In memory of Pvt. Granville M. Bastable; during his twentieth year of life he died in captivity as a Prisoner of War
Inspired by the National Moment of Remembrance; this blog entry is one of the ways that HCWVCPA strives to honor those who served and have been laid to rest. The content of this post has been selected and presented with the intention of sharing some of the often overlooked aspects of Memorial Day.
In memory of Joshua D. Daken; Burial was held Wednesday morning for War Veteran that passed away after short illness of complications of diseases.
Wreaths Across America Memorial Day Wreath Sponsorship Drive help us to ensure our Veterans are never forgotten
In memory of Sgt. Alexander Hamilton Osborn(e); Civil War Veteran, Businessman and Prominent Citizen of Harrison County, who departed from this life in his seventieth year
In memory of Major Robert Skiles Gardner; he died in his fifty-eighth year of life. Maj. Gardner was a Veteran, Business Man and Government Employee
In memory of Dr. John Walter Ramsey (Ramsay); Prominent Surgeon, Civil War Veteran and very accomplished citizen
In memory of Dr. Robert Hudson Ramsey; Tragedy struck in in his thirty-second year of life on this earth. His untimely demise brought gloom to all,
In memory of Lee H. Vance (Grand uncle of Cyrus Vance Jr. and Uncle of Cyrus Vance); Mr. Lee Vance departed from this life in his thirty-sixth year from stomach trouble after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Vance was a prominent citizen of Clarksburg
In memory of Josiah Lepley; he was an aged and well known citizen. He departed from this world in his seventy-sixth year after a long and useful life, which included service in the Civil War and work in carpentry.