Michael Aaron Martinez, 17, a resident of Albuquerque, N.M. since 1983, died Thursday, Aug. 3, 1995. He is survived by his parents, MSgt. Ret. Henry and MSgt. Ret. Wanda Martinez of the home; sisters, Dominique Garbrielle, Yolanda, and Courtney, all of the home; paternal grandmother, Anna Aragon of Tucumcari, N.M.; maternal grandparents, Lonnie and Eleanor Murphy of Connellsville; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends. He was a senior at Manzano High School in Albuquerque. He was active at Mile High Little League baseball and all outdoor sports. He was employed at the Comic Warehouse. He loved his family and friends and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rosary was recited at FRENCH MORTARY, Wyoming Blvd. Chapel, in Albuquerque, N.M. A mass was celebrated at St. Bernadette Church in Albuquerque. Pallbearers were Bobby Michael, Timothy Kehl, Levi Sanchez, Matt Lacy, Mario Migliore, Chris Pyle, Chris Rayborn and Nic DeHerrera. Honorary pallbearers were Kaisi Ingersol and Eric Brazell. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions be made to the Kirtland Federal Credit Union, c/o Michael Aaron Martinez Memorial Fund, #700170, 6440 Gibson Blvd., SE, Albuquerque, N.M. 87108.
Andrew S. Martoncik, 76, of Fairchance died suddenly Saturday, July 20, in Uniontown Hospital. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Evelyn Bowlen Martoncik, three children, Jacqueline Smith of Washington, N.C., Jerome Martoncik of Clifton, Va., and Wayne Alan Martoncik of Fort Valley, Va., 12 grandchildren, a brother, Charles Martoncik of Fairchance, and a sister, Helen Petros of Youngstown, Ohio. Arrangements will be announced by the Dean C. Whitmarsh Funeral Home, 134 West Church St., Fairchance.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– November 12, 1919
Died—– July 20, 1996
To view complete article concerning mine blast, as well as complete list of miners killed, see Hurley C. Stalnaker.
Funeral arrangements for John Martoncik, Jr., 45, of Uniontown, R. D. 2, killed in Robena Mine, are in charge of the Wagner-Cooley funeral home, Fairchance. He was a motorman with 23 years of service. Surviving are his widow, Margaret; three sons, Robert J. with the U. S. Air Force, and George E. and Thomas E. at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Martoncik of Shady Side; there brothers, Andrew of Oliphant Furnace, Charles of Fairchance and Paul of Youngstown, Ohio, and three sisters, Mrs. Alex (Betty) Stajnovic of McKeesport, Mrs. Michael (Mary Ann) Kalamets of Oliphant Furnace and Mrs. George (Helen) Petros of Youngstown, Ohio.
Frances Martray, 88, of Connellsville, died Sunday, June 23, 1996, in Highlands Hospital. She was born June 4, 1908, in the Province of Salerno, Italy, a daughter of the late Donato and Bernadine Scolace Gioia. She was a member of St. Rita Roman Catholic Church and its Christian Mothers Society. She is survived by a daughter, Frances M. Gebadlo of Connellsville; and a son, Don Martray and his wife Frances of Muskogee, Okla.; eight grandchildren, Larry Gebadlo and his wife Gloria of Connellsville; Diane Gebadlo of Connellsville; Carolyn Gebadlo of Greensburg; Mrs. Stanley (Cathy) Krzanowski of Connellsville; Mrs. Bill (Jaynie) Casey of Pittsburgh; Tony Martray and his wife Teresa of Broken Arrow, Okla.; David Martray and his wife Rhonda of Muskogee, Okla., and Mrs. Marc (Terri) Childers of Broken Arrow, Okla.; ten great- grandchildren; and one sister, Josephine Gianetti. She was predeceased by her husband, Anthony (Tony) J. Martray, in 1983; and by three sisters, Angeline DeSantis, Raphela Spisso and Florence LaBand; two brothers, Anthony Gioia and Arnold Gioia. Friends will be received at the VITO C. MARTUCCI FUNERAL HOME, 123 S. First St., West Side, Connellsville, today from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., where a blessing service will be held Wednesday at 10:45 a.m., followed by a funeral Mass at 11 a.m. in St. Rita R.C. Church with the Rev. Frank Lesniowski as celebrant. Interment will follow in St. Rita Cemetery. St. Rita Council No. 64 will hold a ritual Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the funeral home. St. Rita Parish and its Christian Mothers will hold a wake service tonight at 7 in the funeral home.
So far as the records show, 28 men of Connellsville gave up their lives during the war. Thirteen were killed in action, three died of wounds, 11 from disease and one by accident.
Other soldiers are listed before and after.
According to belated official word from the War Department, Nick Joseph Martucci, another Connellsville boy, and the only Italian of the city to pay the supreme sacrifice, was killed in action July 19, 1918. News of his death came through unofficial sources to a brother, Anthony J. Martucci of East Fayette street. After waiting for news from the War Department longer than should have been necessary the brother communicated with Washington and, some time later received confirmation of the death. Nick was 22 years old and was a member of Company A, 59th Infantry.
Rose MARTUCCI died in 1932. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(20)
Mrs. Rose Martucci, 60, of 117 Pittsburgh road, Uniontown, died in the Uniontown Hospital Thursday night, November 17, 1932, at 7:45 o'clock of a complication of diseases. She was admitted to the hospital last Sunday. She is survived by her husband. James .Martucci, and the following children: Mrs. Antoinette Mayola at home, Mrs. Carmell Patrick of Fairmont, W. Va. and August, Joe, Pauline and Palmena all at home. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
(The Charleroi Mail - 11/18/1932)
Claranel Keller Marucci, 90, of Republic, Fayette County, Pa., passed away Tuesday, October 3, 2006, in the Cherry Tree Nursing Center, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., where she had been a resident for several years. She was born August 28, 1916, in Pittsburgh, Pa., a daughter of the late Christian Keller and Susanna Kress Keller. The family later moved to Blainesburg, Washington County, Pa., and there were eight children in the Keller family. Claranel was predeceased by her beloved husband, Peter Marucci, whom she married on June 9, 1951, brothers and sister, Christian Keller, Harold Keller, Cyril Keller, Ralph Keller, and Aureila Kulikowski. Surviving are a brother, Robert Keller, of Aiken, South Carolina; a sister, Laverne "Ruth" Lavosic, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; nieces: Cynthia Keller and Kristin Keller Pfeltz, of Annapolis, Maryland; and many other nieces and nephews. Mrs. Marucci was a member of Holy Rosary Church R. C. Church, Republic, for over fifty years, and had managed the Montgomery Wards Store, in Brownsville, Fayette County, Pa., until her retirement, where she was the winner of many sales awards. Claranel will be remembered for her decorating skills, especially the holiday displays at her home, in Republic. She was also a distinguished cook as well. Friends will be received in the ROBERT T. KISH FUNERAL HOME, Legion Street, Republic, Pa., on Friday, from 6 to 8 p.m., and Saturday, October 7, 2006, until 9:30 a.m., when a Prayer Service will be held. A Funeral Mass follows at 10 a.m., in the Holy Rosary R. C. Church, Main Street, Republic, with Rev. Father Stephen Bugay, as Celebrant. Entombment will be in the Chapel of Peace Mausoleum, at LaFayette Memorial Park, Route 40 East, Brier Hill, Fayette County, Pa. A Parish Wake Service will be held on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Evelyn V. Marucci, 85, of Uniontown, Pa., passed away April 23, 2003, at Beverly Health Care. She was born Oct. 24, 1917, in Filbert, Pa., the daughter of the late Leroy D. Shea and Goldie T. Crutchley Shea. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Mendan Marucci and four brothers, Cecil, Carl, Wendell and Jack Shea. Evelyn is survived by a daughter, Carol Rocks of Mansfield, Ohio; a son, M. Keith Marucci of Thompson, Pa.; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; one sister, Gloria Stefan of Uniontown; and one brother, Robert Shea of Carmichaels. Arrangements have been entrusted to the ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME INC., 80 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Visitation will be held on Friday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m., the hour of service, with the Rev. Roland O'Brien officiating. Interment will follow in LaFayette Memorial Park.
Guido J. "Gig" Marucci age 83 of Republic, PA died Monday, August 17, 2009. He was born on January 10, 1926 in Allison, PA. He was a Veteran of World War II, a member of the VFW Post 47, Uniontown, PA, American Legion Post 590, Republic, PA and Sons of Italy, Republic, PA. He is survived by his wife, Emma J. Marucci; four children: Roger Marucci and wife, Cassie, Rebecca Hudock and husband, Edward, Paul Marucci and wife, Jeanne and Belinda Marucci; five grandchildren; brothers: Alfred Marucci, Negie Marucci and Carlo Marucci; sisters: Theresa Gladden, Mary Kenney and Sue Shoaf. He was predeceased by his first wife, Ruth Zuder Marucci, brothers, Peter Marucci, Mendan Marucci and sister, Louise Pisegna. Friends will be received in the SKIRPAN FUNERAL HOME, 135 Park St., Brownsville, PA, on Thursday from 2 - 4 and 6 - 9 PM., where a prayer service will be held on Friday at 9:15 AM followed by a Funeral Mass at 10 AM in Holy Rosary R. C. Church, Republic, PA with the Rev. Father Stephen Bugay as celebrant. Interment will be held in the Lafayette Memorial Park with full military rites. A Wake Service will be held on Thursday at 3:30 PM in the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to your favorite charity.
Patricia A. Winge Marucci, age 72, of Republic, Pa., died Friday, May 28, 2004 in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. She was born on November 15, 1931 in Uniontown, Pa., Daughter of William and Matilda (Rosneck) Winge. Patricia was a member of The Sons of Italy, Republic. She was preceded in death by her Parents and two Children, Carla Jean Marucci and Carl James Marucci Jr. She is survived by her husband, Carlo J. Marucci; two Children: Douglas Marucci and wife Kathleen Marucci, Republic, and Carolyn Marucci, Republic; Granddaughter, Rebecca Lynn Marucci; Sister, Martha Jean Winge Baron, Herbert, Pa.; and Brother, William Winge and wife Arlene, New Salem, Pa. Friends will be received in the SKIRPAN FUNERAL HOME, 135 Park Street, Brownsville, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. where a Prayer Service will be held Monday, May 31, at 10:30 a.m. A Funeral Mass follows at 11 a.m. in Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church, Republic, with Rev. Fr. Stephen R. Bugay as Celebrant. Interment will follow in Holy Rosary Cemetery.
PETER PAUL MARUCCI, age 81, of Republic, Pa., born 1 December 1913 in West Virginia, a son of Ruggerio and Pauline Federice Marucci. Resident for 75 years, a member of Holy Rosary R. C. Church. Retired from S. D. S. Construction Company and the Fayette Housing Authority where he served as building superintendent for 26 years. A Brownsville area school director for 8 years.
MARUCCI, RUTH A. ZUDER— Age 44 years, of Brownsville Rd., Republic, died in Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, at 12:10 a.m., Tuesday, May 1, 1973, after a lingering illness. She was born April 27, 1929, the daughter of Marie (O’Hara) Centofanti, Long Beach, N. Y. and the late John Zuder, who preceded her in death on Jan. 22, 1948. Also preceding her were two infant brothers, John Jr. and Paul Zuder. Surviving are her husband, Guido (Gig); one daughter, Rebecca, at home; Roger of Cheltenham, Pa., one grandson, Liam; one brother, Stephen, New York City, N. Y.; one aught, Mrs. Stanley (Annie) Blout, Masontown; one uncle, Stephen O’Hara, Baltimore, Md. She was a member of Holy Rosary R. C. Church, Republic; Christian Mothers and Ladies Auxiliary to the Republic Vol. Fire Dept. Friends will be received in the Carlo J. Marucci Funeral Home, Rt. 166, Republic, today and Thursday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., and until Friday at 10:30 a.m., when prayer services will be held followed by Mass of Resurrection in the Holy Rosary R. C. Church of Republic with the Rev. Fr. Joseph L. Sredzinski as celebrant. Interment to follow in LaFayette Memorial Cemetery. Parish Rosary on Thursday at 8 p.m.
Emidio (Pop Morgan) Marzano, 93, of Dunbar, died at noon Tuesday in Connellsville State Hospital. He was born January 26, 1874, in Italy, and had made his home with his son, George, of Dunbar, for the past few years. He had lived in the Dunbar area for more than 60 years, and was a former employee of Pennsylvania Wire Glass Co. Surviving are two sons, George of Dunbar and Arthur of Columbia, Ill.; seven grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. The body will be at the Burhans funeral home, Dunbar, after 11 a.m. Thursday. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Aloysius R. C. Church, Dunbar, with Rev. Vincent J. Rocco as celebrant. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The parish rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Mrs. Filomina Joan Marzano, 78, of Dunbar, died at 10:45 a.m. Monday in Connellsville State Hospital. Born at Castel DeSangro, Italy, Dec. 27, 1877, she came to Dunbar 51 years ago. She was a member of the St. Aloysius R. C. Church of Dunbar and the Altar and Rosary societies. Surviving are her husband, Emedio; two sons, Arthur and George of Dunbar, a brother, Thomas Gasbarro, and a sister, Mrs. Concordia LaGona, both of Blairsville, and six grandchildren. The body is at the Burhans funeral home. The funeral mass will be sung at 9 a.m. Thursday at St. Aloysius Church with the Rev. Patrick A. Kiernan as celebrant. Burial will be made in the church cemetery. The Altar and Rosary societies will meet at the funeral home at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday to recite the rosary.
Alice Dorazio Marzio, 84, of Toms River, N.J., passed away in her home on Thursday, December 26, 1996. She was born December 18, 1912, in Bentleyville, Pa., daughter of Philip and Mary Antionette Dela Penna Dorazio. She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husband, Michael Marzio in October 1996. One of eight children, she is survived by three brothers and four sisters: John Dorazio of Grindstone, Pa., Mary Sebastian of Glassport, Pa., Julia Schaeffer and Elizabeth Fusco both of Toms River, N.J., Joseph Dorazio and Ann Masch Holler both of Uniontown, Pa., and Dominick Dorazio of Smithfield, Pa. Friends will be received in the QUINN HOPPINGS FUNERAL HOME, Mule Road, Route 37, East Toms River, N.J., today from 1 to 9 p.m. where a prayer service will be held Monday, December 30, at 10:30 a.m. Interment follows in Ocean County Memorial Park, Trenton, N.J.
Josephine MASCARL died in 1918. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
Influenza contracted while visiting her sister, MRS. LIZZIE CARLETIO in Chicago, resulted in the death of MISS JOSEPHINE MASCARL, daughter of MR. and MRS. JOSEPH MASCARL of North Pittsburg Street, on Saturday.
MASCIARELLI, HERMAN JOHN— Aged 37, husband of Emma Frances McDowell Masciarelli of 47 Lincoln St., died in the Veterans Hospital, Oakland, Saturday, January 19, 1957, at 8:05 p.m., following a prolonged illness. Born in Dunbar, he had resided in this city for the past twelve years. He was employed by the National Tube Co. at McKeesport as a drill press operator. He was a member of the United Steel Workers 1514; V.F.W. and was a veteran of World War 2. He was predeceased by his father, Emidio in 1952 and a brother, Alfred in 1953. In addition to his wife he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Carmelia Masciarelli, Dunbar and these children, Se Ann, Herman Jr., Joseph, Mary and Alfred all at home; brothers and sisters, James and Mrs. Robert (Angelina) Collins, Dunbar; Albert, Lorain, O.; Anthony, George and Victor, McKeesport; Frank, Emidio and Mrs. Harold (Anne) Bailey, Connellsville; Mrs. William (Sue) Eutsey; Ashtabula, O. Friends will be received in the Victor A. DeCarlo Funeral Home, 136 N. Gallatin Ave., after 7:30 p.m. today until Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. when prayer services will be held, followed by Requiem High Mass in St. John’s R.C. Church with Rev. Fr. Thomas J. Dunn as celebrant. Interment will be in Sylvan Heights Cemetery.
Ida (Giobbi) Masciarelli, 79, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., passed away Monday, Feb. 16, 2009, at her home. She was born Aug. 10, 1929, in Dunbar, Fayette County, Pa., daughter of the late Anthony and Jane (Spina) Giobbi. Ida was a graduate of Dunbar Township, Class of 1947. She was a member of St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, Dunbar, and retired as a clerk from Thrift Drug Store, Laurel Mall. She was a loving mother to son, Edward Masciarelli and wife, Sandy, of Perryopolis, Fayette County, Pa.; and grandmother to her beloved grandchildren, Valerie and Victor Masciarelli, who were the love of her life. She is also survived by her twin sister, Edith Lewandowski and husband, Walter, of Dunbar; cherished niece, Mary Jane D’Amico; and many nieces and nephews. She also had four close friends, who have been at her side during many years, whom she loved and cherished. She was preceded in death by her husband, Victor Masciarelli; a son, Alan Masciarelli; three brothers, Louis, Alex, and Nick Giobbi; and three sisters, Rose Farris, Anna Gambone and Carrie Gambone. There will be no public viewing, at Ida’s request. Friends will be received from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday, the hour of the Mass of Christian Burial in St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, Dunbar, with Monsignor J. Edward McCullough, as Celebrant. Interment to follow in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, in Dunbar. Arrangements under the direction of BURHANS-CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville St. Dunbar.
Antoinette “Toni” M. LaBella Mascioli, 61, of Uniontown, Pa., died Thursday, Nov. 7, 1996, in Jefferson Hospital. She was born April 12, 1935, in Oliver One, Pa., daughter of Nicholas and Anna Fani LaBella Sr. She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husband, Paul E. Mascioli in 1985. She was a member of St. Therese R.C. Church in Uniontown and St. Cecelia’s Confraternity of Christian Mothers. She is survived by her children, David A. Mascioli and his wife, Denise Honza Mascioli, of Uniontown, Patricia Raymond and husband, David, of Urbana, Ohio, and Janette Grimm and husband, Damon, of Star Junction, Pa.; granddaughters; Danielle Lynne Mascioli and Haley Lynn Grimm; sisters and brothers: Mary Yablunosky of Lemont Furnace, Pa., John LaBella and Frank LaBella of Newark, Del., and Nicholas LaBella Jr. of Garfield Heights, Ohio. Friends will be received in the HAKY FUNERAL HOME, 139 West Fayette St., Uniontown, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday, Nov. 11, until 8:30 a.m. when a Prayer Service will be held followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 9 a.m. in St. Therese R.C. Church, Uniontown, with the Rev. Fr. John A. Regoli, V.F., as celebrant. Interment will be private. St. Cecelia’s Confraternity of Christian Mothers will recite the Rosary today at 7 p.m.
Emilie MASCIZUCK died in 1925. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
Emilie MASCIZUCK, six years old, daughter of Anthony and Catherine MASCIZUCK of Leisenring, died at the parental home Friday following a brief illness of pneumonia. In addition to her parents, she is survived by two brothers and three sisters, all at home. Connellsville Courier Thurs. 3-12-1925
Dr. Constance Gay Masneri, 50, of 939 Park St., California, Pa., and a native of Charleroi died Sunday evening, Dec. 29, 1996, in Monongahela Valley Hospital Inc., Carroll Township, as a result of an automobile accident. She is survived by her mother, Eleanor Ruth Moore Dean, of Roscoe and two sons, Kevin S. Masneri of Perryopolis and David A. Masneri of California, Pa. The family will receive friends at the John E. Greenlief Funeral Home, 323 Fourth Street at Wood, California, Pa., today from 5 to 7 p.m. and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Additional viewing will be held Thursday, Jan. 2, 1997, in United Methodist Church, California, Pa., from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Agnes Julia (Valko) Mason, 77, of Hiller, Fayette County, Pa., passed away on Thursday, April 19, 2007, in West Malden Manor, Charleroi, Washington County, Pa. She was born May 12, 1929, in Monessen, Westmoreland County, Pa., the daughter of the late Michael and Anna (Glotz) Valko.
She was also preceded in death by her husband, Donald H. Mason, daughter, Diana Lynn Mason, and brother, Edward Valko. Mrs. Mason was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Brownsville, Fayette County, Pa. She also was a member of the American Legion Post 295, Brownsville, Pa., and the Brownsville Eagles Aerie 1356.
She will be sadly missed by her son, Larry D. Mason and wife, Jeanne; daughter, Michele Colbert and husband, Morgan; two foster children: Juanita Harrison, and Sharon Canon and husband, Gene; three brothers: George Valko and wife, Joanna, Leonard Valko and wife, Arlene, and Henry Valko and wife, Carol; two sisters: Irene Baker and husband, John, and Roseann Valko; six grandchildren: Larry (Marshall) Mason and wife, Patti, Leza Mason, Jory Mason and wife Michelle, Kym Ray Perruci, Mason Colbert and Ian Colbert.
Friends will be received in the CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 305 Church Street, Brownsville, Pa., today, April 21, 2007, from noon to 2 p.m. the hour of Service with the Rev. Stanley Burdock officiating. Interment will follow in Taylor Cemetery, Brownsville, (Washington County)Pa. Arrangements are in the care of the NOVAK FUNERAL HOME, 515 Front Street, Brownsville, Pa.
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Albert M. MASON, aged 45 years, a former resident of Brownsville, Pa.,but late of Pittsburgh, died Wednesday, October 28, 1931, in the Dearborn Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan. Death was due to pneumonia. Deceased was a native of Brownsville and a son of H.G. MASON. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Anna Mason; a daughter, Helen and four brothers, Robert of South Brownsville; Harry of Harrisburg, Pa; Bernie of Brownsville, Pa., and Earl of Pittsburgh, Pa. Services will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the home of a brother, Robert in South Brownsville, Pa., Burial will be in the Bridgeport Cemetery (Brownsville, Pa.).
Alexander Mason, 70 years and 22 days old, died at his home in Carmichaels at 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning, April 3, 1926. He married Mary Fasenbaker of Farmington, December 25, 1888. To this union were born ten children, three of whom have since died. Surviving are his widow and the following children: Mrs. Anna Belle Guseman and Mrs. Margaret Guseman of Nemacolin, Mrs. Emma Storer of Carmichaels, Mrs. Beatrice Rhoads of Masontown and Lyda, John and Donald, at home. Thirteen grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 1 o’clock at the Chalk Hill church.
