Piqua Daily Call

Monday, September 17, 1906  

William Graham.  

William C. Graham died this morning at 11:30 at his home on Staunton Street. Mr. Graham was taken sick two weeks ago today.  On the Sunday before he visited the Soldiers’ Home in Dayton.  Returning home he went to his work as usual the next morning at the Orr Felt & Blanket Co., but was taken sick and was compelled to go home. Mr. Graham was for many years a resident of Piqua.  For twenty-six years he was in the employ of the Cron-Kills Co.  His age was 60 years.  He leaves a widow and three children, two daughters and a son.  The children are Mrs. Earl Bell, Miss Maud Graham and Ira Graham. No announcement of the hour of the funeral has been made.

Piqua Daily Call

Tuesday, September 18, 1906  


The funeral of William C. Graham will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o’clock at his late home on Staunton street.  Interment in Johnston cemetery. 

The funeral of the late Frederick Reymiller will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the home on East Main street.  The Odd Fellows will attend in a body.  Interment in Forest Hill cemetery. 

Added the second obit due to the title of the article.  No relation to Graham or Cron)

Provided by Roger A. Hopkins

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