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WALDECK, William (Billie)
WILLIAM (BILLIE) WALDECK Nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Waldeck, 1237 Jefferson avenue, died at 6 o'clock last night in a local hospital.  In addition to the parents, he is survived by a brother, Bobbie, and a sister, Jeane, both at home.  The child was in the fourth grade at Monroe school and was identified with the activities of the Sunday school class which he attended regularly at the Second Presbyterian church. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday Morning, June 23, 1931

Mrs. Walker, wife of Tom Walker, died at her home in this city last night after an illness of several weeks. The remains were taken on No. 6 to the former home of the deceased at Milton for interment. Mrs. Walker was a sister of Conductor Will Jorden of this city. A number of friends and relatives from this city accompanied the remains to their last resting place at Milton. -The Huntington Herald, Tuesday, April 12, 1904

WALKER, Mrs. Anna Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Walker, 80 years old, mother of Edward Walker, 321 Thirty-fifth street, who died at the home of her son Wednesday morning of heart disease, will be conducted at Harrison, Ohio where the body was accompanied by relatives.
Mrs. Walker is survived by her son Edward Walker of Huntington. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday Morning, February 20, 1925

WALKER, George
George Walker, negro, a cook at the Virginia Dairy lunch, was found dead in the rear of his home at 1054 Sixth avenue, rear, early Thursday, by the police. He was about thirty-five years old. -The Huntington Advertiser, Thursday evening, May 11, 1922

WALKER, MRS. Lucy Evelyn Seventy-seven years old, who died Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. O. W. Harbour of Milton Route 1, will be buried in the Fairview Cemetery at Leroy, W. Va., following funeral services today at 10 A.M. at the Heck and Danford Funeral Home in Milton with the Rev. John Cremeans officiating. -The Herald-Dispatch, Tuesday, March 20, 1945

WALLACE, Carl R. Twenty-seven years old, 426 Twenty-seventh Street, who died in a Huntington hospital yesterday will be buried in the Culloden Cemetery following funeral services tomorrow at 2 P. M. at the First Avenue Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. N. L. Casey, pastor, and the Rev. Bert C. Caldwell of the Westmoreland Baptist Church. The body will be taken to the residence at 3 P. M. today from the Willis Funeral Home. Mr. Wallace's death followed a long illness. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Anna Wallace, the father, D. L. Wallace of Huntington; a brother, Paul Wallace with the Army in Austria; a half-brother, Buddy Wallace of Huntington; four sisters, Mrs. John Hensley, Mrs. Clara Aliff, Mrs. Gladys Ansell and Mrs. Frances Ferris of Huntington, and a half-sister, Miss Delores Wallace of Huntington. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, abt. April 20, 1946

WALLACE, Mrs. Hannah Margaret Died early Thursday morning at her home, 407 Adams avenue. Funeral services will be conducted from the residence this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Dr. M. L. Wood, pastor of the Fifth Avenue Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodmere cemetery. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Saturday Morning, April 26, 1930

WALLACE, Methena Mrs. Methena Wallace died April 15, 1900, at the home of Jesse Carpenter, near Bedford Chapel, and was buried the following day at the Neal cemetery, aged 85 years. She leaves a large family to mourn her loss. -Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, April 19, 1900

WALLER, Rev. James B.
   Rev. James B. Waller, retired Presbyterian minister, died at his home on Auburn road, Westmoreland, this county, on last Friday.
   The deceased was 67 years of age and had been a minister nearly 25 years.  He was a former pastor of the Kenova Presbyterian church. The deceased was born in Maysville, Kentucky. Before entering the ministry, Rev. Waller was superintendent of motive power of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad and was later secretary to the president of the company. While with this company he lived at Norfolk, Virginia.
   Funeral services were held by Dr. J. Layton Mauze, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Huntington and interment was made in Spring Hill cemetery. -Wayne County News, Thursday, October 15, 1925

WARD, John Fourteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ward, 406 Homestead place, who died at his home yesterday morning, will be buried from the Highlawn Baptist church tomorrow afternoon with Rev. T. H. Athey officiating. Burial will be at Ridgelawn cemetery. Besides the parents he is survived by two sisters, Jenedese and Marcella Ward and a brother, Carlton. -The Herald-Dispatch, Wednesday Morning, February 8, 1928

WARD, William M. Eighty years old, of 1115 Jefferson Ave., died Saturday evening. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Raymond McCoy, with whom he resided; two sons, Ralph S. Ward of Norwich, Conn., and Melvin R. Ward of Long Beach, Calif.; a brother, Bert Ward of Wayne; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mr. Ward was born in Wayne County, a son of the late James and Kathryn Brumfield. He had lived in Huntington the past 55 years. The body is at Reger Funeral Home. -The Herald-Advertiser, Sunday Morning, May 5, 1963

WAUGH, Charles Barboursville: Charles Waugh, of Merritt's creek, whose serious illness was reported in last week's RECORD, died suddenly last Friday night, at eight o'clock, while sitting about the fire, from an affection of the heart. He was an ex-Union soldier, a member of Abe Woodyard Post, G.A.R., and a good citizen. He left a family of grown children. Deceased was over 70 years of age, and enlisted in the Union army while residing at the Falls of Guyan. -Cabell Record, Milton, W.Va., Thursday, March 22, 1900, pg.1

WAUGH, Ralph W.
   Funeral services for Ralph W. Waugh, 73, of 1142 Tenth avenue, who died Thursday, will be conducted at 3:30 P. M. today at the Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary with Dr. Arthur E. Beckett officiating.  Burial will be in Woodmere cemetery.  Graveside rites will be conducted by the Guyandotte Masonic Lodge 11. -The Herald-Advertiser, Sunday, October 14, 1956, pg. 49

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