Obituaries from Tampa Tribune (1896-2001) - Van R. C. Wisner site

Obituaries from The Tampa Tribune:

*Note: The Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative has an online obituary index that can be accessed through their catalog (telnet version). It includes a date and page reference to every obituary published in The Tampa Tribune since it began publishing in 1895 all the way through 1985, as well as references to obituaries and articles published in various other Tampa newspapers.


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"AGIRIS - George Agiris, age forty-five years, died last night at a local hospital after a brief illness. As Mr. Agaris has no relatives here, the body is being held by J. L. Reed until instructions are received from friends in Chicago." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 12, 1918, p. 5.
"ALFORD, MRS. CORA LEE - Funeral services for Mrs. Cora Lee Alford, age 56, a resident of Plant City, who passed away in a Tampa hospital Friday morning, will be held Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the Youmans Baptist Church, with The Rev. Heard T. Burnett officiating, assisted by The Rev. Jay Z. Crofton. Burial will be in Mt. Olive Cemetery, with the Hopkins Funeral Home directing the arrangements. Survivors are five daughters, Mrs. Andrew Szanyi, of Auburndale; Mrs. Austin McLain, of Lakeland; Mrs. Bennie Pitts, Mrs. Louis Mills and Miss Clara M. Alford, all of Plant City; three sons, Rufus R. Alford, Tampa; Lewis G. Alford and Billy R. Alford, of Plant City; a sister, Mrs. Eugene Martin, of Colquitt, Ga.; also 18 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, July 10, 1954, p. 2.
"AMOS - Funeral services for Mr. Guy Neil Amos, age 47, of 8420 South Meadowview Circle will be held this morning at ten o'clock from the Chapel of Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Ltd. ROEL & CURRY FUNERAL HOME, LTD. 4730 N. Armenia Ave. Telephone 877-7676" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, August 1, 1977, p. 7D.
"ALONSO - Mrs. Oliva Alonso, twenty-eight years old, died at a local hospital at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. The funeral services will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the residence at Fifteenth street and Seventh avenue. Interment will be made in the Centro Asturiano Cemetery, in charge of W. Primo Lord, funeral director. Besides her husband, Pamos? Alonso, the deceased in survived by one small child." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, November 16, 1921, p. 7.
"ARTHUR, MRS. LOIS CROZIER - Funeral services for Mrs. Lois Crozier Arthur, 79, of 211 W. Wilder, will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, from the Chapel of SNIPES FUNERAL HOME, 6712 N. Armenia Ave., wiht Rev. Withers Blake, assistant Pastor of the 1st United Methodist Church of Tampa, officiating. Survivors include one son, Robert K. Arthur of Brooksville; one daughter, Mrs. Ellen Fyfe of Tampa; one brother, John Oscar Crozier of Brandon; one sister, Mrs. Kathleen Jones of Tampa; four grandchildren, Tommy Fyfe, David Fyfe, Danny Patrick abd Carola Arthur; one great-granddaughter, Linda Sue Fyfe. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1969, p. A19.
"ANDERSON, PETER MARTIN - Funeral services for Peter Martin Anderson, 603 N. Collins St., Plant City, who passed away Friday, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the chapel of Wells Funeral Home. Rev. J. S. Garner, will officiate. Interment Oakland Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lily Anderson; daughters, Mrs. Thomas H. Meek and Mrs. Lonnie Brown of Lakeland and Miss Edith Anderson of Plant City; sons, Howard M., Winter Park, and Curtis L. Anderson of Plant City. The following will serve as pallbearers and meet at the chapel as 1:45 o'clock: H. H. Huff, Arden Mays, Grady Smith, H. B. Sparkman, Ken Kimble and Harrell West." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"ALFRED AINSWORTH - CLEARWATER, Aug. 17. - (By Staff Writer) - Alfred Ainsworth, 92, of 212 North Orangeview Ave., retired wholesale merchant who came here 10 years ago and was a Winter visitor from Providence, R. I., for 30 years, died today in a Tampa rest home. Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. George W. Esler, Clearwater, and a son, Stanley Ainsworth, Venice." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"ALDRICH, John, 81, of Valrico, passed away Saturday, April 7, 2001. Survivors include his wife, of 52 years, Minnie Lee Aldrich; son, John P. Aldrich and his wife Theresa of Valrico and two grandsons, Tyler and Andrew Aldrich. Mr. Aldrich was born in New Brunswick, N.J. He was a U.S. Air Force Veteran of World War II and was a POW in the Bataan Corregidor Death March. Graveside services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Florida National Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening from 6-8:00 p.m. at the funeral home. BLOUNT CURRY & ROEL Garden of Memories Chapel (813) 626-3161" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, April 10, 2001, p. 9 (FL/Metro)
"PAUL A. ALLEN, 84, of Brown Street, Plant City, died Thursday. A native of New York, he had lived in east Hillsborough County 22 years. He was of the Methodist faith. He is survived by his wife, Bessie; two sons, Arthur of Fresno, Calif., and Malcomb of Homer, N.Y.; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Memorial Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 15, 1984, p. B11.
"MRS. CAROLINA C. ANABEL - Funeral services for Mrs. Carolina C. Anabel, 74, of Detroit, who died at her winter home here Friday, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with the Rev. J. E. Grimes, of Lake Magdalene United Brethren church, conducting the services. Burial will be in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 12, 1932, p. 2. Also: "MRS. CAROLINE C. ANABEL - Fuenral services for Mrs. Caroline C. Anabel, 74, of Detroit, who died last Friday at her winter home here, were held yesterday from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with the Rev. Harvey M. Landis of the Church of the Brethren and the Rev. J. E. Grimes of the Lake Magdalene United Brethren church conducting the services. Burial was in Oak Grove cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 13, 1932, p. 2.
"ATTENTION POCAHONTAS No. 4 - Members of the Pocahontas Council No. 4 are requested to meet at the Council Hall, 909 1/2 Florida ave. this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our sister, Mrs. Eliza Ellen Almyda, which will be at Blount's Fuenral Home at 4:00 o'clock. (signed) MRS. BILL CORSBY, President." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1944, p. 2.
"JOSEPH DANIEL AMOS JR., 30, of 4101 S. Trask St., Tampa, died Thursday in Freeport, Bahamas, of injuries sustained in an auto accident. He was a lifetime resident of Tampa. He was an electronics engineer with Interstate Electronics Corp. He graduated from Robinson High School and DeVry Institute of Atlanta. He is survived by his father, Joseph D. of Tampa; and four sisters, Phyllis Weir Amos-King of Baltimore, Sarah Ann Amos of Tampa, Joan Marie Kovach of Arlington, Texas, and Mary Elizabeth Reidelbach of Oxnard, Calif. Curry and Son Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 15, 1984, p. B11.
"ANTHONY, Bavlin Bryant, 6, of Tampa. Died Thursday. Duval Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"ALJANI - Funeral services for Mohamed Said Aljani, 67, of 2302 Fern Circle will be held at a later date in Damascus, Syria. Survivors are five sons, Ihsam, Abdulilah, Saadi, Safwan, and Orfan Ajlani; two daughters, Sabahat Kasm & Nabila Baitamouni; nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Local arrangements in charge of the A.P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL 3809 N. Armenia Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"ALVES, CLIFFORD - Clifford Alves, 121 Palencia Pl., Lakeland, Fla., passed away Tuesday at Lakeland General Hospital. Mr. Alves was a former employee of the Tribune. Funeral services will be held Friday, 10:30 A.M. at the Dukes-Steen Funeral Home, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"ARGENTO, Charles Sr., 72, of Holiday died Saturday. North Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"ALLIGOOD, John C. Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Alligood, Sr., died Monday in Erlangen, Germany. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"ALFORD - Mr. Ernest S. (Jimmy) Alford, Jr., 55, of Tampa, passed away Saturday night. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel of the F.T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Ralph Gowing officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. A native of Ft. Meade, Florida, Mr. Alford had lived in Tampa for the past 47 years, and was a member of the D.A.V. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Evelyn Alford, Tampa; four sons, Ernest S. Alford III, George W. Alford, both of Gibsonton, Michael Alford, Brandon, Eugene Alford, stationed with the U.S. Army in Germany; one daughter, Sheila Rogers, Gibsonton; two stepsons, James Smith, Tampa, Wayne Smith, Hollywood, Cal.; one stepdaughter, Sandra Kearly, Moseley, Va.; one sister, Elizabeth Collier, Tampa; maternal grandmother, Mary L. Thompson, Tampa; two aunts; eleven grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, January 22, 1980, p. 7-D.
"ALFRED AINSWORTH - CLEARWATER, Aug. 17. - (By Staff Writer) - Alfred Ainsworth, 92, of 212 North Orangeview Ave., a retired wholesale merchant who came here 10 years ago and was a Winter visitor fro Providence, R. I., for 30 years, died today in a Tampa rest home. Survivors include his daugnter, Mrs. George W. Esler, Clearwater, and a son, Stanley Ainsworth, Venice." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"MRS. TENA ALDRIDGE - Mrs. Tena Gornto Aldridge, 74, of Limona, a lifetime resident of Hillsborough County, died yesterday afternoon. She is survived by two brothers, John Gornto, Brandon, and Gordon Gornto, Limona; a sister, Mrs. Lillian Martin, Brandon, and several nieces and nephews." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1959, p. A8.
"MRS. LORENE ANONSEN - Mrs. Lorene Anonsen, 48, of 207 West Crest, died Sunday morning at her residence. Living in Tampa most of her life, she is survived by her husband, Earl J. Anonsen, her mother, Mrs. May McCormick, Tampa; and a brother, Rupert J. Thomas, Jr., Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"ANTONIA 'TONI' C. ALVAREZ, 78, of Sarasota died Thursday. She was a native of Tampa and a 48-year resident of Sarasota. She is survived by her husband, Ben; two daughters, Carmen Madsen of Tampa and Thelma of Sarasota; one brother, Raymond Carnus of Tampa; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Robarts Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"MRS. ANGELA AVIN - Mrs. Angela Avin, 82, 2136 St. Conrad St., died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Havana, Cuba, she had lived in Tampa 58 years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Milton Terrel and Mrs. S. B. Hopson, Tampa; one son, Armando Avin, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. uJana Alvarez, Tampa; three brothers, Lucas and Onofrio Garrido, Tampa, and Anicetto Garrido, Cuba; eight grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 16, 1963, p. A2.
"AUBERT, Lawrence Joseph, 77, of Sebring, died Sunday. Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home, Sebring." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"MAX ADLER - BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Max Adler, 86, philanthropist and retired executive of Sears, Roebuck and Company. Born in Elgin, Ill. Died Tuesday." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"MADISON AVERY - CLEARWATER, March 14. - (Special.) - Madison Avery, 34, refrigeration engineer, died yesterday following an emergency operation. He is survived by his widow, two children and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Avery of Cleveland, Fla." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, March 15, 1937, p. 2.
"JACK ALFONSO, JR. - Jack Alfonso, jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alfonso, of 1603 Fourteenth avenue, died yesterday at the home of his parents." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 24, 1941, p. 2.
"NICOLAS ALFONSO - Nicolas Alfonso, 51, died at his residence, 1708 1-2 Thriteenth street yesterday afternoon. Funeral arrangements have not been completed." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, September 17, 1927 p. 10.
"SAMUEL E. AKE - ST. CLOUD, Nov. 6 - (Special) - Samuel E. Ake, 86, died at his home here suddenly Wednesday morning. He had been a resident here for the past six years." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"YVETTE ARTZ, 22, of Riverview died. She had lived in the area all of her life and was a housewife. She is survived by her husband, Gene; her parents, John and Yvonne Morgan of Riverview; three brothers, John Morgan of Gibsonton, Michael and Grady Morgan, both of Riverview; eight sisters, Betty Starkey of Gibsonton, Brenda Burch of Tampa, Janice Burch, Sheila Bradbury, Angel Morgan, Haley Morgan, Inga Morgan and Sandra Morgan, all of Riverview; maternal grandfather, John Clawsoe of Mount Pleasant, Tenn.; and paternal grandfather, Grady Morgan of Tampa. Stowers Funeral Home, Riverview." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"MALCOLM ANGLIN - WINTER HAVEN, Nov. 6 - (Special) - Malcolm Anglin, 40, died last night after a short illness. A native of Panama City, Mr. Anglin moved here as a youth." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"ADAMS, MRS. FRANKLIN O. (CAROLINE K.) - Funeral services for Mrs. Franklin O. (Caroline K.) Adams, 610 North A St., passed away at a local hospital Monday morning will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 P. M. in the chapel of Walter's Funeral Home with The Rev. Millard C. Cleveland, pastor of the First Methodist Church officiating. Cremation will follow. She is survived by her husband, Franklin O. Adams, Sr., one son, Franklin O. Adams, Jr., and a daughter, Miss Caroline Adams, all of Tampa." Also, obituary: "MRS. FRANKLIN O. ADAMS - Mrs. Franklin O. Adams, 610 North A St., died at a local hospital Monday morning. A native of Georgetown, Miss., she had been a resident of Tampa for the last 40 years. She is survived by her husband, Franklin O. Adams, Sr., of Tampa; a son, Franklin O. Adams, Jr., of Tampa; and a daughter, Miss Caroline Adams, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"ALLEN, THOMAS M. - The remains of Mr. Thomas M. Allen, 73, resident of 1506 Morgan, who passed away at a local hospital Sunday night, were sent Monday night by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Hart's Funeral Home, Macon, Ga., for funeral services. Interment will be in Fort Hill Cemetery, Macon, Ga." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"ARCHER, GEORGE F. - Funeral services for George F. Archer, 82, of Key West, who died yesterday, will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the First Congregational Church of Key West. Mr. Archer was a charter member of the church where he taught Sunday school for 60 years and served as organist and choir director. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Mary E. Archer; three sons, Ben E. Archer, Homestead, Wilbur E. Archer, Atlanta, and George E. Archer, Charlottte, N. C.; three daughters, Mrs. W. D. Hearne, Tampa, Mrs. A. T. Sanchez, Tampa, and Mrs. Neil M. Knowles, Key West, 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"Former Tampan Dies in Illinois - Mrs. Pauline Mitchell Abbott, 81, died Wednesday in Mattoon, Ill. A resident of Tampa for many years, she was a member of the Poinsettia Rebecca Lodge and the North Tampa Presbyterian Church. Survivors are her husband, James G. Abbott; one daughter, Mrs. Daniel T. Gerow, Tampa; one son, Emor H. Abbott, Chicago. Mrs. Walter J. Murphy, Jr., Tampa, is one of three granddaughters. Services will be held in Illinois." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1953, p. A2.
"ARMSTRONG, MR. DANIEL HUBERT - Mr. Daniel Hubert Armstrong, 45, of Palm River, passed away in a local hospital Tuesday. Funeral services will be held in the Palm River Baptist Church at 4 o'clock this afternoon with the Rev. Milan Gowing, pastor of the church, officiating. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are Cecil Soloman, William Massey, 'Pop' Gibson, W. L. Almand, Clarence Law and Manuel Roberts. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Men's Bible Class and Windhorst No. 185 Masonic Lodge. Mr. Armstrong is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Raydell Almand, of Tampa; two sons, Leo E. Armstrong, U. S. Navy, and Luke L. Armstrong, of Tampa; his mother, Mrs. Grace Armstrong, of Brunswick, Neb.; three sisters, Mrs. Irene Keetle, of Brunswick, Mrs. Nettie Mae Rader, of Brunswick and Mrs. Elaine Van Ostrand, of Dallas, Texas; two brothers, Frank Armstrong, of Brunswick and Roger Armstrong, of Staunton, Neb., and four grandchildren. F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"FRANCESCO AITA - LAKELAND, Oct. 12 - (Special) - Francesco Aita, 76, died yesterday afternoon at the Carpenter's Home hospital." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"RALPH ADDISON - Ralph E. Addison, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Addison, of 4203 Seminole, died unexpectedly yesterday morning in a local hospital. He was born in Donaldsonville, Ga., and moved with his parents to Tampa, where they have resided for the last nine months. He is survived also by his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Addison, Bainbridge, Ga., and maternal grandfather, T. S. Harrington, Rocky Ford, Ga." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"MAXIMINO ALVAREZ - Maximino Alvarez, 61, of 2317 St. Conrad St., died yesterdat morning at a local hospital. He was a member of the Centro Espanol Club and the Knights of the Golden Eagle Lodge, 'Castillo Cristobal Colon No. 7.' He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ofelia Alvarez; a son, Maximino Alvarez, Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Grace Fernandez, Tampa; three brothers, Antonio and Frank Alvarez, Indianapolis, Ind., and Lorenzo Alvarez, Cuba; three sisters, Mrs. Evangelina Garcia, Miss Manuela Alvarez and Mrs. Maria Josefa Torra, of Cuba, and three grandchildren." Also, funeral notice: "ALVAREZ, MAXIMINO - Funeral services for Mr. Maximino Alvarez, 61, of 2317 St. Conrad St., will be held today at 4 P. M. from the A. P. Boza Chapel. Interment in Centro Espanol Memorial. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ofelia Alvarez; a son, Maximino Alvarez, Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Grace Fernandez; three brothers, Antonio, Frank and Lorenzo; three sisters, Evangelina, Manuela and Maria Josefa, and three grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"MRS. SARA AYALA - Mrs. Sara Mackay Ayala, 79, 2627 Swarm Dr., died yesterday. She had lived in Tampa most of her life and was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. She is survived by two sons, R. Gabe Ayala and W. DeHart Ayala of Tampa; and a daughter, Mrs. John W. Paxton, Vienna, Va." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"ARNOLD, DAISY G. - Funeral services for Daisy G. Arnold, 78, of 2010 Flagler St., will be conducted Monday morning at 20 o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home, with Dr. Robert A. Poland, pastor of the Seminole Heights Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be ine Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"DR. EDGAR V. ALLEN - ROCHESTER, Minn., June 16 (AP) - Dr. Edgar V. Allen, 61, member of the Mayo Clinic staff since 1930 and former president of the American Heart Association, died Wednesday of pneumonia. Allen, who was internationally known for studies of diseases of the heart and blood vessels, was born in Cozad, Neb." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"AGGENS, Carl G., 75, of New Port Richey. Died Sunday. A native of Chicago and a retred retail grocer. North Funeral Home, Port Richey." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"USF Professor Dies at 50 - John Boman Adams, Ph.D., 50, a professor at the University of South Florida, died yesterday morning. He lived at 303 Bannockburn, Temple Terrace. A native of Waverly, Ala., and a former resident of Orlando, he was a faculty member for five years. After receiving his doctorate in anthropology from the University of Chicago, he served as professor at Washington University, Black Mountain University, American University of Baghdad, American University of Cairo, Shimer College and American University of Beirut. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Janet Mae Adams, his daughter, Branwen Adams, his son, Brayton Adams, all of Tampa; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, Orlando, and two brothers, T. O. Adams, New Orleans, and Beverly George Adams, Orlando." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 6, 1967.
"NEWTON AMBROSE - Funeral services for Newton Ambrose, who died Wednesday, were held yesterday afternoon from the B. Marion Reed funeral home with the Rev. H. F. Tolle officiating. Interment was in Oaklawn cemetery at Winter Haven." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 16, 1931, p. 2.
"ASHLEY - Mrs. C. R. Ashley, aunt of Mrs. Y. R. Beasley, of this city, died Tuesday at her home on Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. Beasley left following word of the death, to attend the funeral, which was held yesterday. She is survived by her husband and eight sons." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, February 15, 1918.
"EDWIN ALSTON - Edwin Alston, 80, Lutz, died Sunday morning in a local hospital. A native of London, England, he had resided in Tampa for 10 years. He was a member of Austin H. Scroggin Lodge No. 1034 F&AM in Chicago, Ill. And is survived by one son, William Alston, Lutz; five grandchildren; a great-granddaughter, and a brother, Sidney Alston, England." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, June 19, 1962, p. 2-A.
"WARREN JASPER ASKEW - Funeral services for Warren Jasper Askew, 2-year-old son of Mrs. W. C. Jones, of 3203 Delwial street, were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the chapel of Mortician F. T. Blount, with interment in Woodlawn cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Fisher conducted the services." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, March 13, 1927.
"ARTIGAS - Jose M. Artigas died at noon yesterday at his residence, 1019 Orange street, West Tampa, aged forty-eight. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock. The deceased is survived by two daughters - Mrs. B. Rodriguez and Miss Mercedes Artigas - and two sons - Raphael and Dagaberto Artigas. Funeral arrangements are in the hands of Undertaker W. Primo Lord." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 28, 1919.
"ANONSEN, MRS. LORENE - Funeral services for Mrs. Lorene Anonsen, 48, a resident of 207 West Crest, who passed away Sunday morning at her residence, will be held Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. Robert A. Poland of the Seminole Heights Presbyterian Church, to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be W. Harvey Rawls, L. B. Browning, E. R. Lewis, Edward Medard, C. Russell Schaker, and Earl L. Branch. Honorary pallbearers will be David W. White, Fred L. Stephens, H. A. Woods, and L. L. Nundy." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951.
"GEORGE W. ATKINS - ST. CLOUD, Dec. 21 - (Special) - George W. Atkins, a resident here for four years, died Sunday." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"MRS. CAROLA ACKER - Mrs. Carola Acker, former resident of Tampa and Crystal Springs, died Aug. 11th in Mesa, Ariz., after a month's illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Sharp. Besides Mrs. Sharp, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. E. B. Schlant, of San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Acker was a former member of the Christian Science church in Tampa." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 24, 1934.
"AYER - Word has been received here of the death of Malcolm Ayer, who was drowned Sunday in the Laredo river in Texas Sunday. The deceased is a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ayer of Toleda, O., until recently residents of Ocala and Leesburg. Mrs. Ayer is a sister of A. R. Stephens, of No. 825 South Orleans." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"ALFREDO ALVAREZ - Alfredo Alvarez, 48, of 1810 Thirteenth avenue, died yesterday at his home. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Virginia Alvarez, four sons, Alfredo, jr., Armando, Marlo, Miguel, and two daughters, Ida and Zoila Alvarez; a brother, Angel Alvarez of New York, and a sister, Mrs. Caridad Auli of Mexico." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 6, 1936.
"Car Wreck Kills Tampa Salesman - PALMETTO, Feb. 8 - (By Staff Writer) - Lorenzo Dow Ault, III, 28, of 125 "B" Danube St., Tampa, was killed early this morning when his car hit a small bridge abutment two miles north of the community of Parrish, near here, on U.S. Highway 301. State Trooper W. D. Moore, who investigated, said the accident occurred about 1 o'clock this morning, and Ault died in a hospital in Bradenton about an hour later. Moore said Ault was evidently traveling about 50 miles an hour when his car veered to the left of the highway, struck the abutment, and continued on 150 feet on to the right shoulder of the road. Ault was thrown out of the car. Cause Unknown - Exact cause of the accident could not be determined, but officers said apparently Ault went to sleep at the wheel. A native of Cincinnati, he was employed as a salesman for the Reeves Fence Corporation and also worked at the Tampa dog track. He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Cincinnati. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Ault, II, Washington D.C.; and a sister, Mrs. Cynthia A. Stephens, also of Washington. Ault's death was Manatee County's third traffic fatality of the year. Two brothers were killed Jan. 1 when their truck was struck by a train at a crossing on the Ellenton-Gillette road." Published in The Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"JACK ARNEST - SARASOTA, Oct. 10 - (Special) - Jack Arnest, 11, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Arnest of Sarasota, died today in a Tampa hospital after an illness of about a year. He was removed to the hospital early this week when his condition became critical." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 11, 1941.
"MISS MARIA ALFIERI - Miss Maria Alfieri, 43, 62nd street and Michigan avenue, died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Rosalia Alfieri, and a brother, Pietro Alfieri, both of Tampa." Also, funeral notice: "ALFIERI, MISS MARIA - Funeral services for Miss Maria Alfieri, 43, who died yesterday, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence, 2017 Corine st. Interment will be in L'Unione cemetery. Miss Alfieri is survived by her mother, Mrs. Rosalia Alfieri, and a brother, Pietro Alfieri, both of Tampa. Arrangements by Lord and Fernandez." Both published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, August 5, 1942, p. 2.
"JOSEPH ARWADY - Funeral services for Joseph Arwday, 62, of 3105 Armenia avenue, who died Friday morning, were held yesterday afternoon from the residence with the Rev. T. H. Young, of the House of Prayer, officiating. Interment was in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), November 4, 1929, p. 2.
"Memorial services will be held for Gertrude Arak, today, 4:30 p.m. at Temple Schaaral Zedek, 3303 Swann Avenue. Rabbi Richard Birnholz will officiate. BETH DAVID CHAPEL JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS OF TAMPA 874-3330" From Tampa Tribune, Feb. 20, 1988.
"MRS. VIRGIA ANDREWS - Mrs. Virgia L. Andrews, 54, of 4408 Neptune St., Tampa, and of Wimauma, died Thursday afternoon at her residence. A native of Collins, Ga., she had resided in Hillsborough County for 35 years, and was empolyed by the Hav-A-Tampa Cigar Company. Mrs. Andrews is survived by two sons, F. E. Andrews, Atlanta, and B. S. Andrews, Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. R. O. Stallings, Tampa, and Mrs. A. J. Eason, Collins, Ga.; four brothers, L. H. Hamilton, Tampa, C. E. Hamilton, Temple Terrace, E. Hamilton, Jr., Tampa, and E. Y. Hamilton, Americus, Ga., and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"AVRIETT, W. Frank, 81, of Land O' Lakes died Thursday. Garden of Memories-Myrtle Hill Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"Queen Mother Dies - AMMAN, Hqashemite Jordan, Dec. 21 - (AP) - Queen Mother Aliyah, of Iraq died in Baghdad today, it was announced here. She had been ill for some time." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"Mrs. Lessye L. Amaker, 65, a resident of Tampa for several years, died yesterday in a local hospital. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Annice Torres, 2921 Coachman Ave., with whom she made her home prior to entering the hospital, and Mrs. Louisa McDonald, of Los Angeles; a sister, Mrs. J. Austin Shaffer, Tampa, and a brother, A. R. Phillips, of Greenville, S. C." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"MRS. SOLEDAD ALONZO - Soledad Alonzo, 30, of 3002 Ivy street, died yesterday at her home. Besides her husband, Jose Alonzo, she is survived by a son, Jose, jr., and a daughter, Olga Alonzo; her parents Hr. and Mrs. Oregorio Menendez, and five brothers, Jose, Manuel, Angel, ?????, and Carlos Menendez." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sautrday, August 25, 1934 - photocopy blurry.
"Editor Dies - NASHVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 21. - (U.P.) - George H. Armistead, Sr., 89, editor emeritus of the Nashville Banner and dean of Southern newspaper editors, died today at St. Thomas Hospital here." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"JOHN F. ASHBROOK - Funeral services for John F. Ashbrook, 2, of Ozona, who died Saturday at a hospital from injuries received in a fall at the Tampa Union terminal, will be held this morning from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with the Rev. T. H. Young of the Episcopal House of Prayer conducting the service. Burial will be in Orange Hill cemetery and John Darling lodge No. 154, F. & A. M. will have charge of the services at the grave. He is survived only by his widow." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"ARTECHE - The Funeral Cortege for Mr. Robert P. Arteche will leave from the Garden Chapel of Duval Funeral Homes, 3800 Nebraska Avenue at 10:00 o'clock Saturday morning for interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be: Tom Carson, Dick Traina, Jr., Vincent Catagirone, Oscar Cardoso, Jr., Jerry Roberts, William Haker, Charles Harmon, Dale Hennis. Honorary pallbearers will be: all employees of Tampa & Ft. Myers Boat Mart. The family will receive friends this evening from 7 to 9 o'clock at the Garden Chapel. The family requests that "Flowers Please Be Omitted", contributions may be made to the Centro Asturiano Hospital Fund. Survivors include: his fiancee, Miss Cathy Roberts, Tampa; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raul Arteche, Tampa; grandmother, Mrs. Luisa Arteche, Tampa; three aunts, Miss Katie Puglisi & Mrs. Esther Fernandez, both of Tampa; Mrs. Hilda Simon, Long Island, N.Y.; an uncle, Gus Arteche, Long Island, N.Y." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 13, 1973, p. D11.
"ALFRED ADAMS - PUNTA GORDA, June 5. - (Special) - Alfred Adams, 37, died at the Arcadia hospital today. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Adams; his wife, Mrs. Irene G. Adams; two children, Eloise and Hugh Adams, and one brother Roy Adams. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock Thursday morning at the Methodist church." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 6, 1934, p. 2.
"DANIEL ATCHISON, 21, of Tampa died Thursday. Cause of death was unavailable. A native of New Jersey, he lived in the Bay area for 11 years. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Atchison of Tampa; four brothers, Joseph of New York City, N.Y., William of Jersey City, N.J., and Thomas and James of Tampa; five sisters, Patricia, Michele, Laura and Maureen Ogden, all of Tampa and Catherine Sullivan of Staten Island, N.Y. C.E. Prevatt Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"ARMSTRONG, Corben Lee, 34, of Wauchula died Saturday as the result of an automobile acident. Curry Raley Funeral Home."
"MRS. NELSENE AYCOCK - PLANT CITY, June 13 (Special) - Mrs. Nelsene Aman Aycock, 61, a resident of Route 4 and of Plant City for 37 years, died in a local hospital Monday afternoon. Survivors include one aunt, Mrs. Mattie Aman, Tampa; am uncle, Avil Evers, Plant City; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. W. A. Lastinger, Lithia, and Mrs. Avil Evers, Plant City, and several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"ACOSTA, MRS. MARIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Acosta, 86, of 2114 Palmetto St., will be held Saturday at 4 p.m. at the A. P. Boza West Tampa chapel with burial in Colon. She is survived by three sons, Mario, Rolando, and Rodolfo Acosta; two daughters, Esperanza Sanchez and Josefina Franco. THE FAMILY WILL BE AT 2707 N. ALBANY AVE., AND REQUESTS FLOWERS BE OMMITED." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"MRS. MELLIE B. ALDRICH - Mrs. Mellie B. Aldrich, lifetime resident of Limona, died Thursday in a local nursing home. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Frank Slawson and Mrs. Edna B. Le Gate, both of Brandon; two nieces and one nephew." Also, funeral notice: "ALDRICH, MRS. MELLIE B. - Private graveside services for Mrs. Mellie B. Aldrich, of Limona, will be held this morning at 10:00 A.M. in the Limona Cemetery with the Rev. George B. Warren, pastor of the Brandon Methodist Church, officiating. Arrangements by Stowers Funeral Home." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"ARNOLD, MRS. MARGARET - Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Arnold, 59, of 9818 11th St., will be conducted this afternoon at 12:30 o'clock from Duval's Northside Chapel, 10520 Florida Ave., with the Rev. Guy A. Stoner, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace officiating. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"BERNARDO ALVAREZ - Bernardo Alvarez, 50, died Wednesday night at a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at W. O. W. hall. Burial will be in Centro Asturiano cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1928, p. 2.
"MINER THOMAS AMES - NEW PORT RICHEY, Sept. 9. - (Special) - Miner Thomas Ames, 59, World War I veteran, died last night. He came here last year from Chicago. Surviving are his wife, and a sister, Mrs. Jerrell Bramwell, of New York City." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 10, 1946, p. 2.
"DANE IS CRUSHED TO DEATH UNDER WAGON - WHEEL BREAKS ANDERSON'S RIBS CAUSING RUPTURES - Foreigner Had Been In City Only Two Months - Falls Off High Stack of Feed and is Run Over - Crushed fatally under the wagon which he was driving, Hans Anderson, a Dane, was removed at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning by Policeman W. W. Carter and others at Tampa and Hillsboro streets. A big wagon drawn by a span of mules and laden heavly with feed, had passed over the Dane's chest, snapping the ribs and rupturing arteries. He lived only five minutes. An eyewitness to the accident said the driver toppled off a stack of sacks, on which he had a high seat, and fell between the wagon and the mules. A sack fell to the pavement at the same time. The thud accelerated the pace of the mules which drew the left front wheel against the driver, dragged his body ten feet and rolled the wheel across his prostrate body. In the city only two months, Anderson was employed at Barco's dairy on the Boulevard. He came here from Sacramento, Cal. Like most men who have passed the half century mark, he told of having once a "stake" which he had lost - in Anderson's case it was lost in Mexican land speculations. He was fifty-three years old. He is not known to have any relatives in this part of the world. Coroner Hanna, who was notified, ordered J. L. Reed to take charge of the body, and to search the dead man's clothes. The dead man had nothing more than a pocket knife and a bill for the feed, which was found in his hat band. The bill showed the feed had been purchased from Ennis & Hudgins. After hearing the circumstances, Coroner Hanna did not see the necessity of holding an inquest. Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, September 6. 1913, p. 5.
"ALLEN, BARBARA CLARICE - Barbara Clarice Allen, age 3, of 8915 Dexter St., passed away in a local hospital Tuesday. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the funeral home of F. T. Blount Company with Rev. David Lunsford of 40th Street Church of Christ officiating. Interment will be in Macedonia Cemetery near Lee, Fla. Survivors are her father, Bonnie Allen, of Tampa; a brother, Calvin Allen, of Tampa; a sister, Sandra Allen, of Tampa; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. King, of Lee, Fla.; Mrs. Eliza Allen, of Tennessee." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, August 4, 1949, p. 20.
"MISS KATIE ALDRIDGE - Miss Katie Aldridge, 39, of Riverview, died yesterday. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Dac Aldridge; three brothers, Oakey, Jesse and Rufus W. Aldridge, all of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Carter of Palm Beach, and Mrs. Minnie Tullis, of Valrico. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at Providence cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, March 2, 1931, p. 2.
"ALLAN G. AMBACHER, 78, of Brandon died Monday. He had lived in the Tampa Bay area for 13 years and is survived by his wife, Martha. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"The Rev. Robert H. Anthony, 88, of 7906 Brooks st., retired Presbyterian minister, died yesterday morning. For 60 years he served in churches of Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee before retiring five years ago. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. R. C. Buckner of Sulphur Springs and Mrs. H. F. Stephens of Washington D. C., and a granddaughter." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, Oct. 29, 1944.
