Death of Isham W. Kittrell (7 Mar 1907 Henderson Gold Leaf)
Death of Mr. Isham W. Kittrell. Mr. Isham W. Kittrell died at his home on Flat Creek, near Williams-boro, Friday night, March 1st, in the 76th year of his ago. His death was somewhat sudden as he had not been confined to the bed and went to his mail box the day before. Mr: Kittrell was raised in the Health Seat neighborhood, not far from Henderson, and was long a member of Herman Methodist Episcopal church. He married Miss Tempie Burton, who survives him. They had no children. Deceased' was a brave Confederate" soldier and was captured at Gettysburg and confined in Fort Delaware until the war closed. His parole bears date of June 17, 18G5. He was second-lieutenant of Company K., o-Uh Regiment, Oaks' Brigade, Ear-ley's Division, and participated in some of the hardest fought battles of the war. Mr. Kittrell was an honest man and a good citizen, and enjoyed the confidence, respect and esteem of all who knew him. lie was a Mason, member ol the Lodge at Dabney.and was buried with the honors of that order. The funeral was held Sunday niteruoon, ltev. w. is. Hester conducting the service. Interment was made at Mont pel ier.