Abstracts of Obits, Death Notices, etc.
Lawrence County, Ohio Persons
I.R. = IRONTON REGISTER
SWI = SEMI WEEKLY IRONTONIAN
IDR = IRONTON DAILY REGISTER
IT =IRONTON TRIBUNE
MI = MORNING IRONTONIAN
IET = IRONTON EVENING TRIBUNE
IJRN = IRONTON JOURNAL
Remember, obituaries are charged half a cent a word, cash to accompany the order. Watch this. Also, remember that all anonymous communications will be thrown in the waste basket. I.R. Sept. 29, 1887
Also note: Some of these obituaries are quite long in their actual form and have been condensed for this publication. Thank you, Sharon Kouns.
completed July 29, 1852 -July 20, 1854 deaths & marriages
completed July 19, 1860 – Oct. 18, 1860 deaths & marriages on computer
completed July 24, 1856 – July 15, 1858 deaths & marriages on computer
completed Jan. 14, 1858 – Mar. 25, 1858 deaths & marriage
completed deaths from Ironton Journal Sept. 1, 1869 through December 28, 1870
PAGE, MRS. CARTER I.R. DEC. 12, 1878
Mrs. Carter Page on corner of 7th and Quincy, died in Catlettsburg on last Thursday afternoon after a short illness.
PAGE, EDWARD POSTLEWAYT I.R. DEC. 07, 1854
Married in Marietta, on the 3d inst., Mr. Edward Postlewayt Page, known among his friends as the “High Priest of Nature” to Miss Jane Carter.
PAGE, EDWARD POSTLETHWAYT I.R. JUN. 04, 1857
Died May 17th, in Marietta, Edward Postlethwayt Page, Esq., aged about 75 years. Native of England and a resident of Marietta nearly 40 years.
PAIGE, B. R. “REYNOLDS” I.R. JUN. 23, 1853
Died on the 17th ult., Mr. B. R. Paige, or “Reynolds Paige,” was found dead in his jail cell, of this county, having hung himself . . . He was from somewhere in the East, of respectable connections and well educated.
PALMER, LILLIAN IRENE I.R. AUG. 15, 1901
Lillian Irene, the little daughter of Mr & Mrs. Willard Palmer, of Hecla Street, died at 10 o’clock Friday night, aged 4 months and 15 days. Death due to summer complaint.
PALMER, REUBEN I.R. AUG. 15, 1901
Reuben Palmer died at his home on North 6th street, Friday evening, due to consumption. The dec’d was born in Lawrence Co., October 17, 1845. When 16 years of age he enlisted in Co. G., Twenty-second Kentucky Infantry and served with that company in the civil war until March 16, 1864. He was at the capture of Vicksburg and Jackson, Miss., and served through the Red River campaign. Near the close of the war, after the 3 years service he enlisted in Co. C., 7th KY Veteran Inf., and while with this command lost an arm in battle. He leaves a wife and two children – Mrs. Joseph Smith and Herbert Palmer, both of this city. Burial at Woodland.
PALMER, ROSWELL E. I.R. MAY 11, 1854
Married on the 7th inst., at Wheelersburgh, by S. P. Cummins, Mr. Roswell E. Palmer, of Portsmouth, to Miss Mary Cooper, of the former place.
PALMER, RUTH I.R. FEB. 01, 1906
PANCAKE, MRS. DORCAS IET FEB. 18, 1932
Huntington – Feb. 18, Mrs. Dorcas Pancake, aged 58, of 510 Wilson Place, died last night. Survived by the husband, Aaron Pancake, two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Predgo and Mrs. Virginia Woodyard of Huntington, a son, William C. Pancake of Honolulu, H.I.; three sisters, Mrs. W. J. Roberts of Huntington, and Mrs. Maggie Ramsey of Midkiff; two brothers, Taylor Morrison and Ziegler Morrison of Ironton and three grandchildren.
PANCAKE, ISAAC I.R. JAN. 25, 1906
PANCAKE, SILAS I.R. JAN. 19, 1865
PARKER, I.R. MAY 20, 1858
PARKER, BENJAMIN ADOD JAN. 02, 1876
PARKER, CHARLES FINLEY I.R. JUL. 29, 1852
Died on the 22nd inst., Charles Finley Parker, the son of Simon and Sarah Parker, aged 3 months 22 days.