"LEESBURG, June 5 - (Special) - Andrew J. Anderson, 67, died suddenly of a heart attack here today." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"MRS. VIRGIA ANDREWS - Mrs. Virgia L. Andrews, 54, of 4408 Neptune St., Tampa, and of Wimauma, died Thursday afternoon at her residence. A native of Collins, Ga., she had resided in Hillsborough County for 35 years, and was empolyed by the Hav-A-Tampa Cigar Company. Mrs. Andrews is survived by two sons, F. E. Andrews, Atlanta, and B. S. Andrews, Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. R. O. Stallings, Tampa, and Mrs. A. J. Eason, Collins, Ga.; four brothers, L. H. Hamilton, Tampa, C. E. Hamilton, Temple Terrace, E. Hamilton, Jr., Tampa, and E. Y. Hamilton, Americus, Ga., and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"ADAMS, W. ANDREW - Funeral services for W. Andrew Adams, age 76, resident of 306 East 7th Ave., will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock from the First Methodist Church, with Dr. E. J. Pendergrass, Dr. J. W. Pearson and Dr. John W. Branscomb, officiating. Pallbearers are Bond Giles, Gettis Henderson, Harry Hudson, James E. Parks, Alfred Lee Adams, Jr., and Tom Henderson, Jr. Honorary are C. E. Hester, John Jordon, Degar Wall, E. J. Keefe, J. A. Griffin, J. L. Cone, Doyle Carlton, Frank M. Cooper, Duval Smith, Victor E. Sharpe, Sr., Dr. Edward Smoak and T. M. Shackleford, members of the board of stewards and board of trustees of the First Methodist Church." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"MRS. CAROLA ACKER - Mrs. Carola Acker, former resident of Tampa and Crystal Springs, died Aug. 11 in Mesa, Ariz., after a month's illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Sharp. Besides Mrs. Sharp, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. E. B. Schlant, of San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Acker was a former member of the Christian Science church in Tampa." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, August 24, 1934, p. 2.
"Friend Identifies River Victim As Mrs. Lottie Allen - The body of an elderly woman found in the Hillsborough River Monday was identified yesterday as Mrs. Lottie Bell Allen, a resident of the Deep South Trailer Park, at 2133 West Hillsborough Ave. Identification was made when a long-time friend, Ethel Field, of 5105 Suwanee Ave., suspected she might be the drowning victim, after reading a newspaper account yesterday. Mrs. Allen was a native of Garden City, Kans., but had lived in Tampa some time. Survivors are her daughter, Mrs. Helen Danzl, of Long Beach, Calif., and two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Woodruff, of San Francisco, and Mrs. Blanche Lamb, of Galena, Kans." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.

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"BROWNE - Mrs. John Wesley Browne, one of the pioneer residents of Hillsborough County, died at 10 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Windhorst, following an illness which began with the death of her husband, April 17. Funeral services will conducted at the family residence at Limona at 4 o'clock this afternoon by Rev. J. C. Tims, and interment will be made in the New Hope Cemetery under the direction of J. L. Reed. The deceased was born in Cork Settlement, October 6, 1846. Before her marriage Mrs. Browne was Miss Susan Florida Blocker. Her marriage occurred Decemebr 12, 1867. She is survived by five daughters and one son, who are: Mrs. Oscar Windhorst, Mrs. Jack Lawes, of Tampa, Mrs. Wilbur LeGate, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Frank D. Slawson, of Janesville, Wis.; Miss Nellie Browne, of Limona, and Colbert T. Browne of the same place. Pallbearers are E. W. Wiggins, of Plant City; C. B. Bryan and J. Ford White, of Tampa, and J. E. Bryan, of Mango, nephews of the deceased; Oscar Windhorst and Jack Lawes, her sons-in-law. Mrs. Browne was an exceptionally lovable Christian character and exhibited rare patience during her last illness. At the time of her husband's death she was in poor health, and rapidly grew worse. She was bedridden for the last six weeks. Mrs. Browne's parents were pioneers of the Cork Settlement, having moved there many years ago from South Carolina. Mrs. Browne will be laid to rest this afternoon in the family burial plot in New Hope Cemetery near Brandon beside the remains of her husband." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 25, 1915, p. 14.
"BETTS - Joseph Betts, sixty-five years old, a wealthy retired lumberman, died at a local hospital at 6 o'clock yesterday morning following a lingering illness. He came to Tampa about three years ago from Scott, O., and settled at Lake Magdalene. He leaves a widow, three daughters and one son as follows: Mrs. G. M. Kack, Paulding, O.; Mrs. Julia Michaels, Scott, O.; Mrs. Price, Prospect, O.; C. T. Betts, GLadwin, O. The body was prepared by Undertaker C. E. Henderson and shipped yesterday to Scott, O., accompanied by relatives." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 25, 1915, p. 14.
"BRIDGES - Mr. Eddie Houston Bridges, 59, 4227 Bayview Ave., Tampa, passed away Saturday. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 in the chapel of Garden of Memories Funeral Home, 3716 E. Lake Ave., with the Rev. Ellis H. Alderman, pastor of Interbay Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Bridges was a member of the Interbay Baptist Church and Chapter No. 4 of the D.A.V. here in Tampa. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sue Bridges, a son and daughter-in-law, Donald R. and Beatrice Bridges, three grandchildren, Donna Lynn, Donald R. Jr., and Derek Jason Bridges, all of Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Thelma Kirkendahl, of Walla Walla, Wash. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Garden of Memories Funeral Home & Cemetery 626-3161" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, August 1, 1977, p. 7D.
"MARY E. BLACK, 82, of Plant City died Friday. Since 1958 she had lived in the Bay area, coming from Pittsburgh. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her two sons, William C. of Brandon and Elmer D. of Gibson, Pa.; her daughter, Ruth Fleck of Land O'Lakes; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchilden. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"ROBERT GRAY BOGICH, 52, of Tampa died Friday of natural causes. Formerly of Jacksonville, he had been living in the Bay area for most of his life. He was employed by the Tribune Co. as a photo engraver for 26 years and a member of the Idlewood Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Otie; his stepson, Charles Nichols of Cape Coral; two stepdaughters, Sylvia Snyder of Tampa and Sue Singleton of Lutz; two sisters; two nieces; several grandchildren; and great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"BRADLEY - The infant of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradley, of No. 1716 Tampa Street, died Wednesday. Funeral services were held yesterday with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery in charge of Blount & Turner." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 25, 1915, p. 14.
"BEERE, ROBERT - Funeral Cortege for Robert Beere, 75, a resident of 1559 Franklin St., who passed away Tuesday night in a local hospital, will leave Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home Friday morning at 10 o'clock for graveside services in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers: Lt. Nat Caminiti, Sgt. Robert Schnurr, Phil Gruber, Joe Davidson, Anthony Caminiti, Edward DePaula, C. N. Johns, and William Bryan." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 20, 1959, p. A2.
"BAILEY, MRS. CORAL V. - Mrs. Coral Valentine Bailey, 55, former resident of Plant City died last Thursday, June 17, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Ricker, at El Cerrito, California. Other survivors are: Daughters: Mrs. H. R. Edenfield, and Mrs. Jack Giaros, Jr., Lakeland, and Mrs. A. J. Pool, Monahans, Texas; nephews: Alfred and Clinton Curtiss, Ann Harbor, Mich.; sister-in-law: Mrs. Kozer, Ann Harbor; cousin: Orla Bump, Howell, Michigan. The remains were returned via Eastern Air Lines Sunday, and funeral services will be held at Hopkins Funeral Home Chapel Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock with The Rev. H. Carter Hardin, pastor First Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 21, 1948, p. 2.
"BARINEAU, JAMES S. - James S. Barineau, 61, 3811 Laurel St., died Sunday at a hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Maude Barineau, Tampa. Three daughters, Mrs. Thelma Foss, Mrs. Aline Nales, Mrs. Helen Smith, Tampa. Three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Teuton and Mrs. Mary Hall, Ocala; Mrs. Mattie Craig, Eustis. Five brothers, J. P. and Doyle Barineau, St. Petersburg; Wesley Barineau, Orlando; O. O. Barineau, Manila. Three grand and two great grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 10 o'clock, at the Greenman Home, with Rev. E. C. Abernathy, pastor Riverside Baptist Church, officiating. Burial in Orange Hill Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 21, 1948, p. 2.
"BILLINGSLEY, MRS. ANNIE A. - Mrs. Annie A. Billingsley, 70, 3208 8th Ave., died at a hospital Saturday. A native of Dade City, she had resided in Tampa 50 years. She is survived by two brothers, Joe Gant and Gordon Gant, Tampa, and four sisters, Mrs. Fred Stormant, Palmetto; Mrs. W. A. Walker, Mrs. Flora Cooper and Miss Jennie Gant, Tampa. Services will be held today at 4 o'clock at the Greenman Home, with burial in Orange Hill Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 21, 1948, p. 2.
"BANGERT - SUN CITY CENTER - Graveside funeral services for Miss Bernice M. Bangert, 73, of 1708 Danbury Drive, Sun City Center, who passed away in a Brandenton hospital Sunday, will be held from the Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Ga., Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. She was a member of the United Community Church. In lieu of flowers, friends may make a donation to their favorite charity. Lewers & Shannon Funeral Home in charge of local arrangements." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, July 16, 1974, p. D7.
"LUCY JANE BUTTON, 63, of Brandon, died Sunday. The secretary had lived in Brandon since 1955. She is survived by two sons, John of Summerfield, N.C., and Roger of Brandon; her mother, Dorothy Jenkins of Brandon; a sister, Marjorie Herron of Apopka; and a grandson. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B-15.
"MRS. O. C. BLANCHARD - LAKELAND, Aoril 11. - (Special) - Word has been received here from Wallace, N. C., of the death of Mrs. O. C. Blanchard, formerly Miss Viola Powell of Lakeland." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 12, 1932, p. 2.
"RUTH ALICE BARROW - Ruth Alice Barrow, 18 months old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Barrow of Limona, died yesterday at a hospital here. Burial will be in Limona cemetery today, funeral services beint conducted by the Rev. Mr. Aughenbaugh at the home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, September 23, 1927, p. 2.
"MRS. CAROLINE BIORSETH - SARASOTA, July 9. - (Special) - Mrs. Caroline 'Carrie' Biorseth, 92, died Thursday morning at her home here. Mrs. Biorseth was born in Sweden and came to Sarasota County with her husband in 1894. She lived for many years in Englewood. Mrs. Biorseth was a member of the Community Presbyterian Church of Englewood. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Grace O. Platt, of Sarasota; four sons, Irwin, of Englewood; Clyde, of Nevada; Lyman, of Sarasota, and A. Walter Biorseth, of Hope, Ark.; 11 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren." Also, funeral notice: "BIORSETH, MRS. CAROLINA (CARRIE) - Funeral services for Mrs. Carolina (Carrie) Biorseth, of 2434 Hickory, Sarasota, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Community Presbyterian Church, Englewood, with The Rev. Ira Howard and The Rev. Alexander Linn officiating. Interment will be in Englewood Cemetery. Toale Brothers Funeral Home in charge of arrangements," Both published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, July 10, 1954, p. 2.
"Malayan Seaman Falls To His Death on Ship - Dapir Bin Amat, 23-year-old Malayan seaman, fell to his death in a hold of the British motorship Laganbank yesterday as the vessel was loading phosphate at the Seaboard elevators. The seaman suffered a broken neck and Justice of the Peace Cathcart, who conducted an inquest, held the death accidental. Funeral services will be conducted this morning at 9 o'clock at the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 12, 1932, p. 2. Also, funeral notice: "DAPIR BIN AMAT - Funeral services for Dapir Bin Amat, Malayan seaman who was killed in a fall Monday, were held yesterday at the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 13, 1932, p. 2.
"Former Tampan Dies in Vietnam - Marine S.Sgt. David L. Brooks, who was a student at Brewster High prior to his enlistment into the Marine Corps in 1960, died in action this week in Vietnam. He was 26. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Marilyn Brooks, and two sons, David L., Jr. and Daniel L. Brooks, Vero Beach; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brooks, Wildwood, formerly of Tampa; his great-grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Brooks, Wildwood; two sisters, Miss Rosemary Brooks, Los Angeles and Mrs. Alma Rabon, Wildwood, and a brother, Carl Brooks, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 2, 1968, p. A23.
"BELLAMY, CONDA LEE - Funeral services for Conda Lee Bellamy, 15, of Doctors Inlet, Fla., will be held Friday afternoon, 1 P.M., at the graveside in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Inverness, Fla. Rev. Henry Cribbs of the Hernando Methodist Church officiating. Porter Funeral Home, Inverness, Fla., in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"BLEDSOE, MRS. PEARL - Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl Bledsoe, 63, of the County Line Rd., Rural Plant City, who passed away Tuesday afternoon, will be held this morning at 10:00 A.M. at Youmans Baptist Church with Rev. Wayne Johnson, the pastor, and Rev. G. Odell Miley of Azalea Methodist Church, Orlando, officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Enon Cemetery. Those selected to serve as pallbearers are Hollis Howell, A. L. Lindsey, W. V. Lindsey, Junior Walker, F. B. Weeks, and P. W. Lewis and are asked to please meet at the church at 9:45 A.M. She is survived by her husband, Rev. Jesse B. Bledsoe, Plant City; four daughters, Mrs. W. L. Norman, Clermont; Mrs. Tom Golden, Lakeland; Mrs. Charles Howell, Apopka; Mrs. James Kier, Haines City; one son, Rev. Robert D. Bledsoe, Jacksonville; three sisters, Mrs. Sadie Hayes, Bartow; Mrs. Ola Davis, Lakeland; Mrs. Mary Webb, Haines City; three brothers, Rev. Josh Brown, Mulberry; Frank Brown, Sarasota; Early Brown, Lakeland; also 11 grandchildren. Arrangements are under direction of Haynes Funeral Home, Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"BENDER, JOHN RUSSELL - Funeral services for Mr. John R. Bender will be held this afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the St. Peters Episcopal Church in Plant City. Father Sanford Lindsey will officiate. Interment in Oaklawn Cemetery. Those selected to serve as pallbearers will please meet at the church at 1:45 o'clock. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. John Bender, Plant City; mother, Mrs. Inex Bender, Plant City; brothers, Edgar A., Plant City; Earl L., Plant City; William H., Plant City and Capt. Chester R. Bender, USCG, Washington D.C. Wells Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"BROWN, ANTONEY T. - Funeral services for Mr. Antoney T. Brown, 72, of 6925 W. Mohawk, will be conducted this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Walter Lee Coleman, pastor of the Sweetwater Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"MRS. COSIE BELL - Mrs. Cosie M. Bell, 71, a resident of Tampa for 10 years, died yesterday at her home, 8912 Highland Ave. She was a native of Dale County, Ala. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Edna Ausley, Tampa, and Mrs. Mildred Brown, Cleveland; two sisters, Mrs. O. L. Cason, Tampa, and Mrs. Fred Brown, Atlanta; five brothers, T. C. Ellis, Wymon Ellis, Fred Ellis and W. T. Ellis, all of Texas, and Leo Ellis, Lake Wales, nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"JOHN G. BROWN - LARGO, Sept. 26 (By Staff Writer) - John G. Brown, 88, of 702 Rosary Rd., who moved here in 1948 from Berrien Springs, Mich., died today in Morton Plant Hospital. Mr. Brown had spent 20 winters here before becoming a resident. Survivors include two sons, S. Archie Brown, Purvis, Mich.; Willis W. Brown, Chipley; two daughters, Mrs. Roy Helms, Mrs. Harold H. Hall, both of Largo; 13 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Cash, Oswego, Kan., and Mrs. Ida Larson, Collegeview, Neb." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2.
"BLASZCZYK, Casmir F., 72, of Holiday died Friday. North Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"GEORGE WILLIAM BULLERMAN - George William Bullerman, 90, of 8111 14th St., died Wednesday night at his home. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rosa C. Bullerman, Tampa." Also, funeral notice: "BULLERMAN, GEORGE WILLIAM - The remains of George William Bullerman, 90, resident of 8111 14th St., who passed away Wednesday night at his home, was sent Thursday night by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Drinkard Funeral Home, Guntersville, Ala., where funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at one o'clock from Haney's Chapel with interment in Haney's Cemetery." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, January 21, 1949, p. 2.
"BULLERMAN, ROSA - The remains of Rosa Bullerman, 77, 8111 14th St., who passed away Friday morning in a Tampa hospital, will be sent at noon today to the Adams & Brown Funeral Home, Albertville, Ala., for services and interment. She is survived by two brothers, Mr. Mathew Culbert of Arlington, Va. and Grady Culbert of Langston, Ala. Jennings Funeral Home in charge of local arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 10, 1956, p. 2.
"BAIL, Gurney Simpson, 94, of Arcadia died Monday at Washington University Hospital, Washington, D.C. Robarts-Grady Funeral Home, Arcadia." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"Mrs. Alice A. Blakeslee, Tampans' Mother, Dies - Mrs. Alice A. Blakeslee, 75, of 1745 Beach drive, south, St. Petersburg, died yesterday. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ballard S. Carte, 3011 San Isidro street, and a son, Carl W. Blakeslee 1815 Hills avenue. Funeral services will be conducted at the Endicott funeral home in St. Petersburg tomorrow afternoon. The body will be taken to Union City, Pa. for burial." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, August 26, 1934, p. 2.
"BABB - Thomas A. Babb, aged sixty-four years, for a long time associated in many ways with Rev. A. E. Cornish, in the work of the Associated Charities of this city, died last night at 8 o'clock at the residence, No. 3 Pendleton Avenue, after a very short illness. Funeral arrangements have not as yet been completed. Deceased is survived by a wife and an eighteen-year-old son. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery. J. L. Reed has charge of the funeral arrangements." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, January 6, 1916, p. 7. Also: "BABB - The funeral of Thomas A. Babb, noted worker among the destitute and poor of this city, took place yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock and interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. The deceased was a native of England and was forty-five years old. He is survived by his wife and a son, aged thirteen. J. L. Reed, undertakers, handled the remains." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 7, 1916, p. 12.
"BERRIOS - Funeral services for Mrs. Andrea Berrios, age 87 of 1711 27th Ave. will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Riverside Chapel (3809 N. Armenia Ave.) with interment to follow in Colon Cemetery. Survivors include two daughters: Mercedes Guadarrama and Luisa Mateas, eight grandchildren. The family will receive friends Monday from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the chapel and also t 3012 St. Conrad Street. Rev. Jonas Cord from Chapel of Archangel will officiate the services. Pallbearers will be Roy Orihuela, Robert Orihuela, John Guadarrama, Jerry Orihuela, Angel Orihuela, and Chuck H. Baker." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"BUSSEY - Mrs. Gwen Richards Bussey, 46, of 4214 Kensington Ave., Tampa, passed away Sunday. The family will receive friends at the Garden of Memories Funeral Home, 3716 E. Lake Ave., this afternoon from 4:00 o'clock until 6:00 o'clock. She will then be sent to the Godhardt-Tomlinson Funeral Home in Keego, Michigan for funeral services and interment. Please omit flowers. Mrs. Bussey had resided in Tampa since 1968. Surviving are four sons, Michael Richards of Keego Harbor, Mich., Andrew, James, and Arnold Louis Richards, Jr., all of Tampa. Two daughters, Susan and Katherine Carol Richards, both of Tampa. Sister, Ms. Beverly Connell, of Panama City, Fl. Brother, Raymond Seavoy Jr., of L'Anse, Michigan, and three grandchildren. Arrangements by: Garden of Memories Funeral Home 626-3161." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 8, 1977, p. D7.
"BIEROS, Walter, of Sebring, a contractor for custom homes and a resident of the area for 17 years, died yesterday. Dowden Funeral Home, Sebring." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"BURNS, Michael, 84, of Sebring, died yesterday. Warren Funeral Home, Sebring." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"Holiday Man Killed - HOLIDAY - An elderly Holiday man was killed Tuesday when a trailer he was painting fell and pinned him under the rear bumper. Police reports said Randall Bixby, 70, 6814 Hampshire Drive, Holiday, was painting the underside of his travel trailer when the vehicle fell off its blocking and pinned him underneath. Bixby was dead when police arrived on the scene and his body was taken to the Pasco medical examiner's office." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, November 20, 1975, p. B5.
"BARKSDALE, Jessie A., 85, of Winter Haven, a resident of the area since 1927, died yesterday. Retired from the Belk Lindsey Corp. after 25 years. Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home, Winter Haven." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"BERNOR, BERT L. - Mr. Bert L. Bernor, 81, of Thonotosassa, Florida, passed away Tuesday. Mr. Bernor has been sent ot the Schultz Funeral Home, 21706 Gratiot, East Detroit, Michigan for services and interment. F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 2161 NEBRASKA AVENUE, in charge of local arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1969, p. A19.
"GEORGE N. BICKNER - George N. Bickner, 77, of Limona, died suddenly yesterday in a Plant City hospital. A native of New York, he had lived in Florida for 35 years and in Limona for the past 15 years. He founded the Tampa Moose and several other lodges in Florida and was former racing commissioner of Florida. He was a member of the Limona Evangelical United Brethren Church, past exalted ruler of the Elks of St. Petersburg, past governor of the Loyal Order of the Moose of Tampa. He was a retired attorney, having practiced in St. Petersburg and Tampa, and a former judge of the municipal court in St. Petersburg. He was a member of the Tampa Board of Realtors. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Nell B. Bickner, of Limona; two sons, George N. Bickner, of Jacksonville, and Robert E. Bickner, of Santa Monica, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy N. Cross, of Lakeland, and Mrs. Kathryn R. McAllister of Winter Haven, and eight grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Sunday, February 24, 1963, p. A4.
"James M. Branch, Pioneer of County, Dies at Branchton - James Madison Branch, 83, life-long resident of Florida and founder of the community of Branchton, in which he lived for the last half century died at his home yesterday after an illness of two weeks." Mr. Branch was born on a farm in Calhoun county and his father died before the Civil war. His stepfather was killed in the war and during a skirmish on the banks of a river near his home the boy hid under a barn, where searchers found him after the battle. After the war Branch came to Tampa, making the trip on a horse behind his uncle's saddle. He lived first at Frazier's beach, for a time on Hooker's point, and later at Six Mile creek. He homesteaded at Seffner. For several years in the '80's Mr. Branch wa a policeman in Tampa, and after moving to Branchton was for many years postmaster of the community. He went there first in 1888 and operated a cattle camp but did not settle and start farming until several years later. Branch was married three times and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Kisiah Branch. He is survived by five sons and daughters, Mrs. Jessie Suggs, J. O. Branch, Harris Branch, and Mrs. Mable Benjamin, of Branchton, and Mrs. Sadie Fernandez, of 3011 Morgan street, and 13 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Mathews cemetery, near Seffner, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The Rev. Earl Tharp, of New Orleans Baptist church, will officiate. Active pallbearers will be W. H. Tait, P. R. Bourquardez, Den P. Grantham, Will H. Grantham, Matt H. Grantham and Bert Grantham, and honorary pallbearers, Noah A. Neel and J. J. Johns." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 1, 1938, p. 2.
"Stricken In Store - A 70-year-old man identified as Glenn Bowen, resident at West Tampa's Municipal Trailer Park, evidently had a heart attack at John Fernandez Hardware Co. at 3116 North Armenia Ave. yesterday and was dead on arrival at Tampa Hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"TOLAR D. BRYAN - WINTER HAVEN, Sept. 26 - (Special) - Tolar D. Bryan, 71, died today at his home here following a long illness." Also, funeral notice: "BRYAN, TOLAR D. - Funeral services for Tolar D. Bryan, who died at his Winter Haven home on Tuesday, will be held at 3 P. M. Thursday from the Pyle Funeral Chapel in Ocala. The John Crisp Funeral Home, Winter Haven, is in charge of arrangements. Interment will follow in Greenwood Cemetery, Ocala. Casketbearers will be R. G. Thompson, Leesburg, George Forbes, Harry Bill, Leon B. Thrasher, Ed Rou Reddick and Dr. E. P. Peels, Sr., Ocala." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"MRS. MAE M. BERNKLAU - AVON PARK, Sept. 27 (Special) - Mrs. Mae M. Bernklau, 66, died in a local hospital today. She was a native of Chicago and came here a year and a half ago from there. She was a member of the Catholic Church. She is survived by her husband, Harry J. Bernklau; and a brother, L. H. Hazzard of New Port Richey." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"MRS. MATILDA BRINKMEYER - Mrs. Matilda Brinkmeyer, 77, 456 Marmora, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A native of St. Louis, Mo., she had been a resident of Tampa for four years. She was an active member of the Tampa Tourist Center. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Vera Schoenle Fiterman, Tampa; and one brother, Charles Berger, St. Louis, Mo." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"ANNIE LAURIE BURKETT - Miss Annie Laurie Burkett, 17, of 3713 Thirty-eighth street, died at the residence yesterday morning. The funeral will be held at Turkey Creek Baptist church this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment will be in TUrkey Creek cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave F. T. Blount's funeral home at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Burkett is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Burkett; two brothers, William and Daniel W. Burkett, all of Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Crosier, of Boyette, Mrs. F. F. McCracken of Biltmore, N. C., and Miss Robbie Burkett of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1928, p. 2.
"MRS. EFFIE BATCHMAN - Mrs. Effie Ostrum Batchman, 68, 212 Mascotte St., Port Tampa City, died at a local hospital Thursday night. A native of Palatka, she had been a resident of Port Tampa City for 60 years, was a member of the Methodist Church of Port Tampa City and the Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. She is survived by her husband, Oscar W. Batchman, Port Tampa City; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Ostrum of Port Tampa City; three sons, Charles L. Batchman of Jacksonville, Oscar W. Batchman Jr. of Orlando, and Roland L. Batchman of Freeport, Tex.; two daughters, Mrs. Eizabeth B. Pullis of Port Tampa, and Mrs. Iris A. Kelly of Port Arthur, Tex.; one sister, Mrs. Ella Frye of Port Tampa; one brother, Ollie L. Ostrum of Baytown, Tex.; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"MRS. LENA BOYCE - Mrs. Lena B. Boyce, 79, of 511 128th Ave., died Thursday evening at her residence. A native of Hastings, Mich., she had been a resident of Tampa for the last 18 years. She was a member of Chapter 147, Order of Eastern Star. She is survived by one son, M. W. Crawford, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"BENSON - BRANDON - Funeral services for Edward J. Benson, 64, of Brandon, will be held at the Stowers Brandon Chapel on Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. with Reverend Neil T. Gunsalus, Pastor of Limona Village Chapel United Methodist Church, officiating, assisted by Reverend Joe Benson, Sr., Pastor of Church of the Nazarene, Sebring, Fla. Masonic graveside services will be conducted at Limona Cemetery by Brandon Lodge #114 F.&A.M. Active casket bearers will be Bob Smith, Tony Canella, Fred Wiley, Joe Wiley, Charles Pritchard and Al Lawrence. Honorary casketbearers will be Lyle Larson, Donald Dee, Frank DeVine, Richard Hiller, Milt Wiley, Leonard Mitchell and Frank Morrison. SUrvivors include his wife, Mary; 2 sons, Richard H. Benson and E. James Benson, all of Brandon; brother, Charles W. Benson, Jacksonville; 2 grandchildren, Ricky and Trisha Benson. A native of Tampa, Mr. Benson had been an Equipment Technician for GTE and retired May 30, 1980. He was a member of Limona Village Chapel United Methodist Church. He was a member of Brandon Lodge #114 F.&A.M. and member of the Low Twelve. He belonged to the I.B.E.W. Local #824, past president and board member of Limona Cemetery Association. He was a member of the Brandon Amateur Radio Society - W4YOG and past member of Brandon Volunteer Fire Dept. The family will receive friends this evening at the funeral home from 7:30 until 9 p.m. STOWERS-BRANDON." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 17, 1982, p.D7
"BROWN, Mary C., 67, of Port Richey, died Wednesday. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"Escapee Killed - SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Oct. 30. - (AP) - Pedro Benejan, one of the leaders of the worst jail break in Puerto Rico's history, was killed today in a gun battle with police near Cayey, a town in the center of the island, authorities announced. The break occurred on Saturday when 111 prisoners shot their way out of Rio San Juan. Thus far 47 have been recaptured." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"PROSPECTOR DIES - VICTORIA, British Columbia, June 20. - (AP) - The Hon. Edmund Burke-Roche, 89, member of a noble Irish family, died Saturday. He was the youngest son of the third Earl of Fermoy and was born in County Cork. He went to the United States in his youth and engaged in ranching in Wyoming before coming to Canada about 50 years ago. He was a prospector." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 21, 1948, p. 2.
"BENSON - Funeral services were held Saturday over the remains of Mrs. James A. Benson of No. 801 Madison street, who died Friday at a local hospital. She was twenty-four years old. Interment was made at Limona, with funeral services by Rev. W. J. Nease of Brandon. Mrs. Benson is survived by her husband, two sons - Charles William, aged fourteen months, and Edward James, an infant - two brothers - Malcolm K. Moore and Carl H. Moore - a sister, Miss Miriam S. Moore, and a father, Charles S. Moore, all of Fort Pierce. Mrs. Benson was formerly Miss Jesse Florence Moore, and was born at Eldred, Fla., later living at Fort Pierce. The pallbearers were R. B. North, C. O. Moseley, J. M. Gornto, J. W. Buck, M. D. Polston, and J. L. Reed. Funeral arrangements were in charge of J. L. Reed." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"WILLIAM D. BENSON - Funeral services for William D. Benson, 67, who died at his home in Limona Tuesday night, will be held at the United Brethren church in Limona this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The Rev. Nobles will officiate. Burial will be in Limona cemetery. Mr. Benson is survived by his widow, Mrs. Catherine Benson; two sons, James A. Benson, Jacksonville, and J. H. Benson, Princeton, Fla., and a daughter, Mrs. P. B. Williams, of East Palatka. John Darling Masonic lodge of Tampa will have charge of services at the grave." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, March 24, 1932, p.2.
"BOOTH, Mrs. La Verne M., 60, of New Port Richey. Died Sunday. A housewife and native of Missouri. North Funeral Home, New Port Richey." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"MRS. CATHERINE JANE BENSON - Mrs. Catherine Jane Benson, 77, widow of W. D. Benson, a resident of Limona since 1907, died at a Tampa hospital yesterday. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. P. B. Williams, East Palatka; two sons, J. H. Benson, Princeton, and J. A. Benson, Jacksonville; and 13 grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, February 11, 1942, p.2.
"BLOUNT, JOHN W. - Mr. John W. Blount, age 93, of 117 West Haya, passed away Monday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home with Dr. John S. Wimbish, pastor of Seminole Heights Baptist Church and the Rev. E. C. Abernathy, pastor of the Riverside Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Joseph Confoy, Herbert G. Clann, Jr., Robert G. Blount, B. W. Sparkman, B. F. Hodge, and Aaron Jaudon. Honorary pallbearers are all members of the Men's Bible Class of the Seminole Heights Baptist Church." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"BRINEN, MRS. FANNIE M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie M. Brinen, 72, of 3419 Lykes Ave., will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Platt St. with Rabbi Stanley Kazan of Rodoph Sholom Synagogue and Rabbi David L. Zielonka of Schaarai Zedek Temple officiating. Interment will be in Knesses Yisroale Cemetery. Preparation by Chessed Shei Ames. Pallbearers are Jerome A. Schine, Walter H. Kessler, Richard Wittcoff, Otto Weitzenkorn, Sam Sinsley and Sam Kessler. Survivors include: one son, Philip B. Brinen and a daughter, Mrs. Simon Kessler, both of Tampa; two brothers, Simon Moore, Macon, Ga., and Max Moore, Perry, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. Freida Bennett, Tampa and Mrs. Sol Bernstein, Brooklyn, N. Y. and five grandchildren. THE FAMILY REQUESTS THAT FLOWERS PLEASE BE OMITTED." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"J. A. Bigelow Rites Today Lived Here for 42 Years - John A. Bigelow, 50, president of the Tampa Sheet Metal Contractors association, who died Friday at his home, 704 Louisiana avenue, will be buried this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Tampa Heights Methodist church, the Rev. T. L. Z. Barr conducting the services. The W. Windhorst lodge of Masons, of which Mr. Bigelow was a member, will have charge of services at the grave in Oaklawn cemetery. Mr. Bigelow was a resident of Tampa for 42 years. He is survuved by two daughter, Misses Annie and Gladys Bigelow, and two sons, Thomas and Frank Bigelow, all of Tampa; a brother and a sister." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1928, p. 2.
"BENSON - BRANDON - Funeral services for Edward J. Benson, 64, of Brandon, will be held at the Stowers Brandon Chapel on Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. with Reverend Neil T. Gunsalus, Pastor of Limona Village Chapel United Methodist Church, officiating, assisted by Reverend Joe Benson, Sr., Pastor of Church of the Nazarene, Sebring, Fla. Masonic graveside services will be conducted at Limona Cemetery by Brandon Lodge #114 F.&A.M. Active casket bearers will be Bob Smith, Tony Canella, Fred Wiley, Joe Wiley, Charles Pritchard and Al Lawrence. Honorary casketbearers will be Lyle Larson, Donald Dee, Frank DeVine, Richard Hiller, Milt Wiley, Leonard Mitchell and Frank Morrison. SUrvivors include his wife, Mary; 2 sons, Richard H. Benson and E. James Benson, all of Brandon; brother, Charles W. Benson, Jacksonville; 2 grandchildren, Ricky and Trisha Benson. A native of Tampa, Mr. Benson had been an Equipment Technician for GTE and retired May 30, 1980. He was a member of Limona Village Chapel United Methodist Church. He was a member of Brandon Lodge #114 F.&A.M. and member of the Low Twelve. He belonged to the I.B.E.W. Local #824, past president and board member of Limona Cemetery Association. He was a member of the Brandon Amateur Radio Society - W4YOG and past member of Brandon Volunteer Fire Dept. The family will receive friends this evening at the funeral home from 7:30 until 9 p.m. STOWERS-BRANDON." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 17, 1982, p.D7
"BRADLEY, George H., 81, of New Port Richey died Wednesday. North Funeral Home, Holiday Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"BLANCO, AMADO - Funeral services for Mr. Amado Blanco, 61, of 1536 Union St., will be held today at 4 P. M. from the A. P. Boza Chapel, interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. He is survived by a brother, Rafael Blanco, and a sister, Mrs. Barbara Machin, of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"BLESSING, CARL CHARLES - Carl Charles Blessing, age 68, of rural Tampa, passed away Wednesday morning at his residence. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock at the chapel of F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, with The Rev. Bascom W. Carlton, of the Tampa Heights Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Oscar Jenkins, Frank Nufer, M. H. Ryan, Karl Smith, C. C. Howell, Bradford Gasque. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Agusta Blessing, of Tampa; one son, Carl Blessing, Jr., of Philadelphia, and five grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"BASTIAN, Arthur Thomas, 64, of Plant City, died Monday. Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"BROOKS, Gertrude, 95, of Tampa, died Saturday. F.T. Blount Co. Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"Father of Tampa Woman Is Dead - Dr. J. M. Bellows, father of Miss Anne D. Bellows, of 1710 Hills Ave., director of teen age activities for the Tampa YMCA, died yesterday morning after a long illness at his home in Maynard, Mass. Miss Bellows left immediately by plane for Maynard. Dr. Bellows is survived by his wiidow and a son, Dr. J. M. Bellows, Jr., of Miami. Funeral services will be held Monday." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, November 10, 1951, p. 2.
