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WRIGHT, Earl C. ...
Published in the News Herald
July 30, 1971
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Earl C. Wright" - "Earl Clyde Wright, 65, Titusville RD 2, died at the Titusville Hospital at 5:05 p.m. Thursday.
Born Nov. 7, 1905, he was the son of Erastus and Stella Robbins Wright.
He had been employed since 1950 by Penn Central Railroad. Prior to this he had worked to Penn Drake Refinery in Titusville. In addition, he had spent some years working in the oil fields of the Titusville area.
He attended the Enterprise Methodist Church.
He is survived by his wife, the former Della Watson of Titusville RD 2, the following children, Mrs. Arthur (Maxine) Tubbs, Titusville, Mrs. George (Shirley) McGarvie, Centerville, Delores Wright, Polk, Richard Wright, Centerville and Larry Wright of Grand Valley. Fifteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild also survive in addition to a brother, Floyd Wright, Grand Valley; six sisters, Mrs. Harry (Mae) Luke, Grand Valley, Mrs. E. D. (Ada) Gifford, Mrs. Leon (Lucy) Fish and Mrs. Dewey (Sylvia) Watson, all of Pleasantville; Mrs. Arthur (Minnie) Ames, Rouseville and Mrs. Ernest (Pearl) Hunter, Pleasantville. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive.
Five brothers and one sister died previously.
The funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Monday in Titusville."
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WRIGHT, Earl W., Mrs. ...
(NH - Dec. 28, 1983)
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WRIGHT, Edgar M. ...
Published in the News Herald
Dec. 12, 1970...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Edger M. Wright" - "Edger M. Wright, 71, of 18 Washington St., Oak Hill, died suddenly at 7:10 (?) p.m. Friday while attending church services at the Atlantic Avenue United Brethren Church.
He was born on Dec. 5, 1899 in the same house where he was residing at the time of his death. He was a son of George W. and Jane Edger Wright. [see note below for correct info]
He worked for the Valveless Engine Co., as long as his health permitted. He attended the Atlantic Avenue United Brethren Church and had a 10-year perfect attendance record with the Torchbearers Class of the church.
He made his home with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William D. (Elizabeth) Rice Sr., and another sister, Mrs. Elmer (Nellie) Rhoads, Cooperstown, also survives, along with several nieces and nephews. He never married.
He was preceded in death by a brother, William G. Wright, and two sisters, Mrs. Isabell W. Dean and Mrs. Cara Mae Riddle.
The body is at the Laverne L. Burger Home where friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Funeral services will be held from the church at 1 p.m. Monday in charge of the Rev. Nelson Vance, pastor. He will be assisted by the Rev. Arthur L. Baker, retired minister. Interment will be in the Franklin Cemetery."
[Note: Jane Edger Wright is misinformation - mother's name was Jane Wickens Wright]
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WRIGHT, Edward...
Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Dec. 23, 1942 - p. 8, c. 2...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Boy, 11, Relates Fatal Shooting Of Stepbrother - "Thomas Blakeslee Says Members of Family Mean to Him; Charged With Murder." - "Thomas Blakeslee, aged 11, who shot and killed a stepbrother, Edward Wright, aged 17, at their Bloomfield Township, Crawford County home in a fit of anger about 9 o'clock Monday night, is in custoday in a private home. The identity of the place was not disclosed last night, but it is known to be near Townville.
The boy, who has been charged with murder, will probably not be detained ther long, but will be placed in an institution, under the order of the court, until such time as his case is finally disposed of. Because of his tender age, the lad will undoubtedly be sentenced to a juvenile institution until such time as it is deemed advisable to release him.
Until he was arraigned before Alderman Keilbaugh in the county jail yesterday, the prisoner did not know his stepbrother was dead. The two motor policemen who took the lad to jail at 4 a.m. had not told him, but, of course, he learned it when he was arraigned. Under the juvenile court law, he was not required to enter a plea, and the proceeding had the effect of giving Judge Kent jurisdiction of the case.