PARKER, INFANT I.R. MAR. 03, 1887
Deaths – Feb. 27, infant child of Thos. Parker, aged 5 months.
PARKER, JAMES M. and JANE M. I.R. OCT. 06, 1853
Died on the 3rd inst., James M. and on the 6th inst., Jane M., twin children of Simon and Sarah Parker, aged about 4 months.
PARKER, JOHN WELSEY I.R. MAY 29, 1902
Aged 33, died of typhoid fever Friday at his homne on North 7th st. He leaves a wife and three children. The body was taken to Henley, Ohio for burial.
PARKER, LEVI I.R. MAR. 07, 1861
Died at Shrewsbury, Mass., March 4th, ( brother of H. W. Parker, formerly of this paper), aged 42 years.
PARKER, MRS. LEW I.R. JUL. 22, 1880
PARKER, MRS. LIZZIE I.R. FEB. 07, 1861
PARKER, NATHAN H. I.R. NOV. 06, 1873
PARKER, MRS. SIMON IJRN DEC. 29, 1869
Died December 13th at Quincy, Ill., of pneumonia, Mrs. Simon Parker, late of this city.
PARKER, MRS. SIMON I.R. DEC. 30, 1869
PARKER, MRS. THOMAS I.R. SEP. 30, 1886
PARKER, THOMAS H. I.R. APR. 13, 1876
PARKER, THOMAS H. I.R. NOV. 06, 1873
PARKISON, MRS. C. MATILDA ??????
PARRILL, I.R. SEPT. 01, 1887
Capt. Perrill’s mother died at the house on 4th street yesterday morning. She was 90 years old, lacking 4 days. The remains were taken to Athens county for burial.
PARRY, MISS MAUD I.R. SEP. 15, 1869
Died Sept. 11, Miss Maud Parry, daughter of ________ and Faith Parry, age 24 years.
PARTLOW, MRS. ANN I.R. SEP. 24, 1863
PASSMORE, ROBERT I.R. FEB. 03, 1853
PASTON, MRS. MARY A. I.R. MAY 24, 1888
Died at Rockcamp on May 21, age 49.
PATES, I.R. NOV. 11, 1880
PATTERSON, MISS SALLIE ISWR SEP. 07, 1921
PATTERSON, THOMAS I.R. JAN. 06, 1853
Married on Dec. 28th by the Rev. E. Burr, Mr. Thomas Patterson and Miss Callie Clugsten.
PATTON, JOHN S. I.R. SEP. 05, 1850
At his residence at Pennsylvania Furnace, Greenup Co., Ky., on Thursday 29th of August, Mr. John S. Patton, aged 43 years. He leaves a wife and 5 children to mourn his loss.
PATTON, WM. I.R. MAR. 22, 1888
Died, Mar. 16, Wm. Patton, aged 64.
PAUL, HARRY I.R. OCT. 11, 1900
The wedding of Miss Norma Lillian Otten and Mr. Harry Paul, the city editor of the Register, was solemnized at Spencer Chapel Tuesday evening, Oct. 9, by Rev. C. E. Chandler officiating. Bride is daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Otto Otten.
PAUL, M. D. ISWR SEP. 11, 1919
PAULL, ARCH I.R. JUN. 06, 1854
Died at Cape May, N.J., Arch Paull, the well known proprietor of Amanda Furnace, Ky.
PAULL, GEORGE W. I.R. OCT. 26, 1854
Married on the 19th inst., by Rev. Mr. Fairchild, Mr. George W. Paull, of Ironton, to Miss Minnie L., daughter of F. H. Oliphant, of Fairchance Iron Works, near Uniontown, Pa.
PAYNE, I.R. APR. 08, 1875
PAYNE, I.R. JAN. 01, 1880
PAYNE, GEORGE I.R. NOV. 28, 1878
AID – Son of John Payne of Mason Township, dropped dead last Thursday evening while chopping wood at his father’s. Age 25.
PAYNE, J. S. I.R. JAN. 08, 1880
Long Creek Items – J. S. Payne and Emily J. Higgins were married today, at the bride’s residence.
