Harry Howard Holt 12 Mar 1943
ENRY H. HOLT DIES AS RESULT OF FALL World War Veteran LeÂ»reÂ» Wife, Eight Children and Two Brotheri P the Harry Howard Holt, 48, a machinist's machinist's helper at the Naval Tor pedo Station who was critically mrt when he Jumped out of tlw second floor window of his home _ t 110 I-evin street Just after midnight midnight a week ago last Thursday died at the Newport Hospital. Mr. Holt, who had been reported reported ill, was stopped by his wife, several times when he tried to leap out of the window, but finally managed to do so when she left the room for a few minutes. His 13-year-old son, Ellsworth, was not able to prevent him from making making the leap. Mr. Holt was a veteran of the World war and was formerly a member of Newport Post, American American Legion, Conover Post, Veterans Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Newport Newport Post, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans, His wife, the former Miss Katherine Katherine Martin, two brothers, Ellsworth Ellsworth L. Holt of this city and Clarence Holt of Springfield, Mass., and eight children, Mrs. Roland R. Blgwood, Miss Kathleen Kathleen T. Holt, Harry H. Holt, Jr., Ellsworth L. Holt, Mary J. Holt, Gloria S. Holt, Virginia E. Roll and Lillian M. Holt, survive. A military funeral was held Monday afternoon for Harry H. married Gerald Camoys of wife ol at long section years. In ot Holt'of Levin street, a World veteran, at the Memorial Home. The Rev. Nelson-W. Bryant, rec tor of St. George's Church, offi elated. The bearers were Roland E. Bigwood, Joseph Martin, Nelson Nelson Moffett and Ellsworth L. Holt Burial was in the family plot in the Braman cemetery, where sailors sailors from the Naval Training Station fired three volleys . and a bugler sounded "Taps."