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WILFONG, L. Boyd Mr. L. Boyd Wilfong, 82, of 600 Riverside Drive, Chesapeake, Ohio, died Sunday, July 3, 1983, in St. Mary’s Hospital, Huntington. Funeral Services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Schneider Funeral Home, Chesapeake, by Minister Paul Drake. Burial will be in Woodmere Memorial Park. He was born Oct. 17, 1900 in Elkins, W. Va. a son of the late Eli and Anna Wilfong. He was a retired ticked agent with C & O Railway with 46 years service, and was also a member of Cando Railroad Retirement Organization. He is survived by his wife, Emma Bennett Wilfong; one stepdaughter Helen K. Igou of Huntington; two step-sons, John T. Fricke of Belle, W. Va., and Charles W. "Sandy" Fricke of Huntington; and seven step-grandchildren, Charles L. Fricke and John David Fricke, both of Elkview, W.Va., Matthew D. Igou, C. Jonathan Igou and Sarah K . Igou, all of Huntington, Wayne E. Fricke and Troy B. Fricke, both of Huntington. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Schneider Funeral Home. -The Herald-Dispatch, Monday, July 4, 1983

WILSON, Alma
DEATH ON PEA RIDGE

MISS ALMA WILSON SUCCUMBS TO THAT DREAD DISEASE CONSUMPTION
On yesterday, William Wilson, a clerk at Broh Bros, went up to Pea Ridge to attend the funeral of his cousin, Miss Alma Wilson.
She was twenty years of age and had been dangerously ill for months with consumption. She was the daughter of James Wilson and a niece of Mrs. Hysell, of Guyandotte, who just recently also died of consumption. The remains were intered at the old burying ground hear their home. -The Huntington Advertiser, June 28, 1901

WINE, Annie E.
Deaths.
Annie E., the 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Wine, died Feb. 6, 1901, after a month's illness, of lung trouble.  The parents have the heartfelt sympathy of the community in their dad bereavement.  Interment to-day in Milton cemetery. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, February 7, 1901

WINTZ, Louis M. Louis M. Wintz, 86, years old, died yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock at his home on Little Seven Mile. Bright's disease caused death. Funeral services for Mr. Wintz will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock. He will be buried at the Kyle cemetery. Mr. Wintz is survived by the widow and several children. -The Herald-Dispatch, Sunday Morning, February 20, 1927

WINTZ, Louis M. Funeral services for Louis M. Wintz, 86 years old, who died at his home on Little Seven Mile Saturday afternoon following a long illness of Bright's disease, will be conducted from the home this morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Kyle cemetery.
Mr. Wintz is survived by the wife, who lives on the Wintz farm near Little Seven Mile, and several children. -The Herald-Dispatch, Monday Morning, February 21, 1927

WINTZ, Morris
Barboursville
Morris Wintz, a well known citizen of Dusenberry's Dam, died at the home of George Rogers, near that place, last Thursday. Deceased was known far and wide in this section of the State, and at one time was in fair circumstances. He has quite a number of relatives in Cabell county. The remains were interred Friday. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, February 23, 1899, pg.1

WINTZ, Mrs. Viola Jane Sixty-four years old, of Huntington Route 2, died yesterday at 5:15 P.M. at her home. Surviving are the husband, Frank Wintz; three daughters, Miss Myrtie Wintz at home and Mrs. Pearl Childers and Mrs. Mae Bolick of Huntington; a son Irvin Wintz of Lesage; five brothers, George Burcham of Russell, Ky, Mendt Burcham of Ironton, Charles Burcham of Columbus, Noah Burcham of Wellston, O., and Virgil Burcham of Huntington, and 14 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery following funeral services Thursday at 2:30 P.M. at the Olive Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. Wendell Wickline and the Rev. E. E. Cremeans. The body will be taken to the residence from the Wallace Funeral Home in Barboursville tomorrow afternoon. -Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday, July 30, 1946


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