Tuesday, June 10, 2008


Warrick, William W.
The East Liverpool Tribune
William W. Warrick, aged 78 years, one of the best known citizens of Washington, Pa., died yesterday (May 28, 1906) of a stroke of paralysis. He had been engaged in the grocery and the milling business for a number of years with a brother, G. M. Warrick. He leaves two sons, Thatcher, at New York, and W. Wiley, of Pittsburg, and a daughter, Mrs. Ely, also of Pittsburg. A number of distant relatives also survive in this city.

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