Zophar P. Horton died on October 11 at his home in Everett after a long illness, aged 67 years, five months and 29 days. He was born at Hopewell and at the outbreak of the Civil War enlisted in Co. F, 8th Regt. P. R. V. C., later serving in the 191st Regt. He was a member of the M. E. Church and was a highly respected citizen. His wife, who was Miss Mary Sharrer, and these children survive: Emory, Nash and Chester, at home; Mrs. W. R. Anderson of Six Mile Run, Frank of Johnstown, Mrs. May Cornelius, Howard, Clarence and Wilbur, of New Jersey. Interment was made at Everett on October 13, Rev. J. S. Souser conducting the services.
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