MASON, ANABEL BENNETT — Age 69 years, a resident of 3 South Hills Terrace, Brownsville died Friday, May 14, 1965 at 9:15 a.m. in Brownsville General Hospital. She was a lifelong resident of Brownsville and was born June 12, 1896, a daughter of the late Albert and Mary Murray Bennett. She was a retired Licensed Practical Nurse and for a number of years was employed at the Fayette County Home. She was a member of the S. Brownsville Methodist Church and the Licensed Practical Nurses Association of Pennsylvania. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Alice Mason Petrosky of Brownsville, Mrs. Ruth Ann Hough of the State of Washington and Mrs. Rachel McCavitt of Washington, Pa. and eight grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert D. Mason in 1950. Friends of the family will be received in the Ross Funeral Home, 126 Front St., Brownsville today from 7 to 10 p.m., Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p/m/ until Monday at 1:30 p.m. the hour of service with Rev. Dallas W. Butler officiating. Interment will be in Redstone Cemetery.
Mrs. Caroline C. Mason, aged 66, died at her home in Dunbar Saturday evening, August 25, 1923, of a complication of diseases. She is survived by the following children, Samuel Mason, of Revere; Charles Mason, at home, and Mrs. Bertha Williams, of Dunbar. The following brothers also survive; John Kerns, of Connellsville, Samson Kerns, of Philadelphia, and William H. Kerns, of Leisenring No. 1. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at the home at 1:30 to be followed by services at the Baptist church of Dunbar. Rev. Mr. Hays will officiate, assisted by Rev. D. E. Minerd. Interment will be in the Franklin cemetery.
The body of Charles W. Mason, son of S. D. Mason of McClellandtown, who was killed in action at Soissons, France, on July 20, 1918, will arrive in Brooklyn, N. Y., about July 19. The interment will be made in the Arlington Cemetery.
Dorothy Mason, aged 18 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bernie Mason of Brownsville, died at Saranac Lake, N. Y., Wednesday, April 16, 1924. In addition to her parents she is survived by three brothers, Carmack, Birnie, Jr., and Mark. Funeral services will be held from the First Presbyterian church in Brownsville, Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock.
Fairy M. Mitchell Mason, 93, of Uledi, Fayette County, Pa., passed away, June 2, 2008, in the Golden Living Center, in Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa. She was born October 10, 1914, to the late James Matthews and Liilie Mae Dean, in Birmingham, Alabama. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, David Mason, and son, Thomas Mason.
She is survived by her children: David Mason, of Palm Harbor, Fla., Richard D. Mason, of Lanette, Ala., William Mason, of Brandywine, Md., Fred Mason, of Uledi, Pa. and Gregory Mason, of Bowie, Md.; daughter-in-law and caregiver, Geneva Mason. Mrs. Mason was a past Matron and 50 year member of the Naomi Chapter 7 O.E.S. P.H.A., in Uniontown, Pa.
Friends will be received in the MURIEL E. LANTZ FUNERAL HOME, 297 East Main Street, Uniontown, Pa., Friday, June 6, 2008, from 1 to 3 p.m., the hour of the service, with the Rev. Dr. Charles Matthews, of Mt. Sanai Baptist Church, in Cleveland, Ohio. Interment will follow immediately after in the Sylvan Heights Cemetery, in Uniontown.
Private Frederick C. Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mason of Ohiopyle was killed in action October 1, according to word received yesterday by the father. Private Mason left for camp last February and sailed for France in May with Company 1, 111th Infantry. Private Mason had been to the front lines five times prior to the battle in which he met death. The young man is survived by his parents, two sisters, Mrs. Hagan of Uniontown and Violet at home and the following brothers; Freeman, Brownsville, Louis in France, Oliver and Robert at home.
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George B. Mason, aged 82 years, died Monday at Brownsville. He was the first death in the Mason family in 80 years. He owned and managed the L…… Milling Company for many years. His wife, to whom he had been married for …… years, is critically ill. Four children, Robert D., H. G., Mrs. Wm. Campbell and Frank Mason, are living, and there has never been a death in any of their families. Besides the children, there are 12 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren surviving.
George David Mason, 76, of New Brighton, Pa., died Monday, July 21, 2003, in the Ellwood City Hospital. Born March 7, 1927, in McClellandtown, Pa., he was a son of the late Sherman and Caroline Dressel Mason. He was a member of the First Church of God, New Brighton; he was a former auxiliary policeman in New Brighton; he had been affiliated with the New Brighton Boys Club, Pennsylvania Association of the Blind, and the Lighthouse for the Blind in New Brighton; served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and was employed at St. Joseph Lead, where he worked in the zinc oxide department for 23 years, retiring in 1975.He is survived by his wife, Mildred McCormick Mason, whom he married in September, 1946; four daughters and sons-in-law, Sandra and William Altsman of New Brighton, Deborah and Charles Tangora of Chippewa Township, Cynthia and Henry Fosnaught of Darlington, and Michelle and Keith Heid of New Brighton; three sons and two daughters-in-law, David and Barbara Mason of New Brighton, Robert and Susan Mason of Minerva, Ohio, and James Mason of New Brighton; 16 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; a great great-granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a great-granddaughter, Sara Anderson and two brothers, Sherman and Samuel Mason.
Friends will be received today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., in the CAMPBELL'S NEW BRIGHTON FUNERAL HOME, www.campbellfuneralhomes.com, 1133 Penn Avenue. A funeral service will be held Thursday at 11 a.m., in the First Church of God, New Brighton, with his Pastor, Douglas E. Show, officiating. Interment will follow in Sylvania Hills Memorial Park, Daugherty Township. The Beaver County Special Unit will honor George with military honors at 12:30 p.m., at the cemetery.
Henry Gibson Mason, aged 71 years of 521 Highland avenue, Connellsville, died in the Connellsville State Hospital, Sunday afternoon, October 10, 1926, at 5 o’clock after a brief illness. He was born in Dunbar on August 16, 1855, a son of John Mason and Katherine Martin Mason. Mr. Mason was a veteran Baltimore and Ohio trainman, having been a conductor for 38 years. He is survived by his widow and one sister, Mrs. William Farr of Greensburg. Mr. Mason is an uncle of the Misses Margaret, Mary and Katherine Mason of Uniontown. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon in the home at 1 o’clock followed by burial in Chestnut Hill cemetery, Connellsville.
Henry Gibson Mason, 71 years old, a veteran Baltimore & Ohio Railroad conductor, died Sunday evening at the Connellsville State Hospital following an illness of about a week. Mr. Mason, best known among his large circle of friends as “Gib”, was born at Dunbar August 16, 1855, the son of John and Catherine Martin Mason, both deceased. With the exception of one sister, Mrs. William Farr, of Greensburg, he is the last of the Mason family. Mrs. Mason survives. Mr. Mason was in the service of the Baltimore & Ohio for a period of 38 years and about three years ago was retired and placed on the pension roll. For more than 20 years his run was out of Pittsburgh and he resided at Millvale. He came to Connellsville about 19 years ago. Mr. Mason was a member of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Veterans Association, taking part in the many activities of that organization He also was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Conductors and the Knights of Pythias. Funeral services will be held at the residence of Thomas McGuire, 521 Highland avenue, where he resided, Tuesday afternoon, having been taken there this morning from the J. E. Sims funeral home, where it was prepared for burial. Interment will be made in the family plot in Chestnut Hill Cemetery.
Homer P. Mason, 61 of Lexington, Ky., formerly of Smithfield, Pa. passed away May 14, 2010. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He was the son of Sherman and Nancy Mason. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother William and sister Nancy. He is survived by his wife Billie Mason; sons: Perry (Stacey) of Smithfield, Lucas (Ashlie) Campbell, Jonathan (Amanda) Campbell of Ky.; one brother Robert Mason, Uniontown Pa.; sisters: Caroline (Keith) Williamson, Canton Ohio, Dorothy (John) Hazuka, Tamarac, Fla., Rennetta (Jim) Tressler, Hopwood, Pa., Naomi Myers (Alpheus) Lemont Furnace, Pa. and nine grandchildren. Interment was held at Donnie G. Randall Memorial Veterans Cemetery, Stanton Ky. Contributions in his memory may be made to Childrens Lifeline, in which he was very active at 194 Sunset Drive Clay City, KY 40312.
A life-long resident of South Brownsville, Horace Greeley Mason, aged 73 years, died yesterday morning, June 21, 1929, at 8 o’clock in his home. For many years Mr. Mason had a grocery store in Spring street. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the Methodist Episcopal church, wit Rev. E. E. Greenly officiating. Burial will be in the South Brownsville cemetery. Mr. Mason was a brother-in-law of Miss J. Alice Horner, of Uniontown. He is also survived by five sons, Earl of Pittsburgh, Harry of Harrisburg, Albert of Detroit, Birnie of Brownsville, and Robert of Brownsville; two brothers, R. B. and F. B. Mason of Brownsville, and one sister, Mrs. William Campbell of Omaha, Neb.
Crushed about he hips and pinned for nearly five minutes between the elevator and the first floor of the Feldstein-Levine Company’s store this morning, Hugh Mason, aged about 17, was probably fatally injured. He is at the Cottage State hospital where at noon it was stated his condition is serious. The lad sustained a compound fracture of the pelvis. The bulk of the crushing pressure caught him about the abdomen. Despite the seriousness of his injury the lad, a sophomore in High School, remained conscious and directed the work of those about him who sought ot extricate him. At the hospital a thorough examination was made. If it is deemed necessary an operation will be made this afternoon. Dr. H. J. Coll was in charge of the examination.
Mason has just taken a couple of women to the third floor and had descended to the cellar to oil the armatures. It was just about 9:30 when Mason jumped into the cage and turned on the power. In jumping his right foot caught in some waste and he was unable to get clear of the sides. He was carried rapidly upwards, where he was caught between the elevator and the ceiling. He managed to turn off the power, but was unable to move his position. George Porter was the first to reach him. Girls ran into the street and the crowd which gathered thought the building was on fire. Miss Edna Cook ran into Down’s shoe store where she summoned her brother, Clarence, and J. J. Driscoll. West Ritenour was also summoned and the three tried to pry the elevator door open. Meanwhile the boy lay between the elevator and the floor, calmly giving directions to the men. A crowbar failed to open the cage door so the men went to the cellar where the boy was removed. White as chalk but perfectly conscious, Mason was carried to the front of the store. Dr. L. P. McCormick was called and made a hasty examination and sent for the ambulance. Blood spurting from a boil on the boy’s neck caused people to think he had been struck in the head. His injuries, however, were confined to his abdomen where except for slight bruises, he was unmarked. V. H. Soisson’s automobile carried the boy to the hospital.
Hugh Mason is the son of Henry G. Mason, a Baltimore & Ohio railroad conductor. His father is today out on his run to New Castle. He was informed of his son’s accident this afternoon. Mason is a Sophomore in the High School and works at Feldstein-Levin’s after school and on Saturdays. He is about 17 years old and walks with a slight limp.
Excitement ran high at the store this morning. The hospital authorities found themselves swamped this morning answering calls as to the boy’s condition. Soon after the accident, Father J. T. Burns, of whose church Mason is a member, arrived on the scene having heard a report that the boy had been killed.
Hugh Mason, who was crushed by an elevator in the store of Feldstein-Levine Company on North Pittsburg street last Saturday morning, died of his injuries yesterday afternoon about 4:55 o’clock at the Cottage State hospital. The body was removed to the parlors of Funeral Director J. E. Sims and after being prepared for burial, was taken to the home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mason, No. 408 Francis avenue. Requiem high mass will be celebrated Saturday morning at the Immaculate Conception Church. The hour of mass will be announced later. Interment in St. Joseph’s cemetery.
Deceased was a son of B & O Conductor H. G. Mason and Mrs. Mary E. Mason, and had resided in Connellsville nearly all his life. He was 16 years, five months and 20 days old, and was a remarkably bright young man. He attended High School and since last August was employed after school hours and on Saturdays in the store of Feldstein-Levine Company. He was popular among the employees of the store and his untimely death has caused great sorrow, not only among the employees of the store, but among his school friends and all who knew him.
Since the accident many telephone calls regarding the young man’s condition were answered by hospital authorities and his room was banked with beautiful flowers sent by the sophomores and other friends. He was the only child of the family.
One of the largest funerals held here for some time was that of Hugh J. Mason, which took place this morning at 9 o’clock from the Immaculate Conception Church. Requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. Father J. T. Burns. The large church was well filled with sorrowing friends and relatives of the deceased. The sophomore class, other members of the High School, and the Holy Name Society were represented. The floral tributes were numerous and very handsome. The High School sent a handsome floral basket, while the employees of Feldstein-Levine Company sent a beautiful piece. During the services the store was closed and all the employees and the management attended the services. The pallbearers were the following members of the Holy Name Society: Regis McGann, Clyde McGann, Bernar O’Connor, John Opperman, Henry Wagner and Gibson Mason.
“We find that Hugh J. Mason came to his death as a result of an accident. We recommend that the elevator in the Feldstein-Levine Company’s store be sent to lock at the first floor or descend to the level of the cellar floor and the elevator be enclosed by a screen or boxed in.” That was the verdict reached by the Coroner’s Jury at the inquest into the death of Hugh J. Mason, the 17 year old High School boy who lost his life when he was crushed between the top of the elevator and the first floor landing two weeks ago. The case was in charge of Coroner H. J. Bell of Dawson. The jurors were Edward W. Shaw, William McCormick, George Marietta, Harry Dull, David Stillwagon and J. G. Fenton.
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James Albert Mason, aged 38, died at the Uniontown Hospital yesterday morning at 11:30 o'clock following an operation for gall stones. Mr. Mason had been ill for some time, but his condition became serious two weeks ago while at work as an engineer at the Oliver #3 mines. He was taken to the home of John Turnbull on the Pittsburgh Road, where he had been making his home and a week later was removed to the hospital in critical condition. The deceased is survived by his mother, Mrs. John Mason and two brothers Charles and Sampson, all of Dunbar. Funeral services will be held at the home of Mr. Turnbull, Tuesday afternoon at 1 o’clock, followed by services at the Dunbar M.P. Church upon arrival there at about 2 o'clock. The Rev. E.S. Hawkins of Uniontown and Rev. David Minerd and Rev. O.W. Bolton of Dunbar will conduct the service. Internment in Franklin Cemetery. Funeral Director Burhans of Dunbar will have charge of the burial.
James H. Mason, 45, of 1310 South Arch street, died at 3:30 o’clock Saturday afternoon at Connellsville State Hospital. He was born in Hyndman, a son of Mrs. Elizabeth Harden Mason and the late William Mason. He had resided in Connellsville for the past seven years and was an engineer for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company. Mr. Mason was a member of Connellsville Fraternal Order of Eagles and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. Besides his mother he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lydia Mason and one sister, Mrs. Ross Hackelrode of Meyersdale. The funeral will be conducted at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon at the home of his mother at Hyndman with Rev. Buffenmyer officiating. Burial will be made in the Hyndman Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director Charles A. McCormick.
John Mason, 38 years old, died Friday in Jefferson township.
Joseph A. Mason, 77 years old, one of Connellsville’s best known and highly respected business men, died at midnight last night following a stroke of apoplexy. He had been ill at his home in South Arch street since Friday. Mr. Mason had been in ill health since February last when he suffered a slight stroke. Recovering from the effects of it he was taken ill with pleuro-pneumonia and for a time his recovery was doubtful. He regained his strength, however, and during the summer was strong enough to take an automobile trip through the scenes of his childhood days and over the battlefields where he fought in the Civil War.
Mr. Mason was born in Baltimore and came to Connellsville in 1880. He engaged at the carpenter trade here and then opened a grocery store on the site of the department store conducted by Z. Melnick, at this time. Later he became engaged in the real estate business and followed this up until the time of his illness in February. Since that time he has not been actively engaged in any work.
During the Civil War he fought with the Third Maryland Regiment. He saw service throughout the conflict and then at the close of the struggle re-enlisted in the Regular Army for a term of two years. He was engaged at Gettysburg, Antietam and other historic places. His automobile trip during the summer included these places also Hagerstown and Frederick, Md.
He was a member of King Solomon Lodge No. 316, F. & A. M. William McKinley Lodge No. 136, I. O. O. F., and of William F. Kurtz Post No. 104, G. A. R. He was a member of the United Presbyterian Church. Mr. Mason was a widower, the death of his wife occurring on November 15, 1921. Several children who survive are: Harry G., at home, James, Uniontown; Mrs. Sarah A. Elleard, Uniontown; Mrs. Charles McMillan, Confluence; W. B., Joseph A., Jr., and George H., all of Pittsburg.
The funeral service will be held at the South Arch street home Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock with the Masonic Lodge in charge. Rev. Francis J. Scott, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Interment will be made in Hill Grove Cemetery.
Funeral services for Joseph A. Mason were held yesterday afternoon from his home in Arch street, Connellsville. Rev. Francis J. Scott, pastor or the United Presbyterian church, of which the deceased was a member, was in charge. The service of the Masonic order was also used. Interment in the Hill Grove cemetery. James Mason and several other children survive.
Joseph A. MASON died in 1932. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Joseph A. Mason, 61 years old, formerly a resident of Connellsville, died Tuesday, December 13, 1932, at his home on the North Side, Pittsburgh. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Minnie Durbin Mason, formerly of Connellsville, and the following children: Mrs. L. C. Blackburn of Akron, Ohio; Albert W. Mason, Mrs. S. C. Martin, Walton B. Mason, Mrs. Charles Thompson and Mrs. George Holtzall of Pittsburgh and Lloyd P. Mason at home; two sisters and three brothers, Mrs. C. R. McMillan of Confluence, Mrs. S. A. Elleard and James S. Mason of Uniontown, George H. Mason of Los Angeles and Harry G. Mason of Connellsville.
(newspaper dated Dec. 15, 1932)
Mrs. Katherine Mason, widow of the late John M. Mason, who died 19 years ago, passed away Wednesday morning, November 4, 1903, at the home of her son, Thomas, on Dunkard Avenue, aged 76 years, from a complication of diseases incident to old age. The deceased is survived by three sons and one daughter, as follows: Thomas, Uniontown; James, Wellsburg, WV; Henry, Connellsville; and Mrs. William Farr, Greensburg. She was a member of the M.P. church. Remains taken to Connellsville on 10:16 B & O train Friday morning for interment there.
The remains of Mrs. Katherine Mason, who died Wednesday at the home of her son, Thomas, on Dunkard Avenue, were taken Friday morning to Connellsville and the funeral took place from the M.P. church at that place with services by Rev. Dr. W.H. Gladden. Interment in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Connellsville. The remains were accompanied to Connellsville by W.T. Mason and family, Mrs. Maggie Ransom and Mr. & Mrs. J. Vance Graft of Uniontown and James C. Mason and family of Wellsburg, WV.
Excerpt from letter from Bill Meason to Bill Hawker,
6225 Catalina Avenue, Oak Forest, Il,
dated January 15, 1929
There is some mystery about Catherine Meason/Mason as indicated in the records. Some of the records show her maiden name as Paull and others as Catherine Martin. Now your bible indicates that Kate Martin and John Meason were married April 1, 1852 it also indicates that she was born May 28, 1821 but a bible record including birth dates of their children which we have indicates she was born May 28, 1828. However the same bible indicates that John Mason married Miss Catherine Paull in 1 Apr 1852 and that he was born in 1821 where as most of the records indicate that he was born in 1828.
Note from contributor:
Born May 28,1828 Dunbar, Fayette Co. PA
Died Nov. 4,1903 Uniontown, Fayette Co. PA
Bible Record says Catherine Martin Paull Mason
Malinda MASON died in 1939. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
Mrs. Malinda MASON, 76 years old, a lifelong resident of Fayette Co. and a daughter of a Civil War veteran, died at 12:45 oclock Thursday afternoon at her home at McClellandtown of complications. Although ailing about a year, her condition did not become serious until Sunday.
Mrs. MASON was born in Bullskin Twp. on August 8, 1863, a daughter of Samuel and Demaris RIDENOUR GRIMM. Her first husband was Jacob R. MURPHY. To this union, eleven children were born, the following of whom survive: Jacob R. MURPHY, Ronco; Daniel L., Carmichaels; Frank, Greensboro; Mrs. Harriet WALSH, Mapletown; Elmer of Carmichaels; George D. of Palmer; and Miss Mary MURPHY a member of the Greene Twp. High School Faculty. Mrs. Lavina RICHTER, a daughter, died in 1920; twin sons, John and Samuel and a daughter, Emma Jane, died in infancy.
She also in survived by three brothers, James GRIMM of Jefferson; Elmer E. GRIMM of Ronco; and John B. GRIMM of Carmichaels. She leaves 45 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held 1:30 oclock Sunday at the home followed by additional rites in the McClellandtown Church. Rev. David C. HUNTER will officiate. Burial will be in Church Hill Cemetery. Courier Fri. 11-17-1939
Mrs. Mary Cosgrove Mason, widow of the late William Thomas Mason, died at her home on East Church street, Wednesday afternoon, February 23, at 3:20 o’clock. The deceased had been suffering several months with a complication of diseases. The deceased is survived by two sons, John and James, and four daughters, Margaret, Katherine and Mary, at home, and Sister M. Dolores of the Order of St. Joseph, Baden, Pa., one grandson, James Mason, Jr., a brother, John Cosgrove, and two sisters, Mrs. William Bowman and Mrs. Matthew Knueffer, of Newark, Ohio. Solemn high mass will be said at St. John’s church, Jefferson street, Saturday morning at 9 o’clock, with Father B. P. Kenna and Father Francis B. McKenna assister by Father Francis S. Clifford of St. Canice, Pittsburgh. Interment will be in the family lot at Oak Grove cemetery.
