Jacob Houder Resolution
tW AVa meeting of W. C. No. 61, J. S. of A., held on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 1S64, the following resolutious were unanimously adopted : . Whereas, Almighty God in nis infinite wisdom and provicence, has taken from our midst, our esteemed and beloved Brother, Capt. Jacob Houdeb, who was killed, while nobly battling for his Country's honor, before Petersburg, - on Friday, August 19th, 1801 Ami, Whereas, Capt. Jacob Header was a worthy Brother, in good standing, of this Order, and was loved by nil who knew him, as a good and noble citizen and a brave gallant soldier. Therefore, Be it Resolved, That We, the oftlcr.rs and members of "NY. C. No. CI, of the P. O. of J. 8. of A., do sincerely regret - the'untimcly death of our deceased Brother, and feel that in his loss there will be a vacancy which may never be filled. iUnoloed, That Capt. Jacob Houder has proved himself a good soldier, not only in the cause of his Country, but also, in that of this Order. llcHohcd, That we sincerely condole and sympathize with the family of the deceased, in this their sad bereavement, and that we truly appreciate the loss which they have sustained in the death of an intelligent and dutiful son. , ' licwltcd, That we accept the invitation to attend the funeral in a body, and to bury his remains according to tho requirements of this Order. Jieiolved, That wo wear the usual badge of mourning, for tho term and space of thirty days. licwfoed, That a copy of these resolutions bo transmitted to the family of the deceased, and that they be published in the papers of this city. J. DALLAS BCHOENER, Chaimi'u. ; I. C. BECKER, J. N.. HAGENMAN, ' J. A. STOUT, Committccc. By order of the Camp. J. D. SciIOKNEK, R. S.