (O'ROURKE), April 12, 1858 in Lanarkshire, Scotland-Oct. 18, 1928, w/o Richard, same stone as Richard, (obit below), (photo)
MCCAULEY, Richard J, 1858-1923, same stone as Mary, (photo)
MCCLUSKY, Margaret, 1890-1962, same stone as William, (photo)
MCCUSKER, Agnes, 1865-1937, (photo)
MCCUTCHEON, Harry E., 1884-1939, (photo)
MCCUTCHEON, Margaret A., 1886-1921, (photo), (obit below)
McDONALD, Eva, d: 1895, same stone as Margaret
MCDONALD, Father, 1850-1915, same stone as Mother, no names, (photo)
McDONALD, Margaret, 1892-1894, same stone as Eva
MCDONALD, Mother, 1859-1911, same stone as father, no names, (photo)
MCFALLS, Bridget, 1876-1958, Mother, same stone as James, (photo)
MCFALLS, Charles, no dates, hand made cement cross, (photo)
MCFALLS, Genevieve, 1912-1995, same stone as Hugh, (photo)
MCFALLS, Hugh P., 1907-1992, same stone as Genevieve, (photo)
MCFALLS, James, 1883-1968, Father, same stone as Bridget, (photo)
MCFARLAND, Anna, 1865-1931, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
MCFARLAND, John "Packy", 1903-1981, Pvt. US Army WW II, (photo)
MCFARLAND, Thomas, 1853-1920, same stone as Anna, (photo)
MCGEE, Frank, d. 6-30-1921, (65 yrs. old, father of George), (obit below)
MCGEE, George, d. 8-26-1921, (36 yrs. old, son of Frank), (obit below)
MCGILL, Margaret V., 1878-1956, Mother, (photo)
MCGILL, Patrick Sr., 1872-1939, Father, (photo)
McGINN, James C., d: Jan. 4, 1922, (obit below)
MCGOVERN, Mary, d: June, 1906, (obit)
MCGRADY, Anna CORBIN, 1866-1939, (photo)
MCGRADY, Frances H., 1900-1988, Aunt Hazel, (photo)
MCGRADY, James, 1866-1919, same stone as Sarah, (photo)
MCGRADY, Sarah, 1869-1941, same stone as James, (photo)
MCGRAW, Bridget, 1894-1985, same stone as Peter, (photo)
MCGRAW, Mary Rose, 1893-1937, (photo)
MCGRAW, Peter, 1896-1977, same stone as Bridget, (photo)
MCGREGOR, Ann, Oct. 15, 1830-June 20, 1908, his wife, same stone as Constantine, (photo)
MCGREGOR, Constantine P., March 26, 186(6?) in Glasgow, Scotland-October 1, 1924, (obit below), (photo)
McGREGOR, Constantine, Mar., 1829 - Sept. 7, 1895, h/o Ann, same stone as Ann
McGREGOR, Constantine, d: March 26, 1915, (obit below)
MCGREGOR, Elizabeth M., 1882-1924, Mother, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
MCGREGOR, Mary, 1871-no DOD, same stone as Constantine, (photo)
MCGREGOR, Mrs. Thomas H., d: Dec. 14, 1924, (obit below)
MCGREGOR, Thomas H., 1874-1933, Father, same stone as Elizabeth, (photo)
MCGROGAN, Carl J., 1915-1988, US Army WW II, same stone as Martha, (photo)
MCGROGAN, Eleanor, 1911-1924, (photo)
MCGROGAN, Eleanora, 1887-1939, Mother, same stone as Martin, (photo)
MCGROGAN, Fidelius, 1918-1926, (photo)
MCGROGAN, Martha J., no dates, same stone as Carl, (photo)
MCGROGAN, Martin, 1884-1934, Father, same stone as Eleanora, (photo)
MCGUANE, John E., 1892-1946, PFC Co. B. 103rd Field Sig. Bn., (photo)
MCGUANE, Margaret B., 1901-1978, Mother, (photo)
MCINTYRE, Joseph F., 1864-1919, Father, same stone as Margaret, (photo)
MCINTYRE, Margaret, 1872-1943, Mother, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
MCINTYRE, William D., 1910-1944, Son, (photo)
MCLAREN, Frances G., Nov. 17, 1909-Mar 4, 2004, (photo)
MCLAREN, Malcolm Neil, Aug. 29, 1914-Jan. 7, 1994, T Sgt US Army WW II, (photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Daniel, 15 June 1856 in Ireland / 12 Oct.1925, h/o Mary Ann, (RB)
MCLAUGHLIN, Donald P., March 10, 1933-July 18,1979, PFC, US Army, Korea, s/o Francis David and Hazel M. (ASHTON),
(photo), (RB)
MCLAUGHLIN, Emily Belle O’LOAN, 1853(Ireland) / 5 August 1898, Mother, w/o William, s/s William, (photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Francis D., Mar. 9, 1891-Aug. 3, 1946, Fireman 3/C, USNRF, Enlisted July 30, 1918, Discharged Sept. 30, 1921, (photo), (obit below)
MCLAUGHLIN, Freda JABLONSKI, 22 August 1923 / 16 Jan. 1956, Mother, w/o Ralph, m/o Raymond, (photo), (RB)
MCLAUGHLIN, Lizzie Ellen, Oct. 30, 1882-Apr. 9, 1885, dau. of Patrick & Rose MCLAUGHLIN, (photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Mary Ann, 1849-1909, wife of Daniel, (photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Mary CREELIN, Nov. 12, 1837(Ireland)-June 12, 1943, w/o Robert, (obit below)
MCLAUGHLIN, P., unreadable writing, (photo)
MCLAUGHLIN, Patrick, 12 May 1846(Ireland) / Dec. 18, 1927, h/o Mary WACKER, (obit), (RB)
MCLAUGHLIN, Raymond J., 1946-1962, (photo)
McLAUGHLIN, Robert, May 9, 1852(Ireland) / March 15, 1932, h/o Mary Creelin, (RB), (obit below)
MCLAUGHLIN, Rose O’LOAN, 17 Mar 1846(Ireland) / 28 April 1894, w/o P. MCLAUGHLIN, same stone, (photo), (RB)
MCLAUGHLIN, William (John), 26 Nov. 1844(Ireland) / March 30, 1931, Father, s/s Emily, (photo)
MCPAUL, Bernard F., 1893-1918, Co. M 319, PVI, (photo)
MCPAUL, Catherine, 1857-1947, Mother, (photo)
MCPAUL, Cornelius, 1849-1940, Father, (photo)
MEEHAN, James, 1848-1921, (photo)
MEEHAN, Lois M., 1931-1932, (photo)
MEIGHAN, Anna DOLAN, Apr. 19, 1883-Aug. 15, 1936, same stone as Antoinette, Marie DOLAN, John MEIGHAN, Margaret MEIGHAN, (photo)
MEIGHAN, John F., Sept. 27, 1919-Sept. 16, 1984, US Army WW II, same stone as Antoinette DOLAN, Anna DOLAN MEIGHAN, Marie DOLAN, Margaret MEIGHAN, (photo)
MEIGHAN, Margaret, 10-17-1921 / 12-31-2004, same stone as Antoinette DOLAN, Anna DOLAN MEIGHAN, Marie DOLAN, John F. MEIGHAN, (photo)
MEISTER, Jean P., 1912-1985, (photo)
MERSKI, Paulina, Nov. 3, 1916-Mar. 19, 1917, (photo)
MESSLER, Nora QUINN, 1850-1938, (photo)
METRO, Anna, 1890-1958, same stone as Michael, (photo)
METRO, John J., June 22, 1914-Aug. 16, 1948, TEC 5 HO CO 34th Inf., Enlisted July 15, 1941, Discharged Sept. 18, 1945, (photo)
METRO, Michael, 1884-1960, same stone as Anna, (photo)
MEUTZ, Frances (OPEKA), Jan. 8, 1888 (Slovenia)-May 14, 1960, (obit below), (photo)
MEUTZ, Johanna, 1912-1953, same stone as John & Frances, (photo)
MEUTZ, Johanna, no dates, (photo)
MEUTZ, John, 1886-1928, same stone as Frances & Johanna, (photo)
MEYERS Dorothy E., d: May 29, 2009, (obit below)
MILLER, Antonio, d: abt March, 1922, (obit below)
MILLER, Anthony, 1854-1931, same stone as Mary and Charles, (photo)
MILLER, Charles, 1891-1923, same stone as Anthony & Mary, (photo)
MILLER, Louise, d: June, 1910, (obit below)
MILLER, Mary, 1858-1921, same stone as Anthony & Charles, (photo), (obit below)
MONAGHAN, Anne M., 1913 / 2007, same stone as Leo, (photo)
MONAGHAN, Leo A., 1912-1986, same stone as Anne, (photo)
MOORE, Ann, no readable dates, sunken, same stone as James, (photo)
MOORE, Bridget, 1873-1877, same stone as William, Margaret and Patrick, children of Patrick & Anna MOORE, (photo)
MOORE, James, no readable dates, sunken, same stone as Ann, (photo)
MOORE, John 1877-1919, same stone as Mayme, (photo), (obit below)
MOORE, Margaret A., 1886-1887, same stone as Bridget, William Y Patrick, (photo)
MOORE, Mayme, only one date, looks like 1887, same stone as John, (photo)
MOORE, Patrick, 1884-1908, same stone as Bridget, William and Margaret, all children of Patrick and Anna MOORE, (photo)
MOORE, William, 1877-1880, same stone as Bridget, Margaret Y Patrick, (photo)
MORGAN, Frank, 1870-1915, My Husband, (photo)
MOTTE, Louis A., 1893-1928, Musician 2nd Cl. HDOR. Co. 319th INFT, 80th Div., (photo)
MUGGAR, Anthony G. Sr., 1916-1992, (photo)
MUGGAR, Constant, 1883-1961, Father, (photo)
MUGGAR, Eva, 1891-1949, Mother, (photo)
MUGGAR, Helen S., 1918-1964, (photo)
MULDOON, John C., d: July 1916, (obit)
MULLIGAN, James, d: Sept. 1, 1920, (obit below)

