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    Johnstown Tribune, 18 Jan 1904, Page 6, Contributed by Lynne Canterbury


The funeral of Henry Wolford, who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frederick Vol Alt, in the Seventh Ward Saturday morning, took place yesterday afternoon from the Lutheran Church at Davidsville, where the pastor, the Rev. C. M. Wachter, conducted the obsequies. Interment was made in the Davidsville Cemetery. The members of Holsopple Lodge of Odd Fellows, of which the deceased was a member, attended the services in a body and conducted the services at the grave. Henry Wolford was a veteran of the Civil War. He enlisted at Ashtola, Somerset County, in April, 1851, and was assigned to Company E. Fifty-fourth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, under Capt. Patrick Graham, for a time, later being promoted to Sergeant in Company F of the same regiment, under Capt. Miller. Mr. Wolford was slightly injured in the Battle of Newmarket on May 15, 1864, and was discharged with honorable mention on May 3, 1868. Valentine Wolford, a brother of Henry Wolford, was killed while fighting in another regiment.

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