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.