Before the boy was place in custody of Miss Helen C. Easterwood, juvenile court officer, to be placed in a private home for a few days, he was questioned concerning the shooting by District Attorney Herbert A. Mook in the presence of County Detective J. Floyd Van Winkle, Miss Easterwood and Sergeant Lawton of the Motor Police, who had assumed charge of the case. The Blakeslee boy made a clean breast of the case, according to District Attorney Mook, and answered frankly all of the questions asked him.
Says Family Mean to Him.
The lad, who was a child by the father's first marriage, admitted he did not get along with the Wright children, who were those of his stepmother. She was in the Stem Hospital at Union City with a new baby and was to return home Monday night or Tuesday. The Wright children, Tom said, had been telling him he would "catch it" when their mother got home from the hospital, and he fully expected he would. He said repeatedly the Wright children were mean to him.
He worried a great deal about the thing, he said, and had thought of killing himself. He got his father's single-barrelled 12-gauge shotgun and loaded it and went to the woodshed with the intention of shooting himself.
When he got there, however, he changed his mind and decided that instead of killing himself he "would shoot Ed" meaning his stepbrother, Edward Wright. He did not use the word "kill" in connection with his stepbrother."
"Shoots Kin in Back."
"He called for Ed to "come on out," and when he got no response he called a second time. Again receiving no response, he went to the kitchen door and opened it.
Standing at the stove was Wright, cooking his supper. Tom pulled the trigger and Ed fell to the floor, shot in the back.
The boy told his story tearfully, and did not seem to hold back anything. He did not appear to suffer any remorse, but said several time he "never wanted to go back to that home."
After he had told his story to the officers, he was placed in the custody of Miss Easterwood and taken to the private home near Townville.
"Come on out or I'll bring you out," Tom said to him, and, acting upon blind impulse, raised the shotgun and pulled the trigger before Edward turned around, according to the boy's story to the coroner. Although the lad was shaking nervously and the barrel was not steady, the charge blasted across the intervening 12 or 15 feet and into Edward's lower right lung, tering through it from the rear. Edward collapsed immediately.
Raymond Van Epps, Corry shopworker and former helper on the farm, who boards with the Blakeslees, was sitting in the living room at the front of the house with three children when the shot was fired. He rushed into the kitchen and bent over the prostrate victim.
"Tom shot me," Edward told him. Then he lapsed into unconsciousness, from which he never recovered.
Van Epps called a neighbor across the road and together they wrapped a blanket around the boy and took him by car to Stem Memorial Hospital at Union City. Edward died at 9:35 o'clock, five minutes after his arrival."
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WRIGHT, Elaine Joyce... Bruce LaVerne, Thomas, Richard Reginald & Gertrude... mother and children died in fire...
(NH - Nov. 6, 1942 - p. 1, c. 2)
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WRIGHT, Eliza Kingsley...
(VCP - Mar. 4, 1942 - p. 5, c. 6)
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WRIGHT, Elizabeth...
(OCD - June 30, 1917 - p. 9, c. 4)
(OCD - July 2, 1917 - p. 9, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Ella Moreland...
(NH - Aug. 27, 1946 - p. 11, c. 2)
(VCP - Aug. 28, 1946 - p. 3, c. 1)
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WRIGHT, Ellen...
Published in The Evening News
Mar. 8, 1893 - p. 1, c.1
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Mrs. Ellen Wright, mother of Harry Wright, of the Third Ward, died at noon today at the home of her son. She was born in 1818 and was therefore in her 75th year. She leaves two sons and one daughter, the latter being a resident of England. The funeral will be announced later."
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WRIGHT, Ellen Geraldine...
(VDH - Jan. 2, 1912 - p. 6, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, Ellen Todd...
Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Thurs. 27 June 1907 - p. 3, c. 4...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Mrs. Ellen Todd Wright." - "Mrs Ellen Todd Wright died at her home on Oak Hill, on Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Wright had been suffering from cancer for the last three years and was confined to her bed for several weeks.
The deceased was born at Houton Le Side, Durham county, England, on June 19th, 1841. In 1863 she married Henry Wright, who survives her. The couple came to this country in 1872, and have lived in the vicinity of Franklin ever since.