Following a brief illness, Mrs. William Mason died Monday night at her home at Ohiopyle. She was stricken with paralysis, dying abut five hours later. Mrs. Mason had resided at Ohiopyle for many years and was one of the best known residents of that community. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Her maiden name was Collins. In addition to her husband the deceased is survived by three sons; Oliver, Freeman and Robert Mason, and one daughter, Violet Mason, all at home. A son, Fred was killed in France.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Jane Mason, who died yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles S. Wadsworth, near the Mud school house, Bullskin township, will be held tomorrow at 2:30 o’clock from the Wadsworth residence, with Rev. G. L .C. Richardson, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church officiating. The church choir will sing. The interment will be made in Mount Pleasant cemetery. Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell will be in charge. Mrs. Mason’s illness and death was due to grief over the death of her son, Ory W. Mason, who lost his life in an automobile accident at Mingo Junction, O., April 24, 1915. Her sickness dates back to May 1 of the same year. She became strong enough to be removed from her home in Connellsville to the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Wadsworth, and about a week ago she was taken seriously ill. The deceased was the widow of Simon P. Mason, who died in November, 1905. She was born October 19, 1857, at Glencoe, Somerset county, and was a member of one of the oldest families of Somerset county, her parents, George and Rachel Martz, being among the most widely known residents of that community during their time. Mrs. Mason spent her girlhood days in Somerset county and most of her married life in Westmorland county, near Mount Pleasant. She was a resident of Connellsville for 10 years. The deceased was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Connellsville, of the Women’s Bible class and the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. C. S. Wadsworth, near Mount Pleasant; Mrs. Hays S. Ringter, Homestead; Miss Ivy E. Mason, West Side, a teacher in the Crawford school building; five brothers, Noah Martz, Hyndman; Eli Martz and Jonathan Martz and Solomon Martz, Glencoe; Herman Martz, Scottdale, and three sisters, Mrs. Lydia Wagaman, Meyersdale’ Mrs. William Hughes, Glencoe; and Mrs. Calvin Baker, Scottdale.
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Ory W. Mason, 24 years old of the West Side was instantly killed and his companions William Shepherd and James Johnston or Independence, Pa. were injured at Mingo Junction near Steubenville, O., Saturday night when an automobile owned and driven by Mason skidded and plunged over a 16 foot embankment into three feet of water. According to details of the accident received here, Mason was returning from Steubenville, where he had gone to purchase an automobile there. He overtook Johnston and Shepherd who were strangers to him, along the road and asked them to ride. When they reached the bridge the car skidded on the asphalt road and struck the guard railing, which collapsed. Shepherd and Johnston seeing that Mason was losing control of the car, jumped and thought that Mason was thrown out as the car was going over the embankment. His body was found some distance from the car. The machine formerly owned by Dr. W. L. Bailey was wrecked.
Shepherd, who is 40 years old had his right shoulder broken and probably suffered internal injuries. Johnston was 32 years old. He received bruises about the face. The injured men were taken to a home near the scene of the accident and medical aid was summoned.
The body of Mason was removed to an undertaker’s establishment and following its arrival in Connellsville was removed to his home on North First street, West Side, by Funeral Director C. C. Mitchell. Services will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o’clock from the family residence with Rev. G. L C. Richardson, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church officiating. On Wednesday morning at 9 o’clock a special street car will convey the body and funeral party to Mount Pleasant where the interment will take place.
Mr. Mason was born March 7, 1891, at Acme, a son of Simon I. Mason, deceased, and Mary I. Mason. Six years ago he came to Connellsville from Mount Pleasant where the family had resided for about six years. He resided with his mother and sisters in the West Side up until last October, when he went to Independence near Washington, Pa., to work at the lumber camp of Kerr & Kelson of Connellsville. He had been in the employ of the company for about two years being located in this city prior to going to Independence. He attended the Connellsville high school and later the Douglas Business College. He was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church and of the Young Men’s Bible Class.
Since his removal to Washington, he had been in ……… worker in the Methodist Episcopal Church at Washington, Pa. He was well and favorably known in Connellsville. In addition to his mother, he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. C. S. Wadsworth, of Mount Pleasant, Mrs. S. H. Pligler of Homestead and Miss Ivy E. Mason, a teacher in the public schools of this city. His father died about nine years ago.
Mrs. John W. Mason (Rebecca E.) of Fairmont, widow of Judge John W. Mason, died this morning at the home of her niece, Mrs. R. W. Dawson, at Uniontown. Death was due to influenza. Mrs. Mason was 76 years old and is survived by a son, Captain John W. Mason, Jr., who is in government service in California.
Corporal Norman D. MacBeam, Troop A., State Police, of Philadelphia, is seriously wounded; Harry Cain, H. C. Frick Coke company policeman, is shot through the left arm and James Merchant, negro, is shot through the leg, as a result of a raid at House 54 at Continental No. 3, last night. Constable Mason died in the Uniontown hospital at 11:15 o’clock, soon after he was admitted. He was shot through the abdomen.
Constable Mason, Sergeant MacBeam, County Detective Tony Bell, and Constable John Feeney went to Continental No. 3 about 9:45 o’clock last evening to conduct the raid on House 54, where gambling was supposed to be in progress. Deputy Constable Mason, and Constable Feeney stationed themselves at the kitchen door, while Corporal MacBeam, and County Detective Bell went to the front of the house. Officer Cain patrolled the side of the house to prevent escape of any of the inmates via the upstairs windows. At a given signal the front and rear doors were attacked. As Corporal MacBeam entered the house on of two negroes in the downstairs room opened fire with a .45 automatic pistol. At the first shot, Corporal MacBeam fell back against the county detective, drawing his gun as he fell. MacBeam fired on shot with his left hand, but it is not known whether he or Constable Feeney, who also fired, wounded James Merchant, aged 37, colored, who was shot in the left leg.
Officers early this morning wer undetermined whether there were two negroes or only one in the downstairs room when the officers were attacked. Eight negroes, said to have been playing cards in an upstairs room, were arrested and lodged in the county jail. The negro who killed Mason, finding his way blocked through the front door, made a dash for freedom through the kitchen. Mason was in the way and the officer went down with a bullet hole through his abdomen. After shooting Mason, the negro turned and fired in the direction of Officer Dain. The bullet struck Cain as the officer was reaching for his gun. The bullet entered his left arm.
Merchant, the negro, was shot during the melee in the down-stairs room. It being reported that he came from an upstairs room when the shooting started. Mason, MacBeam and Cain were hurried to the Uniontown hospital, followed in another car by Merchant. Mason died soon after being admitted. Mason was shot through the abdomen. He was conscious while enroot to the hospital but realized that he had been mortally wounded. MacBeam was shot through the right chest, the bullet passing through his shoulder and emerging through his arm. Soon after being admitted to the hospital, he was operated upon and cam from under the operation most encouragingly. While his condition is serious, it is not thought that the wounds will prove fatal. He may lose the use of his shoulder. Cain suffered a bullet wound in his left arm. He returned to duty at Continental No. 3 after the wound had been treated at the hospital. Merchant is a patient in the hospital.
Corporal MacBeam rapped on the door of the house and upon being asked who was there, replied: “The State Police, open the door.” When the door was not opened immediately he kicked it in with his foot and stepped into the room. It was then that the negro with the gun opened fire, hitting MacBeam in the shoulder. County Detective Bell, who was following MacBeam into the house, was unable to shoot because his brother officer was between him and the negro. Later he held his fire when the negro went through the rear door in case Constables Mason and Feeney were in the path of fire. As the negro disappeared through the rear door, County Detective Bell dashed around the house and opened fire. The negro and county detective kept up a running fire until the negro disappeared in the darkness. One of the four bullets fired at County Detective Bell missed the officer by inches. A search of the house disclosed a box of .45 automatic shells, the same caliber that was used by the negro in fighting his way to liberty. Officers believe that all the shooting was done by one man. Five negroes, said to have been in the house at the time, were arrested by officers and placed in the county jail. They are Nathan Jackson, W. A. Stokes, Henry Davis, William Burd and Tom Harris.
Deputy Constable Mason was a son of Alderman and Mrs. Robert W. Mason, of 218 South Main Street, Washington, Pa. He went to school at Washington, completing three years in the Washington high school. After leaving school, Mason was employed by the Bell Telephone company, later going to Detroit, where he was employed by the Ford Motor Company.
In the spring of 1917, Mason enlisted in the Marine corps, being sent to Paris Island for training. Later he was transferred to Quantico for duty. At Quantico he was promoted to sergeant and was transferred to the Philadelphia Navy Yard for duty. Later he was sent back to Quantico in the officers’ training camp and was commissioned a second lieutenant, afterwards being sent to Philadelphia for duty, where he remained thought the war.
After being discharged from the Marines he returned to Washington and in 1921 came to Fayette county as a mine guard. After the conclusion of the strike, he acted as a special officer later being appointed constable in Redstone township. At the last election he was defeated for constable in the same township but was later appointed deputy constable which position he held at the time of his death.
Owing to his thorough understanding of the law, his ability to make friends and his fearlessness while in presentation of his duty, Mason gained the confidence of Fayette county officers and was well liked in every quarter.
In addition to his parents he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Frank Quail of Hart, Mich., who was visiting her parents in Washington at the time of his death. Mr. and Mrs. Mason and Mrs. Quail were notified of the fatal shooting of their son and brother shortly after it occurred and drove to Uniontown in an effort to be at his bedside before he died, but he succumbed to his wound shortly after being admitted in the hospital and before their arrival. No funeral arrangements have as yet been made but it is understood that the remains will be taken to Washington where military funeral services will be made.
After being out five hours the jury in the case of Edward Stevenson, negro, charged with killing Constable Robert W. Mason at Continental No. 3 last February 13, returned a verdict Tuesday night of murder in the first degree. The verdict was returned at 9:50 o’clock. Four ballots were taken.
This community was greatly shocked yesterday when the word was received here of the deed which S. R. Mason committed. Mr. Mason was well known here and quite a few friends who were very sorry to learn of his having taken his life.
The funeral of the late S. R. Mason was held from his home on First street, New Haven, Sunday afternoon. Rev. T. S. Cartwright of New Haven and Rev. Vogel of Somerset officiated. The funeral was one of the most largely attended ever held in Connellsville. After short services at the house, which were attended by many friends, in addition to the various lodges represented, the procession formed and marched to Hill Grove Cemetery. In line were the Connellsville Military band; officers and two companies of the Kinsman’s Mystic Senate, William McKinley lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows; Fraternal Order of Eagles; Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks; Knights of Maita; Knights of the Maccabees; carriages containing the ministers and J. C. Van Orsdell, head officer of the Kinsman’s Mystic Senate; hearse; horse of deceased; family and a long line of carriages containing friends of the deceased. Impressive services were head at the grave. After the body was lowered into its last resting place, a rifle salute, accorded generals in the Rifle Brigade of the Kinsman’s Mystic Senate, was fired over the grave. Several hundred people gathered at the cemetery to attend these last sad rites.
The result of the Coroner’s inquest in the death of the late S. R. Mason, conducted Saturday evening at 7:30 o’clock by Deputy Coroner J. E. Sins, was that the deceased came to his death by a gunshot wound inflicted by his own hand. The Coroner’s jury was composed of the following: C. W Brooks, F. P. Moore, Edgar Cypher, E. W. Shaw and William Dull.
Mrs. H. G. Mason, only sister of Miss J. Alice Horner, member of the Uniontown high school faculty, died at her home in South Brownsville yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock form a complication of diseases following an illness of less than two weeks. Mrs. Mason had resided in South Brownsville since her marriage and was one of the town’s most respected women. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Horner and was born in Luzerne township, 67 years ago. She is survived by her husband, Miss Horner, her only sister, and five sons, Earl and Robert, of Pittsburgh; W. Birnie, Harry and Robert, of South Brownsville, all of whom are married. Funeral arrangements have not as yet been completed.
The funeral services of Mrs. H. G. Mason, who died Thursday afternoon, December 9, will be held at her late home on Spring street, South Brownsville, Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock. The Rev. R. L. Erhard, pastor of the South Brownsville M. E. church, will officiate. The interment will be in the Bridgeport cemetery (Sarah M. 1854-1920).
Mrs. Sidney A. Mason, 76 years old, wife of Joseph A. Mason, died Tuesday morning, November 15, 1921, at her home in South Arch street, Connellsville, following a sudden illness last Sunday and a stroke of paralysis Monday night. Mrs. Mason was born near Frederick City, Md., and was married at Unionville, Md., to Joseph A. Mason who was at the time serving in the Civil War. To this union, 11 children were born, five sons and two daughters surviving, as follows: William B., Joseph A., Jr., and George H. Mason, all of Pittsburgh; James S. Mason of Uniontown; Harry G. Mason of Connellsville; Mrs. Minnie D. McMillan of Confluence, and Estella Elleara of Uniontown. Her husband, one brother, F. M. Fisher, of South Connellsville; and three sisters, Mrs. Sue Warfield of Mount Airy, Md.; Mrs. John Grimes of Union Bridge, Md., and Mrs. Daniel Hilt of Jarrettsville, Md.; 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the family home, with Rev. Francis J. Scott, pastor of the United Presbyterian church, officiating. The interment will be in Hill Grove cemetery.
William Mason, aged 74, a well known farmer of Hyndman committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a revolver.
Dunbar, Jan. 28.—The town was somewhat startled last evening to learn of the sudden death of William Mason, a well known citizen of this place. Mr. Mason has been afflicted with dropsy of the heart for some time and it is thought that this was the cause of his sudden death. Mr. Mason has not been able to work for several days but appeared to feel better yesterday than he had for some time. Shortly before five o’clock he went to the stable of his brother, John, to feed the hogs and while there dropped dead. John upon going to the stable a few minutes later was startled to find the lifeless body of his brother. The attending physician had recently told his family that his disease was such that his death was likely to occur very suddenly, but as he had appeared so much better during the day that it came very unexpected to them. The deceased was about 65 years of age and leaves a family of grown up children. His wife, one brother John, and one sister, Mrs. M. Markey, and the following children survive him; Mrs. Mary Belle Gilpin, Misses Maggie, Emma, Mellie and Tillie. The funeral arrangements had not been made yet last evening but will probably take place on Sunday.
Artilcle continues concerning other news of Dunbar.
William A. Mason, 77 years old, of Kentuck, near Ohiopyle, one of the best-known farmers of that community, died at 5:30 o’clock Monday morning at his home. About a month ago Mr. Mason slipped and fell on a pavement at Ohiopyle. He was taken to Uniontown Hospital and later to his home. He suffered a fracture of the hip, it was said, and complications developing from the fracture contributed to his death. Mr. Mason was born February 22, 77 years ago. He is survived by the following children: Violet Mason of Ohiopyle, Freeman W. Mason of Pittsburgh, Lewis C. Mason of Brownsville, Oliver Mason of West Newton and Robert Mason of Ohiopyle. There are also four grandchildren. One son, Frederick Mason, died in France during the World War. It was in honor of this son that the American Legion post of Ohiopyle—Frederick Mason—was named. The funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Ohiopyle Baptist Church with Rev. F. S. Wortman, pastor, officiating.
OHIOPYLE, March 2.—The funeral of William Mason took place Wednesday afternoon, February 23, from the Ohiopyle Baptist church. Services were conducted by Rev. Workman and members of both the Baptist and M. E. church choirs sang. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. Pall-bearers were Edward Jackson, William Rholf, I. F. Woodmency, Jay Lamble, J. M. Wildey and Bert Cunningham. Interment in Maple Grove cemetery.
William Thomas Mason died Friday afternoon at his home in Uniontown following an illness of several months. In addition to his widow, Mrs. Mary Cosgrove Mason, he is survived by two sons, John, in France; James, G., of Aliquippa; four daughters, Margaret, Katherine, Mary and Anne, all at home; two brothers, H. G. of Connellsville, James C., of Denver, Col., and one sister, Mrs. William Farr, of Greensburg.
Consalva MASSIONE died in 1933. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Consalva Massione, aged 47 years and 11 months, died Sunday morning at 9:45 o'clock in Uniontown hospital from a heart condition. Mr. Massione had been employed for a number of years as a miner at Puritan. His wife, Anna, died last June 1. He is survived by the following daughters, Octavia, Evelyn and Eva Massione.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday morning at Puritan followed by requiem high mass in the Leckrone Roman Catholic church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Massione had been in the hospital for the last ten days.
(newspaper dated February 5, 1933)
Teddy Mastowski, 89, of Millrun, died May 13, 2002 in the Frick Hospital, Mt. Pleasant. He was born September 11, 1912, in Dunbar, the son of the late Joseph and Frances Roszak Mastowski. Teddy was a resident of Mill Run since 1976. He was a retired farmer. He was also a former Coal Miner with Eastern Gas & Fuel and the Bridgeport Mine and was also formerly worked for Chrysler Corp. as a machinist in Detroit, Michigan. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America. Teddy was a member of St. Raymond of the Mountains Roman Catholic Church in Donegal. He is survived by two sons Edward Mastowski and his wife Gloria, of Mill Run and Paul Mastowski and wife Pamela, of Farmington; three daughters, Dolores Kocis and her husband John, of South Connellsville, Elizabeth Maczko and her husband Joe, of Grindstone, and Marlene Kotcher and her husband Jay, of St. Clair Shores, Michigan; 10 grandchildren, Lisa, Joseph, Gina, Thomas, Christine, Timothy, Denise, Deneen, Edward and John; 17 great grandchildren; a brother, Clarence Mastowski and his wife Evelyn, of Normalville; two sisters, Bernice Mastowski, of Leesburg, Florida and Louise Mastowski, of White, and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his wife, Mary Catherine Dzielski Mastowski on October 29, 2000, two brothers, Walter and Frank Mastowski; four sisters, Mary Mastowsi, Helen and Josephine Dziel, and Verna Kasiewitz. Family and friends will be received in the Clyde Brooks Funeral Home, Inc., Route 711, Melcroft, Wednesday from 2 to 9 p.m. A funeral Mass will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. in St. Raymond’s R. C. Church, Donegal, with Rev. Fr. John Harrold as celebrant. A committal service and interment will follow in the R. C. Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant.
Charles Matchey, aged 34, of 32 Lombard street, well-known employe of the Richmond Radiator Company, died at 6:33 Tuesday morning, December 28, 1937, in St. Francis hospital, Pittsburgh, after an illness of a complication of diseases. He was born October 25, 1903, in Uniontown, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Matchey. In addition to his parents, he leaves his widow, Helen Matchey, and four brothers, John, of Detroit; Andrew, Jr., Johnstown, Pa.; Stephen, of Uniontown, and William, Rosedale. Funeral rites will be held at 8:30 Friday morning in the Stephen Matchey home, with additional services to be conducted in St. Mary’s R. C. church, with Rev. Fr. Blazic officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
MATEOSKY, MRS. PAULINE GEORGE— Friends will be received in the Haky Funeral Home, 139 West Fayette St., Uniontown, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1994, until 10:30 a.m. when a prayer service will be held followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. in St. Mary R.C. Church, Uniontown. Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Church Cemetery. Parish Wake service will be held today at 8 p.m.
H. Emerson Mates, 72, of Mount Pleasant R.D. 7, died Tuesday in the Integrated Health Systems of Greater Pittsburgh, Greensburg. Surviving are his wife, Alberta Permuko Mates; two sons, David A. Mates of Scottdale and John E. Mates of Somerset; two grandsons; two granddaughters; two brothers, Don of Hunker and Dean Mates of Flushing, Mich.; and two sisters, Mrs. Philip (Ruth) Null of Ligonier and Mrs. Charles (Alice) Niswonger of Scottdale. Friends will be received at the Galone-Caruso’s Funeral Home, 204 Eagle St., Mount Pleasant from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and until 11 a.m. Friday.
Social Security Death Index for Huey E. Mates:
Born—– April 22, 1922
Died—– August 23, 1994
Bryan Mathews, 73, of Mount Pleasant, R. D. 4, was dead on arrival at Connellsville State General Hospital Thursday evening. He apparently suffered a heart attack while fishing along the Youghiogheny River. He was born Sept. 24, 1900, at Indian Head, a son of the late William and Lezetta Miller Mathews. He was a member of the Mount Pleasant Church of God, serving on its official board and holding many church offices. Surviving are two sons, John W. of Mt. Pleasant, R. D. 4, and Russell B. of Greensburg; three daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Alverda) Leister of Mount Pleasant, R. D. 4, Mrs. Lawrence (Jane) Shebak of Mount Pleasant, R. D. 3, and Mrs. John (Anna Mae) Walthour of Greensburg; seven grandchildren; one great- grandchild; a brother, Kenneth of Latrobe, and a sister, Mrs. Blanche Brinner of Logans Ferry. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Olive Kalp Mathews, Sept. 21, 1972.
MATHEWS— Friends of Bryan Mathews of Mount Pleasant, R. D. 4, who died Thursday, May 9, 1974, may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday at the Luther J. Grimm Funeral Home, 306 W. Main St., Mount Pleasant. The body will be taken to the Mount Pleasant Church of God to lie in state from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday, the hour of the funeral, with the Rev. Earl F. Show officiating. Interment in Calvary Cemetery near Champion.
Out of about 400 members, 300 attended the 12th annual reunion of the Matthews family held Thursday at Shady Grove park. The committee in charge had provided many amusements for the entertainment of the guests and a most enjoyable time was had. Races were held and different games were played. Prizes were awarded as follows: Clothesline contest, Mrs. Charles Martin of Dunbar; cake walk, Miss Mary Vardell; largest cake, Mrs. Elizabeth Conway; 100-yard race for girls, Miss Helen Wood of Connellsville; 100-yard race for boys, Clarence Pratt of Uniontown. In the morning addresses were made by Attorneys D. W. McDonald and George B. Jeffries of Uniontown. Thomas H. Matthews of Percy, president of the organization delivered the address of welcome.
In the world war the family was represented by 17 members. One of the soldiers, Clyde Matthews, was drowned when he stepped off a footbridge which had been hurriedly constructed for a quick advance upon the enemy. The other service men who registered yesterday were: John W. Matthews, John Evans, Thomas Evans, Charles McNatt, Daniel Conn, Ralph Conn, Ora Hanan, William Hanan, Robert Ray Holland and James Martin. A letter from Chaplain L. M. Schorn of the 60th Infantry to John W. Matthews, cousin of the dead soldier, under the date of July 4th, from Esch, Luxemburg, was read. It follows:
“Your letter to the Graves Registration Bureau about your cousin was referred to me for action. The troops of our regiment were ordered to cross the Meuse river and canal. After trying several times to get up bridges, which were always blown up by the Germans, a small foot bridge was slung across. Some of Company H’s troops got across in the night. Clyde Matthews was drown, most likely walking off the bridge into the river as the night was very dark. “He was a brave soldier, ready to go ahead no matter how great the danger. The machine gun and artillery fire was terrible and still our men crossed. General Pershing characterized this feat as one of the greatest in history. Men swam the river when no bridges were at hand. It was a glorious deed and you can feel proud to know that your cousin so nobly gave his life. May God bless you.”
Officers elected were: President, R. N. Matthews; secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Conway; treasurer, Charles Reishel. The history of the Matthews family in this country dates back to 1740. In that year Giles Matthew settled in this vicinity near what is now Trotter. It was then a wilderness. He immigrated from Germany. Mr. Matthews married Miss Margaret Beatty, who was also from this section.