MULLOOLY, Dorothy M., 1902-1998, same stone as William C., (photo)
MULLOOLY, Lorelle, 1895-1980, (photo)
MULLOOLY, no names, no dates, (photo)
MULLOOLY, Raymond, 1893-1966, (photo)
MULLOOLY, Robert & Elenora, no dates, (photo)
MULLOOLY, William C., 1901-1983, same stone as Dorothy, (photo)
MULTUMUS, Richard, d: January 23, 1922, (obit below)
MULTUNAS, Eva, 1877-1956, (photo)
MULTUNAS, Michael, 1866-1933, (photo)
MURDOCK, Thomas E., 1911-1923, (photo)
MURPHY, Michael, 1853-1900, same stone as Mary DUFFY, and Thomas DUFFY Sr., (photo)
MURPHY, no names, no dates, (photo)
NAPOLITANO, Tony, d: Mar, 1910, (obit below)
NEA, Charles, 1922-1939, Son, (photo)
NEA, Jacob, 1880-1943, same stone as Mary, his wife, (photo)
NEA, Mary C., 1890-1978, same stone as Jacob, (photo)
NIEDZIELSKA, Mary, Mar. 25, 1870-June 30, 1928, (photo)
NIEMCZYK, Anna Mary, 1888-1947, Mother, (photo)
NIX, A. Jake, 1891-1972, Father, same stone as Edna, (photo)
NIX, Edna M., 1895-1978, Mother, same stone as A. Jake, (photo)
NOIR, Marie A., 1848-1932, (photo)
NOIR, Marin D., Jr., 1917-1918, (photo)
O'BRIEN, James, 1834-1920, same stone as Margaret his wife & Gertrude SHEARON, (photo)
O'BRIEN, Margaret, 1840-1921, same stone as James & Gertrude SHEARON, (photo)
O’HARA, Josephine, 1916-1983, same stone as Lawrence, (photo)
O’HARA, Lawrence H., 1913-1984, same stone as Josephine, (photo)
OLBRICHT, Regina, 1846-1903, Our Beloved Mother, (photo)
OLESCKO, Catherine, no dates, Grandmother, same stone as Joseph & Prakseda FIEDOREK, (photo)
OLSHINSKY, Anthony L., Aug. 24, 1922-Nov. 8, 1947, Pennsylvania, Pvt. Engineers, WW II, (photo)
OLSHINSKY, Joseph, 1917-1946, Dad, (photo)
ORBEN, Catherine A., 1882-1933, Mother, (photo)
ORBEN, Severino, 1879-1948, Father, (photo)
ORLOSKI, Mary, July 16, 1917-July 21, 1918, (photo)
ORRIS, Frank, 1910-1988, metal funeral home marker, (photo)
OSSOWICZ, Stanley, d: Aug. 15, 1937, h/o Amelia LEWANDOWSKI, s/o Henry & Katherine CRENETSKI, (obit below)
OSTERTAG, John, died March 7, 1895, aged 60 years, (photo)
P****NSKI, Jozef, 18**-1917, remainder unreadable and in Polish, (photo)
PALAS, Emily, 1917 / 2006, same stone as Jake, (photo)
PALAS, Frank P., Apr. 20, 1917-Feb. 23, 1999, same stone as Loretta, (photo)
PALAS, Jake, 1914-1973, same stone as Emily, (photo)
PALAS, Loretta E., Mar. 28, 1918-Mar. 26, 1991, same stone as Frank, (photo)
PALAS, Marko, 1887-1963, same stone as Victoria, (photo)
PALAS, Thomas J., 1951-1995, metal marker in front of stone of Emily & Jake, (photo)
PALAS, Victoria, 1884-1964, same stone as Marko, (photo)
PASTOROK, Mary, 1886-1967, Mother, same stone as Stefan, (photo)
PASTOROK, Stefan, 1883-1955, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
PERSHINA, Josephina, 1878-1953, same stone as Martin, (photo)
PERSHINA, Martin, 1873-1949, same stone as Josephina, (photo)
PERSHINA, Martin, Sept. 11, 1898-Feb. 11, 1919, base says Martin PERSHINA Family, (photo)
PETROVCIC, Anna, 1899-1977, Mother, (photo)
PETROVCIC, Mary, April 14, 1924-Dec. 2, 1941 (may be Dec. 12, very hard to read), (photo)
PINYASKA, Frank, d: 1913, 40yo, (photo) (obit)
PIVOVAR, Baby, April 13, 1943, same stone as WAZ, Stephanie, (cousins), (photo)
PIVOVAR, Blanche, 1888-1958, (birth name Bronislawa CWIKLIK), same stone as John, (photo)
PIVOVAR, John, Dec. 18, 1880(Poland)-Sept. 9, 1950, h/o Blanche CWIKLIK, (birth name Jan PIWOWAR), same stone as Blanche, (photo), (obit below)
POLLOCK, John, d: abt March, 1922, (obit below)
POLLAK, Mary L., 1880-1938, Mother, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
POLLAK, Thomas J., 1873-1937, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
PORTMAN, Edith Gertrude, 1884-1965, (photo)
PORTMAN, Mary A., 1842-1919, Mother, (photo)
PORTMAN, Nicholas, 1834-1913, Father, (photo), (obit below)
POSKIN, Billy, 1948-1967, Son, (photo)
POWELL, Eleanor Catherine, 1919-2001, KC, (photo)
PRATT, Catherine, 1917-1963, (photo)
PREBEG, Frank, GSNP, no dates, (photo)
PREVADE, Eva V., 1911-1980, same stone as Peter, (photo)
PREVADE, Mary Arlene, August 17, 1933-July 14, 1941, (obit below)
PREVADE, Peter, 1904-1987, same stone as Eva, (photo)
PRIMEZ, John J., 1927-1962, Cpl. 370th AAF BU, WW II, (photo)
PRIVIDI, Mary F. MARCOZ, 1862-1915, (photo)
PUSATERI, Annetta MACALUSO, Jan. 15, 1881(Sicily)-March 7, 1924, w/o Michael, (obit below)
PUSATERI, Antoinette, 1881-1924, (photo)
PUSATERI, August, 1904-1945, (photo)
PUSKAR, Anna, 1868-1949, same stone as George, (photo)
PUSKAR, George, 1866-1945, same stone as Anna, (photo)
QUINN, John Sr., 1856-1906, Father, (photo)
QUINN, Margaret, 1860-1932, Mother, (photo)
QUINN, Neil, d: Feb. 11, 1906 (obit)
RACHET, Lizzie, d: abt. Jan., 1921, (obit below)
RAMOUS, William Lawrence, 1951-1952, Infant, (photo)
RAY, August, d: June 20, 1936, h/o (2)Selena, (obit below)
RAY, Mary, d: July, 1915, (1)w/o August, (obit below)
REED, Catherine, 1859-1930, same stone as John, (photo)
REED, John, 1858-1932, same stone as Catherine, (photo)
REMARK, Benjamin P., March 31, 1888-May 13, 1944, h/o Alberta CHAZEL, s/o Peter & Elizabeth LUSSY REMARK, (obit below)
REVUTA, Antanas, 1881-1954, “Tony Rice”, (photo)
REY, base only, stone missing, no names or dates, (photo)
RICHARDS, Mary, d: Aug., 1905, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Thomas, (obit below)
RODGERS, Charles, 1858-1926, same stone as Ellen, His Wife, (photo)
RODGERS, Ellen DOUGHERTY, March 20, 1870(Noblestown)-Dec. 28, 1942, w/o Charles, same stone as Charles, (obit below), (photo)
ROGALLA, Pauline, July, 1909, 4 mos., (obit below)
ROMISH, Gertrude, 1894-1933, Mother, (photo)
ROMISH, John, 1882-1949, Father, (photo)
ROONEY, Agnes, Apr. 17, 1871-Sept. 25, 1901, wife of James ROONEY, (photo)
ROONEY, James, 1868-1945, (photo)
RYAN, Mary A., Dec. 16, 1852-Sept. 20, 1906, (photo)
SACCO, Joanna, July 5, 1978, (photo)
SALAMAHA, Helen, Dec. 25, 1889-Sept. 23, 1944, Mother, (photo)
SALLES, Celesta, 1858-1923, his wife, same stone as Firmien SALLES & Joseph & Leoncie Blank, (photo)
SALLES, Firmen James Sr., d: December 8, 1924, (obit below)
SALLES, Firmien, 1850-1924, same stone as Celesta, Joseph & Leoncie Blank, (photo)
SAMPLE, Ellen CALLAHAN, 1897-1945, (photo)
SANDS, Anna G., no dates, at foot of KENSINGER plot, (photo)
SARTORI, Joseph, 1879-1966, Father, (photo)
SARTORI, Palma, 1887-1949, Mother, (photo)
SCALISE, Leonard J., 1904-1980, same stone as Mildred, (photo)
SCALISE, Mildred B., 1909-1990, same stone as Leonard, (photo)
SCHARDONG, John, 1845-1923, Father, (photo)
SCHARDONG, Regina, 1850 - 1892, Mother, w/o John
SCHOLLAERT, Charles S., 1852-1924, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Dora M., 1911 / 2006, same stone as William, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Helen, 1915-1999, same stone as Thomas, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, J. Peter, Oct. 1, 1850-June 17, 1907, same stone as Jeanne Mathilde, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Jane, 1895-1936, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Jeanne Mathilde, Jan. 15, 1858-Nov. 20, 1916, same stone as J. Peter, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Jeannette F., 1913-1978, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Joseph P., 1900-1984, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Julien P., 1881-1946, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Leontine, 1866-1939, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Mary C., 1906-1932, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Mary GILLESPIE, d: July 8, 1932, w/o Joseph, (obit)
SCHOLLAERT, Matilda, 1891-1979, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Paula T., 1883-1941, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Sadie, 1894-1991, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, Thomas P., 1907-1987, same stone as Helen, (photo)
SCHOLLAERT, William E., 1896-1968, same stone as Dora , (photo)
SCHONS, Margaret nee LEMON, Jan. 25, 1898-May 9, 1985, (photo)
SCHONS, Pvt. Charles M., Co. C. 37th Engineers, 1894-1949, (photo)
SCHULTZ, George Patrick, April 18, 1962-June 20, 1962, (photo)
SCHUMACHER, Charles, July 19, 1861-Nov. 26, 1940, Father, same stone as Margaret, (photo)
SCHUMACHER, Margaret, Mar. 6, 1866-July 19, 1930, Mother, same stone as Charles, (photo)
SCHUSTER, Catherine, 1866-Dec. 8, 1929, (obit below), (photo)
SCHUSTER, Michael, 1858-1926, (photo)
SEGINIAW, George, 1863-1948, (photo)
SEMBER, Joseph C., Nov. 8, 1903-Mar. 4, 1984, Beloved Father, (photo)
SHASKO, John, 1931-1987, Beloved Brother, (photo)
SHEARON, Bridget, 1868-1945, same stone as Michael, (photo)
SHEARON, Gertrude I., 1894-1955, same stone as James & Mgt. O'Brien, (photo)
SHEARON, Michael, 1861-1924, same stone as Bridget his wife, (photo)
SHUSTICK, John, no dates, cross, appears homemade, lying on the ground, (photo)
SHUSTICK, M. Mary, no dates, homemade cross, broken, lying on the ground, (photo)
SIMCO, Michael, d: December 7, 1924, (obit below)
SIMONS, Mary E., Sept 28, 1872-Dec. 23, 1899, wife of George A. SIMONS, (photo)
SINCILINE, Joseph, 1890-1955, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
SINCILINE, Mary, 1897-1981, Mother, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
SIPP, Amelia JANOWSKY, 1919-1953, Mother, (photo)
SIPP, Edward G., July 8, 1912-Sept. 19, 19(5?)6, PFC BTRY A 27 CA BN WW II, (photo)
SIORSKI, Ju***es A. Jr., Sept. 4, 1926-Jan. 24, 1927, (photo)
SITARIK, Cheryl Ann, Sept. 23, 1957-Nov. 8, 1976, (photo)
SITARIK, Elsie, 1929-1948, same stone as Thomas, Joseph, Mary, (photo)
SITARIK, Frances T., Oct. 29, 1921-Mar. 22, 1981, (photo)
SITARIK, Joseph, 1881-1969, same stone as Elsie, Thomas, Mary, (photo)
SITARIK, Mary, 1880-1980, same stone as Elsie, Joseph, Thomas, (photo)
SITARIK, Michael, Sept. 29, 1917-Mar. 23, 1985, (photo)
SITARIK, Stephen P., Dec. 10, 1907-Mar. 8, 1981, TC 5 US Army, WW II, (photo)
SITARIK, Thomas, 1909-1948, same stone as Elsie, Joseph, Mary, (photo)
SKARUPA, Steve, Sept 11, 1920-Jan. ?8, 1924, (photo)
SKODA, Joseph A., April 17, 1902-Sept. 1(3?), 1950, h/o Mary, (obit below), (photo)
SKODA, Mary M., July 10, 1909-Mar. 19, 1992, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
SKOP, Frances, Feb. 22, 1894-Oct. 17, 1989, Beloved Wife and Mother, (photo)
SKOP, Joseph, Sept. 7, 1892-Oct. 13, 1936, Pvt. Co. B. Dev Batt #1 Engrs, Enlisted Apr. 27, 1918, Discharged Dec. 9, 1918, (photo)
SLIFENSKY, Ignace, d: Sept. 1915, (obit below)
SLOVICK, Catherine Fernaza, 1881-1944, Mother, same stone as John Sr., (obit), (photo)
SLOVICK, Frank P., 1909-1990, same stone as Margaret, (photo)
SLOVICK, John Sr., 1881-1956, Father, same stone as Catherine, (photo)
SLOVICK, Margaret, 1912-1985, same stone as Frank, (photo)
SMILNYAK, Mayme, 1900-1971, same stone as Peter, (photo)
SMILNYAK, Peter, 1887-1972, same stone as Mayme, (photo)
SMITH, James H., 1899-1967, (photo)
SMITSKY, Mary, d: April, 1915, (obit below)
SNATCHKO, Mary, 1886-1941, (photo)
SNATCHKO, Emma, Sept. 10, 1920-May 20, 2002, (photo)
SNATCHKO, John J., March 30, 1918-July 4, 1970, PFC 142 Gen Hosp, WW II, (photo)
SNATCHKO, Martin, Aug. 26, 1915-April 5, 1943, h/o Kathryn CRAWFORD, s/o Martin & Mary BEGLEY SNATCHKO, (obit below)
SNEESJACK, Mrs., d: abt. Jan., 1919, (obit below)
SNEZAK, Catherine, 1887-1919, Mother, same stone as William, (photo)
SNEZAK, William, 1917-1924, Son, same stone as Catherine, (photo)
SOOS, Joseph Jr., Sept. 20, 1927-May 22, 2004, MSGT US Air Force WWII Vietnam, (photo)
SORLI, Elizabeta A., May 22, 1910-April 4, 1923, inscription is in Polish, (photo)
SOVA, Mary, 1912-1995, same stone as Michael, 1908-1983, (photo)
SOWIZRAL, Frances, 1882-1957, Mother, same stone as Teofil, (photo)
SOWIZRAL, Teofil, 1876-1951, Father, (photo)
SPARKENBAUGH, Charles L., June 7, 1934-Jan. 16, 1969, (photo)
SPARKENBAUGH, Gary Louis, 1947-1950, Our Baby, (photo)
SPOGITIS, George, d: 1913, 41yrs, (photo) (obit)
STEMATZ, Frank, 1902-1985, (photo)
STEMATZ, John, 1870-1950, Father, same stone as Sophia, (photo)
STEMATZ, Sophia, 1873-1954, Mother, same stone as John, (photo)
STEWART, Bernadette Ann, July 1, 1908-June 9, 1998, (photo)
STEWART, Bertha B., 1876-1938, same stone as Samuel, (photo)
STEWART, Ellen MCKINNEY, Sept. 7, 1873-Oct. 15, 1948, (photo)
STEWART, Ida B., 1900-1933, (photo)
STEWART, Samuel C., 1872-1962, same stone as Bertha, (photo)
STICH, Barbara, 1870-1937, (photo)
STICH, John, July 16, 1906-Oct. 6, 1950, (photo)
STICH, Paul, 1918, (photo)
STITCH, Barbara, Dec. 25, 1870 in Austria-Sept. 9, 1937, (obit below)
STITCH, Mary R., 1918-1964, Mother, (photo)
SUEHR, Mary M., 1911-1987, same stone as William, (photo)
SUEHR, William A., 1911-1989, same stone as Mary, (photo)
SUHAJDA, Stephen, 1871-1934, same stone as Susanna, (photo)
SUHAJDA, Susanna, 1875-1938, same stone as Stephen, (photo)
SUPINSKI, Frances, 1900-1993, same stone as Stanley and infant son John, (photo)
SUPINSKI, John, 1932, Infant Son, same stone as Frances & Stanley, (photo)
SUPINSKI, Stanley, 1893-1983, same stone as Frances & infant son John, (photo)
SUPINSKI, Stanley J. Jr., Aug 16, 1920 / Jan 6, 1954, (obit below)
SURBA, Mary, March 26, 1902 in Poland-Nov. 14, 1959, (obit below)
Surba, Stephen, Jr., 9-20-1918 / 1-12-2012, US ARMY, WW II, (obituary below), (MB)
SUSKA, John, Aug. 26, 1917-Aug. 28, 1917, (photo)
SUTHERLAND, Mary R., 1887-1959, (photo)
SWEENEY, Alice McPaul, 1888-1981, Mother, (photo)

SWEENEY, Edward, d: Jan. 23, 1908, (obit)
SYLANSKI, Antoinette, 1888-1963, same stone as Walter, (photo)
SYLANSKI, Walter, 1880-1964, same stone as Antoinette, (photo)
TACHOVAKA, Frank, 1874-1941, Father, (photo)
TENNYSON, Catherine S., 1854-1916, His Wife, same stone as Henry, (photo)
TENNYSON, Henry, 1853-April 11, 1920, same stone as Catherine, (obit below), (photo)
TERENSKY, Joseph, 1877-1951, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
TERENSKY, Mary, 1884-1987, Mother, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
TERME, Louis, d: Sept., 1910 (obit below)
THOMAS, Gustave, 1880-1932, (photo)
THOMAS, Nicholas, 1852-1933, Father, (photo)
THOMAS, no names, no dates, (photo)
THOMAS, Philomene, 1856-1929, Mother, (photo)
TITTELBACH (TITTELBAUGH?), John, 1832-1907, Father, (photo), (obit below)
TITTELBACH
(TITTELBAUGH?), Mary, 1837-1919, Mother, (photo)
TOMKOWITZ, Victoria KLIMAS, 1872-1948, (photo)
TROPECK, Carl J., no dates, same stone as John, (photo)
TROPECK, Charles J., Apr. 1, 1915 -Aug. 24, 1998, same stone as Julia, (photo)
TROPECK, Donald M., 1931-1952, (photo)
TROPECK, James R., 1925-1946, Son, Sgt. US Air Corp. WW II, (photo)
TROPECK, James, 1886-1961, Father, same stone as Sophia, (photo)
TROPECK, John C., 1940-2003, Brother, same stone as Carl, (photo)
TROPECK, Joseph, 1885-1961, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
TROPECK, Julia J., Oct. 14, 1923-Feb. 15, 1996, same stone as Charles, (photo)
TROPECK, Karol, 1882-1941, (photo)
TROPECK, Mary, 1891-1960, Mother, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
TROPECK, Mary, 1925-1941, (photo)
TROPECK, Sophia, 1888-1972, Mother, same stone as James, (photo)
TUMNSKIE, Patricia, 1892-1961, Mother, (photo)
UNKNOWN, Ella, 1887-1900, (photo)
UNKNOWN, Francois, 1854-1919, same stone as Jeanne, stone lying on the ground too heavy to lift, name may be on back, (photo)
UNKNOWN, Jeanne, 1851-1913, His Wife, same stone as Francois, stone lying on the ground, too heavy to lift, name may be on back, (photo)
VALENT, Angelina M., 1849-1926, (photo)
VALENT, Angelina, 1917-1917, (photo)
VALENT, Camillo A., 1915-1918, (photo)
VALENT, Vincent V., May 18, 1918-July 10, 1951, CPL 358th Air SV SQ AAF, Enl. Jan. 10, 1944, Disc. Jan. 13, 1946, (photo)
VAN LYNN, Annie, 1894-1924, (photo)
VANNELLI, Maria I., 1888-1955, Mother, same stone as Pietro, (photo)
VANNELLI, Pietro, 1877-1959, Father, same stone as Maria, (photo)
VERELST, Angeline K., 1913-1942, same stone as Cornelia Ann, (photo)
VERELST, Baby, Oct. 23, 1936, (photo)
VERELST, Cornelia Ann, no dates, Infant, same stone as Angeline, (photo)
VINCENTI, Catherine M. VICARI, March 15, 1878(Austria)-Aug. 12, 1947, w/o Dominick, same stone as Dominick, (obit below), (photo)
VINCENTI, Dominick, 1876-1937, same stone as Catherine
VOYE, Clementine, 1851-1923, same stone as Joseph, (photo)
VOYE, Joseph, 1846-1913, same stone as Clementine, (photo), (obit)
WACKER, Louis M., 1909-1911, (photo)
WACKER, Peter H., 1880-1942, (photo)
WALKER, Betty, (no dates), infant, (sister of Paul, Grandchild of Mary BROWN WALKER, (Source: Christina Simpson)

WALKER, Mary BROWN, d: December 21, 1928, Mother; Grandmother, w/o Thomas, (obit below), (photo)
WALKER, Paul BROWN, Jan. 5, 1920-March 10, 1938, s/o John and Elizabeth SHIELDS WALKER, , Grandchild of Mary BROWN WALKER, (Source: Christina Simpson), (obit below), (photo)
WALKER, Paul F., d: Dec., 1927, (obit)
WALSH, Peter W., 1866-1928, same stone as Phoebe his wife, (photo)
WALSH, Phoebe, 1867-no DOD, same stone as Peter, (photo)
WARD, Agnes, 1864-1929, same stone as Robert, (photo)
WARD, John E., 1889-1954, same stone as Mary., (photo)
WARD, Mary I., 1898-1989, same stone as John, (photo)
WARD, Robert, 1860-1922, same stone as Agnes, (photo)
WARNER, Anna B., July 26, 1860, in Lithuania-July 26, 1938, (obit below)
WARNER, Anthony, 1846-19__, no DOD, same stone as Anna, (photo)
WAS, Blanche, 1909-1912, homemade cross, (photo)
WAS, John, 1880-1955, same as Katherine, I believe this should be WAZ, (photo)
WAS, Katherine, 1884-1936, same as John, I believe this should be WAZ, (photo)
WASHETY, Cesar, 1877-1946, Father, same stone as Josephine, (photo)
WASHETY, Josephine, 1881-1916, Mother, same stone as Cesar, (photo)
WAYNER, John, Mar.1, 1887- May 11, 1967, same stone as Stella, (photo)
WAYNER, Stella, July 22, 1891-Jan. 12, 1952, same stone as John, (photo)
WAZ, Stephanie, 1922-1934, same stone as PIVOVAR, Baby, (cousins), (photo)
WECKER, Annie, died July 5, 1888, same stone as Peter, Chas. & Nellie, (photo)
WECKER, Chas., died Feb 7, 1882, same stone as Peter, Annie & Nellie, (photo)
WECKER, Nellie, died unreadable, (photo)
WECKER, Peter Jr., died Sept. 19, 1874, same stone as Chas., Annie & Nellie, (photo)
WECKER, Unreadable, 1873?-190?, same stone as other WECKER, (photo)
WEIBLE, Christine, 1939-1956, (photo)
WENZLER, Edwin M., buried, (photo)
WESALASKI, Frank, Sept. 27, 1881-Feb. 4, 1902, (photo)
WEST, Margaret, 1860-1950, Mother, (photo)
WICHROSKI, Frank, 1885-1958, same stone as Sophia, (photo)
WICHROSKI, Sophia, 1882-1954, same stone as Frank, (photo)
WIECZOREK, Frank, d: April 23, 1927, (obit)
WILLIAMSON, James, d: Jan. 21, 1909, (obit below)
WOSKI, Alphonse, June 19, 1918, Our Son, (photo)
WRIGHT, no names or dates, (photo)
WRIGHT, Genevieve Irene, d: Sept. 14, 1910, d/o William & Susanna, (obit below)
WRIGHT, Susanna, d: Jan. 16, 1909, w/o William, (obit below)
WRONOWSKI, S. T., Dec. 24, 1885-May 15, 1917, (photo)
WUJEC, John, 1884-1962, (photo)
YONONSKI, Mike, d: 1914, (obit below)
ZAFEYA, Albert, Mar. 20, 1874-Jan. 17, 1950, same stone as Annie, (obit), (photo)
ZAFEYA, Annie, Oct. 14, 1878-Mar. 3, 1944, same stone as Albert, (photo)
ZAFEYA, Thomas F., June 15, 1919-Dec. 19, 1980, US Army WW II, (photo)
ZARNICK, Albin, 1925 / 2010, same stone as Ann, (photo)
ZARNICK, Ann F., 1914-1997, (photo)
ZARNICK, Ann M., 1928-1997, same stone as Albin, (photo)
ZARNICK, Frank, 1877-1951, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
ZARNICK, Frank J., 1906-1973, (photo)
ZARNICK, Josephine, 1911-1918, (photo)
ZARNICK, Martha C., 1917-2006, (photo)
ZARNICK, Mary A., 1907-2002, (photo)
ZARNICK, Mary, 1884-1980, Mother, same stone as Frank, (photo)
ZELESKI, Joseph, d: Nov., 1910, (obit)
ZERESKI, Anna, 1880-1948, Father, same stone as Stanley, (photo)
ZERESKI, Stanley, 1869-1952, Father, same stone as Anna, (photo)
ZILAUNAS, Rosella, Jan. 13, 1925-Nov. 24, 1955, Sister, (photo)
ZILAUNES, John J., 1900-1961, same stone as Margaret, (photo)
ZILAUNES, Margaret M., 1906-1972, same stone as John, (photo)
ZILAUNES, Mary A., 1883-1948, Mother, same stone as Peter, (photo)
ZILAUNES, Peter J., 1882-1960, Father, same stone as Mary, (photo)
ZILAVY, Frank, Sept. 8, 1887-June 8, 1917, Inscription in Polish, (photo)
ZIRWAS, Frank, 1897-1951, Son, same stone as Peter & Mary, (photo)
ZIRWAS, Joseph, 1869-1930, (photo)
ZIRWAS, Katherine, Apr. 17, 1883-Aug. 22, 1969, same stone as Mathias, (photo)
ZIRWAS, Marie, 1842-1918, Mother, (photo)
ZIRWAS, Mary, 1873-1953, Mother, same stone as Peter & Frank, (photo)
ZIRWAS, Mathias, Sept. 11, 1879(Germany)-June 23, 1936, h/o Katherine MEYER, (obit below)
ZIRWAS, Michel, 18*2-1915, Father, (photo)
ZIRWAS, Peter, 1869-1939, Father, same stone as Mary and Frank, (photo)

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Obituaries:

ALBARANO, Nick
Nick ALBARANO, 66, of Oakridge Road, R. D. 2, McDonald, formerly of Oakdale, died Thursday, September 11, 1975, in the St.
Clair hospital. A son of the late Frank and Elizabeth FAVCCHIA ALBARANO, he was born August 22, 1909, in Cuddy. He is
survived by his wife, Nora LUDDEN ALBARANO; a daughter, Catherine PISCITELLI of Philadelphia; a son, Nick T. ALBARANO of
New Jersey; two brothers, three sisters; and four grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial was held Saturday in St.
Patrick's R. C. Church, Noblestown, in charge of the Rev. Fr. Thomas A. LAKOMY. Burial was in the church cemetery. Funeral
arrangements by Thomas Funeral Home, Oakdale. September 18, 1975 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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ALLINDER, Rita CARL

Mrs. Rita CARL ALLINDER, 37, of R. D. 1, Oakdale, died suddenly Tuesday, October 1, 1957, in the Mercy hospital.
A daughter of Henry CARL and Mrs. Nettie CARL of Oakdale, she was born August 30, 1950, in Oakdale. Her husband,
Archie ALLINDER, is deceased. Besides her parents, she leaves three daughters, Margaret, Emily, and Mary Jane ALLINDER,
and a son, Robert ALLINDER. Funeral services were held Saturday morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown. Burial was
in St. Patrick's cemetery. October 10, 1957 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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ASHTON, Edwin P.

