ANOTHER CIVIL WAR
■. VET ANSWERS LAST TAPS
The Woman's Relief Corps here will give their-funeral ritual and provide a silk burial flag for Rich¬ ard Barnes, 92, Civil War veteran, tor whom last rites will be held Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, id the home of Mrs. Loren Yost of Graytown, where he lived-lor 30 years.
Mr. Barnes, who served in Com¬ pany H, 1st Regiment Ota i o Heavy Artillery, was born in��Avon Township, Lorain County, ; July 24, 1840, and died Wednesday, | July 19, following a stroke suffer- I ed about two weeks ago. His i wife, Mary Yost Barnes, also two daughters, proceeded him in death and his only surviving rel¬ ative is a nephew, Addison Barnes, of Rock<? Ride-e, Ohio.
Rev V. C. Ridenour of Elmore j will officiate at the services and jj World War veterans of Graytown '■who belong to the Oak Harbor' i'Post American Legion will serve Has pall bearers, and the Legion is |i expected to give the usual mili- M tary service at the grave, in El- ;! liston cemetery, [j The death of Mr. Barnes re- El moves Benton Township's last | tj Civil War veteran and leaves but)] l.j very few in the county.
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