The one in charge will tell the pallbearers where they are to meet.
Mr. Curtis was one of the pallbearers; that's how I got acquainted with him.
In the back parlor six pallbearers sit upon chairs, all of them bolt upright, with their hands on their knees.
Him and me was pallbearers together for Hen Jackson no more than a month ago, or say five weeks.
The pallbearers straighten their backs, hitch their coat collars and pull on their black gloves.
Veterans of the deep who were in port loading new cargoes, would come and go, walking in silence like pallbearers.
The commander of the escort, previous to the funeral, gives the clergyman and pallbearers all needful directions.
The pallbearers should be Masons, and should be selected by the Master, with the approval of the family of the deceased.
At a church funeral the pallbearers sit in the first pews at the left of the center aisle; the family in those to the right.
Pallbearers are chosen from among his intimate friends; a relative never acts as pallbearer.