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Allegheny County
Pennsylvania

Politicians who died in Allegheny County

  Allegheny (now part of Pittsburgh): Charles McClure, 1846 — Samuel A. Purviance, 1882
  Braddock: Christian H. Sheets, 1927
  Braddock's Field (now Braddock): John Gibson, 1822
  Carnegie: Russell Errett, 1891
  Coraopolis: Morgan R. Wise, 1903
  Dormont: Molly Yard, 2005
  Edgewood: Carl C. Baldrige, 1949
  Elizabeth Township: Joseph M. Gaydos, 2015
  Fox Chapel: Joseph Francis Weis, Jr., 2014
  Homewood (now part of Pittsburgh): William Wilkins, 1865
  Mt. Lebanon: Peter F. Flaherty, 2005 — Sophie Masloff, 2014
  McKeesport: William H. Coleman, 1943 — Vera Buchanan, 1955
  Millvale: Harry J. Davenport, 1977
  Natrona Heights, Harrison Township: Samuel J. McMains, 1933
  Oakland, Pittsburgh: Harry A. Estep, 1968
  Pittsburgh:
 
  Pittsburgh, 1800-1849: James S. Stevenson, 1831 — Richard Biddle, 1847 — Alexander Newman, 1849
  Pittsburgh, 1850-1899: Harmar Denny, 1852 — Walter Forward, 1852 — Cornelius Darragh, 1854 — William W. Irwin, 1856 — David Ritchie, 1867 — Thomas Irwin, 1870 — Henry M. Brackenridge, 1871 — Thomas Marshall Howe, 1877 — Winthrop W. Ketchum, 1879 — Wilson McCandless, 1882 — William Henry Hornblower, 1883 — William Eichbaum, Jr., 1886 — William McKennan, 1893 — Christian G. Stough, 1893
  Pittsburgh, 1900-1949: Marcus W. Acheson, 1906 — George W. Delamater, 1907 — Thomas S. Flood, 1908 — Charles J. Magee, 1917 — William H. Graham, 1923 — George Shiras, Jr., 1924 — Valentine Remmel, 1929 — Joseph G. Armstrong, 1931 — Charles H. Kline, 1933 — John W. Slayton, 1935 — Morris Einstein, 1937 — James R. Macfarlane, 1938 — John S. Fisher, 1940 — Robert L. Vann, 1940 — George E. Alter, 1940 — Matthew A. Dunn, 1942 — J. Buell Snyder, 1946 — John K. Tener, 1946 — Michael J. Muldowney, 1947 — Joseph Buffington, 1947 — Edward V. Babcock, 1948 — James M. Magee, 1949 — William L. Mellon, 1949
  Pittsburgh, 1950-1999: Thomas E. Scanlon, 1955 — William P. Witherow, 1960 — Willard F. Agnew, Jr., 1961 — Joseph A. McArdle, 1967 — Howard E. Campbell, 1971 — Robert J. Corbett, 1971 — Doraf W. Blakeslee, 1975 — Samuel A. Weiss, 1977 — Edward L. Sittler, Jr., 1978 — Ralph H. Demmler, 1995
  Pittsburgh, 2000-2021: Patrick J. Stapleton, 2001 — Carol Los Mansmann, 2002 — Ronald E. Forcht, 2002 — Bob O'Connor, 2006 — Joseph P. Albright, 2009 — Donald John Lee, 2011 — William J. Coyne, 2013 — Gary L. Lancaster, 2013 — Paul H. O'Neill, 2020
  Near Pittsburgh: Adamson Tannehill, 1820
  Ross Township: Joseph Barker, 1862
  Scott Township: James A. Wright, 1963
  Sewickley: J. Twing Brooks, 1956 — William Lloyd Standish, 2015
  Tarentum: Nelson McVicar, 1960
  West Deer: George Becker, 2007
   See also Pennsylvania deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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