Marjorie Isabella Lee Mathews, 67, of California, Pa., died Monday, June 12, 1995, in Washington Hospital. Surviving are her husband, Edward C. Mathews; two daughters, Linda Lee Leeper of Laurel, Md., and Kimberly Kay Draper of California, Pa.; four grandchildren; one great grandson; and one brother, James Lee of Royal, Pa. Friends will be received in the John E. Greenlief Funeral Home, 323 Fourth St., California, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Thursday until 11 a.m., the hour of service.
MATHIAS, ALBREY E. (BUNK)— Friends are being received in the Edward E. Minerd Funeral Home, 196 West Main St., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday until 1 p.m., the hour of service, with Rev. Edward Pollick and Rev. Rufus Peer officiating. Interment in Johnson Chapel Cemetery, Confluence. Menallen Grange, 1091 will hold services tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Lena "Robin" Hanan Mathias, 55, died Monday, Feb. 1, 2010, after an arduous battle with cancer. She was the daughter of Patricia Hooker, of Baltimore, Md.; loving mother of Alvin Jr., Matthew, David and wife, Lisa; beloved grandmother of Alvin, Jacob, Katelyn, Kyleigh, Anthony, Brandon, Jacob, Michael and Rayne; loved sister of Peggy Bryner, of Dunbar, William Hanan, of Belle Vernon, Judy Hall, of Belle Vernon, Dennis Hanan, of Elizabeth, Francis Hanan, of Belle Vernon, Cathy Metcalf, of Shippensburg, and Betty Wills, of Vanderbilt; and special friend of Don Lavrich. She was predeceased by her father, William James Hanan; and sister, Sandy.
Family and friends are invited to celebrate her life at 10 a.m. Saturday at the BURHANS-CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville St., Dunbar, PA 15431. Interment at Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Dunbar, with Pastor Lee Maley officiating.
Nellie B. Mathias, 84, of Connellsville, died Tuesday at her home. Surviving is a son, Alvin G. Mathias Jr. of Cheverly, Md.; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Friends will be received in the Paul G. Fink Funeral Home Inc., 418 N. Pittsburgh St., Connellsville until 1:30 p.m. today.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– June 10, 1910
Died—– June 5, 1995
Ralph A. Mathias, age 72, of Mulberry Street, Scottdale, died Friday, March 29, 1996, at Westmoreland Regional Hospital, Greensburg. He was born Sept. 30, 1923, in Mount Pleasant, a son of the late Arthur and Emma Kline Mathias. Ralph was a retired yardman and grader, having worked at Scottdale Wood Products for 35 years, retiring in 1986. He was a veteran of World War II, serving his country in the U.S. Army at Purma, India. He was awarded the Bronze Star, Good Conduct Medal, Victory Medal, the Meritorious Unit Award and the Pacific Theater Service Medal. He was a long-time member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Mount Pleasant. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Virginia M. Hixson Mathias, whom he married May 7, 1950; one daughter Mrs. Kenneth (Linda) Colbert of Mount Pleasant, R.D. 2; and one granddaughter, Megan Beth Colbert. Family and friends will be received at the ROBERT B. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, today from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Additional viewing will be held at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 822 West Main St., Mount Pleasant, on Monday from 10 to 11 a.m., the hour of funeral services there, with his pastor the Rev. Dale L. Dickerson officiating. Graveside committal service and interment will follow in Scottdale Cemetery with full military honors accorded by the Southmoreland Veteran’s Association.
Virginia M. Hixson Mathias, 70, of Mulberry St., Scottdale, and a native of Everson, passed away Sunday evening, April 20, 1997, in Westmoreland Regional Hospital, Greensburg. She is survived by her mother, Loretta M. Slavin Hixson of Uniontown; her daughter, Linda Mathias Colbert and husband, Kenneth, of Mount Pleasant R.D. 2 and their daughter, Megan Beth Colbert; her brother, James E. Hixson Sr. and wife, Mary, of Scottdale; and two nephews. Family and friends will be received at the Robert B. Ferguson Funeral Home, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, today from 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Thursday, April 24, until 9:30 a.m.
Miss Caroline MATHIOT died in 1938. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Caroline Mathiot, a former resident of Smithfield, Fayette county, Pennsylvania, died at her home, 1039 Galloway street, Pacific Palisades, California, on Tuesday, January 18, 1938, following a short illness. The funeral will be at Mendenhall Chapel Santa Monica, California, on Friday afternoon, January 21, at 2 o'clock with burial in Forest Lawn cemetery.
Miss Mathiot was in her ninetieth year, having been born in Smithfield November 8, 1848 a daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mathiot. She spent her entire life in Smithfield until 1920 when she moved to California. Surviving her are two sisters, Mrs. William A. Longanecker and Miss Perle A. Mathiot, both now residing in California.
War Department announces names of the following district soldiers killed in action in the European area: Cpl. John A. Balaban, Connellsville,; Pfc. Harold K. Cobb, Brownsville; Pfc. Harry O. Evans, Scottdale; Pfc. Vito M. Graziano, Jr., Dunbar; Pfc. Raymond H. Grummer, Fayette City; Staff Sgt. John J. Juran, East Millsbore; Pvt. Harry C. Mathis, Connellsville; Pvt. William H. Rankin, Brownsville; Pfc. Emil W. Sadlek, Mather; Capt. James W. Williams, Dunbar.
Georgie Emile MATON died in 1935. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(15)
GEORGE EMILE MATON
Georgie Emile Maton, One of the most widely known and highly respected residents of Point Marion, died suddenly at 12:30 o'clock, Thursday afternoon, January 3, 1935. In his home only a short time after returning from his morning's work.
Mr. Maton was a native of Jaumet, Belgium having been born there August 20, 1866. After serving several years with the King's Army in the Belgian Congo, he returned and took up the glass trade. He went to Point Marion with the advent there of the handmade window glass industry. He also served for a number of years as doorman at Barney's theater.
Surviving are: his widow, Mary Maton, and two daughters, Mrs. Anna Fahey and Miss Georgianna Maton.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later
January 4, 1935
Charles Matosky, 85, of 41 Sycamore St., Ellsworth, and a native of Wilkes Barre, Pa., died Saturday evening in Canonsburg Hospital, Canonsburg, Pa. He is survived by a son, Gregory Matosky and his wife, Dolores, and their two sons, Michael Matosky and Scott Matosky, all of Westerville, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Sue Matosky Merichko of Cokeburg, Pa.; and three brothers, George Matosky and William Matosky both of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Steve Matosky of Bedford Heights, Ohio. Friends will be received in the Greenlee Funeral Home, 619 Main St., Bentleyville, on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday until 10 a.m.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– September 18, 1909
Died—– December 31, 1994
DIED— On the morning of Saturday 29th ult. Mr. Harvey Matson, of Union township.
Michael R. Matson, 40, of Scottdale died Saturday in his home. He is survived by his parents, James B. and Mildred Farren Matson of Youngwood; his wife, Sheryl Cannon Matson; two daughters, Shannon M. and Amy A. Matson, and two sons, Patrick R. and Jason R. Matson, all at home; a brother, Kevin J. of Everson; a sister, Mrs. William D. (Melissa) “Missy” Greenberg of Greensburg; his maternal grandmother, Gladys Farren of Kirtland, Ohio, and his paternal grandmother, Edith Matson of Avonmore R.D. 1. Friends will be received at the C. Richard McCauley Funeral Home Inc., Youngwood, until 10 a.m. today.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– July 23, 1956
Died—– January 4, 1997
Helen Jean Pavlak Mattei, 72, of Carmichaels R.D. 1 and a native of Nemacolin, Pa., died Monday, April 28, 1997, in Greene County Memorial Hospital, Waynesburg. She is survived by five children: Mrs. Deborah Mattei Chulick and husband, Dennis, of Clarksville, Pa., Dennis J. Mattei of Waynesburg, Pa., Attilio Mattei Jr., Allan Mattei, and Rachelle Mattei all of Carmichaels; six grandchildren; and a brother, Walter Pavlak of New York state. The family will receive friends at the Paul Michael Lesako Funeral Home Inc., 204 Dowlin Ave., Carmichaels, Pa., on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday, May 1, until 9:30 a.m.
MATTEI, JESSIE E.— Friends will be received in the Paul M. Lesako Funeral Home, Inc., 204 Dowlin Ave., Carmichaels, this evening from 7 to 9 p.m. A prayer service will be held, in the funeral home, at 9:30 a.m., on Thursday, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m., in St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church of Crucible, with the Rev. Fr. Michael Suslowicz as celebrant. Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery of Crucible. A Parish Wake Service will be held this evening at 8:15 p.m.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– February 24, 1918
Died—– January 15, 1997
Mrs. Aldora Matthews, 84 years old, wife of Thomas H. Matthews, died at 11:20 o'clock Monday night at her home in Mt. Independence after a lingering illness. The family had resided in that area for more than 55 years. She is survived by her husband and four children: Mrs. J. H. Stanley of Belle Vernon, Mrs. Elizabeth Conway at home, Mrs W. E. Stevenson of Washington, D. C., and Glenn Wilson at home. There are also four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home. Interment will be in Searing Cemetery near Mount Independence.
Barry Elsworth Matthews, of Richmond, Virginia, passed away Thursday, May 17, 2007, to be with our Lord. He was 66 years old. He was born September 16, 1940, in Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, the son of George T. Matthews and Ruth O'Neal Matthews. A graduate of Uniontown High School, he entered the United States Marine Corps in 1958 and served until 1962. Barry was the C.E.O. for over forty years of Matthews Materials Handling Systems, in Richmond, Virginia. He was a member of the James River Retriever Club, an avid sportsman and chef. Barry was a loving, devoted grandfather, father, husband, and brother. He was so proud to be from Uniontown. He is survived by his mother, Ruth O'Neal Matthews Genelli, of Uniontown, Pa.; his three sisters: Judy Guseman, Louise Brashear, and Peggy Matthews; as well as his wife, of 46 years, Marilyn Coffman Matthews; his two sons: Brett Matthews, U.S.M.C., and Brandon Matthews; and his grandsons: Dalton Matthews and Hunter Matthews. A Memorial Service will be held at the WEST CHAPEL of the BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 11020 West Broad Street, Glen Allen, Virginia, on Saturday, May 26, 2007, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Dr. Robert Bluford will officiate. Flag folding and presentation of the flag will be made to his mother and to his wife, and Taps will be played. A reception will be held at the Raintree Swim and Racquet Club immediately following the Service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Barry Elsworth Matthews to: VMI Foundation, Post Office Box 932, Lexington, Va., 24450.
Betty Humphrey Caruso Matthews, 74, of Uniontown died Sunday, Aug. 13, 1995, in Uniontown Hospital. She was born March 6, 1921, in Fairchance, daughter of Calvin and Ora Hoon Humphrey. Besides her parents, she was also predeceased by her first husband, Guy T. Caruso, three brothers and six sisters. She is survived by her husband, James E. Matthews; three sons, Guy Caruso Jr. of Reston, Va.; Richard Caruso of Phoenix, Ariz., and Chris Caruso of Reston, Va.; two daughters, Mrs. Frank (Carole) Donini of McMurray and Joyce Caruso of Gaithersburg, Md.; two stepdaughters, Mary Lynn Matthews of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and Carol Lee Matthews of Morgantown, W.Va.; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. There will be no public visitation. Private arrangements are under direction of the JEROME W. SHELL FUNERAL HOME, Uniontown.
Charles Matthews, 57 years old, died at 11:30 o'clock Friday morning at his home at Davistown, near Indian Head, after a two-year illness. He was born September 1, 1888, at Davistown, a son of the late Lemuel and Sarah Wissinger Matthews, and had spent all of his life at Davistown. He was a carpenter by occupation. Besides, his widow, Mrs. Arda Caton Matthews.
He is survived by four children, Eugene, Donald, Dorothy and Floyd, all of Indian Head, and one grandchild. Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Alverda Dumbauld of Deshler, Ohio, Mrs. Florence Fletcher of Indian Head and Mrs. Ruth Halfhill of Connellsville R. D. 2.
A private funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home with relatives attending. Rev. William Beal, pastor of Davistown Evangelical Church, will officiate. Friends will be received at the home until noon Monday. Burial will be made in Mount Calvary.
Charles Ruben 'Bus' Matthews
Charles Ruben 'Bus' Matthews, 61 of Mt. Independence, Pa., born March 23, 1951, Connellsville, Pa., went to be with his Lord and Savior on June 7, 2012 after a long and well fought battle with his illness. Beloved husband of 43 years to Carole McGregor Matthews and loving father of Mark and John and special friend Jessica Crayton, Ruby and husband Melvin Wolfe; Cherished grandfather of Katie, Shane, Justina, Melanie, Mike, Chrissy and Joey; dear great-grandfather of A'Dianha and McCayla Dawn (born June 7, 2012). He is survived by the following brothers and sisters, Josephine Halfhill, Ray and Linda Matthews, Paul and Karen Matthews, Sally and Dan Hair, Curt and Bonnie Matthews, Julia and Jim Hair, Darlene and Frank Hawk, Gary and Sue Matthews, Perry and Brenda Matthews, Sondra and Scott Rodeheavor and numerous special nieces and nephews; aunts and uncles: Ralph and Joann McClain, Toots and Raymond Lowry and Ernie Wadsworth and several cousins. Preceded in death by parents, William and Jean Matthews, father-in-law Dale McGregor and brother-in-law, Phil Halfhill. He had a special love and admiration for Glenn Bryner, Flo Alkire, all of his garage friends and racing buddies and his wife's family.
He was employed by Anchor Hocking Glass for 16 years before being diagnosed with chronic myelogenous leukemia We would like to thank all of our friends that sent well wishes and supported all of our fundraisers during the last 28 years since his diagnosis. One of Bus' greatest joys was driving his #5 race car at Roaring Knob. He never won a lot of trophies, but the friends he made at the track were worth more to him than any trophy, especially his pit crew. He received more attention than anyone with his large sponsor sign: 'SPONSORED BY WIFE'. His love of hunting was known far and wide. The young boys he helped mold in to great hunters started with his younger brothers, sons, grandson, nephews and dear friends. You weren't considered a good hunter unless you made it to the woods with Bus. He could tell a hunting story like no other. The trips to Wyoming, Colorado and mainly West Virginia with his six brothers and brothers-in-law made stories that will be told for generations. Hunting with Bus was a true adventure. Words can never describe what his garage meant to him. Even the last few weeks when walking became impossible, he would have someone drive him over to the garage. He looked forward to the guys who came for coffee and conversation every day. He so enjoyed his Friday night Blue Grass Music buddies. Bus never learned to play an instrument, but he really enjoyed the music. One of Bus' favorite songs was Amazing Grace which they always made the last song of the night.
From early in the morning until maybe early the next morning if the situation called for it, you would find Bus under a car. The vehicles that passed through his doors were unbelievable. I doubt there is anyone on the mountain that could say they never asked Bus for help in some way on their car, even if it was just a question. He had people show up that nobody knew to have him work on their car. If he had the money for labor (and a lot of times the parts), he would have been a self made millionaire! If you didn't have the money he would just say 'Don't worry, we'll catch up the next time.' One of his dearest friends, Glenn Bryner, has been there consistently for the last 28 years. When Bus had leukemia in 1983, Glenn was there to help him through very difficult times and the good times in that garage. That friendship never waivered.
Bus was truly a man of many talents, but his greatest gift was his word. He always left you feeling you knew you could come to him for anything, and we all did. He was the go to man. Whether near or far, Bus would go the distance and you NEVER had to ask twice. The pride Bus felt of his family can never be described. He loved each and every one dearly. Money never meant a thing to Bus, but mention a family member and the love and pride he showed made him the richest man on earth. So now Bus, you rest high on that mountain, because yes, your work on earth is done.
Friends will be received in the BURHANS - CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville St., Dunbar, PA, Sunday, 2-9 and Monday, 12- 9. Additional visitation Tuesday 10-11 a.m., the hour of Service in the COVE RUN FREE METHODIST CHURCH (Yauger Hollow) with Pastor Dale Eckenrode and Pastor Roger Yeager officiating. Interment in Zaring - Matthews Cemetery. PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO THE CHURCH TUESDAY.
Eleanor Yauger Matthews, age 77, of Lemont Furnace, Pa., passed away Monday evening, May 11, 2009 in the Uniontown Hospital. She was born December 31, 1931 in Yauger Hollow, Lemont Furnace, Pa., the daughter of the late William Yauger and Minnie Franks Yauger. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sisters: Beatrice Hanan Gaskill and Gladys Weaver; her brothers: Charles Yauger, James Yauger, Harold Newt Yauger, Enoch Yauger and Marvin Yauger. Eleanor attended the Cove Run Free Methodist Church. She previously worked for the Keystone Fire Works Company.
Eleanor is survived by her beloved husband and best friend of 55 years, George H. Matthews; her sister, Margaret Raymond of Lemont Furnace, Pa.; loving nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends.
Friends will be received in the KEZMARSKY FUNERAL HOME, 71 Pennsylvania Avenue, Uniontown, Pa. today, May 13, 2009 from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday, May 14, 2009 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services for Friday will be announced. Interment follows in Sylvan Heights Cemetery.
Fannie MATTHEWS died in 1931. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Mrs. Fannie E. Matthews, aged 55, died Tuesday, September 22, 1931, of complications following an operation in the Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh. Mrs. Matthews was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin deforest of Fairchance and a sister of E. R. deforest and Mrs. George H. Bortz, both of Uniontown.
Funeral services will be held in the home, 1068 Blackadore avenue, Wilkinsburg. Burial, which will be private, will be in a Wilkinsburg cemetery.
George H. Matthews, age 81 of Lemont Furnace, Pa., passed away peacefully on Christmas morning, Saturday, December 25, 2010 in the Uniontown Hospital. He was born July 22, 1929 in Mt. Braddock, Pa., the son of the late George Matthews and Anna Krichbaum Matthews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Eleanor Matthews on May 11, 2009 and a sister, Geraldine Varndell. George attended Cove Run Free Methodist Church. George is survived by nieces: Jamie Stiner and Husband Stephen and their children: Stephanie and Morgan and Linda Gergley and her husband Ron and their children: Amy and Michael; other loving nieces and nephews and their families and friends. Friends will be received in the KEZMARSKY FUNERAL HOME, 71 Pennsylvania Avenue, Uniontown, on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday morning until 10 am the Hour of Service with Rev. Paul Eckenroad as celebrant. Interment follows in Sylvan Heights Cemetery, Uniontown.
Mrs. Iva V. Matthews, 60, of Grindstone resident for the past 27 years, formerly of Brownsville, died at 2:15 p.m. Saturday in Presbyterian University Hospital, Pittsburgh, after a brief illness. She was born Oct. 6, 1906, at Connellsville, a daughter of the late James and Elizabeth Cook Swink. She was a member of the Grindstone Christian Church. Surviving are four sons; four daughters, including Mrs. Sylvia Broadwater of Grindstone; 14 grandchildren; seven sisters, including Mrs. Flora Mae Foulks and Mrs. Mary Naylor of Webster and Mrs. Mabel Higginbotham of Brownsville, and two brothers. Her husband, Charles E. Matthews, died May 13, 1949.
The funeral for James Newton Matthews of Cove Run was held this afternoon with a short service at the late home at 1:30 o'clock and an additional service at 2 o'clock at Cove Run Free Methodist Church followed by internment in the church cemetery.
Mr. Matthews, 47 years of age, died Sunday. There are two sons, Robert and Duncan, both of Youngstown, and the following sisters and brother; Mrs. E.E. Harford, Uniontown; Mrs. George Layhew, Lemont; Mrs. Frank Colbert, San Francisco, CA, and Aaron T. Matthews of Percy. His mother Mrs. Rachel Matthews also survives.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA, Tuesday, February 22, 1927, page 6, column 3
Contributed by Marilyn Tolentino <SFFoster at aol.com>
MATTHEWS. At his home in Saltlick Twp. on Thursday, February 7th, 1901, Lemuel Matthews, aged 55 years. Deceased was the owner of the flour mills at Valley Mills and a prominent resident of the Twp. He leaves seven children: Mrs. John F. Dumbauld of Champion; Mrs. H. R. Adams and Mrs. Jesse Miller of Valley Mills and William, Florence, Charles and Ruth at home. Death was caused by heart trouble after an illness of several weeks. Deceased served a term as School Director. He was a member of the Jr. O.U.A.M. The funeral will take place on Sunday at 10 A.M. Interment in Mt. Olive Cemetery. Rev. McCaulley will conduct the services at Mt. Calvary Church.
Connellsville Weekly Courier, Feb. 8, 1901
Contributed by Helen Claverie <hclaverie at hotmail.com>
Mrs. Mary Martin Matthews, wife of Reuben Matthews, deceased, died at her home near Percy, Wednesday afternoon, November 25, 1925. She is survived by two sons, Cambridge and William. Her husband and three children preceded her in death. She is also survived by the following brothers and sisters; Mrs. Phoebe McDowell, Mrs. Amanda McDowell, Mrs. Amelia West, Samuel Martin, James X. Martin and Reuben N. Martin. Funeral services will be held at her home this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Searing Cemetery.
Mary Martin Matthews, 83 years old, died Wednesday at noon in her home at Independence School, near Dunbar. Mrs. Matthews is survived by two sons, Cambridge T., and William H., both at home; three sisters, Mrs. Amelia West, Mrs. Willis McDowell and Mrs. Amanda McDowell; three brothers, Samuel Martin of Coolspring, Reuben Martin of West Virginia and James Martin of Republic and six grandchildren. The funeral services were held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the late home with Rev. E. Minerd officiating
Notes from contributor:
Mother–Sarah Lane Martin
Phoebe Bryner Matthews, age 71, a resident of Dunbar, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, passed away on Saturday, March 22, 2008, in Cherry Tree Nursing Center, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, where she had been residing. She was born May 28, 1936, in Dunbar, Pennsylvania, daughter of Walter Bryner and Violet Martin Bryner.
She was predeceased by her father, her husband, Billy Matthews, three sons, Kevin Matthews, William Matthews, and Bruce Matthews, daughter, Nancy Hull, brother, Jim Bryner, and a grandson, Jeff.