"EMERY A. BELCHER, 61, of 1514 E. Chelsea, Tampa, died Jan. 21. He is survived by two brothers. Zipperer's Agape Mortuary." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"BUTTACAVOLI, MRS. AMELIA - Rosary services for Mrs. Amelia Buttacavoli, 28, a resident of 4203 Zelar, who passed away Sunday afternoon, will be held Tuesday night at 8 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. Father Charles Ward of the Christ the King Catholic Church to officiate. The remains will be sent Wednesday night to Union City, N. J., where funeral services and interment will be held." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"ARTHUR L. BETTS, 59, of Tampa died Saturday. A resident of the area for the past 20 years, he was an electrical technician and retired from the U.S. Army. He is survived by his son, Michael C. Betts of Tampa; one daughter, Melinda LaPlante of Tampa; one brother, Frankland Betts of Los Angeles; and one sister, Delva Blanchard of Fayetteville, N.C. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"BREWSTER, MRS. JESSIE - Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie Brewster, 73, of Seffner, will be held this afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in the Stowers Chapel with the Rev. William Bashaw, pastor of the Seffner Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will follow in the Seffner Cemetery. Men of the church will serve as pallbearers. Arrangements by Stowers Funeral Home, 401 W. Brandon Blvd., Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"BURNSED, MRS. DRUSCILLA - Funeral services for Mrs. Druscilla Burnsed, 56, resident of Sebring for 20 years, who was fatally injured from a gunshot wound Monday afternoon at her residence, will be held at the Stephenson Chapel in Sebring, Thursday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Interment will be in the Bougainvillea Cemetery in Avon Park." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"BRESNAHAN, Mark K., 43, of Holiday, died Thuesday. Morgan Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"BYE, Leila C., 76, formerly of Dade City and White Plains, N.Y., died Jan. 8. Tasker Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"SLOANE A. BROWN - Sloan A. Brown, 81, 114 E. Broad St., died Thursday. A native of Elbert County, Georgia, he had lived in Tampa 47 years. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. E. W. Coleman, Greenville, S. C.; a niece, Mrs. Martha Jane Maupin, Athens, Ga." Also, funeral notice: "BROWN, SLOANE A. - Funeral services for Mr. Sloane A. Brown, 81, of 114 E. Broad St., will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock from the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave., with Rev. Don Comer, pastor of the Nebraska Avenue Methodist Church, to officiate. Cremation to follow." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"BLIVEN, Louis C., 66, of Brooksville, died Tuesday. National Cremation Society." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"BRINDLEY, Howard J., 64, of Port Richey, died Sunday. Bell Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"MRS. EVA BLESSIUS - Mrs. Eva Blessius, 80, 5205 Temple Terrace Hwy. died yesterday. A native of Yugoslavia she had lived in Tampa for 13 years. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Regina Annsenzl, Chicago." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 6, 1967.
"BREWTON, ALBERT FILLINGIM - Funeral services for Albert Fillingim Brewton, 49, who passed away suddenly Sunday evening at his home on Howard Ave., Dade City, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Coleman and Ferguson Funeral Chapel with Rev. W. A. Oswald, pastor of the Baptist Church, Zephyrhills officiating. Interment will be in Dade City Cemetery. Besides his wife, Mrs. Bertie Brewton, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. John F. Bush, Dade City; two sisters, Mrs. E. N. Bishop, Argyle, Fla.; and Mrs. W. C. King, Dallas, Texas. There are three grandchildren. Active pallbearers are: M. E. Hall, Arnott Wadsworth, Jr., D. H. Allen, J. P. Woodham, J. H. Howell and Gene Ramsey." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"MRS. M. J. BRAITHWAIT - Mrs. Margaret J. Braithwait, 82, Harts Trailer Park, Ruskin, died Thursday. A native of Middle Creek, Ohio, she came to Ruskin 15 years ago from Fort Wayne, Ind. Survivors include her husband, Claude E. Braithwait, and sister, Mrs. Effie Benedict, Ohio." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, May 19, 1972, p. 23-A.
"BATSFORD, HAROLD ADGATE SR. - Funeral services for Mr. Harold Adgate Batsford Sr., 62, of 3101 W. Hillsborough Ave., will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave., with the Rev. Allen E. Bartlett, pastor of the Nebraska Avenue Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"BECKNER, ANCIL H. - The remains of Mr. Ancil H. Beckner, 64, of 2910 E. Howell will be sent today at noon to the Reger Funeral Home, Huntsington, W. Va., for service and interment. Arrangements by the Jennings Funeral Home, 6901 Nebraska Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"FRED W. BARTLETT - Fred W. Bartlett, 82, 1032 East Robson St., died yesterday at a hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Eva Bartlett, of Tampa. He was a retired employe of the NYNH & H railroad and had been a resident of Tampa for three years." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"BRAITHWAIT - RUSKIN - Funeral services for Mr. Claude Braithwait, age 89, of Ruskin, Florida, will be held Monday morning at 10:30 a.m. from the Lewers and Shannon Funeral Home, Ruskin, with Rev. L. E. Watkins, pastor of the Ruskin United Methodist Church officiating. He was a resident of Ruskin since 1956, coming here from Ft. Wayne, Indiana. He was a member of Summit City, Masonic Lodge 170, Ft. Wayne, Indiana. He is survived by a nephew, Norman Bender, Ft. Wayne. Visiting hours will be Sunday afternoon 4-6 p.m." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 27, 1973, p. 9-B.
"MRS. SARA S. BABBITT - Mrs. Sara S. Babbitt, 84, of Limona, died in Largo yesterday. She was a native of Ohio and had resided here for 25 years. Mrs. Babbitt is survived by her widower, Francis L. Babbitt; one son, Robert D. Babbitt, of Cleveland, Ohio; one daughter, Mrs. Ruth J. Morrill, St. Petersburg; 11 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"BRAMHALL, MRS. MARY M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary M. Bramhall, who died Friday morning at her home in Sebring, will be held Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Stephenson Chepal in Sebring, with Dr. E. J. Reese officiating. Interment will be in the Arlington National Cemetery at Fort Myers, Va. Stephenson Funeral Home in Sebring in charge of local arrangements." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"ROBERT ASHTON BORDEN - Robert Ashton Borden, 51, 4404 Suwanee Ave., died Monday night at Bay Pines Veterans Hospital. A native of the British West Indies, he had lived in Tampa 33 years. He was a veteran of World War II. Mr. Borden is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lilda Borden; one son, Robert Borden, Jr., Tampa; three brothers, Willard Borden, William Borden and Wesley Borden, Tampa, and two sisters, Mrs. Belle Ebanks, Port Arthur, Tex., and Mrs. Lettie Ebanks, Cayman Islands." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"BASSETT, MRS. MARY G. (MAMIE) - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Gammon (Mamie) Bassett, age 74, of Inverness, who died at a Ocala hospital will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 P. M. from the Inverness Methodist Church. Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will officiate. Pallbearers to be: Active, Owen Kennedy, Gordon Tyner, George Brannen, Ed Watkins, Joe Savary, Louis Connell, Honorary, Judge E. C. May, Albert King, G. A. Allen, Frank Morris, C. D. Calvert, J. M. Hendrix, J. K. Kelley, Arnold Zellner. Interment will be in Floral City Cemetery. Porter Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 25, 1948, p. 2.
"BRITTLE - Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. A. R. Brittle, an aunt of Joe B. Johnson, and well known here, were held yesterday in Sutherland. Death of Mrs. Brittle, which occurred in that city Monday afternoon, has caused sorrow to many friends in Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 18, 1913 p. 4.
"John Burns, 82, Spanish War Vet, Dies At Hospital - John William Burns, 82, of 8616 12th St., died Monday night at a local hospital. A native of Olive Hill, Ky., he had been a resident of Tampa for the last 10 years. He was a member of the Sulphur Springs Tourist Club and was a Spanish American War veteran. He is survived by two sons, Orville A. Burns, Tampa, and Okla Burns, Michigan; four daughters, Mrs. Iva Williams, Sarasota; Mrs. Virginia Chambers, Maine; Mrs. Anna Roti, Tampa, and Mrs. Flora Austin, Detroit; two brothers, Fred and Charles Burns, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. Mandy Smith, Ohio; 16 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 23, 1957, p. 2.
"JOE LARKIN BELL, 63, of 8706 Tahiti Lane, Tampa, died Friday. The 19-year Bay area resident worked as an electrician for Electric Machinery Enterprises. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of Bel Mar Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, Billie Ann; son, Steven Thomas of Tampa; daughters, Jo Ann Santana, Robin Vasquez, Sarah Reyes and Alice Burger, all of Tampa; brother, William Francis of Tampa; five grandchildren; and three nephews. Curry & Son Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"BRUCE, JOSEPH THOMAS - Joseph Thomas Bruce, age 65, passed away at his home, 212 Ring Ave., Tarpon Springs, Sept. 8, 1946. He is survived by one son, James Robert Bruce of Corpus Christi, Texas; two daughters, Mrs. J. W. Guthrie of Lakeland, Mrs. Mary Ruth Chamberlain of Clearwater; five grandchildren, three sisters. Services will be held at Ozona Baptist Church at Ozona, Florida, Tuesday, Sept. 10th, 2:30 P. M., Rev. A. E. Young and Rev. A. P. Smith officiating. Interment Curlew Cemetery. Pallbearers: Dewey Adair, Wesley Jordan, W. W. Walker, W. S. Dempsey, Jesse Deas, Will Walker. Funeral arrangements in charge of David Black, mortician, Tarpon Springs." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 10, 1946, p. 2.
"STRUCK BY CAR, MAN, 85, KILLED - PALMETTO, Oct. 24. - (Special) - An 85-year-old pedestrian, J. B. Boothe, rural Palmetto, was killed instantly tonight when struck by an automobile on the Tamiami Trail one mile north of here. Deputy Bill Durrance said Boothe was struck by a car driven by James Joyner, 38, Negro, of Rubonia, and that the accident apparently was unavoidable. No charges were to be filed, Durrance said." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 25, 1948, p. 2.
"ESTHER STRANGE BUFORD, 84, of Salesbury, N.C., died Jan. 21. She had lived for approximately 50 years in the Bay area. She was a housewife, a member of the First Presbyterian Church, where she belonged to The Kings Daughters Sunday School Class, the Davis Islands Garden Club, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Tampa Chapter 113, the Friday Morning Musicale and the Hillsborough County Federation of Women Club. She is survived by two sisters, Margaret Buford and Ruby Brown, both of Salesbury; and several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"ANTONIO BASO - Antonio Baso, 88, of 2120 W. Columbus Drive, died Monday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Key West, he had resided in Tampa for over 40 years. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Maria T. Romero, New York; one step-daughter, Mrs. Emilia Garcia, Tampa, and two sons, Pedro Baso, Miami, and Elpidio Baso, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 22, 1968, p. A23.
"BARLAND - Mrs. Florence Barland Fulton died at 12:30 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Vawson, 709 South Boulevard. Private funeral services will be held at the residence with burial in Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Fulton is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Charles Frecker, Miss Mae Fulton and Mrs. Hugh Vawson. Also by one son, W. L. Fulton, of Savanah, Ga." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, May 23, 1925, p. B12.
"BRANDTHOUEI - Mrs. Susan Brandthouei, 79, of Riverview, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. The body will be sent Monday to Jamestown, N. Dak., by F. T. Blount, mortician, for burial." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, May 23, 1925, p. B12.
"OVID L. BEASLEY - STARKE, Feb. 17 - (Special) - Ovid Lawson Beasley, 78, retired railway conductor, died Friday night in a Tampa hospital after long illness. Active in civic affairs in Starke, he also served as a member of he board of bond trustees here. He was a member of the Starke Methodist Church and a life member of Solomon Masonic Lodge, Jacksonville. Mr. Beasley was born at Hampton and moved here 25 years ago. Survivors include the widow, the former Miss Gertrude Durden, of Tampa; two sons, Charles T. Beasley, Lake Alfred, and Augustus Earl Beasley of Baytown, Tex.; and a sister, Mrs. Arryl Geirger, of Bowling Green." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, February 18, 1951, p. 10A.
"MRS. RHODA A. BAUGH - Mrs. Rhoda Adelaide Baugh, 68, of Leroy street, died Saturday night at a hospital. She is survived by her husband, William N. Baugh; two sons, Wilford and Albert B. Baugh, of Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. A. S. Richards, of Miami; a sister, Mrs. G. B. Bruce, of Colorado; three brothers, W. J. Twitt, of Tampa, C. E. Twitt and Frank Twitt of Ohio." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"MRS. ANNIE CURRAN BURNETT - CLEARWATER, March 14. - (Special) - Mrs. Annie Curran Burnett, winter visitor from Providence, R. I., died today in a hospital. She is survived by her husband, M. George Burnett and two daughters, Mrs. D. J. Dundin, Johnston, R. I., and Mrs. John S. Abbott, Rutherford, N. J." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"BRYANT, DR. ROBERT A. - Dr. Robert A. Bryant, 49, 211 Beach Place, died Sunday. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lavina Bryant; his stepmother, Mrs. George A. Bryant; six sisters, Mrs. Lewis Thomas, Mrs. A. J. Lewis, Tampa, Mrs. W. F. Bowron, Umatilla, Mrs. T. E. Shuman, Nichols, Fla., Mrs. W. F. Ryals, Auburndale, Mrs. J. P. Varn, Hazelhurst, Ga.; and three brothers, L. A. Bryant, Wauchula, Norvell C. Bryant, St. Petersburg, Lloyd D. Bryant, West Palm Beach. He was past master of Windhorst Lodge No. 185, F. & A. M. and past patron of Harmony Chapter No. 148 Order of Eastern Star. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the Greenman home with Rev. F. L. Aughinbaugh officiating, assisted by Rev. Frank T. Anderson. Services will also be held at 4 o'clock at the Cocrum church, Active pallbearers: C. A. Richardson, M. L. Donaldson, W. E. Alford, J. W. Touchton, Albert Beck and Horace Talbert, Honorary pallbearers: Dr. W. T. Perry, Dr. T. W. Evans, Dr. R. W. Peerman, Dr. Paul E. Cold, Dr. N. A. Gilbert, Dr. L. O. Guest, Dr. Bertha Green, Dr. Mayble Johnston, Dr. W. H. Roon, Dr. Julia Gavilla, Dr. Henry Hoettner, Dr. Austin Brown. Windhorst Lodge No. 185 F. & A. M., will have charge of the services at the grave. All Master Masons are invited to meet at the lodge room at 1 o'clock to attend the funeral. Worshipful Master W. E. Alford, Secy. C. A. Phelps." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"BRYANT, MRS. YVETTE - Funeral services for Mrs. Yvette Bryant, 38, of 713 S. Rome Ave., who died Sunday night at a local hospital, will be held this morning at 9 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic church, Rev. Thomas F. Cooney, S. J., officiating. Interment in Woodlawn cemetery. Pallbearers will be Frank Lopez, D. C. Perry, H. L. Smith, Jack McCray, W. T. Hamilton and Lawrence Schell. Pallbearers are requested to meet at the funeral home of F. T. Blount at 8:30 o'clock." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"MRS. ANNA BLASKY - Mrs. Anna Blasky, 83, of 4208 N. Trask St., died Sunday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Russia, she had been a resident of Tampa for 15 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mary Blasky, Miami, and three sons, Rev. Sylvastr Blasky, Miami, Nicholas Blasky, Fort Lauderdale, and Peter Blasky, Tampa. She was a member of St. Andrews Russian Orthodox Church of St. Petersburg." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"THOMAS W. BEVILLE - Thomas W. Beville, 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Beville, died last night at 7 o'clock at the residence, 206 W. Chelsea street. The child is survived by its parents only. F. T. Blount, mortician, is in charge of the funeral, which will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the residence, conducted by Dr. G. W. Rosenberry, pastor of the Tampa Heights Methodist church. Interment will be in the Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"BOONE - The body of Charles R. Boone, 56, who died Sunday in Tallahassee, arrived in Tampa last night. Funeral services will be held at the parlors of the Greenman-Baird Company this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. Boone is survived by two children, Mrs. Maude Smith, Jacksonville, and Claude Boone, Havana, Cuba; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy E. Wallace and Mrs. Azelle Sloane, both of Tampa; a brother, Arthur Boone, of Jacksonville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 12, 1925, p. D10.
"BAILEY, MRS. ELIZA ANN - Mrs. Eliza Ann Bailey, 74, of 213 So. Fielding passed away Monday from injuries received by auto accident. Funeral services will be held afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the funeral home of F. T. Blount Company, with Rev. Charles E. Wood of Episcopal House of Prayer officiating. Interment will be in Limona Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Harry Gornto, Earl Gornto, Buddy Price, Kay Derr, Don Savage and James Meredith; honorary bearers are Al Stroger, Ralph Walker, Marcus Cohen, Isaac Hyman, R. E. McLeod, O. E. Seago, Sr., Harry Church, M. Williams and Ernest Maas. Mrs. Bailey is survived by her husband, Edward B. Bailey, of Tampa; four daughters, Mrs. William Tryon Derr, of Tampa and Cleveland; Mrs. Stewart St. Clair, of New York City; Mrs. Joyce Nasahl, of Tampa; Mrs. Gordon L. Gornto, of Limona, and three grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, August 4, 1949, p. 20.
"BERKSHIRE, DR. CLAUDE E. - Dr. Claude E. Berkshire, 210 North Brevard St., died Tuesday at a local hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Emma Levina Berkshire. Services will be held Thursday at 4 o'clock at the Walters Funeral Home (formerly Greenman Home) Crescent Place at North A St. with Mrs. Ruby Wagner in charge. Private burial will be held later in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, August 4, 1949, p. 20.
"BURNSIDE, MR. W. J. - Mr. W. J. Burnside, 77, of 308 East Flora, passed away Tuesday evening at his residence. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the funeral home of F. T. Blount Company, with The Rev. J. Elwood Rawls officiating assisted by The Rev. A. W. Mathis. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. Pallbearers will be, Tommie McCartney, Douglas Barbour and the following grandsons, J. Edgar Burnside, Jr., Walter N. Burnside Jr., Hale Godwin, Jr., and Leslie Godwin. Mr. Burnside is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Burnside, of Tampa; two sons, J. Edgar Burnside and Walter N. Burnside, of Tampa; four daughters, Mrs. E. L. Beasley, Mrs. Hale Godwin, Mrs. Alberta Davis, and Mrs. Harry N. McCartney, all of Tampa; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, August 4, 1949, p. 20.
"Graveside funeral services for Lula Logan Broneer, 93, will be held this morning at 11 a.m. at the Myrtle Hill Cemetery with Reverend Joseph C. Abernathy officiating. J.L. REED & SON, 3410 Henderson Blvd." From Tampa Tribune, August 16, 1986.
"MRS. MARY A. BENN - Mrs. Mary A. Benn, 82, of 8410 Highland, died Friday. A native of St. John, Newfoundland, she lived in Tampa 30 years. She was a Catholic." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"BARBON, MRS. DOLORES - 82, died yesterday at her home, 3104 Fifteenth street. She is survived by two sons, Manuel and Serafin Barbon; a daughter, Mrs. Herminia Ruso and two granddaughters, Mrs. Dalia More and Mrs. Rosalia Rupello. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home. Interment in Woodlawn cemetery under direction of A. P. Boza & Son." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 6, 1935, p. 2.
"Tampans' Daughter Kills Herself Near Plant City - PLANT CITY, June 8. - (A.P.) - Mrs. Georgia Mildred Byrd, 19, wife of Joe Byrd, residing in the Trapnell section southeast of here, shot and killed herself at her home shortly before midnight last night, placing a single-barreled shotgun to her left breast and touching the trigger with her foot. Her husband slept in an adjoining room. An inquest, conducted by Justice of the Peace A. H. Watkins today returned a verdict of suicide. Mrs. Byrd was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Stanley of Tampa. She left two notes, one to her mother and one to her husband, declaring her married life was unhappy and telling of her intention to kill herself. The Byrds had been married about two years. The body was sent tonight to Tampa where funeral arrangements will be made." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, June 9, 1931.
"BALDASAN - Funeral Mass for the Repose of the Soul of Chief Boatswain Mate Joseph Thomas Baldasan Sr., U.S. Navy Ret., age 58, of 2122 Kyra Dr. will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. from Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church with interment to follow in Garden of Memories. A native of New Jersey he was a veteran of WW II, Korean and Vietnam, member of the D.A.V. and had been a reisdent of Tampa for over 15 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary C. Baldasan, his mother Mrs. Rose Baldasan, three sons; Joseph T. Jr., Glenn F. and Dean C. Baldasan, all of Tampa, two brothers, Frederick J. Baldasan of Tampa and John R. Baldasan of Tenn., a sister, Mrs. Lois L. Sobolewski of Calif. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening at the Riverside Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. with Rosary Services to be held at 8 p.m. A.P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPELS 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, November 29, 1962: CALVIN BENNETT - Calvin Pollard Bennett, 3507 Kensington Ave., a Tampa resident three years, died Thursday in Richmond, Va. He was a native of Virginia. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Betsy T. Bennett, and one one [sic] Michael G. Bennett, both of Tampa and his father, Dr. R. A. Bennett, Lynchburg, Va. Burial will be in Richmond.
"BRANT - Funeral services for John J. Brant, aged forty-eight years, who died at his residence, No. 5702 Osceola avenue, on Wednesday, will be held from the residence this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in Myrtle Hill cemetery under the direction of J. L. Reed, mortician. The deceased is survived by a wife." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1923, p.16.
"Father of Tampa Woman Is Dead - Dr. J. M. Bellows, father of Miss Anne D. Bellows, of 1710 Hills Ave., director of teen age activities for the Tampa YMCA, died yesterday morning after a long illness at his home in Maynard, Mass. Miss Bellows left immediately by plane for Maynard. Dr. Bellows is survived by his wiidow and a son, Dr. J. M. Bellows, Jr., of Miami. Funeral services will be held Monday." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, November 10, 1951, p. 2.
"BRONSON, James Bronson, aged fifty-two, a cigarmaker, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 o'click, Rev. C. W. Duke officiating, and interment will be at Woodlawn under the direction of J. L. Reed. He leaves a widow and one daughter, Mrs. Joe Klay, whose husband is in France. The pallbearers will be Wylie Blevins, B. Bennett, Mr. Winston, Charles Apgar, Mr. Baker and Charles Hill." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, November 7, 1918.
"BRIDGES, Maude Bledsoe, 89, of Frostproof, Fla., died April 8, 2001. Survived by two daughters-in law and one son. She was a sales clerk and a member of the W. Frostproof Baptist Church. Shores Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 10, 2001, p. 9 (FL/Metro).
"BOUZAS, BRENDA LEE - Funeral services for Brenda Lee Bouzas, who died Thursday at the Municipal hospital, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the A. P. Boza funeral home, 1417 N. Albany, The Rev. Mathis of the Seminole Heights Baptist church officiating. Interment will be in Centro Espanol cemetery. Pallbearers will be her uncles, Harold White, Joe Perez, Arnold Carlton and Norman McFarlin. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bouzas, jr.; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bouzas, sr.; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. McFarlin; two uncles, Joe Perez and Norman McFarlin; two aunts, Mrs. Marie Carlton and Mrs. Mable White, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 11, 1941.
"MRS. LURIE E. BECK - ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 12 - (Special) - Mrs. Lurie E. Beck, 71, of St. Petersburg, died today at the Masonic Home here. She was a native of Troy, Ala., and lived in Tampa 13 years before moving here four years ago. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Adah Chapter. Survivors include one son, Robert C. Beck, Tampa; and two grandchildren, Robert K. Beck, in Japan with the Navy, and Martha Kay Beck, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"CHOKED TO DEATH - The Daughter of Jamos Bates Meets with a Sad Death. - Yesterday morning about 8 o'clock the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jane Bates, the conductor, living in Stockton Court, was strangled to death by a bean in the windpipe. The little one was playing about the kitchen where the cook was preparing beans for dinner, and swallowed a large bean. She choked and strangled and the cook ran with her to her mother, but the united efforts of both were unable to dislodge it. A physician was telephoned for, but the little one was dead when he arrived. The child was about six years, and was an exceptionally bright little girl, and her sad death excites the sympathy of the community. The remains will be interred this afternoon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, January 6, 1895, p. 4, col. 2.
"BOSTICK - Private funeral services for Alice M. Bostick, 75, of 3501 Granada Street, were held Monday morning. Mrs. Bostick is survived by her husband, Nathaniel H. Bostick, one daughter, Mrs. J.T. (Alice) White, one sister, Mrs. Milo H. (Winnie) Smith, and three grandsons, James T. White, Jr., William B. White, and Charles N. White. J. L. REED & SON 3410 Henderson Blvd." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1976.
"BARDEN - HOMOSASSA - Mr. Robert Vance Barden, age 71, Homosassa, Florida, died Monday, October 16, 1972 at Munroe Memorial Hospital, Ocala, Fla. Native of Columbus County, N.C., for a great number of years Mr. Barden operated Park Inn on Clearwater Beach and also the Pinellas Music Co., serving most of Pinelles County servicing record machines, but had been retired for a number of years. He had a residence in Clearwater and on Homosassa River." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 20, 1972, p. D9.
"BROOKS - RUSKIN - Funeral services for Mr. Theodore L. Brooks, 72, of 414 2nd St., SW, Ruskin, who passed away in a Tampa hospital Sunday night, will be held from the Lewers and Shannon Funeral Home Chapel Wednesday morning at 11:00, with Rev. R. Craig Ford, officiating. Interment will be in the Ruskin Memorial Park. He was a native of Cherryville, Kansas, and came to Ruskin in 1962. He was a retired division superintendent with the Standard Oil Co., of Indiana. He is survived by his wife, Eva Lee Brooks, Ruskin; 1 son, James Brooks, Lomm, Netherlands; 1 daughter, Mrs. Joan Coldwater, Huntsville, AL; 1 brother, Rufus Ray Brooks, Wichita, Kansas; 2 sisters, Mrs. Lula Rambow, Wichita, Kansas, and Mrs. Pearl Rambow, Chicago, IL; 5 grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the funeral chapel, Tues. evening from 6 until 8:00." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1976.
"BANKSTON, MRS. MARTHA DAVIS - Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Davis Bankston, 83, resident of the Old Peoples Home, who passed away Friday at a Tampa hospital, will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, the Rev. W. H. Frazer of the First Presbyterian Church to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"BUCKNER, N. - Funeral services for N. Buckner, 70, of 1201 E. Comanche ave., a resident of Tampa for five years, who died Thursday at his home, will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Riverside Baptist church, the Rev. E. C. Abernathy, pastor, to officiate, assisted by the Rev. B. C. Land, and the Rev. Rex Duckett. The pallbearers will be selected from the deacons of the Riverside Baptist church. Arrangements by Wilson Sammon Co. funeral home." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 28, 1944.
"CLARENCE ALVIN BROWN - Clarence Alvin Brown, 89, of 3514 Tacon St., a native of Whitehall, Wis., a former resident of Chicago and a resident of Tampa for three years, died yesterday afternoon at a local hospital after a short illness. Mr. Brown was a former owner of the Brown-McKinnon Restaurant, well known in the Chicago area. After his retirement from the restaurant business, he operated a farm until about 13 years ago, when he went into complete retirement. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Esther Haskell Brown; one son, Clarence N. Brown, Wabash, Ind.; one daughter, Mrs. Lois Christensen, Elmwood Park, Ill.; one sister, Mrs. Anna Crosby, Little Rock, and three grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"BURGUE, MRS. GEORGIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Georgia Burgue, age 64, of 1411 14th Ave., resident of Tampa for the last 50 years, who passed away Saturday at a local hospital, will be held from the residence, 1411 14th Ave., Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Manuel Burgue; four sons, Pedro, Samuel and Amado Burgue, all of Tampa, and Ruben Burue, of New York City; two daughters, Mrs. Noemi Valido and Mrs. Rebecca Gallego, both of Tampa; two brothers, Amado and Julio Sardinas, both of Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Angela Gonzalez, of Cuba, 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She was a member of Sacardotias del Hogar. Funeral arangements in charge of Lord and Fernandez." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"JOHN F. BANNAN - Funeral services for John F. Bannan, who died in Arcadie, Fla., last Monday, will be held at Sacred Catholic Church this morning at 3 o'clock and burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are in charge of B. Marion Reed." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, October 8, 1925.
"BARBER - Edward J. Barber, aged eighty-three years, died yesterday morning about 10 o'clock at his residence in Palma Ceia Park. He leaves one son, R. E. Barber. The deceased came to Tampa about thirty years ago. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of J. L. Reed with Father de Stock officiating. Interment will be in St. Mary's cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, March 7, 1919.
"MRS. CORA BATES - LAKELAND (Special) - Mrs. Cora L. Bates, of 2306 Broadway St., Lakeland, died Saturday in a Lakeland nursing home. A native of Kentucky, she had lived in Lakeland for nine years. Survivors are two sons, Harold Bates, Latonia, Ky., and Floyd Bates, Long Beach, Calf.; two daughters, Mrs. Mable Klaric, Sarasota, and Mrs. Pauline Flaig, Lakeland." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"WILLIAM E. (BILLY) BEARD - NASHVILLE, Tenn. - William E. (Billy) Beard, 77, associate editor of the Nashville Banner." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"WILLIAM HANRY BENNETT - Funeral services for William H. Bennett, 73, who died Sunday at his home, 2114 Nebraska avenue, will be held at the home this morning at 9:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Orange Hill cemetery at 10 o'clock with A. W. Windhorst lodge, No. 185, F. & A. M., in charge of services at grave. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jennie Bennett; a daughter, Eva Bennett; three brothers, J. R. and George Bennett, of Tampa, and Walter Bennett, of Limona, and a sister, Mrs. Annie M. Lane, of Bloomingdale." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"SLAIN BANDIT IDENTIFIED - JACKSONVILLE, Feb. 15. - (A.P.) - Police announced today that the boy bandit who was killed here Friday night by Detective Henry C. Smith was Joseph Balaski, about 18, of Pawtucket, R. I. The youth was killed when he attempted to rob Detective Smith and Miss Mamie Sikes, the officer's niece. In an exchange of shots the girl was wounded." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 16, 1931, p. 2.
"WALTER BEATTY - Walter Aldridge Beatty, 67, of Massapequa, Long Island, N. Y., a Winter visitor living in Zephyrhills, died yesterday morning at a Tampa hospital. Mr. Beatty was a native of Brooklyn. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Minnie Beatty; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Hedrick and Mrs. Roberta Williams, both of Long Island; two sons, George and Albert Beatty, Long Island; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Ward and Mrs. Inez Kilwey, New York; two brothers, Robert H. Beatty, Zephyrhills, and William Beatty, New York, and 13 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 2, 1958, p. 2.
"ROBERT BERRY - Robert Owen Berry, 49, of 3905 Morrison Ave., a resident of Tampa for the last year-and-a-half, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. He was a native of Indianapolis and had formerly resided in Orlando and Daytona Beach. Surviving are his widow, Dorothy; his mother, Mrs. Mac Berry, Indianapolis; two daughters, Miss Dolores Berry and Mrs. O. E. Fellows, Jr., Daytona Beach; and three brothers, Thomas Berry, Winter Park, and Edwin Berry and Joseph Berry, Indianapolis." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 2, 1958, p. 2.
"MARTIN BLACK - Martin Black, 80, a veteran of the Civil War and a prominent member of the Grand Army of the Republic, died yesterday morning at his home on First Street, Ballast Point. Mr. Black is survived by his wife and a son, E. A. Black, of Punta Gorda. Funeral arrangements are not completed. They will be announced upon arrival of relatives." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, October 8, 1925.
"BLEIER, PAUL - Funeral services for Paul Bleier, 69, a resident of Zephyrhills, who passed away Friday afternoon at a hospital, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Zephyrhills. The Rev. Fr. John, O.S.B., to officiate. Interment in Zephyrhills Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951 and June 6, 1951.
"WALTER F. BOLGER - INDIAN ROCKS BEACH, Dec. 21. - (By Staff Writer) - Walter Furlong Bolger, 65, retired attorney who came here four years ago from New York City, died last night. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Stephanie Bolger, of Indian Rocks Beach; A brother and two sisters in the North." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"MRS. MURIEL BRAITHWAITE - Mrs. Muriel Lucille Braithwaite, 45, of 804 North B St., a lifetime resident of Tampa, died yesterday afternoon at home. Besides her husband, Ernest S. Braithwaite, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Bragg, Tampa; a son, William B. Oliver, 3rd, Puerto Rico; her mother, Mrs. Mary Louise Carpenter, Tampa, and a brother, Deward Carpenter, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 17, 1954, p. 8-A. Also, funeral notice: "BRAITHWAITE, MRS. MURIEL LUCILLE - Fuenral services for Mrs. Muriel Lucille Braithwaite, 45, of 804 North B St., a lifetime resident of Tampa, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt at Plant Ave, Dr. M. J. Berquist, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating, with interment in Orange Hill Cemetery. Survivors are her husband, Ernest S. Braithwaite; a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Bragg, Tampa; a son, William B. Oliver, III, Puerto Rico; her mother, Mrs. Mary Louise Carpenter, and a brother, Deward Carpenter, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"LAKELAND, June 4 - (Special) - H. I. Bowen, 79, retired school teacher, died here yesterday." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951.
"MRS. ETHEL ALICE BOWSER - Mrs. Ethel Alice Bowser, 60, of 10102 Florida Ave., died Sunday night at a Tampa hospital. She is survived by her husband, Daniel A. Bowser, Tampa; a son, Louis Bowser, Dayton, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. James Iddlings, Dayton, Ohio; three sister, Mrs. Edith Lang, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Margaret Stringfellow, Hialeah, Fla.; Mrs. Minnie Sthl, Troy, Ohio." - Also, funeral notice: "BOWSER, MRS. ETHEL ALICE - The remains of Mrs. Ethel Alice Bowser, 60, resident of 10102 Florida Ave., who passed away Sunday night at a Tampa hospital, will be sent Tuesday night by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Dayton, Ohio, for funeral services and interment. She is survived by her husband, Daniel A. Bowser, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. James Iddlings, Dayton, Ohio; a son, Louis Bowser, Dayton, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Edith Lang, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Margaret Stringfellow, Hialean, Fla.; Mrs. Minnie Sthl, Troy, Ohio." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"J. H. BRAMEL - SEBRING, March 23. - (Special) - J. W. Bramel, 70, died at his home here today. He is survived by his wife and several children." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 24, 1935 - (*Note: the discrepancy between his middle intial in the title and the body of the obituary is in the original copy.)
