Chattanooga Times/Funeral arrangements for Loveman Noa
|Chattanooga Times (1902)
Cadet Loveman Noa. Funeral Arrangements Have Been Perfected
|David Bernard Loveman Noa (1878–1902) was an officer in the United States Navy who was murdered by Filipino insurgents— Excerpted from Loveman Noa on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Source: Chattanooga Times, February 23, 1902, p. 3
The arrangements for the interment of the body of Naval Cadet Loveman Noa have about been completed. The remains are expected to arrive Wednesday morning about 9 o'clock. From the train they will be taken to the Noa residence, where they will remain until the funeral services are over. The services at the house will be brief and only attended by intimate friends of the family. At 2 o'clock the remains, escorted by Troop B, cavalry, will be taken to the National cemetery. The pall-bearers will be six sergeants, three of the infantry and three from the cavalry troop. These will bear the casket, and in addition there will be eight honorary pall-bearers consisting of officers of Toncray camp, Spanish-American War Veterans. The Chattanooga Military band will also accompany the remains to the grave.
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