She is survived by her mother, a resident of Cherry Tree Nursing Center; daughters: Robin Gerhardt and her husband, Jeff, of Smock, Fayette County, Pa., and Cindy Matthews, of Scottdale, Westmoreland County, Pa.; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; brothers: Luther Bryner, Eddie Bryner, Charles Bryner, Henry Bryner, and Walter Bryner; sister Mary Stone; nieces and nephews.
Family and friends will be received in the BURHANS-CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville Street, Dunbar, Pennsylvania, tonight from 7 to 9 p.m., on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Wednesday, March 26, 2008, until 11 a.m., the hour of service. Pastor Dale Redick of Bible Baptist Church will officiate. Interment follows in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Dunbar.
Robert N. Matthews, 80, of Mt. Independence, died at his home. He was born January 12, 1900 in Mt. Independence, a son of the late Charles and Emma Zebley Matthews. He is survived by his wife, Tracy Hughes Matthews; four sons, Thomas, Frank and Charles Ray of Mt. Independence and Melvin of Uniontown; two daughters, Mrs. Merle (Lena Mae) Crossland and Mrs. Orville (Maxine) Gibbs both of Mt. Independence; 29 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren, one great- great-grandchild; two brothers, Henry of Mt. Braddock and William C. of Mt. Independence; three sisters, Melissa Triplet of Dunedin, Fl. and Mae Crawford and Zelda Hager of Mt. Independence. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Mary Newcomer and Edith Rishell. Burial in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Dunbar.
Rosemarie McNatt Matthews, 86, of Uniontown, Pa., and formerly of Mount Independence, Pa., passed away Saturday, May 1, 2004 in Beverly Health Care, Uniontown. She was born August 25, 1917 in Mount Braddock, Pa., daughter of Henry and Sally (Swaney) McNatt. Rose was a longtime member of The Church of God on Route 51.
She was predeceased by her husband, William Herbert Matthews in 1983, her brother, Lester McNatt, a great-granddaughter, and her parents.
Surviving are three children: Alpharetta Konicki and husband Stanley, Rose Elma Bell, and William Henry Matthews all of Lemont Furnace, Pa.; 10 grandchildren: Delbert Bell of South Carolina, Denise Satanek of Uniontown, Pa., Pamela Metts of Lemont Furnace, Rose Johnson of Washington, D.C., William Matthews of Lemont Furnace, Michele Sokol of Uniontown, Bart Matthews of Michigan, Debbie Goudy of Chalk Hill, Pa., Bret Matthews of Uniontown, and Sally Matthews of Lemont Furnace; 11 great-grandchildren; two sisters and one brother: Henrietta McNatt Blosser of West Leisenring, Pa., Agnes McNatt Gogola of New Salem, Pa., and Elmer McNatt of Ohio.
Friends will be received in the DONALD R. CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, Hopwood, Pa., today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Visitation continues Tuesday, May 4, in CHURCH OF GOD on Route 51 from Noon until 1 p.m. Services will begin at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Elliott C. Leighty officiating. Interment will follow in Zaring Cemetery, Mount Independence, Pa.
©The Herald Standard 2004, Uniontown, PA, no date given
Contributed by Marilyn Tolentino <SFFoster at aol.com>
MATTHEWS — At his home in Saltlick Twp. on Tuesday night, January 8, 1901, Samuel Matthews, aged nearly 84 years. Deceased was one of the best known residents of the mountain district in North Fayette Co. and bordering on the Westmoreland Co. line. Two sons and a daughter survive him. Lemuel of Valley Mills and James of Jones Mills and Annie Newell of Champion. Matthews made his home with his daughter since the death of his wife several years ago. Deceased was not only a man of wide acquaintance and popularity in his neighborhood, but he was also possessed of considerable fortune. When he retired from active life a number of years ago he divided most of his real estate among his children, believing that to be the better plan, so that in life he could watch with enjoyment the fruits of his labor handed down to his children. Besides his real estate in Saltlick Twp. Matthews owned stock in two Pittsburgh bridge companies and one or two other good paying corporations. One son, William was killed in the Civil War. Matthews was born and raised in the mountain district where he made his home for life. The funeral services will be conducted at the home of his daughter today. Interment will be in Court Graveyard on Four Mile Run.
Mrs. Sarah Wissinger Matthews 74 years old, died at noon Wednesday at Davistown in the Indian Creek valley, after a long illness. Mrs. Matthews had been blind for more than a year and during the past two months was confined to her bed. Her husband Lemuel Matthews, died 27 years ago. In addition to two sisters Mrs. Sophia Bungard of White and Mrs. Lewis EIster ot Pittsburg, she is survived by the following children Mrs. John F. Dumbauld of Deshler, Ohio, Mrs. H. R. Adams of Davistown, Mrs. Emory Pletcher of Somerset, Miss Ruth Matthews of Connellsville, Charles of Davistown and Will of Hostettler. Twenty grandchlldren and 10 great grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Matthews was a member of the Evangelical Church at Davistown. The funeral service will be held at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Davlstown Evangelical Church. Rev. Frank Hollenbaugh. the church pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in the Calvary Cemetery at Champion.
The Daily Courier, Feb. 9, 1928, p. 6
Contributed by Helen Claverie <hclaverie at hotmail.com>
Theodore MATTHEWS died in 1927. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb
Obituary Published in The Morning Herald on Tuesday September 6, 1927 page 3
T. P. MATTHEWS
T. P. Matthews aged 74 years, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. Wl Cramer of Balsinger, Sunday afternoon, September 4, 1927, at 12:50 o'clock, following an illness of a complication of disease. In-addition to Mrs. Cramer, he is survived by the following children:
John Matthews of Uniontown, Mrs. Roy Sullivan of Fairmont; Joseph Matthews of Balsinger; Charles Matthews of Merrittstown. He is also survived by three grandchildren, Mildred and Mary Lee Sullivan of Fairmont and Lyda Cramer of Balsinger; three brothers, Edward Matthews of Clarksburg, W. Va, Melvin M. Matthews of Dante, Va.; and George Matthews, address unknown.
Funeral services will be held in the Cramer home this afternoon at 1 o'clock with Rev. R. G. Manley officiating assisted by the Rev. Mr. Bolon of Ohio. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Tracy Hughes Matthews, 87, of Mount Independence, Pa., died Friday, June 13, 2003 in Highlands Hospital, Connellsville, Pa. She was born August 8, 1915 in Dunbar Township, Fayette County, Pa., daughter of William Hughes and Lottie Friend Hughes. Tracy was the retired Owner/Operator of the Clover Farm Grocery Store in Mount Independence. She was a member of Pillar of Fire Church in Mount Braddock and attended Cove Run Free Methodist Church in Yauger Hollow. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert N. Matthews in 1980 and parents. Tracy was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by two Sons: Melvin H. Matthews and wife Lois, Uniontown, Pa., and Franklin D. Matthews Sr. and wife Barbara, Mount Braddock, Pa.; two Step Daughters: Lena Mae Crossland and Maxine Gibbs and husband, Ross Gibbs Sr., of Mount Independence; one Step Son, Thomas O. Mathews, Mount Independence; five Grandchildren: Gregory Matthews and wife Christy, Marcy Matthews Popson, Pam Matthews Crum and husband John, Cindy Mathews, Frank Matthews Jr. and wife Mary; eight Great Grandchildren: Shawn Popson, Savannah Matthews, Joshua Gregory Matthews, Tiffani Crum, Danielle Crum, Marissa Matthews, Molly Matthews, and Sarah Matthews; several Step Grandchildren and Step Great Grandchildren; Nieces and Nephews. Friends will be received in the BURHANS-CROUSE FUNERAL HOME, 28 Connellsville Street, Dunbar, Pa., this evening from 7 to 9 p.m., Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday, June 17, until 11 a.m., the hour of Service with Pastor Roger Yeager officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Auburn Cemetery.
William David Matthews, 40, of Uniontown, PA, died Monday, January 28, 2002, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He was born July 29, 1961 in Denver Colorado, son of Phoebe Bryner Matthews of Connellsville and the late Billy Ray Matthews.
Besides his father, he was preceded in death by brothers, Kevin and Bruce Matthews, a daughter, Tina Marie Matthews, maternal grandfather Walter Bryner and paternal grandparents, William David and Dessie Matthews.
Besides his mother he is survived by his maternal grandmother, Violet Bryner, his wife Barbara McFadden Matthews of Aliquippa; children, William David Matthews, Jr., Wesley Matthews, Tiffany Matthews and Jerry Glass; granddaughter, Libby Glass: sisters, Robin Gerhardt and husband Jeff, of Smock, Nancy Hall of Connellsville, Cindy Matthews of Uniontown.
Friends will be received at Burhans-Crouse Funeral Home, 29 Connellsville Street, Dunbar. Internment will be in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Dunbar.
Peter MATTHIS died in 1918. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.
Word was received here Wednesday by PHILIP STENGER of the death of his brother-in-law, PETER MATTHIS, of San Diego, California. Death resulted from a paralytic stroke. In addition to his widow, the deceased is survived by one son, CHARLES, both in San Diego. PETER MATTHIS was known for having been a pattern maker for the Connellsville Machine and Car Co. at one time. He was a native of France. After living in this city a number of years, he left in 1905.
Courier Thursday, 11-28-1918
The funeral for Mrs. Julia Matto, 42 years old, of Star Junction, who died Sunday at Connellsville State Hospital, was conducted this afternoon with brief rites at the home and full rites at the Star Junction Methodist Church in charge of Rev. Stephen Muranyi of Brownsville and Rev. D. C. Robbins. Burial was made in Mount Washington Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Daniel; three children, Lieutenant Daniel of Camp Pickett, Va., Elmer with the U. S. Navy at Bethany College and Ruth at home, two sisters and four brothers.
Mrs. Josephine Matuszek, 48, wife of John Matuszek, died Monday afternoon at her home at New Salem.
Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Matuszek, aged 48, who died Monday afternoon, August 22, 1938, will be conducted at 8:30 Thursday morning at the home in New Salem, with additional rites to follow at 9 o’clock in St. Thomas R. C. church, Footedale. Rev. Fr. Leo Buza will be celebrant and burial will be in the church cemetery.
Frank Matz, 81, of Fairhope, Belle Vernon, and formerly of Tridelphia, W.Va., died Sunday morning in Westmoreland Manor, Greensburg. He is survived by his wife, Grace Smitley Matz, two sons, Harry Matz and his wife, Linda, of Ravenna, Ohio, and Ronald Matz and his wife, Wanda, of Lynnwood, Belle Vernon, Pa., two grandsons, two granddaughters, one great- granddaughter, one brother, Nicholas Matz of Long Branch, two sisters, Mary Matz of Allenport, Pa., and Anna Matz Brown of Amhurst, Ohio. Friends will be received in the Howard W. McCrory Funeral Home, 334 main St. at Cook, Fayette City, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Wednesday until 1 p.m.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– February 1, 1915
Died—– February 4, 1996
James Richard Mauk, 66, of Connellsville, passed away peacefully Monday, July 19, 2010, at his home, while surrounded and comforted by his loving family. He was born Sept. 7, 1943, in Scottdale, a son of the late Lance and Amelia Warrick Mauk. James was a longtime resident of Connellsville. He was a former employee of Baughman's Garage, and a member of First Assembly of God Church in Scottdale.
James will be sadly missed, but fondly remembered by his loving family; his wife of 47 years, Hazel C. Gemas Mauk; his children, Richard Andrew Mauk and fiancé, Shelli, of Bear Rocks, and Tina Marie Hixson and husband, Kenneth Ray, of Scottdale; his grandchildren, Heather Egenoauf and husband, Gary, and James Saxon Jr. and wife, Tara, all of Connellsville, Richard A. Zelmore and wife, Carrie, and Misty Mauk, all of Mt. Pleasant; seven great-grandchildren; his brother, Charles Mauk and wife, Arline, of Connellsville; his sister, Shirley Swager, of Oklahoma; and numerous nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, James was predeceased by his sisters, Hazel Richter and Freda Overton; and his brothers, Oliver, William and George Mauk.
Family and friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, where a funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday with the Rev. Dr. Dale Porterfield officiating. A committal service and interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville.
Matt Maupin, aged 67, colored, died Wednesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. S. Amos of 13 West Crawford avenue, Connellsville. Funeral services will be conducted in the Payne A. M. E. church, Connellsville, Saturday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Rev. J. W. Jarvis will be in charge. Burial will be in a Connellsville cemetery.
MAUST, ALLEN W.— Age 83 years, of 238 Brownfield Rd., Uniontown, died in the Uniontown Hospital Wednesday morning, December 28, 1977. He was born November 1, 1894, in Hazelton, W. Va., a son of the late William F. and Emma Fuller Maust. He was a member of the Salvation Army Citadel, Uniontown; a veteran of World War I and the UMWA. Surviving are his wife, Ida Pearl Knox Maust; two daughters, Mrs. Wilma Youler of Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs. Thelma Scott of MacDonald, Ohio; one sister, Emma Chrise of Uniontown; five step-children, John Malone and Mrs. Dolly Connors, both of Daytona Beach, Fla.; Thomas Malone of Sandusky, Ohio; Mrs. Betty Rudinsky of Uniontown, and Mrs. Barbara Lockhart of Cleveland, Ohio; eighteen grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren. Friends will be received in the Dearth Funeral Home, New Salem, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday until 11 a.m. and from 12 noon until 1:30 p.m. in the Salvation Army Citadel, 32 W. Fayette St., Uniontown, when services will be held with Major Burton Johnson and Dr. Earl P. Confer officiating. Interment in Park Place Cemetery, Uniontown.
MAUST, ALLEN W.— Friends are being received in the Dearth Funeral Home, New Salem, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday until 11 a.m and from 12 noon until 1:30 p.m. in the Salvation Army Citadel, 32 W. Fayette St., Uniontown, when services will be held with Major Burton Johnson and Dr. Earl P. Confer officiating. Interment in Park Place Cemetery, Uniontown.
A. F. Maust, 81, was found dead Sunday morning, July 20, 1941, about 10 o'clock when members of his family went to his bedroom to learn why he had not arisen. Mr. Maust, who had been making his home with a son, Norman Maust, at 51 Elm street, ate a hearty meal Saturday night and retired about 10 o'clock. He always slept late and members of the family did not become alarmed until about 10 o'clock. He had been dead about two hours. Mrs. Maust proceeded in death in 1935. In addition to his son, Mr. Maust is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Walter Sliger of Clifton Mills, W. Va. Friends are being received at the Minerd Funeral Home in East Church street, where funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock DST. Additional rites will follow in the Salem Church at 2:30 o'clock DST, Rev. Henry Glover officiating Burial will be in Thomas Cemetery, at the Salem Church.
Andrew S. MAUST died in 1937. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Andrew S. Maust, Brandonville, W.Va., died at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, February 18, 1937, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James N. Savage at Five Forks. Death resulted from complications.
The deceased was 85 years, one month and nine days old, being born January 9, 1852.
Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Sunday morning at the Salem church and burial will be in the Salem cemetery.
MAUST, ANNA MARIE—age 48 years, wife of Allen Maust, died at her home, House 8, Brownfield, Monday evening April 3, 1950 at 10:55 o'clock. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two daughters; Mrs. Samuel Youler of Uniontown and Mrs. Raymond Wilson of Fairchance; her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Sampey of Brownfield; four brothers, William, Everett and Glenn Sampey of Philadelphia; Clarence Sampey of Sarasota, Florida; two sisters, Mrs. Lester Roby of Uniontown and Mrs. William Schiffbauer of Hopwood; and five grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Ruth Alma Maust in 1922 and her father Thomas Sampey on September 7, 1947. She was a member of the Brownfield Methodist Church and the Beaverett Sunday School Class. Friends are being received in the late home, House 8, Brownfield, where prayer services will be held Thursday afternoon, April 5, at 2 o'clock, followed by additional rites at the Brownfield Methodist church, with Rev. R. F. Conners officiating. Internment will be in Park Place Cemetery, under the direction of Gleason Funeral Home.
Of the 51 miners who were in the mine at the time of the accident, 30 escaped through the man-way on the left side of the main slope. The fortunate were as follows, William Landy and two sons, William and Morris Jones, and William Yates, Barney and John Cosgrove, Patrick and Terrance Begley, who are brothers of Richard and Joseph Begley, two of the entombed unfortunates, Maurice Pine, James Miller, John McGuill, John Kerwin, Edward Condron, John Boyd, Thos Kelly, George Lowry, James Murphy and Thomas Shearen. The miners who were in the right heading number 31. Their names were as follows:
|BEGLEY, JOSEPH||DEVANNY, JOHN (1st)||McCLARY, JAMES|
|BEGLEY, RICHARD||DEVANNY, JOHN (2nd)||McCLARY, THOMAS|
|CAHILL, PATRICK||DEVLIN, PATRICK||MITCHELL, JOHN|
|CAHILL, WILLIAM||DEWEY, ELMER||McCUEN, JAMES|
|CAVANAUGH, MARTIN||EAGAN, PATRICK||McCASHION, DANIEL|
|COPE, JOHN||HAY, DAVID||McGILL, ROBERT|
|COPE, ANDREW||HAY, WILLIE||SMITH, DANIEL|
|COURTNEY, PATRICK||KENNAN, JOHN||SHEAREN, DANIEL|
|COURTNEY, JOHN||JOY, JOHN X.||SHEAREN, JAMES|
|DAVIS, DAVID||MAUST, BARNEY||TURNEY, MILTON|
The unfortunate men were residents of Dunbar and vicinity. They were chiefly of English Irish and Scotch descent, no Hungarians or Poles having ever been employed at these works. Many of them owned their neat little homes and those who were not native born were naturalized. They were a frugal honest body of workmen, and were above the average miners in intelligence and thrift. They were personally known to nearly every resident of Dunbar and vicinity. Almost all were married and fathers of families ranging in numbers from one to ten children. The following gives more in detail the condition of the families left fatherless by the sad calamity.
Article includes individual accounts for each victim. For complete text, see David Davis.
Barney Maust was married. He leaves a family of several children living in one of the company’s houses near the mine.
Body recovered two years later on April 13, 1892 along with details for identification.
BODY NO 24- BERNARD MAUST— Found on slope 31 feet above the dump and 55 feet below overcast; Head toward right side of slope; Body found between remains of trip wagons and rib slope second wagon ,in very poor condition, Check No. 29 in pocket; fine set of regular front teeth; Short foot about a size 6 shoe; woolen socks; very strong, seem to be home knit; Shoes with leather string, diagonal coar; Leather strap for belt;
Bertha Mae Maust
White, female, 18 days old
Cause of death–heart trouble
Born–May 12,1894, Brownfield
Died–May 30, 1894
Mother–Carrie Matilda Mauler Maust
MAUST, BESSIE PEARL (MARTIN)— Age 80 years, of Marshall Manor Apartments, Uniontown, passed away Tuesday, May 1, 1973, in the Uniontown Hospital. She was born in Coolspring the daughter of Samuel and Susan Springer Martin. She was a member of the Coolspring United Methodist Church and a former employee of the White Swan Hotel. She was preceded in death by her husband, Samuel Guseman in 1941. She is survived by two sons, James R. Martin of Coolspring; Albert R. Guseman of Strongville, Ohio; 11 grandchildren, 20 great- grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Kate Wilson of Upper Middletown; two brothers, Reuben and James Martin, both of Coolspring. She was predeceased by a brother Albert in 1961. Friends are being received in the Edward E. Minerd Funeral Home, 196 W. Main Street, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday May 3, in the Coolspring United Methodist Church from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. the hour of service. Dr. Earl P. Confer will officiate. Interment in Park Place Cemetery.
Betty Ann Moyer Maust, 72, of Smock, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2000, at her residence. She was born April 9, 1927, in Uniontown, a daughter of the late Harry and Elizabeth Clausner Moyer. Also preceding her in death were two grandsons.
Surviving are her husband, Lloyd A. Maust; five children, Lloyd Maust, Jr. and his wife, Nancy, of Uniontown, Patricia Evon and her husband, Michael, of Smock, Gary W. Maust and his wife, Irma, of McClellandtown, Richard Maust and his wife, Sally, and Mark Maust and his wife, Danelle, all of Smock; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers, Harry Moyer Jr. and his wife, Shirley, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Curtis Moyer and his wife, Delores, of Tulsa, Okla.; and two sisters, Joan Barchetti and her husband, Gino, of Uniontown, and Nancy Machosky and her husband, James, of Smock.
Mrs. Maust was a member of the Upper Middletown United Methodist Church and the Rebecca Lodge of Waltersburg. Friends will be received in the JEROME W. SHELL FUNERAL HOME, 164 S. Mt. Vernon Ave., Uniontown, today until 11 a.m., the hour of service, with the Rev. Timothy C. McConville officiating. Interment will follow in Sylvan Heights Cemetery.
Mrs. Catherine Ann Maust, 70, died at 11 o'clock, Sunday night at her home at Dunbar. Born August 20, 1875 in Somerset county, she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Dorothy Marsden and had lived most of her life at Dunbar. She is survived by three sons, Thomas of Mt. Braddock, Charles of Uniontown and Henry at home; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Provance of Uniontown, Mrs. Catherine Kennedy and Mrs. Leona Martin of Dunbar township; 38 grandchildren and 29 great grandchildren. There are two sisters, Mrs. Emma Harvey of Uniontown and Mrs. Ellen Laugherty of Dunbar, and one half-brother, George Conn of Connellsville. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the James T. Burhans funeral home at Dunbar with the Rev. W. S. Hamilton, pastor of the Franklin Memorial Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in the Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Mrs. Charlotte Doran Maust, 56 years old, of Dawson, was killed instantly when struck by a Baltimore & Ohio Railroad freight train, as she walked across the crossing in front of her home at 5:30 o'clock, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Maust who resided in an apartment over A. P. Turany's barber shop, was enroute to a store on the opposite side of Baltimore Street when she was killed. She apparently did not see or hear the approaching train. Her husband, William Maust, preceded her in death about four years ago. She is survived by her father Henry Doran; three sons, William Henry, with the army in England, John and Frank Henry, whereabouts unknown; one sister, Mrs. Goldie Hiles, of Connellsville, and one brother L. L. Doran of Perryopolis. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Frank B. Galley Funeral Home in charge of Rev. Leonard H. Hoover, pastor of the Dawson Methodist Church. Internment will be made in Dickerson Run Cemetery.
