Services Held in the Chapel of Rest, Yadkin Valley, N. C: At the Funeral of the Late Capt. Walter Waightstill Lenoir, with the Sermon by James a Weston

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James a Weston
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32
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9781331731467
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Excerpt from Services Held in the Chapel of Rest, Yadkin Valley, N. C: At the Funeral of the Late Capt. Walter Waightstill Lenoir, With the Sermon

The funeral services of the late Captain Walter W. Lenoir were held in the Chapel of Rest, at eleven o'clock, July 28, 1890. The solemn Burial Service of the Protestant Episcopal Church was read by the Rev. James A. Weston, who also preached the Memorial Sermon. The Body was reverently laid to rest in the Lenoir Family Cemetery, at Fort Defiance, by the side of his wife and child.

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