Edwin P. ASHTON, 43, died at noon, Friday, August 8, 1947, in his home, Bridge street, Oakdale, following a year's illness.
A son of Harry and Catherine ASHTON, he was born July 13, 1904 in Braddock. He and Ann A. BEDNER were married September
6, 1933, in Noblestown. Mr. ASHTON had been a mail carrier for about 22 years, having accepted the position when free
delivery was inaugurated in Oakdale. He was promoted from village carrier to city carrier and later to the rural route,
which position he held when he became ill a year ago. Surviving are his wife, two daughters, Katy Ann and Margaret, and
a son Peter, all at home; a brother, Chester ASHTON, of Oakdale; and three sisters, Mrs. Hazel MC LAUGHLIN of Noblestown,
Mrs. Elizabeth LEWIS and Mrs. Charles SPARKENBAUGH, both of Washington, D. C. Funeral services were held Monday morning
in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, in charge of the pastor, the Rev. Martin FLAHERTY. Burial was in St. Patrick's
cemetery. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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BEBER (BIBER), Frank

Frank BEBER (BIBER) sic, 53, of Marion avenue, Oakdale, died Thursday, January 3, 1963, in the Allegheny General
hospital following a five-month illness. A son of Frances DZIERGAS BEBER and the late Lawrence BEBER, he was born
June 14, 1909, in Poland. He came to the United States as a child and had been a resident of the Oakdale area for
30 years. Mr. BEBER was a machinist at Union Electric Steel of Carnegie and was a member of St. Patrick's R. C.
church, Noblestown. Surviving are his wife, Sophie LOGUT BEBER; his mother, Mrs. Frances BEBER of Detroit, Mich.;
a son, Frank BEBER, Jr., of Oakdale; five sisters, Mrs. Mary LIKAVEC, Mrs. Jean RAUNIO, Mrs. Ann KYLE, Mrs. June
SCHMIDT and Mrs. Agnes __AVIT, all of Detroit, Mich.; and two brothers, Nick and Peter of Oakdale. Requiem high mass
was held Monday morning in St. Patrick's R. C. church, Noblestown. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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BEDNAR, Joseph L.
Joseph L. BEDNAR, 59, died at 3:30 a.m. Thursday, June 24, 1943, in his home, Center avenue, Oakdale, following a
lingering illness. He was employed as a meat cutter in Huey's market, Oakdale, until ill health forced him to retire.
He was a member of St. Patrick's church, Noblestown. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Anna BEDNAR; five daughters: Mrs.
Edwin P. ASHTON, Mrs. Joseph HOFFMAN, Mrs. Chester LITTLE, and Miss Martha BEDNAR, all of Oakdale, and Mrs. Walker
SCOTT of CRAVTON; three sons: Joseph BEDNAR of McDonald and George and Raymond BEDNAR of Oakdale. There are three
grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday morning with requiem high mass in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown,
conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Fr. John P. OREILLY, assisted by the Rev. Michael BEDNAR of Philadelphia, a nephew of
the deceased. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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BEREZNIK, Julia
Mrs. Julia BEREZNIK wife of Paul BEREZNIK, died at her home in Primrose on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock aged 44 years.
Besides the husband, seven children survive, three girls and four boys. Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at
9 o'clock in St. Patrick's church. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery. March 1916 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BERTRAND, Esther
Miss Esther BERTRAND, aged 17 years, died at the West Penn hospital on Thursday after an illness of two weeks. Spinal
meningitis was the cause of her death as the result of a fall. She was very popular and her death was a shock to her many
friends. She is survived by her parents, three sisters, and two brothers. The floral offerings were many and beautiful.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon and interment was made in Noblestown cemetery.
January 6, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BERTWICK, John

Died on Thursday May 31st, at Shaw Mines, John, son of the late John BERTWICK, of spinal meningitis.
Interment at Noblestown. June 9, 1906 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BLANC, Mildred
Mildred BLANC died of pneumonia at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August BLANC of Sturgeon, on Saturday morning,
March 4th at one o'clock, in the seventh year of her age. She is survived by her parents and a younger brother. Funeral
services were held at St. Patrick's catholic church of Noblestown on Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Interment was at
Noblestown. March 9, 1922 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BLANK, Leoncie SALLES
Mrs. Leoncie SALLES BLANK, 46 years old, died at 6:45 o'clock Sunday morning, February 6, 1927, at her home in Sturgeon.
She had been ill four months. Mrs. BLANK was born in France October 16, 1881, and came to McDonald 37 years ago. After
living in McDonald for three years, she moved to Sturgeon, where she spent the rest of her life. On April 11, 1896,
she was united in marriage with Mr. Joseph BLANK, who died 15 years ago in Sturgeon. She was a member of St. Patrick's
church, Noblestown, and of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Order of Railroad Conductors, Division 476, of Carnegie.
She leaves two sons and two daughters: Esther, the wife of C. J. LIENARD of Fort MYERS, Florida; Joseph BLANK of Sturgeon;
Violet, the wife of C. E. PITTS of Hollidays Cove, W. Va.; Harry BLANK of Columbus, Ohio. She also leaves one brother,
F. J. SALLES of Sturgeon, and one sister, Mrs. H. M. MCWHORTER of Columbus, Ohio. There are six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at ten o'clock Tuesday morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, with requiem high mass
sung by the Rev. Fr. D. J. COX. As Mrs. BLANK had requested before her death, her niece, Miss Norma SALLES, played the
organ for the mass. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown. February 11, 1927 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BODUREK, Jacob
 Jacob BODUREK, 58, died Monday morning, January 10, 1944, in his home, 343 Coal street, McDonald, following a
four-month illness. He was born in Poland and came to the United States in 1907. He had resided in Primrose before
moving to McDonald. Mr. BODUREK and Kathryn WHYTE were married about 35 years ago in St. Alphonsus church, McDonald.
He had been employed by the Duquesne Pattern & Bronze Co., McDonald, at the time of his death. Besides his wife, he is
survived by a daughter, Ana, the wife of Joseph ALAKAMOVITCH of McDonald; two sons: Joseph BODUREK of Carnegie and Cpl.
Felix J. BODUREK, stationed overseas; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Joseph FREDERICK of Mallory, W. Va. There is one grandchild.
Two sons and a daughter are deceased.
Funeral services were held this Thursday morning with requiem high mass in St. Alphonsus church, McDonald, intoned by
the Rev. Father REILLY, pastor of St. Patrick's church, Noblestown. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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BRADFORD, Sarah WACKER KESSLER
Mrs. Sarah WACKER KESSLER BRADFORD of Noblestown died Friday afternoon, August 23, 1957, in the home of her son, John
KESSLER, in Beechview, following a three-month illness. A daughter of the late Peter and Mary LISING WACKER, she was born
September 14, 1885, in Noblestown. She was a life-long member of St. Patrick's R. C. church, Noblestown. Her first
husband, John KESSLER, died in March, 1932. She united in marriage with John BRADFORD in 1937. Besides her husband she
is survived by four sons, John KESSLER of Beechview, Leo KESSLER and Lawrence KESSLER, both of New Orleans, La., and
Regis KESSLER of Bower Hill, Bridgeville. There are ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were
held Tuesday morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, in charge of the Rev. Fr. William T. MULLEN. Burial was in
the church cemetery. August 29, 1957 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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BRADLEY, William
William BRADLEY, formerly of McDonald died at his home in Sheraden on Sunday, July 23. Mr. BRADLEY was married to Miss
Isabel LAMEY of McDonald. Besides the wife, seven children survive. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery on Wednesday.
July 29, 1916 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BREIT, Caroline BRUNOWSKY

