The Clarksburg Telegram., January 20, 1893
Misses Lelia and Silfie Dew, of Salem, were the guests of Miss Florence Waldeck, on Main St., Saturday and Sunday.
The Clarksburg Telegram., August 21, 1896, page 7
Miss Florence Waldeck was visiting friends in Grafton this week.
TO HERE HEAVENLY REWARD BY THE DEATH ANGEL, WAS MISS FLORENCE WALDECK ON SUNDAY MORNING.
Estimable Young Lady Succumbs to Consumption at Her Home on Locust Street–Innumerable Friends Mourn Her Untimely Demise
The Daily Telegram., January 25, 1904
After a lingering illness with consumption, Miss Florence M. Waldeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. P. Waldeck died at her home on Locust street Sunday morning at two o’clock. While her death was not altogether unexpected because of the disease to which she fell a victim, yet the news of her demise comes as a shock to her innumerable friends in this city.
The deceased was a lovable, amiable and popular young lady and her agreeable personality won her multitudes of friends. She was a devout Christian, being a member and a faithful worker of Goff M. E. Church.
Besides a mother and father, she is survived by one brother and one sister, Miss Belle Waldeck and Clarence Waldeck.
The funeral will take place from the late residence on Locust street Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock. Interment will be made in the Odd Fellows’ cemetery.