=======================Pine Bank- Arthur L. Main, 79, of Pine Bank (Kughntown) died at 1:30 P.M. Tuesday, July 1, 1975 at his residence of an apparent coronary. Born Oct. 25, 1895 at Wayne Township near Kughntown, he spent most of his life in the Brave and Kughntown areas. A retired school teacher, he had taught for more than 45 years in Wayne Township as an elementary teacher and retired in June 1960. He was a member of the Retired Pa. State Teachers' Association. He was a graduate of Waynesburg Normal (now called Waynesburg College). And he was a member of the Kughntown United Methodist Church, where he was active as trustee and served on the official board. A son of the late William H. and Frances Knight Main, he was predeceased by an infant brother, Carl. Surviving is his wife, Golda Wise Main who he married Jan. 1, 1921, Victor of Pine Bank; five grandchildren, Larry, Karen, Ann, Karl and Megan; three great grandchildren, Laura, Troy and Thea; a sister, Mrs. Artie Phillips of Pine Bank. More: Friends of Arthur L. Main who died Tuesday, July 1, 1975 are being received in Mariner and Milliken Funeral Home, Waynesburg on Friday at 11 A. M. , when services will be held at the funeral home, with the Rev. David Stains officiating. Burial will follow in Greene County Memorial Park. =======================Arthur Ray Main, 61, of Pine Bank R. D. 2, died Monday, Nov. 22, 1954, at 1:50 P.M. in Greene County Memorial Hospital after a three-year illness. Born Dec. 8, 1893 at New Freeport, he was the son of J. B. Main and Malissa Kiger Main. His wife, Toli Frances Moniger Main, died June 5, 1934. He spent all his life as a farmer in the Pine Bank community, and was a member of the Bethany Methodist Church. Mr. Main is survived by the following sons and daughters; Mrs. Fannie Hennen, Sycamore R. D. 1, Kenneth, West Alexander; Everett, Joseph and Charles, all of Waynesburg R. D. 5; Arthur, Jr. of Sycamore R. D. 1; Clyde of Cameron Star Route, and Donald, with the US Army at Ft. Meade, Md.; 13 grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Cassie Lemmons of New Freeport R. D. 1. One grandchild deceased. =======================Bette Ruth Main, 43, of Pine Bank, died unexpectedly at 9 p.m. Tuesday, March 9, 1965, in the Greene County Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She was born November 30, 1921 at Waynesburg, to Ralph Carton Jones and the late Goldie Davies Jones. She was a graduate of Waynesburg High School and was a member of the Kuhntown Methodist Church and the Sunset Rebekah Lodge. Surviving are her husband, Victor Main, a teacher in the Central Greene School District; a son, Larry Allen with the U.S. Navy at Charleston, S.C., and a daughter, Karen Lee, at home. More: Friends of Betty Ruth Main of Pine Bank who died Tuesday, March 9, 1965, are being received at the Samuel P. Weaver Funeral Home, W. High St., Waynesburg, where services will be held at 2 P.M. Friday with Rev. Neal K. Rogers in charge. Burial in Greene County Memorial Park. =======================Waynesburg, Dec. 26.- Joe R. Main, 67, a former County Commissioner of Greene County, died in his home in Gilmore Township Saturday night. Dec. 24, at 8:20 o'clock, following an illness of two years. He was one of the best known and most highly respected citizens of the country. Mr. Main was born Dec. 3, 1881, in Gilmore Township where he spent his entire life. He was a son of Sabeas and Margaret Minor Main. Mr. Main was always active in politics and held a number of offices of trust in his own township. In 1919 he was elected to the office of county commissioner on the Democratic ticket and filled that office for one term, from Jan. 1, 1929, to Jan. 1, 1924. He married Malissa Kiger, who survives. There also survives one son, Arthur R. Main, of Pine Bank; one daughter, Mrs. Cassie Lemmon of Ten Mile; one brother, Leroy Main, of West Alexander, and four sisters, Mrs. Fannie Hennen and Mrs. Mary Henderson, of New Freeport; Mrs. Matilda Henderson, of Pine Bank, and Mrs. Sarah Kennedy, of West Alexander. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 27. Short services will be held at the home at 1 o'clock, with further services in the Pleasant Hill M. E. Church in charge of the Rev. W. W. Sutton. Burial will be in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery. =======================Waynesburg, June 1. - Mrs. Malissa Kiger Main, 71, of New Freeport, R. D. , died at 2:04 P.M. Saturday, May 31, in the Greene County Memorial hospital. She had been ill for eight weeks. A cerebral hemorrhage was the cause of death. Mrs. Main was born December 14, 1869, a daughter of Benjamin and Cassandra Thomas Kiger. She was married 50 years ago to J. B. Main, a former Greene County Commissioner, who died in 1939. Mrs. Main's early life was spent in Springhill township and her married life in Gilmore Township. She was a member of the Pleasant Hill Methodist Church. Two children survive. They are Arthur R. Main, Pine Bank, R. D. 2, and Mrs. Cassie E. Lemmon, of Ten Mile. The following brothers and sisters survive: Mrs. Maggie Church; who made her home with Mrs. Main; Mrs. M. L. Pethel, of Miami, Fla.; Mrs. J. L. Main, of West Alexander. B. E. Kiger, of New Freeport; Mrs. James Kennedy, of West Alexander; Mrs. John Rice of New Freeport; and O. R. Kiger, of West Alexander. Two sisters and two brothers are deceased. There also survive 12 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon, June 3. Short service will be held in the home at 1 P.M. E. S. T. with futher services at 1:30 o'clock in the Pleasant Hill Methodist Church in charge of ? Rev. W. W. Sutton of Morgantown, W. Va. Burial will be in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery. =======================William Henry Main, 81, lifelong resident of Wayne Township, died Thursday, Oct. 2, 1947, at 2:45 p.m. at his home, Pine Bank, RD 2, following an illness of two years. A well known retired farmer, he was born July 25, 1866, a son of James and Charlotte Taylor Main. He married Frances Knight, who died eight years ago. He was a member of the Kughtown Methodist Church. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. W.L. Phillips, Pine Bank, RD 2; one son, Arthur L. Main, Pine Bank, RD 1; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Benjamin Cole, of Kirby; one half-brother, Luther Main of Waynesburg, and a half-sister, Mrs. Laura Rhome, of Moundsville, W. Va. Four sisters and one half-brother are deceased. more: Funeral services for William Henry Main, of Pine Bank, RD 2, who died Thursday, Oct. 2, 1947, will be held Sunday afternoon, Oct. 5, at one o'clock at the Kughntown Methodist Church, with the Rev. Albert Merz, officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery at Bluff. Friends will be received at the Scott Funeral Home in Rogersville until 4 P.M. Saturday and after 6 P.M. Saturday at the home of his son, Arthur L. Main, at Kughntown. Scott Funeral Service in charge. =======================Hattie Virginia Maine, 81, of Apartment 102, Thompson Gardens, Waynesburg, died at 2:30 a.m. Saturday, September 14, 1974 at the Greene County Memorial Hospital. She had been in failing health for the past few months. She was born November 19, 1892 in Center Township, Greene County, a daughter of of the late Richard and Matilda Kerns Morris. Her husband, John Maine preceded her in death. Two daughters, Mrs. Jesse A. "Florence" Curfman of Waynesburg and Mrs. John M. "Ida" Ackley of Prosperity RD 2, survive. Surviving in addition to her two daughters are twelve grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. She was the last of her immediate family. She was a member of the Church of God at Rolling Meadows. More: Friends of Hattie Virginia Maine of Apartment 102 Thompson Gardens, Waynesburg who died Saturday, September 14, 1974 are being received in Samuel P. Weaver Funeral Home, West High Street, Waynesburg where funeral services will be held at 1:30 P.M. Monday with Rev. Lloyd Abbott in Greene Mount ? Cemetery, Waynesburg. =======================Kenneth W. Mankey, 72, of Waynesburg RD 3, died Thursday, November 14 at 10 p.m. at Greene County Memorial Hospital after an illness of the past few years. He was born August 15, 1902 at Morris Township in Greene County. He is preceded in death by his wife, Lena Lough Mankey, who died November 28, 1971. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Raymond "Margaret" Anderson, of Waynesburg RD 2, and Mrs. Charles "Audra" Evans, of Waynesburg; one son, Kenneth Robert Mankey, of Waynesburg RD 3; one aunt, Nellie Mankey, of Waynesburg; several cousins; seven grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Waynesburg; and resided in the Waynesburg and Nineveh areas most of his life. =======================Nellie A. Mankey, 92, of 170 E. Greene St., Waynesburg, died at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, October 4 at Fisher's Home for the Elderly, Rices Landing, following a long illness. She was born October 11, 1885 near Nineveh, the daughter of the late George and Hannah McCullough Mankey. She was a graduate of Waynesburg Business College and performed clerical work for several Waynesburg attorneys. She never married and was the last of her immediate family. Surviving is one niece, Nellie Reese of Scenery Hill, Pa.; two nephews, Mitlage Sanders of Waynesburg and Albert Mankey Sr. of Amity. One brother and six sisters preceded her in death. more: Friends of Nellie A. Mankey, 92, 170 E. Greene St. Waynesburg; who died at 3:45 P.M., Wednesday, October 4, will be received at the Frank J. Behm Funeral Home, Waynesburg from 7-9 P.M., on Thursday, Oct. 5, and 2-4 P.M. and 7 -9 P.M. on Friday, October 6 where funeral services will be held Saturday, Oct. 7, at 1 P.M. with Dr. Stewart Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in West Union Cemetery. =======================Benjamin Franklin Manning Benjamin F. Manning was born near Hagerstown, MD, July 1, 1824 and died Feb. 17, 1905, being in his 81st year. When a small boy he moved to Ohio with his father and sisters. He came to Pennsylvania in 1840. Here he learned the mill wright trade, which trade he followed for fifty years. He married Miss Therrissa Smith, daughter of Samuel and Bythia Smith, of Pursley Creek this county. To them were born several sons and two daughters. A son and daughter dying in infancy. The remaining sons and