G. F. Headley
G. F. Headley, aged 69 years, a prominent farmer and civil engineer of Brock, and one of the most widely known residents of southern Greene county, died at 10:45 o'clock Thursday night, February 8, in the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh. Mr. Headley had been in ill health for some time and only a few days before his death he had gone to the Mercy hospital for treatment. After going there pneumonia developed, causing his death. Mr. Headley, who was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Headley, had spent his entire life in the vicinity of Brock and Mt. Morris. For a period of twenty years he was one of Greene county's most successful school teachers. Leaving this profession he took up civil engineering, which occupation he followed extensively in conjunction with farming. He was a member of the Methodis Episcopal church. Besides his wife, who was formerly Sarah A. Connor, he leaves seven children, namely: Byron and Albert Headley and Mrs. A. E. Phillips, all of Brock; Stanley Headley, of Kirby; Miss Gertrude Headley, at home; Fred Headley, of Kirby, and Miss Bernice Headley, a student in the Waynesburg High school. He is also survived by two brothers, Jesse Headley, of Daybrook, W. Va., and Thomas Headley, of Mt. Morris. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon. Relatives and friends met at the Headley home at 1 o'clock, going thence to the Valley Chapel church where services were conducted by Rev. C. L. Pencock, of Kirby. Interment was in the Valley Chapel cemetery.
Democrat Messenger, February 16, 1923 (Greene County, PA)
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