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DAWSON, Anna B. Marteney

Mrs. Anna B. Dawson, 75, of 207 South Lee Street, was dead on arrival at Memorial Hospital after she was stricken at her home. She had been in failing health. Born in Barbour County, W. Va., she was the daughter of the late Jeff and Ida (Strader) Marteney. She was a member of the Methodist Church, the Daughters of America Chapter 110, Dames of Malta Chapter 284, Ladies Auxiliary of Railway Trainmen Number 30 and Women of the Moose of Cumberland Lodge 271. Surviving are her husband, Daniel M. Dawson; a daughter, Mrs. Alice Resh, Cumberland; three sons, Russell D. Dawson, Arnold H. Dawson and Herbert F. Dawson, all of Cumberland; two brothers, Owen Marteney, Volga, W. Va., and Colonel Marteney, Keyser; 13 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. The body is at the George Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 to 9 p. m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
The Cumberland News, January 18, 1969
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted July 11, 2009


DAWSON, Miss Bertha
 
Death of Miss Dawson.
Miss Bertha Dawson, aged 20 years, daughter of J. J. Dawson, track foreman of the B. & O. railroad, died yesterday afternoon at her home at Potomac, this county, aged 20 years. Death was due to measles and pnenmonia. The funeral will take place on Friday morning from Mt. Zion Church, with interment in the cemetery connected with the church.
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland, April 30, 1908; page 1.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted November 8, 2013


 

DAWSON, Charles Donald

Westernport - Charles Donald Dawson, 54, son of Mrs. Julia Dawson, Maryland Avenue, and the late John E. Dawson, died yesterday shortly after being admitted to a Baltimore hospital. Employed on a farm near Baltimore for the past year, Mr. Dawson suffered a heart attack while w working in a field.  A native of Piedmont, he was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport, and had attended St. Peter's School.  Mr. Dawson had served an enlistment in the Navy in his younger years. Surviving besides his mother are two brothers, Robert Dawson, Barton and Eugene Dawson, Midland and two sisters, Mrs. Anna R. Hartman, Westernport, and Mrs. Mary G. Lewis, Piedmont. The body is a the Boal Funeral Home.  A requiem mass will be celebrated Friday at 9.a.m. at St. Peter's Church and interment will be in the parish cemetery.
Cumberland Evening Times, 2 June 1954 
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009

 


 

DAWSON, Earl James

BUFFALO MILLS, Pa. - Earl James "Jim" Dawson, 77 of Buffalo Mills, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2008 at Conemaugh Medical Center, Johnstown. Born March 19, 1931 in Cumberland, Md., he was a son of the late Earl E. and Elsie V. (Bingman) Dawson. He was also preceded in death by two brothers, William E. and Herman "Pete" Dawson. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Velma L. (Emerick) Dawson, who he married March 30, 1952; daughters, Mary Ann Lilly and husband George of Ellerslie, Md. and Carol J. Dietz and husband Barry of Hyndman; sons, James Roger Dawson and friend Cathy Shatzer of Everett and Gerald Dawson and wife Bonnie of Schellsburg; a brother, Curtis E. Dawson and wife Jackie of Buffalo Mills; sisters, Margaret J. Mellott of Cumberland and Ada Bedore of Phoenix, Ariz.; 11 grandchildren; and 14 great grandchildren. Mr. Dawson worked in the Car Shop at Bethlehem Steel for 32 years. He also was a bus driver for Gary Wilkins. He was a member of the Christian Holiness Church. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and eating at the Landmark in Bedford. He was a loving grandfather, father and husband and will be greatly missed. Friends will be received at the Harvey H. Zeigler Funeral Home, 169 Clarence St., Hyndman, on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be conducted at the funeral home on Friday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Lance Tucker officiating. Interment will follow at Madley Cemetery, Madley, Pa. In lieu of flowers donation may be made to the funeral home to help offset funeral expenses.
Cumberland Times-News, August 07, 2008
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 21, 2010

 

