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3301 Wokingham District Q2 MILEHAM, Herbert Gladstone (I0081)
 
3302 Wokingham District Q2 MILEHAM, Frederick Ernest (I0086)
 
3303 Wokingham District Q3 MILEHAM, Arthur James (I0080)
 
3304 Wokingham District Q3 MILEHAM, Edith Kate (I0087)
 
3305 Woolavington is now known as East Lavington, Sussex Family F538
 
3306 Worthing District Q3 - death SCARROTT, Cornelius (I0072)
 
3307 ZIMMERMAN, Richard G. a former Statehouse and Washington Bureau chief for the The Plain Dealer of Cleveland, 73, died early Thursday morning in Community Hospice at the Washington Home after battling cancer. He was born September 3, 1934 the son of the late Ohio State Supreme Court Justice Charles B. Zimmerman and Dorothy (Gayford) Zimmerman. Rick graduated from Springfield High in 1952. He then graduated from Wittenberg University in 1956, where he was a member and president of Beta Theta Pi. He received his masters from American University and his PHD from Wittenberg. He served in the Air National Guard. He started in the new business as a political cartoonist. Over his career, Rick worked for Horvitz Newspapers and the Dayton Journal Herald before moving to Columbus in the late 1960's, where he joined The Plain Dealer. He later become the newspaper's Washington bureau chief. "Rick was a character and a colorful guy," said Tom Diemer, a former Plain Dealer staff member in the Washington Bureau. He was a hell of a reporter and had a very nice writing style." Rick wrote two books for Kent State University Press: Plan Dealing and Call me Mike, a biography of former Gov. Michael V. DiSalle. Rick is survived by his sister, Helen (Cookie) Stevens; niece, Kathleen Stevens of Columbus, Ohio; nephews, Eric and David Stevens of Springfield; sister-in-law, Nancy Lemen Zimmerman; cousins, John and Norma Zimmerman of Birmingham, AL. He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, local Attorney, Charles B. Zimmerman Jr.; and brother-in-law, Richard E. Stevens. No funeral services were scheduled. Rick donated his body to the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington. A memorial service will be held at a later date at the National Press Club in Washington, where he was a longtime member and scholarship endowment donor. Published in the Springfield News-Sun on 1/12/2008.
 
ZIMMERMAN, Richard Gayford (I247)
 

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