Edward W. Weyl was the son of Sandusky residents Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weyl. He served as a Corporal in Co. M of of the 1st Ohio Infantry during World War One. Records at Ancestry Library Edition indicate that as a result of injuries during the war, Edward Weyl was admitted to the U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Dayton in 1925. Edward W. Weyl passed away at the Soldiers Home in Dayton on December 18, 1927. He was buried at Oakland Cemetery.
At the time of his death, Edward Weyl was survived by three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Nettie Weyl and Mrs. Mary Weyl of Sandusky, and Mrs. M.N. Weyl of DeSoto, Missouri. An obituary for Edward W. Weyl is found in the 1927 OBITUARY NOTEBOOK at the Sandusky Library.