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Gailliot, Henry [Casper], 1862-1926, well known poultry raiser.
REF: Alexandria Gazette, Friday, 19 Nov 1926, page 5.
"Henry Gailliot, 64, a well known poultry raiser, died at 2 o'clock this morning at his home in Fairfax County. Besides his wife, Mrs. Frances Gailliot, he is survived by 5 sons and one daughter. His funeral will take place at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning from St. Mary's Catholic Church and interment will be at the St. Mary's Cemetery.
REF: Alexandria Gazette, Monday, 22 Nov 1926, page 6. Add: "... Services
were conducted by T.F. Kelly, assistant pastor ...".
Go to Obit for Henry C. Gailliot's wife, Mrs. Franceska Gailliot. Return to Obit.Index or go Home.
Gailliot, Mrs. Franceska (nee. Dumoulin), 1871-1941, wife of the late Henry C. Gaillliot.
REF: Alexandria Gazette, 21 May 1941, page 11 (available on Microfilm, Alexandria Library, VA):
“Gailliot, Franciska (sic), on Tuesday, May 20 , at her late residence, Potter Hill, Fairfax County, VA. Franciska Gailliot, widow, of the late Henry Gailliot, mother of Charles A., Albert H., Clemens S., Mary F. of Alexandria, VA; Henry J., of Pittsburgh, PA, and Joseph M., of Arlington, VA. Services Friday May 23rd at 10 a.m. from St. Mary’s Church. INterment St. Mary’s Cemetery. Remaines resting at the home of her son, Charles D. Gailliot [sic, should be Charles A.], 116 E. Stewart Ave. [Del Ray, VA].”
REF: Alexandria Gazette, 22 May 1941, pg 15:
“The Funeral of Mrs. Franciska Gailliot, 70, well known resident of Fairfax County and widow of the late Henry Gailliot was held at the St. Mary’s Cemetery. The pallbearers for the funeral were Lt. Col. Russell Lyons, Jacob Krafft, Edward A. Sweeley, Lee Watkins, Edward Quinn, and T. Reginal (sic) Dyson.”
Go to Obit for Franceska's husband, Henry C. Gailliot. Return to Obit.Index or go Home.
Gailliot, Joseph Martin, 1899-1951, son of Henry Gailliot
REF: Alexandria Gazette, Saturday, 18 Aug 1951, page 6.
"Gailliot, Joseph Martin: On Friday, August 17 at Sibley Hospital, Washington, DC, Joseph Martin Gailliot of 633 24th Street South Arlington, Husband of Mrs. Alice Gailliot of Arlingtion, father of Joseph Martin Gailliot, Jr, and brother of Miss Mary F. Gailliot, Albert H., Clemens S., all of Alexandria, and Henry J. Gailliot of Pittsburgh, PA. Funeral Services will be announced later. Remains resting at Cunningham Funeral Home, 609 Cameron Street."
REF: Alexandria Gazette, Monday, 20 August, 1951, page 6.
"Requiem Mass will be held Tuesday, Aug 21 at 9:30 am from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Arlington, VA. Interment Mount Comfort Cemetery." Go to obituary of Joseph's father, Henry Gailliot. Return to Obit.Index or go Home.
REFS: The Washington Post April 13, 2000; and The Smyth County News and Messenger, April 15, 2000.
GAILLIOT, Dr. Robert Vernon, 1935-2000, Pathologist
REFS: The Washington Post April 13, 2000; and The Smyth County News and Messenger, April 15, 2000. "GAILLIOT, DR. ROBERT VERNON (Age 64)"
"On Monday, April 10, 2000, at his home in Marion, VA, following a long illness. He was one of the first pathologists at Smyth County Community Hospital, Marion, VA and practiced throughout Southwest Virginia until his stroke in 1977. Dr. Gailliot was born in Alexandria, VA on July 31, 1935 to Clemens Sebastian Gailliot and to Teresa Aline Dyson Gailliot. He was a graduate of La Salle University and of Jefferson Medical School of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, where he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. During the Vietnam War, Dr. Gailliot served in the military at Walter Reed Army Hospital. He was a member of St. John's Catholic Church, Marion, VA, and a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus. He was an avid farmer, and loved classical music and his family."
"He is survived by his wife, Annette Welcker Gailliot of Marion, VA, and their four children, Elizabeth M. Gailliot and her husband, Patton Graham of Marion, VA, Ursula Gailliot Koeze and her husband, Todd Koeze of Charlottesville, VA, Robert V. Gailliot, Jr. and his wife, Lisa Gailliot of Fresno, CA and Christopher R. Gailliot and his wife, Bethany Gailliot of Wilmington, OH; three brothers, Thomas H. Gailliot and his wife, Betty Ann Gailliot, Clemens S. Gailliot, Jr. and his wife, Patricia Gailliot, and Martin A. Gailliot, and his wife, Teri Gailliot, all of Alexandria, VA. Also survived by 10 grandchildren."