daughters are J. N., W. P., William and Elizabeth of Waynesburg; Cephas of Oak Forest; James of Fairmont, W. Va; and B. F. of Old Frame, Fayette county. Mr. Manning joined church in early manhood, but his religious experience as a true follower of Christ began about ten years ago when there came to him a clear and unmistakable evidence that he was indeed a redeemed soul, born anew in the kingdom of God. During his illness he often expressed a desire to meet his Savior and wondered why He so long delayed his coming, and when the summons came, he passed peacefully away to dwell forever with his Lord. His remains were taken to the Pursley creek church on Sabbath morning, where appropriate services were held, conducted by his pastor, Rev. Taylor, of Waynesburg. Here a company of his former neighbors and friends were assembled to pay the last tribute of respect to the departed, and their solumn demeanor as they gazed on the face of him they had known for many years showed how much he had been esteemed by them. One friend was heard to remark, I have known Ben Manning for about sixty years, and have only known him as an honest man and a man who never said any harm of any one. What better could be said of any man. His five sons and grandson were the pall bearers. His body was laid to rest beside that of wife, who preceded him to the spirit land some years ago. =======================James Brenton McClelland Manning OBITUARY Gary Post-Tribune January 19, 1952 James B. Manning, 87, a resident of Gary Indiana since 1924, died last night in Methodist hospital following a long illness. He had been in the hospital since early December. Born in Oak Forest, PA, in 1864, Manning was the son of Benjamin & Therissa Smith Manning of PA. Manning had been retired because of health since moving to Gary from Fairmont, W. Va., in 1927 to make his home with two daughters, Mrs. S. M. Stucker of Gary and Mrs. W. D. Smallwood of Hobart. Another daughter also survives, Mrs. F. D. Morrow of Louisville, Ky., in addition to two granddaughters and two great grandchildren. The body is at the Williams and Burns chapel where funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Allen B. Rice, probably Thursday afternoon. Manning had been a lifelong member of the Methodist church. =======================Therissa Smith Manning Mr. Editor:--By some means the notice of the death of Mrs. B. F. Manning, Oak Forest, Pa, which occurred on March 6, 1894, has never been published and I, as a friend, will write the following article for publication, which you will please give room in your paper. The subject of this notice was the wife of B. F. Manning, a millright, with whom the people of Greene county are generally well acquainted, and a daughter of Samuel Smith a shoemaker of this neighborhood who died a number of years ago. She was aged about 60 years and the mother I believe of nine or ten children, seven of whom are living. She has lived . . . in this neighborhood . . 45 years and has led a virtuous life. She has been the victim of some very distressing afflictions, one of them being by an explosion of a can of lamp oil near forty years ago, which took fire from which she was fearfully burned about the face and breast, which came near causing her death and from which she was marred and disfigured for life and also from which her general health was so impaired that she remained to a great extent an invalid all her life; and notwithstanding all this, she has struggled and toiled in connection with her husband through all these many years and succeeded in rearing a respectable family of industrious and well-to-do children, who during her many years of affliction never ceased to give her the most kind and affectionate attention until the last. She leaves many relatives and friends to mourn . . . =======================ELIJAH D. MAPEL IS VICTIM OF A HEART AILMENT Prominent Wayne Township Farmer Was One of First in County Interested in Agricultural Extension ACTIVE CHURCH WORKER Waynesburg, Aug. 19-Elijah D. Mapel, 78, one of the best known and most highly respected citizens of Wayne Township, died at his home Thursday, Aug. 19, 1937, at 9:A. M. Mr. Mapel had been in failing health for the past three years, but the immediate cause of death was a heart ailment and complications. As an active and progressive citizen Mr. Mapel took a prominent part in the affair of his community. He had followed farming and stock raising and was noted especially as a breeder of fine wool sheep. Because he brought pedigreed stock into the district, his sheep flock became widely known and he sold hundreds of fine animals to other breeders. A son of Hamilton and Cassandra Gordon Mapel, Me. Mapel was born Jan. 22, 1860, in Wayne Township, where he spent his entire life. In politics Mr. Mapel was active as a staunch Democrat. Mr. Mapel was president of the Greene County Agricultural Extension Association, being among the first to become interested in the organization and it's efforts to introduce the latest and more progressive practice in farming and stock breeding in the county. A member of the Pursley Baptist Church Mr. Mapel was senior deason and a trustee. He served longer than any other member ever did as clerk of the church and for some years was superintendent of the Sunday School. Mr. Mapel was also a member of Kuhntown Lodge No. 262 and of Hoovers Run Grange. Mr. Mapel married twice. His first wife, Lida Clark, died in 1907. One child was born, Clark Mapel, of Waynesburg, who survives. In 1911 he married Mary Kent Orndoff, who also survives, with one sister, Mrs. Sadie M. Nicholls, of Waynesburg, R. D. 4. [now the next 4 lines have a big black spot to the right side in the article. Here is what I can read.:] ????? services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock ///////////home conducted by his /////Rev. Thomas Presnell. Burial will be in Fairall Cenetery. =======================Waynesburg - Amity "Red" Marshall, 69, of 334 S. Washington St. Waynesburg, died at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, 1980 at his home. He had not been in the best of health for some time. Born March 6, 1910 in Greene Township near Mapletown, he was a son of the late William T. and Effie D. Myers Marshall. On June 10, 1939, he married Marie Fox, who survives. He spent all of his life in the Waynesburg area, and was a member of the Washington Street United Methodist Church and the John Wesley Sunday School Class. He was also a trustee and a member of the official board of the church. When his health permitted, he was active in all church activities. On March 6, 1975, he retired from the Wells-Lee Coca-Cola Bottling Company after forty years of service. He was a veteran of World War II, having served with the U.S. Navy in the Pacific Theater of Operation. He was a member of the VFW Post 4793 in Waynesburg and the Independent Order of Oddfellows 469. He was also an active member of the Waynesburg Volunteer Fire Company for more than 40 years, and for several years served as a trustee of the company. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Michael "Brenda" Petrick of Cleveland, Ohio and Karen Sue Marshall at home; two sons, Larry A. Marshall of Waynesburg and Edward Lee Marshall of Columbus, Ohio; two brothers, Scott of RD 1, Waynesburg and Wilbert of Jefferson; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Cox of Greensboro and Mrs. Blanche Miller of Paisley; three grandsons, Michael Petrick and Jeffrey and Eric Marshall; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by three sisters and six brothers. More: Friends of Amity "Red" Marshall, 69, of Waynesburg, who died Thursday, Feb. 7, 1980, will be received from 7 to 9 P.M. Friday and from 2 to 9 P.M Saturday at the Mariner and Milliken Funeral Home in Waynesburg where services will be held at 1 P.M. Sunday, Feb. 10 with the Rev. Ralph W. Brownfield officiating. Burial will be in the Greene County Memorial Park. A visitation by members of the Waynesburg Volunteer Fire Company will be held Saturday at 7 P.M. =======================Alexander Masters, aged 86 years, of Belmont, Ohio, died at the Ohio Valley General hospital on Monday afternoon at 2:18 o'clock, just about two hours after he entered the hospital. He was born at Spragg, Pa., on June 2, 1856 and was a son of Nicholas and Eliza Jane Tuttle Masters. Deceased was united in marriage on March 28, 1876 to Louisa Yeager, and who died on March 10, 1934. Surviving are four sons, Eufus, Allison, Elzie and Jessie, all of Belmont and four daughters, Mrs. T. B. Smith and Mrs. H. W. Kent of Pine Bank, Pa.; Miss Frances at home and Miss Mary of Columbus, a brother, T. E. Masters of Blacksville, W. Va., a sister, Mrs. Evans Roberts of Thomas City, Iowa, and 22 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from the home at Belmont, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Roberts of the Methodist church. Burial will be in the Chestnut Level cemetery. =======================Minnie Stewart Masters, 73, of RD 1, Jefferson, died unexpectedly Monday, Jan. 12, 1981 at 2:30 p.m. in Greene County Memorial Hospital. She was born August 31, 1907 at Washington County, the daughter of the late William and Mary Stewart. She married Thomas Masters, who died in 1964. She spent most of her married life in Jefferson. She was a retired employee of the Jefferson-Morgan School District and was a member of the Jefferson Baptist Church. She is survived by two daughters, Wilma Masters and Wreatha Masters; a son, Thomas Masters; a grandson, William Masters; a granddaughter, Linda Masters and a great-granddaughter. