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  • Civil war veteran James Powers will get a proper burial

    Urns containing the ashes of Civil War Veteran James Powers and his wife Irena Powers sat unclaimed for decades in Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, then were discovered and will be interred at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent in a ceremony in December.

Urns containing the ashes of Civil War Veteran James Powers and his wife Irena Powers sat unclaimed for decades in Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, then were discovered and will be interred at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent in a ceremony in December. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Urns containing the ashes of Civil War Veteran James Powers and his wife Irena Powers sat unclaimed for decades in Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, then were discovered and will be interred at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent in a ceremony in December. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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