"MARTIAS BLANCO - Martias Blanco, 63, of 701 Twenty-second street, died in a hospital yesterday morning. Besides his widow, Mrs. Covadonga Blanco, he is survived by a daughter, Miss Emelia Blanco; three sons, Tony, Albert and Martias Blanco, all of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Ramona Rodriguez and Mrs. Celesta Gonzalez, both of Spain. He is a member of Loyal Knights of America, lodge No. 1." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2. Also, funeral notice: "BLANCO, MARTIAS - Funeral services for Martias Blanco, 63, of 701 Twenty-second street, who died yesterday morning, will be held from the funeral home of B. Marion Reed this afternoon at 4 o'clock, and interment will be made in the Myrtle Hill cemetery. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Covadonga Blanco; a daughter, Miss Emilio Blanco; three sons, Tony, Albert and Martias Blanco, jr., all of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Ramona Rodriguez and Mrs. Celesta Gonzalez, both in Spain. He is a member of Loyal Knights of America, Lodge No. 1." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"MRS. LIZA BASS - ST. CLOUD, Jan. 14. - (Special) - Mrs. Liza Bass, 80, member of one of Osceola county's pioneer families, died today. She is survived by her husband, Aaron Bass; a daughter, Mrs. Della Mann, of St. Cloud; and a son, Homer Bass, of Kissimmee." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, January 15, 1938, p.2.
"Noted Woman Educator Dies - BLUE MOUNTAIN, Miss., Jan. 31. - (A.P.) - One of the south's best-loved woman educators - Mrs. Modena Lowrey Berry, vice president Emerita of Blue Mountain college here - died today in her room at the northeast Mississippi school. She was 91. Mrs. Berry, know as 'Mother Berry' to the more than 12,000 girls she administered to during the 69 years she was connected with the college, had been confined to a wheel-chair since she fell and broke her leg last July. She recently returned here after undergoing treatment for pneumonia in a Memphis hospital." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"Mrs. Brown, Publisher's Wife Dies at St. Petersburg - ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 31. - (A.P.) - Mrs. Lew B. Brown, 81, wife of Major Lew B. Brown, publisher of the St. Petersburg Independant, died last night at a local hospital. Mrs. Brown was a native of Louisville, Ky., where she was educated and was a school teacher for a number of years. She married Major Brown in 1896 and came here 33 years ago. Survivors include a son, L. C. Brown, and a daughter, Mrs. W. Orville Ray, both of St. Petersburg." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"MRS. CORA M. BAIN - MIAMI, April 5. - (AP) - Mrs. Cora M. Bain, 70, for 22 years supervisor of the Miami city charities and Dade county's first truant officer, died today. She came here 30 year ago from Louisville, Ky., where she served as a kindergarten teacher for many years." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"ORRIN L. BRAMMER, 77, of 3218 Santiago died Monday. He was a longtime resident of Orlando where he worked in the fence construction business and had lived in Tampa for 1 1/2 years. He is survived by a brother, E.E. "Doc" of Tampa. Curry's Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"JESSIE RAY BROWN, 56, of Tampa died Tuesday. He was a native of McComb, Miss., and had lived in the Tampa Bay area for 20 years. He worked for 16 years with the Amcon Concrete Co. Survivors include three brothers, Arthur H., Elmer Ray and Irvin Tony; three sisters, Dovie Lampp, Janie Bolling and Frances; his mother, Ernestine, all of Tampa; and several nieces and nephews. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"BROOKINGS, JAMES WILLIAM - Funeral services for James William Brookings, 35, of 411 East street, who died Saturday afternoon at the residence will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount, Rev. John Branscomb of the First Methodist church will conduct the services. Interment will be in Mount Zion cemetery, near Dade City." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"BOWSHIER, CLIFTON D. - Funeral services for Clifton D. Bowshier, 63, resident of Lutz, who died Tuesday, will be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock from Wilson Sammon company funeral home, with interment in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"BETTIS, ROBERT F. - Funeral services for Robert F. Bettis, 86, 209 So. Delaware Ave., resident of Tampa for 45 years, who died at a local hospital Monday night, will be held this morning at 9 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Plant Ave. at Platt St., the Rev. John B. Walthour, rector of St. Andrews Episcopal church to officiate. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. T. Roy Young and a son, Walter Bettis, both of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 6, 1939, p. 2.
"AMOS W. BACK, 79, of Tampa, died Monday. The retired street worker had lived in Tampa four years. He is survived by four sons, James Back of Ocala, Vernon Godsey, Woodrow and Ricky Back, all of New Jersey; six daughters, Juanita Bailey and Mary Ann Burmhem, both of New Jersey, Alberta Hildebranta of Lantana, Lillie M. Back of Tampa, Alma Stull and Beatrice Chavous, both of Pennsylvania; a brother, James of Kentucky; two sisters, Mellie Toulby and Dema Moland, both of Ohio; 32 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"BARROW, CHARLES FRANKLIN - Funeral services for Charles Franklin Barrow, 25, resident of Limona, Florida, passed away Saturday at noon at Veterans' Hospital, in Lake City, will be held Monday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock from Wilson-Sammon Company Funeral Home with Rev. Charles E. Wood, rector of the Episcopal House of Prayer, to officiate with interment in family lot at Limona Cemetery and military services to be held at the grave side. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barrow, Sr., of Limona, two brothers, John G, Barrow, Jr. of New Smyrna, Fla. and Bruce J. Barrow, Limona; three sisters, Mrs. Ralph Lipthrott, St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. Roy W. Russell, Tallahassee, Fla., and Miss Sharon E. Barrow, Limona." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"ETHEL F. BARROW, 83, of Brandon died Sunday. She was a longtime resident and a schoolteacher. She was a member of the Limona Village Chapel United Methodist Church. SHe is survived by two sons, Bruce Sr., and John; three daughters, Ellamae Lipthrott, Orpha Russell and Sharon Sandifer; one sister, Estelle Hayes; 14 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"JOHN BARROW - John G. Barrow, Sr., 72, of Limona, died yesterday afternoon at his residence after a long illness. A native of Morvan, N. C., he had resided in Hillsborough County for the last 47 years. He was a member of the Limona Evangelical United Brethren Church for 30 years and was Sunday school superintendent there fot 16 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ethel F. Barrow, Limona; three daughters, Mrs. Ellamae Leppthrott, St. Petersburg, Mrs. Orpha Russell, Tallahassee, and Mrs. Sharon Sandifer, Tampa; two sons, John G. Barrow, Jr., Callahan, and Bruce J. Barrow, Tampa, and 10 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, October 8, 1957, p. 2.
"BROWN - Mrs. Grace Hughes Brown, 84, of 202 North Hilltop, Brandon, passed away Saturday morning. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Brandon Chapel of F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 620 East Brandon Boulevard, Brandon, with the Rev. Ross Geiger officiating, assisted by Rev. Emerson Rugh. Active pallbearers will be Mark Singleton, Albert Singleton, Stephen Singleton, Hubbard Singleton, James Branch and Eugene Magee. Honorary pallbearers will be James Cheek, Don Lusk, Joe Wenger, Earnest Seymour, Edward Benson and Walt Dyal. Interment will be in Limona Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday evening from 7:00 until 8:00 p.m. The family requests that flowers please be omitted and suggest contributions to the Limona Village Chapel United Methodist Church, or to the Guilford College, Greensboro, N.C. A native of Archer, Florida, Mrs. Brown had been a resident of Brandon for 51 years. She was a graduate of Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, class of 1913. Mrs. Brown was a charter member of the Limona Village Chapel United Methodist Church. Survivors include one son, Dr. Colbert Hughes Browne, Eugene, Oregon; two daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Lee Branch and Mrs. Carol Grace Cheek, both of Brandon and ten grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), March 10, 1974, p. B11.
"BUSTIN - RUSKIN - Funeral services for Mrs. Mamie L. Bustin, 84, of Ruskin, Fla., who passed away Friday, will be held from the Lewers Shannon Funeral Home Chapel Monday at 12:00 noon with Rev. George N. Wehrman, Pastor of the Northside Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Wildwood Cemetery in Bartow, Fla. Survived by 2 sons, Roy Bustin of Pohokee, Fla., and Hubert Bustin of Ruskin, Fla., and 1 daughter, Mrs. J. M. Pipkin of Ruskin. The family will receive friends in the funeral home chapel Sunday afternoon from 2:00 until 4:00. Arrangements by: LEWERS & SHANNON FUNERAL HOME Ruskin" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), March 10, 1974, p. B11.
"BASIL BERNARD BROOK - Basil Bernard Brook, 64, 5100 Armenia Ave., resident of Tampa for 10 years, died at his home Saturday afternoon. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edith Brook of Tampa; three sons, Basil Brook, Temple Terrace; Victor John and Edward G. of Winter Haven, and three grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"BARNES - BRANDON - Funeral services for William F. Barnes, 67, of Brandon will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. at the Stowers Brandon Chapel with Reverend David Benson, Associate minister of the First United Methodist Church of Brandon, officiating. Interment will follow at Limona Cemetery. Active casketbearers will be E. W. Skjellet, William Sacrider, L. C. Hammon, Mike Barber, Christopher Mook and J. C. Collins. Survivors include his wife Sadie; son William D. Barnes, Fort Rucker, Ala.; 2 daughters, Sara Deambrosio, Greenwich, Conn., Carol Sacrider, Norwalk, Conn.; 2 brothers, George R. Barnes, Brandon, Horace Barnes, Boca Raton; 2 sisters, Grace Jerman, New Port Richey, Evelyn Talbot, Greenwich, Conn.; 8 grandchildren. A native of Greenwich, Conn., Mr. Barnes had lived in the area since 1964 coming from Greenwich. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7:30 until 9 p.m. STOWERS BRANDON" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 19, 1980, p. D15.
"BENNETT - Mrs. Ella W. Bennett, aged fifty-nine years, died last night at the residence, First Avenue and Thirty-fifty Street. She is survived by two brothers, William R. and George R., and by two sisters, Mrs. Wray and Mrs. Folkenburg, of this city. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock this morning with interment, under the direction of Blount & Turner, in the Limona Cemetery. The deceased was for several years a resident of Limona and expressed a desire to be buried there." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, March 31, 1915, p. 10.
"William Carl Blatt Sr., 82, of Brandon, died Friday. He had lived in the Bay area since 1971, coming from Phoenixville, Pa. He became a minister in 1925. He was a member of Limona Chapel United Methodist Church and was a senior citizen's Sunday school teacher. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; a son, William C. Jr.; three daughters, Phyllis Jean Wilt and Iona Wilkinson, both of Phoenixville, Pa. and Joanne O'Neal of Brandon; two sisters, Olive K. Brocha and Lottie G. Mitchell, both of Harrisonburg, Pa.; 18 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune-Times, Saturday, February 24, 1985, p. B7.
"BLACK - Richard Black, thirty-three years old, died yesterday morning at his home, No. 314 Park avenue, after a short illness. The remains will be interred today at the Limona cemetery, at Limona, under the direction of Blaunt and Smith." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, March 27, 1913, p. 11.
"TRAVAS GUY BEVERLY, 16 months, of Seffner, died Friday of natural causes. He had lived all his life in the Bay area, and is survived by his parents, Douglas and Lisa; a sister, Kristine Beverly, of Seffner; paternal grandfather, Douglas Beverly Sr. of Indiana; paternal grandmother, Anna Headley, of Tampa; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rogers of Lithonia, Ga. Stowers Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune-Times, Sunday, June 23, 1985, p. 7-B.
"FLORENCE BONO - Funeral services for Florence Bono, daughter of Mrs. Essie Bono, who died Tuesday, were held yesterday at the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son. The Rev. A. M. Bennett, pastor of the Palm Avenue Baptist church, officiating. Burial was in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 24, 1932, p. 2.
"BICKNER - LAKELAND - Nell Burslem Bickner, age 81, passed away after a brief illness in Lakeland, Florida, November 5, 1980. She is the widow of Judge George N. Bickner and is survived by four children: Kathryn B. McAllister, Winter Haven, Dorothy B. Cross, Lakeland, Robert E. Bickner, Newport Beach, Calif., and George N. Bickner, Jr., Tampa. She is also survived by eight grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren and three sisters and three brothers, living out of state. She has lived in the Tampa Bay area since 1925. She retired after many years service with the Florida State Employment Service. Graveside services will be held Saturday, 10:00 a.m. at Limona Cemetery and a Memorial Service will be held Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. at the Crystal Lake Methodist Church, 200 North Crystal Lake Drive, Lakeland, with Lawrence Rankin, Pastor of Crystal Lake Methodist Church, officiating. In lieu of flowers, remembrances can be made to 'Dollars for Scholars', Crystal Lake Methodist Church. Stowers Funeral Home of Brandon in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, November 7, 1980, p. D7.
"MRS. MYRTLE J. BATEMAN - Mrs. Myrtle Jean Bateman, 55, 1803 West Arctic St., died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. She was a native of New Jersey and had lived here for the last 13 years. Mrs. Bateman is survived by her husband, James H. Bateman, Tampa, and a son, john H. Park, Bloomington, Ind." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 1, 1959, p. A8.
"MRS. R. A. BRIGGS - NEW PORT RICHEY (Special) - Mrs. Ruby Agnes Briggs, 66, died Friday at Mease Hospital, Dunedin. A native of New Vienna, Ohio, Mrs. Briggs came here three years ago from Honey Lake, Wis. Survivors include her husband, Lawrence Alva Briggs, New Port Richey; a sister, Mrs. Mynta Wright, Xenia, Ohio, and a brother, Clark Thompson, California." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 24, 1963, p. A4.
"MRS. LUDIE BEASLEY - Mrs. Ludie Beasley, 59, of Ruskin, died in a Tampa hospital Saturday night. A native of Georgia, she is survived by her husband, K. D. Beasley, Ruskin; four daughters, Mrs. Merle Lewis, Jackson, Tenn., Mrs. Rose Blackshire, Drybranch, W.Va., Mrs. Minnie Cox, and Mrs. Ruth Johnson, both of Albany, Ga.; five sons, Chet S. Tharpe, Thomas A. Beasley, Tom A. Tharpe, Charles A. Tharpe, all of Tampa and Edward Beasley, Brownsville, Tenn.; three sisters, Mrs. Mamie Jones, Albany, Ga., Mrs. Allie Hudson, St. Petersburg, Fla. and Mrs. Adele Hasty, Georgia; four brothers, Lee Collins, Savannah, Ga., Hamp Darley and Charles Darley both of Georgia and Whitis Collins, Georgia; fifteen grandchildren and six great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 24, 1963, p. A4.
"RICHARD A. 'RICKY' BODNAR, 7, of Tampa, died Monday. Cause of death was unavailable. He was a lifetime resident of Tampa. A student at Bay Crest Elementary School, he was a member of Town 'N Country Soccer League U-9 Sting, Skyway Park Little League and the First Church of Christ Scientist of Tampa. He is survived by his parents, Ron and Irene of Tampa; a sister, Stephania; a brother, David; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Bodnar of Tampa; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Andrews of Gainesville. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"BROTT, FRANKIE - Funeral services for Frankie Brott, 84, of Hernando, Fla., who died Monday at his residence, will be held Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock, from the Porter Funeral Home, Inverness. The Rev. D. Lee Jones and the Rev. H. J. Lewis officiating. Interment will be in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Inverness." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"BUSHMAN - Ellis, four-year-old son of W. J. Bushman of The Tribune circulation department, died yesterday at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Grace Reese, Chicago. Mr. Bushman received the sad tidings last night. It was the first intimation he had that the little lad had even been ill, the child's illness being brief. The little fellow had been residing with his aunt since the death of Mrs. Bushman here in January of last year." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 9, 1917.
"BALBES - Melia Lousie Balbes, seven-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose Balbes, died last night at her residence, No. 1108 Florida avenue. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the residence. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery under the directions of Undertaker J. L. Reed." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, March 7, 1919.
"J. MARSHALL BRAXTON, NOTED CIVIL ENGINEER, DIES AT JACKSONVILLE - JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 28. - (A.P.) - J. Marshall Braxton, 56, prominent Jacksonville citizen and known throughout the state as a civil engineer of marked ability, died in a local hospital today after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Braxton was for 27 years connected with the federal engineering service. Since entering private practice, Mr. Braxton had planned the Sarasota harbor and was supervising its construction; made plans for the improvement of the Palm Beach inlet; supervised the improvement of the inlet at Fort Pierce; drew plans for inlet work at St. Lucie, Stuart, and, with Colonel Gilbert A. Youngberg, former United States district engineer, prepared plans for connecting the St. Johns and Indian rivers. These plans are now before the war department." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"MRS. LUTIE T. BECKWITH - Funeral services for Mrs. Lutie T. Beckwith were held yesterday from the home. The Rev. H. F. Tolle, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. Pallbearers were I. M. Brandon, T. N. Henderson, J. N. Holmes, William H. Deuber, Judge C. B. Parkhill and Charles A. McKay." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, June 4, 1931.
"DANIEL ROBERT BYRD - HAINES CITY, June 5. - (Special) - Daniel Robert Byrd, 67, died at his home here last Wednesday after a long illness. He had been a resident of Polk county for 38 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Caroline Byrd; two sons, Wilson and Gettys Byrd of Haines City, and two daughters, Mrs. A. F. Duncan, of Haines City, and Mrs. Leslie McLeod, of Fort Green Springs. The funeral was held Thursday." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 6, 1934, p. 2.
"IN LOVING MEMORY - Of our beloved mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother MRS. CLARA HUDSON BELL who passed away Oct. 31, 1943. Her smiling way and pleasant face Are a pleasure to recall; She had a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all. Some day we hope to meet her - Some day, we know not when. To clasp her hand in the better land Never to part again. RAPLEY C. ARMSTRONG and wife, MARY, RAPLEY ARMSTRONG, JR., JACK ARMSTRONG, RUTH ARMSTRONG, DANIEL ARMSTRONG." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, Oct. 29, 1944.
"BUSHMAN - Ellis, four-year-old son of W. J. Bushman of The Tribune circulation department, died yesterday at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Grace Reese, Chicago. Mr. Bushman received the sad tidings last night. It was the first intimation he had that the little lad had even been ill, the child's illness being brief. The little fellow had been residing with his aunt since the death of Mrs. Bushman here in January of last year." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 9, 1917.
"RAMON BAZARTE INFANT - Funeral services for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Bazarte were held yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at the parlors of W. Primo Lord. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 13, 1927.
"A. R. BRITTLE - BRADENTON, Jan. 25. - (Special) - Augustus Robert Brittle, 83, a retired contractor, died at his home here today. Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. J. D. Miller, Bradenton, and two sons in Baltimore." Also, funeral notice: "BRITTLE, AUGUSTUS ROBERT - Funeral services for Augustus Robert Brittle, 84, who died at Bradenton Saturday will be held at the Silver Abbey cemetery, Safety Harbor, Monday afternoon at 4:30. The Turner funeral home of Bradenton has charge of all arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"MRS. SARAH BOYD - Mrs. Sarah boyd died at her home in Soperton, Ga. She is survived by her husband, G. W. Boyd; two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Jones of Tampa, and Mrs. Adel Smith, of Soperton; three sons, G. W. Boyd, jr., of Tampa; Eschol and Dennis Boyd, of Soperton; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Chappell, of Tampa; two brothers, R. L. Chappell, Tampa; and J. W. Chappell, Soperton, and three sisters, Mrs. S. L. Tharp, Tampa, Mrs. Cannon Cooper and Mrs. Henry Parish Soperton." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"BROOKS, MR. ROBERT E. - Funeral services for Mr. Robert E. Brooks, age 70, resident of 801 South Boulevard, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the J. L. Reed & Son Chapel on beautiful Bayshore Drive with Rev. Bruce T. Powell, associate pastor of St. John's Episcopal Church, to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 25, 1955.
"MISS MAGGIE BELLMARTIN - PLANT CITY - Miss Maggie Bellmartin, 66, of 1301 Larrick Lane, died yesterday. Miss Martin was a native of Conway, S. C., but had been a resident of Plant City 49 years. She is survived by her two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Tampa, and Mrs. Bessie McGlamory, Plant City, and her brother, W. E. Martin, Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 9, 1967, p. 19-A.
"MRS. MARY BAGGETT - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Bagget, who died Thursday, will be held from the Greenman-Company home, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will be in Tampa Memorial Park cemetery, the Rev. E. A. Wood, officiating. Mrs. Baggett is survived by her husband, Holden H. Baggett; four daughters, Irma, Edna, Neeta and Bobbie Jean; three sons, Holden, jr., Homer T., and Barney O. Baggett, all of Tampa, and three brothers, D. B. Newsom, Geneva, Ala., Rodolph and Roy Newsom, of Tampa. Pallbearers will be: N. L. Bullock, H. J. Johnson, D. Lancaster, E. E. Ozburn, F. M. Lynch and H. W. Winderweedle." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 14, 1929.
"Death has again invaded the household of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beckwith, and early yesterday morning their baby daughter was taken from. The child was taken ill a few days before, and the body of her dead brother, Harold, had hardly been buried when she was stricken down by an attack of croup that soon proved fatal. The funeral will take place today at Valrico, and in their double bereavement the afflicted parents will have the sympathy of all who know them." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, January 9, 1896, p. 1, col. 3.
"LOST THEIR INFANT CHILD - Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beckwith Bereaved - The infant child of Mr. abd Mrs. W. H. Beckwith, aged 18 months, died yesterday afternoon at their residence on Seventh Avenue, Tampa Heights. The funeral will occur today, the interment being made at 10 a.m. in the cemetery at Brandon station. Undertaker R. L. Medlin will have charge. The sympathies of a host of friends are extended to the bereaved parents." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, March 29, 1902, p. 4, col. 3.
"JESSE H. BATTLE - Jesse Holder Battle, 61, 100 East Fern St., died in Chattanooga, Tenn., Saturday night. He was a native of Springhill, Ga., and had lived here for 22 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ruth Battle of Tampa; three sons, John Battle, Jack Battle, and Bill Battle, all of Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Edward Tess, Washington D. C.; two brothers, Frank Battle and Elliott Battle, Bainbridge, Ga., and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"HARLAN BARTLETT - Harlan Estabrook Bartlett, 54, of 3211 San Carlos, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. He was a native of Edwardsville, Ill., and had been a resident of Tampa six months. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Bartlett; two son, Richard Bartlett and William Bartlett, and two daughters, Cinda Bartlett and Linda Bartlett." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"MRS. ETTA BARRETT - Funeral services for Mrs. Etta Barrett, who died Sunday in Lakeland, will be held this afternoon at 5:30 o'clock from the Greenman company home, the Rev. John N. Hudson officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 31, 1931, p. 2.

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"Yee Fee Chung, a Chinaman engaged in the laundry business at the corner of Seventh avenue and Seventeenth street, Ybor City, died Friday at 8 p.m., and was interred yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock in College Hill Cemetery, Undertaker Medlin officiating." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 15, 1901, p. 8.
"MISS MINNIE L. CHASE - AVON PARK, Nov. 27. - (Special) - Miss Minnie Lee Chase, retired school teacher of Westminister, Md., and Winter resident of Avon Park for the past seven years, died this morning at a hotel here where she was residing." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"CELAYA - Funeral services for Mr. Pedro (Perico) Celaya, 55, will be held today at 2 p.m. from the A.P. Boza Riverside Chapel with interment to follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. A.P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPELS 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"COPPERSMITH - Funeral services for Mrs. Mildred Coppersmith, 81, 824 South Dakota, will be Wednesday 10 a.m. at B. Marion Reed Chapel, Pastor Pierre Kennedy of Trinity Baptist Church officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. B. MARION REED" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"MRS. RACHEL COLE COOPER - Mrs. Rachel Cole Cooper, 3012 Chapin ave., died yesterday at her home. She had been a resident of Tampa for the last 30 years. Survivors are her husband, Frank L. Cooper, and two daughters, Mrs. Lewis D. Cannell, Vancouver, Wash., and Mrs. W. C. Disbrow, 3rd, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 4, 1942, p. 2. Also, funeral notice: "COOPER, RACHEL COLE - Funeral services for Mrs. Rachel Cole Cooper, who died Monday at home, 3012 Chapin ave., will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Funeral Home of B. Marion Reed, Platt street at Plant avenue. W. Truman Green will conduct Christian Science services. Mrs. Cooper is survived by her husband, Frank L. Cooper; two daughters, Mrs. Lewis D. Cannell, Vancouva, Wash., and Mrs. W. C. Disbrow, 3rd, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, August 5, 1942, p. 2.
"CASTANERA - Angel Castanera, aged thiry-five, died yesterday at a local hospital, following an illness of several days. The funeral will be held from B. M. Reed's chapel this morning at 9 o'clock and interment will be made in the Centro Espanol cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"COOKSEY, Mrs. Jessie, 83, of Palm Harbor. Died Sunday. A retired school teacher, and native of Chicago. North Funeral Home, Tarpon Springs Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"SAMUEL CORBIN - Funeral services for Samuel Corbin, who died in Chicago Saturday, will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount. Burial will be in Tampa Memorial cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, September 23, 1927, p. 2.
"MERRIMAC SURVIVOR DIES - NEWPORT NEWS, Va., March 14. (A.P.) - Arthur Colonna, 91, believed by relatives to have been the last surviving crew member of the Merrimac when the Confederate ironclad fought the Monitor, died today." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, March 15, 1937, p. 2.
"FRANK W. COVEY - LAKELAND, March 14. - (Special.) - Frank W. Covey, 74, who moved here from Vermont 23 years ago, died at his home yesterday. He is survived by seven children, including Mrs. Pat Gordon, Mrs. J. F. Grimes and Miss Beulah Covey of Lakeland; a brother, and two sisters, one of whom is Mrs. E. A. Whittier of St. Petersburg." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, March 15, 1937, p. 2.
"ERNEST LYNWOOD CROXTON - E. L. Croxton, 43, of Clewis Farms, died yesterday at the residence. Besides his widow, he is survived by a daughter. Miss Helen Elizabeth Croxton, and a son, Ernest Lynwood Croxton, jr., both of Tampa. Funeral arrangements have not been completed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, August 24, 1934, p. 2. Also: "ERNEST LYNWOOD CROXTON - Funeral services for E. L. Croxton, 43, of Clewis Farms, who died Thursday, were conducted yesterday at the funeral home of F. T. Blount by the Rev. Henry Locklear, of State Highway Baptist church, assisted by the Rev. R. L. Allen, of Seminole Heights Methodist church. Interment was in Jackson Heights cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, August 26, 1934, p. 2.
"CLYATT, Linnie Pearl, 54, of Lake Wales died Saturday. Nelson Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"MRS. JESUSA CAMPO DE MUNIZ - Mrs. Jesusa Campo De Muniz, 51, of 1918 Chestnut street, died yesterday at a hospital. She is survived by her husband Adriano Muniz; a son, Eddie Muniz; two daughters, Miss Elvira Muniz, and Mrs. C. S. Garcia, jr., a sister, Mrs. Maria Cueto, all of Tampa, and two brothers, Francisco and Constante Campo, both of Spain. Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the residence. Pallbearers will be Jack Aflalo, Sabino Moro, Joe Esteban, Joe Miranda, Francisco Cueto and C. S. Garcia, sr. Entombment will be in Loma Vista mausoleum. The Rev. Peter Mayerhoeffer, S. J., will officiate." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, August 24, 1934, p. 2.
"CODY, Elsie E., 77, of Holiday, died Tuesday. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"CARLSON, G. Adolph, 74, of Sebring. A retired telephone company supervisor and a resident of Sebring since 1968. Died Sunday. Warren Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"Harry Burton Coe Dies After Year's Illness - Harry Burton Coe, 47, long-time resident of Tampa, well known in the automobile field, and a son of the late Burton E. Coe, died yesterday at his home, 2118 Watrous avenue, after a year's illness. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Marian Coe, two daughters, Dorothy and Jean, and a son, Harry B. Coe, jr., all of Tampa. Mr. Coe was a member of John Darling lodge No. 154 of Masons, Tampa consistory and Egypt Temple Shrine. Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed by the Rev. E. C. Nance, pastor of First Christian church. Interment will be in Limona cemetery with Masonic services at the grave. Pallbearers will be Leslie Joughin, R. T. Joughin, John B. Sutton, O. G. Sexton, S. J. Rudisill, P. D. Cochran, Henry Holmes and Hal Mosely." Also, Masons' notice: "MASONS ATTENTION - All Master Masons are requested to meet with John Darling lodge No. 154 F. & A. M., 610 Madison atreet, this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, Harry B. Coe - O. E. MUNDEN, W. M. - S. C. M'CONNELL, Secty." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 6, 1935, p. 2.
"GIBSON M. CARTER - Gibson M. Carter, 50, in the garage business in Tampa for the last 15 years, died yesterday at his home on Gadsden road. He recently returned to Tampa from the veterans hospital at Bay Pines and came here originally from Hartwell, Ga. Survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Carter; his widow, Mrs. Josephine Carter; four sisters, Mrs. Ethel Whelpley, Denver, Mrs. Sybil Wilson, Washington, and Miss Caroline Carter and Mrs. Harry Holmes, Tampa, and a brother, Yancey Carter, Tampa. Mr. Carter's father formerly was a state senator of Georgia." Also, funeral notice: "CARTER, GIBSON - Funeral services for Gibson Carter, 50, of 5811 Gadsden Road, who died yesterday morning at the residence, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount, Rev. John N. Hudson of the Concord Baptist church officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. The Veterans of Foreign Wars will furnish an escort of honor and will have charge of the services at the grave. Pallbearers will be W. P. Bolesta, J. J. Stewart, J. E. Clement, C. O. Davis, Joe Fernandez and Raleigh Standau." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 6, 1935, p. 2.
"MRS. EDITH W. CARPENTER - PLANT CITY (Special) - Mrs. Edith Wenban Carpenter, 79, Trailer Sqiare, died Wednesday in a Plant City hospital. A native of Salamaca, N.Y., she was a resident of Interlake, N.Y., and had been a visitor to Plant City 14 years. She is survived by her husband, Harry." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 7, 1964, p. A2.
"CLANTON, LARRY JOE - Funeral services for Larry Joe Clanton, 11-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Clanton, 1165 1/2 Virginia Ave., Bartow, Fla., will be held Monday afternoon at 4 P. M. from A. E. North Chapel, with The Rev. Simmons, Baptist minister of Homeland, officiating. Interment will be in Homeland Cemetery. Survivors besides his parents are one sister, Linda Jean Clanton of Bartow. Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Aycock and Mr. J. J. Clanton. A. E. North Funeral Home of Fort Meade in charge of arrangements." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 21, 1948, p. 2.
"MR. COE'S DEATH - Mr. J. E. Coe, father of Burton E. Coe, died yesterday morning at 3 o'clock, at his home in Limona. The deceased was well-known throughout this section, and enjoyed the respect and esteem of all who knew him. The funeral occured at Limona yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, The bereaved relations have the sympathy of a host of friends." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 21, 1899, p. 4, col. 3.
"NONO CIAMBERTONE - Nono Ciambertone, 71, 510 Seward St., died Thursday at a local hospital. A native of Italy and formerly of Bloomfield, N.J., he had lived in Tampa for 14 years. He was a retired brick mason. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Michael Testa and Mrs. Violet McVagarry, of Bloomfield; and a son of New York City." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"COVODE - Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret M. Covode were held yesterday afternoon at the residence, 5506 Cherokee Avenue. Burial was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery, under the direction of B. Marion Reed, mortician, Rev. J. C. Tims, of the First Presbyterian Church, was the officiating minister." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 12, 1925, p. D10.
"WILLIAM S. CARLISLE - LAKELAND, Nov. 27. - (Special) - William Scott Carlisle, 76, died at his home early Saturday morning," Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"MRS. MARY JEANETTE CUSHMAN - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary J. Cushman of 248 Parker street, who died Saturday, were held yesterday morning from the B. Marion Reed funeral home with the Rev. Wallace Clift officiating. The body was sent to Griggsville, Ill." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 16, 1931, p. 2.
"CARUSO - After an illness of only a short duration, Salvador Caruso, aged thirty years, died at the Plant Park Infirmary. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence on Armenia Avenue, West Tampa. The interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Henderson-Blount Company are handling the remains." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 4, 1916.
"SAMUEL SHERRIL COLLINS - Samuel Sherril Collins, 707 Zack street, died yesterday at his home. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Maryland Collins; two sons, W. F. Collins, Tampa, and Frank Collins, Miami, and a daughter, Betty Collins, San Francisco. Funeral services will be held this morning at 11 o'clock at the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son. Dr. C. W. Duke, pastor of First Baptist church, will officiate and burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 13, 1932, p. 2.
"CARROLL, GEORGE O. - Mr. George O. Carroll, 82, of the Edgewater Hotel, 600 Magnolia, passed away Friday morning. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY Funeral Home,5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Memorial Lodge No. 20, F&AM, conducting. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"CORLEY, HENRY B. - Funeral services for Henry B. Corley, age 81, will be held Monday, July 1, 1968 at 10 A.M. from Robarts-Grady Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. D. B. Cottingham officiating, with burial in Gardner Cemetery, with Robarts-Grady Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"GEORGE DEWEY CAMPBELL - George Dewey Campbell, about 29, employe of a Plant City funeral home, died at the Municipal Hospital late yesterday of a self-inflicted pistol wound. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Helen Campbell; a son, George Dewey, Jr., a brother, Aaron Campbell, and a sister, Mrs. Paul Lewis." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.
"E. NOBLE CALHOUN - ST. AUGUSTINE, Jan. 25. - (A.P.) - E. Noble Calhoun, 63, city attorney of St. Augustine for 29 years, died here today after a brief illness. His grandfather was John Clay Calhoun of South Carolina, twice vice president of the United States. He is survived by his widow, a son and a daughter." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"WILLIAM H. CASEY - PALM BEACH, Jan. 25. - (A.P.) - William H. Casey, 82, retired hotel detective and a picturesque figure in this winter resort for a quarter century, died of a bullet wound today, and Peace Justice T. M. Rickards pronounced it suicide." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"CLARK, MRS. ADDIE - Mrs. Addie Clark, 84, widow of Will Clark, died Oct. 5 in Huntsville, Ala. She was affiliated with the Methodist Church and a former resident of Hopewell for 30 years. She is survived by three sons, Ed Clark of Huntsville, Ala., Curtis Clark of Lakeland and Cuthbert Clark of New Orleans; one daughter, Mrs. Madge Davis od Dallas, Texas; one brother, Joe Macchett of Hopewell, and one grand daughter. The funeral will be held 2 P.M. Wednesday afternoon at the chapel of A. M. Seigler Funeral Home. Interment will be at Plant City Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, October 8, 1957, p. 2.
