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Edward C. Wainwright
Class of 1901 - EDWARD COWLES WAINWRIGHT. B. 7 Aug., 1879, Hanover, N.H. Electrical engineer. D. 30 Nov., 1910, Cincinnati, O.
[Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1910-1911, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]



Thomas Wall

Thomas Wall, an old resident of Jones Station, died at his home last night, in the 82nd year of his age.
[Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, October 21, 1880 - DW - Sub by FoFG]

Charles Webber
Blew his Own Head Off
Cincinnati, June 30 - At an early hour Monday morning, Charles Webber, a member of the police force of this city, was found dead by his room mate at their residence No. 49 George street. Webber’s head had been almost completely blown off by a revolver which lay by his side.  No cause can be given for the suicide.  
[Bridgeport Morning News, Bridgeport, Connecticut, July 1, 1890, Page 1]


Mrs. E. Wells
Lockland, O. -- Mrs. E. Wells died recently. - Rev. Campbell of Xenia, preached her funeral sermon. - Mrs. Cousin C. Turner and Walter Peoples also died recently.
[Cleveland Gazette (21 July 1888) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]


Jerusha B. Wert
Died, On the 9th inst., at Lexington, Clatsop, after a short illness, Mrs. Jerusha B. Wert, wife of A. C. Wert, aged 30 years. Iowa, Cincinnati and York papers please copy. [Oregon Spectator (Oregon City, OT) – Thursday, April 4, 1850]


John West
Lockland -- John West, one of our old citizens, died Saturday morning. Funeral at the A.M.E. church, Sunday.
[Cleveland Gazette (3 July 1886) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]


William Whistler
Col. Wm. Whistler, who entered the army in 1801, and is said to have been the oldest army officer in the United States, except Gen. Scott, died near Cincinnati a few days ago.  [The Daily Mountaineer (Dalles, OR) – Saturday, February 20, 1864]


William White
LOCKLAND -- William White, for many years a resident of this place, died suddenly Sunday night of lung fever. The funeral services will be held today in the Presbyterian Church, at two o'clock. [Cincinnati Daily Enquirer (13 May 1874) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]
LOCKLAND - The remains of William White, who died Sunday evening, were taken to Pleasant Ridge on Tuesday for internment.
[Cincinnati Daily Enquirer (15 May 1874) - MZ - Sub by FoFG]


Horace Wigand
Horace Wigand, who a few weeks since was so badly injured by jumping from a moving passenger train, died yesterday morning. His funeral took place today from his late residence in the Third Ward.
[The Cincinnati Times-Star, June 24, 1875 - DW - Sub by FoFG]


George T. Williamson
Williamson, George T., London, England, Dec. 25, ae. 55, a citizen of Cincinnati, O. Mr. W. was born in Cincinnati, May 10, 1804. Since the organization of the Pioneer Association he had been its corresponding secretary, and probably did more than any other man to collect and preserve interesting facts and reminiscences connected with the early settlement of Ohio and Cincinnati. In him the association has lost one of its most useful and efficient members. He was a man of warm social qualities, of high and honorable impulses, an excellent member of society, and possessed more than ordinary abilities. [Source: "Annual Obituary Notices of Eminent Persons who have died in the United States for 1858" by Hon. Nathan Crosby; John P. Jewett and Co., pub. 1859.]
 



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