“The body of JT Hobstetter1 was laid to rest yesterday in Greenlawn after short services were conducted from his home, 1227 Hutchins street, by Reverend Hugh L Evans. His six brothers, J Fred, Phillip, Henry, John, Adam, and Peter Hobstetter acted as pallbearers. Members of the Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and Spanish War Veterans had a part in the last rites. Mr. Hobstetter being a member of these orders. Veterans of the Spanish-American war fired the parting salute over the grave and taps was sounded by the bugler as the last words of the burial service were spoken.”2JT Hobstetter Funeral. (1922, April 21). Portsmouth Daily Times, p. 12.