ALBERT S. BONAR
Bonar was born on November 7, 1866, and
passed away Monday morning, April 1, 1946,
at the Jewish Hospital, Cincinnati, at the
age of 79 years, five months and 24 days.
He was the son
of the late Charles and Elizabeth Yelton
Bonar. He was the oldest of eight children
and grew to young manhood on the Bonar home
place, where he was born. His father died
when he was a young man and he remained on
at the home to give his mother tender care
and comfort for the remainder of her life.
For the past
seven years he has made his home with his
nephew, Ralph Conover.
He is survived
by one sister, Mrs. Minnie Wallace of
Cincinnati; four nephews, Ralph Conover of
Caddo, Charles Bonar of Detroit, Michigan,
Verner Wallace of Blanchester, Ohio, and Lew
Wallace Jr. of Cincinnati; three nieces,
Mrs. Pearl Cummins and Mrs. Margaret Miller
of Cincinnati and Mrs. Ann Frazier of
as he was called by his friends, was a
progressive citizen. He was quiet and
unassuming, was ever ready to do good for
some one, and to help whenever possible to
lighten the burden of his fellowman. His
quiet disposition covered a kind heart, and
his religion was one of works as well as
faith. Mr. Bonar joined the Pine Grove
Church when a young man.
services were held at the Pine Grove
Methodist Church Wednesday, April 3, at 2
P.M. Rev. D. V. C. Black was in charge,
assisted by Rev. E. L. Griffy.
songs, "Lead Kindly Light" and "Abide With
Me," were rendered by Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Fossett. Mrs. Roscoe Tucker and Frazer
Norris, accompanied by Mrs. George Morris.
were laid to rest in the Lenoxburg
Cemetery. Thomas & Fossett, undertakers,
were in charge.
The pallbearers were Emery Moore, H. V.
Pugh, Arnold McClanahan, George Morris, Hall
Sharon and Gaylord Morris.