DAWSON, Mrs. Elsie Viola Bingman
 
BUFFALO MILLS, Pa. - Elsie Viola Dawson, 95, of Dawson Lane, Buffalo Mills, died Monday, Feb. 14, 2000, at the Western Maryland Health Systems Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Born Oct. 14, 1904, in Bedford County, she was a daughter of the late Jesse and Malissa (Gillum) Bingman. Mrs. Dawson is survived by three sons, Herman D., married to Louise (Perdew), Cumberland, E. James, married to Velma (Emerick), Curtis E., married to Jackie (Smeak), both of Buffalo Mills; two daughters, Margaret J. Mellott, married to Ray, Corriganville, Ada Bedore, married to Joseph, Phoenix, Ariz.; 26 grandchildren; 65 great-grandchildren; 43 great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. In 1981, Mrs. Dawson was preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, Earl E. Dawson, whom she married on May 7, 1922. The last surviving member of her immediate family, she was also preceded by a son, William; eight brothers; four sisters; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Mrs. Dawson was a homemaker. She attended Christian Holiness Church where she was a Sunday School teacher for about 50 years. Friends will be received at the Harvey H. Zeigler Funeral Home, Hyndman, on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2000, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral home on Thursday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Chester Bowser, officiating. Interment will be in Madley Cemetery, Buffalo Mills.
Cumberland Times-News obituary; about Monday, Feb. 14, 2000
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted February 6, 2013

 

DAWSON, Mrs. Emma Martin

Mrs. Emma Dawson, 81, died this morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. Augusta M. Mellon, 39 Second Ave, Ridgeley. A resident of Ridgeley since 1916, Mrs. Dawson had been an invalid the past 12 years and bedfast for the past three months.  She was a member of the United Brethren Church, and was known to her many friends as "Grandma." Born in Westernport, she was a daughter of the late David and Sarah (Wiomont) Martin.  Her husband, the late Rev. Samuel D. Dawson, died in 1930. Survivors other than Mrs. Mellon, include four other daughters, Mrs. Edna M. Robinson, Mrs. Elsie A. Shives, Mrs. Robert Brant, and Mrs. Arch McDonald, all of Cumberland; two sons, Dan M. Dawson, also of Cumberland, and Roy T. Dawson, Kearneysville, W. Va.; 34 grandchildren, 59 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. The body will be taken to the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Augusta Mellon, this evening.
Cumberland Evening Times, 7 April 1952
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 28, 2009



DAWSON, Mrs. Helen Mae McKenzie

Westernport, Jan. 4 - Services be held tomorow afternoon at 2:30 in Trinity Methodist church, Piedmont, for Mrs. Helen Mae Dawson, 50, wife of Walter P. Dawson, who died Wednesday about noon enroute to Potomac Valley Hospital in an ambulance following a paralytic stroke suffered at her home, 39 East Hanson street, Piedmont, three hours previously. The Rev. Raymond L. Moore, pastor, will officiate and interment will follow in Philos cemetery here. A daughter of the late Charles and Margaret Ann McKenzie, Mrs. Dawson was born at McCoole and had lived in Piedmont 45 years. She was a member of Trinity church. Besides her husband she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Howard Tettenburn, Panama Canal Zone; Mrs. Harold Windle, Piedmont, and Donna Jean Dawson, at home; three sons, Sgt. Orville Dawson and Pvt. Bernard Dawson in Japan; Scott Dawson, of Piedmont; two sisters, Mrs. Ollie Fortney of Cumberland, and Mrs. Ralph Wolford, Keyser, and two brothers Guy McKenzie, Westernport, and Ralph McKenzie, Piedmont.
The Cumberland Evening Times, January 4, 1946
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted March 24, 2012


 