 Mrs. Caroline BRUNOWSKY BREIT, wife of Gustave BREIT of Sturgeon, died at 4:45 p.m. Saturday, September 27, 1941, after
a lingering illness. She was born in Austria in 1885. She and Gustave BREIT were married in May 1921. The funeral was
Tuesday morning from St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, conducted by the Rev. Fr. URKIN. Burial was in St. Patrick's
cemetery. (Source: McDonald Record)
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BRENNEN, Edward
Mr. Edward BRENNEN, aged 84 years, a former resident of here, died Friday evening, January 34th, 1930, at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Ralph MILLER in Washington, D. C. Mr. BRENNEN was well known here having resided here for about 40 years.
He was a Civil war veteran. Besides the daughter, he is survived by one son, John BRENNEN, a former resident of here, but
now of Cleveland, Ohio. The body was brought to the home of his nephew, Mr. Edward MCAVOY of Pittsburgh on Sunday. Funeral
services were held Tuesday morning at 9 o’clock in St. Patrick’s church, Noblestown, conducted by Rev. Fr. COX. Interment
was in St. Patrick’s cemetery. January 30, 1930 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BRITT, Elizabeth BRENNAN
Mrs. Elizabeth BRITT, aged 70 years died at 1:30 Monday morning, March 3, 1924, in her home at 15 Hawthorn avenue,
Crafton. Mrs. BRITT was born in 1854 in Pottsville, and was the daughter of John and Elizabeth BRENNAN. She was the
widow of the late John BRITT, a coal operator in this locality, who died at the family home in Sturgeon a few years ago.
She was a member of St. Philip's Catholic church of Crafton. She was formerly a member of St. Alphonsus church of McDonald
and later a member of St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, for a number of years. She leaves six daughters and five sons:
Mrs. Sylvester WRIGHT of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. S. B. FLOOD of Crafton, Miss Elizabeth, Miss Anna G., Miss Catherine M.,
and Miss Helen BRITT at home, John BRITT of Pittsburgh, M. A. BRITT of Somerset, T. V. BRITT and W. J. BRITT of Youngstown,
Ohio, also an adopted daughter, Miss Clara BRENNAN and fourteen grandchildren. A brother, Edward BRENNAN of McDonald, also
survives. Funeral services were held at nine o'clock Wednesday morning in St. Philip's Catholic church, Crafton, conducted
by the Rev. Fr. William C. KELTY. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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BRITT, John
John BRITT, one of the best known mine workers of this locality, died at his home at Sturgeon Saturday, August 15, of
stomach trouble. Mr. BRITT was born in England August 10, 1853. When eighteen years of age he came to this country and
located near Mt. Carmel, engaging in coal mining. Afterwards he went to Crenshaw where he worked as mine foreman for the
New York, Lake Erie and Western Coal Company. Mr. BRITT served as district president of the United Mine Workers of America
from 1884 to 1888 and resigned to take the position of superintendent of Jumbo Mine No. 2 At Midway. July 18, 1893, he
went to Sturgeon as superintendent of Champion Mine. He worked there for some years. For a time he has lived a retired
life at his home at Sturgeon. Mr. BRITT is survived by his wife and eleven children. They are: Mrs. Mary FLOOD, wife of
S. B. FLOOD of Sturgeon, John BRITT, Jr., of Knoxville, Pa., Elizabeth, Anna, Michael, Lawrence, Helen, Catherine,
Gertrude, Edward and William at home. He also leaves three brothers in Australia. The funeral services were held in St.
Patrick's Church, Noblestown, Wednesday morning. Solemn High Mass of Requiem was conducted by Rev. Father COX assisted by
Rev. Father BRENNAN of Carnegie and Rev. Father CALLAHAN of Pittsburg. The honorary pallbearers were George HARRISON of
Columbus, Ohio, James HUGHES of Athens, Ohio, James J. BOYLE and J. E. MCDONALD of Crafton, Pa., William TURNER of
Cambridge, Ohio, and James MCLAIN of Ligton, Pa., and the active pallbearers were John GARDNER, Alex. MCDONALD, James
MCGUIRE, Matthew HERRON, Frank COLLINS, B. J. O'HAGEN. Interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, Aug. 21, 1908, McDonald PA Record)
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BUCHEIT, Henrietta
Mrs. Henrietta BUCHEIT died at her home in the Thomassy and Williams Building on Monday, August 1, 1921 at 11:45 o'clock.
Mrs. BUCHEIT had been in failing health for several years. She was born in Germany, June 11, 1848 and came to America with
her parents when she was seven years of age, locating in Monroe county, Ohio. In November 1888, Mrs. BUCHEIT located in
McDonald where she has made her home since, her son George making his home with her. For many years they lived in their
own home in Station street which they recently sold. Two sons survive, C. R. BUCHEIT of Pittsburgh and George J. BUCHEIT,
who has for several years been chief of Police of McDonald. Funeral services were held in the St. Alphonsus church on
Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, in charge of Rev. Father BURGOON, assisted by Rev. Father BRENNEN of Carnegie and Rev.
Father COX, of Noblestown. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery. August 4, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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BURGOON, Anna Creahan
Mrs. Anna CREAHAN BURGOON, 76, of McDonald, died Sunday, May 15, 1983, in the Washington hospital. A daughter of Peter
and Cora HETZEL, she was born December 18, 1906, in Montgomery County. She is survived by her husband, Robert C. BURGOON
of McDonald. Mass of Christian burial was held Tuesday morning in St. Alphonsus R. C. Church, McDonald, in charge of the
Rev. Fr. Francis PUCCI. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown. Funeral arrangements were by the Harold K.
WHARTON Funeral Home, Imperial. May 19, 1983 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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CAMPBELL, Annie
Annie CAMPBELL, age 18 years died at her parents' home in Laurel Hill, Monday October 15th, of typhoid fever. Besides
the parents, deceased is survived by two brothers and three sisters. The remains were taken to Noblestown Thursday morning
and the funeral service in St. Patrick's church by Rev. Father BURGOON. Interment was made in the Noblestown cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, October 21, 1905 McDonald PA Outlook)
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CARNEY, Charles
Charles CARNEY, son of Mrs. James CARNEY of Western avenue, died at 11:20 o'clock Monday morning, October 24, 1927.
He leaves two brothers, John and George, and three sisters, Margaret, Mary, and Jennie. The funeral was private from
the family home Thursday morning. Mass was read in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, at 9:30 o'clock. Interment was
in the family lot in the Noblestown cemetery. *Oakdale column November 4, 1927 / McDonald PA Record
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CHAMAR, Anthony
Anthony A. CHAMAR, aged 76 years, died of pneumonia Friday morning, November 8, at 10:15 o'clock at his home on East
Lincoln avenue. The deceased was one of the best known French residents of McDonald having resided here for the past
thirty-six years. He had followed coal mining all his life and by industry and thrift had acquired a competence. He is
survived by his wife and five sons, Paul of Houston, Leon of Tiltonville, Ohio, Emile of Noblestown, Edward of Pittsburg,
Tony at home and three daughters, Mrs. Mary DURANTIER of Syracuse, N. Y., Mrs. Fred SILHOL of Rosevale, and Mrs. Harry
REND of McDonald, also one brother, Martin CHAMAR of McDonald, and ten grandchildren. The funeral took place Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment at Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, March 8, 1913 McDonald PA Outlook)
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CHAMAR, John Joseph (infant)
Died in the Pittsburgh hospital on Tuesday, July 11, at 9 p.m. John Joseph CHAMAR the three months old son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. CHAMAR. Mrs. CHAMAR will be remembered by her friends as Myrtle HURNEY. Interment was in the St. Patrick's
Cemetery, Noblestown. *Oakdale column / July 22, 1916 / McDonald PA Outlook
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CHESICK, Ignatz
Ignatz CHESICK, aged 37 years, died at six o'clock Saturday morning, April 5, 1924, in the Mercy hospital. Mrs. CHESICK
was a native of Hungary. He had been a resident of Noblestown for some time. His relatives are all in Hungary. Funeral
services were held in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, at 8:30 Saturday morning with requiem high mass sung by the Rev.
Fr. D. J. COX. Interment was in the St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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CIOSMAK, Mary Washnock
Mrs. Mary WASHNOCK CIOSMAK, 53, of Union avenue, Oakdale, died suddenly of a heart attack at 11:50 p.m. Friday, December
24, 1943. She was en route to Noblestown to attend midnight mass with her two daughters when she became ill on a bus.
She is survived by her husband, Michael CIOSMAK; four daughters, Mrs. Anne GRUTZIUS of North Hollywood, Calif., Mrs.
Mary HORNBECK of Brownsville road, Brentwood, and Miss Augusta WRONOWSKI and Miss Eugenia E. CIOSMAK of Oakdale; one son;
Lt. Stephen J. WRONWOSKI of the army cable ship, "Joseph Henry," State Pier, New Bedford, Mass., and one brother, Michael
WASHNOCK of Whitney, Westmoreland county. There are three grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning with
requiem high mass in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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CUNNINGHAM, Emma
Emma, the six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard CUNNINGHAM of Sturgeon, died in the Presbyterian hospital last week
from burns received when she attempted to get warm at an open gas stove in the home of Mrs. MCGILL where she has been the
past year. She was buried at Noblestown on Sunday afternoon. March 30, 1922 / McDonald PA Outlook
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CUNNINGHAM,
Margaret TINNEY
Mrs. Margaret TINNEY CUNNINGHAM, 77, died at 6 o'clock DST Monday evening, September 16, 1935, in her home in Noblestown,
after a three-day illness following a stroke suffered last Friday evening. A daughter of Cornelius and Margaret WILKIE
TINNEY, she was born in Ireland on May 8, 1858. She came to the United States about 51 years ago and came to Noblestown
where she resided until her death. She was united in marriage with Andrew CUNNINGHAM about fifty years ago, the ceremony
being performed in Noblestown by the Rev. Fr. GALLAGHER. Mr. CUNNINGHAM died about 19 years ago. She is survived by a
sister, Mrs. Sarah MCGRADY of Noblestown and a brother, Cornelius TINNEY of Carnegie. Funeral services were held Thursday
morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, of which she was a member, with requiem high mass by the pastor, the Rev.
Fr. M. KEANE. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery. (Source: McDonald Record)
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CUNNINGHAM, Mary
Mrs. Mary CUNNINGHAM, wife of Richard CUNNINGHAM, died at 10:30 a.m. Monday, April 20, 1936, in the Allegheny General
hospital. Mrs. CUNNINGHAM was badly burned about two months ago. She was the daughter of the late Richard and Sarah
BAXTER, and was born November 6, 1879, in Barnesville, Ohio. Besides her husband she is survived by three daughters,
Jessie, the wife of Percy SWEET of Mayfield Heights, Ohio; Miss Wilma of Woodville, and Odessa, the wife of Eugene
OVERACKER of Sturgeon. She is also survived by one brother, Harvey BAXTER of Willoughby, Ohio, and two sisters, Mrs. Alice
HART of Bloomfield, Ohio, and Mrs. Nettie DINSMORE of Broadacre, Ohio. There are eight grandchildren. Funeral services
were held Thursday morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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DAVIS, Margaret Daugherty
Mrs. Margaret DAUGHERTY DAVIS, aged 56 years and one month, died in the Braddock hospital at 6:45 Wednesday evening,
April 2, 1924, after a seven-month's illness due to gall stones. Mrs. DAVIS was born March 4, 1868, in Noblestown.
She was married Christmas day 1891, in Noblestown. Mrs. DAVIS had resided in Laurel hill, McDonald for a number of years
and she was held in high esteem by all who knew her. She was a friend to those in need and when her friends were sick
she was usually at the bedside ready to sooth and comfort. Mrs. DAVIS was a faithful member of the Catholic church. She
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Margaret O'KEEFE of Braddock, and s son, Frank DAVIS, whose address is unknown. She is also
survived by three brothers and two sisters: John DAUGHERTY of Sheraden, James DAUGHERTY of Pittsburgh, Michael DAUGHERTY
of Steubenville, Ohio, Mrs. Patrick COYLE of Carnegie, and Mrs. James MALOY of Pittsburgh. One grandchild also
survives. The funeral was held from the home of her sister, Mrs. Patrick COYLE, 415 Creek street, Carnegie, on Saturday
morning with requiem high mass at St. Patrick's church at 9:30, sung by the Rev. Fr. D. J. COX of Noblestown. Interment
was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
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DAUGHERTY, George
This well known citizen (George DAUGHERTY) died at his residence at Laurel Hill on Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock after
a long and painful illness. Mr. DAUGHERTY was born in Ireland, but came from Glasgow, Scotland, in 1854 to assist in
opening the Briar Hill mine, the first mine on the Panhandle. Up until within a few years ago Mr. DAUGHERTY worked in
the mines. He leaves a wife and one son, George, who resides in Carnegie, and three daughters, Mesdames Mary MURRAY and
Katherine QUIGLEY, both of Renville, Ohio, and Mrs. Ellen ROGERS at home. He leaves also fifteen grandchildren. Deceased
was a consistent member of St. Alphonsus church where solemn requiem mass was said on Thursday morning. The interment took
place in St. Patrick's cemetery at Noblestown. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, Aug. 18, 1906 McDonald PA Record)
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DEAN, Martin Sr.
Martin DEAN, Sr., 70, of Cuddy, formerly of Sturgeon, died Thursday, July 26, 1956, in the Presbyterian hospital,
Pittsburgh, where he had been a patient for a week. He resided in Sturgeon for 16 years prior to moving to Cuddy a year
ago. He was a retired miner, having been employed for 25 years at the Muse mine. Surviving are his wife, Isabell MCCABE
DEAN, of Cuddy; four daughters, Margaret, the wife of George HARRIS of Cuddy; Melva, the wife of Aulta LANGDON of Newell,
W. Va.; Merle, the wife of Elvin DESPER of Sturgeon; and Isabell, the wife of William RAMOUS of Bridgeville; and four sons,
Martin DEAN, Jr., with the Armed Forces in Germany; Bernard DEAN of Oakdale, Kenneth DEAN of Cuddy, and James DEAN of Mt.
Oliver; a sister, Mrs. Mary GARDNER of Federal, and a brother, Thomas DEAN of Federal. There are nine grandchildren and
one greatt-grandchild. Requiem high mass was sung Monday morning in St. Patrick's R. C. church, Noblestown, by the Rev. Fr.
William T. MULLEN. Burial was in the church cemetery. August 2, 1956 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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DEBIASI, Leon Walter
Leon Walter DEBIASI, 28, died at 2:55 p.m. Friday, November 18, 1932 in his home in Midway, after an illness of three days.
He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernardo DEBIASI and was born April 13, 1904, in Shaw Mine. The family lived in Primrose
for 23 years and for the past four years in Midway. His father died April 26, 1928. Besides his mother he leaves the
following brother and sisters: Frank DEBIASI of Midway, Mrs. Lillian DEBLANDER of Primrose, Mrs. Della MARENO and Miss
Mary DIBIASI of Pittsburgh, Miss Olympia and Miss Ester DEBIASI at home. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning in
St. Alphonsus' church, with requiem high mass sung by the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Burial was in the St. Patrick's
cemetery, Noblestown. November 25, 1932 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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DELFOSSE, Jules
Jules DELFOSSE of Champion Hill, Sturgeon, died at 3:20 p.m. Thursday, July 4, 1957, in the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh,
following an illness of several weeks. A son of the late Louis and Sidonie DELFOSSE, he was born March 4, 1887, in
Belgium. He had been employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad for the past 30 years. He was a veteran of World War I
and a member of Ernest Phillips Post 485, American Legion, McDonald. He is survived by his wife, Anna DELFOSSE, and
a step-daughter, Miss Mary CONLEY. Funeral services were held July 8 in St. Patrick's R. C. church, Noblestown, in
charge of the Rev. Fr. William T. MULLEN. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
July 18, 1957/McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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Deveaney ,Susan M.
McDonald homemaker. Susan M. Deveaney, 48, of McDonald, Robinson Township, died Monday, February 6, 2012, in Sewickley
Valley Hospital. She was born May 8, 1963, in Canonsburg, daughter of the late James L. Bushmire Sr. and Rita Eileen Lukan
Bushmire. Mrs. Deveaney was a homemaker. Surviving are her husband of 28 years, Richard Deveaney Sr.; sons Richard Jr.,
Michael and Mathew Deveaney, all of McDonald; brothers James Bushmire of Sturgeon and Frank Bushmire of Midway; a sister,
Margi Sartori of Florida; and her mother-in-law, Betty Deveaney of McDonald. Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday and 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in Thomas-Little Funeral Service Inc., 314 West Lincoln Avenue, McDonald,
724-926-2800. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday, February 10, in St. Patrick Roman Catholic
Church, Noblestown Road, Oakdale. Interment will follow in St. Patrick Cemetery, Noblestown. Please sign the guest book at
thomas-littlefuneralservice.com. (February 8, 2012 Washington Observer-Reporter)
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DOLCICH, JUANITA M. (GARRETT)
Age 84, of Oakdale, on March 14, 2008. Beloved wife of the late Joseph J. Dolcich who died April 20, 1989. Daughter of the
late Elijah and Gertrude (Smith) Garrett; mother of Gertrude Dolcich of Oakdale, William and wife Elaine Dolcich of
Venetia, PA; grandmother of Bill, Matthew and Danielle Dolcich and a dear friend Joan Garrett; preceded in death by one
sister, Mary Crawley and two brothers, Elijah Garrett and James Garrett. She was a bookkeeper/secretary for James Garrett
Accountant, she was a member of St. Alphonsus R.C. Church, McDonald. Friends will be received at the THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL
SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Road, Oakdale, PA on Sunday from 12-4 and 6-9pm and Monday from 10am to 12 noon. Mass of
Christian Burial will be held at 1pm at St. Alphonsus R.C. Church, McDonald. Interment will follow in St. Patrick Cemetery
Published Saturday, March 15, 2008
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DUFFY, Patrick
Patrick DUFFY, aged fifty years, of Noblestown, died Monday evening in the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, from injuries
received in an accident at the mine of the Fayette Coal Company near Noblestown, Monday morning. Several months ago his
little son Patrick was struck by an automobile and died from the injuries. DUFFY was employed as a roadman at the mine.
About five o'clock Monday morning he was riding on the first car of a trip of loaded cars down the slope to dump them.
As he started to jump off he slipped and fell backward, striking his head. His skull was fractured. A wife and five
children survive. The funeral services were held in St. Patrick's Church at Noblestown on Wednesday morning and were
largely attended. Interment was made in the cemetery near the church. October 24, 1913/McDonald PA Record
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DUFFY, Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. John CONNERS of Western avenue received word on Sunday of the sudden death of their son-in-law,
Mr. Thomas DUFFY of Langeloth, who was found dead in the yard at his home. He leaves his widow and seven
children to mourn his loss. Mr. DUFFY before her marriage was Miss Margaret CONNERS of Oakdale. The funeral
services were held on Wednesday, Jan. 7th at St. Patrick's Catholic church, conducted by Father COX. Interment
was in St. Patrick's cemetery. (source: Jan. 15, 1920 McDonald PA Outlook)
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DUMARET, John

John DUMARET, 45, of 338 Liberty street, McDonald, died at 6:00 a.m. Sunday, September 26, 1937, in the Mercy hospital
from injuries received in the mine seven months ago. He was born in 1892 in Poland and came to the United States in 1907.
He and Carolina MUNITI were married November 16, 1916, in Massachusetts. Besides his wife, he leaves two sons and two
daughters: Joseph, Stanley and Stella DUMARET at home, and Mary, the wife of Elmer F. DUMAS of McGrann, Armstrong county.
A brother, Stanley DUMARET, of Massachusetts also survives. A son, John, was drowned July 23, 1934. There is one
granddaughter. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning in St. Alphonsus' church. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery,
Noblestown. (Source: McDonald Record)
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DWYER, Catherine
After a lingering illness from ailments due to old age Mrs. Catherine DWYER, one of the oldest residents of these
parts, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James MCGINN, at Sturgeon, Tuesday afternoon, September 6, at
four o’clock. Mrs. DYER was 80 years of age and had resided here for nearly 60 years, coming to this locality
from Ireland where she was born. Mrs. DWYER was widely known. When she located here McDonald was little more than
a small village and despite her great age she remembered and told of the progress of this place and the towns
surrounding. She was a devout member of St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church of Noblestown and had been a member of
that congregation for a long period of years. Besides the daughter with whom she made her home, Mrs. DWYER is
survived by two sons, Patrick and John of East Pittsburg. Funeral services were held at the St. Alphonsus’ church,
Thursday morning. The services were in charge of the Rev. J. A. BURGOON. Interment was made in the Noblestown cemetery.
(Source: September 9, 1910 McDonald PA Record)
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DWYER, Infant

The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick DWYER died at it's home in Curtisville and was brought to Noblestown cemetery
for interment. (Aug. 28, 1915 McDonald PA Outlook)
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FELLNER, Frank W.
Drowns While Bathing in Raccoon Creek
Frank W. FELLNER, 26, of Railroad street, McDonald, was drowned about 8:30 o'clock Sunday ___ July 10, 1932 in Raccoon
creek, Imperial, when seized with cramps while swimming in deep water. ___ sank before other swimmers ___ rescue him, and
was pronounced dead by Dr. G. M. SPROWLS of Imperial when his body was recovered two hours later. The mishap occurred
about sundown. FELLNER had gone to the spot with a party of friends for an outing. FELLNER, a son of Mrs. Kath___ FELNER,
was born in the Norths__ Pittsburgh. The family lived for a time in Bulger and a number of years ago removed to McDonald.
The father died April 24, 1919, in Bulger. Besides his mother, three sisters and a brother survive; Mrs. G___ JENKINS of
Midway, Julia, Eliza___ and Joseph at home. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning in St. Alphonsus' church, with
requiem high mass sung by the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Burial was in the St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
July 15, 1932 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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FICHTER, Minnie R.
At Presbyterian hospital,on Monday, April 2, 1917, at 4:10 p.m., Minnie R. FICHTER, aged 39 years, 4 months, 29 days.
Funeral from her late residence, Oakdale, Pa., on Thursday, April 5, at 9 a.m.  Blessing services at St. Partrick's church,
Noblestown, Pa., at 10 o'clock.  Interment St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown, Pa.
(Source: Pittsburgh Press 4-3-1917)
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FLOOD, James
James FLOOD, 74, died at 9:35 p.m., Wednesday, July 26, 1939, in his home in Noblestown of a heart attack. A son of Thomas
and Johanna BULGER FLOOD, he was born May 27, 1865, in New Castle. The family moved to Noblestown in 1869. He and Mary
COLLINS were married October 24, 1900, in Noblestown by the Rev. Fr. Joseph BRENNAN. He was a member of St. Patrick's
church, Noblestown, and of the Knights of Columbus, Holy Name Society, the Knights of St. George, and the Fraternal Order
of Eagles. Besides his wife he leaves four daughters: Miss Anna and Miss Margaret FLOOD at home, Loretta, the wife of
Louis DAMM of Sturgeon, and Marie, the wife of George MILLER of McDonald; three sons, Thomas, Joseph and James FLOOD, all
of Noblestown; two brothers: Patrick FLOOD of Noblestown and Stephen FLOOD of Crafton; one sister; Miss Mary FLOOD of
Noblestown, and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning with requiem high mass at ten o'clock
in St. Patrick's church, the Rev. C. M. KEANE officiating. Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.
July 28, 1939 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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FLOOD, Johanna

Mrs. Johanna FLOOD, one of the best known residents of this community, died at her home in Noblestown, Wednesday
morning, July 19, after a lingering illness. The deceased was born in Carlow County, Ireland, December 2, 1842.
Coming to America with her parents at the age of eight years, she settled in Freeport, Pa., where her early girlhood
days were spent. In 1862 she was united to Thomas H. FLOOD, who preceded her to the grave some twenty-seven years ago.
Ten children were born to this union, the following of whom survive: James of Noblestown, Stephen B. of Sturgeon,
Mrs. Ella CRANDALL of Marietta, Ohio, and Patrick, Mary and Margaret at home. Widowed early in life and thrown upon
her own resources, she reared a family who are a credit to her and to the town in which they reside. A kind and
loving mother, a true and faithful friend and neighbor, she won the respect and admiration of all who knew her.
She was ever ready to extend the hand of sympathy to those who were in need, and her charitable acts and kindly deeds
will long be remembered by her hosts of friends. She was a devout and consistent member of St. Patrick's Church, from
which place the funeral took place Friday morning at half past ten, solemn requiem high mass being celebrated by the
Rev. Father D. J. COX, pastor, assisted by the Rev. Father J. J. SHOLTZ of Carnegie, as deacon and the Rev. Father J.
PONAAK of Imperial, sub-deacon. Interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery. The sympathy of the entire vicinity is
extended to the family, in this their hour of sad bereavement.
(Source: July 28, 1911 McDonald PA Record)
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FODSE, Frances A.

