1893 - 1915 (21 years)
||Stewart, Oscar Winfred |
||18 Nov 1893
||West Virginia 
||15 Apr 1915
||San Francisco, California
||National Cemetery (Market Street, Wilmington, North Carolina)
||29 May 2016 |
||Stewart, Charles William, b. 30 Jul 1869, Montgomery County, Virginia , d. 17 Apr 1925, Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina (Age 55 years) |
||Beckleheimer, Susan, b. 1873, Montgomery County, Virginia , d. 21 Sep 1951 (Age 78 years) |
||04 Dec 1892
||West Virginia 
- Ancestry.com One World Tree indicates marriage in 24 December 1892 in Montgomery County, Virginia.
- Oscar Winfred Stewart (1893-1915)
The 20 April 1925 Wilmington News-Dispatch, in reporting on the funerals of Charles W. Stewart and William Elmer Stewart, included the following:
Just ten years ago The Dispatch printed the following story:
"Many friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stewart, 118 Meares street, will tenderly sympathize with them in the death of their son, Oscar W. Stewart, which occurred April 15 at the emergency hospital at the Panama-Pacific exposition grounds. His death was a result of injuries received on April 14. No particulars as to the way Mr. Stewart was injured have yet been received. He was 21 years old on November 18, last. He was a member of 158th Company, Coast Artillery and was stationed at Fort Winfield Scott, Cal., and has been in the service since September 1913.
"The remains will be interred in the National cemetery here. Mr. Stewart is survived by his father, mother, three brothers, and two sisters."
It was in another newspaper report that a Ferris wheel accident was mentioned as contributing to the death of Oscar Winfred Stewart. However, subsequent research has revealed that there was no Ferris wheel at the 1915 San Francisco World's Fair. There was something called the Aeroscope that took people up in one big car and did a sort of circular motion. However, whether the Aeroscope was involved in the death of Oscar W. Stewart is unknown. It is ironic, however, to consider that Charles Willis (Yank) Stewart while at Alcatraz Prison could, if he ever had a view, see the site of the 1915 San Francisco World's Fair (which was on the waterfront) and where he had lost a brother in 1915.
1910 United States Federal Census
Name: Oscar W Stewart
Age in 1910: 16
Estimated birth year: abt 1894
Birthplace: West Virginia
Relation to Head of House: Son
Father's name: Charlie W
Father's Birth Place: Virginia
Mother's name: Susie
Mother's Birth Place: Virginia
Home in 1910: Tunstall, Pittsylvania, Virginia
Marital Status: Single
Household Members: Name Age
Charlie W Stewart 40
Susie Stewart 37
Oscar W Stewart 16
Elcie G Stewart 15
Anthony D Stewart 12
Lousia F Stewart 10
William E Stewart 8
Charles W Stewart JR 4
- [S16] 1910 US Federal Census.
- [S20] Ancestry.Com OneWorldTree (not totally reliable).