DAWSON, Iris E. Winebrenner

BEDFORD, Pa. — Iris E. Dawson, 84, of Bedford, formerly of Mechanic Street, Cumberland, died Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011 at the Western Maryland Regional Medical Center. Born Dec. 11, 1926 in Barrelville, she was the daughter of the late Henry Steward Winebrenner and Hazel Olive (Grady) Winebrenner. She was also preceded in death by her son, Herbert Francis Dawson Jr; and, two brothers, Lawrence H. Winebrenner, and Leonard L. Winebrenner and wife Ruby. Iris grew up in Cumberland and attended Allegany High School. After high school, she worked several jobs, including Mason’s Barn and Telephone Answering Service. Her favorite job was at the B & O, where she met and married Herb, and became a homemaker. She was Methodist by faith. Iris was a member of the D.A.R.; the UTU, Chapel Hill Lodge 176, and Cumberland Aerie 245, F.O.E., where she enjoyed helping out with bingo when she was younger. More than anything, Memaw, as she was affectionately called, loved her family. She was never too busy to be there for anyone who needed help or a hug. In her early years, she loved roller skating, bowling, and bingo, but took time to serve as a Girl Scout and Cub Scout leader for her kids. In later years, she found slot machines to be her total pleasure. Survivors include her husband, Herbert Francis Dawson Sr.; two daughters, Sandi Hnilica and husband George, and Dee Owens and husband Harry; a daughter-in-law, Nancy Dawson; six grandchildren, Dena Couturier and children Harmoni and Noah, Dillard Irvin and wife Kathy and children Amber and Ashley, Dustin Hnilica and wife Jennifer, Krista Friend and husband Jimmy and children Curtis, Madison, Joe, and Sarah, Amber Beachy and husband Darren and children Micah and Jonathan, and Herbert W. Dawson; and a sister-in-law, Betty Winebrenner. At her request, her body will be cremated and there will be no memorial service. Even though she will be deeply missed by many, we know that Herby and Hector were waiting for her and she is now with them. We love you, Iris . . .Mom . . . Memaw.
Cumberland Times-News, February 18, 2011
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted February 26, 2011

 


DAWSON, Isaac
 
Mr. Isaac Dawson, father of Mr. J. Dawson, the fireman at the electric light works in this city, died yesterday at his home in Headsville, W. Va. The deceased was 61 years old, and the caus of his death was heart disease. He leaves a wife and ten children.
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; April 10, 1895; page 6.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted November 8, 2013


DAWSON, Isaac
 
Mr. Dawson’s Funeral.
The funeral of Mr. Isaac Dawson, whose death is noted elsewhere, will take place at Cresaptown at noon tomorrow from the M. E. Church, of that place. The interment will bei n the family lot in the cemetery connected with the church. The deceased was born and reared in this county and was one of its most highly respected citizens.
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; April 10, 1895; page 3.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted November 8, 2013


 

DAWSON, John Edward

Luke ~  John Edward Dawson, 63, husband of Julia L O'Connor Dawson, died last night at his home, 222 Cromwell street after an illness of four years.  A native of Rawlings, he lived here for 18 years and was formerly employed by he West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co.  He was the son of Mrs. Sarah Dawson and the late Newton Dawson and was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Westernport; and of the Parish Holy Name Society. Other survivors include seven children: Miss Anna Rita and Charles Dawson at home; Robert Dawson, Barton; Mrs. Raymond Wright, Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Gertrude Kuykendall, Baltimore, Technical Sergeant Francis H. Dawson, Gowen Field, Boise, Idaho and Private Eugene Dawson, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Dayton, Westernport and Mrs. Jospeh Stewart, Cumberland, and five brothers; Newton and Herbert, this place, Thomas Dawson, Westernport; Clifford Dawson, McCoole, Harry Dawson, Turtle Cree, PA and five grandchildren.
Cumberland Evening Times, 2 February 1943
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009

 


 

DAWSON, Mrs. Julian

DAWSON NEWS
July 31, 1905
The death messenger visited our peaceful community Wednesday evening, July 29, 1905, and laid his bony fingers upon Mrs. Julian Dawson. She was aged 69 years, 8 months and 6 days. Her husband, Jacob Dawson, preceded her to the glory land about five years. The deceased had been confined to her home for a number of years with a complication of diseases. Although she bore her sufferings patiently, only waiting for the summons of the blessed Master to call her home. About 50 years ago, she gave her heart to God and enlisted under the banner of king Emmanuel and ever since has been battling and toiling for the master. She was a loving and faithful companion and a kind and devoted parent, and will be greatly missed in the home circle, as well as by her many friends in the community. She leaves to mourn their loss five sons and four daughters, namely: J. J. Dawson, of Frost; T. H. of 21st[?]; Rev. S. D. of Dawson; G. W., J. H. and Miss Sarah M., who are unmarried and reside at home. Also Mrs. Mary R. Schell of Cabin Run, Mrs. Susie C. Johnson of Shaw and Mrs. Julia Iser, of Rawlings. Her remains were laid to rest in the Mt Zion cemetery Friday, there to wait the final summons of come ye blessed of my father inherit the Kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. The services were conducted by her pastor, Rev C P Dyche, who used for the occasion the 40 chapter and 4th verse of Isaiah. The pall bearers were Messrs John Kemphier, H. T. Daniels, David Martin, Henry and Reese Bailey and (L/I?) L. Vanmeter.
Farewell mother, thou has left us
  Sad and lonely here to roam;
But your toils on earth are ended,
  And the Master called you home.
Long and patiently you waited,
  But at last the summons came;
Now your sufferings here are ended,
  And your work on earth is done.
Though we sadly miss you, mother,
  And the parting gave us pain;
  But thou art free from pain and sorrow
  We would not call thee back again.
Thou hast gone to yon bright heaven,
  Far beyond the crystal sea;
No more on earth to meet you, mother,
  But one by one we'll come to thee.
Yes, one by one we'll meet you mother,
  Over on that golden shore;
Free from sickness, pain and sorrow
  Parting there is known no more.
KEYSER TRIBUNE, AUGUST 4, 1905
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 15 , 2010