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary L. Rogers of RD 1, Carmichaels, and Mrs. Guy Riggle of Washington, Pa. and one brother, Carl Stewart of Carmichaels. Two brothers and one sister preceded her in death. more: Friends of Minnie Stewart Masters, 73, of RD 1, Jefferson, who died Monday, Jan. 12, 1981, will be received at the Behm Funeral Home Inc., Jefferson from 7 to 9 P.M. Tuesday and 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. Wednesday. Services will be held at the funeral home at 1 P.M. Thursday Jan. 15, 1981, with the Rev. Ray H. Streets 111, officiating. Burial will be in Jefferson Cemetery. =======================Thompson Elsworth Masters, aged 70 years, died at 1 P.M. Saturday, March 2, 1946, in his home at Blacksville, W. Va. He had been in poor health for the last two years but his sudden death came as a shock to his many friends at Blacksville and surrounding community. He was well known in the community where he died as he had lived and spent his entire life there. He was born Nov. 27, 1875 and was the son of the late Nicholas and Mary Jane Howard Masters. He was a faithful member of the Blacksville Methodist Church until his health would not permit him to take an active part the last few years. He leaves his wife, Minnie Wade Masters; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Calvert, of Blacksville and Miss Irene Masters, of Baltimore, Md.; one son, Delmont Masters, of Hundred, W. Va.; ? grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services were held at ? late home Tuesday, in charge ? Rev. Charles H. Hawkins, and the Blacksville Lodge No. 133, Knights of Pythias. Interment was in the Blacksville Cemetery. ======================='A sudden death occurred at Mt Morris about 8:00 on Monday morning which proved a great shock to the community. John Maxon, a well known undertaker of that place, had walked to the home of Owen Brown to secure a supply of milk for the day and while returning home, in passing the home of John Moslander, he suddenly sank down and died in a few moments. Friends hurried to his assistance, but when they reached him life was almost extinct. He had come to Mt Morris in his boyhood and lived at the home of J. R. Donley. Upon arriving at manhood, he engaged in the undertaking business and continued until his death. He was a member of the Methodist Protestant Church, and was highly respected. He is survived by his wife and three children, Mrs. George Baer, Claude and Harold Maxon. One brother and four sisters survive; T. A. Maxon of Mt Morris, Mrs Arthur Garner, Richmond, VA; Mrs Solomon Chalfant, Blackville, WV; Mrs H. C. Staggers, Waynesburg; and Mrs John Dodd, Iceland, Wis.' Wayne Republican, Thursday March 13, 1913 =======================Martha Maxon, 48, of Mount Morris, Pa., died at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, at the University Medical Center in Morgantown, West Virginia. She had been seriously ill for the past few days. She was born August 30, 1929 in Wayne Township near Brock. She was the daughter of Clarence and Marie Knight Kiger. She spent her early years in Brock and her last years in Mount Morris. She belonged to the Mount Morris United Methodist Church and was a member of the United Methodist Women's Church group. She was also a member of the Emerald Chapter of the Eastern Star No. 135, Waynesburg. She is survived by her husband Charles E. Maxon Sr. They were married Sept. 8, 1945. Surviving also are one son, Charles E. Jr., of Mount Morris, one sister Arvel "Betty" Kiger of Waynesburg, and two granddaughters, Melissa and Michelle Maxon. =======================Pleasant Jane Baremore Maxon Mrs. John W. Maxon, age (78), well known Mt Morris woman, died of apoplexy at 9:00 am Sunday, Nov 6 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George C. Baer, in Mt Morris. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 in the Baer home. The services will be in charge of Rev. Samuel Spencer, pastor of Morrisville Methodist Protestant Church, assisted by Rev. W. G. Vincent of Mt Morris. A daughter of (Joseph) and Mary Steele Baremore, she was born and reared in Mt Morris, and lived there all her life until the death of her husband, John W. Maxon in 1911, since which time she has made her home with her children. Her husband was a well known undertaker of Mt Morris for many years. Mrs. Maxon was a member of the Methodist Protestant Church of Mt Morris. She leaves three children: Claude L. Maxon of Waynesburg, Walter H. of Columbus, Ohio and Mrs. George C. Baer of Mt Morris. The Democratic Messenger, Tues. Nov 8, 1932, Waynesburg, PA =======================Helen Renner Mayberry, 52, died Sunday evening, March 21, 1976, at her home in Yuba City, Calif. She was born Feb. 13, 1914, at Kirby, Pa., a daughter of the late Bert and Louie Masters Renner and was a former resident of Kirby. Survivors include her husband, Henry Mayberry; one sister, Mrs. Albert "Ethel" Jones of Morgantown; one brother, Earl Renner of Mt. Morris, Pa.; two nieces and one nephew. One brother, Ernest Renner, preceded her in death. =======================Bernice Mayne, 75, of 170 Shady Lane, Washington, died at 12:15 p.m. Friday, January 30, 1976, in Washington Hospital. She was born February 28, 1900 in Washington County to Nathan and Almira Jane Day Bane and was married to George L. Mayne, who died March 31, 1962. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints. Surviving are two sons, Clarence H. and William R., both of orlando, Fla.; three daughters, Eleanor, wife of Charles Spencer, of Alma, W.Va., Opal Mae, wife of William Shriver, of Prosperity, RD 2, and Wilma, wife of Samuel Crawford, of Holbrook RD 1; a brother, Harvey Bane, of Eldersville; two sisters, Bessie Cochran, of Plainsville, N.J. and Hazel Seabright of Washington; 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. =======================Eleanor Elizabeth Darrah McCann, 86, of Carmichaels, [Greene County] Pa. died Monday, April 10, 2000 at 12:30 a.m. in Precious Moments Personal Care Home, Carmichaels, following a brief illness. She was born March 4, 1914, in Carmichaels, Pa., daughter of Glenn Darrah and Trissa Beatty Darrah. Eleanor was a member of First United Methodist Church and also V.F.W. Auxiliary both in Carmichaels. She was a postal worker in Carmichaels for many years. On July 30, 1945, she married Stephen McCann. Mr. Stephen McCann was a former Majority Leader of the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives in the 1950's and 1960's. He died January 26, 1991. Also deceased are three sisters, Julia Horner, Jean Darrah, and Marjorie McCann, and her parents. She is survived by two children: Stephen D. McCann of Carmichaels and Mrs. David "Trissa" Rowe of Bobtown, Pa; two grandchildren: Jonathan Rowe and Amy Rowe; a brother-in-law, John McCann of Masontown, Pa; a sister-in-law, anna Potter of Uniontown, Pa; three nieces: Glenda Beal, Barbara Gazy, and Judy Weaver; many grand-nephews and grandnieces. Friends will be received at the Paul Michael Lesako Funeral Home, Inc., 204 Dowlin Avenue, Carmichaels, Pa, today (1/11/2000) from 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Thursday, April 13, from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Services will be held at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Roger Saunders officiating. Interment will follow in Laurel Point Cemetery, Carmichaels. =======================Daily News Standard, November 17, 1914 John W. McCann - Smithfield John W. McCann, 78 years old, died at the home of his son, R.P. McCann, at Smithfield, Saturday, following an illness of two weeks. Mr. McCann was born and raised at Greensboro, Greene County, where he spent most of his life. He was the father of 12 children, eight of whom are living. They are: Joseph McCann, Mrs. Jessie Bloom and Mrs. George Keener of Greensboro; Mrs. Joseph Keener of Star City; Mrs. Lindsey Johnson, Masontown; Sherman McCann, Uniontown; James McCann, Smock; and R.P. McCann, Smithfield. Funeral services were held at the McCann home at Smithfield Monday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. W.M. Ryan officiating. Interment was made in the Monongahela cemetery at Greensboro. =======================Caleb Spencer McClelland Source: Waynesburg Republican "Newspaper", Thursday Morning, August 11, 1921. "Caleb Spencer McClelland died at his home in East Waynesburg on Wednesday, August 10 at 11:00 AM. He was 77 years old and was born in Franklin Township, this county (Greene County, Pennsylvania) on October 4, 1841. He was a Civil War Veteran having enlisted in the Union Army on June 16, 1863. His enlistment was for a period of six months and he was discharged on January 28, 1864. He reenlisted on August 30, 1864 for a period of one year or the duration of the war and was discharged finally on June 13, 1865. His first service was with the Independant Battery of Light Artillary. Mr. McClelland was united in marriage with Miss Mary Lowden on March 10, 1867. To this union twelve children were born, six of whom and Mrs. McClelland survive. The surviving children are Walter, Joseph Y. and Mrs. W. R. Barkman of Waynesburg; Dawson, Charles and William of Washington, Pennsylvania. There are also eighteen surviving grandchildren and thirteen great- grandchildren. Mr. McClelland was a plumber by trade and was a member of the G. A. R. Funeral services will be held at his late home at 3:30 PM, Thursday, August 11 and internment will be in Green Mount Cemetery." =======================Goldie McClellan, 85, of Wind Ridge, RD 1, died at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, May 30, 1971 in Ohio Valley Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va. She had been seriously ill for four weeks. Mrs. McClellan was born July 1, 1885, in Richhill Township, a daughter of the late Peter and Parthenia Mundell Chess. She was married November 22, 1903, to James B. McClellan, who died November 6, 1947. For many years Mrs. McClellan lived at Graysville, and since 1912 she has resided at Wind Ridge. For the past few years she lived with her son, James E. McClellan. She was a member of the Wind Ridge Christian Church, Loyal Women's Club and the Long Run Church of God Ladies Group. Surviving are three daughters: Mrs. Lawrence (Anna) Parry, of Holbrook; Mrs. Paul (Naomi) Whipkey, of Wind Ridge; and Mrs. Ray (Alberta) Wood, of Bellflower, Calif.; two sons, Milburn and James McClellan, both of Wind Ridge, RD 1.; 13 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Milliken of Freeport, Ohio and Mrs. Letha Rush, of Belpre, Ohio. One son and four sisters are deceased. Funeral services were held Wednesday with burial in Wind Ridge Cemetery. =======================James E. McClellan, 60, of Wind Ridge, RD 1, died at 2:45 p.m. Saturcay, March 30, 1985, in Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling, W. Va. He was born July 14, 1924, in Waynesburg, a son of James B. and Goldie Chess McClellan. His wife, Betty Lohr McClellan, whom he married August 10, 1943, survives. Mr. McClellan was employed as a cement mason for 37 years and was a member of the Cement Masons Union, Local 526. He spent his entire life in Richhill Township. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are three sons, Victor McClellan and Timothy McClellan, both of Wind Ridge; and two sisters, Mrs. Paul "Naomi" Whipkey of Wind Ridge and Mrs. Alverta Wood of Bellflower, Calif. A sister, Anna Parry, brother, Milburn McClellan, and an infant brother are deceased. "Burial was in Wind Ridge Cemetery" "From 'Washington Observer'" =======================Obituary - The Democrat Messenger, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, dated April 09, 1935: Mary Lowden McClelland, aged 83 years, died at 11:55 a.m. today at her residence in Morris Street, following a three weeks illness. She was born June 18, 1851 in Durham County, England, coming to this country when she was eight or ten years of age. Her husband, the late Caleb Spencer McClelland, died in August 1931. The surviving children are Walter McClelland, Waynesburg: Dawson McClelland and Charles McClelland, Washington, Pennsylvania; Joseph Y. McClelland and Mrs. Anna Barkman of Waynesburg. She was a member of the Baptist Church here. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the late home with interment in Green Mount Cemetery." Note: Green Mount Cemetery information indicates that Mary (Lowden) McClelland is buried next to her husband C. S. McClelland - no marker. =======================Obituary, The Democrat Messenger, Wednesday, September 22, 1954: Nathan Walter McClelland Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Weaver funeral Home for Nathan Walter McClelland, 86, of Waynesburg, who was killed Monday night, September 20, 1954, at 10 o'clock when struck by an automobile on East High Street, at the intersection of Bonar Avenue. Born April 15, 1868 in Waynesburg, Mr. McClelland was a son of Caleb and Mary Lowden McClelland and spent most of his life in the Waynesburg community where he was widely known. He was employed for many years by Manfacturers Light and Heat Company here and also for a time was employed in Pittsburgh. He married Mary Lough, who survives along with the following daughters and sons: Mrs. Henry Davis, of Waynesburg, Mrs. Charles Corwin of Waynesburg RD 3, Mrs. Mabel Orndorff at home, Edward F. and Fred McClelland of Waynesburg. One son James is deceased. He also leaves 21 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, four great- great-grandchildren, one sister - Mrs. Anna Barkman, Waynesburg and one brother - Joseph Y. McClelland of Waynesburg." Buried in Greene County Memorial Park, Thursday, September 23, 1954 from the Weaver Funeral Home. =======================James B. McClure Mrs. E.H.Conway of 63 Grandview avenue, South Park, received a message this morning that her uncle, J.B. McClure, a wealthy real estate man of Alva, Okla, was dead. He died Saturday morning about 7 o'clock of creeping paralysis from which he had suffered for several years. He was 73 years old. Mr. McClure was born near Mount Morris Pa, where he spent a good deal of his early life. At the time of his brother Oliver's death 30 years ago, he was in the West. He returned and reared his family of three boys as had been his brother's last request. When the boys were of age, which was about 15 years ago, he took them to Oklahoma, which was then opening up and became interested in real estate at which he prospered. Soon after his arrival, he married Malissa Green, who came from her home in Fort Scott, Ark, to join him after a courtship by mail that had extender over a period of 25 years. Mr. McClure is survived by his wife, his sister Miss Mary McClure, who has been living with him; a brother W.S. McClure of Aarons Creek and many nieces and nephews, He had no children. The nephews are George McClure of Aarons Creek; James F. McClure, of Dug Hill; W.A. McClure of Ringgold: Edison McClure of Aarons Creek; Clement McClure, James A. McClure and J.W. McClure, all of Oklahoma; John F. McClure and O. L. McClure of Riverside. The nieces are Mrs Conway and Miss Tillie McClure of Aarons Creek. The body will be shipped to Fort Scott Ark. for burial and Miss Mary McClure will live with her other brother at Aarons Creek. Mr. McClure's mother, Mrs. Martha McClure, died in Westover , four years ago at the are of 102 years., Morgantown Post-Chronicle. The editor of the Democrat-Messenger was personally and intimately acquainted with Mr. McClure, for many years. He was a man of Character and high moral worth. A manly man whose word was as good as his bond The world is a better because James B. McClure lived in it. =======================Mrs. Mary Donley MCCLURE of Mount Morris, died at her home Tuesday, night, September 6, 1904 , of a cancerous affliction, aged about 54 years. She was a daughter of William DONLEY and widow of Lewis McCLURE deceased. She leaves three married daughters, viz: Margaret DEAN. Ida FOX, and Cora SHULTZ. =======================Jessie B. McCracken, 66, of Cameron, W. Va., RD 1, (Greene County), died at 6:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, 1971, at her residence. She was born Sept. 14, 1905, in Greene County, a daughter of the late Henry and Siddie Houston King. Mrs. McCracken was a member of the Sugar Grove Union Church. Surviving are her husband, Burns D. McCracken; two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Barney of Canonsburg; Mrs. Mary Bane of Sharon; two brothers, Homer King of Wind Ridge, Eugene King of Rogers, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. Two sisters and two brothers preceded her in death. Funeral services were held Saturday with burial in Sugar Grove Cemetery. =======================Jesse L. McCracken, 83, of Cameron, W. Va., RD 4, died at 6:50 p.m. Monday, July 5, 1965, after a lingering illness. Mr. McCracken was born September 19,1881, in Greene County, a son of Abraham and Ida Wright McCracken. He was a member of the Sugar Grove Brethren Church and the Sugar Grove Grange. A retired farmer, he had served as an Aleppo Township supervisor for 12 years. His wife, Anna Belle Phillips, died in 1927. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Darrell Yoho of Poland, Ohio, Mrs. Ruby Wagner of Palmetto, Fla., and Mrs. Opal Rutan of Wheeling, W. Va.; three sons, Glenn of Cameron, RD 4, Floyd, of Savannah, Ga., and Carl of Follansbee, W. Va.; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held July 8, 1965, with burial in Sugar Grove Cemetery. =======================Mrs. Sarah F. Courtwright McCracken, wife of S. B. McCracken, died at their home near McCracken, this county, Tuesday morning, May 615, aged 47 years, of tubercolosis. Mrs. McCracken was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Courtwright, deceased, and was highly esteemed. She was a member of the United Brethren Church. Besides her husband, she is survived by four children: Mrs. Joseph Reese, of Downs, W. Va.; Gail, Walter, and Bessie, at home. The following brothers and sisters also survive: W. T. Courtwright, Mrs. Geo. Grim, Mrs. Harry Hewitt, Mrs. Joseph Rush, and Miss Lida Courtwright, of Cameron RD.; Mrs. Peter Staggers, Rock Lick, W. Va.; and Mrs. Geo. Polen, Harveys. The funeral was held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Sugar Grove United Brethren Church, conducted by Rev. J. M. Murray and Rev. W. T. Gilbert. Interment was in the Sugar Grove Cemetery. (From the Waynesburg Republican May 1917) =======================Clyde C. McCullough, 60, husband of Metta Milliken McCullough, died at the home of his son, Willis McCullough, 562 Braden street, Monday, Sept. 19, 1949, after a lingering illness. A well known farmer, he was born in Jackson Township, March 5, 1889, the son of Marion and Mary Anne Gillogly McCullough. With the exception of the past four years with his son, he had lived all his life in Jackson Township. Surviving besides his wife and son Willis, are three granddaughters; one brother, Lawrence McCullough, Lone Pine; two sisters, Mrs. J. Walter Barnes, Washington, Pa., and Mrs Jesse O. Morris, Holbrook, RD 1. He was an active member of the Macedonia Baptist Church and had served for years as a deacon in that church. =======================Ralph S. McCullough, 61, RD 1, Sycamore, died at 8:10 a.m. Sept. 7, at the Greene County Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. He was born May 21, 1917 at Morris Township, the son of the late Elmas and Mollie Sweeney McCullough. He is survived by his wife, Eileen Kerr McCullough; one son, Richard McCullough of RD 1, Sycamore; two grandchildren, Troy and Todd; one sister, Mrs. Warren "Faye" Conklin, RD 1, Sycamore; one brother, Ivan McCullough of Waynesburg. He was a member of the Nineveh United Methodist Church. A veteran of World War II having served in the European Theatre of Operation. He was employed 18 years as road supervisor for Morris Township. More: Friends of Ralph S. McCullough, 61, RD 1, Sycamore, who died Sept. 7 are being received from 7-9 P.M. Friday and 4-9 P.M. Saturday at the Mariner and Milliken Funeral Home N. Maiden St.. Where services will be held at 3 P.M., Sunday, Grenci officiating. Burial will be in West Union Cemetery. =======================Robert W. McDonald, 60, of Cameron, RD 5, died at 10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23, at home. He was born July 19, 1918, in Greene County, Pa., the son of Henry and Sarah Rhome McDonald. He was a member of the Ryerson Station Baptist Church, the American Legion Cameron Post 18 and the Loyal Order of Moose, Cameron. He was employed as a construction worker. His wife, Dorothea Riggs, preceded him in death in 1978. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Allen Lee "Anna Marie" Simms, of Aleppo; four grandchildren. More: Robert W. McDonald, 60, of Cameron, W. Va. who died Thursday, Nov. 23, will be received at the Charles E. Anderson Funeral Home, Cameron after 1 P.M. Wednesday, Nov. 29, where services will be held at 1 P.M. Thursday with the Rev. Frank Crow officiating. Burial in Centennial Cemetery, Aleppo. =======================John L. McDougal, 83, of RD 1, Spraggs, Pa., died August 30, 1973 at 3:50 a.m. in the Greene County Memorial Hospital. He was born May 27, 1890 at Spraggs, the son of the late Alexander and Elizabeth Maple McDougal. Surviving is his wife, Ona Knight McDougal, whom he married in Sept. 9, 1922. Mr. McDougal was a life-long resident of the Spraggs area, having worked as a farmer and stock raiser. For six years he served as a Wayne Township Supervisor. He was a veteran of WW I, serving with the U.S. Army in France and Germany. He was a member of the Washington Street United Methodist Church of Waynesburg. Surviving in addition to his wife are four sons, Furman L. of Crafton, James H. of Waynesburg, John L. of Vermillion, Ohio, Rev. William H. McDougal of Waynesburg; one brother, Charles Dewey McDougal of Mt. Morris; one sister, Mrs. Ralph "Mary" Lemley of RD 3 Waynesburg; 21 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. One brother and two sisters preceded him in death. more: Friends of John L. McDougal of RD 1 Spraggs, Pa., who died Thursday, Aug. 30, 1973 will be received at the Mariner and Milliken Funeral Home after 7 P.M. tonight where services will be held at 1:30 P.M. Sunday with Rev. Ralph Brownfield and Rev. George Pyle officiating. Burial will be in Claughton Chapel Cemetery. Graveside military services will be conducted by members of the James Farrell Post 330. =======================Clarence M. McMasters, 70, of Sycamore, died at 11:40 p.m. Thursday at Greene County Memorial Hospital. He was born February 19, 1908, in Allegheny County near Pittsburgh, son of the late Mark and Anne Cole McMasters. He spent most of his life in the Waynesburg area, and was affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. He was employed for several years with the former J. Bryan Jacobs Creamery and also for a number of years with PennDOT, having retired in 1971. Surviving are his wife, Ruth Wilson Rose McMasters; one son, William M. McMasters, Waynesburg; one daughter, Mrs. Harry "Dorothy" Baker, Silver Springs, Md.; one step-daughter, Mrs. John "Judy" Fonner, Prosperity; two stepsons, Jim Rose, Montgomery, Ala.; Charles Rose, Washington; 15 grandchildren and 2 great-children. He was preceded in death by one sister, two sons, one daughter, and one granddaughter. =======================Lucretia Vermelia McMasters, 61, of 545 Shirls Avenue, Washington, died at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 21, 1986, in Washington Hospital. She was born June 5, 1924, in Washington, a daughter of Robert and Pauline Dinch Bird. Mrs. McMasters was Protestant. She was married to Robert McMasters Sr. of Waynesburg, who survives. Also surviving are eight sons, Robert McMasters Jr. of Washington, William McMasters, with whom she made her home, David McMasters of Waynesburg RD 3, James Skidmore of Cleveland, Ohio, Charles McMasters of Washington, Donald McMasters of Washington and Ronald and Michael McMasters, both of Waynesburg; four daughters, Mrs. Kenneth "Bonnie" Thomas of Waynesburg, Mrs. Glenn "Ella" Wright of Washington, Mrs. Richard "Sandra" Roe of Washington and Mrs. Dallas "Pauline" Cobb of Waynesburg; one brother, Robert Bird of Washington; one sister, Mrs. Don "Mildred" McDonald of Washington; a half sister, Mrs. Chuck "Betty" Hutter of Washington; 47 grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren. Deceased are one sister, Thelma Bird and two half sisters. =======================Mabel E. McMasters, 69, of Star Route, New Freeport, died Aug. 4, at 2:50 a.m., in the Greene County Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was born July 22, 1909 at Littleton, W.Va., daughter of the late Charles W. and Margaret Jane Kimble Romack. She was married to Arley McMasters, who died April 15, 1950. She resided most of her life in Springhill Twp. and had served as a judge of elections. She was a member of the Sand Hill Church of Christ. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Betty Hughes of RD 1, Holbrook, Mrs. William "Donna Lee" Debolt of Newton Falls, Ohio and Mrs. James "Thelma" Blake of Warren, Ohio; a son, David McMasters of Warren, Ohio; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Nellie Romack of Pittsburgh and Edna Maxwell of Columbus, Ohio; three brothers, Arch, Harry and D. Kenneth Romack, all of Warren, Ohio. More: Friends of Mabel E. McMasters, 69, of Star Route New Freeport, who died Friday will be received in the Robert L. Lantz Funeral Home, Rogersville Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. with services Sunday at 1:30 P.M. with Evangelist James Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Rosemont Cemetery. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. =======================Alex McGlumphy Dead Information has reached Wheeling of the death of Alexander McGlumphy at the home of his son, I.D. McGlumphy, near Odin Ills. Mr. McGlumphy was in the seventy-second year of his Are and was formerly a resident of Dallas in Marshall County. His many friends in the pan Handle will regret to hear of Alexander born in 1828, Washington Co, PA and buried at Mt. View Cemetery Dallas, WV lived most of his life in Moundsville, WV (1870 census). He was a blacksmith on old Rt #40 and married Sarah Ann Gibson around 1850/1851. she was the daughter of Andrew Gibson from Cross Creek, and Miss Morrow a cousin of Dwight Morrow, father of Ann Morrow Lindberg. =======================Mrs. Alice Margaret McGlumphy, 49, died at her home at 17 Oakland Avenue at 1:30 A.M. Friday, following an illness of more than a year. The daughter of the late John Meighen and Lucinda Gordon, she was born in Greene County, on August 8, 1889, and had spent the last 26 years of her life in Washington. She was a member of Fourth Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband, Elzie L. McGlumphy, seven children; Earl G., Wilkinsburg; Mrs. John Frazier, Washington; Mrs. Quay Johnson, Washington; William L., John R., Naomi Ruth and Lucinda, all at home, and the following brothers and sisters; Mark Meighen, West Alexander; Frank Meighen, Waynesburg; John Meighen, Mt. Lebanon; Robert Meighen, Waynesburg; James L. Meighen, Waynesburg; Glenn Meighen, Wind Ridge; Mrs. D. E. Porter, Washington, Mrs. Katherine Minton, Graysville, and Mrs. Adalyn Thomas, Washington. Friends will be received at the A. Blaine Day Funeral Home where funeral services will be conducted on Sunday at 2 o'clock P.M. in charge of the Rev. R. K. Fogal, of Fourth Presbyterian Church. Burial will be made in Richhill Cemetery at Wind Ridge Greene County. =======================Relatives in Cameron received a telegram last night announcing the death of Carl McGlumphy, aged 56, former Cameron resident, who died at 4:40 0'clock yesterday afternoon, Feb. 7, in a Lexington, Ky., hospital. Mr. McGlumphy entered the hospital two weeks ago for a serious operation and pneumonia developed causing his death. Mr. McGlumphy was a son of J. M. McGlumphy, of Cameron, W. Va., and was widely known in that community where he lived a number of years. For the past three years he had permanently resided in Florida. Mr. McGlumphy was never married. He was a member of the I.O.O.F. Lodge of Cameron. Besides his father he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Mary Zurque, of Cameron, W. Va., and Mrs. Myrtle Crispie, of Washington, Ua. The body will arrive in Cameron either tonight or Tuesday morning and will be taken to the home of Mr. McGlumphy's father where it will remain pending funeral arrangements. (typed as printed in newspaper) =======================Mrs. Catherine Jane McGlumphy, aged 87 years, widow of James Sylvester McGlumphy and Former resident of Nineveh, died at 1:35 PM. Wednesday, June 25, 1952 at the home of her son-in-law and Daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley H. Mishler, of Johnston. She had been in poor health for the past year and seriously ill for a month. Born in Greene County on November 3, 1864, Mrs. McGlumphy was a daughter of the late Henry and Martha Jane Beabout. She resided most of her life in Nineveh and was an active member of the Methodist Church at Nineveh. She married James S. McGlumphy on September 20, 1882. Surviving are two sons, William H. McGlumphy of Orville, Ohio, and Ortha L. McGlumphy of Akron, Ohio; four daughters, Mrs. H. L. Earnest of Washington, Mrs. H. F. Ealy, of Emsworth, Mrs. Ray F. Huffman of Waynesburg, and Mrs. Wesley H. Mishler of Johnstown; ten grandchildren; fourteen great- grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Florence Spillman of Prosperity, and one brother, Albert Beabout of Nineveh. Interment, Greenmount Cemetery. =======================Mrs. Dora M. McGlumphy, 98, of 725 Beech Street, died Sunday, March 20, 1966, at 5 am after a lingering illness. She was born in Greene County PA, Sept. 19, 1867, a daughter of Ehud and Cassandra Schriver Steele. She was a member of the First Baptist Church since 1904, the Women's Class and Ladies Aid Society, and was active in Church work until a few years ago. She was married to George B. McGlumphy, a blacksmith who died in April 1945. They had four children, Elzie McGlumphy, Mrs. Rubie T. Fox, Mrs. Mae Wise and Charles McGlumphy all of whom are deceased. Surviving are one granddaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Martin, with whom she made her home the past 20 years; three brothers, Newt Steele, of Marianna; Slater Steele, of New Castle, and Walter Steele in Wyoming; 14 other grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and 9 great great grandchildren. One brother and two sisters are deceased. MCGLUMPHY- Friends of Mrs. Dora M. McGlumphy of 725 Beech Street, who died Sunday, march 20, 1966, will be received at the Robert C. Gordon Funeral Home, Wilson and East Katherine avenues. Where services will be held Tuesday, March 22, at 2 pm by Rev. John A. Mueller, of the First Baptist Church, burial in Washington Cemetery. =======================Pneumonia Following an Operation Is Fatal to Native of Cameron, W. Va. Cameron, W. Va., Feb. 7- Earl McGlumphy, aged 56 years a native of Cameron, died in a Lexington, Ky., hospital today at 4:30 P.M., according to word received by relatives. Death was due to pneumonia, which developed after an operation two weeks ago. Mr. McGlumphy was a son of Milton and Rebecca McGlumphy. He spent the three years in Florida. He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge. He leaves his father and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Zerque, Cameron, and Mrs. Myrtle Christie, Washington. The body will arrive in Cameron Monday night or Tuesday morning, and will be taken to the home of his father. Funeral arrangements will be announced late. =======================Retired timekeeper