George Baylor (Washington Post)

"Funeral of Capt. George Baylor," Washington (DC) Post, March 14, 1902, p. 9: 3.

Funeral of Capt. George Baylor.
Special to  The Washington Post.

Charlestown, W. Va., March 13.-- The remains of Capt. George Baylor, of Charlestown, who died en route to Jamaica, on the 7th instant, arrived in this city this evening and will be interred here tomorrow.  His death was cabled from Port Antonio Jamaica, whither he was bound in quest of health.  Capt. Baylor was a prominent member of the Jefferson County bar, and was for a number of years a partner in law with the late William L. Wilson.  He became a prominent figure in the civil war, having been captain of the [famous] Baylor Light Horse Cavalry, which did gallant service for the Confederate cause.

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