Genealogy Trails
Dauphin County Pennsylvania
Obituaries and Death Notices

 

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James Adair

Mrs. Annie E. Arthur

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 John H. Backenstoe
Mrs. Beader
John Begly
John Benjamin
Mrs. Fredericka Blacksmith
Mrs. Mary Blessing
William D. Block
Mrs. Wilhelmina Bollinger
Mrs. Anna P. Bowen
George Bower
John Bower
Mrs. Elizabeth Bower
Leroy A. Brubaker
William C. Brubaker
George Bryant
Jacob Bucher
Mrs. Henrietta Buffington
Samuel Burgower

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Daniel Cameron
Mrs. Cameron

Mrs. Emma Carberry
Mrs. Martha Chamberlain
Frederick Cleckner
Frazer M. Clendenin
George W. Cless
Mrs. A. I. Collum
Colonel Jacob Cooke
Mrs. Kate R Cornelius
Mrs. Julia Creswell

Edmond F. Cryder

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Mrs. Barbara Dehurt
William H. Dell
Henry C. Demy
John C. Demy
Raymond Demmy
George Dock
George Donohue
Pauline (Garrison) Dove
Clarence R. Duncan

 
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Grace (Holloway) Eadie
Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, January 5, 1914
Preacher's Daughter Dead
Word was received in this city yesterday of the death of Mrs. Grace Holloway Eadie, wife of Arthur Elder Eadie, in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Mrs. Eadie was the eldest daughter of the Rev. H. C. Holloway, of 1603 North Second Street.



Walter Enders

Indiana Evening Gazette (Indiana, Pennsylvania)
December 23, 1908

Typhoid Patient Kills Himself
Harrisburg, Pa., Dec. 22 - Walter Enders, a resident of Highspire is dead from the effects of attemping to jump through a window.  Enders had been suffering from typhoid fever and in his delirium jumped at a window being terribly cut by the broken glass.



Jacob Etzler
Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, May 4, 1830
Died near Hanover, on Wednesday the 21st ult., Mr. Jacob Etzler, in the 59th year of his age. The Hanover Gazette says he had been blind for 56 ½ years, having lost his sight by sickness, when a child.


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George W. Farling
Mrs. Walter Floody
Mrs. Andrew B. Foltz
Mrs. Eleanor E. Foltz
John F. Fritchey



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Mrs. Pauline Dove (nee Garrison)
Annie Gibson
Mrs. James Gilbert
Michael Gruber


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John Hagan
Benezer Hale
Mildred B. Burkholder Hamsher
John Andre Hanna
Mary E. Harris
Mrs. John W. Hart
Son of Mr. Henry
Frank Hersh
Rev. Jacob Hershey
Mrs. John Hoerner
Mrs. W.H. Hoffa
Mrs. Elizabeth Hoover
John Hoover
William H. Howden
Mary (Hurst) Huber
John Humphreys
Mr. Huntsberger
Charles H. Hutchinson



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Mr. Irwin


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James Kay
Mrs. Charles M. Kaylor
Eben S. Keley
Donald D. Ketlinger
Simon Kintzer
Paul Kochenour
Mrs. Kate Knouff
John W. Krebs
Augustus Kreidler
William Kunkel



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Edward Lauchs
S. C. Lehman
William Lehman
Mrs. Jane O. Lewis
Rev. George Lochman
Rev. H. F. Long

Myrtle Look




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William MaClay
Daniel Mare
Thomas Marion
Andrew McAfee
Mrs. Ettie McAfee
Archibald McAllister
Ephraim McCleary
Mrs. Abanna A McCune
Joseph A. McJimsey
Mrs. Annie J. Messersmith
Christian K. Metzler
Col. Samuel Meyers
Samuel Mifflin
Jacob Miley
Mrs. E. J. Miller
Mrs. Mame E. Miller
Martin L. Miller
George Richard Minich
Thomas Minshall
Mrs. Susan Montgomery
J. Ralph Morrison
John C. Morrow
Henry H. Moser
Mrs. Mary F. Moser
Edward G. Moyer
William Myers


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Jonathan Neely

Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania February 7, 1827

Obituary

Departed this life, on the 1st inst., at the residence of Mr. M'Allister, near Harrisburg, Dr. Jonathan Neely, son of Jonathan Neely, Esq., of this county. On the 2d, his remains were removed to his father's house; and, on the following day, were followed to the tomb, by a numerous concourse of friends and acquaintances.