"A Mass of Resurrection will be held Thursday, April 13, 2000 at 10 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church, Marion, VA, with Father Robert Krenik and Rev. Robert Beachum, officiating. Graveside services will be held Friday, April 14, 2000 at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Cemetery, Alexandria, VA, with Father Christian Connelly officiating. The family will receive friends at the home of Elizabeth Gailliot, 202 Keller Lane, Marion, VA, on Wednesday, April 12, 2000 from 7 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Marion Life Saving Crew, PO Box 784, Marion, VA 24354. Arrangements by SEAVER BROWN FUNERAL SERVICES."
Go to obit of Robert V. Gailliot's father, Clemens S. Gailliot. Return to Obit.Index or go Home.
Gailliot, Alexander, 1891-1973, husband of late Rose Murphy
REF: Death Notice, June 12, 1973, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, available on microfilm no. 359a, Carnegie Mellon Library, Pittsburgh, PA:
"Gailliot, On Monday June 11, 1973, Alexander, husband of the late Rose Murphy"
"Gailliot, father of Helen Vogel, Martin, Mary Kopnowski, Charles, Magaret Ainsworth, Rosemary Furrer, Alexander, Jr., Ann Koglin, brother of Mame Terwilliger; brother-in-law of Mary and Cecilia Murphy, also 28 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Friends received at John F. Murry Funeral Home, Butler, at 52nd St. Mass of Resurrection in St Kieran's Church on Fri, 11am." Return to Obit.Index or go Home.
Gailliot, Albert, 1904-1985, son of the late Henry and Francesca Gailliot.
REF: From Arlington Journal, 2 Dec 1985:
"Albert Henry Gailliot, 81, died of liver failure Friday at Circle Terrace Hospital in Alexandria"
"Mr. Gailliot was a resident of Alexandria for more that 65 years. He was born in Pittsburgh and came to Alexandria with his parents when he was teenager."
"He was co-owner of the Hilltop Sand and Gravel Co. in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County. He sold his share of the business and retired in 1965. Before that, he and his brother [Clemens Gailliot] owned a poultry farm for 20 years in the same location, until a fire destroyed the farm."
He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church in Alexandrea. Mr Gailliot's hobbies included working in his machine shop and using his sawmill."
"Survivors include his wife of 46 years, Emma Lee Gailliot of Alexandria; and 10 children: Agnes Anne Collins of Friendswood, TX; Elizabeth Frances Wescott of Alexandria; Albert Henry Gailliot, Jr. of Sharon, MA; Catherine Gailliot of Alexandria; James Michael Gailliot of Annandale; Thomas Franklin Gailliot of Alexandria; Elaine Marie Bolinger of Converse, TX; Diana Lynn Gailiot of Annandale; Christine Marie Procario of Woodbridge, and Francis Patrick Gailliot of Cranford, NJ. He is also survived by a brother, Clemens S. Gailliot of Alexandria; 12 grandchildren, and one great grandchild."
"Mass of Christian burial was scheduled today at 11 am at St. Rita's Catholic Church, 3815 Russell Road, Alexandria. Burial will follow at St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery."
Go to Obituary of Albert's father, Henry Gailliot, or return to Obit.Index or go Home.
Gailliot, Clemens Sebastian, 1907-1991, Landfill owner
"Clemens S. Gailliot Sr. 82, who operated a poultry business and later a landfill at his former Alexandria farm, died of a heart ailment June 19 at Fairfax Hospital. He has lived in Alexandria for about 75 years."
"He was president of C.S. Gailliot Co., a poultry supply company, from the 1940's through the 1960's. For the last 20 years he operated the Hilltop Sand and Gravel Co. at the farm on Telegraph Road."
"Mr. Gailliot was born in Braddock, PA."
"He belonged to the Rotary Club of Fairfax County, the Fairfax County and Alexandria chambers of Commerce, the National Association of Home Builders, the Solid Waste Association of North America/ Government Refuse Collection and Disposal Association, the Knights of Columbus and St. Mary's Catholic Church of Alexandria."
"His first wife, Aline Dyson Gailliot, died in 1978. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth C. Gailliot of Alexandria; four children from his first marriage, Thomas H. Gailliot, Clemens S. Gailliot Jr. and Martin A. Gailliot, all of Alexandria, and Robert V. Gailliot of Marion, VA; 20 grandchildren; and 21 great grandchildren."
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Gailliot, Andrew Carl, 1875-1958, Pattern Maker; worked on Panama Canal Construction in 1911; lived in Saginaw, MI.