 


 

DAWSON, King Edward 

King Edward Dawson of Millersdale, Ridgeley, died last night in West Virginia State Hospital, Weston, where he was a patient three years.  He was 82. Born in Rawlings, he was a son of the late Andrew and Leanda (Shepherd) Dawson.  His wife, Ethel M. (Dayton) Dawson died in 1940. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Emil Malas, Windber, Pa.; two sons, Melvin Dawson, Ridgeley, and Robert Dawson, city, a brother, Sherman Dawson, Bishops Head, Md.; a sister, Mrs. Nora Troutman, residing in Virginia, 14 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Mr. Dawson was a retired conductor for the Western Maryland Railroad and was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Conductors.
The body is at the George Funeral Home.

Cumberland Evening Times, July 30, 1963:
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009

 


 

DAWSON, Mrs. Lesta Mae Beemiller

Luke:  Mrs Lesta Mae Dawson, 82 of 315 Pratt Street died.  Widow of C. Newton Dawson and a daughter of the late Mrs. and Mrs. Peter Beemiller. Surviving are two sons, Charles W. Dawson of Indiana, and Richard Dawson, Baltimore; two daughters, Mrs. Richard Patrick Johnson, Mich., and Mrs. James Duckworth, Harrisville 18 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Piedmont. The body is at the Boal Fund real Home in Westernport where friends will be received today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m. A service will be conducted there Saturday at 1 p.m. with Rev. Summer Sawyer officiating.  Burial will be in Philos Cemetery.
Cumberland Evening Times, 19 October, 1972
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009

 



DAWSON, Mrs. Lillian L. Goshorn

Mrs. Lillian L. Dawson, 87, died yesterday at Potomac Valley Hospital. Born in Keyser, she was a daughter of the late George T. and Sally M (Combs) Goshorn.  She was a member of Trinity Methodist Church and Piedmont Woman's Club. Surviving are two brothers, Elkins Goshorn, Piedmont and Paul Goshorn, here and a sister Mrs. Maude Cole, here. The body is at Fredlocks' Funeral Home where friends will be received today after 2 p.m. A service will be conducted by Rev. Summer Swayers.  Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery, Keyser.
Cumberland Evening Times, 19 September, 1954
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009


DAWSON, Mrs. Mary
 
MIDLAND - Bureau Evening Times.
Midland, Feb. 16. "Mrs. Mary Dawson, wife of James Dawson, notice of whose death  appeared in the Times yesterday evening, was among Midland's oldest  residents. Many men and women now well advanced in years can recall  her many acts of kindness to them, when children, and all speak  highly of her kindly disposition to all her neighbors, many  charitable acts being performed by her that few know from whence they  came. The deceased was born at or near Rawlings, Md., and was in her  67th year. Besides her aged husband the following children survive her. The sons are Henry, of Barton; Geo, Isaac, James and Joseph, of  this locality, and two daughters, Mrs. Enoch Thrasher, of Ocean, and  Mrs. Brady Dawson, of Westernport; two sons, her oldest children  being dead. William, who was killed on the C. & P. railroad years  ago, and John who died  at Ocean, a few years ago. The funeral sermon  will be preached in Grace M. E. Church tomorrow at 2 p.m. Interment  will be made in the Old Loar cemetery on the Loar farm near Klondike  mine. The deceased carried an insurance policy for a neat sum in the  Metropolitan Insurance Company, thus displaying her good judgment in  preparing for her removal from this earth by leaving something substantial to her aged life partner.
Source: The Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Feb. 16, 1906.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted November 8, 2013 


