|Birth: ||Aug. 4, 1813|
|Death: ||Jun. 22, 1890|
Norfolk Ledger Dispatch June 24, 1890
Funeral of Capt. C.O.Boutelle. The remains of this officer, well-known in this city, and whose death in Hampton Sunday had been reported, arrived here this morning on the steamer Luray, with a suitable escort. They were met at the wharf by a number of comrades and friends, several gentlemen belonging to the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey in Washington have reached here this morning by steamer. The remains were taken to Christ Episcopal Church were and at the grave in Elmwood Cemetery, the funeral services, according to the beautiful ritual of the Church, were conducted by Rev. O.S. Barten, D.D., the rector.
The remains were borne by eight sailors of the United States Navy and the following were the honorary pallbearers:
Coast and Geodetic Survey- Mears. H.G. Ogden, S Forney, Charles Junken and F. H. Parsons.
Naval Officers- Capt. Charles S. Norton, of the Navy yard, and Capt. Aug. P. Cooke of the receiving ship Franklin.
Citizens- Capt. B.P. Loyall and Mr. William Camp.
Sacred to the Memory of CHARLES OTIS BOUTELLE, U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survy. Born in Lexington, Mass., Aug. 4, 1813. Died at Hampton, Va., June 22, 1890
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Record added: Mar 08, 2013
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