Mrs. Frances A. FODSE, 92, died Thursday, January 3, 1963, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary SINCILINE, in Sturgeon.
The wife of the late Rocco FODSE, she was born September 16, 1870, in Italy. She had been a resident of Sturgeon for the
past 60 years. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Mary SINCILINE of Sturgeon, Mrs. Rose GOBEO and Mrs. Josephine DAOUT of
McDonald, and Mrs. Frances CHRISTENSON of Warren County; and a son, Nick FODSE, of McDonald There are 25 grandchildren
and 64 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday morning in St. Patrick's R. C. church, Noblestown in charge
of the Rev. Fr. Joseph E. DRUMM. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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GAITENS, Daniel J., d: May 30, 2009, (obit below)
GAITENS DANIEL J. 52, of McDonald, North Fayette Twp., suddenly on May 30, 2009; beloved son of Kathleen (MCGREGOR) GAITENS
of McDonald and the late Phillip M. GAITENS; brother of Virginia A. (Timothy) CLAIR of MD and John P. GAITENS of CA and the
late Phillip A. GAITENS who passed away in 1995; uncle of Kathleen and Michael CLAIR. He will be sadly missed by his dog,
Furbie. He was a D.J. and he was a graduate of Penn State and a member of St. Patrick RC Church in Noblestown. Friends will
be received from 12 noon until 2 p.m. Tuesday at the THOMAS - LITTLE FUNERAL SVCS., INC., 314 W. Lincoln Ave., McDonald, PA,
where Blessing Service will be held at 2 p.m. Interment will be at St. Patrick RC Church Cemetery. Friends may sign a guest
book at thomas-littlefuneralservice.com. June 1, 2009 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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GILLESPIE, infant
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert GILLESPIE of Centre avenue died on Sunday, November 20, aged five days. The
funeral took place Monday. Interment was made at Noblestown. November 26, 1910 / McDonald PA Outlook
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GRIMES, Charles
Charles, the eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George GRIMES of North avenue, died suddenly Monday morning at 10:30
o'clock of diphtheritic croup. The funeral took place Tuesday. Interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, Feb. 12, 1909, McDonald PA Record)
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HALEY, John
Ill with measles for four or five days, John HALEY, four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John HALEY, who
reside about two miles south of this place, died at the home of his parents Friday morning, February 24, at 5
o'clock. Beside the parents several brothers and sisters survive. Funeral services were held in St.
Patrick's Church, Noblestown, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery.
(Source: March 3, 1911 McDonald PA Record)
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HARDGROVE, Margaret M.
On Saturday, July 2, 1921, at 11:45 o'clock Margaret M. HARDGROVE died at her home on Union avenue, Oakdale. Miss Margaret
had been in poor health the past three years and just recently had undergone an operation in the Mercy hospital, returning
home about four weeks ago. Her death came as a great shock to her many friends who entertained the hope that she was on
the road to recovery. On Thursday she became alarmingly ill and suffered greatly until claimed by death Saturday noon.
Miss Margaret was one of those rarely beautiful characters who lived in their service to others--self was never considered
by her. Her life's work was devoted to teaching and for the past thirty-five yeas has been one of the faithful teachers in
the Sturgeon school, a member of St. Patrick's church, and faithful in all her Christian duties and privileges. A tribute
of love and respect was shown by the many beautiful floral tributes. Miss Margaret will be sadly missed, especially by the
devoted sister, Miss Anna at home, who has been so faithful in caring for her; her sister, Mrs. BIRMINGHAM, of Knoxville,
brothers Michael of Charleroi, Joseph of Youngstown, and George, of Pittsburgh. The funeral services were held Tuesday
morning. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery. July 7, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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HAROUSE, MARIE C. (MASIE)
81 of Carnegie on Feb. 12, 2008 in St. Clair Hospital; daughter of the late James and Flortine Masie; beloved wife of the
late Frank D. Harouse, who died in 1985; mother of Jeanne (Robert) Faust of Carnegie and Frank D. (Patricia) Harouse of
Oakdale; sister of Dorothy Dunham of Ford City, Lois Riser of Rennerdale and the late James Masie. She is the grandmother
of three; great-grandmother of four. She was a retired manager from Montgomery Wards Dept. Store. Visitation will be at the
THOMAS-LITTLE FUNERAL SERVICE, INC., 5000 Noblestown Rd., Oakdale 2-4 & 6-8 on Fri. where Blessing Service will be held on
Sat. at 10 am. Interment will follow in St. Patrick Cemetery, Noblestown. Published Thursday, February 14, 2008
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HARRIS, Martin George
Martin George HARRIS, 12, died Monday, May 8, 1960, in his home in Morgan after a lengthy illness. A son of George and
Margaret DEAN HARRIS, he was born January 1, 1948, in McDonald. He is survived by his parents; three sisters, Mrs. Eileen
LAUFF of Midway, Miss Donna and Lois Jean HARRIS, both at home; and two home. at home. (apparently a typo of some sort)
An Angel mass was held May 12 in charge of the Rev. Fr. Joseph DRUMM of St. Patrick's Church, Noblestown. Burial was in
the church cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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HARTSIK, Josephine
Mrs. Josephine HARTSIK, 77, of Barr street, McDonald, died Thursday, August 8, 1957, in the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh.
Born in Austria, January 19, 1880, she came to this country in 1899, settling first in Philadelphia. She later moved to
McDonald where she had resided for the past 40 years. She was a member of St. Alphonsus church, the Altar Society, the
ladies auxiliary of VFW Post No. 567, and the Croation Fraternal Union of Pittsburgh for 55 years. Her husband, Michael,
died in 1936. She leaves five daughters, Mrs. Joseph OBENBRIER, Anna Mae HARTSIK, Mrs. Rudolph MARENCEL and Mrs. John
MARENCEL, all of McDonald, and Mrs. Edward TRIEBSCH of Oakdale; two sons, Mathew HARTSIK and George HARTSIK, both of
R. D. 3, McDonald; two brothers, and two sisters. There are nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday morning
in St. Alphonsus church, McDonald, in charge of the Rev. Fr. Joseph LONERGAN. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery,
Noblestown. August 15, 1957/McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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HERMES, Michael
Michael HERMES aged 33 years, was killed by a fall of slate in the mine of the Verner Coal Co. at Bulger, Pa., Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. HERMES was working to widen a channel when caught by the fall. He is survived by his wife and
three children, Lillian aged 9, Kathleen 7, and Leonard 4. He is also survived by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard HERMES of Bulger and four sisters, Mrs. Mamie JOHNSTON, Kathren (sic) LETOUBERT of Bulger; Mrs. Margaret LOUER
of Midway and Lillian DEER of Atlasburg; also one brother, Thomas, at home. Funeral services were held in St. Ann Catholic
church on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery. October 6, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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HOLAREN, Mary Walsh

Mrs. Mary WALSH HOLAREN, 73, died suddenly of a heart attack at 12:20 a.m. Friday, January 14, 1944, in her home on the
Venice road, McDonald. A daughter of Margaret and Michael WALSH, she was born July 25, 1870, in Marietta, Ohio. She and
Thomas J. HOLAREN were married 49 years ago in Marietta by the Rev. Father WOESMANN and had been residents of McDonald and
vicinity for many years. Besides her husband, she is survived by one brother, James WALSH of Cincinnati, Ohio; four sons:
James M. HOLAREN of Ingram, Thomas J. HOLAREN of Carnegie, Joseph M. HOLAREN of McDonald, and William C. HOLAREN of
Plainfield, N. J.; three daughters: Mrs. Margaret BISSELL of Chicago and Miss Ann and Miss Holaren at home. There are
eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday morning with requiem high mass in St. Alphonsus' church, McDonald,
intoned by the Rev. Fr. Leo F. VANSTON, C. P. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: McDonald Record)
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HOLTZHEIMER, Mary Elizabeth

Following a lengthy illness due to a cancerous affection, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth HOLTZHEIMER, aged 30
years, widow of Knodel HOLTZHEIMER died Sunday night at eight o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred
SCHULL of near Venice. Beside the daughter Mrs. SCHULL, another daughter, Mrs. Mary POWERS, also of near Venice,
survives. Funeral services were held in the St. Patrick's Church, Noblestown, Wednesday morning. Interment in
the Noblestown cemetery. (Source: February 24, 1911 McDonald PA Record)
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HUGGINS, Harry
Harry HUGGINS, age 40, of Allegheny City, was buried at Noblestown Saturday, Rev. J. A. BURGOON officiating at the
interment services. Other services were held at the St. Peter's church, Allegheny City, of which Mr. HUGGINS was a
member. February 10, 1906 / McDonald PA Outlook
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IGLAR, Charles J.
Charles J. IGLAR, 75, of Sturgeon, died Friday, December 2, 1983, in the West Allegheny hospital. A son of Martin and
Ellen STRBAVI IGLAR, he was born October 16, 1908, in Oakdale. Surviving are his wife, Frances May IGLAR; a daughter,
Barbara BUZZANELLI; three sisters, Helen WAZ, Margaret DARRY, and Irene BOLAND; three brothers, Albert IGLAR, Edward
IGLAR, and Gilbert IGLAR; and three grandsons. A blessing service was held Tuesday morning in the Thomas and Little
funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. Fr. Thomas LAKOMY, pastor of St. Patrick's R. C. Church, Noblestown. Burial
was in St. Patrick's cemetery. December 8, 1983 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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JANSSENS, Louis
Louis JANSSENS, aged 49 years and 23 days, died at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, December 28, 1927, in his home, 217 Center
avenue, McDonald, of pneumonia, after a five days' illness. Mr. JANSSENS was born December 5, 1878 in Brussels, Belgium,
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene JANSSENS. On June 5, 1905, he was united in marriage with Miss Marie BRACONNIER, and
two and a half years later--on December 15, 1908--they came to the United States and settled in McDonald. Mr. JANSSENS
immediately began work at his trade of painter, and built up a prosperous business. He was polite and industrious, and
had many friends who were shocked when they learned of his unexpected death. He is survived by his wife, a daughter
Rachel, age 13, and a son, Louis Jr., age 8. Albert JANSSENS of Washington avenue is a brother. His father and one
brother, Leon JANSSENS, live in Belgium. Funeral services will be held at nine o'clock Saturday morning in St. Alphonsus'
church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
December 30, 1927/McDonald PA Record
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JESIOLKIEWIC, Stanley
Stanley JESIOLKIEWIC, aged 56 years, died at eleven o'clock Thursday morning, June 2, 1927, at his home at Laurel hill,
McDonald. Death was due to dropsy. He had been ill since his daughter was killed in a railroad accident at the Laurel
hill crossing about two years ago. Mrs. JESIOLKIEWIC was born in Russia and came to the United States about twenty years
ago, locating at Elizabeth, where he remained two years. From there he came to Laure hill, McDonald, where he spent the
remainder of his life. He was a coal miner by trade. He was united in marriage with Mary KOTOSKI, who survives. Besides
his wife he leaves the following children: Joseph of Treveskyn; Helen, the wife of Chester ANDIREWSKI of Chicago, Ill.;
Kathryn, the wife of Louis WALCZEYK; William and Mary at home. There are ten grandchildren. One grandson, Joseph, has
made his home with his grandparents since the death of his mother two years ago. His father is also dead. Funeral services
were held at eight o'clock Monday morning in his home at Laurel hill. Mass was sung at nine o'clock Monday morning in St.
Alphonsus' church by the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Interment was in the St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
June 10, 1927 / McDonald PA Record
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KAGIS, John
John, the six-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander KAGIS of House 42, Primrose, died Thursday, January 27, 1927.
Funeral services were held Saturday morning by the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery.
February 4, 1927 / McDonald PA Outlook
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KELLY, Joseph
Joseph KELLY, the three-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James KELLY of Noblestown, died Tuesday morning. Funeral services
were held Wednesday afternoon. Interment in the Noblestown cemetery. April 25, 1913/McDonald PA Record
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KELLY, Mary
Mary KELLY, 19 years old, died at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nellie KELLY, in Sturgeon on Thursday morning, March 2, 1922,
at 9:15 o'clock, after an illness extending over a period of four months. Her illness began with an attack of typhoid
fever, which was in turn followed by other serious ailments. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Nellie KELLY, two brothers,
Francis, who works in West Virginia, and Constantine, at home. Her father died eighteen years ago. Miss KELLY was a member
of St. Patrick's church of Noblestown, from which place the funeral services were held at nine o'clock Saturday morning, in
charge of the Rev. Father D. J. COX. Interment was in the St. Patrick's cemetery. March 9, 1922 / McDonald PA Outlook
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KIGHTLINGER, Gertrude
 Gertrude, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.. KIGHTLINGER of Sturgeon, died Friday, May 2, 1902, aged three
years and five months. She was a little sufferer of a complication of diseases. Funeral took place Sunday at 4 o'clock
at St. Patrick's church, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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KIGHTLINGER, Jessie

Mrs. Jessie KIGHTLINGER aged 58 years, wife of A. R. KIGHTLINGER of Oakdale, died at 12:30 o'clock Friday afternoon,
February 8, 1924. She leaves her husband and the following children: Mrs. William C. KOHL, Oakdale; Vincent KIGHTLINGER,
Oklahoma; Walter and Ardith, at home. Mrs. KIGHTLINGER was a sister of the late Rev. Father QUINN of Derry. Three
sisters also survive. Funeral services were held Monday morning at ten o'clock in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown.
Interment was in the St. Patrick's cemetery.
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The funeral services for Mrs. Jessie KIGHTLINGER, beloved wife of A. R. KIGHTLINGER of Oakdale, were held in St.
Patrick's church on Monday, February 11th, at 10 a.m. Mrs. KGIHTLINGER died on Friday, February 8, 1924, at 12:30 p.m. at
her home in Oakdale after a long illness.
*Noblestown column
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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KIGHTLINGER, Joseph A.
Joseph A. KIGHTLINGER, 28 years old, died at Monticello, Ky., Friday morning, August 30, of typhoid fever. The deceased
was a young man of much promise. His father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Aquilla KIGHTLINGER, live at Sturgeon. He was
the oldest of four brothers and two sisters. The funeral services were held in St. Patrick's Church, Noblestown, Monday
morning, and the remains were laid away in the cemetery there.
September 6, 1907 / McDonald PA Record
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KINNEY, Patrick
Patrick KINNEY, aged 52 years, died Sunday morning at this home in Noblestown, after al long illness of tuberculosis.
He had been a resident of Noblestown for 30 years. He is survived by one son, two daughters, and two sisters. The
funeral services were held Tuesday morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown in charge of Rev. D. J. COX. Interment
was in the Noblestown cemetery. April 1, 1916 / McDonald PA Outlook

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KOCH, Albert
Albert KOCH passed away at his home in North Fayette township on Thursday, December 5, 1929, after a lingering illness of
heart trouble. He was born in Germany December 27, 1855, and would have been 75 years old this month. He leaves two sons.
Funeral services were held on Monday morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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KOVELESKI, Stella
Stella KOVELESKI, the two-year-old daughter of Mrs. John KOVELESKI, died at her home at Jumbo at 5
o'clock Sunday morning. Death came as a result of pneumonia. Saturday the child was stricken and sank
rapidly until the end. The funeral services were held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at St. Alphonsus Roman
Catholic church. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery. John KOVELESKI, the father of the child, was
hit by a train and almost instantly killed several weeks ago.
(Source: June 26, 1915 McDonald PA Outlook)
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KUMEI, Annie
Mrs. Annie KUMEI, aged 75, died on Thursday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Michael FRANK of Oakdale. Two
daughters and two sons survive. Mrs. KUMEI was born in Austria. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning in St.
Patrick's church at Noblestown and interment will be at Noblestown. Sept. 2, 1916 / McDonald PA Outlook
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LACEK, Andrew F.
Andrew F. LACEK, 60, of Chicago, Ill., formerly of Oakdale, died Wednesday, September 10, 1975, in Veteran' hospital,
Chicago. A son of the late Lawrence and Rose LACEK, he was born February 3, 1915, in Oakdale. He is survived by two
brothers, Stanley and Joseph LACEK; and two sisters, Stella LACEK and Rose SAVCHAK. Blessing Service was held Saturday
morning in the Thomas funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. Fr. Thomas A. LAKOMY, pastor of the St. Patrick's R. C.
Church, Noblestown. Burial was in the church cemetery. September 18, 1975 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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LANGENECKER, Mark
Mark LANGENECKER died at his home in McDonald Saturday, aged 84 years. He is survived by his wife and two daughters.
Funeral services were held in St. Alphonsus church on Monday morning. Interment was at Noblestown.
November 3, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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LERNER, Mary DURAY

Mrs. Mary DURAY (MAY) LERNER, 69 of R. D. 1, McDonald, wife of Joseph LERNER, died Saturday, May 14, 1960, in John J.
KANE hospital following a long illness. She was born September 23, 1890 in Poland, and had resided in Sturgeon for
40 years. She was a member of St. Alphonsus R. C. Church, McDonald. Surviving besides her husband are three daughters,
Mrs. Sophia STEVENS of Pittsburgh; Mrs. Frances IGLAR of Sturgeon, and Mrs. Dorothy BRITTAN of R. D. 1, McDonald; three
sons, Stanley MAY of Sturgeon, Frank MAY of McDonald, and Joseph MAY of R. D. 1, McDonald, a brother, Joseph DURAY of
McDonald. There are 15 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning in St.
Patrick's R. C. Church, Noblestown, in charge of the Rev. Fr. Joseph E. DRUMM. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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LOUERE, Francois
Francois LOUERE, aged 68 years, was found dead at his home on Belgian Hill on Monday morning, February 3d. He lived
alone, and had asked a neighbor to call him at seven o'clock. On receiving no response the woman called other neighbors
and they entered the house and found the man dead. Heart trouble was given as the cause of death. He leaves three sons
and one daughter, all living in East Pittsburgh. The funeral services were held at St. Alphonsus' church Wednesday
morning. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery.
February 7, 1919 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MARUCA, Joseph
Joseph MARUCA, aged five months, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony MARUCA of Spring avenue, Oakdale, died on Thursday
morning, March 20, 1924 at 5 o'clock after a siege of convulsions. Services were held Saturday morning in St. Patrick's
church, Noblestown. Interment was in the St. Patrick's cemetery. The father, Tony MARCUA is one of our faithful flagmen
at the Railroad crossing on Union avenue. March 27, 1924 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MATTHEWS, JAMISON-SMITH

Mrs. John MATTHEWS, aged 64, died at her home in Noblestown on Saturday afternoon, September 15, at one o'clock. She was
born in Russia and came to the United States 50 years ago. She was united in marriage to John MATTHEWS in New York 42
years ago and has lived in Noblestown for the last 15 years. Besides her husband, John MATTHEWS, she is survived by four
children, Mrs. Agnes MILLER, Mrs. Pete ZANNULES, Katie and Pete, at home, and 14 grandchildren. Funeral services were held
in St. Patrick's church on Tuesday morning, with high mass by Rev. Father COX. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Sept. 27, 1928 McDonald PA Outlook, Victoria Hospodar Valentine)
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MCCAFFREY, Patrick

Patrick MCCAFFREY, aged 44 years, one month, four days, died at his home in Laurel hill, McDonald, at 10:45 p.m. Saturday,
November 1, 1924, after a year's illness caused by a complication of diseases. He was born in Lancaster, Pa., in 1880.
Mr. MCCAFFREY was married to Miss Harriet MANK on December 25, 1902, at St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, by the Rev. Fr.
BRENNAN. Five children were born to this union, all of whom survive. They are Mrs. J. A. BLANK of Steubenville, Ohio,
Miss Ella, Miss Violet, James and Miss Elizabeth, all at home. He also leaves six sisters and two brothers. They are:
Mrs. Thomas GRIBBIN of Barr street, Mrs. William MCGREGOR of Eldersville, Mrs. Hugh C. MCELWAIN of Steubenville, Ohio, Mrs.
Charles A. MORAN of Third street, Mrs. Edward GIBSON of Oakdale, Mrs. William Jones of Ingram, Hugh and James of McDonald,
and one grandchild, Kenneth BLANK of Steubenville, Ohio. Funeral services were held in St. Alphonsus' church, McDonald, on
Tuesday morning, with a requiem high mass, in charge of the pastor, the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Interment was in St.
Patrick's cemetery at Noblestown.
Nov. 7, 1924 McDonald PA Record, Victoria Hospodar Valentine
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MCCAULEY, Mary O'Rourke