She also is survived by six sons and two daughters, as follows: John, Richard, and George, of Franklin; William, and Henry, of Bradford; Joseph W. of Bucyrus, OH; Mrs. H. W. Parker,
and Mrs. J. C. Beggs, of Rocky Grove.
Mrs. Wright was a loving wife and mother and highly respected by all who knew her."

More in... (VDH - June 24, 1907 - p. 8, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Elmer S. ...
(NH - Feb. 24, 1937 - p. 11, c. 5)
(NH - Feb. 26, 1937 - p. 14, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, Emerson E. "Dick"...
(NH - Jan. 29, 1971)
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WRIGHT, Erma, Mrs. ...
(NH - Mon., Apr. 27, 1987)
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WRIGHT, Esther, Mrs. ...
(WP - July 1912)
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WRIGHT, Evelyn...
(NH - Aug. 16, 1932 - p. 10, c. 5)
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WRIGHT, Fanny Bills, Mrs. ...
(NH - Oct. 19, 1936 - p. 11, c. 6)
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WRIGHT, Flora, Mrs. ...
(NH - Apr. 22, 1981)
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WRIGHT, Floyd D. ...
(NH - Feb. 24, 1977)
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WRIGHT, Frank K. ...
(NH - May 23, 1985)
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WRIGHT, Frederick H. ...
Published in the News Herald
Mon. Sept. 22, 1980
found in the Heritage Room, Oil City Library, Venango Co., PA... also on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Fred H. Wright, 82, of 9371 Nantucket Drive, Huntington Beach, Calif., formerly of Franklin, died late Friday night at his home.
He was born in Franklin Oct. 31, 1897, a son of John S. (?) and Fannie Bell Wright.
He attended School here and in 1940 moved to Erie to make his home.
He was employed as a craneman for Erie Forge and Steel Co. for many years, retiring from there in 1960. He continued to live there until after the death of his wife in 1971 when he moved to California to make his home with his daughter. He was a member of St. Simon and Jude Church in Huntington Beach.
Mr. Wright and the former Eva M. Maher were married in 1918 and she died Aug. 13, 1971.
Surviving are two sons, Frederick P. Wright of Park Forest, Illinois, and Donald F. Wright of Huntington Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Frederick (Ruth) Herzer of Huntington Beach; a brother,
Arnold Wright of Florida, and two sisters, Mrs. Eugene (Ida) Brinker of Oak Hill and Mrs. Arthur (Ellen) Maher of Florida; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
The body will be brought to the Huff Chapel and friends may call there starting Wednesday afternoon. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. The rosary will be recited there at 8:30 p.m. Wedesday.
The funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Patrick's Church with the Rev. John R. Snyder, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery."

More in (OCD - Mon. Sept. 22, 1980)
and (OCD - Tues. Sept. 23, 1980)
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WRIGHT, Fred, Mrs. ...
(OCD - Sat. Aug. 14, 1971)
(NH - Sept. 22, 1980 - p.21)
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WRIGHT, G. F., Mrs. ...
(OCSWD - Oct. 16, 1900 - p. 8, c. 1)
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WRIGHT, Galen B. ...
(VCP - Apr. 8, 1936 - p. 7, c. 5)
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WRIGHT, George...
(FEN - Mar. 18, 1899 - p. 4, c. 5)
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WRIGHT, George...
(VS - Aug. 10, 1882)
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WRIGHT, George G. ...
(NH - Apr. 23, 1928 - p. 15, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, George, Sr. ...
Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Jan. 15, 1930...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"George Wright, Sr." - "On the 49th anniversary of his marriage, George Wright, Sr., died suddenly Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock of an attack of heart disease while at work at the Franklin Valveless Engine Co. plant. Mr. Wright's health has been failing for some time, yet his sudden death came as a great shock to his family and friends. Before he left for work that morning he had remarked to his family that he was feeling fine. In the lunch hour at the plant he was found lying in an unconscious condition. His son, W. G. Wright, was with him when the end came.