PAYNE, JOHN I.R. JUN. 24, 1886
PAYNE, DR. WILLIAM V. I.R. SEP. 06, 1855
PAYTON, PATTERSON I.R. AUG. 25, 1853
Married in Ironton, on the 18th inst., by Jacob Lair, Esq., Patterson Payton and Catherine Cannon, of Virginia.
PECK, DR. I.R. FEB. 03, 1881
PECK, GEORGE FLETCHER I.R. MAY 25, 1871
PECK, MARY VIRGINIA I.R. OCT. 16, 1873
PEEBLES, MRS. HILDA (SEATON) M.I. 10-9-1923
PEEBLES, J. SCOTT I.R. JUL. 10, 1890*
PEEBLES, MRS. JOHN G. I.R. DEC. 03, 1903*
PEEBLES, JOSEPH HAMILTON I.R. AUG. 03, 1854
PEEBLES, JOSEPH WILLIAM I.R. JAN. 10, 1856
PEEBLES, MISS MARGARET I.R. OCT. 29, 1908*
PEEBLES, SAMUEL W. I.R. APR. 24, 1862
Died – on Sunday, the 13th inst., at the residence of his brother in Nashville, Tenn., of typhoid fever, Mr. Samuel W. Peebles of Portsmouth in the 48th year of his age.
PEMBERTON, CHAS. I.R. MAR. 15, 1888
Marriage license issued to Chas. Pemberton and Susan Turner.
PENDLETON, GEORGE H. I.R. APR. 13, 1876
PERCY, EDWARD I.R. JUL. 20, 1854
PEREGRINE, IRVIN I.R. MAR. 03, 1887
Irvin, oldest son of Ben Peregrine, of Oakland, Cal., died last Monday.
PERKINS, MRS. I.R. DEC. 25, 1884
Died Dec. 23, age ?.
PERKINS, MRS. ELISHA I.R. JULY ?, 1895
Suiter – Mrs. Elisha Perkins of Scott Town, died on the third of consumption; burial at Locust Grove cemetery.
PERKINS, SHERMAN ISWR JUL. 27, 1917 ?
PERRY, EDWARD I.R. JUN. 20, 1854
PERRY, JAMES WILLIAM I.R. APR. 07, 1859
PERRY, LEMUEL, ESQ. I.R. AUG. 06, 1857
Married on July 28th, in Gallipolis, Lemuel Perry, Esq. To Elizabeth Nash, daughter of Judge Simeon Nash, all of Gallipolis.
PERRY, OLIVER I.R. OCT. 17, 1861
PETENDER, JACOB I.R. DEC. 06, 1860
Died at the Lawrence County Infirmary, Nov. 19, aged 53.
PETERS, M.I. SEP. 02, 1923*
PETERS, MRS. ADELINE LOUISE (DUDUIT) I.R. NOV. 22, 1906*
PETERS, MRS. ANNA (DILLON) IWR. AUG. 31, 1895* ALSO I.R. AUG. 29, 1895 & I.R. SEPT. 05, 1895
Mrs. Anna Peters was born at Adelphia, Ohio on Nov. 10, 1846. She was married to Ptolmey Peters on June 17, 1874. She died Aug. 25, 1895 age 46y9m15d. She died at Lawrence Fce. And was buried at Woodland cemetery. Anna Peters was the daughter of John and Julia A. Dillon and was born in Ross Co., Ohio Nov. 10, 1846. She was married and came to this county in 1874.
PETERS, C. S. I.T. APR. 29, 1931*
PETERS, CHARLES , SR. SWI. DEC. 09, 1909*
PETERS, ELIZA I.R. MAY 02, 1861
Died on April 23d, in this town, Eliza, infant child of John and Mary Peters.
PETERS, GEORGE I.R. SEP. 03, 1909?*
PETERS, GEORGIA I.R. SEP. 02, 1923
Peters child passed away – at home in Alaska after being severely burned – Peters family formerly resided in this city – Grandmother at Coal Grove – The following from a newspaper of Ketchikan, Alaska. Georgia Peters was the 5 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peters and granddaughter of Mrs. John Peter’s of Coal Grove, Ohio. . . They have two other daughters, older than Georgia.