The deceased had just commenced the practice of his profession, in Dauphin county, with the most flattering prospects of future eminence and usefulness. His talents and education were of the first order. He was honorable - he was generous - he was amiable: his was not that ephemeral character which could be stimulated to virtue, only by interest or excitement - it was based upon firm and steady moral principle. His friendships were sincere; and a heart filled with the "milk of human kindness," throbbed within his bosom.


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Mrs. Sarah O'Toole
James Patrick
Gideon Peachley
Benjamin G. Peters
Mr. Petriken
George W. Pharo
Marion Pickering
David R. Porter



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Melchoir Rahm
Raymond Rahter
George B. Reed
Daniel Reigel
John Renicker
Mrs. Caroline Rife
Andrew Robeson
George Romig
Henry Ross
Frederick Rupley




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 Archibald Sellers
William Shannon
C. J. Shearer
Rose (Baish) Sheller
Harry P. Shireman
ANNIE CLARA CRIST SHOAFF
Jeremiah Shoop
Kathryn Beatrice Shuey
Clarence B. Smith
Ross Smeltzer
Charles W. Sneigh
August Spangolo
Esther Stanfield
William B. Steinmetz
Hugh Stephen
Jesse L. Stevenson
Child of Thomas Still
Isabella Stout
Guy P Strickler


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John Thomas
Juniata sentinel and Republican. (Mifflintown, Juniata County, Pa.), July 20, 1881
John Thomas, a 13-year-old lad, died on Saturday, at his home in Hummelstown, Dauphin county, of lockjaw, occasioned by a wound in the index finger by the discharge of a toy pistol. The wads used in the toy pistols contain poisonous ingredients which when introduced into the human system is more fatal than snake poison.


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Taken From the New Oxford Item, New Oxford, Pennsylvania
July 15 1915

A.P.&R. express struck a team at a railroad crossing in Hummelstown, killing five of the occupants and fatally injurying another.


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Mrs. Rachel C. Urich
Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, January 7, 1914
Mrs. Rachel C. Urich, aged 58, died yesterday morning at the home of her son, Daniel Urich, 42 North Eighteenth Street. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial will be made in the East Harrisburg Cemetery.

Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa, January 8, 1914
Mrs. Rachel C. Urich, aged 68, died yesterday at the home of her son, Daniel Urich, Jr., 42 North Eighteenth Street. She was a member of the Progress Church of God and is survived by her husband Daniel Urich, two sons and one daughter. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from the home of her son. The Rev. George Sigler, pastor of the Progress Church of God will officiate. Burial will be made in the Harrisburg Cemetery.


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Robert M. Wahl
William Henry Aurand Waggoner
Mrs. Catherine Wagner
Charles F. Walter
Mary Walter
Mrs. Mary Walter
Mrs. Mary Alice Warner
Mrs. Henrietta Watson
Mrs. Harriet Weaver
John Wharton
William White
Mrs. Mary Whitmoyer
Samuel Whitmoyer
Robert B. Wilkins
Peter Wolford
Frank Wonderly and Ross Smeltzer
Mrs. William Woodhead
Charles E. Wright
Mrs. Rebecca L. Wurster


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Harold H. Zeigler

The Warren Tribune (Warren, Pennsylvania)
September 19, 1927

Highspire, Sept 19 - Knocked from the side of a freight car on which he was riding in the yards of the Pennsylvania railroad here, Harold H. Zeigler, 44, a railway conductor, was almost instantly killed under the (article not finished)

 


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