Mr. Wright was born in Stockton, England, on May 23, 1856, the youngest of a family of 14 children. On January 10, 1880, he was married to Jane Wickens, in the Dalton Episcopal church, England. He with his wife came to this country in May, 1882. For 13 years they lived in Iowa, and then they came to Franklin 35 years ago. Since that time they have continuously been residents of this city.
Surviving Mr. Wright are his wife and the following children: William G. Wright and Mrs. W. D. Rice, of this city; Mrs. George Riddel, of New Brighton; Nellie, Edgar and Evangeline, at home. Also seven grandchildren and his brother, Harry Wright, the last surviving member of 14 children.
Mr. Wright had been employed at the Franklin Valveless Engine Co. plant as a pattern maker for 14(?) years, and was considered a valuable employee. He was regarded as a genius in his line of work, and was known for his sterling qualities as a neighbor, a kind husband and a loving father.
The funeral services were held in the Oak Hill Evangelical church, of which the deceased had been a member for many years, at 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon, with Rev. Gahagan(?), of Barkeyville, the pastor of the church mentioned, and Rev. S. V. Catmany(?), pastor of the Evangelical church in Oil City in charge."
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WRIGHT, George W. ...
(NH - Dec. 26, 1980 - p. 11)
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WRIGHT, Gertrude... see WRIGHT, Elaine Joyce...
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WRIGHT, Gladys...
(VDH - Sept. 6, 1910 - p. 5, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, Gladys & Bernice...
Published in the Franklin Evening News
Sept. 7, 1912 - p. 1, c. 7...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Tonsilitis Fatal To Two Jackson Township Children... Girl Aged 8 Dies Thursday Night And Her Sister Succombs Friday Night... Children Contracted The Disease At The Home Of A Neighbor - Boy Also A Sufferer, But He Is About Recovered From It's Effects" - "The deaths of Gladys and Bernice Wright, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wright, of Jackson township, occurring within twenty hours of each other, has given rise to considerable comment in that district, between Utica and Cooperstown, where the Wrights live. The cause of the double bereavement was tonsilitis.
Gladys, 8 years old, and Bernice, a year her senior, are said to have contracted tonsilitis about a week ago, when they were visiting at the home of the Whitmans, in Jackson township. One of the Whitman children was suffering from an attack at the time. The parents of the two girls did not think the case as serious as it proved to be, and no anxiety was feared until Thursday night. Gladys then took to vomiting and died at midnight, and her sister, Bernice passed away at 8 o'clock last evening, after a severe spasm.
A Franklin doctor, who was called to attend the girls Thursday evening, says that there was absolutely no signs of diptheria, the throats of both gilrs being clear at that time. He says he is at a loss to account for their deaths from tonsilitis, and believes that it was the vomiting and the strain on the nerves incident in it that caused the death of the two girls.
The people in the case regard the case as an unusual one, because they say, no two deaths ever occurred in that vicinity in so short a time from a case of tonsilitis. One of the Wright boys is said to be suffering from an attack, also, but he is up and around the house and is able to attend to his duties.
The double funeral took place at (?) o'clock this morning."
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WRIGHT, H. E. ...
(VCP - Jan. 14, 1931 - p. 7)
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WRIGHT, H. E., Mrs. ... nee Ambretta Kilgore...
(FEN - June 3, 1913 - p. 5, c. 1)
(VCP - June 4, 1913 - p. 5, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, Harry... d. Feb. 1, 1883 in Oil City...
(OCSP)
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WRIGHT, Harry...
(OCD - Nov. 5, 1918 - p. 2, c. 2)
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WRIGHT, Henry...
Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Wed. Mar. 17, 1937 - p. 2, c. 4...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Henry Wright, First Resident Of Oak Hill District, Dies At 95 - One of the Oldest Men of This Section Succumbs Following a Stroke Suffered Tuesday..." - "Henry Wright, 93, one of the oldest residents of the district and the first resident of Oak Hill, died at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at his home, 12 Washington Street. He suffered a stroke at noon Tuesday, shortly after he returned from the business district in Franklin. Mr. Wright had resided in the house where he died for 54 years. It was the first dwelling built on Oak Hill.
