|Death: ||Jun. 3, 1905|
Los Angeles Times
June 4, 1905 - Pg. 18
Veteran Falls Out Quickly
W. C. Nagle Dies from Heart Disease at His Home - Served in Ohio Company in Civil War and was a Member of the G. A. R.
SANTA ANA - June 3 - W. C. Nagle of No. 610 West Fourth Street, a veteran of the Civil War, dropped dead from heart disease at his residence late yesterday evening. Mr. Nagle, who had been in usual health all day, had just eaten his evening meal and was moving abou tthe house when he fell to the floor, dead.
A coroner's jury this afternoon brought a verdict of death due to natural causes. Mr. Nagle served in the Civil War in Company C of the One Hundred and Third Ohio Infantry and was a member of the G. A. R. post of this city. He was aged 69. He leaves a widow and a family of grown children.
GAR Civil War Veteran - Company I Ohio 103rd Inf
Note: With gratitude to Paul Gillette and the Civil War Roundtable Orange County Civil War Graves Registration Project at http://www.cwrtorangecounty-ca.org/ Contact Paul at email@example.com
Santa Ana Cemetery
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Record added: May 04, 2004
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