|1. Irene Scott||See ? Hetland & Irene Scott|
|2. Cleta Elizabeth Scott||See ? Casey & Cleta Elizabeth Scott|
|3. Wilma Scott||See ? Endicott & Wilma Scott|
|4. Walter O. Scott|
Notes for William A. Scott:
SCOTT, Will A.
W. A. Scott Dies Suddenly
The community was shocked Wednesday morning to hear
of the sudden death of Will A. Scott, who lived five miles
south of Westmoreland. He had been in apparent good
health, and retired Tuesday night feeling well as usual.
His wife awakened about six o’clock to find his lifeless body
in the bed beside her. The physician who was called
immediately pronounced the death as having apparently
occurred in sleep, and about four hours previously.
He was on the eve of his seventy-third birthday, having been
born March 11, 1875, near New Lennox, Illinois. His parents
brought him to Kansas when he was five years old, and he had
been in this community all his life. August 17, 1898 he was
married to Miss Elizabeth O’Daniel, and they have lived at their
present home for forty-three years.
Besides his widow, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs.
Irene Hetland, Oakland, California; Mrs. Cleta Elizabeth Casey,
Manhattan; Mrs. Wilma Endicott, of near Kingman, Kansas;
there is one son, Walter O. Scott, of Urbana, Illinois. There are
four grandsons and four granddaughters, also.
The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at
the Methodist church in Westmoreland. Werning Funeral
Services Friday Funeral services for Andrew A. Werning, 82,
who died here Wednesday morning, will be at 2 o’clock Friday
afternoon at the Ryan chapel.
Source: Collected by my gggrandmother, Johanna Tieking and her daughter.
Submitted by: Bev Bird
Notes for Elizabeth O'Daniel: