Sinclair George Barlow
CITY OF NEWPORT his he hfs be "if today.!' replied. the all SINCLAIR GEORGE BARLOW The death of Sinclair George Bar- ow occurred at his home on Pros pect street, . Thursday,. Oct. 17th: in the afternoon. This is one more tof the heart-rending cases , that have been hitting our city the last few days. Soon after the death of Mr. Barlow, an infant son died, and Mrs. Barlow is in a critical condition, Mr. Barlow was 31 years of age and was born at Tingwick, P. Q., Nov. 4,1887. He married Muriel Nickerson of Boston. Boston. He leaves a father 'and mother, three sisters, seven brothers, one now in France. Two little daughters, Doris Doris and iLlliari, aged 4 and 0 years. Mr. Barlow left the farm in Coventry md came to Newport about three years ago and was employed in the Hood's Condensery. . In January this year he closed his labors at that place and went firing on the B. & M. The brothers and sisters of his now liv ing are Frederick, Hulcy, Clifford and Chester of this place, . Lindsay of Danvilje, Joseph of Somerville, one brother, Vernon, who is now in France; three sisters, Mrs. Mildred GaiFney of Chelsea, Mrs. Etta Web ster of Hartford, Conn., and one sis- ter, Shirley, who is at home. The funeral services were held Friday afternoon with prayer r.t the grave by the Rev. L. A. Edwards. . The burial was at Pine Grove cemetery.