"MIKE B. 'CHI-CHI' CARUSO, 75, of 1212 Palifox St. died Monday. He was a lifetime resident, and was retired from the city parks department. He was a member of the Centro Espanol Club. He is survived by his wife, Angelina; one son, Thomas; five brothers, Claude, Steve, Joe, John and Charlie; three sisters, Katie Menendez and Maggie; and two grandchildren. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"MANUEL 'EL CONGI' CERMENO, 50, of 3402 W. Arch St. died Sunday. He was a native of Tampa and a retired mechanic for the city of Tampa. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife, Nuvia; two sons, Manuel Jr. and Jorge; one brother, George; one sister, Mary L. Gonzalez; one niece; and one nephew. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"IGNAZIO FERRARO CAMMARATA, 92, of Tampa, died Thursday. He has lived in Tampa 70 years. The retired cigar maker was treasurer/secretary of S.M.S. Club Italia for 60 years. He is survived by two daughters, Angela Lanni and Eleanor 'Nora' Darrigo, both of Tampa; a brother, Angelo; a sister, Lucia Zambito, both of Milwaukee; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Roel and Curry Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 15, 1984, p. B11.
"JAMES TAYLOR CREEL, 82, of Tampa, died Thursday. He had lived in Tampa 60 years. He was captain of the City of Tampa Fire Department, retiring after 26 years of service. The retired ordained Baptist minister was a member of Belmont Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Grace; two daughters, Marie Wladyka and Helen Bass of Tampa; two brothers, Bernice Monroe and Bedy; two sisters, Portie Jacobe and Annie Mae Maddox, all of Birmingham, Ala.; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Marsicano Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 15, 1984, p. B11.
"CLARK, Ruby I., 83, of New Port Richey died Monday. National Cremation Society." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"DR. STEPHEN L. CHESHIRE - THOMASVILLE, Ga., Dec. 2. - (A.P.) - Dr. Stephen Lee Cheshire, prominent Thomasville physician and surgeon, died at the Archbold memorial hospital here today. Survivors include four brothers, R. E. and J. B. Cheshire of Lakeland, Fla., W. T. Cheshire, Jacksonville, Fla., and J. J. Cheshire, of Moultrie, Ga." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"CORDOVA - TAMPA - Funeral services for John C. Cordova, 94, of 2012 Davis St., will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. from the Chapel of Jennings Funeral Home, with Rev. Raymond Hancock, pastor of the Providence Baptist Church officiating. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Survivors include, sons: John L. Cordova, Frank Cordova, and Joseph Cordova; daughters, Mrs. Rose Deaton, and Mrs. Mary Smith; brothers, Arthur Cordova and Eugene Cordova; 10 Grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at: Jennings Funeral Home" Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, July 16, 1974, p. D7.
"FRANK D. CALDWELL - Funeral services for Frank D. Caldwell, 68, who died in Emporia, Va., will be held from the home in Riverview this afternoon at 2 o'clock with burial in Riverview cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 12, 1932, p. 2.
"CAMPBELL, REN C. - Funeral services for Mr. Ren C. Campbell will be held Thursday morning at 10 A.M. in the Kurfiss Funeral Home, Groveland, with Mr. Morris Jackson officiating. Interment will follow in the Greenwood Cemetery, Groveland, under the direction of the Kurfiss Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"CONROY, MARY - Funeral services for Mary Conroy will be held on Thursday, May 5, at 2:30 p.m., at the chapel of Coker's Funeral Home in Wauchula, with the Rev. Otis W. Garland in charge, assisted by the Rev. Robert Henson Ling. The body will lie in state at the Coker Funeral Home until the time of the service when the casket will be closed. Burial will be in Wauchula Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"CLOUD, Leland Ray Jr., 54, of Houston, Tex. Died yesterday. Duval Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"JOHN JORDAN COOK - BARTOW, Aug. 11 - (Special) - John Jordan Cook, 78, long-time Homeland resident, died last night in a Fort Meade nursing home." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"CHILLURA - Funeral services for Mr. Francesco M. Chillura, age 81, of 5315 Roberta Lane will be held this afternoon at two o'clock from the Chapel of Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Ltd., with interment at Myrtle Hill Cemetery. ROEL & CURRY FUNERAL HOME, LTD. 4730 N. Armenia Ave. Telephone 877-7676" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"CABELLO, MRS. FELICIA (BEVA) - Funeral services for Mrs. Felicia (Beva) Cabello, 71, of 2803 10th Ave. will be held Thursday at 4 P.M. from the A. P. Boza Nebraska Chapel with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 20, 1959, p. A2.
"CARROLL, MRS. BERNICE M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Bernice M. Carroll, age 71, resident of 1914 Dekle Ave., will be held Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the J. L. Reed & Son Chapel, Bayshore Blvd. and Plant Ave with Rev. Paul Wagner, pastor of the Palma Ceia Methodist Church to officiate followed by cremation." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 20, 1959, p. A2.
"CURPHEY - Mrs. Jewel L. Curphey, 66, 10921 Nebraska Ave. died Thursday. She was born in Illinois. Survivors include her husband, Malcolm Curphey; sisters, Susan Boling, Martinsville, Ind., and Laurel Dadigan, Chicago; & a brother, Carroll Huddleston, Okeechobee, Fl. Funeral services will be held at 7:00 p.m. Sunday at the Swilley Funeral Home, 1602 W. Waters Ave. with Mr. Hugh Bowman of the Forest Hills Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, officiating. Cremation will follow." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"MRS. SHIRLEY M. COLLIER - CLEARWATER, Sept. 26 (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Shirley Marie Collier, 42, of 1225 Belleair Blvd., who came here 14 years ago from Concord, N.H., died today in Morton Plant Hospital. Survivors include her husband, Freeman W. Collier; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Whiting Jr., Clearwater; two grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Eleanor Milne, Barre, Vt." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2.
"CORLETT, Cecil James, 58, of Spring Hill died Monday. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"CHANEY, WILLIAM B. - William B. Chaney, 63, of 42nd and East Lake, passed away Monday afternoon in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Jackson Heights Baptist Church, with the Rev. J. T. Terry, the pastor, officiating, assisted by The Rev. R. H. Whitcomb. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be J. P. Minton, J. R. Rodgers, B. H. Emmerson, H. C. Graves, W. W. Byrd and G. K. Schreckengost. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. W. J. Jones, of Tampa. Arrangements by F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"WILLIAM B. CHANEY - William B. Chaney, 63, of rural Tampa, died in a Tampa hospital late yesterday afternoon. He had resided here for 30 years. He is survived by his sister, Mrs. W. J. Jones, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"COVINGTON, PEYTON W. - Funeral services for Peyton W. Covington, 19, son of Mayor and Mrs. M. E. Covington, who died Monday morning, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Episcopal church. Rev. Richard I. Brown will officiate, assisted by Rev. Harcourt Johnson of Winter Haven. Interment will follow at Bougainvillea cemetery. Pallbearers will be John E. Wilkes, Dozier Fletcher, L. C. Davis, Eugene Martin, Raleigh Foster, Dick Smith, J. T. Williford and G. D. Godwin, Jr. Funeral arrangements in charge of Stephens funeral home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"MRS. MARIE V. CASON - PLANT CITY, Sept. 25. - (Special) - Mrs. Marie V. Cason, 55, of Sparkman Road, Plant City, died at her residence yesterday afternoon after a long illness. Born at Mulberry, she had been a resident of East Hillsborough for the past 28 years. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Nell G. Ray, Plant City; a son, T. C. Cason, U. S. Air Force, stationed in Germany; a sister, Mrs. T. Frank Wells, West Palm Beach, and a brother, W. R. Rogers, Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"CASWELL - The funeral of Mrs. Lulu Caswell, who died yesterday morning at 1 o'clock, took place yesterday afternoon from the residence, No. 2812 Taliaferro Street. Interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. The deceased is survived by her husband, John B. Caswell, a son, Burton, and a daughter, Miss Averdell. The funeral was in charge of the Henderson-Blount Company." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 7, 1916, p. 12.
"COCKRELL, FRED - Fred Cockrell, 62, passed away suddenly at his trailer on South Verona Ave., Avon Park. He was a native of Oklahoma and wintered in Avon Park for the past seven years. He was a member of the Highlands County Rod & Gun Club. He is survived by one brother. Mizelle Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, November 29, 1956.
"GEORGE M. CRICHTON - CHATTAHOOCHEE, Feb. 13. - (Special) - George Maxwell Crichton, 55, head of the engineering department of the Florida State Hospital, died Monday at his home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"CRUM, MRS. ADDIE ROMA - Funeral services for Mrs. Addie Roma Crum, 87, resident of 8302 North Newport, who passed away Wednesday morning at her residence, will be held this afternoon at two o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Mr. Roland Lewis, of Florida Christian College, will officiate. Interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Ray Warden, James Bolton, Raymond Haddock, Nelo Freijonel, Tom Gillespie and Edwin Husak." Also, "MRS. ADDIE ROMA CRUM - Mrs. Addie Roma Crum, 87, of 8302 North Newport, died yesterday at her residence. A native of Wyalusing, Pa., Mrs. Crum, was a resident of Tampa for 33 years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Tryon, Tampa; two sons, Roy J. Crum, of Connecticut and Edwin C. Crum of Rhode Island; four grandchildren and nine great grandchildren." Both published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, November 29, 1956.
"CASTANERA - Angel Castanera, aged thirty-five, died yesterday at a local hospital, following an illness of several days. The funeral will be held from B. Marion Reed's chapel this morning at 9 o'clock and interment will be made in the Centro Espanol cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"COLLINS - Mr. J. T. 'Jake' Collins, 65, of Land O'Lakes, passed away Wednesday morning. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the Lutz Chapel of the F.T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 18310 N. U.S. Hwy. No. 41, with Rev. Bob Hope, Pastor of Angus Valley Baptist Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be members of J.F. Swartsel Lodge No. 251 F&AM. The family will receive friends at the Lutz Chapel Friday night from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. A native of Cobbtown, Georgia, Mr. Collins had lived in the Tampa Bay Area since 1921. He was a member of J. F. Swartsel Lodge No. 251 F&AM; Zendah Grotto; Tampa Consistory Scottish Rite and Egypt Shrine Temple. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Atil Ligun and Mrs. Curtis Gnann, both of Land O'Lakes; brother, Ben Collins, Jacksonville, Fl.; nephews, James M. Bryant, Richard Collins and Robert Collins, all of Tampa, nieces, Mrs. Betty Dowd, Tampa and Mrs. Shirley Smith, Dallas, Tx., and several great and great-great-nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, November 7, 1980, p. D7.
"ROY CORDELL - Funeral services for Roy Cordell, 48, who died Tuesday night, will be held from the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. George Hyman and the Rev. Fred A. Turner will officiate. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Mr. Cordell is survived by his widow, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cordell, and a brother, Carl Cordell, all of Tampa, and a brother, W. C. Cordell, of Americanus, Ga. Pallbearers will be J. M. Ingraham, Merrit Rodgers, J. F. Grannell, G. C. Wofford and two to be selected from the Elks who will have charge of services at the grave." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 24, 1932, p. 2.
"CANNELLA, MRS. MARIA RUMORE - Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Rumore Cannella, age 56, of 2213 11th Ave., who died Saturday morning at a local hospital, will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Lord & Fernandez Chapel. Survivors are: Four sons, Jimmie, Sam, Philip and Joe Cannella, Tampa; three daughters, Miss Josephine Cannella and Mrs. Teresa Capitano of Tampa; Mrs. Millie Reyes of Rielly, Calif.; three brothers, Stefano, Joe, Salvatore Rumore, all of Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Maggio, Mrs. Carmela Savona and Mrs. Francesca Cannella; also 14 grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Gaspano Rumore, Jimmie Rumore, Filippo Rumore, Sam Maggio, Casimiro Rumore and Philip Rumore." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"CONNELL, MRS. LINNA BOYD - Mrs. Linna Boyd Connell, age 84, of 4706 Tenth Avenue, passed away Sunday morning in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home with the Rev. Lonnie Owens, pastor of Spencer Memorial Baptist Church, the Rev. Ludd Tanner, pastor of Oak Park Baptist Church, and the Rev. John Tucker, pastor of the Jackson Heights Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Sylvan Abby, near Safety Harbor. Pallbearers will be J. E. Lovell, C. M. Stewart, L. L. Tennant, N. A. Nunn, D. W. Westberry, and John D. Cressier." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"CRANFORD, MISS CHRISTINE - Funeral services for Miss Christine Cranford, 71, of 209 S. Westland Ave., will be held this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Platt St. Dr. Harold E. Buell, pastor of the Hyde Park Methodist Church, will officiate. Miss Cranford will be sent tonight to the Hart Mortuary, Macon, Ga., for graveside services and interment in the Riverside Cemetery, Macon. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. J. L. Taylor, Tampa, and Mrs. H. M. Gould, Nashville, Tenn.; a brother, Mr. Lois Cranford, Macon; a nephew, Mr. Joe C. Taylor, St. Petersburg; two nieces, Mrs. Charles Gilbert, Nashville, and Miss Mary Cranford, Macon." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"CATES - Funeral services for Mr. Ernest W. Cates, Sr., 63, of 942 E. Giddens, will be conducted from the graveside in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Monday morning at 10:30 with Rev. Eugene Vining, associate pastor of the Temple Crest Baptist Church officiating. The family will receive friends at Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, 6718 N. Armenia Ave. this afternoon from 4 to 5 p.m. SHIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"CREWS - Funeral services for Mrs. Ann S. Crews will be held at 3:00 o'clock Monday afternoon at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. Rev. Fr. Thomas F. Earner of St. Petersburg Catholic Church will officiate. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. A retired reservations agent for Eastern Airlines and former resident of Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Crews had lived in Tampa for 16 years and was a member of St. Petersburg Catholic Church. Survivors include one son, Roger L. Bloomfield, Jr., and sister Miss Mary Eileen Scully both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"MRS. LOUISE COLLERA - Mrs. Louise Collera, 57, of 3431 Green St., died Friday afternoon at a Tampa hospital. A native of Tallassee, Ala., she had resided in Tampa 20 years and is survived by her husband, Manuel Collera Jr., U.S. Navy, Great Lakes, Ill.; two brothers, M. Marvin Hamby, of Montgomery, Ala., and John Hamby of Birmingham, Ala., and a sister, Mrs. Mary Bearden, of Calhoun, Ga." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 24, 1963, p. A4.
"CARL RAYMOND CLINE, 57, of Tampa died Thursday. He lived in the Bay area for 30 years and was a maintenance man at a seafood processing plant. He is survived by his wife, Rachel; his mother, Elsie Weaver of Paxton; seven brothers, Thomas and James of Waynesville, Ga., William of Columbia, S.C., Robert of Brunswick, Ga., Clarence of Tampa, Floyd of Alabama and Dub; three sisters, Louis Adams of Ottumwa, ??, Barbara Taylor of Houston, Texas, and Linda English of Paxton. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"JAMES 'JIMMY' EVERETT CANTRELL, 41, of Tampa, died Thursday. Cause of death was unavailable. He lived in the Bay area for 15 years and was a respiratory therapist. He was a Viet Nam veteran and a member of the Experimental Aircraft Association. He is survived by his wife, Linda; one son, Bert Gideons of Tampa; his mother, and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Hutchinson of Plant City; one sister, Sylvia A. Todd, of Jacksonville; and one brother, Danny R. Hutchinson of Plant City. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 1, 1982, p. D9.
"JERRY LEE CLARK, 30, of Tampa died Thursday of natural causes. He moved to Tampa three years ago from Cadiz, Ohio, and worked for the Florida Metal Corp. He was a member of the Jehovah's Witness faith and is survived by his father, Virgil Clark of Cadiz, Ohio; his mother, Rebecca Wojcieckouski of San Diego, Calif.; one son, Brian Pummell of Ashland, Ohio; one brother, Ralph of Ashland, Ohio; and three sisters, Rebecca Everett of Tampa and Audrey and Linda, both of Ashland, Ohio. Stowers Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 1, 1982, p. D9.
"MONTA SAWYER CARLISLE, 75, of Tampa died Thursday. For the past 25 years he had lived in the Bay area. He worked as a meatcutter for a meat market. He is survived by his son, Monta R. of North Lauderdale; brother, Earl L. of West Virginia; sister, Roxie R. Brown of South Carolina and Helen C. Stiegel of Kansas; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"THOMAS B. CORDWELL, 64, of Tampa, died March 13 of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was a native of West Virginia. He is survived by a son, Thomas of Jane Lew, W. Va.; a daughter, Alycia Ann of Jane Lew, W. Va.; a brother, Edward of Morgantown, W. Va.; and a sister, Betty Orinick of Morgantown, W. Va. Zipperer's Agape Mortuary." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"ANTONINO CAPITANO - Antonino Capitano, 78, 1814 1/2 15th St., a native of Santo Stefano, Quisquina, Sicily, and a resident of Tampa for 58 years, died Sunday in a Tampa hospital. He was a member of the Italian Club. He is survived by two sisters in Italy and several nephews and nieces." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 16, 1963, p. A2.
"MARIE W. COULSON - Marie W. Coulson, of 811 South Rome Ave., died at her home Sunday. Survivors include her husband, John Coulson, and a sister, Helene Wittman, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"FRED CLOSE - Fred Close, 83, Seffner, died Thursday in Lakeland. A native of DeKalb County, Tennessee, he lived in this area for 10 years and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Mango, and I.O.O.F., Norman, Okla. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Gertrude F. Close; sons, Carrol J. Close, Guadalajara, Mexico, James A. Close, Tulsa, Okla., Richard A. Close, Seffener, and Roland B. Close, Abilene, Tex., and a sister, Mrs. M. T. Lockman, Jr., Seffner." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"JOHN L 'JACK' CRAVERO, 66, of Tampa died Monday. He lived in the Bay area for 22 years and was a manager for a local finance company. He was also a veteran of World War II and a member of the Kiwanis CLub of Lake Charles, La., and the Catholic Men's Society of Sulphur Spring, La. He is survived by two daughters, Patricia M. Davis of Washington, Va., and Suzanne M. Kingston of Tampa; one brother, Patrick; one sister, Theresa; and three grandchildren. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"Astor Clarke, Marine Broker, Dies In Tampa - Astor H. Clarke, 66, Brandon, died yesterday in Tampa. A native of Brownsville, Tex., he moved here in 1942 and was a marine broker. A member of the Episcopal Church, he served as past president and trustee if the Florida West Coast Orchid Society and, before coming to this area, was national champion in duckpins. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Kathleen M. Clarke; and two daughters, Mrs. Ted Neubert Jr., Temple Terrace, and Mrs. William Jeffries, Fairfax, Va." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1969, p. A19.
"CHESTNUTT, MRS. JEFFIE M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Jeffie M. Chestnutt, age 68, who passed away Wednesday in Valdosta, Ga., will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Florida Avenue Baptist Church with Rev. Lester Miller, Rev. R. L. Polk and Rev. J. M. Gilbreath officiating. She will be laid to rest in Bougainvillea Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, James C. Chestnutt, Sr.; one son, James C. Chestnutt, Jr., Avon Park; three daughters, Mrs. C. D. Bridges and Mrs. H. J. Bridges, of Sanford, and Mrs. Horace McRae, Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Rico; one sister, Mrs. J. B. Youngblood, Bridgeboro, Ga., and 14 grandchildren. Scott-Stephenson-Smith Funeral Service in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"COOPER - Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Cooper, 81, of St. Petersburg and formerly Pasco County who passed away Tuesday will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Coleman-Ferguson Chapel, Dade City, with interment in Holton Cemetery. Survivors include one son, Cohen Cooper, Zephyrhills; one daughter, Mrs. Bury Zeigler, St. Petersburg; two brothers, Wilbert Wells, Brooksville, Jackson Wells, Zephyrhills; seven grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 13, 1973, p. D11.
"COTHRAN, JAMES WILEY, SR. - Funeral services for James Wiley Cothran Sr., age 58, who passed away Wednesday, will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday in the First Methodist Church with Rev. A. G. Hardee, and Rev. Allen Stewart, officiating. He will be laid to rest in Bougainvillea Cemetery. All bearers, honorary and active are asked to meet at the church at 3:45 p.m. Scott-Stephenson-Smith Funeral Service in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"MRS. S. KATHERINE COWART - Mrs. S. Katherine Cowart, 48, 8706 13th St., died Sunday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Greenville, Tenn., she had lived in Tampa 23 years. Mrs. Cowart was a member of the Sulphur Springs Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, William J. Cowart; three sons, William W. Cowart, Charles C. Cowart and Joseph H. Cowart, all of Tampa; one grandson, William J. Cowart, Tampa; his mother, Mrs. Hannah M. Chapman, Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Streetman, Miami; Mrs. Rose Carter, Mishawaka, Ind., and Mrs. Juanita Nelson, Tampa; one brother, J. W. Chapman Jr., Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 16, 1963, p. A2.
"THOMAS W. CLEWORTH - CLEARWATER - Thomas W. Cleworth, 78, of 2043 Imperial Way, died Wednesday. Born in Vermillion, S.D., he came here three years ago from Chicago, Ill., was a retired advertising agency president and a Methodist. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ruth K. Cleworth; a son, Gilbert E. Cleworth, Willmette, Ill.; a daughter, Miss Marjorie Cleworth, Tampa; two brothers and a sister." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 22, 1969, p. A23.
"G. S. CULL - Funeral services for G. S. Cull, 69, supervisor of boys at the Children's home, who died Thursday, were held Yesterday afternoon from the home with Dr. A. Fred Turner, assisted by Dr. S. H. Givler, conducting the services. Interment was in Orange Hill cemetery. Pallbearers were A. Humphrey, W. E. Gebhardt, H. B. Hulett, H. T. Rittgers, J. T. Sumner, W. A. Crowe, W. H. Brown and Judge W. S. Graham." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 22, 1932, p. 2.
"MRS. DOROTHY A. COWOOD - Mrs. Dorothy Alma Cowood, 49, of 3710 San Luis, died Friday in a local hospital. A native of Chicago, she lived in Tampa for the last five years. She is survived by her husband, Edwin Cowood; one son, Edwin Frederick Cowood; two daughters, Doreen Cowood and Marilyn Cowood; two brothers, Oscar Johnson, Miami, and Clarence Johnson, Thronton, Ill.; four sistersm Mrs. Ebba Maag, and Mrs. Vera Russell, both of Homewood, Ill.; Mrs. Hazel Bessett, Chicago, and Mrs. Ida Smith, of Kalamazoo, Mich." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"GEORGE E. CANNONS - George E. Cannons, 71, died Monday at his home in Brandon. He is survived by his widow; five sons, Harry Cannons of New Orleans, Leslie Cannons of Cotulla, Tex., Theodore Cannons of Los Angeles, George Cannons of Lake Alfred, and Ralph Cannons of Winter Haven; and three daughters, Mrs. Maude Hightower of Winter Haven, Mrs. Bessie Johnson of Wauchula, and Miss Inez Cannons of Lakeland. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery, Winter Haven, this afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Griffin of the First Baptist church of Winter Haven, officiating. Brandon Masonic lodge will be in charge of services at the grave." Also, funeral notice: "GEORGE E. CANNONS - WINTER HAVEN, Dec. 28. - (Special) - Funeral services will be held here Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for George E. Cannons, 71, who died yesterday afternoon at his home in Brandon. Surviving are his widow, three daughters, Mrs. P. L. Hightower, Winter Haven; Mrs. I. B. Johnson, Wauchula, and Miss Inez, at home, and four sons, George of Winter Haven, Harry of New Orleans, La., Theodore of Los Angeles, Calif., and Leslie of Catulla, Tex." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 29, 1932, p. 2.
"Two Boys Are Drowned In Lake Near Dundee - WINTER HAVEN, Dec. 28. - (A.P.) - Two brothers, named Collins, 11 and 13 years old, were drowned today in Lake Menzie at Dundee as a boat in which they were playing capsized. Another brother escaped. Efforts to learn the first names of the boys were not immediately successful. They came here from Quincy, and were visiting H. O. Whittle, an uncle. They were sons of the Quincy police chief. The bodies were recovered." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 29, 1932, p. 2.
"CLOUSE, WILLIAM A. - William A. Clouse, 72, died at the Lake Wales Hospital Friday at 5:30 P. M. after a short illness. He was born in Grayville, Tenn., and had been a resident of Lake Wales for 12 years. Besides his wife, Rose, he is survived by one son, Harley A. Clouse, and two grandchildren, of Tampa; two brothers, J. G. and R. M. Clouse, and three sisters, Mamie C. Benson, Maude S. Collins, Madge M. Anderson, all of Tennessee. Funeral services monday afternoon, 3 o'clock, at the Presbyterian Church, The Rev. R. T. Nelson officiating. Burial in Lake Wales Cemetery. Griffith Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"CROUCH, HARRY FRANKLIN - The remains of Harry Franklin Couch, 43, of 105 S. Boulevard, will lie in state at B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Platt St. at Plant Ave., from 5 o'clock until 9 o'clock this afternoon at which time he will be sent to the Clyde Williams Funeral Home in Knoxville, Iowa, where services and interment will be held. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Helen Crouch, Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Overton, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Mary Sullivan, Cleveland, Ohio; one brother, Philip E. Crouch, and his mother, Mrs. Martha O. Crouch, both of Knoxville, Iowa." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"HENRY PERRYN CALHOUN - Henry Perryn Calhoun, 9-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Calhoun, of 1408 Poinsettia, died in a local hospital Saturday. Besides his parents he is survived by a brother, Robert T. Calhoun, Jr., of Tampa; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Perryn, of Tampa, and Mrs. Calhoun, of Tarpon Springs." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"EDWIN CRUISE - Edwin Cruise, 52, died yesterday morning at his residence, 211 1/2 Beach place. He was propieter of Cruise barbecue stand on Lisbon avenue, and was in the engineering department of the Canadian army during the World war. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Marie Cruise; a daughter, Miss Marion Cruise; one son, Edwin F. (Ted) Cruise, of Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Garfield Hearn, Windsor, Canada, and four brothers, Clarence Cruise, Windsor, Canada; Albert Cruise, Regina, Saskatchewan; George Cruise, Winnipeg, and J. R. Cruise, Green Cove Springs, Fla." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"MRS. EVA A. CAPERS - Mrs. Eva A. Capers, 76, of 3828 W. Platt St., died yesterday. A native of Maysville, Ky., she lived in Tampa 40 years and was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Survivors include her husband, Hall T. Capers; a daughter, Mrs. Shirley Sasxon, Tampa; brothers, R. W. Allen, Tampa, and W. T. Allen, Jacksonville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"CORBITT, MRS. MINNIE F. - Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie F. Corbitt, 90, resident of Wilmore, Ky., and former resident of Tampa, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Rev. Jiles E. Kirkland, pastor of Manhattan Avenue Methodist Church, to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are J. W. Guy, J. W. Hilsman, W. C. Farr, J. D. Brown, E. H. Atkins and R. H. Chapman." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 25, 1955.
"Dies In Hospital - Mrs. Gloria Louise Cole, 18, of 10106 Arden Ave., died last night at a local hospital. She had lived here all of her life. Survivors include her husband, Howard Cole, Jr.; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Smith; two brothers, Wayne Smith and R. V. Smith, Jr.; a sister, Mrs. A. N. Gardiner, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harris and Mrs. A. T. Smith, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"CAMERON - Samuel Cameron, sixty-seven years of age, died last night at his home near Six Mile Creek. The funeral will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of the Gooding Smith Company, interment to be made in Woodlawn cemetery. Deceased was a member of the Painter's Union, and the members will attend the funeral in a body." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, February 18, 1913.
"Death Claims Mrs. Caraway, Ex-Senator - WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. - (AP) - Mrs. Hattie W. Caraway of Arkansas, first woman ever elected to the United States Senate, died today after a lenghty illness. She was 72. Mrs. Caraway, a Democrat, served in the Senate from November, 1931, until January, 1945. She was appointed to succeed her husband, Thaddeus Caraway, who died while a senator. Later, she won one special and two regular elections. She suffered a stroke last January which left her partially paralyzed. For a time she was at Walter Reed Army Hospital here, the recovered sufficiently to be removed to White Hall sanitarium at nearby Falls Church, Va. Her condition declined gradually in recent months, however, and she died at 11:05 A.M. Born On Farm - Born Feb. 7, 1878, on a farm near Bakersville, Tenn., Mrs. Caraway married Thaddeus Caraway, then a lawyer, in 1902 when she was 24. She was occupied chiefly as wife and mother at Jonesboro and later in Washington after Caraway was elected to the Senate. She was appointed to the Senate Nov. 13, 1931, upon the death of her husband. The following year she became a national figure by winning a sweeping victory over five men who represented the state's most powerful Democratic organizations. She was elected both for the few months remaining of her husband's term and for a regular six year term. A powerful ally in the strenuous 1932 campaign was the late Senator Huey P. Long of Louisiana who took a caravan of sound trucks into Arkansas and stumped the state for Mrs. Caraway. Six years later Mrs. Caraway was reelected but in the primary of 1944 she ran last in a field of four and lost to Senator Fulbright. After her defeat Mrs. Caraway was appointed Federal Employee's Compensation Appeals Board by President Roosevelt. She resigned a few weeks before her death. While the first woman elected to the Senate, Mrs. Caraway was not the first woman senator. That distinction went to Rebecca Latimer Felton of Georgia who was appointed in 1922 to fill a vacancy. Only one other woman, Mrs. Margaret Chase Smith, now Republican senator from Maine, ever has been elected to a full six-year Senate term." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"IN MEMORIUM - In memory of Emmett F. Cason. My Dear Brother, who passed away one year ago this 8th day of Feb., whom I miss so much for he was all I had left of our family. Want to thank all of his dear friends also my own for how nice they have been to me, His Sister." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"ALEXANDER CRAWFORD DIES - WAUCHULA, Jan. 14. - (Special) - Alexander Crawford, 81, a pioneer of Hardee county, died at his home near Zolfo Springs today. Survivors include six sons, C. C., W. H. and J. J. Crawford. of Zolfo Springs; Jesse and Alex Crawford. of Oneco; and Ples Crawford, of Fort Myers; and four daughters, Mrs. Carolyn Allen and Mrs. Etta Lowe, of Zolfo Springs; Mrs. Piety Lee, of Tampa, and Mrs. Leola Davis, of Coral Gables." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, January 15, 1938, p.2.
"CARLEY, MARY LOU - Funeral services for Mary Lou Carley, 2 1/2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Carley, of Palm River, who died Friday from injuries received in an automobile accident on the 22nd street causeway, will be held Monday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount. Rev. M. J. Gowing of the Wells Memorial Baptist church will conduct the services. Interment will be in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 24, 1937, p. 1-4.
"CONE - Mrs. M. L. Cone, aged eighty-seven years, died very suddenly yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Higginbotham, No. 1006 Michigan avenue. She is survived by a number of sons and daughters, among whom are Mrs. J. T. Higginbotham, Miss Lena Cone and Mrs. J. P. Hardee of Tampa, and Mrs. Charles Mahoney of San Sara. The deceased was the widow of the late Capt. Peter Cone, and was a pioneer native of Florida, having been born near Fernandina and lived the greater part of her life in that section of the state. The body has been prepared for shipment by J. L. Reed and will be sent to Jacksonville tonight, and interment made near Fernandina." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 3, 1920, p. B6.
"MRS. MARY E. CREACEY - Mrs. Mary E. Creacey, 86, of Mango, died Friday at her home. She is survived by a son, J. H. Creacey, Bristol, Va.; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Jane Watkins, Mango; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"MRS. OLIVE MARIE CHERRY - Mrs. Olive Marie Cherry, 66, 4914 Trenton St., died Wednesday morning in a Tampa hospital. She was a native of Parma, Ohio, and had resided in Tampa for the last 20 years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. J. (Bernice) Brancati, Tiffin, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Kelsch, Parma, Ohio, and Mrs. Pearl Ebell and three grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, January 27, 1963.