Mrs. Mary O'ROURKE MCCAULEY, aged 70 years, wife of the late Richard MCCAULEY, died Thursday morning, October 18, 1928,
at 5:45 o'clock in her home in East Lincoln avenue, following a seven weeks illness. Mrs. MCCAULEY was born April 12,
1858, in Lanarkshire, Scotland, and with her husband came to the United States 46 years ago locating in McDonald. Mr.
MCCAULEY died five years ago last August. She leaves four daughters and three sons. They are: Catherine, the wife of
Emmett KEENAN of Southside Pittsburgh; Agnes, the wife of Joseph PEARCE of New Mexico; James, Richard, Isabella, and
Joseph, at home, and Annie, the wife of George ROBINS of Cleveland, Ohio. One brother, James O'ROURKE of Scotland, and
three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth MONTAGUE of Jersey City, N. J., Mrs. Agnes MCCALL of McKees Rocks, and Mrs. Annie MCFARLAND
of Barr street, McDonald, also survive. There are three grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday morning with
mass of high requiem at nine o'clock in St. Alphonsus' church. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
Nov. 1, 1928 McDonald PA Outlook, Victoria Hospodar Valentine
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MCCUTCHEN, Margaret
Mrs. Margaret MCCUTCHEN died at her home in Brownsville on Friday afternoon, August 19th at 5:20 o'clock, aged 34 years.
She was the daughter of E. R. BRENNEN of East Lincoln avenue, McDonald. Pneumonia was the cause of her death. She is
survived by her husband and three children, Harry, Frances and Julia Ann; her father, one brother, John, of McDonald and
one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth MILLER of Hawaii. The body was brought to McDonald where services were held in St. Alphonsus’
church at 9:00 o'clock Tuesday morning. Interment was in Noblestown cemetery. August 25, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MCGEE, Frank

Frank MCGEE died at his home near McDonald on Thursday, June 30th, after a lingering illness with cancer. He was in the
sixty-fifth year of his age. For many years the MCGEE family have made their home just West of McDonald, near the McDonald
Mill. Besides his wife he is survived by three sons, Frank, in California; George, of McKeesport, and Charles, in Tarentum.
Funeral services were held in St. Alphonsus' church Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Interment was at Noblestown.
July 7, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MCGEE, George
George MCGEE, aged 36 years, died at Scranton, Pa., on Friday afternoon, August 26th, 1921, at 4 o'clock. Mr. MCGEE was
born at Westfield, New York, May 14, 1885 and came to McDonald with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank MCGEE. Mr. MCGEE for
the past two years had resided at McKeesport but had secured work with parties who were drilling a test well for oil near
Scranton, Pa. and while at his work had gone up on the derrick to adjust something when he lost his balance, falling a
distance of 40 feet, causing his death. The MCGEE family are well known in McDonald, having resided at what is known as
the Turntable since coming to McDonald. The father, Mr. Frank MCGEE died just tow months ago. Mr. MCGEE was a fine young
man and his many friends were shocked at the news of his death. Besides his wife, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Frank
MCGEE and two brothers, William of Fellows, California, and Charles, of Tarentum, Pa. The remains were brought to the home
of Miss Bridget MCCAFFREY in East Lincoln avenue on Sunday morning. Funeral services were held in St. Alphonsus' church on
Tuesday morning, August 30 at 10:30 o'clock. Interment was at Noblestown. September 1, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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McGINN, James C.
James C. MCGINN, aged 70 years, died at his home in Harmerville, Pa., Wednesday night, January 4th, 1922. The remains were
brought to Noblestown where services were held in St. Patrick's church on Saturday morning at 10:00 o'clock. Interment was
in St. Patrick's cemetery. January 12, 1922 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MCGOVERN, Mary
Mrs. Mary MCGOVERN wife of Thomas MCGOVERN of the South Side died on Saturday June 2. Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. J. A. BURGOON at St. Alphonsus' church Monday morning June 4, after which the remains were taken to Noblestown for
interment. She is survived by her husband and seven children the oldest about 18 years of age.
June 9, 1806 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MCGREGOR, Constantine P.
 Constantine P. MCGREGOR, aged 56 years, six months and five days, died at his home in Imperial at 3:45 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, October 1, 1924, after a lingering illness of infected glands. Mr. MCGREGOR was born March 26, 1868, in
Glasgow, Scotland. He came to America in 1880 and settled in Youngstown. In 1891 he sent to Rutherglen, Scotland, for
his sweetheart, Miss Mary DUFFY. They were married in McKeesport, January 26, 1891. Mr. and Mrs. MCGREGOR lived for a
number of years in Barr street, McDonald. Mr. MCGREGOR was employed as superintendent of the Eureka Coal Co. He was
a member of the Knights of Columbus, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, and the Knights of St. George. Mr. MCGREGOR
was an active member of St. Columbkill's Catholic church, Imperial. He had many friends by who he was well liked. Besides
his wife he leaves one son, William P. MCGREGOR, at home. Two sisters and three brothers also survive: Mrs. Rosena
WILLIAMSON of Greensboro, Mrs. Nellie KELLY of Sturgeon, William MCGREGOR of Eldersville, John MCGREGOR of Avella, Thomas
MCGREGOR of Bridgeville. Funeral services were held at nine o'clock Saturday morning with requiem high mass in St.
Columbkill's church, Imperial, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Fr. M. W. DRELAK. Interment was in St. Patrick's
cemetery, Noblestown.
(Oct. 10, 1924 McDonald PA Record, Victoria Hospodar Valentine)


McGREGOR, Constantine
The following is reproduced from the Burgettstown Call
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Constantine MCGREGOR, aged about 25 years, died Friday, March 26, at 9 a.m. at his home at Idlewood after three
weeks illness. He had suffered a lingering malady for years, but his last illness was of three weeks duration.
He was a son of Mrs. Margaret MCGREGOR. His father, James MCGREGOR died several years ago. Besides his mother,
the following sisters and brothers survive: Lida, Mrs. Peter COYLE, Anna, Gertrude, Mercedes, Beatrice, Virginia,
Florence, Frank and Donald. Requiem high mass was held at St. Philip's Catholic Church at Crafton, and the
interment took place in St. Patrick's cemetery at Noblestown Monday.
Thomas MCGREGOR of Sturgeon and William MCGREGOR are uncles, and Mrs. John ECCLES of Atlasburg is an aunt of the
deceased. He was also the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. William WILLIAMSON of Elizabeth, Constantine MCGREGOR
of Curtisville and John MCGREGOR of Traveskyn.
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*Sturgeon column
(Source: April 2, 1915 McDonald PA Record)


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MCGREGOR, Mrs. Thomas H., aged 43 years, of Bridgeville, died Sunday evening, December 14, 1924, in the Mercy hospital,
Pittsburgh. She was a member of St. Agatha's Catholic church of Bridgeville and of Court Chartiers, Catholic Daughters of
America, of Crafton. Besides her husband, she leaves five daughters: Elizabeth, Eleanor, Rose, Anna, and Kathleen;
her parents: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas CALLAHAN of Sturgeon; three brothers and seven sisters. Funeral services were held in
St. Agatha's church, Bridgeville, Wednesday morning, at nine o'clock. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery,
Noblestown.


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MCLAUGHLIN, Mary CREELIN
Mrs. Mary CREELIN MCLAUGHLIN, 85, of Noblestown died at 11:35 a.m. Saturday, June 12, 1943, in the home of her daughters
in Steubenville, following a two-month illness. She was born November 12, 1837, in County Antrim, Ireland, and had been
a resident of Noblestown since coming to this country about 55 years ago. She had been a member of St. Patrick's church,
Noblestown for fifty years. Mrs. MCLAUGHLIN is survived by five sons: Joseph of McDonald, John of Akron, Ohio, and
Lawrence, Francis and Robert of Oakdale: three daughters: Mrs. Francis ASHMEADE and Mrs. Arthur ASHMEADE, both of
Steubenville, and Mrs. Nettie CARL of Oakdale. There are sixteen grandchildren. Her husband, Robert MCLAUGHLIN, died
eleven years ago. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning with requiem high mass in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown.
Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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McLAUGHLIN, Francis

McLAUGHLIN—On Saturday, August 3, 1946, Francis, husband of Hazel McLaughlin, brother of Virginia and Donald McLaughlin.
Friends received at Thomas Funeral Home, Oakdale, Pa. Requiem high mass at St. Patrick’s Church, Noblestown, Pa., Tuesday,
August 6 at 9 a.m. Interment St. Patrick’s Cemetery.
(Source: Obituary: Pittsburgh Press, Sun. August 4, 1948.), (RB)
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MCLAUGHLIN, Patrick Patrick MCLAUGHLIN, age 82 years, 7 months, and 14 days, died at 4:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, December 18, 1927, at his
home in Noblestown. Mr. MCLAUGHLIN was born May 14, 1845. Besides his wife, Mary WACKER MCLAUGHLIN, he leaves five sons:
Stewart, John, Robert, Alexander, and William; tow daughters: Mrs. Emma LOWELL and Mrs. Cyrus SHAVER, both of Huntington,
W. Va., and two stepdaughters: Mrs. John KESSLER of Noblestown and Mrs. Albert STEVENS of New Castle, and a stepson,
P. H. WACKER of Sturgeon. There are twenty-six grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at
9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown. High mass was sung by the pastor, the Rev. Fr. D. J.
COX. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
December 23, 1927 / McDonald PA Record
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McLAUGHLIN, Robert
ROBERT McLAUGHLIN – Robert McLaughlin, aged 80 years, passed away at 7:30 o’clock n Tuesday evening, March 15, 1932 at his
late home on West State Street, Oakdale, after a lingering illness of more than a year. Mr. McLaughlin was born in Belfast,
Ireland on May 9, 1852 and he was united in marriage with Miss Mary Creelin. He has been blind for a number of years but
until the past year he was able to go around town, Besides his wife, he leaves the following sons and daughters: Mrs.
Frances Ashmead and Mrs. Henry Carl, Jr. Oakdale; Mrs. Arthur Ashmead, Jericho, Texas; Joseph McLaughlin, McDonald;
Lawrence and Francis McLaughlin, Oakdale; James McLaughlin, Akron, Ohio; Robert McLaughlin, Sturgeon; one brother, Hugh
McLaughlin of East End, Pittsburgh and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday morning at 10 o’clock in St.
Patrick’s Church, Noblestown in charge of Rev. Fr. Keane. Interment was at St. Patrick’s cemetery., (RB)
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McLAUGHLIN, William J(ohn)
McLAUGHLIN – On Monday, March 30, 1931, at 11:50, William J(ohn), aged 86 years at the home of his daughter, Mrs, Mary J.
Parker, 5232 Westminster Pl., Shadyside. Survived by sons, two daughters, 30 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.
Funeral services Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock. High Mass of requiem at St. Patrick’s Church, Noblestown, Pa. Friends
invited.
(Source: Obituary: Pittsburgh Press, Tuesday, March 31, 1931.), (RB)
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MEUTZ, Frances OPEKA
Mrs. Frances OPEKA MEUTZ, 72, of R. D. 1, Oakdale, died Saturday, May 14, 1960 in the Mercy hospital. She had been an
invalid a number of years. A daughter of the late John and Johanna BRANCELJ OPEKA, she was born January 8, 1888, in
Slovenia, Yugoslavia. She came to the United States as a young woman. Her husband, John MEUTZ, died in December 1928.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Frances MEUTZ, at home, and Mrs. Mary TACOLLA of Gary, Ind.; two sons, Frank MEUTZ
and Anthony MEUTZ, both of Oakdale; and a brother, John OPEKA of Oakdale. There are three grandchildren. Funeral services
were held Tuesday morning in St. Patrick's R. C. church, Noblestown, in charge of the Rev. Fr. Joseph DRUMM. Burial was in
the church cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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MEYERS Dorothy E.
MEYERS DOROTHY E. 86, of Sturgeon, died unexpectedly, Friday, May 29, 2009. Beloved wife of the late John MEYERS; mother of
John (Laura) MEYERS, Jim (Sue) MEYERS, Tom (Sandy) MEYERS and Dave (Sandy) MEYERS; sister of Elsie LEININGER, Helen SMITH,
Bob KRESS and the late Lawrence KRESS; grandmother of Judi, Jodi, Jill, Jackie, Jimmy Jr., Shannon, Amanda, Matt, Tommy Jr.,
Jordan and Justin; great grandmother of Nicole, Cody, Jordan, Shauna, Josh, Austin, Smantha and Carson. Friends received
from 1-4 and 7-9 pm Sunday and from 2-4 and from 7-9 pm Monday at NATION FUNERAL HOME, INC., 220 E. Lincoln Ave., McDonald.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10am, Tuesday, June 2, 2009 in St. Patrick R.C. Church, Noblestown. Memorial
contributions are suggested to St. Patrick Church Memorial Fund. Send condolences at post-gazette.com/gb.
June 1, 2009 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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MILLER, Antonio
Antonio MILLER died suddenly while at work in the Champion mine of the Pittsburgh Coal company on Monday. Heart trouble
was the cause of his death. He was 66 years of age and his home was in Sturgeon. Funeral services were held in St.
Patrick's church, Noblestown, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment was at Noblestown.
March 9, 1922 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MILLER, Louise
Mrs. Louise MILLER, wife of John MILLER, died Saturday morning at the West Penn Hospital, Pittsburg,
where she had been taken just a week before. Her husband and boys tenderly conveyed her to the station on
a couch at the time. She was 44 years of age and had been a resident of McDonald for many years. Mrs.
MILLER's maiden name was SAPPIE and she was twice married, her first husband being dead. Besides the
husband fourteen children survive. Funeral services in charge of the Rev. J. A. BURGOON were held in St.
Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church on Monday morning. Interment was made at Noblestown.
(Source: June 24, 1910 McDonald PA Record)
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MILLER, Mary
Mrs. Mary MILLER, nee SCHACKE, died in her home at Sturgeon, Pa., Wednesday, March 30, 1921, at noon. Mrs. MILLER was born
at Walkers Mill and has lived in this vicinity all her life, for a time residing at Carrick, Noblestown, Oakdale and
Sturgeon. Mrs. MILLER was 63 years and 10 days old the day of her death. For a number of years past she has been a great
sufferer, having undergone seven operations. She was a member of St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, also a member of the
McAbees. She is survived by her husband, Anthony MILLER and eight children as follows: W. J. MILLER, J. D. MILLER and
Mrs. Albine NIX, all of Sturgeon; Mrs. E. T. MCKISSICK and Mrs. G. W. WACKER, of Oakdale; H. J. MILLER, of Sawtelle, Cal.;
Mrs. E. T. ERICKSON, of Indianapolis, Ind., and C. W. MILLER, at home; also one brother, L. SCHACKE, two sisters, Mrs.
Andrew NIX, of Altwater, Ohio, and Mrs. Emma SCHNUTH, of Castle Shannon Pa. Funeral services were held Monday morning in
St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, conducted by the Rev. Father Cox. The body was laid to rest by three of her sons, two
sons-in-law and a brother-in-law. Mrs. MILLER was of a quiet retiring nature but in health was always ready and willing to
render a service when needed. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community in their hour of sorrow.
April 7, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MOORE, John
On Wednesday evening the community was shocked to learn of the death of Mr. John MOORE, who passed away at his home on East
State street, Oakdale, Wednesday, November 19, 1919 at 5:30 o'clock. About two weeks ago he suffered with an abscess in his
head and later it developed into typhoid fever which caused his death. He was a son of Patrick MOORE and the late Anne
MOORE. Four months previous to his death Mr. MOORE laid away his mother. Mr. MOORE was quiet in his manner, and a loving
and kind son and brother, always thinking of others first and forgetting himself. For many years he lived on the farm east
of Oakdale, with his parents; later the family moved to Oakdale and from then on he followed the teaming business, in which
he has made a wonderful success and a large circle of friends, who will greatly miss him. Mr. MOORE was a member of the
Roman Catholic church of Noblestown and a member of the Holy Name Society. He leaves his father, Patrick MOORE, and three
sisters, Miss Mayme and Miss Agnes at home and Mrs. Charles SIORS, of Pittsburgh. The funeral services were held on
Saturday morning at ten o'clock in the St. Patrick's church and interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery.
November 27, 1919 / McDonald PA Outlook



MULDOON, John C.

