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Monday, February 13, 2017

17th Century Funerals #virginiapioneersnet

17th Century Ceremonies: The Funeral 

Colonel Richard Cole of Westmoreland County directed in his last will and testament that the minister chosen to conduct the services at his grave should wear a pair of gloves as well as a love scarf. The pall-bearers who were to embrace the leading citizens of the county, were to be similarly dressed; whilst the remainder of the company present were to wear gloves and ribbons. Source: Westmoreland County Records, Vol. 1655-77, p. 186.   Westmoreland Co. VA Genealogy Resources

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