"MRS. EMILY P. CRAWFORD - Mrs. Emily Paralee Crawford, 84, of 6107 Central avenue, died yesterday afternoon at the residence. She is survived by a son, R. L. Crawford, of Chicago, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Owens, of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. D. Harrison, of Vesalia, Calif., and Mrs. A. E. Morland, of Havana, Ala." Also, funeral notice: "CRAWFORD, MRS. EMILY PARALEE - Funeral services for Mrs. Emily Paralee Crawford, 84, of 6107 Central avenue, who died yesterday afternoon at her residence, will be held this morning at 11 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount. Rev. Carter Hardin of the Seminole Heights Methodist church will conduct the services. The remains will be taken on the noon train to Marion, Ala., for interment." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"MARY MENRINDA CONWAY, 85, of 3711 Garrison St., Tampa, died Thursday. She had lived in Tampa since 1925, coming from Hot Springs, Ark. The homemaker was a member of Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church. She is survived by four sons, Alven and Sam Edward, both of Tampa, Harry E. of Tulsa, Okla., and Lloyd Thomas Conway of Pleasantville, Tenn.; a daughter, Mary L. Dick of Tampa; 19 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren. Snipes-Glass Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"CAMERON-STUART, Leroy Allen, 27, of Lutz, died Sunday. F.T. Blount Co. Funeral Home, Lutz-Land O' Lakes Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"CAWVEY, Hurshel Joseph Sr., 67, of Tampa, died Sunday. Marsicano Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"CLAYTOR, Homer 'Coy' Sr., 67, of Lutz, died Sunday. Roel & Curry Funeral Home Ltd." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"Jerry Carter's Mother Dies at Home of Son - WABASSO, Sept. 22. - (A.P.) - Mrs. Blanche Williams Carter, 82, mother of State Railroad Commissioner Jerry W. Carter, died here yesterday at the home of a son, R. D. Carter. Other survivors include a half sister, Mrs. Geraldine Franklins. Funeral services will be held here Monday." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"WILLIS CHAMBERS - FORT MEADE, Nov. 6 - (Special) - Willis Chambers, a retired farmer and a resident of Fort Meade for the past 20 years, died last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lester Cribbs, at 216 Langford St. here." Also, fuenral notice: "CHAMBERS, WILLIS - Funeral services for Willis Chambers, 76, who passed away last night, at Ft. Meade, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 from Southerland Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. A. W. Tampling, pastor of First Baptist Church, will officiate, assisted by The Rev. Carl Brewington. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Southerland Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Both published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"CLINTON, Clora M., 73, of Winter Haven, died Tuesday. Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"BERTIE T. M. CAUTHEN - OCALA, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Bertie T. M. Cauthen died Friday while visiting his brother, S. D. Cauthen, in Wetumpka, Ala." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"MANUEL CARRANZA - Manuel Carranza, 45, former resident of Tampa, died Wednesday in Miami. He is survived by his wife, Maria Carranza, of Miami; four brothers, Hector Carranza, of Tampa, George Carranza and Michael Carranza, of Miami, and Lawrence Carranza, of Washington, D. C.; and three sisters. Mr. Carranza was born and raised in Tampa and was a graduate of the University of Florida." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"MANUEL CASTILLO, 87, of Tampa, died Wednesday. He was a lifetime resident of Tampa. He was a member of First Freewill Baptist Church. He is survived by two sons, John and Joe; a daughter, Mary E. Morales; two grandchildren, all of Tampa; and four great-grandchildren. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"ENOCH L. CONERLY - LAKELAND, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Enoch Lawson Conerly, 57, owner of Conerly's Fish Market, died at his home. Mr. Conerly had resided in Lakeland for the last five years. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Myrl Conerly, Lakeland; three sons, L. G. Conerly, Plant City, E. M. Conerly, Winter Haven, and A. L. Conerly, with the Air Force; three daughters, Mrs. Pauline Hagan, Plant City, Mrs. Myrtle Komsie, Tampa, and Mrs. Donna Donnoromn, New York City; his father, Melton Conerly, Lakeland; five brothers, G. W., Frank, Marvin, John and Harry Conerly, all of Haines City; two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Leggett, Lakeland, and Mrs. Jennie Ross, Akron, Ohio, and six grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"COLONIE, Robert R., 28, of New Port Richey, died. Cause and date of death are unknown. Thompson Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"CASANUEVA, MR. CALIXTO (CHARLIE) - Funeral services for Mr. Calixto (Charlie) Casanueva, 52, of 309 W. Parl Ave., a resident of Tampa for the last 48 years and a member of the Centro Asturiano Club, Cuban Club and Cabarieros de la Luz, who passed away Friday at a local hospital, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Lord & Fernandez Chapel. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Survivors are: His widow, Mrs. Argentina Casanueva, Tampa; a daughter, Miss Martha Josephine Casanueva, Tampa; two sons, Celso Casanueva, Tampa, and Calixto Casanueva, Jr., in the Air Force Corps, Japan; two sisters, Mrs. Carmen C. Medina and Margaret C. Rubio, both of Tampa; two brothers, Richard and Amancio Casanueva, both of Tampa; his mother, Mrs. Ana Casanueva, and one grandson, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"COOPER, MR. LEONARD L. - Mr. Leonard L. Cooper, 28, of 2407 E. Hillsborough and in service of U. S. Marines was killed at San Diego, Calif., on Aug. 13th due to a plane accident. Requiem Mass willbe celebrated at 9 o'clock Thursday morning at Sacred Heart Church with The Rev. Thomas L. MacNair, S. J., officiating. Rosary services will be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the chapel of F. T. Blount Company funeral home. Full military honors will be accorded by MacDill Field. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cooper, of Tampa; two brothers, Elmer Cooper of Niles, Ohio, Charles Cooper with U. S. Navy at Charleston, S. C.; three sisters, Mrs. Irene Baker, Mrs. Margaret Weaver and Mrs. Anna Marie Britten, all of Tampa. Arrangements by F. T. Blount Company funeral home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"DELBERT E. CRAVER, 68, of Tampa, died Monday. A native of Springfield, Ohio, he had lived in Tampa eight years. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"MRS. SARAH COLLINS - BRADENTON, May 31 - (Special) - Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Collins, 76, of Oneco, who had resided in Manatee County for half a century, died yesterday. She is survived by five children: Mrs. Sarah Lee Wedge, West Palm Beach; David F. Collins, San Francisco; John W. Collins, Clearwater; Alonzo R. Collins, Tampa, and Mrs. Wade Coleman, Oneco; nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, June 1, 1946, p. 2.
"MRS. COLLINS, PIONEER TAMOA RESIDENT, DIES - Mrs. Sarah F. Collins, 83, of 219 Plant ave., as resident of Tampa since shortly before the turn of the century, died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. Mrs. Collins was born in Hamilton county. She and her husband, Thomas C. Collins, came to Tampa to join her brothers, John B. Spencer, jr., Charles H. and Joseph D. Spencer. Mr. Collins died shortly afterward. Survivors are a son, Maj. Charles Joseph Collins, of Detroit; a sister, Mrs. Mills E. Savage, of DeFuniak Springs; a grandson, Russell Bowyer, jr., who is in the army; three granddaughters, Miss Sarah Lou Bowyer, of Tampa, and Misses Ann Wharton and Josephine Spencer Collins, of Detroit; two nieces, Mrs. F. H. Caldwell, of Tampa, and Mrs. Steven Adams, of Wellborn, Fla." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, July 26, 1945, p. 2.
"GENERAL CRAIG, FORMER ARMY CHIEF, IS DEAD - WASHINGTON, July 25. - (U.P.) - Gen. Malin Craig, former chief of staff who turned out 500,000 World War II officers on a 'production line' basis, died at Walter Reed hospital today of heart disease. The muscular, square-jawed four-star general would have been 70 Aug. 5. He passed away at 1:45 p.m., EWT., victim of a lingering illness that followed a heart attack more than a year ago. Burial will be private in the Arlington National cemetery on a date to be announced." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, July 26, 1945, p. 2.
"MARIE W. COULSON - Marie W. Coulson, of 811 South Rome Ave., died at her home Sunday. Survivrs include her husband, John Coulson, and a sister, Helene Williams, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"MRS. SARAH COLLINS - Mrs. Sarah Collins, 91, did last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Knight, 2302 Florida avenue. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Plant City. Besides the daughter here, Mrs. Collins is survived by another daughter, Mrs. W. S. Knight, of Plant City." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, September 17, 1927 p. 10.
"CANTRELL, WILLIAM ANDERSON - Funeral services for William Anderson Cantrell, 26, who died Saturday at his home, 3409 Granada street will be held at three o'clock this afternoon at the Lord and Fernandez funeral parlors. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Mr. Cantrell is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Cantrell; a brother, James Cantrell and a sister, Miss Mary Cantrell, all of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"Single Funeral To Be Held Today For 4 Auto Victims - Four members of one family, victims of an automobile accident that turned a holiday visit into tragedy, will be buried this afternoon at 2 o'clock at a single funeral service at the Little Union Primitive Baptist church at Picnic. The victims were Don Carlos Carter, 30, and N. A. Carter, 22, sons of N. A. Carter, sr., of Picnic; D. C. Carter, jr., 2, and Paul Alexander Carter, four months old, children of D. C. Carter. Mrs. D. C. Carter also was injured and was in a critical condition last night in a Lake City hospital. The accident happened Friday night while they were enroute from Atlanta to Picnic on a Christmas visit. Their car failed to make a curve on the outskirts of Fort White, 26 miles northwest of Lake City, and crashed into a pole. Survivors include the elder victims parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Carter, sr., and five sisters, Mrs. Kitty Touchton, Mrs. Gladys Chastain, Jewel Helen and Mildred Barter. Elder D. D. Harrel, pastor of the Little Union church, will officiate at the combined service." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2. Also, funeral notice: "CARTER, DON CARLOS, Age 30. - CARTER, N. A. Age 22 - CARTER, D. C. jr. Age 2 - CARTER, PAUL ALEXANDER, Age 4 months - Funeral services for the above, who died in an auto accident near Lake City Friday, will be held this afternoon a 2 o'clock from the Little Union Primitive Baptist church in Picnic, Fla. Elder D. D. Harrel officiating. Survivors are Mrs. D. C. Carter, jr., Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Carter, sr.; five sisters, Jewell, Mildred, Helen Carter, Mrs. Kitty Touchton, and Mrs. Gladys Chastain, and one brother, E. D. Carter." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"FORMER ASSISTANT OF CREDIT MEN'S ASSOCIATION DIES - Charles F. Copp, 75, died at the residence, 5705 Seminole avenue, early yesterday morning. Besides his wife, Mrs. Clara D. Copp, he is survived by two children, Mrs. C. E. King and Carrol G. Copp of Tampa. Mr. Copp came to Tampa 12 years ago from Superior, Wis. He served as assistant manager for the Tampa Association of Credit Men for many years. In May, 1926, Mr. and Mrs. Copp celebrated their golden wedding day on Mr. Copp's 74th birthday. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, from the chapel of B. Marion Reed. Rev. Barnby Leach will officiate. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, September 17, 1927 p. 10.
"MRS. SARAH BELLE COLLINS - Mrs. Sarah Belle Collins, 75, died yesterday afternoon at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Speir, of 3212 Bay Villa. Born in Ella Ville, Ga., she had resided here in Tampa for the last 15 years. Other survivors include three other daughters, Mrs. Grace McGahee, of Tampa; Mrs. J. B. Stapleton of Dawson, Ga.; Mrs. Frodina C. Laney of Tarboro, N. C.; a son, Mr. J. R. Collins of Tampa; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"DR. PHILLIP COLLINS DEAD - He Passes Away at Morris, Ill., at the Ahe of 84 Years - Dr. Phillip Collins is dead. Although not unexpected on account of the notices published of his serious illness, the information will be received with the profoundest sorrow by the people of Florida. Mr. George N. Benjamin of this city received a telegram yesterday saying he died Saturday morning after a lingering illness of several weeks. Doctor Collins has lived the greatest portion of his useful life in this county and by upright living in everyday affairs he has built a monument to his memory in the hearts of the people more lasting than polished shafts of marble and more glorious than Caesar's crown. He leaves to mourn his death his aged companion, his son Phillip Collins and Mr. Geo. N. Benjamin, of this city, and to these the Tribune most sincerely extends the hand of sympathy in their bereavement and irreplacable loss. Mr. Phil Collins, jr., if no misfortune befell him, will reach Morris this morning, in time for the interment which will take place there today." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 2, 1896, p. 1, col. 3.
"Philip E. Collins, Former Tampan, Dies in Illinois - Philip E. Collins, 55, a native of Tampa and a resident here for many years, died suddenly of a heart attack while on a hunting trip Saturday near his home at Morris, Ill. Mr. Collins attended Hillsborough high school in Tampa and later was a student at Washington and Lee university. He was connected with the First National bank until 1918 when he moved to Morris, and entered business there. He is survived by his widow, a daughter, Phylis; a son, James, of Morris, and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Grinnell, of Tampa. Interment will be made in Morris tomorrow morning." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, November 13, 1939, p. 2.
"FRANKLIN ABELL COBB - FORT MYERS, May 6. - (Special) - Franklin Abell Cobb, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cobb of Iona died at Kirksville, Mo. He is survived bu his parents, his grandmother, Mrs. Wealthy C. Cobb, two brothers, Harrison S. and Carroll E." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, May 7, 1935, p. 2.
"MRS. KATE COURCHESNE - TARPON SPRINGS, Jan. 2. - (Special.) - Mrs. Kate Courchesne, wife of George A. Courchesne and prominent winter visitor to Tarpon Springs for 10 years, died from a heart attack at her home at the Rogers Park hotel in Chicago, Dec. 18. She and her husband were active in the affairs of the Tourist club." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 3, 1935, p. 2.
"CHASTAIN, GEORGE W. - Funeral services for George W. Chastain, who died at a local hospital yesterday, will be held Wednesday afternoon at o'clock from the F. T. Blount funeral home, with the Rev. W. J. Ashworth officiating, assisted by the Rev. Bates. Pallbearers will be J. M. Oren, D. B. Keating, A. Mendenhall, H. Bowyer, Vernon Welborn and C. R. Daniels. Interment will be in the Lake Carroll cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, May 7, 1935, p. 2.
"Deplorable Death. - The death on Friday of Mr. F. W. Clendenning of Thonotosassa has cast a momentary gloom over that neighborhood. From the first of his sickness it became evident to his devoted wife, brothers and sister that death was only a question of no great distance of time; and yet it was sooner than expected. Mr. Clendenning was a young man of rare gifts both of heart and mind. Affable in manners, graceful in Methodistic predilections, skillful in the art of teaching and greatly devoted to his relatives and friends, he will be missed incalculably both at home and abroad, while his young and now deeply depressed widow has but just begun to realize the awful truth that "Death enters and there's no defence." "Mark the perfect man and behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 29, 1896, p. 4, col. 2.
"MRS. MARGARET W. CONGER - Mrs. Margaret W. Conger, 39, Valrico, who died in an automobile accident Wednesday in Valrico, was a native of Georgia and had lived in the area for nine years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Valrico and the Valrico Arts and Crafts Club. Survivors include her husband, S. J. Conger Jr.; five sons, James L., David C., Billy D., Richard L. and Terry D. Conger, Valrico; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David L. Weeks, of Norman Park, Ga.; three brothers, Edward D. Weeks of Long Beach, Calif., Norman Weeks, Treasure Island, Calif., and Jimmy G. Weeks, San Diego; one sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Lynch, Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 9, 1967, p. 19-A.
"S/SGT CLARENCE COMER - S/Sgt. Clarence E. Comer, 51, of 8411 Bayshore Dr., died Saturday in MacDill Air Force Base Hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Florence G. Comer, Tampa; three sons, Clarence E. Comer, Jr., Lockborne Air Force Base, Ohio, and Andrew Comer and Martin Comer, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Ulman, Tucson, Ariz.; three brothers, Walter Comer, Hayside, Va.; Harvey Comer, Harmen, Va.; and Arthur Comer, Coeburn, Va.; three sisters, Mrs. Arthur Mutteo, Coeburn, Va.; Mrs. Carl Roope, Yuma, Ariz., and Mrs. William Muldoon, Havre de Grace, Md.; and his stepmother, Mrs. Pearl Comer, Stuart, Va." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"COLVIN - Word was received yeterday from W. H. Colvin, brother of L. S. Colvin, who took his own life Friday, two miles beyond Thonotosassa, by shooting himself, querying as to the cause of his death. Disposition of the body is pending receipt of the information regarding the cause of his death. The body is in charge of the Henderson-Blount Company. W. H. Colvin lives at Atkinson, N. C." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 11, 1917.
"REUBEN T. CHIPMAN - ORLANDO, Dec. 21 - (AP) - Reuben Tupper Chipman, 75, former owner and operator of a golf course at Sandy Creek, N.Y., died here today." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"FRED CHISHOLM - Fred Chisholm, of Plant City, died in a Tampa hospital yesterday. Funeral arrangements will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, July 22, 1930.
"CATO - Mrs. Florence H. Cato, 85, 10919 North Newport, Tampa, passed away Sunday night. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Lonnie L. Owen, Pastor of the Northgate Baptist Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be Frank Gavin, Douglas Gavin, Tim Gavin, Bobby Baker, Norman Bennet, John Janzer. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. A native of Mango, Florida, Mrs. Cato was a lifetime resident of Hillsborough County, Florida. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Thelma Garrison; one son, Edgar Cato, both of Tampa; 4 grandsons; 1 granddaughter and 1 great-grandson." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1976.
"MRS. JOSEPH S. CRISMAN - Mrs. Joseph S. Crisman, 78, died Wednesday night at her home at Osborn avenue and Twenty-second street. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from F. T. Blount's chapel, with burial at Micanopy. Besides her husband, Mrs. Crisman is survived by one step-son, M. J. Crisman and one step-daughter, Mrs. D. M. Johnson, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 13, 1927.
"L. R. CASON, SR. - Word was received here yesterday of the death, at his home in Toonsboro, Ga., of L. R. Cason, Sr., father of Marcellus Cason, 703 South Dakota avenue. Funeral arrangements will await the arrival in Toonsboro of the son." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 13, 1927.
"MRS. A. J. CHISHOLM - Mrs. A. J. Chisholm, 92, a resident of Florida for more than 40 years, died Wednesday night at her home in St. Cloud. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mae Clayton of Tampa and Mrs. C. C. Bowers of Gifford, S.C., and two sons, James M. Chisholm of Tampa and the Rev. A. M. Chisholm of St. Cloud." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 24, 1935.
"FRANCIS PATRICK CLARK - CLEARWATER, Feb. 18 - (Special) - Francis Patrick Clark, 63, a visitor from White Plains, N.Y., died in Morton Plant Hospital Friday night. He had been here eight days. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Marie Doherty Clark, and one daughter, Mrs. Ann Clark Lilly, of New Orleans." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"MRS. ANNA CONRAD - Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Conrad, 69, of 302 East Amelia avenue, who died Feb. 9, were held yesterday afternoon from the F. T. Blount funeral home with Dr. A. M. Bennett, of the Palm Avenue Baptist church, officiating. The body was sent last night to West Chester, Pa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 16, 1931, p. 2.
"W. W. CLYATT - OCALA, Oct. 21. - (Special) - W. W. Clyatt, 67, died today at his home in this city. He was a native of Florida and had made his home in Ocala for nearly half a century. He held a number of public offices and was for many years city tax collector and treasurer. He is survived by a widow, two brothers and one sister. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 22, 1929.
"MRS. MATTIE J. COBB - Mrs. Mattie J. Cobb, 111 Gladys street, resident of Tampa for 25 years, died at the home of her son, M. G. Cobb, in Meridian, Miss., Thursday night at 10:25 o'clock after a short illness. Mrs. Cobb left Tampa recently to visit relatives in Meridian, where she formerly made her home. She was a member of the First Baptist church here. Surviving are five sons, W. L. Cobb and L. J. Cobb, of Tampa, M. G. Cobb and E. J. Cobb, of Meridian, Miss., and one daughter, Mrs. Dan Cox, of Starksville, Miss. Funeral services will be held in Meridian today and interment will be in that city." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, August 25, 1934.
CRYSTAL CONIGLIO - Crystal Lorraine Coniglio, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Coniglio of Lutz died Sunday in a Tampa hospital. Besides her parents, survivors include one sister, Dianna; two brothers, Eugene and Gregg; grandparents, Mrs. Laura Partridge and Alfonso Coniglio of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"CONNER INFANT - James Jet Conner, Jr., one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Conner, died Thursday night at their residence, 3402 Butler avenue. Besides his parents he is survived by two sisters, Louise, 9, and Lucille, 5, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bennett. Services were held at the residence yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was in the Providence cemetery, under the direction of Mortician F. T. Blount." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, November 6, 1926.
"THOMAS L. COOK - Thomas L. Cook, 70, 3105 Fielder Ave., died Sunday morning in a Tampa hospital. A native of Peoria, Ill., and resident of Tampa for the past 12 years, Mr. Cook was a veteran of World War I and a member of the board of stewards of the Bayshore Methodist Church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Min Cook of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"CLEGHON, WILLIAM K. - William K. Cleghon, aged 61, husband of Callie Cleghon, died in St. Petersburg Saturday evening. He was past president of the Florida State Association of Plumbers and Steamfitters and for 33 years secretary and business agent of the plumbers local Number 111. Survived also is his mother, Mrs. Nannie Cleghon; son, John K. Cleghon; brother, Cluade Cleghon; sisters, Mrs. Hallie Hicks and Mrs. Gertrude Thomas and stepdaughter, Mrs. Jeane Cleghon, all of St. Petersburg. Funeral services will be held from the John S. Rhodes Chapel, St. Petersburg, Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 3:30 o'clock. Interment locally." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"CHAPMAN, Annie M., 96, of Brooksville died Thursday. Turner Funeral Homes." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"ROBERT A. COOK - BAY PINES (Special) - Robert Allan Cook, 32, veteran of the Korean conflict, died Friday at Veterans Hospital here. A native of East Syracuse, N.Y., Cook came here 13 years ago from Rochester, N.Y. He was a musician and artist; a member of the Lutheran Church, and American Legion Post 125, Gulfport. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Leslie Cook, St. Petersburg; a brother, Leslie Cook Jr., Atlanta, Ga. and a sister, Mrs. Jeanne King, Rochester." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, January 27, 1963.
"COCHRAN, MRS. MARJORIE ANN - Funeral services for Mrs. Marjorie Ann Cochrane, age 24, resident of 4013 South Church st., will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock from the J. L. Reed & Son Chapel, Bayshore Blvd. and Plant Ave., with The Rev. Alfred Kelsey, pastor of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, and The Rev. Millard J. Berquist, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories. Pallbearers will be Jack L. Rominger, Mack T. Christian, Jack E. Price, William F. Duffy, Charles F. Pavelec, Ben Starr." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"Guissippe Castellano died Friday afternoon at his home, Main street, West Tampa, and was interred yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, at College Hill Cemetery, by Undertaker R. L. Medlin." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 15, 1901, p. 8.
"ONIE COOK - CLEARWATER, Feb. 18 - (Special) - Onie Cook, 54, Belle Center, Ohio, stock farmer, died today in Morton Plant Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lena Allen Cook; two brothers, Ace Cook, of Belle Center, and Mont Cook, of British Columbia; a sister, Mrs. Thelma Fisher, and his mother, Mrs. Louis Cook." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"CARTER - Funeral services over the body of Henry Carter, who died Wednesday, will be held from the chapel of Undertaker J. L. Reed, at 9 o'clock this morning. Interment will be made in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, July 25, 1920.
"COPELAND, W. J. (BUDDY) - Funeral services for W. J. (Buddy) Copeland, who died Thursday night from being accidentally burned, will be held Sunday, Dec. 24, at 2:30 P.M. at Coker Funeral Home. The Rev. Novella Sells in charge of services. Interment in Wauchula Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"HAROLD EDWARD CROOK - Harold Edward Crook, 67, of 355 Bayshore Blvd., died Saturday morning at the VA Center, Bay Pines. A native of Terre Haute, Ind., a former resident of Cleveland, Ohio, he had resided in Tampa for the last five years. Mr. Crook was a member of the Baptist Church; a retired Civil Service employe with the Bureau of Aeronautics; and a veteran of both World War I and II. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lenore B. Crook, Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Ruth Walter, Toledo, Ohio." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"THOMAS A. CONKLIN - TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 30. - (AP) - Thomas A. Conklin, 64, state fire insurance clerk, died here last night after a heart attack. Mr. Conklin was a native of Lynchburg, Va., and a former resident of Jacksonville. Funeral services will be held in Jacksonville tomorrow afternoon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 31, 1930, p. 1-2.
"LESLEY CLAVILLA - Funeral services for Lesley Clavilla, 21, of Plant City, who died Friday, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at Mount Enon cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 31, 1930, p. 1-2.
"101-Year-Old Woman Dies At Anna Maria - ANNA MARIA, Oct. 9. - (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Eliza Chase, who celebrated her 101st birthday last May, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Ritchie, on White Ave., yesterday. Mrs. Chase came here in 1950 from Cleveland, Ohio, to make her home. Other survivors include a son, Charles S. Chase, Honoye, N. Y.; a sister, Mrs. Frank Smith, Batavia, N. Y.; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"LEOLA CRAIG - Funeral services for Mrs. Leola Craig, who died yesterday morning at her residence, 404 East Amelia avenue, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, the Rev. Joseph Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Besides her husband, A. H. Craig, she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ella Field, of St. Petersburg, and a brother, A. M. Moss, of Nashville. Pallbearers will be J. S. Troublefield, J. R. Hastings, T. M. Galloway, R. O. Cason, Ed Brinson and Miller Stephens." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"NELSON CUNNINGHAM - Funeral services for Nelson Cunningham, 79, who died at the home, 815 Canover street, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Scottish Rite cathedral, Marion and Lafayette streets. The rose croix services will be held and friends are invited to attend. The body will lie in state at the cathedral this afternoon." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 14, 1929.
"ERNEST LYNWOOD CROXTON - E. L. Croxton, 43, of Clewis Farms, died yesterday at the residence. Besides his widow, he is survived by a daughter, Miss Helen Elizabeth Croxton, and a son, Ernest Lynwood Croxton, jr., both of Tampa. Funeral arrangements have not been completed." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 24, 1934. Also, funeral notice: "ERNEST LYNWOOD CROXTON - Funeral services for E. L. Cloxton, 43, of Clewis Farms, who died Thursday, will be conducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the funeral home of F. T. Blount by the Rev. Henry Locklear, of State Highway Baptist church, assisted by the Rev. R. L. Allen, of Seminole Heights Methodist church. Interment will be in Jackson Heights cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bert White, Carl Cordell, Fred Deweese, Benjamin S. Jones, T. M. Rogers and W. L. Morgan." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sautrday, August 25, 1934.
"CURRINGTON, ALBERT R. - Albert R. Currington, 73 years of age, died at the home of his son, Mr. Grover Currington, early Sunday morning. Mr. Currington had been a resident of Lake County for the past year, moving here from Tampa. He was a member of the Tuscanoogee Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Bushnell Cemetery, with The Rev. C. M. Chitty, Plant City, officiating. Survivors: Two daughters, Mrs. Evvie Heath, Chattahoochee, Mrs. Lillie Stokes, Coleman; three son, Grover Currington, Mascotte; Herman Currington, St. Catherine; Curtis Currington, Dade City; eight grandchildren. Kurfiss Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"HENRY EUGENE CHARPIA - Henry Eugene Charpia, 18, of the River Terrace apartments, died yesterday afternoon at the residence. He has been resident of Tampa for 15 years, and is survived by his mother, Mrs. Belva Charpia; one sister, Miss. Sarah Charpia, and a brother, Billie Charpia, all of Tampa, and his grandmother, Mrs. L. L. Charpia, Cedar Keys." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 11, 1941.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, March 23, 1930: GEORGE W. CROSS - Funeral services for George W. Cross, 80, of 2708 Jenkins avenue, who died Friday morning at the residence, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with the Rev. J. Max Cook of the Tenth Avenue Baptist church conducting the service. Interment will be in Orange Hill cemetery. Mr. Cross is survived by his wife.
"ANDRE F. COURNAND, a professor of medicine at Columbia University for many years who won the Nobel Prize in 1956 for perfecting a simple method of exploring the heart through catheterization, died of pneumonia Friday at his home in Great Barrington, Mass., after a long illness. He was 92." From Tampa Tribune, Feb. 20, 1988
"CAPAS, MRS. CANDIDA A. - Funeral services for Mrs. Candida A. Capas, 41, of 4400 Palmetto St., who died Monday, will be held today at 4 p. m. at the A. P. Boza chapel. Burial in Colon cemetery. She is survived by her husband, J. J. Capas, 6 children, Geraldo, Jose, Willie, Onelia, Delia, and Zola, her mother, Mrs. Maria Z. Alfonso, 6 brothers, Eladio, Tomas, Leonardo, Raimundo, Alfonso, and Ernesto Garcia, and three sisters, Angela Alfonso, Hortencia Lescano and Alicia Garcia." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"COCHRAN, JAMES ALEXANDER (JIM) - Funeral services for James Alexander (Jim) Cochran, 71, resident of 1729 Watrous Ave., who died Monday morning at his home, will be held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock from Wilson Sammon company funeral home, the Rev. A. J. Moncrief, ar., to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers, James Chaires, Charles Greene, M. M. Taylor, Elyle Griffin, Boyd Horne, H. T. Wyatt, Vernon Ernst, Martin Withers, W. C. Milton, J. M. Blount." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"MRS. DOROTHY ELIZABETH COBB - Mrs. Dorothy Elizabeth Cobb, 79, of 3511 Twelfth street, died yesterday in a hospital. She had been a resident of Tampa for 39 years, and is survived by a son, L. R. Cobb, and a daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Juarez, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 27, 1941, p. 2.
"MRS. VIVIAN BROWNLEE COLE - Mrs. Vivian Brownlee Cole, 68, of 3715 East Lake avenue, died yesterday in a hospital. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. B. L. Kennedy, of Tampa, and a brother, John M. Brownlee, of Mulberry, Ala." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 27, 1941, p. 2.
"FERMIN R. CASTRO - Fermin Rodriguez Castro, 75, died yesterday at his home, 1531 Seventh avenue. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Obdulia Rodriguez; five sons, Manuel, Fermin, and Oscar Rodriguez, all of Tampa; Mario Rodriguez, of New York, and Armando Rodriguez, of Cuba; two daughters, Mrs. Mercedes de la Parte and Mrs. Virginia Cone, both of Tampa; a sister, Miss Soledad Rodriguez, Spain, 12 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 27, 1941, p. 2.
"LEOLA GERTRUDE COMBEE - LAKELAND, Sept. 8. - (Special) - Leola Gertrude Combee, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Combee of Combee settlement, died yesterday while being brought to Morrell hospital here. Surviving in addition to her parents are three brothers, Louis,jr., Manuel Ross, and Ted Lester Combee; four sister, Mrs. Opal King of Parrish, and Pauline, Pearl and Viola Combee of Lakeland." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 9, 1936.
"CLARK, HAL S. - Funeral services for Hal S. Clark, 39, 2709 Twenty-ninth St., who died Sunday, will be held Thursday at 2 o'clock from the Greenman home. Survivors are his wife, his mother, Mrs. R. T. Clark; two stepsons, W. Earl Hinson, Tampa, and Robert J. Hinson, New York city, and one daughter, Mrs. Doyle Mercer, Arcadia. The Veterans of Foreign Wars will have charge of services. Burial will be in Orange Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 9, 1936.
"Mr. Frank L. Cowles, 99, retired Certified Public Accountant, died Thursday, Feb. 18, at his home. Born in Cambridge, England, he moved to Canada as a young man and to Jacksonville, Fla. in 1911, where he was district examiner of the Emergency Fleet Corporation. which was engaged in building ships for World War I. Mr. Cowles moved to ampa in 1923, where he served as City Comptroller for a time. He was one of the earliest Certified Public Accountants in the state, with certificate number 25 issued by the State Board of Accountancy in 1924. At that time there were few CPA's in Tampa and none in St. Petersburg where he had several clients, including the City of St. Petersburg. He commuted there by boat for a week at a time prior to the building of the Gandy Bridge. He was the founder and head of Pentland & Cowles, Certified Public Accountants, which later became Cowles, Craig, Silverman and Wooten. He was a member of the Davis Island Community Church, the American and Florida Institutes of Certified Public Accountants and Egypt Temple Shrine, and a former longtime member of the palma Ceia Golf and Country Club. His wife of 69 years, Emarine, preceded him in deat in 1986. He is survived by his son, Frank Cowles, Jr., Clearwater and daughter, Helen C. Leonard, Tampa; a sister, Enid M. Cowes, England; three grandchildren, William C. Leonard, Nancy B. Thomas and Frank C. Leonard; and a great-grandson, Brian D. Leonard. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday at Curry & Son Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. with the Rev. Raymond Pritz officiating. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to a favorite charity. CURRY & SON." From Tampa Tribune, Feb. 20, 1988.
"MRS. HERMINIA CASTENDYKE - Mrs. Herminia Castendyke, 30, died last night at her home, 817 Nassua street. Funeral services will be held from the residence this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock with burial in Woodlawn cemetery. She is survived by her husband, George Castendyke; her father, Carlos Xiques; two brothers, Emilio and Gustavo Xiques; a sister, Mrs. Evalina Batista, and two children, Victor and Evelio Castendyke." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"MICHAEL FRANK COUDRIET, 68, of Tampa died Oct. 14. Franklin Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"Wayne A. Chastain Dies At Home Here - Wayne A. Chastain, 47, resident of Tampa for 34 years, died yesterday at his home, 207 West Flora street. Mr. Chastain, who was born in Thomasville, Ga., is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Alex J. Olson, Mrs. J.D. Holloway and Miss Laval Chastain, all of Tampa, and Mrs. J. M. Young and Mrs. G. C. Van Scout, of New York; four sisters, Mrs. U. Diaz, Mrs. G. A. Goins, Miss Frances Chastain and Miss Hattie Chastain, all of Tampa, and a brother, William P. Chastain, of Tampa. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the funeral home of F. T. Blount. Dr. W. P. Head will officiate. Pallbearers will be Harry Miller, Raymond Richey, Frank Fernandez, Al Schnieder, B. Trout and Raymond Gletzaker. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, June 4, 1931. *Note: original includes his photograph.
"CHARLES COLSON - Charles Colson, 70, died yesterday afternoon at the home of his niece, Mrs. James Stoneham, 806 West Orient street. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Fannie Tenly, of Tampa, and Mrs. J. J. Ricard, of Gainesville; a half-brother, George Keen, of Gainesville, three nieces and two nephews. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with the Rev. John W. Lorton of the Church of God, Sulpher Springs, conducting the services. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, June 4, 1931.
"EDWARD H. CLOONEY - Edward H. Clooney, 68, 3605 Kensington Ave., died yesterday. A native of Lynn, Mass., he had lived in Tampa for 27 years. He is survived by three brothers, Arthur and James Clooney, Lynn, Mass., and William Clooney, W. Peabody, Mass., and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Odette, W. Peabody, and Mrs. Katherine Reardon, Portsmouth, New Hampshire." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.

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"LOYD PASCO DEES - Word has been received here of the death of Lloyd Pasco Dees, 67, of Raleigh, N. C. He was the brother of Mrs. D. J. Clark, of 106 South Blvd. in Tampa. He died Jan. 3. He was a native of Mayo and was active in Shrine and Masonic organizations. He is survived by four other sisters in Florida - Mrs. Irene Johns, of Green Cove Springs, and Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and Mrs. Lorenzo Green, all of Starke." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"NISSIM DAYAN (MOHEL) - Nissim Dayan (Mohel), 77, 1021 23rd Ave., died yesterday. A native of Aleppo, Turkey, he had lived in Tampa since 1916. He owned and operated Dayan's Linens on East Broadway for many years. He was a member of the Rodoph Sholom Synagogue, Chesed Shel Emes, and the Tampa Chapter Z.O.E. He was also a doctor of Ritual Circumcision in his faith. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Fortunee L. Dayan; three sons, Victor H. and Jack Dayan, Tampa, and Isaac Dayan, Melbourne; a daughter, Mrs. Grace Katz, Tampa, and a brother, Saul Dayan, Los Angeles." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 2, 1968, p. A23.