PETERS, HENRY WILLIAM M.I. JUL. 09, 1914
Eldest son of the late Isaac and Adaline Peters, of this city, marks the passing of one of the pioneers of this section. Death occurred Tuesday at his home in Ronceverte, W. Va. H. W. Peters was born at Haverhill, March 17, 1848; and was 66 years of age. He married Miss Mary Pell Wurtz of Wurtland, Ky. They moved to Greenup, where he resided for a time. For the past 6 years he has been the superintendent of the Armour Co. station at Ronceverte, WV. He is survived by one son, Samuel Wurtz Peters and Mrs. Samuel Wurtz Peters, seven grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. H. R. Browne, Miss Mary C. Peters, Mrs. Thomas Lewis, Mrs. Emma Davies, Thomas M. Peters of this city, Mrs. Oscar Ellison and Cam. S. Peters, of Macomb, Ill., Mrs. F. B. Lawton of Los Angeles, Calif. . . from the Peters residence at Seventh and Park. Burial at Woodland.
PETERS, ISAAC IWR. AUG. 28, 1897* ALSO SEE IDR. SEP. 02, 1897*
PETERS, J. A. SWI FEB. 16, 1909*
PETERS, JAMES F. I.R. JAN. 14, 1892
Died at his home on Park Avenue, January 7, 1892, in the 35th year of his life, . . . internal disease for which there was no cure. He was the youngest of six brothers, sons of John and Mrs. Mary C. Peters. Mr. John Peters is well known as one of the pioneer iron makers. Mrs. Peters was the daughter of William and Zier Duduit. Mr. D. was a native of Paris, of the company of French colonists, that imigrated to the “French Grant” in 1790; her mother was a daughter of Andrew LaCroix, also of the French colonists. (obit. just says he had a wife and children) Burial at Woodland.
PETERS, MRS. JAMES F. I.T. OCT. 25, 1937*
PETERS, JOHN IWR. SEP. 25, 1897*
PETERS, JOHN A. I.R. NOV. 30, 1905
PETERS, MISS MARY C. IET. OCT. 20, 1937*
PETERS, PTOLOMY IDR. JAN. 24, 1912*
PETERS, SAMUEL I.R. FEB. 02, 1854
Married on last evening, Feb. 1st by Rev. J. H. Creighton, Mr. Samuel Peters and Miss Amanda Gholson, all of this town.
PETERS, THOMAS M. I.T. JAN. 08, 1937*
PETERS, W. H. IJRN OCT. 13, 1869
Married on October 12th by Rev. C. C. McCabe, assisted by Rev. R. H. Creighton, Mr. W. H. Peters and Miss M. Ada Murdock.
PETERS, WILLIAM H. I.R. MAY 31, 1906*
PETERSON, MRS. MARION and little daughter MABEL I.R. JUL. 24, 1902
Killed at Martin’s Ferry, Ohio, Saturday, remains were taken to the home of Mrs. Peterson’s sister, Mrs. Williams of Park Avenue. Buried in a single casket at Woodland. Mrs. Peterson and her four children were out walking at the time of the accident. The bolt of lightening came killing the mother and youngest child, who was in a baby carriage.. . . Marion Peterson is a son of Israel Peterson of South 10th St., this city, and is a coal miner. His wife, Mrs. Libbie Peterson, was a daughter of J. C. Smith of LaGrange, this county. Their child was 16 months old and a bright little girl.
PETHROUD, SARA I.R. DEC. 29, 1859
PETTIT, GEORGE I.R. OCT. 09. 1856
Another Accident – A Mr. George Pettit, was killed in an Ore Bank, near Cross Roads, in Jackson county on September 26. He leaves a wife and family living near Franklin Furnace.
PHILLIPS, DAVID I.R. JUN. 12, 1890
The following notice of the death of a former citizen of Ironton was taken from the Columbus Dispatch of June 4th: Mr. David Phillips died at his home, No. 193 Jefferson avenue, at 1:40 this morning. He had been ill for nearly 5 months with kidney and bladder affliction. The surviving family are the widow and two daughters, Miss Louise M. Phillips, the Principal of the Mound Street School, and Miss Dida Phillips. Mr. Phillips was born at Coal Brook, South Wales, very nearly seventy years ago. His early boyhood was spent in France, and he came to America when he was twelve years old. The family came to this city (Columbus) from Ironton eighteen years ago. Mr. Phillips was an iron worker by trade and he came here as Superintendent in the Hayden rolling mill. He was manager of the Lawrence Mill in Ironton for many years.
