James City County
|Death: ||Apr. 6, 1900|
Obituary: April 7, 1900, page 8, image 8:
Mr. Washington Bolton Dead.
He passed away yesterday morning.
Mr. Washington Bolton, probably the oldest tailor in Richmond, died at his home, No. 505 West Clay Street, yesterday morning at 3:45 o'clock. His funeral will take place from the residence this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Deceased was 79 years of age, and had resided in Richmond for sixty years. He was born in James City County. His wife died about two years ago, and there now survives three children --Mrs. R.D. Chesterman, Mr. E.H. Bolton, and Mr. F. D. Bolton of Norfolk. Deceased was a gallant Confederate soldier, serving with distinction in Parker's Battery. He was wounded at Spotsylvania Courthouse.
Marianna Mayo Anderson Bolton (1830 - 1898)*
Mary Washington Bolton Chesterman (1850 - 1928)*
Ada Byron Bolton (1854 - 1855)*
Francis Deane Bolton (1856 - 1901)*
Edward Henry Bolton (1860 - 1945)*
Shockoe Hill Cemetery
Plot: Range 21, Section 15, Quarter 1, Row 2, Grave 1.
Created by: ed miller
Record added: Feb 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84883581
Parker's Battery was organized in Richmond, March 1862. It served in S.D. Lee's, Alexander's, and Huger's Battalion of Artillery, A.N.V. It surrendered on 9 April 1865 with 3 members present.|
Added: Jan. 15, 2014