"DURRETT, Van Dawson, 68, of Tampa. A native of Gordo, Ala., a retired employe of General Motors, a World War II veteran and a resident of Tampa 23 years. Died yesterday. B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"PIERRE DEBERRY - Pierre DeBerry, brother of Mrs. Carl O. Gabbert of Tampa, died yesterday at his home in Charleston, S.C." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"DORSEY, MRS. BERTHA - Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Dorsey, 47, resident of 207 West Louisiana, who passed away Monday morning at a local hospital will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. J. Ralph Keen, pastor of the Idlewild Baptist Church, to officiate. Interment will be held in Folkston, Ga. She is survived by her husband, Roy S. Dorsey, of Tampa; three sons, Howard Fleming Goffney and William Edward Goffney, both of Fort Worth, Tex., and George W. Dorsey, of Tampa; her mother, Mrs. Lillie Lloyd, of Folkston; five brothers, Bernie Lloyd, Ralph M. Lloyd, Cecil Lloyd, Frank Lloyd and Chester Lloyd, all of Folkston, Ga." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"DUNN, Margaret R., 76 of Port Richey died Friday. Bell Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"DANA, Margeret Bodkin, of Auburndale died Wednesday. She was a 24-year area resident. Kersey Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"DAVIS, Luther G., 79, of Haines City died Wednesday. He was an area resident six years and a retired auto mechanic. Lane-Holt Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"DICKIE, MRS. NELLIE NEIL - Graveside funeral services for Mrs. Laurence P. (Nellie Neil) Dickie, of Atlanta, Georgia, who passed away Saturday in Atlanta, will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock at MYRTLE HILL MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY, with Fr. Emile Bordenave, S.J., of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, officiating. B. MARION REED FUNERAL HOME, Plant Avenue at Platt Street, is in charge of fuenral arrangements." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"DAVIS, VINCENT A., JR. - Funeral services for Vincent A. Davis, Jr., 44, former resident of Tampa, who passed away Tuesday at his residence in Houston, Tex., will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Company Funeral Home. The Rev. Clarence W. Brickman, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Active pallbearers will be Paul Wilder, Harry W. Goodman, Harold B. Parrish, W. H. Harris, T. C. Hobbs and Brooks Jeffrey; honorary, Richard D. Whiteside, Jr., Thomas J. Ducey, Thomas L. Waring, E. W. Murphy, W. H. James, J. E. Schell, Marvin L. Windom and George Cothron. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rosella Davis, Houston; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Davis, Sr., Tampa; two sons, Larry V. Davis, USAF, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Stephen E. Davis, Tampa; three brothers, H. Ender Davis, USA, New York, T. Russell Davis, Sarasota, and F. Willard Davis, Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Thomas Nesbitt, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, November 29, 1956.
"DOPP - John Dopp, 67, of Limona died Friday at Faribanks, Alaska, where he had been prospecting for oil for the past two years. Funeral services are in charge of F. T. Blount, mortician, and will announced upon arrival of the body. Besides his wife, Mrs. Mattie Dopp, of Limona, he is survived by a daughter: Mrs. Lena Beatty, and three sons: Jasper Dopp, Conrad Dopp and Emory Dopp, all of Limona." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, May 23, 1925, p. 12-B.
"Mrs. Dopp, Resident of County 64 Years, Dies - Mrs. Martha Emily Dopp, 76, of Limona, died last night at her residence. She was a resident of Hillsborough county for 64 years. She is survived by three sons, Jasper, Conrad and Emory Dopp, and a daughter, Mrs. F. A. Luneburg, of Limona, eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 15, 1938, p. 2.
"CONRAD DOPP - Conrad Dopp, 55, of 101 West Jean street, died yesterday morning at a hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Dopp; one daughter, Mrs. Lena Curry, of Tampa; one son, John Dopp, of North Carolina; two brothers, Jasper Dopp and Emory Dopp, sr., of Limona; and a sister, Mrs. Lena Luneburg, of Limona. He had been a resident of Hillsborough county for life." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"MRS. NORA E. DUKE - HAINES CITY, May 13 - (Special) - Mrs. Nora Ella Duke, 85, died today after a long illness at her daughter's home here." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"THOMAS LEROY DAVIS JR., 24, of Plant City died Monday. He was a native of Rantoul, Ill., and had lived in Plant City for 14 years. He worked as a block mason in the construction industry. He was a member of the Northside Baptist Church and was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. Survivors include his parents, T.L. Sr. and Evon; a sister, Cynthia Van Camp; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sears; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lloyd, all of Plant City; and a nephew. Haynes Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"W. P. Dukes, Victim of Manatee Accident, Dies - BRADENTON, Jan. 2. - (Special.) - W. P. Dukes, 85, died today from injuries received when struck by a car at Ellenton Dec. 17. His skull was fractured and he sustained internal injuries. Besides a grandson, Rex Ballard at Davenport, Iowa, he is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Charles Mead of Clearwater and Mrs. Charles Gordan of Findlay, Ohio." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 3, 1935, p. 2.
"MRS. DOROTHY DAVIS - VENICE, Oct. 18. (Special) - Mrs. Dorothy Jane Davis, 58, 57 Magnolia St., Englewood, died Thursday at Venice Memorial Hospital. A native of Newton, Pa., Mrs. Davis moved to Englewood two years ago from Eatontown, N. J., where she had been in partnership with her husband for 25 years in the Eatontown News Co. Survivors include her husband, William G. Davis, Englewood; one daughter, Mrs. Lois V. Griffiths, Eatontown; two brothers, Albert Stevens, Gardenville, Pa., and Robert Stevens, Stoopville Center, Pa., and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 19, 1958, p. A10.
"EMORY L. DOPP, SR. - Emory L. Dopp, sr., 53, of Limona, a life-long resident of Hillsborough county, died Tuesday night at a Tampa hospital. He is survived by two sons, Robert Dopp and Emory L. Dopp, jr., both in the U.S. Army; a daughter, Miss Evah Dopp; a sister, Mrs. Lena B. Luneburg, and a brother, Jasper Dopp, all of Limona." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, March 27, 1941, p.2.
"JASPER DOPP - Jasper Dopp, 61, of Limona, died at his residence Monday. A native of Florida, he was in mercantile business. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Marie Dopp, Limona; two daughter, Mrs. Connie Fontaine, Brandon, and Mrs. Mildred Johnson, Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Lena Beatty, Luneburg." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p.2.
"JOHN CONRAD DOPP - John Conrad Dop, 36, of 3605 West Idlewood Ave., died yesterday afternoon in a Tampa hospital. Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary Newkirk Dopp, of Tampa, he is survived by one daughter, Sharon Ann Dopp, Tampa, his mother, Mrs. Mary Dopp, of Limona, and a sister, Mrs. Chris Gilbert, of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 9, 1946, p. 2. Also, funeral notice the following day: "DOPP, JOHN CONRAD - John Conrad Dopp, 36, of 3605 W. Idelwood, passed away in a local hospital Sunday afternoon. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10:00 o'clock from F. T. Blount Funeral Home with Rev. R. S. Sales officiating. Interment will be in Limona Cemetery. Pallbearers are: Donald Cameron, Ned Martin, Raymon Romeo, Gus Pelaez, Bryan Newkirk, Ralph Newkirk. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Newkirk Dopp of Tampa; one daughter, Miss Sharon Ann Dopp of Tampa; mother, Mrs. Mary Dopp of Limona; one sister, Mrs. Chris Gilbert of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 10, 1946, p. 2.
"HORACE CLIFFORD DENMARK - Horace Clifford Denmark, 68, of 7405 Florida Ave., died in a Tampa hospital yesterday morning. A native of Georgia, he had resided here for 30 years and before retirement was in the naval stores business. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillian Denmark of Tampa; one daughter, Mrs. Marie Bocking of Baton Rouge, La.; four sisters, Mrs. Annie Westberry of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Ada Roberson and Mrs. Mollie Price of Hawthorne, Fla., and Mrs. Ida Moody of Jacksonville; one brother, Keller Denmark of Lutz." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"DOOLITTLE - C. S. Doolittle, seventy-seven years old, died at a local hospital yesterday, after an illness of only one day. For several years he had made his home in the Masonic Hall, Thirty-sixth street and Ninth avenue, Gary, and was a member of Gary Lodge No. 240, F. & A.M. A brother, William C. Doolittle, and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Downes, are believed to live at Ansona, Iowa, and they have been informed by wire of the death of their brother. Funeral arrangements, in charge of J. L. Reed, mortician, have not been made, pending receipt of word from the relatives." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 21, 1923, p. 12.
"MRS. JULIA A. DENGLER - CLEARWATER, Oct. 26. - (Special) - Mrs. Julia A. Dengler, 84, died in Dunedin today. Survivors include two sons, Clifford Dengler, Dunedin, and Herbert Dengler, Chicago; two brothers, Fred N. Knapp, New York city, and Clifford S. Knapp, White Plains, N. Y." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"DUNN - Miss Cleo Dunn, aged twenty-three years, died in a local hospital Thursday night. Miss Dunn lived at No. 3217 Fifth avenue. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by F. T. Blount, mortician." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1923, p.16.
"DONALD DRESSLER - BRADENTON, Aug. 17 - (By Staff Writer) - Donald Dressler, who came here two years ago from Detroit, Mich., died yesterday at the Elks Club, where he was custodian of the Elks Home. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Evelyn Dressler, and two brothers, George Dressler, and Warren C. Dressler, Detroit." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"DEVINE, Ambrose A., 80, of Holiday, died Thursday. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"DELUGACH, Jewel E., 78, of Largo, died Saturday. Serenity Gardens Funeral Home, Largo." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"DOUGLAS, Hazel, age 79, of Lakeland, Fla., passed away April 8, 2001. Survived by her two sons. Services will be held on April 11, 2001, 11:00 a.m., Wells Memorial Funeral Home. 813-752-1111" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 10, 2001, p. 9 (FL/Metro).
"DOWNUM, MRS. IRMA MYRTLE - Funeral services for Mrs. Irma Myrtle Downum, 71, a resident of 6609 Knollwood Ct., who passed away Saturday afternoon at her home, will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. Bascom W. Carlton, pastor of the Tampa Heights Methodist Church, to officiate. Interment in Orange Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be R. Adams, W. E. Epps, Otto Balo, Ben Wolfgang, Cecil Whitlock and D. Sandage." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"DAVIS, MRS. ALLIE N. - Mrs. Allie N. Davis, 39, 5818 Third St., Ballast Point, died Saturday at a local hospital. Survivors are her husband, Lucien B. Davis; her father, D. E. Quillman; two sons, Tommie E. and Neal I. Davis; four sisters, Mrs. Harry Gaston, East St. Louis, Ill., Mrs. W. Wilson, Hurst, Ill., Mrs. Harry Dunn, Dubuqin, Ill., Mrs. Charles Deen, Cincinnati, Ohio; two brothers, Harry Quillman, Sparta, Ill., and Alden Quillman, East St. Louis, Ill. Services will be held at the Greenman home Tuesday at 2 o'clock, with Rev. S. H. Givler. officiating. Pallbearers are John Gilbreath, Randolph Echart, William Jennings, Loren Davis, Clarence Simpson and Leon Carroll. Burial at Myrtle Hill." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 24, 1937, p. 1-4.
"WILLIE MAE DANIELS, 65, of 1523 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, died May 21. A native of Tallahassee, she had lived in Tampa 60 years. She was a homemaker. She is survived by three daughters, Betty Langley of St. Petersburg, Mattie Dale and Lena Huff, both of Tampa; three sons, Nathaniel, Thomas and Julius Lee Daniels, Jr., all of Tampa; 26 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Aikens Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"DONEY, GEORGE E. - George E. Doney, 44, of 6017 S. Elkins, died Tuesday at Bay Pines. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen Doney; a sister, Mrs. Paul Sorenson, New York city; two brothers, Floyd Doney, Minnesota; Raymond Doney, Savannah, Ga. Full military services will be held Friday at 2 o'clock at Bay Pines cemetery. Cortege will leave the home at 1 o'clock. Rosary services at the residence Thursday night at 8 o'clock, Father John Mullens officiating. Arrangements by Greenman." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"HENRY F. DYE - MICANOPY, Nov. 6 - (Special) - Henry Frederick Dye, 77, an accountant, died yesterday at his home here." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"DONALD DRESSLER - BRADENTON, Aug. 17 - (By Staff Writer) - Donald Dressler, who came here two years ago from Detroit, Mich., died yesterday at the Elks Club, where he was custodian of the Elks Home. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Evelyn Dressler, and two brothers, George Dressler, and Warren C. Dressler, Detroit." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"DAVIS, MRS. EFFIE M. - Mrs. Effie M. Davis, 68, 6111 1/2 Florida Ave., passed away at a local hospial Monday night. Funeral services will be held at the Walters Funeral Home Chapel Friday at 10 A. M. with The Rev. L. E. McEldowney officiating. Interment in the Garden of Memories. Harmony Chapter No. 148, OES, will ahve charge of the services at the graveside. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Pauline Peerman, of Tampa; four brothers, Lawrence Forst, of Churubusco, Ind.; Bert Forst, of Andrews, Ind.; Roy Forst, of Lipton, Ind., and Lon Forst, of Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Ira Baker, of Corpus Christi, Texas." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"INFANT DIES - Frank Wayne Durst, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earl Durst, of 5701 Branch, died at a Tampa hospital Saturday night. Besides his parents he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Durst, Tampa, and a sister, Bonnie Kay Durst." Also, funeral notice:"DURST, FRANK WAYNE - Funeral services for Frank Wayne Durst, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earl Durst of 5701 Branch will be held today at 11 A. M. at the A. P. Boza Chapel. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill. Besides his parents, he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Durst, Tampa." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, September 9, 1946, p. 2.
"MRS. IDA B. DORSEY - Mrs. Ida B. Dorsey, 62, of 2012 East Henry, died Thursday morning at a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, M. G. Dorsey; a daughter, Mrs. Ruby Smith, of Tampa; two grandchildren; three brothers, S. K. Deese, of Tampa; R. W. Deese, of Carsiere, Miss., and Ernest Deese of Nederland, Tex., and a sister, Mrs. J. Z. Scolfield of Nederland, Tex." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"MRS. JESSIE C. DODD - BRADENTON, Oct. 11. - (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Jessie Collinsworth Dodd, 86, who came here in 1943 from College Park, Ga., died today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Looney, 204 24th St. West. A member of the First Baptist Church, she was active in its work. Survivors include two other daughters, Mrs. Clifford Rivers, Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Albert Jones, College Park; a son, Paul Dodd, College Park; a sister, Mrs. George Cotton, Sr., Atlanta; 11 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
Clearwater Woman Is Found Dead On Train Tracks - CLEARWATER, Oct. 9 - (By Staff Writer) - A 68-year-old woman apparently commited suicide early today by lying down on the tracks in front of a train Justice of Peace Olin Blakely reported. The woman, who was run over by a freight train on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad about 50 yards north of Fairmonth St. at 4:59 o'clock this morning, was identified by Blakely as Mrs. Laura S. Donahue, 68, of 1731 Apache Trail. Blakely said he will not announce the exact cause of death until he talks with relatives. However, a note in her apartment, near the railroad tracks, inicated that she was lonely for her husband, who died earlier this year. Blakely said that the train crew members said they thought the body was a pile of white sand until it was too late to stop the southbound train. Survivors are a son, T. A. Donahue, of Kalamazoo, Mich., and a sister, Mrs. George Keller, of Piedmont, W. Va." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"DEXTER, Mrs. Jennie, 100, of Zephyrhills. Died Sunday. A housewife. Richardson Funeral Home, Zephyrhills." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"DOUGLAS, Erastus Jr., 54, of New Port Richey. Died Saturday. A retired retail grocer and native of Charleston, W.Va. North Funeral Home, New Port Richey." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"JENNINGS B. DUPREE - Jennings Bryant Dupree, 66, of Ocala, a former resident of Tampa, died unexpectedly at Monroe Memorial Hospital, Ocala, Sunday. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mana Dupree, Ocala; four daughters, Mrs. Lucille Clark and Mrs. Veda Willis, Alachua; Mrs. Lois Elliott, Tampa, and Mrs. Mildred Webb, Ocala; two sons, Scott W. Dupree, Orlando, and Tech./Sgt. Harry L. Dupree, Wichita Falls, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Caddie Waters, Lake City, and Mrs. Dora(Lora?) Brooker, Plant City; five brothers, Gee Dupree and Clarence Dupree, Lake City, Fate Dupree, Alachua, Ardell Dupree, Tampa, and Calvin Dupree, Lake City(?); 22 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, June 19, 1962, p. 2-A.
"MRS. H. DOLHANOWSKY - Ester Hettie Dolhanowsky, 44, of 3707 Bay St., died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. She is survived by her husband, Charles Dolhanowsky, U.S. Air Force; one son, Kenneth Narnish, of Illinois; one daughter, Miss Connie Sue Dolhanowsky, of Tampa; five brothers, Laban Hawbaker, Harry Hawbaker, Paul Hawbaker, LeRoy Hawbaker and J. Martin Hawbaker, all of Pennsylvania; two sisters, Mrs. Wiland Bricker, of Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Walter Weber, of New Jersey." Also, funeral notice: "DOLHANOWSKY, ESTER HETTIE - Funeral services for Mrs. Ester H. Dolhanowsky, 44, resident of 3707 Bay St., who passed away in a local hospital, will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock, from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. Richard Peterson, of the Bayshore Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"DICKINSON - Funeral services over the remains of George P. Dickinson, who died early Saturday morning at his residence, No. 103 South Edison, were held yesterday morning from his residence at 10 o'clock. Rev. L. M. Broyles, assisted by members of the Masonic Lodge, conducted the services. The body was shipped on the 10 o'clock train for Lakeland for burial under the directions of B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 11, 1917.
"JAMES DOYLE - James Doyle, 75, of 111 North Edison, died Saturday at his home. He was a Spanish American war veteran." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"MRS. MARTHA B. DuBOIS - Mrs. Martha B. DuBois, 83, of 308 E. Bougainvilla, died yesterday. She was a native of York, Penn., and lived in Tampa 55 years. Survivors include her husband, Henry F. DuBois; sister, Mrs. Selma L. DuBois, Tampa; brothers, William H. and Louis Musser of York, Penn." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"MOTHER OF WAKE ISLAND HERO DIES - WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 (AP) - Mrs. Annie Sinnott Devereux, mother of Lt. Col. James P. S. Devereux, marine commander on Wake Island when it was captured by the Japanese in December, 1941, died today after a lingering illness. Col. Devereux's wife died in July 1942. He is still a prisoner of the Japanese." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 28, 1944.
"DOUGLAS, Fred, 78, of Gardner, died Tuesday. Curry-Raley Funeral Home, Wauchula." From Tampa Tribune, Feb. 20, 1988.
"JAMES H. DALEY - MADEIRA BEACH, Oct. 18. (Special) - James Henry Daley, 73, World War I Army veteran, died today at Bay Pines Veterans Hospital. He was born in England. He lived at 2410 23rd St., St. Petersburg, moving there eight years ago from Waltham, Mass. He was a retired mechanic with a sewing machine company. Mr. Daley was a member of the Roman Catholic Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary M. Daley, St. Petersburg; a son, James Glenwood Daley, Waltham; a step-daughter, Mrs. Carl Frederickson, Waltham; seven grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Charles Gogon, Manchester, New Hampshire." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 19, 1958, p. A10.
"BERT DAVID - Bert David, 75, of 1409 East Mohawk, died Thursday morning in a local hospital. A native of St. Anne, Ill., he had resided in Tampa for six years. Mr. David had been a painting contractor in Kankakee, Ill., for 38 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Luella David, Tampa, and two sisters, Mrs. Effie Fielelke, Momence, Ill., and Mrs. Lillie Love, Custer Park, Ill. Mr. David was a member of the First Baptist Church of Momence. Mr. and Mrs. David celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last April 28." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"W. P. DRAPER - WINTER HAVEN, March 14. - (Special) - W. P. Draper, about 75, a resident here for many years, was found dead of a gunshot wound in his apartment here today." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"MRS. WALLACE A. DYKEMAN - Mrs. Wallace A. Dykeman, 76, of Tampa, died at a Tampa hospital Friday. She is survived by two daughters, of Tampa, Mrs. J. D. A. Holley and Mrs. Russell S. Gist; two sisters, Mrs. J. C. Boyd, of Portland, Maine; and Mrs. Jack Yerza, of Holton, Maine; and a granddaughter, Miss Mary Louise Cortina, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"WILLIAM DAISS - ST. CLOUD, March 14. - (Special) - William Daiss, 77, who served in the Spanish-American war, died at his home here today." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"PLANT CITY - Funeral services for Harley Herman Drawdy, son of the late Roy Drawdy and resident of Dover will be held Sunday, August 17. 1986, 3 p.,. from Turkey Creek First Baptist Church. Rev R. L. Polk officiating. Interment will follow in Turkey Creek Cemetery. He was a native and lifelong resident of East Hillsborough County, student at Tomlin Junior High School and of the Baptist Faith. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Saturday from 7-8:30 p.m. Arrangements by WELLS COLONIAL CHAPEL, Lacey McCellan & Staff, Plant City." From Tampa Tribune, August 16, 1986.
"BRADENTON, Oct. 27 - (Special) - Mrs. Emily Dunspaugh, 79, died today. She was a native of Hudson, N. Y., but had resided in Bradenton for the last 10 years. Survivors include two daughters, Miss. Ethel Dunspaugh and Mrs. John Ostrander, both of Hudson" From Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 28, 1944.
"MRS. BESSIE I. DAEHLER - Mrs. Bessie I. Daehler, 88, 3025 Van Buren, died Thursday. She had been a resident of Tampa for 19 years and was a member of the West Shore Christian Church. Survivors include her husband, Edward F. Daehler, Tampa; daughters, Mrs. Dana H. Iverson, Nampa, Idaho, Mrs. Mary Belle Hollis, Atlanta, Mrs. Elda Marie Williams, Tampa; sisters, Mrs. Mable Bonecutter, Mrs. Olive Foraker both of Marion, Ohio." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, May 19, 1972, p. 23-A.
"DOWNS, MISS DARLENE MARIE - Fuenral Mass for Miss Darlene Marie Downs, age 13, resident of 2505 W. Minnehaha will be held at 9:30 o'clock Thursday morning at the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, with father Laurence Higgins officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Rosary services will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Swilley Funeral Home, 1602 W. Waters Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"RAMON BAS DE MENDOZA - Ramon Bas de Mendoza, 68, died at his home, 2201 Tenth street, yesterday. He is survived by his daughters, Florida Martinez, Columbia Bas and Oseola Cruz. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock from the home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, March 2, 1931, p. 2.
"GEORGE G. DEAN SR., 59, of 3218 W. Laurel St., Tampa, died Tuesday. He had lived in Tampa more than 25 years. He was a machine operator for Tampa Electric Co. more than 25 years. He was a member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local No. 108, Joseph Turner Lodge No. 63, Knights of Pythias, retired Sr. Warden, Vestry Board and the Episcopal Churchmen of St. James Episcopal Church. He is survived by his wife, Frankie B.; four sons, George Jr., Eddie, William J., and Errol; two daughters, Annette M. Green and Loretta G. Dean of Tampa; his mother, Henrietta J. of Nassau, Bahamas; seven brothers, Frederick of Leesburg, Henry, Joshua, Harry, Roy, James and Freeman of Nassau, Bahamas; and four grandchildren. Ray Williams Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"LUTHER B. DUMAS - Luther B. Dumas, 43, of 2102 Florida avenue, died yesterday morning at a Tampa hospital. He had been a resident of Tampa for 20 years, and is survived by a son, Clarence Dumas, and a daughter, Miss Cleo Dumas, both of New York; a brother, Roy Dumas, and a sister, Miss Gladys Dumas, both of Orlando." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 24, 1941, p. 2.
"JOHN T DUFFY - LAKELAND, June 25. - (Special) - John T. Duffy, 77, native Canadian who came to Lakeland from Seattle, died at the Carpenter's home today. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. B. L. Linannie, and a sister, Miss Annie Duffy, of Seattle." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 26, 1940, p. 2.
"G. F. DANIELSON - ST. PETERSBURG, June 25. - (A.P.) - G. F. Danielson, 82, retired steel manufacturer and founder of the Commercial Shearing and Stamping company of Youngstown, Ohio, died tonight at his home here. He began his career as a machinist in Toledo, Ohio, and is credited with having built the first mechanical glass blower for the Owens Glass company, now a part of the Libby, Owens Ford Glass company. Two sons, L. E. Danielson, Detroit and Fred Danielson, Olmstead Falls, survive." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 26, 1940, p. 2.
"RICHARD ALMON DORMANY SR., 61, of Tampa died Thursday. He was a lifetime resident of the area. He was a retired parks attendant for the city of Tampa, and a member of the Baptist faith. He is survived by his two sons, Richard A. Jr. and Donald W.; daughter, Suzanne Gentry; brother, Virgil; sister, Ann Ackerman; three grandchildren; all of Tampa. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"DICKEY - Funeral services for Mrs. Corey Mabry Dickey, 98, of 507 W. Hanna who passed away in Jacksonville, Fla. will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave., with the Rev. W. Goddard Sherman, Pastor of the Seminole Heights United Methodist Church to officiate. Interment will follow in the Seffner Cemetery. Pallbearers: Harold Dickey, Edward Dickey, Eugene Dickey, Ralph Cribbs, George Schreckengost, Jr., Warren Schreckengost. Honorary pallbearers: Bob Moran, Dewey Mayo, Norman Bowen, George Schreckengost, Sr. Survivors include 2 sons; W. M. Dickey, Dover, Fla., Robert H. Dickey, Houston, Tex., 1 daughter, Mrs. Josephine D. Wright, Jacksonville, Fla.; 1 sister, Mrs. Estelle Parker, Memphis, Tenn., 5 grandsons, 1 granddaughter, 7 great grandchildren, one great great grandchild. Friends may call at the funeral home from 1 p.m. until 9 p.m. this evening." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, October 18, 1972, p. D11.
"MRS. EDNA MARIE DUKE - OCALA, Aug. 20. - (Special) - Mrs. Edna Marie Duke, 54, died Sunday after an illness of several days." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"MRS. MARY LOUISE DYAL - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Louise Dyal, 54, of 303 South Boulevard, were held yesterday from the First Baptist church with Dr. C. W. Duke conducting the service. Interment was in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, November 23, 1928, p. 2.
"MRS. W. T. DIXON - SARASOTA, Sept. 22. - (Special) - Mrs. W. T. Dixon, known affectionately to hundreds of Sarasotans as "Aunt Jane," died in a local hospital yesterday. She was 72 years old. An invalid since she was injured in an automobile accident nearly 10 years ago, she had been seriously ill about a week. Surviving are her husband and a son." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"LAKELAND, June 4 - (Special) - Mrs. Minnie Daihl, 76, 20-year resident here, died yesterday at her home." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951.
"J. W. DANSBY - J. W. Dansby, 82, resident of 2415 Corona street, died yesterday at a hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at Dover cemetery. He is survived by two sons, J. R. Dansby, of Tampa, and J. W. Dansby, jr., of California, and five daughters, Mrs. O. Carty, of Tampa; Mrs. B. G. Williams, of Plant City; Mrs. Jennie Mansel, Turkey Creek; Mrs. Bryan Scherfield and Mrs. D. T. Haynes, of Dover. The Rev. Walten will conduct the services." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 4, 1934.
"LAKELAND, June 2 - (Special) - S. P. Daughtey, retired Lakeland builder, died yesterday in a North Florida hospital." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"BERT DAVID - Bert David, 75, of 1409 East Mohawk, died Thursday morning in a local hospital. A native of St. Anne, Ill., he had resided in Tampa for six years. Mr. David had been a painting contractor in Kankakee, Ill., for 38 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Luella David, Tampa, and two sisters, Mrs. Effie Fielelke, Momence, Ill., and Mrs. Lillie Love, Custer Park, Ill. Mr. David was a member of the First Baptist Church of Momence. Mr. and Mrs. David celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last April 28." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"DETAS - Philip Detas died Tuesday night at a local hospital, and was buried yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Woodlawn, under the direction of J. L. Reed. He lived at No. 2105 Twelfth street, and is survived by his wife and three children, all of whom are in the same hospital and who have not yet been told of his death. The Circulo Cubano has charge of the funeral." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, November 7, 1918.
"MARY E. (BENN) DONNELL, 92, of Tampa died Wednesday. She was a native of Carrollton, Ill., and a longtime resident of the Bay area. She is survived by one niece, Mary E. Fredenberger of Donnellson, Ill.; and grandniece Harriet Fredenberger. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"MRS. EMMA DORSEY - ZOLFO SPRINGS, Nov. 27. - (Special) - Mrs. Emma Dorsey, wife of Sam E. Dorsey, died last night in a Wauchula hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"RICHARD O. DAVIES - CLEVELAND, Oct. 21. - (AP) - Richard O. Davies, 81, of Cleveland, publisher of the Palm Beach News and Palm Beach Life for the last 25 years, died at Lakewood hospital yesterday. Ever since he became publisher of the Florida papers, Davies had spent his summer in Cleveland, his home since he came to the United States from England when a boy. Oscar Davies has been in active charge of his father's papers in Palm Beach for several years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 22, 1929.
"Joe Delgado, Lifelong Tampa Resident, Dies - Joe Delgado, 58, of 811 Union St., died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A lifelong resident of Tampa, he was a member of the Firts Baptist Church and a chaplain of American Legion Auxillary Post 248. Delgado was employed by the Corral-Wodiskay a Cigar Company. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Annie Belluccio Delgado of Tampa; four brothers, Frank Delgado, also of Tampa; Ernest and Raymond Delgado, both of New York City, and Elroy Delgado of Winter Haven; two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Jackson of Pensacola and Mrs. Florence Yeakly of Bethel, Pa." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 17, 1954, p. 8-A (includes a photograph of him).
"EDWARD C. DAVIS - BARTOW, Jan. 26 - (Special) - Edward Clark Davis, 84, died in a local hospital lst night. He was a reitred painter, and a native of Alexandria, La. Among his survivors are a niece, Miss Hattie Davis, of Bartow, and two sisters, Ms. J. A. Jones and Mrs. A. S. Campbell, both of Tampa." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"FERNANDO DE ARMAS - Funeral services for Fernando De Armas, 80, were held yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the Presbyterian church at Eleventh avenue and Eleventh street. Rev. F. Boan officiated. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. Mr. De Armas is survived by two sons, Charles and Filiberto De Armas and five daughters, Mrs. Rita Santiesteban, Mrs. Luisa Cabrera, Mrs. Teresa Talavera, Mrs. Piedad De Armas and Mrs. Virginia Garrido." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 13, 1927.
"Death Claims W. A. Day, 71 - William Albert Day, 71, 3907 Inman Ave., a retired postal employee, died last night in a Tampa hospital. He had resided in Tampa for five years, coming here from Berlin, N. J. He had devoted his life to Masonic activities, and was past master of Haddenfield Lodge No. 130 F&AM, past high priest of Damascus Chapter No. 56, RAM, past commander of Crusade Commandery, No. 23, Knights Templar, and pasr puissant sovereign of the Knights of the Red Cross of Constantine, also past patron of the Order of Eastern Star, all of Haddonfield, N. J. Besides his wife, Mrs. Mabel M. Day, of Tampa, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Maud Knopf, of Milwaukee, Wis." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"LAKELAND, June 4 - (Special) - Samuel R. Day, 78, died yesterday at a hospital here." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951.
"DEES, EULA MAE - Funeral services for Mrs. Eula Mae Dees, 47, resident of 1215 New Orleans who passed away at Tampa Hospital will be held Monday afternoon at one o'clock from New Orleans Baptist Church, The Rev. J. Earl Tharp, pastor, to officiate. Interment in Oak Hill Cemetery near Lakeland. Pallbearers will be L. P. Stewart, W. G. McMillian, T. W. Anderson, C. L. Tullis, A. W. Cuscaden, J. F. Davis. Arrangement in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"MRS. NANNIE LOU DOROUGH - Mrs. Nannie Lou Dorough, 56, of 5301 Central avenue, died Monday night. Survivors are her husband, J. H. Dorough; her mother, Mrs. A. L. Thompson; two sons, Reginald R. and Guy W. Dorough, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. D. M. Pearce, Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Fred Barrow and Mrs. Burford Hamilton, Cordele, Ga., and Mrs. R. S. Revell, Columbus, Ga., and three brothers, Roy C. Thompson, Cordele, Ga.; A. L. Thompson, Hepzibah, Ga., and C. W. Thompson, Birmingham." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 9, 1936.
"MRS. NORA E. DUKE - HAINES CITY, May 13. - (Special) - Mrs. Nora Ella Duke, 85, died today after a long illness at her daughter's home here." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"DAVID FRANCIS DENNIS - WAUCHULA, Sept. 8. - (Special) - David Franklin Dennis, 73, died at his home west of Wauchula today. He was a native of Mississippi but has been a resident of this section for 45 years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Amy Clark Dennis, and six sons, Ira of Wauchula, A. A. of Bowling Green, W. L. of Parrish, F. O. and O. W. of Tampa, and R. T. Dennis of Lakeland." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 9, 1936.
"DUNN, RICHARD F. - The body of Richard F. Dunn, age 25, winter resident of Tampa, was sent last night by Wilson Sammon company to Illiopolis, Ill., where funeral services and interment will be held." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"Former Attache Of Legislature Dies - JACKSONVILLE, Feb. 8 - (AP) - Mrs. Mary Frances Dinkins Jones, 83, an attache of the Florida Legislature for 25 years, died today after a month's illness. She was the widow of Nathan Jones, sergeant-at-arms of the house of representatives from 1925 until his death in December 1948. She served as his assistant." Published in The Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"ROSALEEN DOHERTY - NEW YORK - Rosaleen Doherty, 46, a reporter for the New York Daily Times since 1931 and formerly with Liberty magazine." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"Crash Kills Odessa Woman - An Odessa woman died in the emergency room of St. Joseph's Hospital yesterday of injuries incurred in a traffic accident at Fletcher and Rome avenues. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Mrs. Mary E. Daughtee, 51, was a passenger in an auto driven by her husband, Howard Andrew Daughtee, 51, when it collided with a car driven by Charles B. Johnson, 17, of Lutz. Daughtee was southbound on Rome and drove into the path of Johnson, who was eastbound on Fletcher, the Highway Patrol reported. Both men were injured. No charges were ade by the investigating officer, Trooper Randy Ackett." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 15, 1967, p. A9.
"CHARLES A. DRAKE - Charles A. Drake, 86, of 508 East New Orleans avenue, died yesterday at the residence. He is survived by his widow, two daughters, Miss Emma Drake, of Tampa, and Mrs. C. E. Agnew, of Fort Wayne, Ind., and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from the funeral home of F. T. Blount Wednesday, the time to be announced later, with Dr. W. P. Shamhart of the Northside Christian church conducting the service. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"PLANT CITY, June 2 - (Special) - George D. Driggers, 78, a native of Alabama but a resident of Keysville for the past 46 years died at his home Saturday morning after an extended illness. He was a retired employee of the Nichols Phosphate Co. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Josephine Driggers, three daughters, Mrs. C. M. Kirk, Lakeland; Mrs. W. J. Hunter, Tacoma, Wash.; and Mrs. Floyd Hester, Sanford; a son, Archie I. Driggers, and six grandchildren." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"DURST, MRS. MINNIE M. C. - Graveside services for Mrs. Minnie M. C. Durst, 61, resident of DeLand, Fla., Who passed away at local hospital, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the graveside in Garden of Memories Cemetery, The Rev. R. T. Porter, pastor to officiate. Pallbearers Luther Law, H. W. Dean, M. T. Glisson, G. H. Gibbson, N. T. Almand and D. D. Glisson. Please meet at the cemetery at 1:45 o'clock. Arrangement in charge of Wilson Sammon Company." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951.