PHILLIPS, JOHN SWI JULY 29, 1910
WILL PROBATED – The will of John Phillips has been filed for probate and with the exception of Lot No. 39, upon which the Phillips Buggy Works plant is located which is left to his son, Frank “because he stayed with me and assisted and has been a great value to me in my business,” the testator leaves all his property to his wife to dispose of as she deems best. At her death, should any property or money remain, it is to be divided between the four sons share and share alike. The will was dated April 21, 1910.
I.R. September 22, 1892 – John Phillips was a soujourner at Waverly during the reunion last week. He seemed to know everybody, and everyboyd seemed to be glad to see John.
PICKARD, LUCY I.R. SEP. 01, 1870
PIERCE, WILLIAM I.R. MAR. 15, 1888
Died – On the 8th, Wm. Pierce, aged 76.
PIERPONT, JOHN ISWR FEB. 03, 1920
PILES, IWR. NOV. 23, 1895
PILES, INFANT I.R. SEPT. 15, 1887
Died – Sept. 14, infant child of Henry Piles.
PINKERMAN, ELIAS I.T. OCT. 20, 1926
PLYLEY, MRS. ELIZA R. I.R. SEP. 06, 1860
At McArthur, Aug. 16th, Mrs. Eliza R. Plyley, wife of Judge John P. Plyley.
POAGE, JOHN GENERAL I.R. AUG. 22, 1861
POAGUE, JOHN F. I.R. SPET. 29, 1853
Married in Ironton, on the 28th inst., by J. Lair, Esq., Mr. John F. Poague and Miss Eliza H. Keller, all of Guyandotte, Va.
POGUE, ALBERT I.R. DEC. 03, 1857
Married on the 20th, at the residence of Jas. Johnson, Cabell Co., Va., Albert Pogue, of Lagrange, Missouri, to Miss Marcell A. Johnston, of Cabell Co., Va.
POGUE, HENRY E. I.R. NOV. 17, 1853
Married on the 3rd inst., at Maysville, Ky., Mr. Henry E. Pogue, of Greenup Co., Ky., to Miss Fanny A. Wood, of Maysville.
POGUE, RICHARD IJRN AUG. 31, 1870
Died – Richard Pogue drowned and was found at the Ohio River, opposite Kellys Landing last Saturday evening.
POLLARD, MISS MARGARET ANN I.R. MAR. 03, 1853
Died at Pollard’s Mills, Ky., on the 24th ult., of infalmation of the lungs, Miss Margaret Ann Pollard, aged about 19 years.
POLLEY, MRS. ELIZABETH I.R. JAN. 01, 1852
POLLEY, MEADE G. I.R. JAN. 16, 1902
Died Dec. 28, 1901 – sudden death; cause apoplexy.
POLLEY, PERNA (or PERAS) R. I.R. MAR. 16, 1854
Married on Feb. 28th, by Rev. Wm. J. Smith, Perna R. Polley, Esq., of Coal Grove, and Miss Rebecca A. Staley, of Wayne county, Va.
POLLEY, RUTH M. I.R. MAR. 02, 1865
POLLEY, SALON L.A. I.R. SEP. 18, 1856
Died on the 15th inst., in Ironton, Solon L. A., son of P. R. and R. A. Polley, aged 6 months.
POLLOCK, SUSAN I.R. MAY 10, 1855
POPE, SHERMAN I.R. AUG. 23, 1888
Marriage license – Sherman Pope and Ida Kitchen.
PORTER, CORA E. I.R. JUN. 09, 1887
The only daughter of Mr. Porter, the manager of Kelly’s nail mill, died last Monday. She was 13 years old.
PORTER, INFANT CHILD I.R. AUG. 30, 1883
Deaths – Porter – Aug. 24, infant child of Wm. Porter, aged 13 months.
PORTER, MRS. RUTH KELLY I.R. MAR. 05, 1885
PORTMAN, JOSEPH I.R. JUN. 16, 1853
Married on the 9th inst., at Hanging Rock, Mr. Joseph Portman to Miss Martha Judson, both of Ironton.
