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June 25 Tuesday
Sister was buried at 3.30 p.m. to-day. I think every one that could go were at the Service in the Church and graveside. Colonel Yeatman did not want a display in the streets so the sisters walked down quietly in twos & threes and the Officers Men & patients followed the coffin Sister's brother's friend was with me and without knowing it we sat on the seat behind that which was reserved for the heads and the coffin was placed in front of them – at least they followed it in – General Featherstone & Miss Conyers Colonel Yeatman Major Anderson & others. The coffin was draped in the Union Jack but when I saw the her red cape & white cap lying on the wreat beautiful

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