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Source: Harper’s Weekly
Source type: magazine
Document type: article
Document title: “Those Present at the Death-Bed”
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: 21 September 1901
Volume number: 45
Issue number: 2335
Pagination: 946

“Those Present at the Death-Bed.” Harper’s Weekly 21 Sept. 1901 v45n2335: p. 946.
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William McKinley (death: persons present in Milburn residence).
Named persons
John Barber (McKinley nephew); Mary Barber (Ida McKinley niece); Wilbur C. Brown; George B. Cortelyou; Charles G. Dawes; Sarah Duncan (McKinley niece) [identified as Sara below]; Sarah Elizabeth Duncan (McKinley sister); William McKinley Duncan [middle initial wrong below]; Webb C. Hayes; Abner McKinley; Anna Endsley McKinley (sister-in-law); Helen McKinley; James F. McKinley (nephew); William McKinley; Francis M. Osborne [first initial wrong below; last name misspelled below]; Presley M. Rixey.


Those Present at the Death-Bed

AT the time of President McKinley’s death a large number of callers at the house, knowing that the case was hopeless, had departed. Those who remained and were admitted to the President’s room were:
     Dr. Rixey, Abner McKinley, Mrs. Abner McKinley, Mrs. Sarah Duncan, Miss Helen McKinley, Miss Mary Barber, Miss Sara Duncan, Lieutenant James F. McKinley, W. C. Duncan, T. M. Osborn, Colonel Webb C. Hayes, Comptroller Charles G. Dawes, Colonel W. C. Brown, Secretary Cortelyou, John Barber, three nurses, and three orderlies.



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