Boyd Canady grave marker
The grave marker of Boyd Canady, a Civil War veteran who died at age 75 in July 1910. The inscription reads, “Co. H., 149 PA. INF.” (Photo by Brad Fuqua/Philomath News)

Published as it appeared on July 25, 1910, in the Daily Gazette-Times, Page 3, Column 3.

Boyd Kennedy, an aged resident of Philomath, died yesterday at the family home. The funeral service will be held at the United Brethren church in Philomath tomorrow afternoon at half past two o’clock, Rev. Ware officiating, the interment to be in the Newton cemetery. Mr. Kennedy was an old soldier and highly respected.

Published as it appeared on July 28, 1910, in the Daily Gazette-Times, Page 1, Column 6.

Died—At his home in our city on Monday morning, July 25th, at four o’clock, Boyd Kennedy, an old resident of Philomath and also an old soldier. Mr. Kennedy had been very feeble all spring and summer and was suddenly taken worse the latter part of last week. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the First U.B. church, with sermon by Rev. A.J. Ware and interment in Newton’s cemetery.

Editor’s note: The grave marker shows his surname spelled as Canady, which is also seen in Civil War records for this individual. Other records show the name spelled Cannady.