Galloway Nelson

Savannah Tribune
Feb. 28, 1920

After an Illness of four months Mr. Galloway Nelson of 541 Orange St.. died on Monday Feb. 10 at 10:30 p.m. He was a native of Marion county, S. C, but coming to Savannah from Augusta had lived here since 1894. He was employed by the M. and M. T. Co. for a number of years. He was confined to bed for sir weeks but bore his illness with patience. He was willing and waiting to die, was faithful until death and wears a crown of life. The funeral was held on Thursday from F. B. B. church. Rev. D. Wright officiating, assisted by Rev. R. Simmons. He was a member of Local Union I. L. A. 1010. He leaves to mourn his death a devoted wife, Mrs. Carrie Lou Nelson ; three daughters, Mrs. Florence Sanders, Mrs. Gertrude Denkins and Mrs. Bertha Bryant of Jacksonville; three sons, Messrs. Arthur A., and John H. Nelson and F. H. Shields of Jacksonville; two brothers, Willis and Evandale Nelson of Marion, S. C. one sister Mrs. Celia Davis of Marion. S. C.; three grarid children, Walter, and Frank Howard and Carrie Nelson.