Nathan Cloud buried. Pallbearer Brinton C. Smith
NATHAN CLOUD BURIED Funeral of Aged Man Who Died Our, Our, ing a Visit to California Tho funeral of Nathan Cloud, aged Delaware countian, who died last week at the home o£ a daughter it} Los Angeles, Cal,, and whose remains were shipped east, arriving hero late Thursday night, were conducted yesterday yesterday from the residence of his son, Deputy'Coroner R. P. Cloud, at Marcus Marcus Hook. Fallowing brief 'j^eligHous services over the remains at the house by Rev. R, A. Mclrwalne. the funeral cortege proceeded to Siloam Methodist Episcopal Episcopal Church, Booth's Comer, where services, which were largely attended were conducted. Rev Mcllwalne officiated officiated and was assisted by Rev. W. H. Bancroft, Rev. H. R. McDa.de and Rev. J. S. Tomlinson. • At the conclusion conclusion of the services, interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the church. The pallbearers were, Brinton Brinton C. Smith, Orlando F. .Carter, George C. Davis, Frank Button", Amor Orr and Frederick Pierce, nephews of the deceased.