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Lough - Henry Harrison

Source: Waveland Independent newspaper, Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana, July 21, 1931

Henry Harrison Lough, one of two surviving veterans of the   Civil War in this township, died at his home on Howard Street   about seven on Sunday morning. Funeral services at the home of   his daughter, Mrs. Garrie Dillman, on Tuesday morning were in   charge of Rev. Herbert Hugo of Rockfield. The pallbearers,   members of the American Legion, were Dr. Harting, Chas. Barr,   Lowell Spencer, Owen Moore, Howard Worl, and Carl Smith. The   flowers were carried by Mrs. Banta, Mrs. Goodwin,   Mrs..Loudermill, Mrs. Machledt and Misses Vivian Oldshue and   Helen Kelso. 'Taps' was sounded at the nave by Imogene Canine.   Mr. Lough was the son of George Washington and Katherine Carter   Lough and was born in Parke County, October 8, 1843, being at the   age of his death 87 years, 9 months and 11 days old. He was one   of a family of eleven children, all of whom have preceded him in   death. At the age of 17 he enlisted in the Union army in I   company, 31st Indiana volunteers, and served three years and a   half. He fought in the battles of Shiloh, Chattanooga, Lookout   Mountain and was with Sherman in his March to the Sea. In 1866 he   was married to Sarah Anne Budd, who died July 30, 1925. To them   were born eight children. Three sons Jesse, Howard and Herbert   are dead. Those living are Arthur Lough, Mrs. Mabel Dillman and   Mrs. Lucy Gardner of Waveland, Mrs. Cora Enoch of Crawfordsville,   and Mrs. Kate Gott of Kentland; 14 grandchildren and 5   great-grandchildren. Mr. Lough spent his entire life in and near   Waveland where he made a large circle of friends by his modest,   kindly and unassuming manner. He was a faithful member of the   Presbyterian Church, serving as deacon for many years. He was a   member of Waveland Lodge No. 300 F.& A.M. Among those present   from a distance were Mrs. Wm. Lough, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods,   Mr. and Mrs. Lee Overman, Mrs and Mrs. -Lough, Mr. and Mrs.   Warren McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lough, Mrs. Marvin Lough of   Marshall, Mrs. -Davis, Miss Lydia Dillman and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph   Wilson and daughter of Crawfordsville, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lough   of Danville, Miss - Lough of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison   Enoch and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Enoch of New Market, and Mrs. Kate   Gott of Kentland. Callers on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Carl   Demaree and Mrs. Foster Fudge of Crawfordsville, Mr. and Mrs.   Paul Jones of Louisville, Ky., Mrs. Sam Lough, Mr. and Mrs.   Walter Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. Needum of Darlington, Mr. and Mrs.   J.E. Hancock of Montezuma, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robinson and Mr.   Reath of Kingman and George Welch of Wallace. - typed by kbz
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