The Owingsville Outlook Thursday, August 25, 1910
Captain William Penrose Conner
Hall of the Bath Lodge, No. 55, and A. M., Owingsville, Kentucky, August 12, 1910.
Whereas the inexorable laws of nature have by death taken from us our brother, friend and
neighbor Captain William Penrose, who died August 10, 1910, therefore be it resolved
that, in his death while at a ripe old age, we deeply deplore his death, and that this lodge
loses an honored and faithful member, the county a brave and gallant patriot and the
community a kind and benevolent citizen.
Resolved that we extend to his family, especially his son, who has so faithfully nursed
him for the past several years, and who will so much miss his kindly presence, our sincere
sympathy in their loss.
Resolved that the brethren wear a badge of mourning and the lodge room be suitably
draped for a period of thirty days.
Be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of the
deceased, a copy be spread upon the records of the lodge, and a third one be sent to the
Masonic Home Journal and one to The Owingsville Outlook for publication. C. F. Martin,
J. K. Wells, Albert Palmer, Committee.