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Miscellaneous Chester County, Pennsylvania Deaths
(Listed in the Village Record)

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December 3, 1870
BUNTING - In Oxford, on Monday, 28th inst., ETTA MAY, daughter of William A. and Rebecca Bunting, aged 3 years and 2 months.

December 3, 1870
ROTHTROCK - On the 15th of November, at the residence of his son, Samuel D. Rothtrock, in Fancy Gap township, Carroll county, Virginia, of dropsy, JOHN ROTHTROCK, formerly of South Coventry - township, Chester county, aged 69 years, 10 months and 26 days.

December 3, 1870
CONNER - Died at her residence in Embreeville, on Sunday November 6th, CATHARINE CONNER, in the 67th year of her age.

December 6, 1870
APPLE - At the residence of her husband, in West Chester, on Sunday, December 4, MARY APPLE, wife of Capt. Wm. Apple, at an advanced age. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral without further notice, on Wednesday next, the 7th inst., to meet at the house at 10 o, A.M., and leave at 11 o, to proceed to Oakland cemetery.

December 6, 1870
FOOT - In New Garden, on the December 2d, THOMAS FOOT, aged about 63 years.

December 6, 1870
McDANIEL - In Valley township, on December 2d, EMMA A. McDANIEL, wife Edwin J. McDaniel, and daughter of Moses Ford, aged 19 years.

December 6, 1870
On Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Mary Apple, wife of Capt. Wm. Apple, of West Chester, died very suddenly. She had complained of feeling a little unwell on Saturday afternoon, but had performed all her usual duties. In the evening she retired to bed somewhat earlier than usual, applying some light remedies. The Doctor was called in on Sunday morning and left her about two oapparently better. Shortly after, as her daughter-in-law was bathing her hands, Mrs. Apple remarked in her usual voice. Nothing seemed to do any good. Her attendant then observing a sudden change come over her made an exclamation, but before her daughter, Mrs. Oat, who was sitting at the window, could reach the beside her mother was dead.

December 6, 1870
Mr. JOSEPH WHITAKER, died at his residence at Mont Clare, opposite Phoenixville, on Wednesday last, aged 82 years. He had just arrived home from Philadelphia, and had taken up a newspaper to read, when he died of heart disease. He was a useful and highly esteemed citizen and was for a year a member of the State Legislature.

December 6, 1870
On Thursday morning last, JOSEPH HUNSICKER, died suddenly in the 73d year of his age. He had got up in the morning apparently in his usual health. Shortly after his wife found him sitting at the open window and discovered that he was partially paralyzed. Assistance was called and he was laid upon a lounge, when he shortly expired. The deceased was a man of strong mind and took a prominent place in political struggles during his earlier life. He was a member of the old Whig party and was frequently a candidate on its ticket, but living at that time in Montgomery county was not successful. In 1849, he was appointed by Governor Johnson Associate Judge of Montgomery county for five years.

December 6, 1870
WHITAKER - At Mount Clare, opposite Phoenixville, on November 30th, JOSEPH WHITAKER, in the 82d, year of his age.

December 10, 1870
BURNS - At Passaic, New Jersey, Sunday, November 27th, WALTER R., son of Milton H., and Susan Burns, aged 3 years, 11 months and 2 days.

December 10, 1870
PETERS - In Lower Oxford, on Friday, November 25th, at the residence of his son, R.P. Peters, ABRAHAM PETERS, at the advanced age of 91 years.

December 10, 1870
WOODWARD - In West Bradford, on 12 month, 7th, HANNAH WOODWARD, aged about 82 years. Funeral on 1st day, at 2 o'clock P.M., to proceed to Marshallton.

December 10, 1870
McDONALD - In West Chester, on November 29th, MARY E. McDONALD, aged 21 years, daughter of Maria and the late Samuel McDonald.

December 10, 1870
HOOPES - On December 6th, HENRY HOOPES, Sr., of Caln township, in the 84th year of his age.

December 13, 1870
MALIN - On November 8th, of Scarlet Fever, ANNA LIZZIE, daughter of Francis and Izilla Malin, aged two months and seventeen days.

December 13, 1870
LEWIS - On the 7th inst., ELIZA ANN LEWIS, wife of John E. Lewis, of Springville.

December 13, 1870
SWENEY - In West Chester, on December 10th, WILLIAMANNA, daughter of Maragaretta, and the late William Sweney, aged 28 years.

December 13, 1870
OSMOND - On December 8th, at the residence of J. Pitney Osmond, London Britain township, JESSE OSMOND, aged 56 years, formerly of Augusta, Georgia.

December 17, 1870
WORTH - In Mount Vernon, on December 12th, DAVIS R. WORTH, in the 20th [?] year of his age.