Mrs. Edna Newcomer Maust, aged 81, wife of Albert Maust, ended her life Friday morning, November 19, 1926, at her home following a fit of melancholy. Mrs. Maust arose early, prepared her husband’s breakfast, and then when he left the house for his work, swallowed two ounces of carbolic acid. She was found, fully dressed in bed, by her sister-in-law, Miss Catherine Maust, who entered the home at 9:45 when she failed to see anyone stirring. Mrs. Maust only recently recovered from an attack of diphtheria and she has complained on several occasions of a weak heart which she attributed to the anti-toxin injections. Although apparently on the road to health again, Mrs. Maust has appeared dejected and despondent. Friends, neighbors and members of the family tried to cheer her up but to no avail.
The investigation of Coroner S. A. Baltz shows that the woman purchased the fiery fluid at Clark’s drug store on November 13th. She had been sick. It developed, since last February and in October was suffering from diphtheria. Arising as usual at 6:30 yesterday morning the young woman secured breakfast for her husband and kissed him goodbye. There was nothing unusual aobut her demeanor. When the remains were discovered, acid burns had deeply penetrated the mouth and the left foot was also burned where the acid bottle had fallen from her hand.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Maust is survived by her parents of Redstone township and two brothers, Carl and Frank Newcomer. Mrs. Maust worked in the transcribing room at the court house for quite a while and had a host of friends in Uniontown. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
Mrs. Ella Blanche Maust died at her home, No. 236, Lemont, Friday morning at 7:50 o’clock from a complication of diseases. She was born in Dunbar 1n 1870. Mrs. Maust leaves a daughter, Flossie Mae Maust and three sons, Charles P. F., John S. and William Roosevelt and a granddaughter, Ella Blanche Hixenbaugh. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at two o’clock in Lemont church with Revs. D. E. Minerd, Weimer and Duncan preaching. Burial will be in Mt. Osborne cemetery. A brother, John S. Shipley, of Dunbar, and a sister, Flossie McVey of Lemont, are also among the survivors.
MAUST, EMILY J.— Aged 71, Brownfield, died in her home, Sunday, August 10, 1958, at 2:35 a.m. She is survived by her husband, Samuel W. Maust and these children, Della Zebula, Brownfield; Mrs. John (Nora) Burchell, Acme; Mrs. Golden (Grace) Nottingham, Masontown; Fred, Hopwood-Fairchance Road; Clarence W., and Clyde, Brownfield; a grandson, Kenneth Maust, at home; ten other grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Mary) Brooks and Miss Susan Martin, Clifton Mills, W. Va.; a brother, John Martin, Uniontown. Friends are being received in the Goldsboro Funeral Home, Fairchance, where services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. H. L. Weaver, officiating. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery.
Mrs. Emma Mast, 56 years old, died Friday morning at her home at Hutchinson. In addition to her husband and eight children, Mrs. Mast is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Belle Barnhart, of Ronco; Mrs. Rebecca Ramage, of Lemont, and Mrs. Hannah Mitchell, of Oliphant, and one brother, Adam Fuller of Ronco.
Francis S. MAUST died in 1931. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Stricken by the heat on Friday, June 26, at his home in Elliottsville, Francis S. Maust was removed to the Uniontown Hospital last Monday where he failed to respond to treatment. He died Saturday morning, July 4, 1931.
Mr. Maust was a well known farmer of Elliottsville and at the time of his death was 74 years old.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Maust and one daughter, Mrs. Flo Dennis of Chalk Hill, together with two brothers, Harry Maust of High House, and Daniel Maust of Sioux Falls, S.D., and the following nieces and nephews, Mrs. Grace Rene of High House, Mrs. J. H. Harris of Salem, Ohio; N. E., H. R., E.Q, and C.F. Maust, all of Uniontown.
Funeral services in charge of Rev. Wolfe will be held at Elliottsville this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in Brown cemetery.
Frank M. Maust, aged 73 years, died suddenly Tuesday morning, September 24, 1935, in his home at Bruceton Mills, W. Va. Surviving are his widow, Elida Jane Maust, and the following children: Mrs. May Mauler, Uniontown; Mrs. Millie Wolfe, Ohiopyle; Miss Cora Maust, Baltimore, Md., and James H. Maust, San Francisco, Cal. Funeral services were conducted at Willet church, Bruceton, this afternoon at 2 o’clock. Burial in the church cemetery.
George W. MAUST died in 1918. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
MAUST, GEORGE W.
GEORGE W. MAUST, 73 years old, died Thursday at his home in Uniontown following an illness of influenza-pneumonia. The deceased was a veteran of the Civil war and was one of Fayette countys most successful farmers. DOD 12-19-1918
Weekly Courier Wed. 12-25-1918
Harry Frankiln Maust, 17 year old son of Mr. & Mrs. Martin Maust of Dunbar, was killed early Sunday morning, probably immediately after midnight Saturday, by a train near Mt. Braddock. The body was found early Sunday by pedestrians along the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad tracks. It is believed he was riding on a train and slipped and fell between the cars. Maust's legs were amputated and his trunk badly bruised. The body was taken to Uniontown on another train. The remains were removed by undertaker J.T. Burhans to his funeral establishment late Sunday where the body was prepared for burial and then taken to the parental home.
Besides his parents, the following brothers and sisters survive: Thomas, Henry, Charles and Leona, all at home; Mrs. Raphael Wills of Dunbar and Mrs. Paul Provance of McClellandtown. The funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon from the parental home at 2 o'clock with Rev. David Minerd officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Auburn Cemetery.
Ida MAUST died in 1931. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.
MRS. IDA MAUST
Mrs. Ida Maust, aged 39 years, of 53 Wayne Avenue, Uniontown, died at the Uniontown hospital Tuesday night, April 21, 1931 at 10 o'clock of complications following an illness of four months.
She is survived by her husband, a son, Ray, her mother, Mrs. Period Herring, and several brothers and sisters.
Funeral services will be held at the late residence, Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in charge of Rev. C.C. Sollenberger, pastor of the Church of the Brethren.
James E. Maust, 58, of Markleysburg, Fayette County, Pa., passed away Monday, December 22, 2008, in his home. He was born January 20, 1950, in Bruceton Mills, W.Va., son of the late Harvey and Edith Cupp Maust. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Robert. Surviving are Harvey Maust, Jr.; sister-in-law, Thelma; a nephew, George Maust, Jr., with whom he shared his home; brothers and sisters: Woodrow Maust and wife, Linda, of Gibbon Glade, Fayette County, Pa., Carlus Maust and companion, Sue Hillen, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., George Maust, of Markleysburg, Pa., Rose Rice, of Farmington, Fayette County, Pa., Glenna Bowser, of Buckhannon, W.Va., Ada Frey and husband, Paul, Elsie Savage and husband, Foster, Susan Bates and husband, Jesse, all of Markleysburg, Pa., and several nieces and nephews. Jim will be missed. He was always there to help anyone and everyone, and he never asked why and never asked for anything in return. Friends will be received in the CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, Farmington, Pa., on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m., and Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m., and Saturday until 1 p.m., the hour of services, with Rev. Charles Teets, officiating. Interment will follow in Shady Grove Cemetery, Bruceton Mills, W.Va.
Lloyd A. Maust, Jr., 64 of Bethelboro, Pa., went to be with his Lord, October 6, 2009 at home. He was born April 24, 1945 in Uniontown, son of Lloyd A. Maust, Sr. and Betty (Moyer) Maust.
In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by his father and mother-in-law Donald P. and Eleanor Landman, two nephews, Gary Wayne Maust and Gary Maust.
Surviving are his loving wife and caregiver Nancy (Landman) Maust; one sister and three brothers: Patricia Evon of Greensburg, Gary W. Maust and wife Irma of McClellandtown, Richard Maust and wife Sally of Smock and Mark D. Maust and wife Danelle of Upper Middletown; his loving nieces and nephews: Lisa Edwards and husband Greg of Boalsburg, Pa., Julie Trayter and husband Tony of Scottdale, Shelly Gilmore and husband Brian of Perryopolis, Bethanie Hoff and husband Will of Star Junction, Gina Gilmore of Greensburg, Jacob, Brittney, Logan, Leyton Maust of Smock; his great nieces and nephews: Jackson and Ava Edwards, Zachary Trayter, Brandon and Justin Gilmore, Travis and Grace Pascale; brothers and sisters-in-law: Donald D. "Jake" Landman and wife Jean of Bethelboro, Patty Payne and husband Bob of Masontown.
Lloyd was a member of Uniontown Free Methodist Church. He graduated from Uniontown High School, Class of 1964. He had been employed with U.S. Steel Invin Works, Lockheed Aircraft and Fox Grocery. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving during Vietnam, held membership with Fayette Co. Vietnam Veterans, North Union V.F.W., Post 8543, AMVETS Post 103, Hopwood and American Legion Post 51 Uniontown. He also was a member of Hutchinson Sportsmen's Club, S. Connellsville Rod and Gun Club, Amend Gun Club and a member of West Leisenring Fire Dept. He was an avid hunter and fisherman.
Friends will be received in the DONALD R. CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, Hopwood Frday 1 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Visitation continues Saturday in UNIONTOWN FREE METHODIST CHURCH from 10 to 11 a.m., the Hour of the Service with Pastor Aaron Peternel and Pastor Eugene Cowsert and Superintendent James Jobes officiating. Vietnam Veterans of Fayette County will hold services Friday at 7:30 p.m. and will also conduct military serves at graveside. Interment will follow in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Uniontown Free Methodist Building Fund
Lloyd Amzi Maust, Sr., age 82, of Smock, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, died Saturday, December 29, 2007, at his residence. He was born November 18, 1925, in Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa. Mr. Maust was retired from United States Steel Corporation's Irvin Works after 29 years. He was a member of the Upper Middletown United Methodist Church, served honorably in the United States Army during World War II, and was a member of the General George C. Marshall AMVETS Post 103, in Hopwood, Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
Preceding him in death were his parents, Lloyd A. Maust, Sr., and Anna Gould Maust, his wife, Betty Anne Moyer Maust, two grandsons, Gary Thomas Maust and Gary W. Maust, Jr., a brother and a sister.
Surviving are five children: Lloyd A. Maust, Jr., and his wife, Nancy, of Bethelboro, Fayette County, Pa., Patricia Evon and her husband, Michael, of Greensburg, Westmoreland County, Pa., Gary W. Maust and his wife, Irma, of McClellandtown, Fayette County, Pa., Richard Maust and his wife, Sally, of Smock, Pa., and Mark D. Maust and his wife, Danelle, of Upper Middletown, Fayette County, Pa.; seven grandchildren: Shelly, Bethanie, Gina, Jacob, Brittney, Logan, and Leyton; and four great-grandchildren.
Friends will be received in the JEROME W. SHELL FUNERAL HOME, 164 South Mount Vernon Avenue, Uniontown, Pa., on Tuesday, January 1, 2008, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and on Wednesday, January 2, 2008, until 11 a.m., the hour of Service, with the Rev. Roger Howard, officiating. Interment will follow in Sylvan Heights Cemetery, Uniontown, Pennsylvania. General George C. Marshall AMVETS Post 103 will accord Military Honors and Rites at the cemetery.
Madeline Jean Branca Maust, age 75, of Uniontown, Pa., died Thursday, May 28, 2009, in UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. She was born August 18, 1931, in Brier Hill, Pa., the daughter of Domenic Branca and Angeline Gallo Branca. She was a member of Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, Uniontown. Madeline graduated from the former Redstone High School in the Class of 1951.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Paul F. Maust in 1979, two brothers, Samuel Branca and Albert Branca, and two sisters, Anna Marie Zangla and Carmella Murray. Madeline is survived by her son, Paul V. Maust and his wife Shelley of Uniontown, Pa; two grandchildren: Angeline Maust and Cody Maust; a brother, Ralph Branca of Akron, Ohio; a sister, Mary Pacelli of Hopwood, Pa.; many cousins, nieces and nephews.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOMER INC., 80 Morgantown Street, Uniontown, Pa., where Friends will be received today (Monday, June 1, 2009) from 2 until 4 p.m. and 7 until 9 p.m. Visitation will continue on Tuesday, June 2, 2009, from 10 until 10:30 a.m. followed by a Blessing Service celebrating Madelyn's life at 11 a.m. in the Funeral Home with the Rev. Father Michael J. Crookston officiating. Interment will be in Saint Mary (Nativity) Cemetery, Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
Mary Viola Maust, 65, of Markleysburg, Fayette County, Pa., passed away Tuesday, October 14, 2008, in Henry Clay Villa, Markleysburg. She was born March 11, 1943, in Somerfield, Somerset County, Pa., daughter of the late Ike and Minnie (Thomas) Frey. Mary was a member of the Markleysburg Church of the Brethren and worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Henry Clay Villa for 25 years. She is survived by her loving husband of 29 years, George Maust; loving daughters: Christina David, Stacy Maust and Ginger Maust; loving sons: G. W. Maust, Matthew Maust; two grandchildren: Ryan and C. J.; two loving brothers: Paul Frey and wife, Ada, and Clarence Frey, all of Markleysburg, Pa.; numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by three infant siblings, David, Edna, and Jessie, a brother, John Frey, sister, Leona Bucklew, niece, Joann Page. Friends will be received in the RODNEY S. TURNER FUNERAL HOME, 254 Main Street, Markleysburg, Pa., today from 6 to 8 p.m., and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m., and Friday until 11 a.m., the hour of Service, with Rev. Charles Teets. Interment will follow in the Thomas Cemetery, Markleysburg, Pa.
Maudie M. Maust, age 94, of Farmington, Fayette County, Pa., died Saturday, March 3, 2007, in Henry Clay Villa, Markleysburg, Fayette County, Pa. The daughter of Calvin T. Maust and Daisy M. Dennis Maust, she was born February 15, 1913, in the Salem Community, of Preston County, West Virginia. Maudie was a member of The Church of The Brethren. She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister, Margaret Maust Fike, two brothers, Glenn Maust and William Maust, and her companion, Lawrence Vittone. Maudie is survived by a brother, Playford Maust, and his wife, Cora, of Bruceton Mills, West Virginia, and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the CARL R. SPEAR FUNERAL HOME, Brandonville-Bruceton Mills, West Virginia, on Monday from 4 until 8 p.m. Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, March 6, 2007, at 11 a.m., with Pastor Donnie Savage, officiating. Burial will follow in Shady Grove Cemetery, Bruceton Mills. Personal condolences may be sent to the family at www.spearfuneralhome.net
Norman M. Maust Sr.— Age 76 years, husband of C. Mae Newman Maust of 51 Elm St., died in his family residence Saturday June 26, 1965 at 7:40 a.m. In addition to his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Lewis (Elnore) McNatt of Santee, Calif.; two sons, Walton F. Maust of El Cajon, Calif. and Jerry M. Maust of La Mesa, Calif.; seven grand-children. He was pre-deceased by two sons, Norman M. Maust, Jr. and Robert E. Maust; one brother [sic] Opal P. Sliger. He was a veteran of World War I, a life member of the D. A. V. and a member of the American Legion, Lafayette Post 51 of Uniontown. The family will receive friends in the Harold S. Gleason Funeral Home, 11 1/2 E. Fayette St. this evening 7 to 8 p.m., Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. where funeral services will be held Wednesday, June 30, 1965 at 3 p.m. with Dr.Earl P. Confer officiating. Interment will follow in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. American Legion, Lafayette Post 51 will conduct Military Rites at the graveside.
Playford R. Maust, 89, of Bruceton Mills (Five Forks Community), W.Va., Thursday, May 29, 2008 at his home. The son of the late Calvin T. and Daisy Dennis Maust, he was born May 26, 1919, in Brandonville, W.Va. He was a retired farmer, timberman, and a veteran of the U.S. Army, World War II. Playford is survived by his wife of 60 years, Cora Thomas Maust; a daughter, Janet Fike, of Bruceton Mills; three sons: Ed Maust and his wife, Doris, of Farmington, Fayette County, Pa., Charles Maust and his wife, Ella, and James Maust and his wife, Jeannie, of Bruceton Mills; ten grandchildren: Susan Ringer, Ed Maust, Jr., and wife, Lori, Judy Adams and her husband, Kenny, Amy Maust, Charles Maust, Jr., Christal Burnworth and husband, Tim, Brandon and Holly Fike, McKenzie and Logan Ennis, Lisa Welch and husband, Randall, Tammy Adams and husband, Rich; nine great-grandchildren: Todd and Madison Burnworth, McKenna Maust, Colton and Dakota Adams, Taylor Ringer, Richie and Justin Adams, and Matthew Welch. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Glenn and William Maust, and two sisters, Maude Maust and Margaret Fike. Friends may call at the CARL R. SPEAR FUNERAL HOME, Bruceton-Brandonville, W.Va., Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Sunday, June 1, 2008 from 12 noon until 1:00 p.m., the time of service, in the funeral chapel, with Pastor Donnie Savage, officiating. Burial will follow in the Shady Grove Cemetery, Bruceton Mills, W.Va. Personal condolences may be sent on line to the family at www.spearfuneralhome.net.
MAUST, ROBERT L.— Age 42 years, of Markleysburg, Pa., died Wednesday, December 4, 1991, as a result of an accident. He was born May 26, 1949, in West Virginia, son of Edith Maust of Markleysburg and the late Harvey Earl Maust. In addition to his father he was also predeceased by a grandson, Chad Lee Loudermilk. He was a laborer employed by Henry Clay Township. Surviving are his wife, Mona Kay Jenkins Maust; two daughters: Jennifer Ann Maust at home and Mrs. Chad (Tammy) Loudermilk of Uniontown; five brothers: Harvey Earl Maust Jr., James Maust, and George Maust, all of Markleysburg, Woodrow Maust of Gibbon Glade, and Carl Maust of Connellsville; and five sisters: Ada Frey, Susan Bates, and Elsa Savage, all of Markleysburg, Rose Rice of Gibbon Glade, and Gleona Bowser of Buchanan, West Virginia. Friends will be received in the Donald R. Crawford Funeral Home, Markleysburg, today 7 to 9 p.m., Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Saturday until 1 p.m., the hour of service, with Rev. Shirley Norman officiating. Interment Thomas Cemetery, Fearer road, Markleysburg. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the family.
Robert R. "Gosty" Maust, 74, of Amend, Uniontown, Pa., died Thursday, May 29, 2003 in his residence. He was born December 2, 1928 in Collier, Pa., son of Chauncey Maust and Pearl Lewis Maust. His son, Robert A. Maust, brother, William Maust, and parents preceded him in death. He was a lifetime member of the Amend Gun Club and the Leckrone Gun Club. Surviving is his wife of 53 years, Mary C. Vaji Maust; children: Glenda Maust Moore, Fairchance, Pa., Francis Maust and wife, Julie, of Amend, Cathy Maust Brant, Amend, and Tom Maust and wife Sandy, Woodside, Pa.; grandchildren: Rob Moore, Heather Jordan and husband Ed, Amanda Brant, Adam Brant, Barbara Maust and fiancé‚ Todd Churby; great grandson, Corey Matthew Churby; and his sister, Emily Jenkins and her Family of Brownfield, Pa. The Family will receive Friends in the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 West Church Street, Fairchance, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. and Monday, June 2, until 11 a.m., the hour of Service with Rev. Roger Ice officiating. Interment will follow in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Georges Township.
Samuel H. Maust, aged 65, following a short illness of complications, died at 1:15 a.m., Thursday, March 19, 1931, at the residence in Brownfield. In addition to his widow, Mrs. Tillie Maust, he is survived by the following: two sons, Holvert and Charles Maust, of Brownfield; two step-sons William Emmerson, of Greensburg and George Emmerson, of Greensburg and George Emmerson, of Allison; two daughters, Mrs. Elmer Chrise, of Keisterville and Mrs. Charles Shortzer, of Brownfield, and one step-daughter, Mrs. Robert Worthington of Brownfield. There brothers, William of Rosedale and Frank and Lott Maust, of Bruceton, W. Va., also survive. Mr. Maust was a member of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics No. 447 of Brownfield and of the Church of the Brethren, Uniontown. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m., in the M. P. church of Brownfield, in charge of Rev. C. C. Sollenberger, pastor of the Church of the Brethren assisted by Rev. R. L. Carraway, pastor of the Hopwood M. P. church. Burial will be at Hopwood.
Mrs. Sarah Margaret Maust, aged 72 years, 11 months and 15 days, died Sunday afternoon, March 15, 1931, at the home of her son, Harry R. Maust, 165 Lenox street, with whom she had lived for the past several months. Death was due to a heart attack suffered two weeks ago from which she never fully rallied. She was a daughter of the late Jacob and Delilah Sumey. In addition to her son, Harry, she is survived by the following children: Mrs. Caroline Harris, Salem, Ohio, E. Q., Chauncey F., and N. Elmer Maust, all of Uniontown. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. S. S. Tuttle, of Elliotsville and Mrs. M. L. Haines, of McClellandtown, and one brother, B. F. Sumey, of Waltersburg, in addition to 18 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Margaret Maust will be held at the home of a son, Harry Maust, 165 Lenox Street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The services will be in charge of Rev. C. C. Sollenberger, pastor of the Church of the Brethren, assisted by Rev. W. H. McKinney, pastor of the Central Christian Church. Burial will be in Park Place Cemetery.
Stacy L. Maust, age 40, of Markleysburg, Pa., passed away Saturday, August 4, 2012 in Ruby Memorial Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia. Friends will be received in the CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, FARMINGTON, Pa., today from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., the hour of Service with Pastor Mark Berkshire officiating.
Thomas Jeffrey Maust, 46, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., died suddenly May 28, 2008, at the Uniontown Hospital ER. He was born January 21, 1962, in Uniontown, Pa., son of Carol Paull Maust, of Uniontown, Pa., and the late Thomas Maust. In addition to his father, Thomas Maust, he was predeceased by his grandparents, Don and Helen Maust, and Melvin and Dorothy Paull. Tom was a graduate of Fairchance-Georges High School, in Fayette County, Pa., Class of 1981. He was a carpenter by trade and was employed with his father at Maust Construction almost all of his life.
Surviving in addition to his mother, Carol Maust, is his wife, Alesia Mari Maust; son, Thomas Joseph Maust and his fiancée, Jamie Ferro, of Uniontown, Pa., and daughter, Amanda Jo Maust, of Uniontown, Pa.; close companion, Jennie Ross, Uniontown, Pa; uncles and aunts, John and Cynthia Maust, of Ohio, Robert and Linda Maust, Janice and Barry Dawson, and Dennis Paull, all of Uniontown, Pa.; close cousin, Donnie Maust; several other cousins and nieces and his faithful pet, Choco.
