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Washington McLean

Washington McLean
Born May, 1816
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Died December 8, 1890
Washington, D.C., United States
Resting place Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington
Known for Cincinnati Enquirer
Spouse(s) Mary L. McLean
Children John Roll, Mary, Mildred

Washington McLean (May, 1816 - December 8, 1890) was an American businessman of Scottish ancestry best known as the owner of the Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1848 Washington McLean and his brother S.B.W. McLean acquired a share position in the Cincinnati Enquirer to be partners with editor James J. Farran. Washington McLean bought out Farran in the 1860s and in 1872 sold a half interest in the newspaper to his son.

McLean and his wife Mary had three children. Their son,


  1. ^ - November 10, 1899New York Times
  2. ^ - December 9, 1890Deseret Evening NewsSalt Lake City, Utah
  3. ^ - December 9, 1890 obituary for Washington McLeanNew York Times

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Washington McLean was a prominent member of the Democratic Party and served as chairman of the Ohio Democratic State central committee in 1853.[2] In 1882, he moved to Washington, D.C. but maintained a legal residency in Cincinnati. In the nation's capital he made large and successful investments in real estate that expanded his wealth. He died there on December 8, 1890 and although initially was to be returned to Cincinnati for burial, he was interred in a mausoleum in Washington's Rock Creek Cemetery.[3] Mary McLean died on December 9, 1900 in her 72nd year and was interred with him.

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