EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
JAN. 17, 1919
Word has been received here of the death of JOSEPH WICKLINE, aged 82, former resident of this vicinity, which occurred Friday afternoon at the home of his sister, Mrs. Margaret White of Dormont, Pa., following an illness of the infirmities attendant upon advanced aged.
He enlisted in the Union army July 11, 1862, in company D, 63rd Pennsylvania volunteers, and was promoted to corporal December 24, 1862, and November 1, 1863, was promoted to sergeant. In 1864 he was transferred to Company D, 99th Pennsylvania volunteers, and was discharged June 3, 1865, on account of a gunshot wound in the left leg received a the Battle of the Wilderness, which necessitated amputation above the knee. In 1863 Mr. Wickline was married to Miss Martha J. Ewing of Hammondsville, O., who died several years ago.
Mr. Wickline leaves the following children: C. W. Wickline of Akron, O.; W. E. Wickline and Mrs. H. J. Beck of Cleveland, O.: and Mrs. W. W. Smith of Holliday’s Cove, W. Va.: also two sisters, Mrs. White and Mrs. John Ross of Canton, O.; and one brother, Thomas Wickline of Aliquippa.