John C. MULDOON died at the home of William W. ELLIS, East Carnegie on Monday morning at 8:10 o'clock, aged 56 years,
2 months, and 9 days. Mr. MULDOON was well known to McDonald people having lived here for a number of years being
employed in the oil fields here. Recently he had been in the employ of the Pittsburgh Coal Company at Montour Mine
No. 1. About two weeks ago he moved to Carnegie making his headquarters. Funeral was held on Thursday at 8:30 a.m.
High mass at St. Luke's Catholic Church, Carnegie at 9 a.m. Interment was in the St. Patrick's cemetery at
Noblestown, Pa. July 15, 1916 / McDonald PA Outlook
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MULLIGAN, James
James MULLIGAN, aged 53 years, died Tuesday evening, September 1 in the Mercy hospital. He leaves
two sisters, Mrs. J. B. LAWLER and Mrs. Catherine MONAHAN of Homewood and five brothers, William and
Martin of Detroit, John of Bulger and Thomas and Patrick of McDonald. Funeral service was held in St. Alphonsus'
church Saturday morning and interment was made in the Noblestown cemetery.
(Source: September 9, 1920 McDonald PA Outlook)


MULTUMUS, Richard, d: January 23, 1922

Richard, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. MULTUMUS, well-known residents of Champion, died of pneumonia in
the Allegheny General hospital on Monday, January 23, 1922. Funeral services were held in St. Patrick's
church, Noblestown, Wednesday morning. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: McDonald Record)
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NAPOLITANO, Tony
Tony NAPOLITANO, an Italian, 31 years old, was instantly killed by a fall of slate in the Verner Mine near Bulger
last Saturday morning. His wife and four children survive. Funeral services were held in St. Patrick's Church,
Noblestown, on Monday morning by the Rev. Father COX. Interment was made in the cemetery nearby.
(source: Mar. 25, 1910 McDonald PA Record)
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OSSOWICZ, Stanley

 Stanley OSSOWICZ, died at 5:15 a.m. Sunday, August 15, 1937, in his home in East Lincoln avenue, McDonald, of pulmonary
embolism. A son of Henry and Katherine (CRENETSKI) OSSOWICZ, he was born in Poland. He served as a Cossack in the Russian
army. He and Amelia LEWANDOWSKI were married in Poland and came to McDonald in 1912. He had been a railroad watchman in
McDonald for a number of years. Besides his wife he leaves one son, Charles OSSOWICZ. There is one grandchild. Funeral
services were held Wednesday, the Rev. Fr. C. M. KEANE, pastor of the St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, officiating. Burial
was in St. Patrick's cemetery. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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PINYASKA, Frank
Frank PINYASKA, aged 40 years, was killed by a dynamite explosion at Hanlin station. Services were held in St. Patrick's
Church, Tuesday morning. Interment in Noblestown cemetery. August 22, 1913/McDonald PA Record
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PIVOVAR, John
John PIVOVAR, 69, died Saturday, September 9, 1950 in his home in North street. He had been in poor health for five years.
Mr. PIVOVAR was born December 18, 1880 in Poland and had been a resident of McDonald since coming to the United Stats in
1906. He was an employee of the Pittsburgh Coal Co. until his retirement in 1945. Mr. PIVOVAR was a member of St. Alphonsus
Catholic church of McDonald, the SNPJ lodge of Midway and ZNP lodge of Oakdale. He leaves his wife, Blanche CWIKLIK PIVOVAR;
two daughters, Mrs. Mary GRABOWSKI of Nanticoke and Mrs. Stella HOSPODAR of McDonald, and three sons, Stanley of McDonald,
Frank of Warren, Ohio, and Joseph of Oakdale. Seven grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning
in St. Alphonsus church in charge of Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
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(Compiler's note: This was my maternal grandfather. He was born Jan PIWOWAR in Biesna, Poland. As of this date, my
mother, the Stella HOSPODAR listed
above is the sole remaining member of the family.)
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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POLLOCK, John
John POLLOCK, aged 7 years, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph POLLOCK in Noblestown, Thursday evening.
Funeral services were held Saturday. Interment was in the Noblestown cemetery. March 30, 1922 / McDonald PA Outlook
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PORTMAN, Nicholas
Nicholas PORTMAN aged seventy eight died suddenly at his home Monday at one o'clock. Mr. PORTMAN had been sick for a short
time. He is survived by his wife eight daughters and one son. He was buried from the St. Patrick church of Noblestown at
ten o'clock Thursday and interments were made in the St. Patrick cemetery. Jan. 11, 1913 McDonald PA Outlook
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PREVADE, Mary Arlene, August 17, 1933-July 14, 1941

 Mary Arlene PREVADE, seven-year-old daughter of Peter and Eva Virginia FOUNTAIN PREVADE, died at 8:30 a.m. Monday,
July 14, 1941, in her home in Mevey street, Sturgeon, following an illness of several months. She was born August 17,
1933, in Sturgeon. Besides her parents, she is survived by one sister, Patricia Ann, and four brothers: Donald William,
John Peter, Pal Raymond, and Alexander Michael, all at home. Funeral services were held this Thursday morning with requiem
mass in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, in charge of the Rev. Fr. C. M. KEANE. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: McDonald Record)
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PUSATERI, Annetta MACALUSO
Mrs. Annetta MACALUSO PUSATERI age 43 years, one month and twenty-one days, died at her home in North McDonald street at
3:40 o'clock Friday afternoon March 7, 1924, after a lingering illness due to stomach trouble. Mrs. PUSATERI was born
January 15, 1881, in Termini, in the island of Sicily, Italy. She came to the United States with her parents when twelve
years old and the family settled in the Northside, Pittsburgh. She was united in marriage with Michael PUSATERI in the
Northside, Pittsburgh, January 15, 1894. Mrs. PUSATERI was a kind and loving mother. Her pleasant disposition won for
her many friends who mourn her loss. Besides her husband she is survived by three sons and two daughters, Samuel, Sadie,
August, Mary and Walter. She is also survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August MACALUSO of Akron, Ohio, and two
brothers and two sisters, Peter MACALUSO of Akron, Ohio, Frank MACALUSO of Niagara Falls, N. Y., Mrs. Francis SAMPSON of
South Bend, Ind., and Mrs. Mary TANTILLO, of Quincy, Mass. One grandson also survives. Funeral services were held from
her late home at ten o'clock Monday morning with requiem high mass in St. Alphonsus' church, sung by the Rev. Fr. MCCRORY,
assistant pastor of St. Luke's church, Carnegie. Interment was in the St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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QUINN, Neil
Neil QUINN, aged twenty-one, of Cherry Valley, died Sunday, Feb. 11. Buried at Noblestown Tuesday. Funeral services at
Noblestown, Rev. J. A. BURGOON officiating. Survived by his mother and two sisters.
February 17, 1906 / McDonald PA Outlook
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RACHET, Lizzie
The Noblestown community was greatly shocked on Friday evening as the news circulated that Mrs. Lizzie RACHET, aged 68
years, living on the South Side of town had been murdered. Upon investigation it was discovered that robbery had probably
been the motive of her assailants and conditions indicated that the crime had been committed probably 24 hours before the
discovery was made. The officers were notified and an investigation was begun under direction of detective MCMILLAN. After
running down several clues the detectives arrested Michael BISTARKEY, a grandson of Mrs. RACHET's who after being closely
questioned by the officers, broke down and confessed that he and George MILLER, who had formerly occupied a part of Mrs.
RACHET's house had committed the deed on Thursday evening. About a week previous to the crime Mr. MILLER had moved from the
RACHET home to Sherrill, Ohio. The BISTARKEY boy testified that they left Sherrill in an automobile owned by MILLER's
father, coming to Noblestown Thursday evening and going to the RACHET home early in the evening he waited outside while
MILLER entered the home assaulted and bound the old lady and took what money could be found, probably about $800. They
then left and later in the night BISTARKEY being anxious about his grandmother's condition, they are supposed to have
returned to the RACHET home where they discovered that Mrs. RACHET was dead. After which they returned that same night
apparently to Sherrill, Ohio. From there BISTARKEY was summoned home by his family and the discovery of the death of Mrs.
RACHET and subsequently arrested. Both of the young men implicated in the crime had been employed in Noblestown for a
number of years and it came as quite a shock to the community that they should be associated with such a crime. They are
now in jail awaiting further developments. Mr. RACHET, the husband, was employed away from home, only returning occasionally,
thus making it easy for the crime to be committed. The body of Mrs. RACHET was buried in the St. Patrick's cemetery at
Noblestown on Monday morning. January 27, 1921 / McDonald PA Outlook
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RAMSEY, George
George RAMSEY, aged 81 years, died Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at his home in Oakdale. He was a native of England and
came to this country 42 years ago. He worked in the mines practically all his life, retiring only five years ago. Mr.
RAMSEY's wife is still living, and in addition he is survived by two sons, Michael RAMSEY and John RAMSEY, and one daughter,
Miss Mary RAMSEY, all at home. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic
Church. Interment will be in the Noblestown cemetery. July 22, 1916 / McDonald PA Outlook
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RAY, August

August RAY, 77 years, 7 months, 10 days old, died at 9:25 p.m. Saturday, June 20, 1936, in his home in Bulger after an
illness of several months. Mr. RAY was a native of France. He had resided in Bulger almost 40 years, coming here from
McDonald, where he had resided in the old stone house on the James H. ROBB farm out Valley street. Mr. RAY was a coal
miner by occupation. But for the past several years had worked for the county as road foreman. He was a well respected
citizen. He was twice married. His first wife and the mother of his children died in 1920. His second wife, Selena
survives, also one daughter, Mary, the wife of James SUTHERLAND of Triadelphia, W. Va., and three sons: Adrian of
Donora, George of Bulger, and August Jr., at home. A brother lives in Donora. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon
in St. Ann's church, Bulger. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery. Requiem high mass was sung Wednesday morning in St.'s
church. The funeral Tuesday was one of the largest in this locality, attesting to the sterling character of a man whose
disposition it was to be friendly with all with whom he came in contact.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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RAY, Mary
Mrs. Mary RAY, aged 59 years, wife of August RAY, of Bulger, one of the well-known French women of this section, died at
her home Tuesday morning after a lingering illness due to dropsy. Besides the husband, one son and one daughter survive.
The interment was in the Noblestown cemetery Thursday afternoon but requiem high mass was not observed until Friday morning
at 9 o'clock in the St. Alphonsus' church because relatives were unable to arrive before that time.
(Source: July 24, 1915 McDonald PA Outlook)
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REMARK, Benjamin P.

 Benjamin P. REMARK, 56, died suddenly of a heart attack at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, May 13, 1944, in his home in
State street, Oakdale. A son of the late Peter and Elizabeth LUSSY REMARK, he was born March 31, 1888, in Oakdale
where he spent his entire life. He and Alberta CHAZEL of McDonald were married in 1920 in St. Alphonsus church,
McDonald. Mr. REMARK was a machinist for the Pittsburgh Machine & Supply Co. Besides his wife he is survived by
three daughters: Rita June, Mary Lou, and Jaqueline REMARK, all at home; three sisters: Miss Maude REMARK of
Oakdale, Miss Stella REMARK of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. E. W. THOMPSON of East Liberty. Funeral services were
held Tuesday morning with requiem high mass in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, intoned by the Rev. Fr. John P.
O'REILLY. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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RICHARDS, Mary

Mary, the six-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas RICHARDS of Jumbo, died at her parents' home on Sunday last.
Requiem mass was said at St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, on Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock by Rev. J. A. BURGOON. The
interment took place in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, Aug. 18, 1905 McDonald PA Record)
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RODGERS, Ellen DOUGHERTY

Mrs. Ellen DOUGHERTY RODGERS, 72, died at 8:45 p.m. Monday, December 28, 1942, in her home in Laurel hill, McDonald, of
complications following a 16-week illness. She was born March 20, 1870, in Noblestown, a daughter of the late George
and Margaret DOUGHERTY. Her marriage to the late Charles Rodgers took place in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, the Rev.
Fr. GALLAGHER officiating. Eleven children were born to Mr. and Mrs. RODGERS, of whom eight survive; Charles RODGERS of
Cecil, Mrs. Catherine JOHNSON of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Regina CHERRY of Bridgeville, Mrs. Marie STATLER, Mrs. Irene SPINNENWEBER,
and Mrs. Margaret BONDY, all three of McDonald, and George and Helen RODGERS at home. Three children died in infancy.
There are 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mrs. RODGERS was a member of the Ladies auxiliary to
Barclay-Robinson-Phillips Post No. 567, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning with
requiem high mass at nine o'clock in St. Alphonsus church by the Rev. Fr. Joseph A. BURGOON.
Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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ROGALLA, Pauline
Pauline ROGALLA, the four-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney ROGALLA of Bulger, died Wednesday morning at
5 o'clock. Deputy coroner HUMPHRIES was called and pronounced the death due to anemia. The funeral services were held
Thursday morning at St. Patrick's Church, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, July 30, 1909, McDonald PA Record)
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SALLES, Firmen James Sr.
Firmen James SALLES, Sr., aged 74, died after a lingering illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leonica BLANK, in
Sturgeon, on Monday morning, December 8, 1924. Mr. SALLES was born in France and came to the United States more than 35
years ago. He followed the occupation of a coal miner until a short time ago. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Stella MCHORTER of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Leonica BLANK of Sturgeon, and one son, F. J. SALLES, Jr., of Sturgeon.
Funeral services were held Thursday morning at nine o'clock in St. Patrick's Catholic church, Noblestown. Interment was
in the Noblestown cemetery. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, December 12, 1924, McDonald PA Record)
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SCHOLLAERT, Mary GILLESPIE
Mrs. Mary GILLESPIE SCHOLLAERT, 26, wife of Joseph SCHOLLAERT, died at 10:15 a.m. Friday, July 8, 1932, after a lingering
illness. The SCHOLLAERTs live in Beaver Falls until Mrs. SCHOLLAERT was taken sick. Mrs. SCHOLLAERT, a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert J. GILLESPIE, was born in McDonald, and had spent her live until her marriage in McDonald and Sturgeon.
She was united in marriage with Mr. SCHOLLAERT January 22, 1929, in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, the ceremony being
performed by the Rev. F. D. J. COX. She is survived by her husband and son Robert, also her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert J.
GILLESPIE of Sturgeon, and the following sisters and brothers; Miss Mabel at home, Ruth the wife of Ray WHALEN of
Wilkinsburg, Rose the wife of Robert TRESNAN, at home, Miss Helen and Miss Martha at home, Walter GILLESPIE of Erie,
Vincent, Cyrus, Oren, and Samuel, at home. Funeral services were held Monday morning in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown,
with requiem high mass sung by the pastor, the Rev. Fr. C. M. KEAN. Burial was in the St. Patrick's cemetery.
July 15, 1932 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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SCHUSTER, Catherine
Mrs. Catherine SCHUSTER, aged 63 years, died Sunday, December 8, 1929, at 6 p.m., at her home in Midway. She is a widow
and is survived by four sons and two daughters, all of whom reside in Midway, wit the exception of a son, George, who is
in the Navy, now being located in North Carolina waters. The funeral services were held Wednesday morning in St. Alphonsus
church. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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SIMCO, Michael
Michael SIMCO, aged one year, died Sunday night, December 7, 1924, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael SIMCO,
at Shaw mine. Funeral services were held in St. Alphonsus' church, McDonald, Tuesday afternoon. Interment was in St.
Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, December 12, 1924, McDonald PA Record)
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SKODA, Joseph A.
Joseph A. SKODA, 48, died suddenly at 3:20 a.m. Wednesday, September 12, 1950, in his home in Magnolia street, McDonald.
He was born April 17, 1902, in Hostetter, and had resided in McDonald the pas 22 years. He was formerly employed by the
Champion Stores and was manager of the McDonald store for eight years and was manager of a grocery store in Mt. Lebanon at
the time of his death. He was a member of St. Alphonsus church. Surviving are his wife, Mary SKODA; a son Robert, and a
daughter Marie both at home, and a brother, Andrew SKODA, of Cleveland, Ohio. Friends are being received at the Pettit
Funeral Home. Requiem high mass will be sung at 9:00 a.m. Saturday in St. Alphonsus church by Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Burial
will be in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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SLIFENSKY, Ignace
While pulling ribs in the Champion mine of the Pittsburgh Coal company Tuesday Ignace SLIFENSKI,
aged about 19 years was caught by a fall of slate and instantly killed. The accident happened about 1 o'clock
and it was several hours before the body was recovered. The boy lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bartholomew SLIFENSKI, who survive. The funeral services were held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock in St.
Alphonsus' Roman Catholic church. Interment in the Noblestown cemetery.
(Source: Sept. 17, 1915 McDonald PA Record)
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SLOVICK, Catherine Fernaza
Mrs. Catherine FERNAZA SLOVICK, 63, died suddenly of a heart attack at 1:00 a.m. Wednesday, February 2, 1944, in her
home in Sturgeon. She was born October 28, 1871, in Czechoslovakia and came to the United States about 50 years ago,
first locating in Presto. She had been a resident of Sturgeon about 25 years. Surviving are her husband, John SLOVICK;
four daughters; Miss Jennie SLOVICK at home, Margaret, the wife of Joseph KRAFTICIAN of Carnegie; Miss Ann SLOVICK of
McDonald, and Alice, the wife of Lucien VOYE of Sturgeon; three sons: Cpl. Anthony, SLOVICK, stationed with the army
overseas, Frank SLOVICK of Noblestown, and John SLOVICK of Byersdale. There are five grandchildren. Funeral services
will be held Saturday morning with requiem high mass at 9:00 o'clock in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, intoned by the
Rev. Fr. John P. O'REILLY. Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery. February 4, 1944 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook


SMITSKY, Mary

Frightful burns received when she fell into a tub of scalding hot water resulted in the death of Mary SMITSKY,
aged two and one-half years, daughter of Joseph SMITSKY, a farmer residing near Oakdale, last Friday morning at
9 o'clock. Preparing to scrub in the kitchen of the SMITSKY home, the mother had placed a tub of hot waster on
the floor, the little girl stumbled and fell backward, her entire body with the exception of her head being plunged
into the boiling liquid. The accident occurred on Wednesday of last week, but no hopes were entertained for her
recovery at any time because of the frightful nature of the burns.
The parents, three brothers and two sisters survive. The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment in St. Patrick's cemetery at Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, April 30, 1915 McDonald PA Record
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SNATCHKO, Martin
Martin SNATCHKO, 27, of Spring street, Oakdale, died at 5:45 p.m. Monday, April 5, 1943, in the Mercy hospital of
Hemorrhages. A son of the late Martin and Mary BEGLEY SNATCHKO, he was born August 26, 1915, in Oakdale, where he spent
practically his entire life. He was employed at the Columbia Steel Corp., Carnegie, and was a member of the Oakdale
Fire department. He is survived by his wife, Kathryn CRAWFORD SNATCKO; a daughter, Mary Frances, 3; a son, David Anthony,
2; three brothers: John SNATCHKO of Hickman, Pvt. Arthur SNATCHKO, stationed with the U. S. army at Camp Livingston, La.,
and Pvt. Edward SNATCHKO, stationed with the U. S. army at Miami Beach, Fla.; and a sister Marie, the wife of Charles
ALLMAN of Oakdale. Funeral services will be held this Saturday morning with requiem high mass at 10:00 o'clock in St.
Patrick's church, Noblestown, in charge of the Rev. Father RILEY. Burial will be in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, April 9, 1943/McDonald PA Record)
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SNEESJACK, Mrs.
Mrs. SNEESJACK died suddenly of the flu, at her home on State Street. She leaves her husband and five small children.
Interment was in the Catholic cemetery.
*Noblestown column / February 1, 1919 / McDonald PA Outlook
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SPOGITIS, George

