Innes B Payne
Kentucky State Journal, Saturday, June 15, 1880, page 1
The venerable Innes B Payne, who has reached the advanced age of eighty-eight years, will attend the annual reunion of the veterans of the war of 1812 to be held at Paris, Ky. June 18th.
Kentucky State Journal, Saturday, June 14, 1881, page 1
The venerable Innes B Payne of this city, one
of the few veterans of the War of 1812, yet he will probably be able to attend
the annual meeting of the old soldiers to be held in Paris, this State, the 18th
inst. that being the anniversary of the declaration of the war against Great
Britain by the United States. The city of Paris, as usual for a dozen
years will give them a dinner this years at the Bourbon House. The
railroad passes them free.
Kentucky State Journal, Saturday, June 18, 1881, page 1
The venerable Innes B Payne of this city, and who is now over ninety years of age, attended the meeting of the veterans of the war of 1812, held at Paris Ky. today.
Kentucky State Journal, Tuesday, May 9, 1882, page 1
The funeral of Innis B Payne, the well known and highly respected citizen, took place from the Taylor Street M E Church yesterday, and was largely attended by sympathizing friends. The remains were interred in Evergreen Cemetery.
The pall bearers were; John Maphet, Judge Boyd, Captain Tinker and Mr. Cleary.
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