Death of Willis P. Coleman
Death op Willis P.. Coleman. An immense concourse, on foot and in car - ria?es. followed to the crave. Snndav. the body of this deceased gentleman, who had lived for twenty years in this city, and was widely known and respected. Mr. Coleman Coleman was buried by the Geand Lodge of Masons in this State, of which he had been Grand Senior Warden, and was always a most influential and active member ; but he had held the office of Grand Master in Missouri, and had been General Grand Commander of the Knights Templar of the United States, and had received the highest honors in the Order of Masonry. The services at the Grand Lodge and grave were conducted by M. W. William McDuff, as acting Grand Master, and by the chief officer of the Scotch Bite in the southern jurisdiction of the United States, Gen. Albert Pike.