December 17, 1870
HOOPES - On the morning of December 5th, at his late residence, Walnut Grove, near Jerusalem Mills, Harford county, Maryland, CHARLES HOOPES, in the 45th year of his age, formerly of Downingtown, Chester county, and youngest son of David and Julianna Hoopes, of Philadelphia.

December 20, 1870
FREEMAN - On November 22d, LAURA, daughter of Isaachar and Mary Freeman, aged 3 years, 11 months and 18 days.

December 20, 1870
RAMSEY - In Phoenixville, on December 15, SAMUEL RAMSEY, in the 43d year of his age.

December 20, 1870
ROGERS - In Phoenixville, 7th day, 12th month, 3d, DAVID ROGERS, in the 76th year of his age.

December 20, 1870
Died, of consumption, at Clinton Arch Mission, New York, Miss E.S. MELLEN, M.D., formerly of West Chester, aged 39 years. Another missionary has gone...

December 20, 1870
McFADDEN - In Kennett township, on December 11th, JAMES McFADDEN, in the 86th year of his age.

December 20, 1870
AGNEW - In Kennett Square, on December 15th, MARIA AGNEW, relict of Allen Agnew, aged about 60 years.

December 20, 1870
VALENTINE - In this Borough, on Friday morning, December 17th, MARY H. VALENTINE, relict of the late Thomas S. Valentine, in the 68th year of her age. Her friends, and those of her family, are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, without further notice, from her late residence, at the north east corner of High and Miner streets, on Tuesday afternoon, the 20th inst., to leave the house at 2 o, and proceed to Oakland cemetery.

December 20, 1870
BRINTON - In Pennsbury township, Chester county, on the 12th of 12th month, 1870, JAMES BRINTON, aged 89 years, 6 mos., and 12 days.

December 24, 1870
CHAMBERS - In Kennett Square, on December 21st, JOHN P. CHAMBERS, aged about 80 years.

December 27, 1870
CARRUTHERS - On December 23, in Phoenixville, GRACIE S., daughter of Mr. John and Mrs. Elizabeth Carruthers, in the 6th year of her age.

October 29, 1870
McCLURE - In Downingtown, on October 19, after a lingering illness of 7 years, RACHEL E., daughter of Major Isaac McClure, aged 22 years...

November 1, 1870
WELSH - In West Whiteland township, on october 23, 1870, Mrs. JANE WELSH, wife of Richard Welsh, in the 55th year of her age...

November 1, 1870
HOFFMAN - In West Chester, on October 26, of membrane croup, JACOB GODFREY HOFFMAN, aged 4 years, 9 months and 1 day, son of Philip A. and Elizabeth Hoffman...

November 1, 1870
WILSON - Near Parkesburg, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. M.E. Evans, Mrs. RACHEL WILSON, wife of the late John D. Wilson, of Pequea, Lancaster county, in the 69th year of her age.

November 1, 1870
BOLTON - In Queen Annes County, Maryland, October 13th, of typhoid fever, Mrs. ANNA F. BOLTON, formerly of Chester county, in the 52d year of her age.

November 1, 1870
DAVIS - In Honeybrook, on Thursday, September 1st, HELEN MARY, daughter of Markley and Annie Davis, aged 2 years, 6 months and 9 days.

November 1, 1870
MILLER - In West Vincent, on October 3d, SAMUEL MILLER, in the 74th year of his age.

November 1, 1870
MORRISON - At his residence, in Coatesville, the Rev. ALEXANDER G. MORRISON, on Thursday afternoon, October 27th, 1870. The relatives and friends of the deceased are invited to attend his funeral on Tuesday, November 1st, at 11 o'clock, services to be held in the Presbyterian church of Coatesville. No printed notice will be issued.

November 5, 1870
JEFFERIS - Suddenly, in East Bradford, on 6th day morning, the 4th inst., CHALKLEY JEFFERIS, in the 82d year of his age. His friends are invited to attend his funeral, without further notice, from the residence of Edwin James, same township, on First day afternoon, to leave the house at 2 o'clock, and proceed to Birmingham.

November 5, 1870
WHITTAKER - In Londongrove, on October 26th, JAMES FRANKLIN, little son of John and Lizzie Whittaker, aged 3 years, 5 months and 17 days....

November 8, 1870
REEL - Near Waynesburg, on October 31st, JOHN P. REEL, aged 26 years...

November 8, 1870
SYPHERD - In East Nantmeal, on August 18th, FRANCIS EUGENE, infant son of John F. and Catharine H. Sypherd.

November 8, 1870
BAILY - Suddenly, on November 5, CLARENCE A., the only son of John H. and Mattie J. Baily, aged 3 years, and 5 months. The friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of CLARENCE A. BAILY, from the residence of Jabez Lauton, in Thornbury, on Tuesday morning, November 8, to leave the house at 11 o, A.M., to proceed to Union Burying Grounds.

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