George SPOGITIS, aged 41 years was killed in Brier Hill mine, August 14, by a fall of slate. He is survived by a wife and
five children. Funeral services were held at St. Alphonsus' Church on Saturday morning. Interment at Noblestown cemetery.
August 22, 1913/McDonald PA Record
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STITCH, Barbara

Mrs. Barbara STITCH, 66, widow of the late Paul STITCH, died Thursday morning, September 9, 1937, in her home in Primrose
after a lingering illness. She was born December 25, 1870, in Austria and came to the United States 47 years ago, first
locating in McKeesport. She had been a resident of Primrose for 28 years. She was a member of St. Alphonsus' church,
McDonald. She leaves one son: John STITCH of Primrose and two daughters: Mrs. Anna KANDERA of Venice and Miss Mary at
home. There are four grandchildren. Her husband died over ten years ago. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in
St. Alphonsus' church, the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON officiating. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: McDonald PA Record)
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SUPINSKI, Stanley J. Jr.
Stanley J. SUPINSKI, Jr., 33, formerly of McDonald, died at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 6, 1954, in the Wheeling
hospital. Death was due to a cerebral hemorrhage. He was born August 16, 1920, in McDonald, a son of Stanley J. and
Frances KORZINSKI SUPINSKI. He attended the McDonald schools and graduated from McDonald high school in 1938. He has
been a resident of Wheeling for the past 11 years. He was employed as a draftsman by the Continental Foundry.
Mr. SUPINSKIE was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Wheeling Aerie. Surviving are his wife, Ethel
NOVIK SUPINSKI; a daughter, Patricia; his parents, of McDonald, and the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. Helen
CREWS, Nathalie, Va.; Mrs. Blanche MCCULLOUGH, Clinton; Mrs. Rose MAHALCHAK, McDonald; Edward SUPINSKI, R. D. 1,
McDonald, and Miss Joan SUPINSKI, McDonald. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in Rogers' funeral home in
charge of the Rev. Fr. Michael CONROY, pastor of St. Alphonsus' church. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: January 14, 1954 McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
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SURBA, Mary

Mrs. Mary SURBA, 57, of Union avenue, Oakdale, died at 1:05 p.m. Saturday, November 14, 1959, in the Mercy hospital,
Pittsburgh. She was born March 26, 1902, in Poland and came to the United States when a child. She moved to Oakdale
from Slovan, where she and her husband, the late Stephen SURBA, operated a mercantile business. She was a member of St.
Patrick's R C. church, Noblestown. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Eugene DOMMER of Cleveland, Ohio; two sons, Stephen and
Leon SURBA, both of Oakdale: two sisters, and three brothers. There is one grandchild. Funeral services were held
Wednesday morning in St. Patrick's R. C. church, Noblestown. Burial was in the church cemetery.
(Source: McDonald Record)
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SURBA, STEPHEN, JR.

93, of Oakdale, died Thursday, January 12, 2012. He was born September 20, 1918, in Slovan, PA, a son of the late Stephen
and Mary Surba. Mr. Surba was a funeral director in Cleveland, Ohio. He was a member of St. Patrick R.C. Church and was a
US Army WWII veteran. Surviving are his nieces, Beverly, Lilly and Jaylee Fieman; friends, Andria and Bernie Roscou; and
caregivers, Jennifer Lakes and Wendy Pape. He was preceded in death by his brother, Whayette Fieman. At the request of the
deceased, there will be no visitation. A Graveside Service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 28, 2012 at St.
Patrick Cemetery, Noblestown Road, Oakdale. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Hancock County Humane
Society. (Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Jan. 14, 2012), (MB)
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SWEENEY, Edward
Edward SWEENEY, 71 years old, was found dead on Thursday evening, January 23, near his residence at Laurel Hill. He had
succumbed to death while returning home. His wife, one daughter, Annie, two sons, Patrick, the well-known base ball
pitcher of Braddock, and Charles at home survive him. The funeral services were held Saturday morning in St. Patrick's
Church, Noblestown. Interment was made in the church yard. January 31, 1908 / McDonald PA Record
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TENNYSON, Henry
Henry TENNYSON died in his home at Langeloth on Sunday, April 11, 1920. He was aged 66 years. Mr. TENNYSON with
his wife and four children came to this country from Holland, in 1879, locating at Noblestown, where he
entered the employ of the National Coal company. After some years he and his sons engaged in farming, living on
the GLASS farm for many years. He moved to Langeloth five years ago. His wife died in 1916. Mr. and Mrs.
TENNYSON reared twelve children, seven sons and five daughters, all of whom are living and settled in homes of
their own. Eleven of them were at the bedside of their father when he was taken, one son, Frank, of California,
not being able to get here. Mr. TENNYSON was buried from the home of his oldest daughter, Mrs. William BENDER,
of Noblestown where many of his friends came to testify to their respect and esteem. Requiem High Mass was
held on Friday morning, and interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery. (Source: Apr. 22, 1920 McDonald PA Outlook)
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TERME, Louis
Louis TERME died Tuesday morning at his home in Lincoln avenue after a week’s illness of pneumonia. The deceased
was 62 years of age, and was a carpenter by trade. He was unmarried. For many years he had made his home with the
Misses CAFFERY on Lincoln avenue. The funeral services were held Thursday morning, at 10 o’clock, in the St. Alphonsus
Church, in charge of the Rev. Father J. A. BURGOON. The interment was made at Noblestown.
(Source: September 16, 1910 McDonald PA Record)
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TITTELBAUGH, John
John TITTELBAUGH, 75 years old, died at his home at Sturgeon on Monday, June 3. The deceased had been a resident of
Sturgeon the past eight years, coming from Pittsburg, where he had been a mill-worker. A wife and nine grown children
survive him. The funeral took place Wednesday morning with High Mass of Requiem in St. Patrick's Church, Noblestown.
Interment was made in the cemetery there. (Source: June 7, 1907 McDonald PA Record)
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VINCENTI, Catherine M. VICARI

Mrs. Catherine M. VINCENTI, 79, died at 1:40 p.m. Tuesday, August 12, 1947, in her home in Primrose following a lingering
illness. A daughter of Martin and Joanne VICARI, she was born March 15, 1878, in Austria. She came to the United States
40 years ago and has resided in Primrose ever since. Her husband, Dominick VINCENTI, died May 8, 1937. Surviving are the
following children: Joseph, Arthur, and Louis, all of Primrose, and Raymond and Joanne at home; three sisters: Mrs.
Constance SELOA of Detroit, Mich., Mari SPAGNOLI, Argentina, and Theresa SPAGNOLI, Italy, and two brothers: Peter VICARI,
Linz, Germany, and Cruzio VICARI, Italy. There are three grandchildren Funeral services will be held at 9:00 o'clock
Saturday morning in St. Alphonsus church in charge of the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Burial will be in St. Patrick's
cemetery, Noblestown. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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VOYE, Joseph
Joseph VOYE, 67 years old, died Sunday morning, August 3, at his home in East Lincoln avenue. He located here eighteen
years ago and conducted the East End Hotel for a number of years. Mr. VOYE was born September 14, 1846, in La Grand Combe,
France. In 1866 he came to this country, locating in Hays Borough, Allegheny County. In 1867 he was united in marriage
with Miss Marie C. REBOULT and soon afterward moved to Carnegie. From Carnegie he came to this place and had since resided
here. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph VOYE. The father never came to America, but the mother died at the home of her
son here several years ago. The wife survives with the following children: Joseph VOYE, Jr., proprietor of Hotel Voye at
Sturgeon; Mrs. August Valentour and Mrs. R. E. THOMAS of McDonald; Louis Voye, proprietor of the McDonald Hotel; Mrs.
Thomas REYNOLDS of Crafton, Alphonse and Marcelan W. VOYE of this place and Remmy and Miss Emma, both at home. The funeral
services were held Tuesday morning in St. Alphonsus' Church. Interment in the Noblestown cemetery.
August 8, 1913/McDonald PA Record
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WALKER, Mary BROWN

Mrs. Mary BROWN WALKER, aged 69 years, wife of Thomas WALKER, died Friday morning, December 21, 1928, at nine o'clock,
after an illness of pneumonia in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Agnes RIDER of McKees Rocks. Mrs. WALKER was well known
in McDonald, having resided at Laurel hill for a number of years. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Agnes RIDER of McKees Rocks, and Mrs. James MCCAFFREY of Laurel hill, and five sons, Sandy and John of McKees Rocks,
William and James of McDonald, and Thomas, of Cecil. A son, Paul, died a year ago Christmas day. Funeral services were
held Monday morning at ten o'clock in St. Alphonsus' church with requiem high mass by the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON.
Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, Dec. 27, 1928 McDonald PA Outlook)
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WALKER, Paul Brown
 Paul Brown WALKER, 18, of Noblestown, died at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, March 10, 1938, in the Mercy hospital of lobar
pneumonia. He had been ill since March 4. A son of John and Elizabeth SHIELDS WALKER, he was born January 5, 1920,
in Laurel hill, McDonald. The family resided in Laurel hill until 9 months ago when they moved to Noblestown. Paul was
a senior at the North Fayette high school and was active in all the sports and school activities. Besides his parents,
he is survived by five sisters and four brothers, Miss LaVerne of Pittsburgh and Patricia, Phyllis, Janet, Loretta,
William, James, Jackie and Thomas all at home. Funeral services were held Monday morning in St. Patrick's church,
Noblestown; conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Fr. Charles M. KEANE. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
(Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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WALKER, Paul F.
Paul F. WALKER, age 31, a fireman on the Pennsylvania railroad, whose home is in Dennison, Ohio, was injured Saturday night,
December 24, 1927, while walking from McDonald to the home of his father-in-law, Thomas HOLAREN, a quarter of a mile south
of town, on the WADE farm. It is thought that he had been hit by a car while walking. WALKER, who had ended his run for
the night, had left a train about nine o'clock and had then gone to McDonald for a while and had started to walk to the
home of his father-in-law, where were his wife and three small children. What happened is unknown, but J. R. CROW and S.
H. HERRIOTT found him lying in the road and started to stop their care to pick him up, when another car, driven by Quentin
MCALLISTER of Canonsburg, and having as a passenger William J. MCCOY, also of Canonsburg, came along and also saw the
prostrate man. They tried to stop but the sudden application of their brakes caused the car to turn around. When they
stopped they found the body of WALKER lying under the car. Other drivers also saw the body run over by MCALLISTER, to
whom they attached no blame. WALKER was picked up and rushed to the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh, where he died Sunday
morning at ten o'clock. Besides his wife, he leaves three small children: Thomas, Murn, and Judith Ann. He also leaves
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas WALKER of Laurel hill, and five brothers and sisters, as follows: Alexander of McKees
Rocks, Thomas of Cecil, James and William of McDonald, John of McKees Rocks, Mrs. James MCCAFFREY of McDonald and Mrs.
Agnes RIDER of McKees Rocks. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning in St. Alphonsus' church. Burial was in St.
Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown. He was accorded a military funeral by Ernest Phillips Post of the American Legion of
McDonald. December 30, 1927/McDonald PA Record
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WARNER, Anna B.
 Mrs. Anna B. WARNER, 78, wife of Anthony WARNER, died at 1:15 a.m. EST Tuesday, July 26, 1938 in her home, 337 Liberty
street, McDonald. She was born July 26, 1860, in Lithuania. She had been a resident of Primrose before moving to McDonald.
Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters: Mrs. W. J. HESS of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. SIMEK of Midway. There are
several grandchildren. Funeral services were held this morning in St. Alphonsus' church, McDonald, the Rev. Fr. Joseph A.
BURGOON officiating. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown. (Source: McDonald Record)
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WIECZOREK, Frank
Frank, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall WIECZOREK, aged one year, died Saturday morning, April 23, 1927, at the
family home on the G. N. GLASS farm, formerly known as the STILLEY farm, southeast of Primrose. Funeral services were held
Tuesday morning in St. Alphonsus' church, McDonald. Interment was in St. Patrick's cemetery, Noblestown.
April 29, 1927/McDonald PA Record
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WILLIAMSON, James
James WILLIAMSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. William WILLIAMSON, of Sturgeon, died on Thursday, Jan. 21, at 4 p.m.,
aged 24 years. Funeral services will be held in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
(Source: January 23, 1909 McDonald PA Outlook)
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WRIGHT, Susanna (Brown)

Mrs. William WRIGHT, wife of William WRIGHT of the McDonald carriage and wagon works, died Saturday, January 16,
at 2:45 p.m., at her home on Fanny street, aged 53 years. Mrs. WRIGHT had been a sufferer for some months from
nervous prostration and her death was not unexpected. Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock
from St. Alphonsus' church. The interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery at Noblestown. Mrs. WRIGHT was born
in Washington, Pa., December 25, 1855, and was married to Mr. WRIGHT May 1, 1878. Besides her husband she is survived
by five daughters and three sons as follows: Mrs. E. L. FREET, a former teacher in the McDonald schools, Miss Beatrice
WRIGHT, now a teacher in the Cecil township schools, Misses Valletta, Regina and Genevieve, and Leo, Sylvester and Homer
WRIGHT, all of McDonald; one sister, Mrs. John WRIGHT, of Carnegie, also survives. One daughter, Columbia, who died in
1893, completes the family group, and comprises one of the oldest and most respected families in McDonald. Mrs. WRIGHT
grew to womanhood on the old HAYES farm at Iffley, near Walker's Mills. Her father, Timothy BROWN, and Charles WRIGHT
came to this country from County Clare, Ireland, in 1849, and both families eventually settled on the large HAYES farm
which at that time comprised some seven hundred acres. The fathers helped to construct the Panhandle railroad from
Pittsburg to Steubenville. Mr. and Mrs. WRIGHT attended school together at the old No. 3 Walker's school house; were
neighbors and have spent life together since they were children. The husband and family are left to mourn one of the
kindest of wives and mothers, faithful to every duty of family and home and beloved of all who knew her.
*Compiler’s note: Her name was Susanna BROWN per obit of a daughter.
(Source: McDonald Record)
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WRIGHT, Genevieve Irene
Genevieve Irene WRIGHT, the youngest daughter of the late William WRIGHT and his wife, Susanna BROWN WRIGHT, also
deceased, died of typhoid fever at her home on Fanny street on Wednesday September 14, at 2 p.m. Genevieve was born on
February 20, 1898. Her mother died in January 1909 and her father passed away on October 29th of the same year. The
deceased is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Mazie FREET, wife of E. (?F.) L. FREET; Leo WRIGHT
of Latrobe; Beatrice, Sylvester, Valetta, Homer and Regina, all at home. The funeral services will be held Friday at
9 o’clock with High Mass of Requiem in St. Alphonsus Church. The interment will be made in the family lot in Noblestown
cemetery. (Source: September 16, 1910 McDonald PA Record)
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YONONSKI, Mike
Mike YONONSKI, a Russian, was killed in Jumbo mine Tuesday afternoon by a fall of coal. His body was badly crushed.
He was 52 years of age and leaves a wife, one son and one daughter, who reside in Lincoln avenue.
Funeral services from the St. Alphonsus church were held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. The interment was in
the Noblestown cemetery. (Source: June 12, 1914 McDonald PA Record)
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ZAFEYA, Albert
Albert ZAFEYA, 78, died Tuesday morning, January 17, 1950, in the Mayview hospital, following an illness of pneumonia.
Mr. ZAFEYA was born in Cortelian, Australia, and came to the United States in 1898, settling in Sturgeon. He was
employed as a coal miner. He is survived by a son, Thomas ZAFEYA, and the following daughters: Mrs. Frank SLOVICK,
Noblestown: Mrs. Anna MOZAR, Clinton: Mrs. Rose OLPTER, Oakdale: Mrs. Frank STINGER, Pittsburgh: and Mrs. Jacob
MAJOWSKI of McKees Rocks. There are 21 grandchildren. His wife died in March of 1944. Funeral services were held the
morning of January 19 in St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, in charge of the Rev. Fr. Martin FLAHERTY.
January 27, 1950 / McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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ZAFEYA, Thomas F.
Thomas F. ZAFEYA, 61, of Oakdale, died Friday, December 19, 1980, in the Ohio Valley hospital. The son of Albert and Ann
ZAFEYA, he was born June 16, 1919, in Federal. He was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by four sisters, Margaret
SLOVICK of Noblestown, Rose OLPTER of Oakdale, and Ann MAZER and Mary STRINGER, both of Imperial; and several nieces and
nephews. A blessing service was held Monday morning in the Richard Thomas funeral home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. Fr.
Thomas A. LAKOMY, pastor of St. Patrick's R. C. Church, Noblestown. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery.
December 25, 1980 McDonald PA Record-Outlook
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ZELESKI, Joseph
Joseph ZELESKI, a Pole aged 39 years, died at his home at Briar Hill Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock following an illness
of asthma. ZELESKI had been employed in the Briar Hill mines for the past eight years. He was single. Funeral services
were held over the remains Friday morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Alphonsus church. The interment was in the Noblestown
cemetery. November 19, 1910/McDonald PA Outlook
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ZIRWAS, Mathias
Mathias ZIRWAS, 57, died suddenly at 5:20 a.m., Tuesday, June 23, 1936, in his home in Queen street, McDonald, of a
paralytic stroke. He was born September, 11, 1879, in Cologne on the Rhine, Germany, and be came an American citizen as
soon as possible after coming to this country. Besides his wife, Katherine MEYER ZIRWAS, he leaves the following sons and
daughters: Peter, Joseph, Mathias, Jr., Jacob, Mary, Margaret, Katherine, Josephine, Anna, and Susanna, all at home; one
sister, Mrs. Margaret GEHRKE of Buffalo, N. Y., and two brothers, Jacob ZIRWAS, and Peter ZIRWAS of McDonald. Funeral
services will be held at 9 a.m. this Friday in St. Alphonsus church, McDonald, with the Rev. Father KEANE, pastor of the
St. Patrick's church, Noblestown, officiating in the absence of the Rev. Fr. J. A. BURGOON. Burial in St. Patrick's
cemetery. (Source: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, McDonald PA Record)
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