POTTER, MATHEW R. I.R. MAR. 26, 1865
Mathew R. Potter, a resident of Rockcamp, and perhaps the oldest man in our community departed life on the 17th of this month. He was 87 years of age and was in the 5th West Va. during the war.
POTTER, DR. WILLIAM I.R. SEP. 07, 1854
POWELL, JACOB I.R. AUG. 12, 1875
POWELL, LUCY I.R. JAN. 26, 1854
Died on the 4th inst., near Clarksville, Tenn., at the residence of Henry Hayes, Miss Lucy Powell, of Greenup county, Ky., aged about 23 years.
POWELL, LUCY I.R. DEC. 07, 1865
POWELL, MRS. PARTHENIA I.R. MAY 29, 1851
POWELL, MRS. POLLY I.R. AUG. 12, 1875
POWELL, MRS. SALLIE E. I.R. SEPT. 08, 1887
Died – Sept. 5, Mrs. Sallie E. Powell, widow of Leike Powell, of Kentucky, aged 67.
POWELL, MRS. SARAH I.R. JAN. 11, 1866
POWELL, MRS. W. H. I.R. MAY 23, 1878
Wife of Gen. W. H. Powell, formerly of Ironton, died at her home in Bellville, Illinois on the 20th.
POWELL, WILLIAM I.R. DEC. 01, 1864
Died in Ironton, 18th inst., William Powell, in the 70th year of his age.
POWER, JEFFREY I.R. AUG. 27, 1857
Married on the 20th inst., at the Courthouse in Ironton, by P. R. Polley, Esq., Mr. Jeffrey Power to Mrs. Lavina Combs, both of Greenup county, Kentucky.
POWERS, EDWARD W. IET. JUL. 29, 1940
Negley, O., July 29, (AP) Age 97, Columbiana county’s last civil war veteran died over the weekend. His death left only 188 living veterans of the conflict in the state.
POWERS, GEORGE N. I.R. JAN. 30, 1879
Died at Burlington on Jan. 21st, age 27 years and 4 months.
PRATT, COTTON H. I.R. MAR. 07, 1861
Died in Ironton, Feb. 16th, of Diphtheria, Cotton H., infant son of Howard L. and Lavina Pratt; aged 8m 11d.
PRATT, ELLA LOUISE I.R. NOV. 02, 1865
PRATT, REV. E. P. I.R. OCT. 27, 1853
Married at Rockville, Adams county, October 18th, by Rev. J. E. Vance, Rev. E. P. Pratt, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Portsmouth, to Miss Elizabeth Laughry, of the former place.
PRATT, LUCY I.R. JUN. 09, 1864
PRATT, MELISSA I.R. SEP. 20, 1877
The first female ever put in the Lawrence County Infirmary died last Thursday.
PRATT, MRS. I.R. FEB. 18, 1892
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Neal are at Zanesville to attend the funeral of Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Neal’s mother, who died quite suddenly last Monday.
PRATT, WILLIE S. I.R. AUG. 08, 1867
PRESTEGE, HANNAH I.R. JAN. 13, 1887
Deaths – Jan. 10 – Hannah Prestege, aged 67 years.
PRESTON, CAPT. BEN I.R. MAR. 19, 1903
A well known riverman died at Paintsville, Ky., Sunday.
PRICE, DAVEY I.R. MAR. 17, 1887
Last Saturday morning, Davey Price, an old resident of Ironton, was found dead by the side of his bed. He had been on a continuous spree for a long time, ..very much intoxicated� His age was over 60. He was born in Wales, and came to this country over 40 years ago, settling at Pittsburg, where he had lost one of his eyes in a rolling mill. He came to Ironton over 30 years ago, and worked here in the mills nearly all his life. He was never married and had no near relatives in this country. He was a good reader Interment at Woodland.
PRICE, HIRAM I.R. MAR. 09, 1854
Married on the 5th inst., by Rev. J. H. Creighton, Mr. Hiram Price and Miss Jane Ann Kenedy, all of Lawence county, Ohio.
PRICE, MRS. MARGARET I.R. FEB. 19, 1880
PRICE, SAMUEL I.R. FEB. 23, 1854
One day last week a little son of Mr. John Price, about 7 months old and named Samuel, pulled a bowl of hot water over upon him, scalding him so severely that he died on Sunday eve.
