Necrological record, Pittsburgh Post, 1 Dec, 1894
KECROLOOICAL HECOfcb. James James Hanlln, aged a, died ytsteraajr. He was born in County Down,- Irelanc; and was in the grocery business In Allegheny Allegheny 50 years. Mr Hanlln was sick the last two years of his llfe._i widow and 11 children survive him. The funeral funeral will take place at 1W 8he«eld.street Allegheny, the home of his Son-in-law, T. D. Casey, of Liberty (treet. Obltanry KoteiV lira. Mary Ann Lay-ton died Tuesday at 251 Wylle avenue, aged B^HernOT- band was a well-known inventor Mrs. Howland S Wilson died at t25 Lehigh avenue, East End, 'of peritonitis. peritonitis. Her maiden name was Belle lie- Masters, and she had been well known as a teacher In the Grant street school. George J. Harr, a Baltimore sc Ohio railroad employe, died at Olenwood yesterday yesterday of typhoid fever. Bis family connections connections are prominent people. Mrs. Cyrus Marks died ut -Haselwooo 1 , Tuesday evening, of pneumonia, aged 27. Her mother, Mrs. Nicholson, 1« thought to be dying of the same disease. disease. Mrs. Henry Blcher, mother of Wlisoa Eichdr. a. Pennsylvania railroad engineer, engineer, died of paralysis yesterday. Mrs. William R. Hamilton, axed M. died last evening The tuneru will take place at 208 Sandushy street! Allegheny, at 3 p. m. to-day. ••••.>• Alexander Gordon died yesterday' at his home. Edgewood station, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania railroad. He Was &. • James Oliver, a well-known business man of McKeesport, died of paralysis yesterday. Alfred Oates, a foreman In the Homestead Homestead steel works, died last evening at Homestead, aged 46, as the retult of Injuries Injuries received In the mill. He leaves a widow and a child.