Marshall County Obituaries

Arch Quigley died Sunday

Arch D Quigley, 70, of R.D. 1, Glen Easton died Sunday in Reynolds Memorial Hospital.

He was born May 10, 1908, at Cameron, son of William and Jessie Riggs Quigley. He was a retired employee of the West Virginia Penitentiary.

Surviving are his wife Naomi Edwards Quigley; three sons, Gerald W of Roberts Ridge, Lewis M of GlenDale, and David L of R.D. 1, Glen Easton; a brother, Oscar of Moundsville; three sisters, Mrs. Don (Pauline) Wilkerson of R.D. 1, Moundsville, Mrs. Delmar (Helen) Lusk, and Mrs. William (Hazel) Utter both of Moundsville; four grandchildren, Carla Jo and Kevin of GlenDale, Jennifer of Roberts Ridge, and Babe E of R.D. 1, Glen Easton.

Friends will be received at the Grisell Funeral Home Monday from 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday from 2-4 ad 7-9 p.m., where services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m., with Rev William Stein in charge.

Interment will be in Riverview cemetery.

Moundsville Daily Echo, Monday, 30 October 1978

*Note: Arch is my grandfather.

Submitted by Carla Quigley Stone.

Mrs. Quigley Dies Wednesday

Mrs. Jessie Lee Quigley of 2613 Center Street, Died at MGH Wednesday evening. She was the widow of William Quigley. Born in Greene County, Penna. On October 30, 1885. She was the daughter of Henry and Martha Murphy Riggs and was a member of the United Presbyterian Church.

Surviving are two sons, Oscar of Moundsville and Arch of Bowman Ridge; four daughters, Mrs. Pauline Wilkerson of Moundsville, Mrs. Virginia Hunt of New Philadelphia, Ohio, Mrs. Helen Lusk of Moundsville, and Mrs. Hazel Utter of Moundsville; one brother, Russell Riggs of New York; one sister Mrs. Nellie Lawrence of San Lorenzo, California; 16 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren.

Friends may call at Lutes funeral home this evening. Arrangements are incomplete.

"Moundsville Daily Echo"- Thursday, 7 November 1963

*Note: Jessie was my great grandmother

Submitted by Carla Quigley Stone.

Aged man drops dead Thursday

Louis Quigley, 68, a resident of Seventh Street, dropped dead of heart trouble in front of the George Albert store on Jefferson Avenue Thursday afternoon shortly before five o’clock. He was removed to the Lutes undertaking establishment. Coroner McCombs was called and his verdict was that death was due to organic heart trouble.

Mr. Quigley is survived by several children.

Moundsville Weekly Edition Echo, Friday, 17 May 1918

*Note: He is son of William and Nancy Mathews Quigley. His wife is Clarissa Darr Quigley. Louis is my great great grandfather

Submitted by Carla Quigley Stone.

Obituary Information on SIDNEY MAE DAGUE QUIGLEY

Quigley, Sidney Mae Dague--Wife of Wiley Quigley, died at the family home. She was the daughter of William L. Dague (June 17,1846?-May 25, 1935) and Mary McCreary Dague (Feb. 24, 1851-May 23, 1927) and a native of Marshall County, WV. She had resided at the St. Clairsville, Ohio area for the past 32 years. For several years, she and her husband, operated an ice cream stand west of St. Clairsville. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are one sister, Mrs. Nettie Dague Sligar of Wheeling, WV; one brother, Charles Elmer Dague of Elm Grove (Wheeling, WV). Burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling, WV. (Newspaper dated Feb. 15, 1959).

Source: Tri-County Obituary Collection Volume III 1902-1960 page 52. Appropriate correction by James Edward Dague.

Submitted by James Edward Dague.

Wm. M. Quigley succumbed today

William M. Quigley, 69, of Walnut Avenue, died Sunday morning at 8:25 in the GlenDale hospital following an illness of two weeks.

Mr. Quigley, a retired meat cutter, was born in Wheeling, December 25, 1882, the son of Louis and Clarissa Darra [Darr] Quigley. He came to Moundsville 42 years ago from Cameron, and was a member of the United Presbyterian church of Moundsville.

Surviving are his wife, Jessie L. Quigley; four daughters, Mrs. Albert Hunt, Jr., Uhrichsville, O., Mrs. Donald Wilkerson, Mrs. Delmar Lusk, and Mrs. William Utter, all of Moundsville; two sons, Oscar and Arch, both of Moundsville; and adopted son Arch Jr., now in England; 15 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

The body was removed to the Riggs funeral home, 118 Grant Avenue, where services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. R.W. Piper of the United Presbyterian church officiating. Interment will be in Riverview cemetery.

"Moundsville Daily Echo" - Monday, 3 March 1952 *Note: William is my great grandfather.

Submitted by Carla Quigley Stone.