Brooklyn Standard Union of April 3 1907. LOTHIAN MACNIFF
The funeral services of Lothian MACNIFF, who died on March 29, were held at his home, 440 Lafayette avenue, last night, by Winchester Post, No. 197, G. A. A., and by Long Island Council No. 173, Royal Arcanum of which he was a member. The Grand Army services were conducted by
Commander William A. G. HOOTON, assisted by a large staff of Winchester Post, and were very impressive. Comrade MACNIFF was a veteran of the Civil War, and his last service was under SHERIDAN in the Shenandoah Valley. He was a member of Company A, Eighty-fourth Regiment, N. Y.
Vols. He was connected with the commission firm of Dunham & Buckley and James A. Dunham for twenty years. He had lived in Brooklyn for forty years, and for many years he had attended the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church. He was born in Tivoli, N.Y. His last illness was the
only one from which he had suffered since the war. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery to-day.
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