Asheville Gazette-News, 27 June 1913, Friday, Page 8: City News: Capt. Fagg, Veteran Soldier and Fir

Asheville Gazette-News, 27 June 1913, Friday, Page 8: City News: Capt. Fagg, Veteran Soldier and Fireman

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Asheville Gazette-News, 27 June 1913, Friday, Page 8: City News: Capt. Fagg, Veteran Soldier and Fir - conven Ashevilie reads as present Associa-...
conven Ashevilie reads as present Associa- Associa- Is a receiver a representative, at the the larger of importance the will be to a few- few- the there of farm great are situation conference, suggestions-will will farm on a business CITY NEWS Ashevilie Kncampment, No. -2. -2. I. O. j O. will hold its regular semi-annual semi-annual semi-annual i election of oitk-ers oitk-ers oitk-ers this evening, and it is desired that a full attendance of its members be present. CAPT. FAGG, VETERAN SOLDIER AND FIREMAN Ills Death, Due Immediately to Pneumonia. Pneumonia. Occurred Yestcrdiiy Funeral Tomorrow. TIGHE Held to Capt. Henry Clay Fagg died yester day afternoon at 6:30 o'clock at the Meriwether hospital, following an at tack of. acute pneumonia. He had been in poor health for the past two years, but his condition was not serious serious until he was stricken last Sunday. He grew rapidly worse and no hope had been entertained for his recovery for the past fe'w days. The funeral sei vt.'es will be conducted tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock from the resi dence of Mrs. Theodore Malloy, a niece of the deceased, at 72 Merrl-mon Merrl-mon Merrl-mon avenue. Kev. H. V. Campbell will conduct the services and the burial will be in charge of the Masons of the city. j Capt. Kagg was 6 7 years old, and, was one of Ahevllle's well known nnd progressive citizens. He Was born, :iear Hot Springs but spent the great-j great-j great-j r part of his youth in Alabama with i his brother. He was married there) la Miss Elizabeth Jackson, who died ! hortly afterwards, and later returned to Ashevilie, where he has resided jtince. He was a Mason, an Elk, an I :dd Fellow and a thnrtcr member of the Ashevilie club. He was the first captain of .Ashevilie hose company Xo. 1, nnd this morning the fire bell v.ns tolled as u token of the respect leld for him by the department. Dur- Dur- I ing the war of the states the de- de- eased was a private In Company B of the Sixtieth North Carolina re- re- viment. Capt. Kagg Is survived by a daught er, Mrs. Wallace F. Maxwell: a nice, Mrs. T. F. Malloy; and two half-sis- half-sis- half-sis- half-sis- ers, Mr?. Lula Fagg Morgan and Mrs. Parker of Washington City. 39

Clipped from Asheville Gazette-News27 Jun 1913, FriPage 8

Asheville Gazette-News (Asheville, North Carolina)27 Jun 1913, FriPage 8
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  • Asheville Gazette-News, 27 June 1913, Friday, Page 8: City News: Capt. Fagg, Veteran Soldier and Fir — Asheville Gazette-News, 27 June 1913, Friday, Page 8: City News: Capt. Fagg, Veteran Soldier and Fireman

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