The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 21, July 1917 - April, 1918 Page: 380
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380 The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
and interred in the Episcopal cemetery with full Masonic services
and military honors.
The Master who performed this duty despite the excitement of
the day was the same who remained the day after the city was
evacuated by the Confederates, October 6, 1862, and with a detail
of Harmony Lodge No. 6 buried the body of Brother Saul B. Hurl-
burt . . . who was killed accidentally on the 6th near the
gas house. He is well known to all the brethren-Philip Crosby
82Galveston News, January 27, 1895.
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