Despite his age, Mr. Wright was very active. He apparently was in good health shortly before he was stricken Tuesday. He possessed unusual vitality and after suffering from a serious illness two years ago, he recovered and resumed his periodic trips to the business district.
Mr. Wright was born in England May 3, 1843, and came to the United States in 1870. He resided in Petroleum Center shortly after coming to the United States and later moved to Franklin, remaining here the rest of his life. He was a boilermaker by trade in the early days of boiler manufacturing in this district, retiring 38 years ago.
His wife, Ellen Todd Wright, died 30 years ago.
He is survived by the following sons and daughters: William Wright, Tulsa, Okla; John Wright, Franklin; Mrs. C. F. Robinson, Franklin; Harry Wright, Oklahoma City; Mrs. Belle Parker, Franklin; Mrs. J. C. Beggs, Oak Hill, Franklin; George Wright, Franklin; and Richard Wright, Bradford.
Mr. Wright was the father of 13 children and the last surviving member of a family of 13 children.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock, Saturday afternoon at his late home with Rev. S. S. Clark, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Franklin Cemetery.

Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Wed. Mar. 17, 1937 - p. 5, c. 4...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Henry Wright." - "Funeral services for Henry Wright, 93, first resident of Oak Hill, were held at the family home, Washington Street, Oak Hill, Saturday afternoon with Rev. S. S. Clark, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating.
The Wright residence was filled by many friends and relatives of the deceased who attended the services, and there were many beautiful flowers.
Interment was in the Franklin Cemetery.
The pall bearers, all grandchildren of the deceased, were Dohrman, Arnold and Richard Wright,
Louis and Wayne Beggs, and Harold Parker."
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WRIGHT, Herman Earl...
(NH - Apr. 27, 1923 - p. 15, c. 2)
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WRIGHT, Howard G. ...
(NH - Mar. 25, 1974)
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WRIGHT, Howard R. ...
(NH - June 14, 1982)
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WRIGHT, Ida, Mrs. ...
(NH - Aug. 26, 1987)
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WRIGHT, Isabella...
(PRN - Mar. 24, 1911)
(VCP - Mar. 29, 1911)
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WRIGHT, J. H. ...
(NH - Jan. 4, 1926 - p. 15, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, James A., Sr. ...
(NH - Mar. 4, 1986)
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WRIGHT, Jane Wickens...
Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Sept. 8, 1943 - p. 8, c. 1...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Mrs. Jane Wickens Wright." - "Mrs. Jane Wickens Wright, 84, widow of George Wright Sr., died Tuesday morning at her home, 18 Washington Street, after an extended illness.
Mrs. Wright was born on July 8, 1859, in South Hetton, County Durham, England. She was one of six children, all of whom preceded her in death.
On Jan. 10, 1880, she was married to George Wright in the Dalton(?) Episcopal Church in England and they came to this country in May 1882. For 13 years, Mr. and Mrs. Wright lived in Iowa. They moved to this district 48 years ago and she has since resided at Oak Hill.
Mrs. Wright was familiarly known as "Aunt Jane" by her many friends. She was a woman of sterling Christian character, generous and kind.
The deceased was a charter member of the Oak Hill Evangelical Church, a member of the Womens's Bible Class, and the Ladies Aid.
Surviving Mrs. Wright are the following: Four daughters, Mrs. William D. Rice, of Franklin; Mrs. Elmer W. Rhoads, of Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. George Riddle, of New Brighton; Mrs. Wayne Welton, of Pittsburgh Road; two sons, William G. Wright, of Franklin; and Edgar M. Wright, at home; 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Another daughter, Mrs. Earl Deemer, died 27 years ago."

More in...(NH - Sept 7, 1943 - p. 5, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, Janet C. ...
(NH - Oct. 2, 1968 - p. 28)
(NH - Oct. 5, 1968 - p. 14)
(NH - Oct 7, 1968 - p. 20)
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WRIGHT, Jennie E. ... nee Jewell... age 63...
(NH - Oct. 15, 1976)
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WRIGHT, Jerusha... age 84...
