The body of Isaac D Surratt, who died Sunday morning in Baltimore, will be brought to this city this morning at 11:30 over the Pennsylvania, to be buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery beside that of his mother, Mrs. Mary E Surratt, who was hanged here in 1865 for complicity in the assassination of President Lincoln.
Funeral services will be held this morning in Baltimore in St. Ann's Catholic Church.
Mr. Surratt was sixty-six years old and a native of Washington. He was a civil engineer, and at the outbreak of the civil war enlisted in the First Texas Cavalry.
After Gen Lee's surrender, the entire company, to which Mr Surratt belonged, went to Mexico. Later Mr Surratt went to Europe, where he spent some years. On his return to this country he went to the home of Mrs. Archibald Jenkins, where he learned for the first time of his mother's death. For thirty-five years Mr. Surratt had lived in Baltimore, where he was chief receiving clerk of the Old Bay line. He was unmarried and made his home with his nephew, Dr Torry.