for Mesta Machine Earl G. McGlumphy, 82, of Swissvale, died Thursday, July 29, 1993, at his home. He was born Oct.. 30, 1910, in Wind Ridge, the son of Elzie and Margaret Meighen McGlumphy. Mr. McGlumphy was a member of Swissvale United Methodist Church. He was retired timekeeper from Mesta Machine, Pittsburgh. Mr. McGlumphy was a member of Swissvale Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Acorn Club, Loyal Order of Moose, Swissvale, and the Braddock Elks. He was married to Faynella Reynolds Zetwo McGlumphy, who survives. Also surviving are one son, Earl G. Jr. of West Mifflin; one stepson, James Zetwo of Florida; one Stepdaughter, Sandra Broush of Greensburg; six grandchildren; two brothers, William McGlumphy of Washington and John McGlumphy of Arizona; one sister, Ruth Morris of Washington; and several nieces and nephews. more: McGlumphy- Friends of Earl G. McGlumphy of Swissvale, who died Thursday, July 29, 1993, will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Friday in the Thomas L. Nied Funeral Home Inc., 7441 Washington Ave., Swissvale, where a service at 10 A. M. Saturday, July 31. Interment in Riverview Memorial Park, Penn Hills. Family suggests memorial contributions to Forbes Hospice, Washington Boulevard and Frankstown Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206 =======================Edward McGlumphy, Born in 1780 in Armagh, Ireland. Died on 30 November 1850 in Center Township, Greene Co. PA. Buried in Scott Cemetery, Center Township, Greene Co, PA. He was a farmer all of his life. The farm being on Wheeling Creek in 1839. Edward married Margaret Haines and they lived in Greene Co. PA, they were in Franklin Township in 1809 where they married. They had moved to Center Richhill Township where he filed a land patent on his farm named "Armagh." Edward had been named a Greene Co. Justice of the Peace in 1827. Margaret died in 1841. She is also buried at Scott Family near Graysville PA He had moved back to Center Township by 1850 where he died. Edward McGlumphy left a will, #1399 book 3 in Greene Co. with letters of administration to William and Jonathan, the sons, 29 Janurary 1851. Edward McGlumphy left several children when he died in 1850 in Center Township. =======================Elzie L. McGlumphy, 74, of 1691 Streator Ave., Washington, died at 11:45 P.M. Saturday, July 14, 1962, in Washington Hospital after an illness of several years. Mr. McGlumphy was born at Spragg, Greene County, January 9, 1888, a son of Dora Steele McGlumphy and the late George B. McGlumphy. A resident of Washington since childhood, Mr. McGlumphy spent most of his active years here engaged as a blacksmith. He was married to Alice Meighen of Greene County November 24, 1909. She died May 26, 1939. Surviving besides his mother, Mrs. Dora Steele McGlumphy, of Washington, are six children; Earl G. McGlumphy, of Pittsburgh; William L. McGlumphy, of Washington; Ruth, wife of Arthur Morris, of Washington; Mary, wife of Quay Johnston, of Washington; Lucinda, wife of William J. Brown, of Tucson, Ariz.; and John R. McGlumphy, of Benson, Ariz. Also surviving are one brother, Charles McGlumphy, in California; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. One daughter, Helen McGlumphy Frazier, and two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Fox and Mrs. Mae Wise, are deceased. =======================Eugene "Gene" McGlumphy, 54, of 62 Seminole avenue, died at 11:15 pm Saturday, Nov. 21, 1964, in Washington Hospital. Mrs. McGlumphy was born Oct. 13, 1910, in Washington, a son of Edward and Sarah Carroll McGlumphy. He was a lifetime resident of Washington and was employed since 1933 as an operator at Hazel Atlas No 2 Plant of Continental Can co. He was married July 25, 1939, to Mary Burwell of Claysville, survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Carole, wife of Hugh Carey, Eldridge, Md. and Sara Ann, at home; three sisters, May, wife of Herman Guthrie and Edna, wife of Raymond Watson, both of Washington and Hazel, wife of Dennis Shanes, Sharon; one brother Thomas, Washington and three grand children, one sister, Gladys, is deceased. buried at Washington Cemetery, Washington PA source: The Washington Observer =======================IS PNEUMONIA VICTIM Well Known Claysville Woman Succumbs in Hospital Here After Illness, Which Had Start with Influenza. After an illness of one week, Mrs. Eunice Maretta Condit McGlumphy, aged 73 years, wife of Robert B. McGlumphy, of Claysville, died in the Washington hospital at 2:30 A.M. yesterday. Death was due to pneumonia which developed from influenza. Mrs. McGlumphy came to Washington during the recent illness of her son-in-law, Gaylord K. Lewis, a member of The Observer news force who died Dec. 18. With her husband she spent Christmas with her son, George McGlumphy, of Shirls Ave. Mr. McGlumphy, taken ill with the same Dease on Dec. 24 and still in the Washington hospital, is improving slowly. Mrs. McGlumphy was stricken two days later, and last Friday both were taken to the hospital. Mrs. McGlumphy was a descendant of a pioneer family. John Condit came from England and settled near the present city of Newark, N. J., in 1??? (cannot read), and from that time the family has taken prominent part in the affairs of the community wherever they reside. Thirteen members of the family fought in the Revolutionary War, and a monument was erected to them in New Jersey. Mrs. McGlumphy was a daughter of Daniel Day and Phoebe Jewell Condit. She was born on a farm Oct. 12, 1855, near Nineveh, Greene County where her early life was spent until her marriage on September 12, 1875, with Robert B. McGlumphy. After her marriage she continued to reside at Nineveh until fourteen years ago when she and her husband removed to Claysville which has since been their home. Her grandfather, Zenas Condit came to Washington county from New Jersey in 1800 and after residing here 15 years removed to Greene county, purchasing 400 acres of land on the Washington-Greene county line. Eighteen years later he sold this and purchased another farm two miles south of Nineveh. Mrs. McGlumphy was one of ten children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Condit, only two of whom survive, Mrs. Charity Auld, of Prosperity, and Mrs. Alta E. Tombaugh, wife of W. Scott Tombaugh, of Scenery Hill. She was a member of the Presbyterian church of Claysville. In addition to her husband three children survive: George McGlumphy and Mrs. Gaylord K. Lewis, both of Washington, and Robert L. McGlumphy, of Claysville. Five grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon in the Claysville Presbyterian church, in charge of Rev. O. S. Fowler, pastor of that congregation. Interment will be in the Claysville Cemetery. This is a copy of a newspaper clipping. A couple words were not very clear, those being the date that John got here from England and Zen?s the grandfather. =======================Freda Faye McGlumphy, 72, of 361/2 Murtland Ave., Washington, died at 5:05 P.M. Tuesday, May 26, 1981, in her home. She was born June 8, 1908, in Washington, a daughter of William Henry and Rosa Lee Reed Tarr. Before her retirement, Mrs. McGlumphy was employed by the Duncan Miller Glass Co. and Washington Hospital. On Oct. 29, 1927, she married William Price in Wellsburg, W. Va. He died in 1932. On Sept. 1, 1939, she married Thomas H. McGlumphy, who died May 16, 1977. Surviving are one brother, Clyde Tarr of Washington; and two sisters, Alberta Foor and Pearl Batson, both of Washington. Three brothers, Clinton, Clifford and Harold Tarr, and four sisters, Bertha Baker, Verna Coles, Ethel Byers and Elsie Tarr, are deceased. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Stewart F. Barnhill Funeral Home. =======================Number 3 Obituary: George B. McGlumphy, 81, of 725 Beech St., died at 11:50 am Monday April 23, 1945, in Washington Hospital where he had been a patient for the last 10 days. He was born in Greene Co. Near Graysville, January 29, 1864, a son of Henry and Martha King McGlumphy. Mr. McGlumphy, a blacksmith all his life, began his trade in Graysville and continued it after coming to Washington 41 years ago. He was in business for 35 years on Jefferson Ave., and retired 6 years ago. He was a member of the South Ten Mile Baptist church at Rutan. He was also a member of I.O.O.F. National Lodge No 81 of Washington. Surviving are his wife, Dora Steele McGlumphy, whom he married November 5, 1887; two children: Elcie McGlumphy, Washinton, and Charles McGlumphy, Cleveland, Ohio. Fifteen grandchildren; seven great-grand children; a twin sister, Mrs. Samantha Gavin of Oil City, and another sister, Mrs. Flora Goodwin, Carmichael. Burial will be in Washington, Cemetery. Taken from Tuesday, April 24, 1945; The Washinton Observer; Washington Pa. =======================George L. McGlumphy, 86, of 32 S. Franklin St., died in his home at 9:30 pm Monday, October 27, 1952. He had been failing health the last two years and critically ill the past week. He was born at Wind Ridge, Greene County, February 23, 1866, a son of Isaac and Henrietta Ferrell McGlumphy. He was a resident of Washington most of his life. A carpenter by trade, he was well-known in the community. Mr. McGlumphy was active until ill health forces his retirement. He was first married to Jennie Renner, who is deceased. to this union were born one son, Hallis McGlumphy, and one daughter, Mrs. Marie Nylund, both of San Francisco. He was married the second time to Minnie Grimm, of Wind Ridge, in 1902. She died in 1929. To this union were born three daughters, Julia, wife of Gaylord Ewing; Marjorie, wife of Roy Duffy, both of Pittsburgh; and Agnes, wife of William A. Vester, of Wolfdale. One sister, Mrs. Mary Carpenter, of Amity; 11 grandchildren and 2 great- grandchildren also survive. Buried at Wind Ridge Cemetery. source: The Washington Observer, Tuesday, October 28, 1952, =======================George Mason McGlumphy was employed in the Hough hardware store. Washington, PA. He was formerly in the hardware business at Ninevah with his father. His son, Gaylord McGlumphy, is a pupil in the Seventh ward School. He is a Democrat. (taken from newspaper clipping) =======================Obituary George Mason McGlumphy, deputy warden at Washington county Jail for the past 15 years, died in his home, 345 Shirls Avenue at 9 am Friday, September 15 1950. the deceased had been in poor health since January, 1949, when he suffered a heart ailment. He was born July 1, 1876, in Nineveh, Greene County, a son of Robert Benson and Eunice Maretta Condit McGlumphy. The deceased had lived in Washington for 43 years. He was a member of the Central Presbyterian church and the Junior O. U. A. M. Surviving are his wife, Carrie E. McGlumphy St. Augustine, Fla.; one son Howard V. McGlumphy, Washington; one sister, Mrs. Gaylord K. Lewis, Bradenton Fla. A brother, Leo McGlumphy died in 1940 and a son, Gaylord McGlumphy in July 1950. Also surviving are five grandchildren. source newspaper clipping. =======================Miss Gladys E. McGlumphy, of 36 Murtland Avenue, died at 7:50 am Sunday, Dec. 2, 1945, in the Washington Hospital, do to heart trouble. She was ill for three weeks. Miss McGlumphy, a daughter of Ed and Sarah Carroll McGlumphy was born June 21, 1909, in Washington, and lived here all her life. She was employed in the Smart Gown Shoppe as a fitter. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed McGlumphy, of Murtland Avenue, Washington; three sisters May, wife of H. J. Guthrie and Edna, wife of Raymond Watson, both of Washington, and Hazel, wife of Dennis Shanes, of Sharon, and two brothers, Tom of Wolfdale, and Eugene of Washington. =======================H. Ray McGlumphy, aged 67 years, of Wind Ridge, died at 8 P.M. Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967, in the Greene County Memorial Hospital following a serious illness of the past 10 days. He was born April 4, 1900, at Simpson, W. Va., a son of the late William R. and Lorena Moran McGlumphy. His wife, Mildred Nelson McGlumphy, whom he married June 20, 1923, survives. In 1929, Mr. McGlumphy and his father established McGlumphy and Son, the first tire recapping shop in Greene County which is located at Wind Ridge. Following the death of his father, Mr. McGlumphy continued to operate the tire and recapping shop. He was a member of the Fairview Methodist Church and the Richhill Township Volunteer Fire Department. Surviving in addition to his wife, Mildred McGlumphy, are three sisters, Mrs. Gayle McCartney, of Waynesburg; Mrs. Elva Baldwin, of Wind Ridge, and Mrs. Wilma Kerr, of Wind Ridge, and several nieces and nephews. One sister and one brother are deceased. more: Funeral services, Sunday, Aug. 20, 1967, at 1:30 P.M. in the Robert L. Lantz Funeral Home, officiating Clergyman, Rev. Frederick Burchell. Pallbearers, Paul Whipkey, Dwight Durbin, Harvey Ferrell, Edward Mitchell, Cecil Jacobs, Paul Hennen. Interment Fairview Cemetery. =======================Harvey McGlumphy - Waynesburg, January 21, 1908 - - At the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Yeater, in the South Ward, of Waynesburg this evening, occurred the death of Harvey McGlumphy, a well- known citizen of the place and a veteran of the Civil War. Mr. McGlumphy, who was 66 years of age, served throughout the war as a member of the Ringgold Cavalry. His death was due to complication. For many years Mr. McGlumphy was a mail carrier, carrying the mail between this place and Mt. Morris, Waynesburg and Cameron. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Besides Mrs. Yeater with whom he made his home, Mr. McGlumphy is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Hiram Messer of Waynesburg; and Mrs. Frank Dague of E. Maiden St., Washington. No arrangements have been made for the funeral. =======================Henry McGlumphy Passes Away Well Known Resident of Greene County Dies at Daughter's Home in Nineveh, aged 88 Years. Waynesburg, July 5, Following a gradual decline of several months duration Henry McGlumphy, one of the most widely known residents of Greene county, died Friday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lucy Van Cleve, of Nineveh. Death was due to a general breakdown resulting from old age. funeral services were held Sunday afternoon and were largely attended. The services were conducted in the Nineveh Methodist Episcopal Church and were in charge of the Reb. A. A. Blacke of Waynesburg and the Reb. J. L. Dawson of Nineveh. Interment was in the Hopewell Cemetery. The five surviving sons and one son-in-law acted as pall bearers. Mr. McGlumphy was born May 4, 1826, at Claylick Greene Co, and spent his entire life in this county. He was engaged in farming and for many years was reckoned one of the most expert shingle makers in the county. In politics Mr. McGlumphy was a democrat and although he himself never sought public office he was always actively interested in the welfare of his party and it is said that for 65 years he never missed a single election. He was an active member of the Baptist Church. He was a man that always lived a strictly temperate life, took care of himself, and until within the post few months thought nothing of walking seven or eight miles to visit some of his children. He was a great reader and kept up on all affairs of interest. His death was a quiet and peaceable as his life had been. In 1848 he was united in marriage with Miss Martha King, whose death occurred 14 years ago. Nine children survive as Follows: Salem McGlumphy, Waynesburg; Mrs. Rachel Thompson, Rogersville; R. B. McGlumphy, Claysville; Newton McGlumphy Elm Grove; Mrs. Lucy Van Cleve and Sylvester McGlumphy, of Washington; Mrs. Mant Gavin, Oil City; Mrs. Flora Goodwin, Enon. There are also 40 grandchildren and 45 great grandchildren. A brother, John McGlumphy resides in Moundsville, W. Va. he is 84 years of age. he was present at the funeral, he and his deceased brother being very devoted to each other. Washington Reporter 1914 Death Notices: McGlumphy- Funeral services for I. N. McGlumphy, who died Saturday, October 28, 1944, at Roney's Point, WVa, will be held at 2 PM Tuesday, October 31, at the Springer Funeral Home, Elm Grove, WVa, where friends will be received. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Taken from October 30, 1944; The Washinton Observer; Washington Pa. =======================JAMES BELVILLE MCGLUMPHY, 92, WHO SERVED IN CIVIL WAR, PASSES AWAY IN HOTEL AT BURNSVILLE West Finley, March 7, James B. McGlumphy, Civil war veteran and widely known in Washington and Greene counties, died this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Danley hotel here, where he made his home. He was aged 92 years general debility causing his death. The aged man, possessor of a host of friends, enjoyed life to the utmost. Until a short time before his death he was able to walk about this village. He read the daily papers and kept an active interest in affairs of the world about him. James B. McGlumphy was born at Ryerson Station, Greene County, January 21, 1839, a son of Isaac and Elizabeth Rayle McGlumphy. In his early manhood he moved to Jefferson, where he was a carpenter by trade. Here he married Elizabeth Lewis of Morris township, Greene County. Following her death, he married Mrs. Emma Gun Leonard, of Wind Ridge. Her death occurred about four years ago. At the age of 21 years, McGlumphy, a volunteer, was one of Buel's bodyguards when the Union troops went into Philadelphia. He rose through the ranks to become a veterinary surgeon. At the close of the war, Mr. McGlumphy returned to western Pennsylvania. living for a time at Wind Ridge, then entering the mercantile business at Fairmont. Later he returned to farming and finally, about 20 years ago, moved to Burnsville, where he had since resided. Following the death of his second wife, he had made his home in the Danley hotel. For several years he was secretary of the Jacktown Fair association. He was a staunch Republican in politics, and was always active in all civic affairs. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. Della Bane of Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. W. C. Rithmiller, of Poluca, Ill; Mrs. Anna Gunn, of Dawson; Catherine McGlumphy, of Homestead; and Mrs. E. G. Dudley, of Wilinburg. A sister Miss Lydia McGlumphy, resides in Pittsburgh, and a brother, David McGlumphy makes his home in Wheeling WV. He leaves 15 grandchildren, 27 Great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Windy Gap Presbyterian church, in charge of Rev. Ralph F. McConnell. Interment will be in the West Finley Cemetery. source; Newspaper clipping from West Finley PA; and Washington Pa; death certificate: Place of death, Washington, township of West Finley Pa. Date of death March 7, 1930. He was male, white and widowed. parents: J. Isaac McGlumphy & Elizabeth Rayle. the informant was Katherine McGlumphy. date burial March 9, 1930 =======================James Sylvester McGlumphy, aged 72, widely known Morris Twp resident, died at 7:30 Friday evening, February 2, at his home in Nineveh following a two weeks illness. A son of Henry and Martha King McGlumphy, he was born September 20 1860, in Morris Twp and spent all of his life in that district where he followed his carpenter trade. On September 20 1882, he was married to Catherine Jane Beabout, who survives. Mrs. And Mrs. McGlumphy celebrated their golden anniversary last September 20. Mr. McGlumphy had lived all his married life in Nineveh. He was an active member of the Nineveh Episcopal Chruch and at the time of his death was a member of the board of trustees. Besides his wife, he leaves the following children: William H. McGlumphy of Waynesburg; Ortha Lee McGlumphy of Akron, Ohio; Mrs. H. L. Earnest of Washington; Mrs. H. F. Ely, of Canonsburg; Mrs. Ray F. Huffman, of Waynesburg; and Miss Ivy May McGlumphy of Pittsburgh. They following brothers and sisters also survive: George McGlumphy of Washington; Newton McGlumphy of Elm Grove WVa; Benson McGlumphy, of Claysville; Salem McGlumphy, of Waynesburg; Mrs. Rachel Thompson, of Rogersville; Mrs. Flora Goodwin, of Enon; Mrs. Samantha Gavin, of Oil City. There are also 10 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Nineveh Methodist Episcopal Church. the memorial rites were in charge of the pastor, Rev. Arthur Sellers. Interment was in the Green Mount Cemetery in Waynesburg. =======================DEATH CLAIMS OLDEST MAN OF GREENE COUNTY John H. McGlumphy would have reached 100th birthday next September 27- Miller, Merchant, Farmer. Won An Old Age Award. Waynesburg, April 1, John H. McGlumphy, the oldest man in Greene County and one of the oldest in southwestern PA., died tonight in the home of his