 

DAWSON, Millard Lee

Millard Lee Dawson, 51 of Wilmington, Ohio, died yesterday there. Born in Cumberland, he was a son of Mrs. Hilda (Emmart) Dawson, this city, and the late Herbert Dawson.  He was a member of the American legion and Kiwanis in Wilmington.  he was a 20  year Army veteran,  having served in WWII and the Korean War.  he retired as commanding warrant officer and had been employed by Defense Electronic Supply Center, Dayton Ohio. Surviving are his widow Fern (Mostoller); two sons, Ronald Dawson and Gary Dawson, Wilmington; five brothers Homer W. Dawson and Bruce Dawson, Rawlings, Paul Dawson, Bel-Air, Charles Dawson, Laurel, Body Dawson, Cumberland and one sister, Mrs Joan Bohrer, Johnston, PA. Friends will be received in the Marsh Funeral Home, Wilmington. Services will be held there Wednesday at 10:a.m. with full military honors being accorded and burial will be in Wilmington.
Cumberland Evening Times, 15 March 1976
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009

 


 

DAWSON, Noah Wilmot

Dawson, Md. - The death angel visited our peaceful community Monday, March 24, 1913, and claimed for his victim little Noah Wilmot Dawson, the seven-year-old son of Rev. S. D. and Emma J. Dawson. Death was due to membranous croup from the effects of measles. Little Noah was a bright boy and was the pride of the home where he will be sadly missed. Also his bright smile will be missed in the Sunday school. But God in his infinite wisdom thought best to take him, so he has gone to join the Sunday School in the great beyond. While it is sad for us to give him up, God knows best and we will submit to his Holy will and exclaim, "The Lord Giveth and the Lord Taketh Away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. And not our will but Thine be done." Weep not, dear parents, little Noah has left this troublesome world of sin and sorrow and has gone to join the angelic host above and is only waiting and beckoning for you to come and join him. Be faithful a few more days or weeks at most, and God will call you hence to join him in that sun.
The angels came and took him,
We’ll see him here no more.
But by and by we’ll meet him,
On that bright celestial shore.
I know 'twas hard to give him up,
Your darling little son.
But God knows best, just trust in him,
And say, "Thy will be done."
By and By you’ll go to meet him,
In the home beyond the sky,
Where parting will be ended,
And will be no more good-bye.
Mineral Daily News, April 11, 1913
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted August 29, 2010


DAWSON, Mrs. Nora Elizabeth Iser
 
KEYSER - Mrs. Nora Elizabeth Dawson, 87, of 25 South Street, died last night in Potomace Valley Hospital.    Born in Dawson, Md., she was a daughter of the late John and Rebecca (Iser) Iser. Mrs. Dawson was a member of Gospel Hall Church, Lonaconing.Her husband, Thomas H. Dawson, died in 1937. Surviving are four sons, Orville Dawson, Baltimore, Lester Dawson, Wilbur dawson and Ernest Dawson, all of Keyser; a brother, Fred Iser, Ridgeley; 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren. The body will be at the Markwood funeral Home after 7 p.m. today. Services will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home by Edward Hunter of Gospel Hall Church. Burial will be in Meadow Point Cemetery.
SOURCE: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; Dec. 9, 1964; page 25.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted July 26, 2013


DAWSON, Mrs. Parmelia

Mrs. Parmelia Dawson, aged 81 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Allen, in Piedmont, on Saturday evening, July 5, after a short illness.  On Thursday she suffered a stroke of paralysis and was unconscious until death.  At an early age she joined the Methodist Episcopal Church.  She is survived by two daughters, and one son, Mrs. John Ravenscroft of Keyser; Mrs. C.E. Allen, Piedmont; E.M. and William Dawson, Keyser; John T. of Martinsburg and H.B. of Piedmont; also twelve grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; one brother, Hance Dawson of Romney, and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Ravenscroft, and Miss Lou Clarke of Cumberland.  Funeral services were held at her former home at Dawson and her body was laid to rest beside her husband, who died 36 years ago.
Cumberland Evening Times, 8 July 1913
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
[note: indicates one son, but four names are listed - Genie]
Posted November 28, 2009