PRICE, T. W. SWI. OCT. 29, 1918
PRICHARD, FRANK I.R. OCT. 27, 1864
PRIMM, BESSIE I.R. MAY 26, 1887
Died – May 18, Bessie Primm, at Vesuvius Furnace, aged 18.
PRINGLE, DR. JOHN I.R. JAN. 22, 1852
Married on the 14th, by Rev. Mr. Hampton, Dr. John Pringle of Hanging Rock, Ohio to Miss Emily Cole of Greenup county.
PRITCHARD, CHILD I.R. JUN. 02, 1853
One day last week, a child of Mr. David Pritchard of Ironton, age about 2 years and 6 months, was drowned by falling in a barrel.
PRITCHARD, MRS. ALICE I.R. SEP. 02, 1880
Mrs. Alice Pritchard died at her home in West Ironton, last week, and was buried at Woodland, Friday. She was the widow of the late John Pritchard, for many years the inside manager of Lawrence mill, and the mother of Richard Pritchard, the present manager of the mill.
PRITCHARD, K. F. I.R. NOV. 03, 1887
A well known lawyer of Catlettsburg, died last Saturday.
PRITCHARD, MRS. MARY I.R. JAN. 19, 1860
PRITCHARD, JOHN I.R. MAR. 03, 1853
Married – on the 2nd inst., by Rev. J. M. Kelly, John Pritchard and Miss Alice Royston, all of this place (Ironton).
PROCTOR, VILATY L. I.R. MAR. 10, 1853
Died at Quaker Bottom, on the 2d inst., Mrs. Vilaty L., wife of Mr. A. S. Proctor, and daughter of Judge S. Reckard, in her 26th year.
PROSE, JEHU W. I.R. DEC. 03, 1863
PROVO, ANTHONY I.R. JAN. 20, 1887
Deaths – Jan. 16, Anthony Provo, aged about 60 years.
PROVO, ED. I.R. SEPT. 15, 1887
Died – Sept. 10, Ed Provo, aged about 25.
PROVOST, ANTHONY I.R. JAN. 20, 1887
Funeral Catastrophe – A Floor Breaks and the Audience Goes Down – Last Monday, Anthony Provost, a carpenter and house-mover died. (interesting obit)
PUGH, JOHN I.R. JAN. 29, 1863
PURDUM, MRS. ELIZA I.R. MAR. 23, 1854
Died on the 20th inst., at Portsmouth, Mrs. Eliza, wife of John W. Purdum.
PURDUM, JOHN W. JR. IJRN OCT. 12, 1870
Died – John W. Purdum, Jr., age 23y, died of consumption.
PUTHUFF, MRS. B. F. I.R. DEC. 19, 1878
Died of consumption on the 11th inst., buried at Hecla furnace on the 12th. Mrs. Puthuff was the daughter of Mr. Belcher.
PUTHUFF, HENRY I.R. DEC. 24, 1857
Died near Greenupsburg, on the 6th inst., Mr. Henry Puthuff, aged 76 years, husband of Mary Puthuff who died on the 7th, . . . they were buried in one grave.
PUTHUFF, MARY I.R. DEC. 24, 1857
Died near Greenupsburg on the 7th, Mary, wife of Henry Puthuff, aged 71 years, he died on the 6th and they were buried in one grave.
PUTNAM, B. P. IJRN JULY 20, 1870
Died at Marietta, Ohio on July 15th, B. P. Putnam, brother of Douglas Putnam, Jr., of Ashland, Kentucky.
PUTNAM, WILLIAM PITT, JR. I.R. AUG. 18, 1856
Shocking death of William Pitt Putnam, Jr., seventeen years of age, of Belpre, Washington county, thrown against the wheel of a threshing machine . . . mangled.
PUTOFF, INFANT I.R. SEPT. 01, 1887
Died – Child of Wm. Putoff, Aug. 27, aged 8 months.
PUTOFF, MARTHA I.R. SEP. 30, 1886
PUTZEK, AUGUST I.R. APR. 6, 1893
August Putzek was killed in an ore mine near Pinegrove furnace, last Tuesday. Several tons of earth fell on him.
PYLES, H. W. IDR. JUN. 08, 1917
PYLES, PETER I.R. JUN. 21, 1860