Feb14 1887 Daily City News p. 3
Jolin Waddiii|;:ton Dead. On Sunday morning the death of Mr. John Waddington occurred at his home in P^astbrook. Mr. Waddington was tor many years the postmaster at Eastbrook. He had inanv friends i'nd relatives in this city and was well knn-^ n in all parts of the county. He was .m Englishman by birth, his life daang from Feb. 2, 1819. He was over OS years of age and 55 years of his life has been spent in this state. His mercantile life and his labors as post master have earned earned for him a worthy name for honesty, integrity, industry and faitlifulness that will not be forgotten. Mr. Waddington leaves six children, and several of his brothers are now residing in this city. His life in this county has always been associated with all the public movements ot the place and his death will be deeply felt by all. The funeral will take place Tuesday at Eastbrowk at 2 :30 o’clock.