The family will receive friends in the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 West Church Street, Fairchance, Pa., on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Private family services will begin at 8 p.m., with Rev. Charlie O'Brien, officiating.
Mrs. Violet E. Morgan Maust, 33 years old and 16 days, wife of Thomas Maust, died in the family residence at Dunbar, Wednesday morning, June 24, 1936, at 10 o'clock. She was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Dan Morgan, of Hopwood. Surviving are her husband and three children, including a 10 day old infant; two sisters and a brother. Funeral services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the residence. Burial will be in Dunbar Cemetery (Franklin).
William C. Maust, 94, of Gibbon Glade, Pa., died Wednesday, May 18, 2005, at the Henry Clay Villa Nursing Home, Markleysburg, Pa. The son of the late Calvin Theodore and Daisy Mae Dennis Maust, he was born Sept. 19, 1910, in Bruceton Mills, W.Va. A sawyer and farmer all of his life, he was a member of the Salem Church of the Brethren. Bill is survived by a son and spouse, Clayton and Jeannie Maust of Gibbon Glade; two daughters, Doris Rishel and Joyce Wolfe and friend, Willie McElroy, both of Gibbon Glade; a brother and spouse, Playford and Cora Maust of Bruceton Mills; a sister, Maude Maust of Farmington, Pa.; 14 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Olivia Lorraine Fike Maust on Aug. 22, 1974; a brother, Glenn Maust; and a sister, Margaret Fike. Friends may call at the CARL R. SPEAR FUNERAL HOME, Brandonville-Bruceton Mills, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Friday, May 20, 2005, from noon to 2 p.m., the time of the funeral services in the funeral chapel, with the Rev. Greg Moran officiating. Burial will follow in the Bethel Memorial Park Cemetery, Farmington, Pa. Memorial contributions may be made to the church or charity of your choice.
William F. Maust Sr., 61, of Brookfield, Ohio, born in Uniontown, Pa., died at 10:45 a.m., on Friday, Feb. 6, 2004, at Jamison Hospital, New Castle, Pa. William was a delivering salesman for the Nickles Bakery, New Castle, for over 27 years before retiring. Survivors include: William Jr., and his wife, Deborah of Howland, Ohio; a daughter, Kimberly Thompson and her husband, William Jr., of Mineral Ridge, Ohio; a brother, Mark Lovett of Masontown, Pa.; sisters, Helen Thomas and her husband, Gerald of Uniontown, Pa., and Rachel Fleming and her husband, David of Las Vegas, Nev.; four grandchildren; and a stepfather, Samuel Lovett, whom resides with his daughter Helen. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., on Monday, Jan. 9, 2004, at Madasz Funeral Chapel, Brookfield.
White, male, 67 years old, married, laborer
Cause of death–Paralysis following a stroke
Died–October 6, 1898, Mt. Braddock, Pa
Spouse–Mary Ann Sweitzer Maust
Marguerite MAVRETICH obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project. (2)
Marguerite Mavretich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mavretich, died at 4:15 Monday afternoon, at the family home in House 12, Allison No. 2. She would have observed her 14th birthday anniversary on August 24. In addition to her parents, John and Anna Mavretich, she leaves a brother John Jr.; one sister, Mary Jo, and her grandparents. Funeral services in charge of Joseph L. Haky, funeral director of Republic, are incomplete.
Alverda J. May
Alverda J. "Skip" May, 53, of Connellsville died Saturday, April 20, 2002, at her home. She was born Oct. 16, 1948, at Jones Mills, a daughter of the late Russell Colflesh and the late Helen B. Rogozinski Colflesh Conn. Alverda was a member of the Eagles Ladies Auxiliary of Connellsville. She is survived by five children, Viola "Sally" Nicholson and her husband, Tim of Connellsville, Rozella "Rose" Wingrove and her husband, Lonnie of Connellsville, John Miller and his girlfriend, Tammy Haynes of Uniontown, William Miller and his girlfriend, Debbie Fretts of Connellsville and Tim Miller and his girlfriend, Crystal Ohler of Melcroft; one stepson, Adam May of Connellsville; her special friend, Randy "Pip" Layman; 12 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; one brother, Harry Colflesh and his wife, Alma of Connellsville; and two sisters, Kathy Harvey of South Connellsville and Carol Friend and her husband, Larry of Connellsville. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her first husband, William C. Miller; her second husband, Virgil W. May and one sister, Irene Flynn. Friends will be received from 2 to 9 p.m. today in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, where services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. John Butler officiating. Interment will be private. The Eagles Ladies Auxiliary of Connellsville will conduct a memorial service at 7 p.m. today in the funeral home. www.brooksfuneralhomes.com.
Avarala “Avie” Gabler May, 71, of Madison, Wis., and formerly of Greensboro, Pa., died Friday, May 19, 1995, in Madison. She is survived by four daughters, Sandra, Marilyn, Yvonne and Donna, all of Madison area; seven grandchildren; three great- grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Edith Ganoe of Masontown, Pa., two brothers, Ernest Gabler of Greensboro and Richard Gabler of Bobtown, Pa., and by several nieces and nephews. Memorial Services were held in Verona, Wis., on May 23. The Family will receive friends in the Richard R. Herod Funeral Home, Point Marion, on Sunday, June 4, 1995, from 1 to 2:30 p.m., the hour of service.
MAY, CARL V.--Age 79 years, of 22 E. Church St., Fairchance, Pa., formerly of R.D. 6, Haddenville, died Wednesday morning, February 2, 1977 in the residence of Ethel Popovich. He was born in Haddenville, Uniontown, R.D. 6, May 21, 1897, son of the late Ewing E. and Elizabeth Harden May. He was a retired coal miner.
He is survived by three sons and one daughter; Mrs. Virginia Skoda of R.D. 6, Uniontown; Carl V. of Streetsboro, Ohio; James A. of Marlboro, N.Y.; Harold E. of New Salem; twelve grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
He was the last surviving member of his family. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by the Dearth Funeral Home, New Salem, Pa. .
Note from contributor: Birth year is possibly 1896. Carl and his sister, Anna (Dean) were twins, but they could never agree on the year they were born, and had no birth certificates with proof. She said 1896, he said 1897.
Ewing P. May of Uniontown, who died at the Melcroft Hospital at 12:30 A. M., August 26, of pneumonia, is survived by the following children, William F. May of Mill Run, J. S. May of Pitcairn, Mrs. Clarence Nickelson of Midland, Ohio, and S. D. May, address unknown.
Mr. May was 65 years old and had been a resident of Fayette County practically all his life. The funeral services will be at Flatwoods Baptist Church Saturday at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in Flatwoods Cemetery.
Stricken with a heart attack while sitting in a chair at his home in Angle street, Attorney H. George May, one of Connellsville’s leading citizens and widely known throughout Fayette county and Southwestern Pennsylvania, died suddenly a short time after 8 o’clock Friday evening. His death was a shock to both the family and the community. Although he had not been in good health for some time, he had recently returned from a trip to Atlantic City and it was felt he was much improved. Mr. May had put in a busy day at his office yesterday, leaving there about 4 o’clock for his home. For the past two years Mr. May had served as deputy attorney general for the Commonwealth, being counsel for closed State banks. Mr. May was a native of northern Fayette county, being born near Mill Run on June 23, 1879, a son of the late Henry H. and Ann Bigam May. At the age of 15 years he began to teach school, earning funds to permit him to secure advanced education at California State Normal. For six years he engaged in teaching school, five of which he served as principal of the former New Haven School. During the years he taught he read law at night in the offices of the law firm of Higbee, Matthews & Lewellyn. He was admitted to the Fayette County Bar and established his office here in 1909. For two years he served as assistant district attorney and during the World War was a member of the draft board at District No. 2. He was also active in the Liberty Loan campaigns, making numerous addresses throughout the county in support of those issues. Until a month before his death he had served 24 years as a trustee of the First Presbyterian Church here. He had also been a member of the board of trustees of the Connellsville State Hospital for 15 years, and had served as president of the board for 10 years. Mr. May was a Republican, but never active in politics. He served two six-year terms as a member of the Board of Education in this city. He was a member of King Solomon Lodge, F. & A. M., the Shrine and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. In August 1905, he was married to Miss Harriet Warner Cook, a daughter of harry Cook and the late Myra Warner Cook. In addition to his widow he is survived by three children, Misses Louise, Gertrude and Marian May, all at home. Three brothers, John F., and Homer D., both of Connellsville, and William May of Mill Run, also survive. The funeral service will be held at the First Presbyterian Church Monday at 2:30 o’clock, with the pastor, Dr. J. L. Proudfit, officiating, assisted by Dr. William Blake Hindman, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Uniontown. The body will be removed to the church at 10 o’clock Monday morning. Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery.
UNIONTOWN, May 5.— With 50 members of the Fayette County Bar Association in attendance, the court of common pleas and separate orphans court adjourned at 10 o’clock this morning in honor of Attorney H. George May, one of its leading members. “It is with great regret that I announce the death of H. George May who was a credit to the bar, his county, and his country,” declared Linn V. Phillips, president. “Speaking for the court of common pleas, I learned with great sorrow this morning of the death of my friend and your friend, H. George May,” stated Judge D. W. Henderson. “He was a man of exemplary habits, of whom more will be said later. We shall adjourn this court immediately out of respect to his memory.” Judge J. W. Dawson in joining the motion added that much of Mr. May’s large and extensive practice was conducted in the orphans court where his thoroughness in preparing papers and conducting cases made him outstanding.
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Wounded severely—Private James May (James May), Gibson avenue, South Connellsville;…….
So far as the records show, 28 men of Connellsville gave up their lives during the war. Thirteen were killed in action, three died of wounds, 11 from disease and one by accident.
Other soldiers are listed before and after.
Private James Leroy May, South Connellsville, wounds.
The funeral service for William H. May, 73, of Mill Run, who died Monday morning in Connellsville State Hospital, will be held at 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the Brooks funeral home in East Green St. with the Rev. R. A. Nelson officiating. Interment will be in Mill Run Baptist Cemetery.
He was born at Mill Run, Dec. 31, 1881, a son of the late Henry H. and Mary Ann Bigam May, and lived in that area all of his life. Surviving are two brothers, John F. May of Blairsville Hospital and Homer D. of Connellsville.
MAYDITCH, JOHN— Aged 70, Edenborn and formerly of Gary, W. Va., died Friday, December 25, 1959 at 10:25 a.m. in the Uniontown Hospital. He was a member of St. Mary’s R. C. Church and Jednota Lodge, Leckrone and UMWA, local 6313. He is survived by his wife, Mary Charney Mayditch; one daughter, Mrs. Andrew (Margaret) Helenich, Edenborn; one grandchild. Friends will be received after 6 p.m. today at Yoney Funeral Home, Masontown, where prayer service will be held Monday at 9 a.m., followed by Requiem High Mass in St. Mary's R. C. Church, Leckrone. The Rev. Fr. Anthony Hardy will celebrate the mass. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
Elmer Joseph “Pappy” Mayersky, 62, of Succasunna, N.J., formerly of Republic and Pittsburgh, died suddenly on Saturday, Dec. 3, 1994, at his home. Mr. Mayersky is survived by his son, Timothy Scott Mayersky of Hampden, Maine; his two daughters, Michele Mayersky of Dover, N.J., and Kathy Lynn Mayersky-Merkler of Glenwood, N.J.; brother, Joseph Mayersky of Republic, Pa., and twin brother, Edward Mayersky of Cleveland, Ohio; two sisters, Elizabeth Slominsky of Republic, Pa., and Marie Loya of Cleveland, Ohio; and grandson, Anthony Michael “Mikey” Mayersky of Glenwood, N.J. Arrangements are by the Davis & Hepplewhite Funeral Home, 96 Main St., Succasunna, N.J. Friends will be received in the Robert T. Kish Funeral Home, Legion St., Republic, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Friday until 9:30 a.m.
Regina M. (Bartok) Mayger, 76, of Box 76A, Smithfield, Pa., (Martin), died Monday, Feb. 12, 1996, in Forbes Regional Hospital, Monroeville. She was born April 11, 1919, in Connellsville, the daughter of the late Peter and Elizabeth Bartok. Regina was a Catholic by faith. Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, John Mayger Sr., in 1993; three brothers, Elmer, Bernard and Peter; and two sisters, Elizabeth and Olga. Surviving are a son, John Mayger Jr., and his wife, Roberta of Elkhart, Ind.; a daughter, Mrs. Jewell (JoAnne) Johnson of Hopwood; two grandchildren, Dr. Christopher and wife, Laura Knight of Rocky River, Ohio, and Cassandra Mayger of Fishers, Ind.; and a brother, William Bartok of Cleveland, Ohio. Friends will be received in the JOHN S. MAYKUTH JR. FUNERAL HOME, Corner of Church and River aves., Masontown, today from 2 to 9 p.m., and Thursday until 9:15 a.m., when a prayer service will be held, followed by a Ginnaz Mass at St. George Maronite Church of Uniontown, with the Rev. Fr. Christopher Henderson, pastor of St. George Maronite Church. A Service of Incense will be held today at 7:30 p.m., in the funeral home.
Dorothy J. Nelson Mayle, 69, a resident of Waynesburg R.D. 5 since 1949 and prior to that of Uniontown died Sunday morning 3:45 a.m. in her residence. She is survived by her husband whom she married March 11, 1944, Walter H. Mayle; daughters, Mrs. Linda Mayle Varner and her husband, Larry, of Waynesburg R.D. 2 and Ms. Diane Mayle of Eighty Four; one son, David H. Mayle of McDonald; eight grandchildren; one great- granddaughter; two sisters, Lucille Nelson Dryburg of Brownsville and Mrs. Ray (Ruth Nelson) Beglin of Washington, Pa.; one brother, Frank Jacobs of Fredericktown; nieces and nephews. There will be no public visitation at the request of the deceased. Arrangements are under direction of the Milliken and Throckmorton Funeral Home Inc., 197 North Maiden St., Waynesburg, Pa.
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Born—– October 19, 1925
Died—– June 4, 1995
Lena May Mayle, 67, of Mt. Morris, Pa., died Wednesday, June 21, 1995, in Ruby Memorial Hospital, Morgantown, W.Va. Surviving are two sons, George E. Mayle and Larry E. Mayle, both of Point Marion, Pa.; a daughter, Mrs. James (Judy) Crislip of Mt. Morris R.D. 1; nine grandchildren; ten great- grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Irene McCune of Mt. Morris; and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received in Yoskovich Funeral Home, Rt. 19, Mt. Morris, Pa., today from 7 to 9 p.m., Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Saturday, June 24, 1995, until 11 a.m., the hour of service.
Mable Mayle, 68, of 207 Lick Hollow Road, Hopwood, Pa., passed away Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1994, at 6:10 a.m., in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. She was born at Oct. 5, 1926, in Moatsville, Barbour County, W.Va., a daughter of the late William Jeff and Lola Mayle Barnes. She is survived by her husband, Marvin R. Mayle whom she married on June 19, 1948; one son, Keith W. Mayle and his wife, Lynn of Chalk Hill, Pa.; one brother, Bradford Barnes of Horner, W.Va.; two grandsons, Brian C. Mayle and Kevin K. Mayle, both of Chalk Hill, Pa., and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by one sister, Colena Barnes Mayle; and by one foster brother, Archie Mayle. Mrs. Mayle was affiliated with the Free Methodist Church of Hopwood, Pa. Friends will be received in the DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, BARTLETT CHAPEL, 202 McGraw Ave., Grafton, W.Va., Friday from 2 to 9 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 26, 1994, until 12 noon, the hour of service at the West Hill Wesleyan Methodist Church, with the Rev. Winfield Mayle and the Rev. David Maley officiating. Mrs. Mayle will lie in state at the church one hour prior to the service. Interment in Pritchard Cemetery.
John MAYROS died in 1937. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
John Mayros, 46, died Tuesday, October 19, 1937, at 2:30 p.m., in the Uniontown hospital, where he had been a patient since last July, suffering with injuries received in the Buffington mine.
Surviving are his widow, Mary, and the following children, Stephen, John, Peter, Andrew, Michael and Mary, all at home. One sister, Mrs. Anna Jayosky, of Rocks Works, also survives.
The body will be taken today to the family residence in Bethelboro. Funeral services will be announced later.
(Standard - Oct 20, 1937)
Vincent E. Mays, 41, of Connellsville, died Tuesday, Oct. 24, 1995, in Corpus Christi Residence, Pittsburgh. He was born Nov. 23, 1953, in Mount Pleasant, Pa., a son of Arminta Hobson Mays of Mount Pleasant and the late William Mays. He was a member of the United Baptist Church in Connellsville. He was a U.S. Navy veteran. He is survived by his wife, Audrey Denise Baker Mays; a daughter, Cherrise Mays of San Diego, Calif.; two brothers, Oscar Hearo of Youngstown, Ohio, and Roger Heard of Plantation, Fla. Friends will be received Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. in the VITO C. MARTUCCI FUNERAL HOME, 123 S. First St., West Side, Connellsville and Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m., the hour of service, in the United Baptist Church, 126 N. First St., West Side, Connellsville, with the Rev. Howard Amos and the Rev. Nathaniel Milton officiating. Interment will follow in Scottdale Cemetery. Military services will be conducted at the graveside by members of the American Legion Post 762, Trotter.
Regina J. Mazur, 75, of Garden City, Mich., died Monday, Jan. 30, 1995, at her home. She was born March 11, 1919, in Filbert, a daughter of the late Stephan and Sadie Golembiewski. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a brother, Stephan, of St. Clair Shores, Mich. She was retired from the General Motors Corporation and a member of the United Auto Workers. Surviving are her husband, Cass Mazr; five sisters, Mrs. Josephine Rozak of New Salem, Mrs. Dorothy Fusinski of Warren, Mich., Mrs. Margaret Kasper of Florissant, Miss., Mrs. Gertrude Ulicne of Anderson, Ind., and Mrs. Rosella Stefanowski of Harper Woods, Mich.; and one brother, Walter G. Golembiewski of Uniontown R.D. 6. Friends will be received in the TUROWSKI FUNERAL HOME, Deerborn Heights, Mich., today until 10 a.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m., today in St. Hedwig’s R.C. Church of Garden City, Mich.
Mrs. Frank MAZZA died in 1937. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Mrs. Frank Mazza, aged 37, wife of a well known Connellsville barber, died Saturday, September 4, 1937, at the home in 118 North avenue, Connellsville, after a brief illness. In addition to the husband, she leaves three children, Vincent, Ralph and Michael, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Vincent D'Auria of Uniontown, and Mrs. Anna Serra, of Italy, and two brothers, Gabriel, Connellsville, and Michael, of Uniontown. Mrs. Mazza formerly was Miss Catherine D'Auria.
Prayers will be said in the family home at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, followed by requiem high mass in St. Rita R. C. church with Rev. Fr. Henry DeVivo as celebrant. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
James J. McAndrews, Walaford Rd., Rochester, N.Y., a former area resident, died Jan. 18 as a result of a lingering illness. He was the son of the late Patrick J. and Bridget J. McAndrews, formerly of Uniontown R.D. 4. Surviving are his wife, Florence; one son, Edward J., and four grandchildren, Rochester, N.Y. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Bridget A. Johnson; Ella McAndrews, Detroit, Mich. Mr. McAndrews was a veteran of World War I, and Culver Post V.F.W. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Burns-Hanna Funeral Home, Rochester. Requiem High Mass was intoned in St. Cecilia R. C. Church. Interment was in Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Rochester.
James W. McAndrews, 67, of Luzerne Township, died in Brownsville General Hospital. He was born Sept. 12, 1903, in East Brownsville, a son of the late William and Sara Starr McAndrews, and had been a lifelong resident of the area. He was a retired conductor of the Monongahela Railway, retiring in May 1968 after 50 years of service. He was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church and the Railroad Conductors Association. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lena Spiker McAndrews; six daughters, including Mrs. Edith Wiltrout of Bobtown; four sons, a sister and 15 grandchildren.
Minister Cynthia Y. McBeth, 59, of Columbus, Ohio, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Oct. 3, 2005. She was hospitalized at Ohio State University Hospital due to a sudden massive brain hemorrhage. She was the daughter of Estelle and Raymond Mosley. Preceding her in death were her son, John (Jodi) Jordan, and Aunt Dorothy Reed, who passed away Nov. 18, 2004.
Cynthia was survived by her mother, whom she was coming back home to live with, Estelle Mosley; her father, Raymond Mosley, and one brother, Randolph H. Mosley. She leaves to mourn her three loving children, Latonya and husband, James Shivers, Venius E. Black and Quan Jordan, all of Columbus, Ohio. She was a very loving grandmother of five, Fashion M. Shivers, James C. Shivers, Jonde Reynolds, Brandon Hunter and Dominga D. Black, all of Columbus, Ohio; a dear first cousin, Mary L. Davis White; and was survived by a niece, Nadra A. Gladman and husband, Floyd and a nephew, Randolph H. Mosley Jr., and wife, Rochelle, all of Edenborn; and a host of friends and relatives.
Funeral services will be held MURIEL E. LANTZ FUNERAL HOME, Uniontown, Pa., on Oct. 12, 2005. Family and friends will be received from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the hour of service, with the Rev. Carl A. Jackson of Antioch Baptist Church officiating. Interment will follow in Greendale Cemetery, Masontown, Pa.
Mrs. Elmira McBeth, widow of County Detective Alex McBeth, and for many years a resident of Connellsville, died Tuesday night at her home in Connellsville Street, Uniontown. While she had been in failing health for several years her condition did not become critical until three days ago. Mrs. McBeth, formerly Miss Elmira Weakland, was born at Carrolltown, Cambria County. She had been a resident of Uniontown for upwards of 40 years. One daughter, Mrs. T. M. Jones of Baltimore survives. Mrs. Effie Reynolds of East Murphy Avenue is a sister-in-law. The funeral will be Thursday morning with a requiem high mass at 9 o'clock at St. Johns Roman Catholic Church, Uniontown, of which she was a member. Burial will be in Park Place Cemetery.
