In a word no. I assume you mean state death records as opposed to church records or obituaries. Of those there are many websites for information like that for throughout the state. It is sporadic and varies greatly in what is available. Using a search engine would be the best way to find them.
Some of the deaths recorded by each county from 1893 to 1905 and indexes for them can be found online. But it is only a few counties.
Access to state death records recorded since 1906 is restricted and will, under current law, never be made available online in any shape or form including an index. That is why there is a grassroots effort to have Pennsylvania's law changed and the information made available online. But it will only happen if people speak out. Otherwise it will never happen. Here's the website: http://users.rcn.com/timarg/PaHR-Access.htm
Until that changes about the only other thing available is the Social security Death Index which does include some Pennsylvania deaths but they only start in the 1950's and does not include all deaths in Pennsylvania.
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