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WRIGHT, Edward E. E. E. WRIGHT IS CALLED BY DEATH - Prominent man died Saturday Morning - The funeral of Edward E. Wright, who died yesterday morning at four o'clock will take place Monday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock at his home on Guyan street.  He will be buried in Highland cemetery.
Mr. Wright was born in Guyandotte May 8th, 1864, and spent his entire life there.  He was well known throughout the Tri-State region.
He is survived by his wife, who was before her marriage, Miss Ethel Meade, and two children, Sallie and Lawrence Wright.  He also leaves his mother, Mrs. Sallie Wright, and one sister, Mrs. Hortense Sanborn. -The Herald-Dispatch, Sunday Morning, January 17, 1915

WRIGHT, Emily S.
Mrs. Emily S. Wright, 70 years old, of 1838 Fifth avenue, died Monday night, after an illness of a year.  For thirty years Mrs. Wright resided in Huntington.  She was a staunch member of the First United Brethern church, and well known throughout the city.  Four children, William McCallister, Ira Gerrin, Mrs. Anna Long and Mrs. Laura Lindemood, all of Huntington survive. -The Huntington Advertiser, Tuesday Evening, January 30, 1917, pg.10

WRIGHT, Maud Lee
Maud Lee, the eleven-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright passed away last night at 11 o'clock, as a result of stomach trouble.  The funeral took place this afternoon at 4 o'clock from their residence on Seventh avenue and Eighth street. -Huntington Advertiser, Wednesday Evening, July 5, 1899

WRIGHT, William
Sarah P. O.
Wm. Wright, an aged man, who formerly lived on Mud river, died at the house of John Doss, on the Davis creek hill, last Friday.  He was well known in Grant District, it is said.  He was found unconscious on the road on Tuesday, and laid in that state until death ended his suffering.  The remains were buried on Saturday. Rev. Martin Blankenship did all he could for the man, and remained at his bedside for days. -Cabell Record, Milton, W.VA., Thursday, October 25, 1900, pg.7

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