 


 

DAWSON, Robert Andrew

Robert Andrew Dawson, 45, died at his home, 10-C, Jane Frazier Village, after an illness of several years. A native of Cumberland, he was a son of the late King and Ethel (Dayton) Dawson and a retired Western Maryland Railway brakeman. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pearl (Eckard) Dawson, five sons, Edward, city; Robert A. Jr., Kenneth D., Richard S. and John L. Dawson, all at home; a brother, Melvin Dawson, Ridgeley; a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Malas, Windber, Pa., and two grandchildren. The body is at the Scarpelli Funeral Home where a service will be conducted today at 1 p. m. by Rev. Oliver Schlaegel, pastor of the First Alliance Church. Interment will be in Davis Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be D. M. Goff, J. A. Shipe, V. H. Parsons, W. F. Rice, John A. Turano and T. P. Cowan.
The Cumberland News, May 25, 1964
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)

 


 

DAWSON, William C.

William C. Dawson, 75, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Herbert Dawson, yesterday morning.  He had been in ill health since last September.  Mr. Dawson was a local minister of the First Methodist Episcopal Church and had been employed at the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company.  Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., from the First M.E. Church.  Interment will be a Dawson, Md.  Besides his daughter, he leaves a grandson, Herbert Dawson, Jr. Luke, and a brother, Alex Dawson, Shalimar.
The Cumberland Evening Times, Luke Maryland, April 30, 1937
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted October 17, 2009

 

DAWSON, William O.
 
KEYSER, W. Va. - William O. Dawson, 71, of Fort Howard, Md., died Wednesday at Fort Howard Veterans Administration Hospital. He was a native of Allegany County, and a veterna of World War I. He was a son of the late Thomas and Nora (Iser) Dawson and is survived by his widow, Clara (Lewis) Dawson, two sons, Harry O. and Adam Dawson all of Fort Howard; a daughter, Elizabeth Cox of Dundalk, and three brothers, Ernest, Lester and Wilbur Dawson all of Keyser. He also leaves 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.  The body is at the Rogers Funeral Home where friends will be received after 7 p.m. Saturday.
SOURCE: The Cumberland Evening Times; Cumberland, Maryland; January 12, 1968; page 16.
(Courtesy of Wendy Mammoliti)
Posted May 11, 2013 


Name:  Reverend Leonard J. Day, 81, 

Parents: Sarah Virginia Day

DOB: October 30, 1928 in Well Creek, PA

DOD: September 24, 2010, in Meyersdale

Spouse: first wife, Evaline Bittinger, second wife *Ruby Bittinger (sister of Evaline)

Predeceased by: wife, Evaline Bittinger, in-laws, Irvin and Sadie Bittinger of Jennings, MD

Survived by:  none noted

Burial:  Somerset County Memorial Park


*does not state whether living or deceased
Source: Robert H. Halverson Funeral Home, Somerset, PA
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted February 18, 2014

 


DAY, Mrs. Mollie Heavener

Mrs. Mollie Day, wife of J. W. Day, a wealthy retired merchant and farmers of Grant county, died Monday at Petersburg. She leaves three brothers, all prominent in business in the State, Joseph and John Heavener of Elkins, and George Heavener, of Buchannon, W. Va. She also leaves her husband, three daughters, Mrs Maud Halderman of Moorefield; Missses Madge and Edith Day, and two sons, Messrs. Claude and Blair Day, at home.
Keyser Tribune, November 17, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 24, 2010

 


 

