William H. Barnes Dies In Cleveland
William H. Barnes, 81, of Cleve¬ land, retired after 30 years service with the New York Central rail¬ road as telegrapher, died yester¬ day in Mt. Sinai hospital. He was at one time stationed in Port Clin¬ ton. Ji~3- i^trg
here and is at the Gerner and
Wolf m'.."■'< .. ■„■■'-"! services will
be conducted at 2 Tuesday by the Rev. Paul O. Reese of Trinity Meth¬ odist church. Burial will be made in Riverview cemetery.
He is survived by his wife, Mamie; a son Stanley Barnes of Cincinnati, and a daughter, Mrs. C. A. Thrasher of Akron. He was born. Oct. 3, 1878, at Plainesville and was a member of the Masonic lodge, belonging to Oriental Com- mandary at Cleveland and" Thatch¬ er Blue Lodge at Nottingham, O.
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