Chicago Tribune, Monday, December 8, 1913, p. 4:
FORMER ACTRESS A SUICIDE
Mrs. Florence Worden MacGregor Leaps Seven Stories to Death in New York
New York, Dec. 7---[Special]---Mrs. Florence Worden MacGregor, former actress and wife of Edgar J. MacGregor, one of the stage directors for the Frohmans, left her husband at the dinner table in their apartment tonight and leaped from a seventh story window to death. She had suffered from nervous despondency for several months. She was a niece of Rear Admiral Worden, commander of the Monitor in its battle with the Merrimac in the civil war.
Chicago Tribune, Wednesday, January 5, 1916, p. 15, c. 5:
William Durst, sole survivor of the history making Monitor-Merrimac battle of the civil war, died yesterday in Philadelphia of pneumonia, aged 76 years.
Chicago Tribune, Monday, December 25, 1933, p. 28:
MONITOR-MERRIMAC BATTLE VETERAN, I. N. HEWLING, DIES
Covington, Ky., Dec. 24---(AP)---Isaac Newton Hewling, believed to have been one of the last survivors of the battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac, died in a hospital here last night. He was 91.