July 13, 1905
Funeral of late Capt. George Wray
Body will be borne by six comrades in Old Dominion Dragoons – Funeral from St. John’s
Funeral services over the remains of the late Capt. George Wray, who lied from the effects of burns in the Dixie Hospital Tuesday night, will take place this morning at 11 o’clock from Old St. John’s Episcopal Church. Rev. Reverdy Estill, DD, will conduct the obsequies.
Six of the comrades who served with Capt. Wray in the Old Dominion Dragoons, will act as pallbearers. They are Sheriff R. K. Curtis, Capt. Jesse S. Jones, and Messrs. Keith Sinclair, P. P. Davis, C. H. Phillips and Travis Southall. There are now eight surviving members of the Old Dominion Dragoons.
R. E. Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans, of which the deceased had been a member for several years, will attend the funeral services in a body. The veterans will meet in the office of Commander R. K. Curtis, at 10 o’clock and act as an escort to the remains from the residence to the church.
Mr. Wray’s daughter, Miss Charlotte, who is teaching in Charlottesville, reached home yesterday. His son Bernard, from Augusta, GA, will arrive this morning.