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ANTHONY WEAVER
(Nov. 22, 1823) Died Anthony Weaver, in Washington Twp., aged 50. [The Supporter, Chillicothe, OH - CA, Sub by FoFG]

SCOTT WHEELER
Scott Wheeler, son of William H. and Jeannie Retherford Wheeler, was born April 28, 1899 in Liberty Township, Ross County, Ohio. He departed this life at his home near Washington Court House, Ohio, February 4, 1929. He spent most of his boyhood in Ross County moving there with his parents from Highland County. They lived there but a year, then moved to Clinton County where he spent the last seven years of his life. Scott never united with any church, but he was honest, upright, and temperate and his habits and had repeatedly expressed his assurance in Christ. He was remarkably kind in his cheerful disposition, loyalty to friends, and generous devotion to those near and dear to him merited the large measure of love and esteem accorded to him by those who knew him best. For the past year he had been in failing health but through all of his sickness he never complained, always bearing his suffering patiently, hoping that God would spare his to raise his children. He was united in marriage to Catherine Dolph of Martinsville, Ohio, June 18, 1924. To this union there were born two daughters, Reba Jean, age three years of and Virginia Eileen, age 20 months. Those who survives him are his wife, two children, father, mother, two brothers, Lloyd and Hasea, both of Martinsville, Ohio, and one sister, Mrs. William Lee, at home and a brother, Clifford, who preceded him in death, beside the host of relatives and friends by whom he will be sadly missed.  [Scioto Gazette, Chillicothe, Ohio Feb. 11, 1929. Submitted by Carla Mascara]

THOMAS WHITE
At Chillicothe, O., Thomas White, after a brief quarrel with Miss Edith McKelvey, his sweetheart, shot her fatally and then killed himself. [The Guthrie Daily Leader; Guthrie, Oklahoma; June 14, 1896 - DD; Sub by FoFG]

CALVIN E. WINKS
Calvin E. Winks, of Chillicothe, passed away Thursday, September 7, 2006. He was born July 17, 1924, in Chillicothe to Hugh and Amy Shasteen Winks. He was preceded in death by his wife of 55 years Juanita (Murray) Winks. He is survived by his son Randy Winks and daughter-in-law Veronica, of Chillicothe; granddaughters Valerie (Jesse) Warnock of Columbus, and Tiffany Winks of Myrtle Beach, SC. Also surviving are sisters, Mrs. Jack (Leona) Flack and Mrs. Russell (Emma) Suttles, and brother-in-law Gerald (Darlene) Murray, sister-in-laws Mrs. Ralph (Genevieve) Clark and Mrs. Russell (Norma) Winks; many nieces and nephews; great-nieces and nephews; many friends and He was predeceased by his parents, a sister Helen Frey, and brothers, Walter, William, and Russell Winks, and sister-in-laws Elwanda Doyle, Margie Kinney, and Pauline Winks and brother-in-laws, Michael Frey, Jack Flack, and Russell Suttles. Mr. Winks retired from Wear-Ever in 2982, after 34 years of service. He was a WWII Army veteran, owner and operator of Valley House Restaurant from 1978 to 1987, and held an Ohio Auctioneers License for over 40 years. Funeral Services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday September 12, 2006 in the Haller Funeral Home, Rev. Jack Norman and Pastor Mel Smith officiating. Graveside services will follow in Londonderry Cemetery. Friends may call from 5-8 p.m. Monday at Haller Funeral Home.   [Chillicothe Gazette. September 2006. Submitted by Carla Mascara]

MARGARET WOLF
DIED--On Friday the 26th ult. Mrs. Margaret Wolf, consort of Mr. J. Wolf of this place, in the 26th year of her age, leaving husband and three children. (Jan 24, 1824, The Supporter; CA, Sub by FoFG]

THOMAS WORTHINGTON
Deaths in New York on the 20th ult.: General Thomas Worthington, of Ross County, Ohio, and late governor of the state of Ohio. His remains have been brought to Chillicothe, and interred with military and civil honors.   [Maysville Eagle, July 18, 1827. Submitted by: FOFG.]





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