Col. George V. Thompson. Col. George V. Thompson, a paper manu- facturer, of 44 Murray Street, died yes- terday of acute indigestion at his home, 54 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, after a few days' illness. He was in his eightieth year. He was born in 1830 in Dalton, Mass., and moved fifty years ago to Herkimer County, N.Y., where he or- ganizes a militia company on the out- break of the civil war. This was absorbed into the Thirty-fourth Regiment, New York Volunteers. Starting as Lieutenant, he served throughout the war. He be- came Colonel of the 152d Regiment, New York Volunteers. At the battle of Spott- sylvania Court House Col. Thompson was severely wounded. At the close of the war he became a paper manufacturer at 44 Murray Street. He was a member of the Loyal Legion. A widow and one son survive him.