Helen M. McBeth
Helen M. McBeth, 79, of Mt. Pleasant, died Sunday, June 18, 2006, in Harmon House Care Center, Mt. Pleasant. She was born June 1, 1927, in Mt. Pleasant, a daughter of the late Roy S. and Mary Huffman Ullery. Helen was formerly employed by Connellsville Sportswear, and was a member of the Mt. Pleasant Church of the Brethren. She was also a graduate of Ramsay High School. Helen is survived by her loving daughter, Kimberly Frye and her husband, Kieran, of Greensburg; a brother, Fred Ullery and his wife, Gaile, and a sister, Dorothy Miller and her husband, Archie, all of Mt. Pleasant; and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Harold E. McBeth (June 9, 2004); and a brother, Roy Ullery. Family and friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 406 E. Washington St., Mt. Pleasant, where services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday with the Rev. Eric Ritenour officiating. Committal services and interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Church of the Brethren, 201 Washington St., Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666, in memory of Helen M. McBeth. To sign the guest registry, please visit www.brooksfuneralhomes.com.
J. Emerson McBeth, 28 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex McBeth of Uniontown and former residents of this city, died yesterday morning in the Cincinnati General Hospital, Cincinnati, where he was recovering from an injury received last August. Mr. McBeth was a painter and decorator, and while on his way to work last August, he was struck by a street car suffering a compound fracture of the right leg. He had almost recovered when pneumonia developed and resulted in his death.
The body will be brought to the home of his parents in Uniontown. No arrangements have been made for the funeral. Mr. McBeth was well known in Connellsville, his parents having resided here up until their removal to Uniontown. He is survived by his parents, one sister, Mrs. T. M. Jones of Knoxville, Pa., and one brother, Hayden McBeth of Chicago.
The funeral of J. Emerson McBeth took place this morning at 10 o’clock form St. John’s Catholic Church, in Uniontown. Requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev. Father B. P. Kenna.
Jennie MCBETH died in 1862. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(52)
In Springfield tp., Fayette co., on the 20th ult., of Scarlet Fever, JENNIE, youngest daughter of Ann and John McBeth, aged 3 years and 26 days.
Close softly, fondly, while ye weep,
Her eyes that death may seem like sleep,
And fold her hands, in sign of rest,
Her waxen hands, across her breast.
And make her grave where violets hide,
Where flowers bloom on the green hill-side,
And blue-birds, in the misty spring
Of cloudless skies and summer, sing.
But we shall mourn her long, and miss
Her ready smile, her ready kiss.
The patter of her little feet,
To us her stammer'd phrases sweet.
The Genius of Liberty. Uniontown, Pa., April 17, 1862.
Vol 2., No. 11, pg 5, col. 2.
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John Adams McBeth, aged 87 years, one of the oldest and most widely known residents of Connellsville died this morning at 6 o’clock at his late residence, No. 111 South Pittsburg street. Mr. McBeth had been ailing for the past year, but was confined to his bed only the last two days of his illness. Death was due to a complication of diseases. Funeral from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Porch, No. 111 East Green street on Saturday afternoon at two o’clock. Rev. C. M. Watson, pastor of the Christian church, will officiate. Interment in Chestnut Hill cemetery.
Deceased was born in Indiana county in 1821. His mother was drowned when he was still a baby. At the age of 15 years he went to Pittsburg where he learned the tannery trade. January 27, 1872 he was married to Miss Amanda Nickel, daughter of the late George and Mary Nickel of Connellsville. A few years after their marriage they went to Springfield where they resided for about 16 years. While there Mr. McBeth conducted a …… tannery. He was also School Director in Springfield at one time.
About 40 years ago he moved his family to Connellsville where he has since resided. For many years, he owned a grocery store on Main street and later on Pittsburg street. Mr. McBeth was a staunch Democrat and was postmaster of Connellsville under Grover Cleveland’s first administration. At that time the post office was located where the Bijou theatre now stands. He was a member of the Christian church for over 52 years and up until the time of his ill health was an active worker, always taking a great interest in the work and welfare of the church. He has lived retired for the past 20 years. Mr. McBeth was a father of five children, four of whom are living. Despite his age, Mr. McBeth took a great interest in current events. He is survived by his widow, two sons and two daughters. Mrs. J. R. Porter of Connellsville, Mrs. J. R. Torrance of Carnegie, George W. and Walter J. of Braddock. A half-brother, William McBeth of Connellsville, 11 grandchildren and three great grandchildren, also survive.
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Mary L. McBeth, 82, of Vanderbilt died Sunday, October 10, 2010 at her home. She was born April 2, 1928, at Chalk Hill, a daughter of the late Stephen and Hannah Margaret Kirkpatrick Beucher. Mrs. McBeth was a 1946 graduate of the former Dunbar Twp. High School. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Amvets Post 103 in Hopwood. She was also a member of the Connellsville Eagles and the Uniontown Moose Lodge. She was a member of the Leisenring Presbyterian Church where she was a church elder and where she assisted with the Food Bank.
She is survived by her children, Martha E. Murphy and her husband Kenneth of Dayton, Ohio, Randolph McBeth and his wife Brenda of Vanderbilt and Steven McBeth and his companion Ann of Uniontown; three grandchildren, Brian Murphy and his wife Amy, Christine Crum and her husband Kenneth and Jenifer McBeth; three great-grand-children, Jonathan Murphy, Adrienne Murphy and Ian Murphy and one brother, Stephen Beucher and his wife Barbara of Vanderbilt. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Paul H. McBeth in 2007 and all of her other brothers and sisters.
Friends will be received from 1-9 P.M. Tuesday in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, where services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Wednesday with Pastor Richard Watson officiating. Interment -Green Ridge cemetery.
Paul H. McBeth, 86, of Vanderbilt, Fayette County, Pa., passed away peacefully on Friday, January 26, 2007, in his home while comforted and surrounded by his loving family. He was born August 27, 1920, in Tarrs, Westmoreland County, Pa., a son of the late Henry T. and Elsie Mae Mensinger McBeth. Paul was a resident of Vanderbilt for most of his life. Prior to his retirement, he was a Steel Worker for the USX Corp. at their Irvin Works, in Dravosburg, Pa. Paul was a veteran of World War II, having served in the United States Army with the 155 Infantry Regiment 31 Infantry Division. He was stationed in the Pacific Theatre of Action and was in the battles of New Guinea and Southern Philippines. He received several decorations and citations including the Good Conduct Medal, Philippines Liberation Ribbon, American and Pacific Theatre Service Medal and two Bronze Stars and a Victory Medal. Paul was a member of the Donegal American Legion No. 941, Hopwood AMVETS No. 103, Uniontown Veterans of Foreign Wars, Connellsville Slovak Club, Connellsville Eagles No. 493, and the Uniontown Moose Lodge. Paul was also a member of the Leisenring Presbyterian Church, Fayette County, Pa.
Paul will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by his loving family, his wife, Mary L. Beucher McBeth, with whom he would have celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on February 27, 2007; his children: Martha E. Murphy and husband, Kenneth, of Dayton, Ohio, Randolph P. McBeth and wife, Brenda, of Vanderbilt, and Steven H. McBeth and companion, Ann, of Uniontown; his grandchildren: Brian K. Murphy and wife, Amy, of Raeford, North Carolina, Christine A. Spires and husband, Benjamin, of Dayton, Ohio, and Jennifer Nicole McBeth, of Continental No. 3, Fayette County, Pa.; his great-grandchildren: Jonathan Patton, Adrienne Emily and Ian McGuire; his brothers: Frank R. Smith and wife, Jane, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., and James Mensinger and wife, Lonnie, of Sparks, Nevada; and his sister, Rose Zurawski and husband, George, of Connellsville; and numerous loving nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Paul was predeceased by a sister, Ellene Knouse, and two brothers: John E. and Thomas H. McBeth.
Family and friends will be received from 2 to 9 p.m. on Sunday in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 111 East Green Street, Connellsville, Pa., where a Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 11 a.m., with Pastor Rick Watson, officiating. A Committal Service and Interment will follow in the Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville, Fayette County, Pa. Military Rites will be conducted at the cemetery by the Hopwood AMVETS 103. Donations may be made to the Leisenring Presbyterian Church, in memory of Paul H. McBeth.
SCOTTDALE, Dec. 3—(Special)— Thomas L. McBeth was run over by a hay baler, weighing four tons, and died three-quarters of an hour later at the office of Dr. E. P. Weddell of Scottdale, where he was brought from the scene of the accident near Edward Werkman’s at Hawkeye yesterday afternoon about 5 o’clock. One wheel of the heavy machine, which was drawn by four horses, ran over the unfortunate man’s body diagonally from his right thigh and across his left breast. The physician could not make any close examination of his injuries as he was in a dying condition and nothing could have saved him since he was literally crushed to death.
The victim of the accident was 35 years of age, and leaves a widow and one child. With Murchison Baird, of near Chains Mill, west of town, McBeth was employed on the W. R. Byers farm near Tarr, left the John G. White farm, of this side of Connellsville, where they had been balling hay, to go to the Byers place, the machine being drawn by four horses. They came here by the way of Morgan Station and stopped a while in Scottdale. When they left there, McBeth was driving, but later went back and took the seat at the rear of the heavy piece of machinery, an iron seat similar to that on a mower of binder. While passing along the road on this side of Hawkeye he fell from the seat and the wheel of the rear truck caught him. McBeth was extricated from under the baler and brought in a spring wagon to the doctor’s office but he was beyond any mortal aid, and his life soon ended. The body was taken to Owens & Ferguson’s and Coroner C. A. Wynn of Greensburg was notified.
SCOTTDALE, Dec. 4— The body of Thomas L. McBeth, who was crushed beneath the eight ton hay bailing machine, when he fell from it where he was riding and the wheel on a rear truck passed over him, at Hawkeye, on Wednesday evening, will be buried on Saturday afternoon in the Baptist Cemetery at Foxtown. Deputy Coroner H. A. McMurray conducted an investigation here yesterday with the verdict that the death was accidental. The deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McBeth, who live with their son, Charles McBeth, near Scottdale. Beside a widow and three children there are surviving him the following brothers, Samuel, John, Jacob, of Central, and David, while Mrs. Jacob Hair of Alverton is a sister.
Frank MCBRIDE died in 1838. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(46)
Frank McBride, 52, of Dunbar, succumbed in the Connellsville hospital early last night to a fractured skull suffered when he fell on the cellar steps of a friend's home in Dunbar, last Thursday. The body was removed to the Munk funeral home, Connellsville. County Detective John C. Wall has not closed his inquiry into the man's fatal injuries. Police were unable last night to locate any of McBride's survivors.
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McBRIDE, MRS. LUCY (McCLUCKEY)— Aged 75, Thompson 1, died Wednesday, August 27, 1958 in the Uniontown Hospital. She was predeceased by her husband, Francis McBride in 1956. She is survived by two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Irene Beal, Republic; Mrs. Fred (Thelma) McMillen, Hiller; Ed McCluckey, Republic; Chester McCluckey, Mt. Sterling; eight grandchildren; four sisters and one brother, Mrs. Frank Burich, Brier Hill; Mrs. Charles Murphy, Hiller; Mrs. Edwin Franks, Keisterville; Mrs. Ralph Savage, Uniontown; Arthur David, Cardale. Friends are being received in the Flack-Marucci Funeral Home, Republic, until Friday at 2:30 p.m., the hour of service with Rev. R. C. Evans officiating. Interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Uniontown
McBURNEY— In East Liberty, Fayette Co., Pa., January 15th, 1866, of dyptheria, JOHN, son of John W. and Susan McBurney, aged three years.
Susan Bute McBURNEY died in 1918. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
McBURNEY, MRS. ROBERT
Following a lingering illness, Mrs. Susan BUTE McBURNEY, 65 years old, wife of Robert McBURNEY, died Friday afternoon at 4 oclock at her home in Franklin township. Mrs. McBURNEY was born in Franklin township, a daughter of the late Joseph and Clarissa BUTE. In addition to her husband, she is survived by the following children: Joseph McBURNEY of Bitner; Bert McBURNEY of Shamrock; Mrs. Ollie GILLAND of Akron, O.; Mrs. William R. LONG of Connellsville; Mrs. Albert BOYD of Uniontown, and Miss Elsie McBURNEY, at home. She is also survived by four sisters, Mrs. George L. ARMSTRONG of Connellsville; Mrs. Sarah J. BYERS of Aurora, Neb.; Espey BUTE of San Jose, Cal., and W.F. BUTE of Dawson. Notice of funeral later.
Weekly Courier Thurs. 4-25-1918
MCCAFFERY, JOHN— Age 87 years, of Uniontown, died at 2 a.m., Wednesday, May 15, 1957 after a short illness. A retired coal miner, he was predeceased by his wife Ellen Chapman McCaffery in 1933. He is survived by a son, John Patrick McCaffery, of Blairsville, Pa. He is survived by many nieces and nephews, locally, Mrs. Lawrence (Mayme) Cornish, Mrs. Kathryn Webb, Mrs. Ella Kremer, all of Uniontown; Patrick J. Dunlevy of New Salem. Friends will be received at the Victor A. DeCarlo Funeral Home, 136 N. Gallatin Ave., after 7 p.m. Thursday evening until 8:30 a.m. Friday morning at which time a short prayer service will be held followed by Requiem High Mass at St. John's R. C. Church at 9 o'clock with Rev. Fr. Thomas J. Dunn as celebrant. Burial will follow in Park Place Cemetery.
Patrick McCaffery, a former resident of Uniontown, but who has of late made his home with his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Brown of the West Side, died Wednesday from a complication of diseases. He was 72 years old. No arrangements have been made for his funeral. Mr. McCaffery is survived by the following children: Joseph McCaffery, Fairmont; John McCaffery, Shamrock; James McCaffery, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Elizabeth Brown and Mrs. Mary Dunlavy, Connellsville.
The funeral of Patrick McCaffery will take place from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Brown in the West Side tomorrow moring at 8:30 o’clock. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9 o’clock from the Immaculate Conception Church. Following the services a special street car will convey the funeral party to Uniontown, where the interment will take place.
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Born–October 28, 1844
Buried–Park Place Cemetery
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Carbon monoxide poisoning yesterday took the lives of two Uniontown men. Killed were Edward R. McCafferty, 56, of 81 N. Beeson Ave., and Alex Zaucha, 42, of 5 MacArthur Terrace.
They were found last evening in the bedroom of McCaffery’s small house at the N. Beeson Ave. address. Deputy Coroner Andrew Haky Jr. said the men died as the result of carbon monoxide poisoning “probably early yesterday morning.”
City police said the deadly gas was created from an unvented hot water tank in the bathroom. According to police, three members of the McCaffrey family came to the police station shortly before 6 p.m. and told authorities they knocked at the locked door of their father’s home but received no response. Police wer dispatched in the scene and gained entry through a kitchen window. The bodies of the two men were found on a bed. From the appearance of the room, police theorized that McCaffrey and Zaucha had been drinking and fell asleep on the bed. Due to the cold weather, the windows of the three-room brick structure were closed, locking the deadly fumes in the home. The hot water heater was located near a wall separating the bedroom and the bathroom. There was a small opening in the wall directly above the heater. Police said McCaffrey lived alone in the house. His family resides at 3 Hadden Place.
A member of St. Joseph’s R. C. Church, Mr. Zaucha is survived by several brothers and sisters including, Mrs. J. William (Helen) Hibbs and Mrs. Stanley (Mary) Krzysiak, both of Uniontown, and Mrs. Thomas (Roberta) Frankhouser, Hopwood. Friends will be received in the Haky Funeral Home, 139 W. Fayette St., today from 7 to 10 p.m., until Tuesday at 10 a.m. when prayer services will be held, followed by additional services at St. Joseph’s R. C. Church, Uniontown.
Mr. McCaffrey is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Ellen McCaffrey, and the following children: Mrs. Patrick (Shirley) McDonald and Mary Ellen McCaffrey, both of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Robert (Patricia) Smitley, Faye McCaffrey and Frances McCaffrey, all of Uniontown; a brother, Frank, also on Uniontown and three grandchildren. Friends will be received in the Speshock Funeral Home after 9 a.m. tomorrow until Wednesday at 11 a.m., the hour of service. Dr. Earl P. Confer will officiate, with burial in Park Place Cemetery.
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MCCAFFERY, EDWARD R.— Age 56 years, of 81 N. Beeson Ave., died Sunday, March 7, 1965 at 6:05 a.m. Surviving are his wife, Mary Ellen, and the following children; Mrs. Patrick (Shirley) McDonald of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Robert (Patricia) Smitley, of Uniontown, Miss Mary Ellen McCaffrey, of Cleveland, Miss Faye McCaffery and Miss Frances McCaffery of Uniontown; one brother, Frank, of Uniontown and three grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Francis R. Speshock Funeral Home, 111 E. Fayette St., after 9 a.m. Tuesday, the hour of service with Dr. Earl P. Confer officiating. Interment in Park Place Cemetery.
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Mrs. Winifred McCaffery, aged 85 years, died Thursday morning, August 29, 1929, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Brown, of Fredericktown. She was born in Ireland and came to the United States in 1890. Mrs. McCaffery is survived by the following children: John of Braznell, Joseph of Fairmont, W. Va., James of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Edward Dunlevy of New Salem, and Mrs. William Brown of Fredericktown. Two sisters, Mrs. James Gallager of Connellsville and Mrs. Clay Byers of Scottdale, also survive.
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Frances Taylor McCaffrey, a lover of life and giver of knowledge, who was formerly of Uniontown, Pa., passed away on Friday, June 13, 2003 at her residence in Falls Church, Virginia. She was the beloved wife of the late John E. McCaffrey, Col. United States Army (Ret.); and devoted mother of Joanne Busnardo, John E. McCaffrey Jr., Diana A. McCaffrey, and Kevin R. McCaffrey. She is also survived by her sister, Gigi Taylor O'Dell, and four grandchildren. A Memorial Service was held on Monday, June 16, 2003 at the EVERLY COMMUNITY FUNERAL CARE in Falls Church, Virginia. Interment will be private.
Patrick McCaffrey of Uniontown yesterday filed an application for divorce from his wife, Laura, now residing in McClellandtown. Among various charges of cruelty he alleges she hit him with coffee grinders, coffee pots, broomsticks and a meat cleaver.
UNIONTOWN, August 9,— Patrick McCaffrey died last night at the Dixmont Hospital for the Insane. McCaffrey was a native of Fayette county. On March 1, he was sentenced to the Somerset insane asylum, but a short time after his admission he became so violent that the transfer to Dixmont was necessary.
Suffering a heart attack soon after he had returned to his West Side home from Bowest, where he is a telegraph operator for the Western Railroad, Charles Harley McCahan, 62 years old, died suddenly Thursday afternoon. His residence is at 416 South Eighth street and he was well known as a key man.
Mr. McCahan returned to his home about 2:30 o'clock and complained of not feeling well. He said he was tired and, washing, lay down on a couch where he had a short doze. On arising, he was talking to his wife when a sharp pain caused him to scream and he collapsed on the floor, death followed quickly. For the past year the deceased had not been in good health and had suffered several attacks of indigestion.
He was the son of David and Rebecca Johnson McCahan, being born September 20, 1863, near Philadelphia. He went to Huntingdon, PA, with his parents when he was three years old. He was the first graduate of the Huntingdon High School, receiving the first diploma when 17 years old. Closing his school course he studied telegraphy and was employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad at that place. Soon afterward he entered the employ of Norfolk and Western Railroad at Richmond, VA.
On March 20, 1898 he became an employee of the Western Maryland Railroad at Gormon, Maryland. From there he was transferred to Thomas, W. VA. Later he went to Roaring Creek Junction and after two years at that place was transferred to Harding, W.VA., at which place he worked for ten years. Later he was at Garrett, Md., for six years. He became operator at Bowest in 1918 and had been there since, with the exception of a short period at Rockwood.
On May 6, 1893 he married Miss Mary Morgan Ratcliff at Richlands, W. VA. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Huntingdon. In addition to his widow, Mr. McCahan is survived by three daughters, Lillian, Emily, and Inez, all at home; his mother, and a sister Miss Clara McCahan, both of Huntingdon.
Funeral services will be held at 7:30 o’clock this evening at the West Side residence, Dr. Bennett W. Hutchinson, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church officiating. Saturday morning the body will be shipped to Huntingdon, Pa., by Funeral Director C. C. Mitchell, where interment will be made.
The body of Charles McCahan, who died in Connellsville, PA, will arrive on the 11:29 train Saturday morning in care of Harry Brown and Sons Undertakers, and will be taken to the home of his mother, Mrs. Davis McCahan, 511 Church Street, from which place services will be held, Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Hutchinson of the First Methodist Church. He is survived by his sister, Clara, his mother, and wife and three children. Internment will be made in Riverview Cemetery.
McCAHAN, EMILY—Age 64 years of 16 A. Greenwood Heights, died Thursday, October 1, 1970 in the Connellsville State General Hospital. Born February 21, 1906, in Fairfax, Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Mary Ratcliff McCahan. She was a former resident of Ohiopyle and was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Lillian McCahan with whom she resided and Mrs. Inez Dunaway of Beaver Falls, PA. Friends will be received in the Brooks Funeral Home, Connellsville today and Saturday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Lynn Shingledecker officiating. Internment in the Green Ridge Memorial Park.
McCAHAN, MRS. MARY M.—Aged 85, Connellsville, died Tuesday morning, February 5, 1963, in the Emerson Nursing Home, Dunbar. Born April 23, 1877, in Richland, Virginia she was a daughter of the late Charles & Alice Trunt Radcliffe. She was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Connellsville. She is survived by three children; Misses Lillian and Emily McCahan, Ohiopyle; Mrs. Inez Dunaway, Pittsburgh; two grandchildren; two great grandchildren; one half sister, Mrs. Willie Johnson, Miami, Fla. She was predeceased by her husband Charles McCahan in 1925. Friends are being received in the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar, where services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. Rev. Lynn A. Schindledecker. Internment will be in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Dunbar.
McCAHEN— At her residence in Union Borough, on the 6th day of January, 1866, NANCY McCAHEN, aged 73 years.
Thomas MCCAHILL died in 1931. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(9)
In the Uniontown Hospital Thomas McCahill died yesterday, Monday morning, August 24, 1931, at 8:35 o'clock, at the age of 42 years, five months and 24 days. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Dora McCahill, and the following children: Betty, William, Dora and Eleanor. Three sisters and two brothers likewise survive.
The body was removed to the home of a brother-in-law, Thomas Herring, of the Messmore road. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. Jacobs Lutheran church. Rev. Sholtz, pastor of the church, will officiate and the services will be in charge of the Fort Mason Post of the American Legion. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Herald, August 25, 1931