HILTON STEWARD ENSLOW GRAVESTONE PHOTO
The Ottawa Herald, Monday, Dec. 13, 1920
Died: Dec. 11, 1920
Enslow--- The funeral of Rev. Hilton Stewart Enslow will be held tomorrow afternoon from the Lamb Chapel, Rev. B. F. Pugh is to conduct the services at 2 o’clock. The G. A. R. will also take part in the services. Those who will act as pallbearers are S. F. Beeler, P. G. Shanklin, Peter Kaiser, Robert Thompson, N. W. McCandless and J. S. Forgey. Mr. Enslow dropped dead Saturday afternoon while walking in his yard, two miles west of Ottawa. He was born December 8, 1845 in Middletown, Ill. The deceased was a Civil war veteran, having enlisted February 10, 1865 with Company D, 152nd Illinois Infantry. He was discharged at the close of the war, September 11, 1865. He joined the George H. Thomas Post here by muster April 12, 1900. Mr. Enslow, came here in 1872, from Illinois. The widow Mrs. Minerva McCullough Enslow, to whom he was married October 10, 1889 near Erie, two sons, Walter and Harold Enslow, eight grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren, survive. Burial will be in Hope cemetery.