Ross William Wiegman was born to John William and Elmira Hayden (Ross) Wiegman on 8 January 1884 in De Graff, Logan, Ohio. In the 1900 census, Ross William was 16 years old and in school.
Ross William was listed in the 1910 census as living with his parents in Miami, Logan, Ohio. His employment was as a Minister with the Y.M.C.A.
Ross William died a year later in Norwalk, Connecticut. A short newspaper article states that he died from “walking typhoid.” He was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in De Graff, Ohio.
Ohio, County Births, 1841-2003, database with images. FamilySearch.org. Citing De Graff, Logan, Ohio, FHL film 534,831. Ross W. Weigman, 8 January 1884.
U.S. federal census. Year: 1900; Location: Miami, Logan, Ohio; e.d. 0117, p. 11A.
U.S. federal census. Year: 1910; Location: Miami, Logan, Ohio; e.d. 0138, p. 5B.
Connecticut Death Index, database. CT State Library (http://www.ctstatelibrary.org). William Wiegman.
“Man Dies from Walking Typhoid,” Bridgeport Evening Farmer (Bridgeport, Connecticut), 3 August 1911, p. 1, col. 1.
William Ross Wiegman, Memorial #18840731, database and images online. Find-A-Grave.com.