G. W. BOGGS BURIED '
( t, \Y. Boggs, veteran of the [Civil War and former resident of Elmore, died "at the Sandusky - [Soldiers' Home Saturday, Aug. ' ■21, and his body was brought to., ; I'.lniorc Monday by Kir. Buc- ; in;inn. The funeral occurred | Tuesday afternoon at G. A.' R.
|hall, Rev. Gillett of Gibsooburg]
[officiating. The news oi his death;' bad not spread very widely and; the attendance at the itinera] wa'sj rather small. He was buried in"
Sept. 4. 1861, in Co. L, p. V. C He was promoted to second lieu¬ tenant Co. G, 10th Regt., O. V. C, Oct. 7, 1862, and" to first lieu- ] tenant March 17, 1864. He re- ■ signed from the .service July 11,1 1864.
After his return from the war he married Maggie Condit, of Co¬ lumbus, Ohio. They had no chit-' drcn but the deceased is survived by two nieces, Miss May me Mil¬ ler of; Toledo, and Mrs.'' F. C. Hornung of Gibsonburg and a nephew, \M"r. ( \Valter Miller of Mcrmondalc, M.'o;;t..lit: is only dis¬ tantly related :to the various Boggs ..families living-in and near Elrnore,'.'■■■' ' '■
ere until he
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