DAY, Nina H. May 

CUMBERLAND — Nina H. Day, 72, of Cumberland passed away Thursday, Oct. 05, 2006, at Sacred Heart Hospital. Born July 22, 1934, in Flintstone, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Nina (Teeter) May. She also was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Lee Day Sr.; grandson, Brian Smith; eight brothers, Harvey May, Frank May, Oscar May, Benny May, Dayton May Sr., Donald May Sr., Weston May, Roy May, and two sisters, Gertrude May and Flossie May. Mrs. Day was a homemaker and was a member of the Glendale Church of the Brethren, Flintstone. She enjoyed being with her family. Surviving are two sons, Richard Day, Jr. and special friend Sherry Imes, Cumberland, Darryl Day, Cumberland; four daughters Wilma Padfield and husband Edward, Ridgeley, W.Va., Wannetta Huff and husband Kenny, Cumberland, Barb Smith and husband Tom, Cumberland, Debbie Stallings, Cumberland; five grandchildren, Keesha Stallings, Carl L.P. Stallings, Tiffany Stallings, Beth Ann Stallings and Tina Padfield; four great-grandchildren, John Dye Jr., Aiden Dye, Hannah Dye and Emilee Dye; one brother, Bernard May and wife Linda, Oldtown; one sister, Arvella Turben, Kalamazoo, Mich., and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Scarpelli Funeral Home, P.A., 108 Virginia Ave., Cumberland, (www.scarpellifh.com) on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the funeral home on Sunday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Richard Ketterman officiating. Interment will be in Glendale Cemetery, Flintstone. Pallbearers will be Ed Padfield, Carl L.P. Stallings, Jim Bow Toni, Rockie Rhoads, Kenny Huff and Tom Smith.
Cumberland Times-News, Oct 10 2006

 


DAYTON, Mrs. Amanda

Mrs Amanda Dayton, aged about 60 years, wife of Mr P M Dayton, of Knobley, died last Fri, July 26, 1912, at her home.  Beside her husband she leaves several children.  She was before marriage, Miss Amanda Wagoner, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Jackson Wagoner, and was a sister to Tolbert Wagoner, of Keyser, Howard Wagoner of Everett Pa, Mrs Chas E Johnson, of Missouri, Mrs Lewis Largent of Paw Paw, Mrs Dohmer of Patterson Depot.  Her mother, who is ninety years old, still survives.
The funeral took place Sun at the Headsville church, services having been conducted by Rev Mr Oliver and Rev G W Yost and interment was at the Headsville grave yard.

Keyser Tribune, August 2, 1912
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 17, 2010

 

DAYTON, Emory P.

Westernport - Emory P. Dayton, 60, of 527 Maryland Avenue, died yesterday in Potomas Valley Hospital, Keyser, where he had been admitted March 20.  Born in Westernport, he was a son of the late Charles F. and Agnes (Fatkin) Dayton. An employe of the Luke Mill of West Virginia Pulp and Paper for more than 40 years, Mr. Fatkin[sic] held membership in Luke Local 676, United Paperworkers Union, and Trinity Methodist Church, Piedmont. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Stella (Green) Dayton; a son, Ralph Dayton, and daughter, Mrs. Gloria Dawson, both of Westernport; a brother, Charles S. Dayton, Luke; a sister, Mrs. Ann Baxter, San Francisco, and two grandchildren. The body is at the Boal Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow.
Monday, 10 April 1961; Cumberland Evening Times
(Courtesy of John Keyes/transcribed by Genie)
Posted September 22, 2012

 

DAYTON, Horace

DAWSON NEWS Nov 28, 1911 - Mr. R. S. Dayton was called to Westerport Sunday night on account of the death of his brother Horace.
Keyser Tribune, December 1, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 24, 2010

 


 

DAYTON, James Isaac

Mr. James Isaac Dayton, died at his home in McCoole Thursday morning of typhoid fever, aged about 58 years. The body will be taken to Dawson on the W. M. train tomorrow at noon.  Funeral services will be held in the church there and the body buried in the cemetery near by. He left a widow, two daughters and one son. He and two sons have died of typhoid fever within the brief space of five weeks.
Keyser Tribune, December 1, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 24, 2010

 


 

DAYTON, Mrs. Lucy F. Dawson

Mrs. Lucy F. Dayton, 85, of 134 Wood Street, died yesterday at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser, where she had been a patient two weeks.
Born at 21st Bridge, near Dawson, she was a daughter of the late Newton and Elizabeth (Hart) Dawson.
She and her husband, Edward C. Dayton, who survives her, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary March 1, 1968.  She was a member of Westernport United Methodist Church and the Missionary Society of the church. Besides her husband, she is survived by Donald Dayton, Keyser; four daughters, Mrs. Bernice Rinard, here; Miss Dessie R. Dayton, Mrs. Vivian Walsh, Washington; Mrs. Frances Greaves, here; 13 grandchildren; 28  great-grandchildren and four  great-great-grandchildren. The body is at the Boal Funeral Home where Friends will be received today from 3 until 4 p.m. and 7 until 9 p.nm. and tomorrow from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p.m.

