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The Columbus Journal, January 8, 1902
SMALL--The funeral of Herman L. Small took place here Saturday last, the body being brought from Omaha, at which place Mr. Small died January 1. Funeral was from the residence of E. P. Ballou, services conducted by Rev. Munro. Mr. Small was born at New Bedford, N.H., in 1853; served three years in the Sixth Vermont regiment; was a lieutenant of one of the companies; moved to this city in 1872, living here thirteen years, and a portion of the time was employed in the Union Pacific depot. He was a member of the first band organization in Columbus. Since leaving here his residence had been at Norfolk and Omaha. He leaves a widow, four daughters and one son.
He served during the Civil War with the 6th Vermont Infantry, Company "C", where he held the rank of 2nd Lt.
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