Saturday, December 3, 2016

Union veteran finally will get military burial

Whatever the reason, urns containing the cremated remains of James and Irene Powers sat in "community storage" at a Seattle cemetery for decades until a Kent, Wash., couple with a passion for the Civil War came across them. Now, James Powers, who served in the Union Army, will get the military burial he rightfully deserves. His wife will be buried with him during a Dec. 10 service at Tahoma National Cemetery. • Article

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