The Cumberland News, 4 Jan 1969
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009

 


 

DAYTON, Nelson

Mr. Nelson Dayton, who ran a Pressing and Cleaning Club in the Bright Building on Armstrong St, Keyser, died at his home in McCoole, Thursday morning, Oct 26, 1911, after a lingering illness from typhoid fever, which had taken a relapse, aged about 25 years. He will be buried in Queens Point cemetery this afternoon, after services at the home conducted by Rev. J. H. Brunk. He was a son of Mr. J. I. Datyon, of McCoole, and leaves a widow, who is a daughter of Mr. Wm. Stewart, of Keyser and a son who is in his third year. He is survived by two brothers, Solomon, who lives in Cumberland, and Alvin, whose home is in Keyser, but who is now ill with typhoid fever at the home of his mother-in-law in Midland. His two sisters are Miss Mary who lives in Cumberland and Miss Bertha, who lives in Midland.
Mr. Dayton was a progressive young business man and very popular with his associates. His untimely death is mourned by a large circle of warm friends.

Keyser Tribune, October 27, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 24, 2010

DAYTON, Nelson

Card of Thanks
Mrs. Nelson Dayton extends her sincere thanks and heartfelt appreciation to her many friends for their innumerable manifestations of kindness and sympathy extended during the illness and since the death of her husband.
Keyser Tribune, November 3, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 24, 2010

 


 

DAYTON, Patrick M.

Patrick M. Dayton, one of our oldest and most highly respected citizen, died at the home of his son, Charles M. Dayton, in Keyser, Sept 15, 1911, was was buried in the Dayton Cemetery last Sunday afternoon. The funeral services were held in the M E Church, the sermon being preached by the Rev. F. H. Havenner. The services were very largely attended. Six of his nephews were his active pallbearers and six of his old neighbors were the honorary pallbearers. Mr. Dayton was born November 2, 1822 and would have been 89 years old had he lived until the 2nd of next November. When a young man, Mr. Dayton married Miss Rachael Kight, who preceded him to the glory world about eight years ago. There were born unto them seven children, five of whom are living. They are Mrs. Eliza Clark, Horace R. Dayton and Mrs. Annie Greenwade of Westernport, Md; R. S. Dayton of Dawson, Md; and Charles M. Dayton the efficient bookkeeper and accountant in the Potomac Milling and Ice company's office, of Keyser. All of his brothers and sisters are dead; he was the last member of a large family. Mr. Dayton was converted and joined the Methodist Church at a meeting held in a school house near Twenty-First Bridge, about 65 years ago; and through all these intervening years he was a faithful and useful Christian. For many years he was an exhorter and class leader in the church. He was very powerful in prayer and delighted in revival work. He has helped many a penitent should into the way of light and comported many sorrowing hearts. His influence for good will live on for many years and a host will rise up in that day and call him blessed. It is impossible to estimate the worth of such a life to a community and the hallowed influence of his noble example will linger like the soft glow of the twilight hour.
Keyser Tribune, September 22, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 24, 2010

 


DAYTON, Ralph E.

Westernport:  Ralph E. Dayton, 42 of 106 Potomac Street died yesterday at Potomac Valley Hospital, Keyser. A native of here, he was a son of the late Emory P. and Stella (Green) Dayton. Employed as a quality control engineer at Westvaco's Luke Mill, he was a member of Luke Local 76 UPP, Victory Post 155 American Legion and a veteran of the Korean war. Surviving are his widow, son Timothy Dayton and two daughters, Valerie and Rebecca Dayton, at home. The body is at the Boal Funeral Home where friends will be received today from 7 until 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 until 4 p.m. A service will be conducted there Saturday at 3 p.m. with Rev. Joseph Cole officiating.  Interment will follow in Philos Cemetery.
Cumberland Evening Times, 19 October 1972:
(Courtesy of Lee Deetz Fasnacht)
Posted November 21, 2009

 



 

DAYTON, William Harvey

William Harvey Dayton, 5 months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dayton, Potomac street, Ridgeley, died Tuesday. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery this afternoon.
The Cumberland Evening Times, September 12, 1928
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted June 25, 2009

 

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