Very incomplete list!
in chronological order
Lewis Baker (1832-1899) —
of Wheeling, Ohio
County, W.Va.; St. Paul, Ramsey
Born in Belmont
County, Ohio, November
editor; member of West
Virginia state senate 1st District, 1871-72; President
of the West Virginia State Senate, 1872; West Virginia
Democratic state chair, 1872-76; member of Democratic
National Committee from West Virginia, 1884-88; Minnesota
Democratic state chair, 1892; delegate to Democratic National
Convention from Minnesota, 1892;
U.S. Minister to Costa Rica, 1893-97; Salvador, 1893-97; Nicaragua, 1893-97.
Died, from pernicious anemia, in Washington,
30, 1899 (age 66 years, 170
Interment at Greenwood
Cemetery, Wheeling, W.Va.
Charles James Hughes, Jr. (1853-1911) —
also known as Charles J. Hughes, Jr. —
County, Colo.; Denver,
Born in Kingston, Caldwell
County, Mo., February
candidate for Presidential Elector for Colorado, 1888;
delegate to Democratic National Convention from Colorado, 1908;
Senator from Colorado, 1909-11; died in office 1911.
Died, from pernicious anemia and myelitis,
11, 1911 (age 57 years, 329
Interment at Fairmount
Cemetery, Denver, Colo.
Edward Kellogg Emery (1851-1919) —
also known as Edward K. Emery —
of Buffalo, Erie
Born in East Aurora, Erie
County, N.Y., July 29,
member of New York
state assembly from Erie County 5th District, 1887-88; Justice of
New York Supreme Court 8th District, 1907-19; died in office 1919.
Died, from pernicious anemia, in Buffalo, Erie
County, N.Y., November
13, 1919 (age 68 years, 107
Interment at Oakwood
Cemetery, East Aurora, N.Y.
Robert Bruce McCoy (1867-1926) —
also known as Robert McCoy —
of Sparta, Monroe
Born in Kenosha, Kenosha
County, Wis., September
Democrat. Lawyer; newspaper
County Judge; served in the U.S. Army during the Spanish-American
War; served in the U.S. Army on the Mexican border; served in the
U.S. Army during World War I; candidate for Governor of
Died, of pernicious anemia, in Sparta, Monroe
County, Wis., January
5, 1926 (age 58 years, 122
Interment at Woodlawn
Cemetery, Sparta, Wis.
James William Zevely (1861-1927) —
also known as J. W. Zevely —
of Muskogee, Muskogee
County, Okla.; Washington,
D.C.; Manhattan, New York
Born in Linn, Osage
County, Mo., October
of Missouri Democratic Party, 1888; Inspector in Charge for U.S.
Department of the Interior; lawyer;
delegate to Democratic National Convention from Oklahoma, 1912,
as attorney for the Sinclair Consolidated Oil
Corporation, and for Harry F. Sinclair, he was a figure in the Teapot
Dome scandal of the 1920s.
Died, of pernicious anemia and liver
cirrhosis, in East Hampton, Suffolk
County, Long Island, N.Y., June 10,
1927 (age 65 years, 245
in Paris, Ky.
of Thaddeus Zevely and Mary A. Zevely; married, June 23,
1908, to Janie C. Clay.|
| || ||The champion racehorse
"Zev" (1920-1943) was named for
him by Harry F. Sinclair. |
James Findley LaFavor (1869-1930) —
also known as James F. LaFavor —
of Parnell, Nodaway
Born in Marion
County, Iowa, October
member of Missouri
state house of representatives from Nodaway County, 1895-96;
member of Missouri
state senate 1st District, 1921-24.
Died, from pernicious anemia, in Parnell, Nodaway
County, Mo., September
22, 1930 (age 60 years, 328
Interment at Rose Hill Cemetery, Parnell, Mo.
Richard Franklin Brammer (1856-1931) —
also known as R. F. Brammer —
of Milton, Cabell
Born in Millville (now Willow Wood), Lawrence
County, Ohio, July 2,
Republican. School teacher
and principal; member of West
Virginia state house of delegates from Cabell County, 1901-02,
1907-10, 1919-20, 1929-30.
Died, from pernicious anemia, in Milton, Cabell
County, W.Va., July 29,
1931 (age 75 years, 27
Interment at Spring
Hill Cemetery, Huntington, W.Va.
of John L. Brammer (1833-1889) and Elizabeth (Pinkerman) Brammer
(1833-1868); married, November
28, 1880, to Nancy V. Blake (1860-1941).|
| || ||Image source: West Virginia Blue Book
Loren Edgar Wheeler (1862-1932) —
also known as Loren E. Wheeler —
of Springfield, Sangamon
Born in Havana, Mason
County, Ill., October
of Springfield, Ill., 1897-1901; delegate to Republican National
Convention from Illinois, 1900;
postmaster at Springfield,
Ill., 1901-14; U.S.
Representative from Illinois 21st District, 1915-23, 1925-27;
defeated, 1922, 1926.
Died, of pernicious anemia, in Springfield, Sangamon
County, Ill., January
8, 1932 (age 69 years, 93
Interment at Oak
Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Ill.
Cyrenus Garritt Darling (1856-1933) —
also known as Cyrenus G. Darling —
of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw
Born in Bethel, Sullivan
County, N.Y., 1856.
of Ann Arbor, Mich., 1894-95; defeated, 1909, 1911.
Member, American Medical
Died, from pernicious anemia, April
21, 1933 (age about 76
Interment at Forest
Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, Mich.
of Walter Darling and Eliza (Starr) Darling; married 1884 to
Augusta M. Payne.||