REF: Saginaw News, Monday, 17 Feb 1958, microfilmed by Saginaw Public Library, copy mailed to RCK, Jul 2005:
"Andrew C. Gailliot, 3415 Court Street"
"Passed away Sunday morning [16 Feb 1958] at St. Mary Hospital, age 69 years. He was born Feb 27, 1888, in Pittsburgh [sic, should be: born Feb 27, 1875, in Wesel, Germany]. On June 16, 1924, he married Edith Hooper. They lived in Detroit until 1931, when they movd to Saginaw. Mrs. Gailliot passed away last December. Prior to his retirement he worked for the Chevrolet Grey Iron Foundry for 37 years. He was a member of the Saginaw Pattern Makers Association. Survivivng are a step-son, William Michael, a graddaughter, Valerie Michael, both of Legonier, Indiana. Funeral services will take place at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Case Chapel. Rev. William Rickard will officiate with entombment in Oakwood Mausoleum. ..."
DISCREPANCY: According to several documents on hand, Andrew Gailliot
was born 27 Feb 1875, in Wesel Germany. He was about a year older than
his brother, Charles Gailliot. Thus, on the day that he died, Andrew was
just 10 days away from his 83rd birthday. However, his obituary stated
Andrew was 69 years old.
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Austel, Louis, (1879-1942), Pioneer resident of Ft Lauderdale
REF: The Ft Lauderdale News (Gore Publishing Co.) on Tuesday, 29 Dec 1942 (no page number). Obtained from Genealogical Society of Broward Co., FL: "Pioneer Resident Dies in Hospital"
"Louis Austel, 63, died this morning [29 Dec 1942] at Broward General Hospital; His home was at 238 SW Tenth Ave.
"Austel lived here for 19 years and was a member of St. Anthony's church."
"Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Guilot (sic) of Alexander, VA, and Mrs. Mary Schlumph of Switzerland; and a stepmother, Mrs Joseph Perchel (sic) of Edgewood, PA."
Go to Obituary of Louis' brother, Frank Austel; or return to Obit.Index or go Home.
Austel, Frank J. (1887-1936), City Police Officer of Butler, PA
REF: Butler Eagle, Thurs, 17 Sep 1936: "City Patrolman Frank Austel is Dead at 48 years. Officer had been member of Butler Force for Last Eleven Years"
"Patrolman Frank Austel, aged 48, of 118 Patterson Ave. member of the Butler Police force for approx. 11 yrs, died at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon following a short illness. In failing health for the past several years with a heart condition, he became seriously ill several weeks ago and was removed to the hospital."
"The last death to occur within the ranks of the local police force was that of Joseph Walsh, who died February 25, 1933. The previous deaths were those of Harper Graham and Elmer Yockey."
"Patrolman Austel, who was born in Bergland, Switzerland, October 30, 1987, had been a member of the police force for approx 11 yrs, having joined the department Jan 16, 1926."
"He came to America at the age of 16 and as a youth emigrated to Kansas when that state was being rapidly settled."
"He served an enlistment in the US Marine Corps from 1907 to 1910 and became an expert bugler while with that branch of the service. Beginning in 1910, he served an enlistment in the US Army, his service including duty on the Mexican border at the time of the Mexican trouble involving the notorious bandit, Pancho Villa, and his followers."
"Following completion of that enlistment, he was employed as a policeman in the borough of North Braddock and held positions in private industry in the Pittsburgh district until the outbreak of the World War [I]. He re-enlisted in the US Army and served throughout the war."
"Following the war, he joined the PA State Police and served with this organization for 8 months."
"After leaving the state police he was employed as a special officer by the Standard Steel Car Company here and at the Colfax plant of the Philadelphia Company, near Springdale. He enlisted in the Butler police force after completing his service with the latter firm."
"Members of the city police force will attend the funeral Saturday afternoon in a body. Resolutions of condolence were passed by the Police Pension Fund Assoc. and copies of the resolution were sent to the family and placed on the minutes of the Association."
"Members of Joseph T. Black Post 249 Veterans of Foreign Wars, were requested by their commander, William H. Bishoff, to meet at the post rooms on Church St. at 7:30 tomorrow night, and proceed in a body to the home of Patolman Austel to pay last respects to the former veteran."
"Surviving are his widow, Mrs Gladys Henshaw Austel; two sons, Cecil and Donald Austel at home; a brother, Louis Austel of Ft Lauderdale, FL, and three sisters, Mrs. Anna M. Imfang of Allison Park, Mrs. Margaret Geoliet [sic, should be Gailliot] of Alexandria, VA, and Mary Austel of Switzerland."
"He was a member of the First United Presbyterian church and the VFW."
"The body was removed to the family home. Private funeral sevices will be held from the family residence ..."
"Military burial will be made in Crown Hill cemetery, Prospect."
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