1860 – 1930

Aaron Waller was born 26 Jun 1860 to William A Waller (1828 – 1912) and Mary Elizabeth Muir Waller (1834 – 1925).

Aaron married (Mamie) Mary Margaret Waller Waller on 1 May 1884 in Union Co., KY.

Aaron ran a successful grain company bearing his name, A Waller & Co.

Aaron Waller lived at 131 S Elm around 1910-1920s but moved in with his daughter by 1930 at 215 S Elm.

Aaron died on 22 Apr 1930 (aged 69) from pneumonia.

“Aaron Waller’s Funeral To Be Held Today Henderson, April 23 Funeral services for Aaron Waller, 69, grain dealer and land owner, who died last night following a weeks illness of pneumonia, will be held at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. W. G. Hodge, here tomorrow at 3 p. m.”


“Aaron Waller, Prominent Henderson Man, Is Dead Henderson, April 22 Aaron Waller, 69, president of a grain concern bearing his name and owner of farming land In Mississippi and Indiana as well as in this section, died at his home here tonight following a week’s illness of pneumonia, lie became ill on a trip to Mississippi. His widow, two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Hodge, Henderson, and Mrs. Morgan McCormick, Miami, a sister, Mrs. Henry Hughes, Paducah; and two brothers, William and Jasper Waller, of Morsanfield, survive.”

“MILLING FIRM PRESIDENT DIES HENDERSON April Aaron Waller 68 president of A Waller and company nationally known milling firm died here Tuesday night from pneumonia. Mr Waller had lived here for many years and was actively in charge of his business until stricken. He is survived by the widow two daughters Mrs Hodge Henderson and Mrs Morgan McCormick Miami Fla a sister Mrs Henry Hughes Paducah and two brother William and Jasper Waller”


The Owensboro Messenger from Owensboro, Kentucky • Page 2 – April 23, 1930

The Owensboro Messenger from Owensboro, Kentucky • Page 5 – April 24, 1930

The Evansville Journal from Evansville, Indiana • Page 2 – April 23, 1930