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President Wilson Visits Mobile 

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Trenton Evening Times, October 27, 1913 

 Obituary of William M. Bolton

William M. Bolton, aged eighty-four years, a native of Mobile County, who for many years operated a farm in Halls Mill Road, a Confederate Veteran and Christian gentleman, died Monday night at Pascagoula, Miss, after an illness of one month's duration. He is survived by nine children, H. H., M., R. L., Joesph E., J. S. Bolton of Mobile; Mrs. U. J. Rabby of Pascagoula, Mrs. P. S. Antoine, Mrs. Alice Mallory, Mrs. Charles Kramer of this county; one brother, J. H. Bolton; one sister, Mrs. E. Rowell; a number of grand-children and other relatives. Deceased was a member of Semmes camp Confederate Veterans, having been a gallant soldier during the Civil War. The remains were brought to Mobile Tuesday and taken to the home of his son, J.E. Bolton, on Bay Avenue in Oakdale, from which place the funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon and later from Zion Baptist Church at Mertz.

Montgomery Advertiser, December 10, 1913 

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