REUNION OF THE 35TH
Held at Hamilton – Well Attended
By Veterans From Lebanon.
The forty-seventh annual reunion of the veterans of the 35th O.V.I. was
held at Hamilton last Thursday. In this association are most of the veterans
in Lebanon and in Warren County.
The morning session was called to order by President J. W. Meyers. Then
followed the roll call, report of deaths, selection of place of meeting
for next year and other business.
The afternoon session was taken up with the program. The audience sang
America, Mrs. Mary A. Goldrick rendered some music and prayer followed.
J. W. Meyers delivered the address of welcome, and Judge J.
W. O’Neall gave the response. A memorial address was given by
James Fitton. Miss Olga E. Herman sang “Tenting Tonight On the Old
Camp Grounds” as a solo after which two more addresses were delivered
by E. A. Belden and Rev. J. H. Moorehead. Other members gave short talks
and the meeting was closed with the singing of “Marching Through
The veterans and families from this vicinity were: Major J.
W. Budd, Albert Brant,
Thomas Starry and wife,
A. D. Strickler,
Mary Strickler, A.
E. Mulford, John Perrine,
Al Booth, Oscar
Thompson, Selby Wiley,
Joseph W. O’Neall,
John Adams, C.
Randall and wife, J. M. Snook and wife, Frank Cunningham and wife,
Frank Brandon and wife, Mrs. P. O. Monfort and Mrs. Henry Ried.
Source: The Western Star, Lebanon,
Ohio, Thursday, September 28, 1911, page 1
[copy obtained from microfilm available at the Warren
County Genealogical Society]
6 June 2009