(OCD - Oct. 16, 1899 - p. 2, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, Jessie Wertman...
(VCP - July 3, 1946, p. 7, c. 2)
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WRIGHT, John...
(CP - Nov. 17, 1904 - p. 3, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, John... age 80 +
(DD - Feb. 3, 1879 - p. 2, c. 1)
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WRIGHT, John...
(VCP - July 3, 1935 - p. 2, c. 7 & p. 8)
(VCP - July 10, 1935 - p. 7, c. 5)
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WRIGHT, John B. ... suicide...
(VS - Jan. 12, 1872)
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WRIGHT, John C. ...
(NH - May 5, 1921 - p. 10, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, John G., Mrs. ...
Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Wed. Apr. 6, 1938 - p. 5, c. 5...
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Mrs. John G. Wright." - "Mrs. Fannie Victoria Bell Wright, 61, wife of John G. Wright, died at her home, 36 Lincoln Street, Oak Hill, at 8:56 o'clock Thursday night after an illness of six months.
Mrs. Wright was born in Reno, Oct. 22, 1876, a daughter of the late Fred and Jane McGinnis Bell. Besides her husband, she is survived by the following children: Fred, Arnold, and Dohrman Wright, and Mrs. Eugene Brinker, all of Franklin; Mrs. Arthur Maher, of Miami, Fla.,
and Harold Wright, of Verona. Thirteen grandchildren and one half-sister, Mrs. Ada LaBriere, of Clinton, O., also survive.
Mrs. Wright was held in high respect by a host of friends."

Published in the Venango Citizen Press
Wed. Apr. 13, 1938 - p. 5, c. 5
found on microfilm in the Pennsylvania Room, Franklin Public Library, Venango Co., PA.

"Mrs. John Wright." - "Funeral services for Mrs. John Wright were conducted Monday afternoon at the home on Oak Hill by Rev. S. S. Clark, pastor of the First Baptist Church.
Interment was in the Franklin Cemetery, and the pall bearers were James Rodgers, Jr., Roy McGarrah, Vern Schreckengost, E. M. Voorhies, Carson Crisman and Eldridge Evans."
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WRIGHT, John S. ...
(VCP - Sept. 22, 1937 - p. 3, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Joseph E. ... age 70...
(NH - May 14, 1928 - p. 15, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Joseph George...
(NH - Jan. 3, 1941 - p. 12, c. 2)
(VCP - Jan. 8, 1941 - p. 5, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Katherine, Mrs. ...
(NH - Dec. 18, 1969 - p. 27)
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WRIGHT, Kevin S. ...
(NH - June 26, 1976)
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WRIGHT, Lee...
(VCP - Apr. 22, 1936 - p. 6, c. 3)
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WRIGHT, Lee H. ... age 90...
(NH - Feb. 21, 1980)
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WRIGHT, Lee H., Mrs. ...
(VCP - Mar. 16, 1927 - p. 6, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Lelia...
(FDL - Sept. 25, 1901 - unavailable)
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WRIGHT, Leo W., Mrs. ...
(VDH - Nov. 18, 1915 - p. 4, c. 5)
(VCP - Nov. 24, 1915 - p. 5, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Leroy J. ...
(VCP - Feb. 19, 1941 - p. 8, c. 2)
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WRIGHT, Lester John...
(NH - July 7, 1942 - p. 7, c. 5)
(VCP - July 8, 1942 - p. 6, c. 5)
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WRIGHT, Margaret Taylor...
(NH - Feb. 10, 1922 - p. 10, c. 5)
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WRIGHT, Marian E., Mrs. ...
(NH - Aug. 27, 1983)
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WRIGHT, Marion Elizabeth Cook, Mrs. ...
(NH - Sept. 13, 1988)
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WRIGHT, Martha, Mrs. ...
(VDH - Aug. 25, 1913 - p. 4, c. 6)
(VCP - Aug. 27, 1913 - p. 5, c. 4)
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WRIGHT, Mary Elizabeth, Mrs. ...
(VCP - Wed., Jan. 31, 1940 - p. 5)
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