DYING, PLANNED FUNERAL
Two Hymns And Two Poems In Service – Justice McLeary Arranged
WASHINGTON, January 6, 1914 – Realizing that death was near, James Harvey McLeary, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, made complete plans for hisfuneral. He died here yesterday.
This is the service as planned by Justice McLeary: Hymn,”Face To Face”; poem “AfterDeath In Arabia,” Arnold; remarks by the officiatingc lergyman; poem “Old Man's Funeral,” Bryant' hymn, “Bearer My God ToThee” Masonic ceremonies.
The services will be carried out, except as to Masonic rites, at All Soul Uniterian Church tomorrow. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery with Masonic and military honors.
MCLEARY, JAMES H
- MAJOR INSP GEN OF VOLS
- DATE OF DEATH: 01/05/1914
- BURIED AT: SECTION SO DI SITE LOT 2259
- ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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