Photograph on file at the Military History Institute, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Western Union cablegram from Warren W. Whitside to his Wife, Lillian Rigney Whitside, notifying her of his Victor's death.
MAJ. WHITSIDE DIES AT NEUERBURG POST
Officer, Prominent Here,
Succumbs to Attack
Maj. Victor M. Whitside, of the 304th infantry, 89th division, who was cited for valor in the Argonne forest, and who was prominent in Washington, died of pneumonia on February 5 at Neuerburg, near Coblenz, Germany, where he was stationed with the army of occupation. A cablegram announcing his death was received by Col. Archibald Miller, his brother-in-law. The message stated that Col. Warren Whitside was with his brother when he died.
Maj. Whitside was a son of Gen. Whitside, who succeeded Gen. Leonard Wood as commander at Santiago ...
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Hand written note from Warren W. Whitside for a telegram to his mother, Carrie Whitside, notifying her of the death of her youngest child, Victor M. Whitside, in Coblenz, Germany while serving with the occupation army following World War I.
SAMUEL M. WHITSIDE BRIG GEN U.S. ARMY BORN JANUARY 8, 1839 DIED DECEMBER 15, 1904 HIS WIFE CAROLINE MCGAVOCK 1845-1936 THEIR SON VICTOR M. WHITSIDE MAJOR U.S. ARMY 1886 - 1919
Samuel M. Whitside (Brig Gen U.S. Army) Born January 8, 1839 and died 15 December 1904 Wife Caroline McGavock 1845-1936 Son: Victor M. Whitside Major U.S. Army 1886 - 1919