BRAZIL B06GS BURIED HERE
| Brazil Boggs, 80, died at the
I Sandusky Soldiers' Home early
i Saturday morning and the body
1 was brought here at once by H.
E. Burmann and prepared for
burial. The funeral service was
held at the Burman funeral home
[Monday afternoon, the Rev. V.
G. Hostetter officiating and in-
| terment in Union cemetery where
! his wife was buried about two
■ years ago.
Mr. Boggs was a veteran of the : Spanish-American War and veter¬ ans of that war acted as pallbear¬ ers. For a number of years he had lived in Chicago and then for a year at Clay Center before go¬ ing to the Soldiers Home about V>nr vpars aco.
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