daughter, Mrs. S. D. Smith of Waynesburg, at the age of 99 years, six months, and five days. General debility and the affects of old age brought about his death which followed a short illness and gradual decline. Death came at 7:30 o'clock. Despite his great age, Mr. McGlumphy had maintained to an unusual degree his intense interest in life. He kept posted on current events, when discussing public affairs with his family and friends. He was much interested in the development of the radio, and had real joy in listening to broadcast programs. Although one eye had became practically useless because of a cataract, Mr. McGlumphy was able to do some reading until close to the time of his death. For one of his years, his health had been fine until a last few days. He was born September 27, 1830, near the present site of the Holbrook Methodist Episcopal Church and all his early life was spent in Greene County. Here he learned the milling trade, also followed farming. Later he went to Kansooth, Marshall Co., WVa., where he operated a mill and conducted a general store. Still later he purchased a farm near Hundred, WVa., and sold the mill and store at Kansooth. He was a member of the Christian Church, and took an active interest in its affairs until his declining years caused him to relinquish activities. Politically he was a strong Democrat, taking a strong interest in affairs of the party. A prize of $50 offered last summer by the first National Bank and Trust Co., of Waynesburg, to the oldest man in the county, was awarded to Mr. McGlumphy. Mr. McGlumphy's first wife was Jane Henderson, whom he married 4 September 1854. She died 11 years later on January 1, 1866. A few years later he married Phobe Ann Cumpton whose death occurred in 1897. Mr. McGlumphy then broke up housekeeping and made his home with his children. His children are Milton McGlumphy, Cameron, WVa.,; Mrs. Lucinda Chambers, Moundsville WVa., J. D. McGlumphy, Littleton, WVa.,; Willis McGlumphy, Akron, Ohio; and Mrs. S. D. Smith, Waynesburg. Short funeral services will be held in the home of his daughter, Mrs. S. C. Smith, in Waynesburg, Wednesday night, at 7 o'clock, and further services will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock in the Big Run Church near Cameron, WVa., Rev. F. S. Dowdy, pastor of the Waynesburg Christian Church and Rev. C. D. Plum of Cameron, WVa., will be in charge. Interment will be in the Big Run Cemetery. Washingotn Observer, Wednesday morning April 2, 1930, Washington Pa. =======================J. M. McGlumphy Dies of Pneumonia: Holds Rites Sunday Funeral services for John Milton McGlumphy, 68, whose death occurred Friday, will be held in the late home, 1314 North Street, at 8:30 o'clock Sunday evening, with Rev. A. H. Elsey, pastor of the Nazarene church, officiating. Monday at noon, the funeral party will leave for Burton, where services will be held at 2 o'clock in the Harmony Baptist church. Interment will be in Burton cemetery. Mr. McGlumphy died at 1:55 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Glendale hospital, following an illness of two weeks. Death was attributed to pneumonia and complications. He had been in failing health for 17 years. The body was taken to the Riggs funeral home, and at 10 o'clock today was taken to the home await funeral services. Mr. McGlumphy was born July 26, 1870, at Wind Ridge, Pa., a son of the late John and Henrietta Ferrell McGlumphy. He moved to Moundsville 23 years ago from Hundred. He was a painter and paper hanger, and was a member of the Nazarene church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bertie McGlumphy; two sons, George of Barnesville, O., and Harry of Hundred, and a foster son, Jimmy Milton at home; four daughters, Mrs. Nelle Robinson of Burton, Mrs. Coney Tilton of Tyracuse, N. Y., Mrs. Dorothy Cunningham of Moundsville and Mrs. Gail Allison of Rock Lick. He also leaves three brothers. The rest was cut off.... =======================Miss Katherine E. McGlumphy, West Finley, died Wednesday, June 18, 1958, at 7 pm at her home, following an illness of several months. She was born in Wind Ridge, Greene County, a daughter of the late James B. and Emily Gunn McGlumphy. She lived in West Finley for 25 years and taught school in the Homestead School District for 30 years. She was a member of the Windy Gap Presbyterian Church, the Woman's Missionary Society of the church, and the Ross Hill Garden Club of Wind Ridge. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Della Bane, Los Angeles, Calif., and several nieces and nephews. Three sisters are deceased. Interment in the West Finley Cemetery =======================Widely known woman is claimed by death- Mrs. Lucy McGlumphy VanCleve, age 62 Years, dies in Waynesburg following Illness due to Paralysis and complications. Waynesburg, April 10, Mrs. Lucy VanCleve, one of the best known women in Greene County, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Greenlee of Waynesburg. She was 62 years old an death came after 3 months sickness of paralysis and complications. Mrs. VanCleve was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGlumphy and was born in Morris Twp. where she spent the greater part of her life. She had lived in Waynesburg for the last 3 years. for many years Mrs. VanCleve operated the VanCleve Hotel in Nineveh, an while there she formed a wide acquaintance. She was married to John VanCleve, show death occurred 15 years ago. to this union five children were born, of whom 3 daughters are living as follows: Mrs. Clarence Zahniser and Mrs. James Greenlee of Waynesburg; and Mrs. Silas Durbin of Wind Ridge. She leaves 8 grandchildren. Mrs. VanCleve was a member of a family of 9 children and this death was the first break, the youngest being more than 50 years of ate. The following brothers and sisters survive: George McGlumphy of Washington; Newton McGlumphy of Elm Grove; Benson McGlumpy of Claysville; Sylvester McGlumphy of Ninevah; Salem McGlumphy of Ninevah; Mrs. Rachel Thompson of Rogersville; Mrs. Flora Goodwin of Enon. Mrs. VanCleve was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church and an active worker. Funeral services will be held at the Greenlee home, West elm. St., Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The services will be conducted by Rev. F.D. Ebensein (?), pastor of the first Methodist Episcopal Church of Waynesburg. After the services in Waynesburg, the body will be taken to Hopewell where a short services will be held. Interment will be in the Hopewell cemetery. Monday, April 11, 1921, The Washington Observer, Washington Pa. =======================Died at her home Marshall, Missouri, on the 2, day of February 1898, from a malignant attack of pleurisy. Mrs. Manerva Lindsey McGlumphy, wife of Dr. McGlumphy, Prof. of Mathematics, in the Missouri Valley College, at that place. She was about 66 years of age. Mrs. McGlumphy was only sick about one week, and her death was quite sudden. She was well and favorable known in this place, where she lived during the early years of her life. She was a graduate of Waynesburg College, of the Class of 1854, and was for several years a well beloved teacher in the College, and many of the older students of the Institute will remember her kindly, and Learn of her sudden death with sadness. Mrs. McGlumphy was a consistent member of the C.P. Church, and was the widow of Dr. Freeman, a prominent minister of that church, prior to her marriage to Dr. McGlumphy. Mrs. McGlumphy leaves surviving her out of a large family two brothers, John, who lives in Colorado, and R. H. Lindsey Esq., a prominent lawyer of Uniontown, Pa. Mrs. Rachel Hale, wife of Rev. J. B. Hale, missionary to Japan and Maria Lindsey who resides with her brother John in Colorado, Iowa. She was the daughter of John Lindsey who was prothonotary and sheriff of our County, and sister of the late James Lindsey who was Judge of our Courts in 1862-3. She was a cousin of Mrs, Elizabeth Crawford of this place. Mrs. McGlumphy was a very amiable, and an accomplished lady, posessing rare intellectual and literary attainments and was highly esteemed by all who knew her many Christian virtues, sweetness of disposition and for the beauty of her spotless character. Her remains were laid to rest at the Cemetery with appropriate ceremonies, mid tears and farewells of many friends and relatives. =======================Mildred O. "Midge" McGlumphy, 95, of Wind Ridge, PA, died 10:30 am Friday, February 26, 1999, in the Beverly Health Care Center, Waynesburg. She was born May 24, 1903, in Richhill Township, a daughter of Armstrong Grim and Elizabeth Jennings Nelson. she resided in Richhill Township and Wind Ridge areas all her life. Mrs. McGlumphy was a member of Fairview United Methodist church, wind Ridge, and was a 1924 Graduate of Richhill Township Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary, a member of Wind Ridge Missionary Society and the Ross Hill Garden Club. Mrs. McGlumphy served as a secretary and treasurer of the Fairview Cemetery Board for more than 50 years, was a volunteer at the Jacktown Fair for several years and during World War II was a volunteer with the Ambulance Corps in Wind Ridge. She and her Husband were co-owners and operators of McGlumphy & Son gasoline and tire recapping in wind Ridge for more than 30 years prior to her closing the business and retiring in 1968. On June 21, 1924, she married Harley Ray McGlumphy, who died in 1967. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. Deceased are two sisters, Hazel Nelson Ruth and Rae Nelson Staggers. She was the Last of her immediate family. More: McGlumphy - Friends of Mildred O. Midge McGlumphy of Wind Ridge, who died Friday, February 26, 1999, will be received from 4 to 9 pm. Sunday in the Rush Funeral Home Inc, Rogersville, where services will be held at 11 am Monday, March 1, with the Rev. Calvin Linderman Officiating interment in Fairview Cemetery, Richhill Township, PA. =======================Obituary of Nellie McGlumphy Death has entered the home of Sylvester and C. J. McGlumphy, of Nineveh, Greene county, Pa. and claimed the sweet form of little Nellie, aged 3 years, 5 months and 19 days, departing this life Dec. 11, 1892, of croup. Her suffering was intense. Funeral services were conducted at the home of parents by Rev. Moore. The remains were to rest in the Hopewell burying grounds.