"NOTED COMPOSER, DAMROSCH, DIES - New York, Dec. 22. - (AP) - Walter Damrosch, 88, noted conductor and composer, died tonight." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"HARLEY HERMAN DRAWDY, 14, of Dover, died Thursday. Cause of death was unavailable. A native of Plant City, he was a lifelong resident of the Tampa Bay area. He was a pupil at Tomlin Junior High School. He was of the Baptist faith. He is survived by his parents, Tom and Ida Montgomery; three brothers, Earl, Dwayne and Roy, all of Dover; one grandmother, Roxie Montgomery of Ravenna, Ohio; and one grandfather, James D. Owens of Ocilla, Ga. Wells Colonial Chapel, Plant City." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.

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"LEWIS L. ELLIS - LARGO, Oct. 3. (Special) - Lewis L. Ellis, 67, died yesterday in a Clearwater hospital. He lived at 11192 106th St. north, moving here one and one-half years ago from Coral Gables. He had lived in Coral Gables for four years, and was formerly of Boston, Mass. He was retired and had been self employed in the leather business. He was a member of the Congregational Church, Braintree, Mass.; Washington Lodge F & AM, Roxbury, Mass.; American Legion Post 39, Arlington, Mass.; 210 Associates, Inc., Boston, Mass. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Charlotte Ellis, Largo; a son, Lewis L. Ellis, Jr., San Diego, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Annie Owens, Quincy, Massachusetts." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"MRS. MINNIE A. ELLISON - LAKELAND, Sept. 26. - (Special) - Mrs. Minnie A. Ellison, 61, died yesterday afternoon at Bartow General Hospital after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"ERIN M. ENNIS, 5, of North Fort Myers died Sunday as a result of an auto accident. She was a native of Tampa and had lived most of her life in North Fort Myers. She is survived by her father, Richard; one brother, Ricky of North Fort Myers; paternal grandmother, Mary Lynch of Largo; paternal grandfather, Patrick of Fort Myers; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest V. Kidwell of Tampa. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"EASTABROOKS, Eben F. Sr., 75, of Bradenton died Tuesday. National Cremation Society." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"ELSAYED, MOHMAND - Mohmand Elsayed, 37, of New York City, passed away in a local hospital yesterday morning. He will be sent today at noon to New York City, where funeral services and interment will take place. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Dolora Elsayed, New York. Arrangements are in charge of B. Marion Reed." Published in the Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1948, p. A4.
"RUTH KIDWELL ENNIS, 35, of North Fort Myers died Sunday as a result of an auto accident. She was a native of Tennessee and a 18-year resident of the area. She attended the East Sligh Avenue Baptist Church and was a beautician. She is survived by her husband, Richard; one son, Ricky of North Fort Myers; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest V. Kidwell; three brothers, Joe and Jerry Kidwell, both of Riverview and Scott Kidwell of Chattanooga, Tenn.; two sisters, Lena Cotton and Mary Ellen Bowling, both of Tampa. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"EVANS, Herbert E., 70, of Floral City died Tuesday. Charles E. Davis Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"HALSEY S. EDWARDS - Halsey S. Edwards, rural Tampa, died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Corning, N.Y., he had lived in the Tampa area 11 years. He is survived by one son, Leon Edwards, Pennsylvania; a sister, Mrs. Julia Pearce, Tampa, and a niece, Miss Bertha E. Clarke, New York." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 7, 1964, p. A2.
"JAMES ROSCOE EIKEL, 65, of 4924 Town N' Country Blvd., Tampa, died Saturday. He came to the Bay area 23 years ago from his native Elfers. The retired U.S. Marine was a member of the Fleet Reserve Association and the V.F.W. He is survived by his wife, Gloria Jean; and his brother, John F. Eikel of Lutz. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"JOHN P. EDMISON - SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Nov. 19 (AP) - John P. Edmison, 88, editorial writer for the Indianapolis Star for 43 years before his retirement earlier this month, died Monday." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"Death Victim Identified As Man from Palm River - An elderly man who died Saturday as he sat on a bench in the courthouse square was identified yesterday as Davis William Everett of the Palm River section. Identification was made by friends from the initials, D. W. E., on his shirt. Everett apparently was a victim of a heart attack. His body was unidentified until yesterday." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"TAMPAN'S FATHER DIES - TOCCOA, Ga., June 27. - (A.P.) - Claude Edwards, insurance agent and member of a prominent Stephens county family, died of a heart attack today. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. W. L. Brown of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 6, 1939, p. 2.
"EDENFIELD, JOHN W. - John W. Edenfield, 66, died Saturday at his home on Freeman street. He is survived by three sons, John H., Raymond H. and James W. Edenfield; five daughters, Mrs. S. E. Lewis, Mrs. C. B. Partridge, Mrs. B. F. Stewart, Mrs. E. E. Heinsen and Mrs. M. L. Swindal; two brothers, Wade and Mims Edenfield and 32 grandchildren. Services will be held Monday at 4:30 o'clock at the Greenman home; Rev. W. C. Norton officiating; burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers: E. E. Heinsen, S. E. Lewis, C. B. Partridge, Charles Partridge, Eugene Lewis and M. L. Swindal." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Sunday, January 18, 1942, p. 1-4.
"MISS LOVINA EIDT - LAKELAND, Jan. 18 - (Special) - Miss Lovina Eidt, 65, of Lakeland, died of lukemia last night at Morrell Memorial Hospital after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.
"HENRY P. EPPS - WAUCHULA, Jan. 18. - (Special) - Henry P. Epps, 58, express clerk and reisdent of Wauchula for nearly three years, died suddenly last night about 10 o'clock as he was completing his express shipments on the northbound train at 9:18. He is survived by his widow; his mother, Mrs. Eugenia Epps; a son, Henry P. Epps, Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Ruby Arnold, and a sister, Mrs. Rubye Sadler, all of Atlanta, and three brothers, Emory Epps, of Tampa; Tom Epps, of Montgomery, and Ned Epps, of Richmond." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.
"EVERS - Gilbert R. Evers of New York City passed away in N. Y. Aug. 7. Mr. Evers was a native of Tampa but had lived in New York for the past 45 years. He was a retired executive of the J. C. Penney Co. of New York. A private funeral was held in N.Y. He is survived by one brother, Seth H. Evers, of Tampa. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Heart Foundation." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"CHARLES E. ELSTROM - BRADENTON, Feb. 10. - (Special) - Charles Edward Elstrom, 70, a retired mail carrier from Chicago, died yesterday at his home at Braden Castle. In addition to his widow here, he is survived by a son and a sister in Chicago." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, February 11, 1942, p. 2.
"PROMINENT REALTOR DIES VERY SUDDENLY - After an illness of only a few hours, John J. Evans, of No. 203 East Rose Avenue, died yesterday afternoon at his home. Mr. Evans was sixty-seven years old and for the past twenty-five years he had been a prominent figure in business life in Tampa. For some years he was a member of the firm of Evans & Stephens, real estate dealers. The surviving members of the immediate family are a wife and six children: W. M., C. B. and Sidney M. Evans, of Tampa; Robert M. Evans, of Kissimmee; Mary F. Evans, of Laredo, Tex.; and Miss J. M. Evans, of Arcadia. The deceased has one brother, S. G. Evans, of Tampa, and two brothers, A. K. and Solon Evans, in Live Oak. Funeral arrangements, in charge of Undertaker B. Marion Reed, will be announced later. Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), March 30, 1917, p. 4.
"JEWEL ENS DIES - SYRACUSE, N. Y. - Jewel Ens, manager of the Syracuse International League baseball team for the last eight years and one time manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, died. She was born in St. Louis." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.
"EAKIN, WILLIAM GRADY - Funeral service and interment for William Grady Eakin will be held in Williston, Vermont. It is requested that flowers be omitted. Friends may call in Heath Fuenral Chapel in Lakeland Saturday evening from 7-9 p.m." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"HENRY C. ESTEPPE - CLEARWATER, June 13 (Special) - Henry Charles Esteppe, 30, died last night at Morton F. Plant Hospital here. A native of West Hamlin, W. Va., Esteppe came here six years ago. He was produce manager of Midway Shopping Center Publix Super Market, Largo. He was a member of the Dunedin Baptist Church, a veteran of the Korean conflict, and a member of Lodge No. 127 F & AM, Clearwater. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Barbara Sue Esteppe; a son, Timothy Esteppe; a daughter, Terrie Lynn Esteppe, all of Clearwater; his father, Romie Esteppe, St. Petersburg; and six sisters, Mrs. Arnold Jackson, Wayne, W. Va., Mrs. Kenneth Scraggs, Titusville, Mrs. Jack Hackworth, St. Petersburg, Mrs. William Bright, Saipan, Mrs. Paul Davidson, Branchland, W. Va., and Mrs. George Shore, Huntington, W. Va." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"WILLIAM EUGENE EDWARDS - PLANT CITY - William Eugene Edwards, 74, of 406 N. Knight St., died yesterday. A native of Virginia and a resident of Plant City for 27 years, he was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Episcopal Church. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Louise E. Mann, Washington D.C., and Mrs. William Webster, Bladensburg, Md; two brothers, Robert Lee Edwards, Baltimore, and Paul L. Edwards, Newport News, Va." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"JAMES C. ELLIOTT - James Clark Elliott, 69, 3314 Villa Rosa Ave., died yesterday at Bay Pines Veterans Administration Hospital. A native of Rossville, Ga., he had lived in Tampa for 20 years and was a member of the Bayshore Methodist Church. He was a veteran of World War I. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ethel H. Elliott, two daughters, Miss Clarice Elliott, Thomasville, Ga. and Mrs. Howard H. Sypher, Ft. Lauderdale; one brother, three sisters and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 12, 1966, p. A15.
"ESCUELA - Funeral services for the late Mrs. Leila Escuela, who died at the age of 70 years yesterday noon, at her home, No. 1517 Twelfth avenue, will be held this morning at 2 o'clock from the Ybor City Methodist Church, with Rev. J. D. Lewis officiating. The funeral arrangements are in charge of Primo Lord, and interment will be made in Centro Espanol cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"BRADENTON, June 2 - (Special) - Revelee L. Ellis, 59, of Parrish, died in Bradenton yesterday. He was a member of the Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow and a son, E. W. Ellis, of Columbus, Miss." Also, funeral notice: "ELLIS, REVELEE L. - Revelee L. Ellis, 59, Parrish, died in Bradenton Friday. Services will be held at Bradenton Baptist Church Sunday at 3 P. M. He was a member of the Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow and son, E. W. Ellis, Columbus, Miss. Rev. T. E. Clark will officiate. He will be interred at Parrish Cemetery." Both from Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, March 23, 1930: ERNEST S. ESTABROOK - Ernest S. Estabrook, 51, of Limona, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Limona cemetery.
"Peter W. Edmondson, 94, of rural Tampa, died at a Tampa hospital Tuesday morning after a long illness. He has been a resident of Tampa for 80 years. Survivors are a brother, Joe Edmondson, of Tampa; a son, Olen Edmondson, of Tampa; two grandsons, Tom Edmondson and Auston Edmondson, of Tampa; three granddaughters, Miss Carol Edmondson, of Mango, Mrs. W. L. Autman, of Tampa, Mrs. O. A. Palmer of Plant City, and 10 great-grandchildren." - Also, funeral notice: "EDMONDSON, PETER W. - Funeral services for Peter W. Edmondson, age 94, of rural Tampa, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Arrangements by J. L. Reed & Son." - Both taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951
"American Envoy To South Africa Dies - CAPETOWN, South Africa, Feb. 18 - (AP) - U. S. Ambassador John G. Erhardt was found dead in bed today. Cause of death was given as coronary thrombosis. The 61-year-old diplomat was well yesterday. Mrs. Erhardt found him dead when she went to his room this morning. Ambassador Erhardt was nominated to the diplomatic post last May and arrived here in September." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"EASUM, Harry M., 86, of Summerfield died Tuesday. Archway Good Sheperd Funeral Home, Ocala." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"RAUSIE ALINE EPPERSON, 50, of 314 Jeanal Place died Monday. She was a housewife and is survived by her husband, C. Ray; two sons, Wilson and Charles Jr.; two daughters, Jackie Boyle and Aldia Hess; five brothers, four sisters; and a grandchild. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"JESSE E. ELLIE, 81, of Lakeland and formerly of Plant City died Monday. He was a native of Ohio and had lived in Plant City for 33 years where he had owned a service station. Survivors include a sister, Ruth Spresser of Lakeland; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial Funeral Home, Planty City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"ANNA ESPOSITO, 68, of 3917 Bay View Ave. died Saturday. She wa a housewife. She is survived by two sons, Martin Noriega and John; one daughter, Joanne; two brothers, Joe and Tom Celmenti; one sister, Lillian Wamsganz; and one grandchild. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"MINNIE OGBURN EFIRD - Minnoe O. Efird. 59, of Winston-Salem, N. C., died at a local hospital late yesterday. The body will be sent to the home in Winston-Salem for funeral services and burial. Mrs. Efird is survived by her husband, F. B. Efird, three sons, Oscar, Francis and Bahnson Efird; two daughters, Miss Mary Efird and Mrs. Herbert Spaugh; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Ogburn; two sisters, Miss Carrie Ogburn and Mrs. John McCreary, and two brothers, Cicero and John Ogburn, all of Winston-Salem. Mrs. Efird was an aunt of Dr. L. J. Efird of this city." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, March 13, 1927.
"EDWARDS, Paul, age 29, of Winter Haven, Fla., died April 8, 2001. Survived by two sons, one daughter, two brothers, one sister, mother, father, and grandmothers. Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 10, 2001, p. 9 (FL/Metro).
"JAMES R. ETTER - James R. Etter, 69, died yesterday at his home, 1819 Watrous avenue. Besides his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Etter, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ella Etter Smith of Olean, N. Y., and Miss Minnie Etter of Tampa, and a brother, Eli F. Etter of Tampa. Mr. Etter was a member of St. Alban lodge No. 529, F. and A. M. Philadelphia, the Scottish Rite and Egypt Temple Shrine." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 6, 1936.

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"MRS. V. FICARROTTA - Mrs. Vincenza Ficarrotta, 74, of 1207 East Columbus Dr., a native of Italy and a resident of Tampa for the last 58 years and a member of the Italian Club, died Monday morning in a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, Paolo Ficarrotta; two daughters, Mrs. Laura rey and Mrs. Lily Di Betta; one brother, Bennie Vizzi; three sisters, Mrs. Rosa Bidella, Mrs. Mary Cancio and Mrs. Ana Morales; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, all of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"FITZGERALD, MRS. ELLEN - Mrs. Ellen Fitzgerald, age 81, of 123 Court A., Riverview Terrace, passed awat Saturday in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home with The Rev. Tasker L. Brooks, minister of The Little Chapel, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be William Koostra, C. L. Smith, Marshall Oliver, James Young, Jr., Roy Lorton and N. A. Nunn." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, October 8, 1957, p. 2.
"TAMPAN'S SON DIES - VALDOSTA, Ga., Oct. 31. - (A.P.) - Richard H. Fuqua, 50, district manager of the A. & P. stores in this section, died at a Valdosta hospital today of pneumonia. He was a native of Owensboro, Ky. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Mary L. Jones, and one sister, Mrs. T. C. Hammond, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 1, 1938, p. 2.
"FORD, Henry Joseph Sr., 64, of Port Richey died Friday. Bell Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"FREEMAN, JACKSON EUGENE - Funeral services for Jackson Eugene Freeman, 34, who died Wednesday at his residence in Lithia, will be held at 4:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon from the Hurrah Baptist church with the Rev. Gordon Halbert assisted by the Rev. Frank Bishop to officiate. Interment to be in Hurrah cemetery. The body will lie in state at the residence in Lithia from 10 a. m. until 4 o'clock. Pallbearers will be Colbert Lewis, Rufus Carter, F. M. Carter, C. A. Freeman, E. J. Bryant, Bill Alderman. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon company." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1941, p. 2.
"MRS. MICAELA B. FERNANDEZ - Funeral services for Mrs. Micaela B. Fernandez, 70, were held yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Catholic church at Seventeenth street and Tenth avenue. Father Bergamo officiating. Burial was in the Centro Espanol cemetery. Mrs. Fernandez is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Eterbina Fernandez, Mrs. Brijida Graino, Mrs. Micaela Gomez, Mrs. Abelina Perez, Mrs. Sofia Diaz and Miss Carmen Fernandez." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, September 23, 1927, p. 2.
"JAMES A. FELTS - BRADENTON, Sept. 26 - (Special) - James Alonzo Felts, 85, pioneer resident of Palma Sola, died this morning. He came here in 1883 and entered the citrus business. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. J. A. Felts; six daughters, Mrs. Fred Ward, Mobile, Ala.; Mrs. Stewart Joyner, Bradenton; Mrs. E. E. Andree, Snead's Island; Mrs. Eugene Penington, Belle Glade; Mrs. J. E. Prince, Miami, and Mrs. John M. Adams, Palma Sola; eight sons, Charles C. and Ross Felts, Bradenton; Carl Felts, Orlando; Frank Felts, Tampa; James W., Otis G. and Gratton Felts, Miami, and Herman Felts, Anchorage, Alaska, and 26 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"FISHER - Tampa friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher will be grieved to learn of the death of their little son, Fred, Jr., at their home in St. Louis. The deceased was one and a half years old. His death, which occured on Christmas Eve, was caused by diptheria. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are formerly of Tampa, but have been making their home for the past seven months at St. Louis." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 4, 1916.
"SAMUEL W. FULLER - Samuel W. Fuller, 74, 10101 Florida Ave., died Wednesday in a Tampa hospital. Formerly of Buffalo, N.Y., he had lived in Tampa 19 years. He is survived by his widow, Bessie Fuller; one brother, Albert Fuller, Largo; two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Cable, New York, and Mrs. Phoebe Juhlin, New Jersey." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 7, 1964, p. A2.
"KIM R. FLUKER, 35, of Tampa died Jan. 19 in Chicago. A native of Tampa, he moved to Chicago three months ago from Tampa. He was a hospital nurse's aide and Protestant. He is survived by six brothers, Leon, Henry, Dwight E., Michael A., Angelo and Cedric B., and four sisters, Elaine, Claretha, Janie and Cynthia, all of Tampa. Wilson's Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"FRANKLIN, Charles Edward, 58, a resident of Plant City, passed away April 7, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Betsy Franklin; his mother, Hazel Spring; three sons, four daughters, three brothers, five sisters and sixteen grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 10, 2001 at 10:00 a.m. from Hopewell Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Ron Dixon officiating. Interment will follow in Hopewell Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening (tonight) 6-8:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Hopewell Funeral Home & Cemetery (813) 737-3128 Family owned & operated" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 10, 2001, p. 9 (FL/Metro).
"FREED - Graveside services for Mr. Roy R. Freed, 65, of Limona, will be held 10:30 Saturday Morning at the Limona Cemetery with Reverend Dennis E. Waldrop officiating. Casket bearers will be William Parr and Members of Sheet Metal Local No. 57 of Tampa. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Helen E. Freed; 1 brother, Park Freed, Canton, Ohio; 2 nieces, Mrs. Bunny Parr and Mrs. Minnie Louise Nelson, both of Tampa; 3 Nephews, Fred Nelson, Clarence P. Nelson, Jr., both of Tampa and Wilby Freed of Plant City. Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL HOME BRANDON" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, September 28, 1973, p. D11.
"FERTIC, MARY ETTA - Funeral services for Mary Etta Fertic, 56, Falkenburg Road, near Tampa, will be held Monday at 11 o'clock from the home. Survivors are her husband, J. A. Fertic; five sons, Ashley, Samuel, Henry, Lewis and Edward Fertic; five daughters, Mrs. Fred Stafford, Mrs. Berman Asbel, Mrs. Frances Gray, Mrs. Tommy Mills and Mrs. Charles Sellars, and two brothers, W. H. and Callie Thomas, also 18 grandchildren. Active pallbearers will be sons and grandsons. Honorary: Dr. E. F. Shaver, T. J. Ryals, C. H. Ryals, H. D. Ryals, R. S. Harris and J. W. Folsom. Rev. R. H. Whitcomb will officiate assisted by the Rev. Mr. Wood. Burial in Brandon cemetery in charge of Greenman." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 25, 1937, pg. 1-6.
"FERNANDEZ, MANUEL R. - Funeral services for Mr. Manuel R. Fernandez, 60, of 2716 Aileen St. will be held Friday at 4 P.M., from the A. P. Boza Chapel, with interment in the Centro Espanol Memorial Park. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Victoria Fernandez; five brothers, Juan, Alfredo, Jose, Daniel, and Bill Fernandez; three sisters, Mrs. Laura Longo, Mrs. Leonor Whitehead, and Mrs. Rita Largel. THE FAMILY REQUESTS THAT FLOWERS PLEASE BE OMITTED. THOSE WHO WISH TO MAY CONTRIBUTE TO THE TUBERCULOSIS CHRISTMAS SEALS." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, November 29, 1956.
"FREDERICK, Jesse C., 81, formerly of Zephyrhills died Monday. Lair-Kelly Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"FOSTER, Frank E., 74, of Tampa, died Sunday. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"MRS. J. W. FRASER - SARASOTA, Oct. 31. - (Special.) - Mrs. J. W. Fraser, 81, native Floridian, died here yesterday at the home of a daughter. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Frank Dillinger and Mrs. D. G. Broadway, Sarasota; Mrs. Ham Smith, LeBelle, and Mrs. T. E. Frierson, West Palm Beach, and two sons, Francis of Sarasota, and John of LaBelle." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 1, 1938, p. 2.
"FULLER - Mr. Wayne T. Fuller, 41, of Lutz, passed away Saturday. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock from Hillsborough Baptist Church, with Rev. J. Richard Nichols and Dr. Alan J. Bradshaw, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Colin Grimes, John Freemann, Bob Benninger, George Fee, Chuck Milner, and Jack Harris. Mr. Fuller is survived by his wife, Ann Fuller, Lutz, two daughters: Lisa Fuller and Laura Fuller, both of Lutz, two sisters: Linda Tolley and Sandra Porter, both of Richmond, Va., mother, Lois Fuller, Richmond, Va. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Tampa Children's Home. GARDEN OF MEMORIES MYRTLE HILL FUNERAL HOME" Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"FLEISHMAN, Nettie, 95, of Avon Park died Friday. Fountain Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"MRS. H. B. FRANCISCO - Mrs. Harriett B. Francisco, 83, 4011 Morrison Ave. died yesterday at her residence. She was a native of New York State, and had lived in Tampa for the last three years and was a member of the Palma Ceia Baptist Church. She was also a life member of the Centerville Chapter Order of Eastern Star, North Syracuse, N. Y. and a charter member of the Philathea Class of North Syracuse Baptist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Charles Whitford, Tampa, Mrs. Albert Emmm St. Louis, Mo and Mrs. Adrian Newton, English, Ind.; a sister, Mrs. Irving Francisco, Mineola, N. Y. and five granchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), October 20, 1958, p. 2.
"GILBERT FRANKAU - HOVE, England - Gilbert Frankau, 68, British writer who averaged a novel a year for the past 40 years. Died Tuesday." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"FUNDERBURK, CHARLES R. - Mr. Charles R. Funderburg, 80, of 1009 East Mohawk, Tampa, passed away Wednesday morning. Fuenral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F.T. BLOUNT CO. FUNERAL HOME, 5101 NEBRASKA AVENUE with Rev. A. W. Mathis, Baptist minister, officiating. Pallbearers will be E. L. Smith Jr., H. A. Wood, Allen Wood and Barney Zinger. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1970, p. A23.
"FOLLERT - Thomas J. Follert, a workman at the Oscar Daniels shipyard, died last night at the residence of his aunt, Mrs. Washburn, of No. 108 West Palm avenue. Death was caused by a pulmonary hemmorhage, following an attack of Spanish influenza. Mr. Follert came here a few months ago from Jacksonville. Funeral arrangements will be in charge of B. Marion Reed and will be announced later." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"FOSTER, William V., 77, of Bushnell, died Thursday. Turner Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"JOHN FLEMING - John David Fleming, 82, died yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Louise White, of Land O' Lakes, near Lutz. A native of Mount Vernon, N. C., he had resided here for five years. He is survived by two brothers, W. Arthur Fleming, Memphis, and W. R. Fleming, Grand Junction, and a sister, Mrs. W. B. Chapman, Brownsville, Tenn." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, February 18, 1951, p. 10A.
"W.E. FERTIC SR., 70, of Seffner died Thursday. The Pasco County native had lived in Hillsborough County for most of his life. He was of the Baptist faith. He is survived by his sons, Ronnie, Ross and W.E. Fertic Jr., all of Seffner; daughter, Rosemary Gibson of Seffner; brother, Sam of Mango; sisters, Beula Stafford of Pasco County, Hazel Hobart of Ruskin and Willa Mae Sellers of Palmetto; and six grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"ALBERT DEWEY FLAHERTY, 83, of Zephyrhills died Thursday. He came to the area four years ago from Kansas City, Mo. He was a retired landscape artist and a member of the Reorganized Church of the Latter Day Saints. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; and his stepson, Dale England of Kansas City. Duval Funeral Homes, Garden Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"JAMES T. FREEMAN, 85, of Tampa died Friday. He had lived in the area since 1970. He was retired. He is survived by his nephews, James, Calvin, Abel, Dorsey and Larry Braswell; and nieces Sarah Braswell and Wilma Palmer. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"GEORGE FEEHERY - George J. Feehery, 53, of 512 South Westland, died Friday at Bay Pines Hospital. A resident of Tampa for three years and a former employe of Chappell Sales Co., Mr. Feehery is survived by his widow, Mrs. George J. Feehery, and two brothers, Walter Feehery, Miami and Edwin Freehery, Chicago." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 22, 1968, p. A23.
"FERNANDEZ - The remains of Juan Fernandez, a Mexican twenty-eight years old, who died Tuesday at the Centro Asturiano Sanitarium, were interred yesterday morning at 10 o'clock in the Centro Asturiano cemetery under the direction of the Cone Undertaking Company." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 18, 1913 p. 4.
"MRS. ROSA E. FENDER - WEBSTER (Special) - Mrs. Rosa E. Fender, 82, died in a Tampa hospital Monday. Mrs. Fender had been a resident of Webster for 75 years and was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Mae Gordy, Gibsonton; Mrs. Fannie Davis and Mrs. Kattie Pittman, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"FIGGINS - INVERNESS - Mr. Roland C. Figgins, age 68, of 203 Trout Street, Inverness, passed away Tuesday, October 17. Mr. Figgins was born in Nelsonville, Ohio. Came here about 19 years ago from Columbus, Ohio and served two terms as Mayor of Inverness from 1959 to 1963 and was elected a four year term on the city council, February 1967, and was employed as a salesman at the Home Furniture Store in Inverness. He was of the Methodist Faith. Surviving are his wife, Edith Jane Figgins, Inverness; a brother, Edward W. Figgins, St. Petersburg, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Dengrass of Chauncey, Ohio, and Mrs. Gail Johnson of Athens, Ohio. Funeral services for Mr. Figgins will be held at 11:15, Wednesday, October 18, in the chapel of the Porter Funeral Home, Inverness, with Reverned Raymond Hayes officiating. Interment will be in McConnelville, Ohio." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, October 18, 1972, p. D11.
"FISHER - Mrs. Melita Fisher, aged forty-three years, died yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, who is an employe of the Tampa Electric Company. Funeral services will be held from the residence, No. 1306 Florida Avenue, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. F. M. Sprague will officiate. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery under the directions of Undertaker B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1917, p. 5.
"CARL I. FLATH, 74, of Tampa died Thursday. Born in Drayton, Ontario, Canada, he lived in the Bay area for eight years. He served as administrator at Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Queens Hospital and Nassau Hospital. He was also a hospital consultant to hospitals throughout the country. He is survived by his wife, Grace; one brother, Ralph Flath of Cornwall, Ontario; one sister, Muriel Raaflaub of Toronto, Ontario; two daughters, Joan Schabacker of Tampa and Mary King of Midland, Va., and seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Curry's Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"FREESE, Charles S., 73, of Winter Haven, died Wednesday. Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"St. Petersburg Editor To Be Buried Tomorrow - ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 20. - (A.P.) - Funeral services for John W. Falconnier, managing editor of the St. Petersburg Times, killed last night when his automobile collided with a parked car, will be held Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock from a local funeral home. The Rev. Dr. Schuyler E. Garth, pastor of the First Avenue Methodist church, will officiate, assisted by Capt. Ernest Pickering of the Salvation Army. The editor had been active in work of the latter organization. Officials of the Times and business leaders will be honorary pallbearers, and employes of the newspaper will be active pallbearers." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 21, 1932, p. 2.
"FETTE, FRANK J. - Funeral services for Frank J. Fette, 77, 1013 32nd Ave., resident of Tampa for 35 years, who passed away in Cincannati Friday, will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rev. William J. Marty S. J., pastor to officiate. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Rosary services will be held Monday night at 8 o'clock at Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Active pallbearers, John B. Fette, Anthony Fette, F. Vinson Fette, John F. Fette, Jose F. Fette and George P. Fette. Honorary pallbearers, Arthur E. Minnick, William Kruse, William Paul and Col. H. P. Baya. He is survived by five sons, Joseph F., John B., Carl J., and Vincent F., of Tampa and Anthony G., Cincannatti; three daughters, Mrs. George F. Hickey, Tampa, Miss Anna E. Fette, Tampa and Mrs. Edward J. Ripberger, New Orleans; two brothers, Anthony A. and Martin L., Cincinnatti and Sister Philothea, Covington, Ky.; nineteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, September 9, 1946, p. 2.
"FETTE, MRS. ANNA M. - Mrs. Anna M. Fette, 68, died Friday at her home, 1013 32nd Ave. She is survived by her husband, Frank J. Fette; five sons, Joseph, John, Anthony, Carl and Vincent Fette; three daughters, Mrs. E. J. Ripberger, Mrs. George F. Hickey, Miss Anna Fette; three sisters, Mrs. James Tague, Mrs. George Schmalz and Miss Bertha Seibold; a brother, Joseph Seibold, and 17 granchildren. Services will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock at the Sacred Heart Church. Burial in Myrtle Hill cemetery. A Rosary service will be held Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the Greenman home." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"MRS. SUSIE FILLMON - Mrs. Susie Filmon, 76, 1309 E. New Orleans, died Tuesday. She lived in Tampa for 50 years and was a member of the Garden Baptist Church. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Tina Raybon, Tampa; sisters, Onie Ward and U. Johnson, both of Jacksonville; and Ola McCurdy, Grant Pass, Ore., and brothers, Bill Jones, Gainesville; and Clyde Jones, Newberry." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 22, 1968, p. A23.
"JIMMY FERLITA, 78, of Tampa died Monday. He was a native of Italy and had lived most of his life in Tampa. He was a retired cigar maker. He is survived by his wife, Rosa; two sons, Sam and Tony; two brothers, Tom and Charlie; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"FREER - Joseph M. Freer, sixty-one years old, of No. 408 Plymouth street, died at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. Funeral services will be held at the home at 10 o'clock this morning by the Rev. Mr. Skinner, interment being in Woodlawn Cemetery under direction of Gooding and Smith. The deceased leaves a widow and several children, among whom are Mrs. T. Marshall and Mrs. C. C. Baker. The pallbearers, who are requested to meet at the home at 10 o'clock this morning, are the following: A. W. Thompson, James Hackney, Joe Brocker, John Croft, A. J. Jenrod, Vam Dawson." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, December 28, 1911, p. 16.
"FILOCCO, GIUSEPPE - Funeral services for Giusseppe Filocco, 64, of 1716 12th ave., who died in a local hospital, will be held today at 4:30 p.m. from the Nolon Scaglione funeral parlor, 1906 10th ave. Burial will be at L'Unione cemetery. Mr. Filocco is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rosalia Pullara Filocco." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 11, 1941.
"FUEYO, LT. LOUIS - Funeral services for Lt. Louis Fueyo, age 21, who died last Tuesday at Barksdale Field, La., in a plane crash, will beheld Monday morning at 11 o'clock from F. T. Blount funeral home, with interment in Centro Asturiano Memorial Park cemetery." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 29, 1944.
"MRS. MARY ELIZA FOWLER - Mrs. Mary Eliza Fowler, 80, 1902 West Cluster, died at a local rest home Sunday morning. She was a native of South Carolina. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Vennie Smith, Mayo, and Mrs. Ruby Stephens, Pompano Beach; three sons, Archie S. Fowler, Tampa; Lavon Fowler, Fort Lauderdale; Cluth Fowler, Loris, S. C., and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"JOHN L. FORD - John L. Ford, 53, of 613 West Palm avenue, died yesterday at a hospital. Besides his widow, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Annie Ford, of Opp, Ala., a brother, Frank Ford, of Opp; and two sisters, Mrs. Lela Revels, of Opp and Mrs. Mary Kilpatrick of Andalusia, Ala." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 13, 1936, p. 2.
"FLEMING, MRS. VERNIE C. - Funeral services for Mrs. Vernie C. Fleming, 78, a resident of 565 South Central Avenue, Bartow, who passed away Monday afternoon, will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. from the Whidden Funeral Home Chapel with Doctor J. P. Pressly officiating. Interment will be held in Home, Pennsylvania, with the Robinson - Lytle Funeral Home of Indiana, Pennsylvania, in charge." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"FRIDAY, FORREST V. - Funeral services for Mr. Forrest V. Friday, 66, of 1720 Hills Ave., a resident of Tampa for 41 years, will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Platt St. The Rev. Archie B. McKee, pastor of the Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, officiating, with entombment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Mausoleum. Pallbearers are W. H. Moore, Curtis Larmon, Frank A. O'Donohue, Carl O. Gabbert, Malcolm E. Bass, Russell W. Braddock, R. Kenneth Bigham and Charles Wagner." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"FOLLERT - Thomas J. Follert, a workman at the Oscar Daniels shipyard, died last night at the residence of his aunt, Mrs. Washburn, of No. 108 West Palm avenue. Death was caused by a pulmonary hemorrhage, following an attack of Spanish influenza. Mr. Follert came here a few months ago from Jacksonville. Funeral arrangements will be in charge of B. Marion Reed and will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"FABIAN, ANTONIO H. - Funeral services for Mr. Antonio H. Fabian, 72, of 2133 Pine St., will be held today at 4 P.M. from the A. P. Boza chapel. Interment in Colon Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Angela G. Hernandez, two sons, Adrian and George Hernandez, and a daughter, Mrs. Grace Suarez, and a sister, Mrs. Ines Armayor." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"EDWIN D. FENTON - TARPON SPRINGS, Aug. 24 - (Special) - Edwin Delorin Fenton, 82, of New Port Richey, died last night at his home. He was a native of New York state and had made his home in New Port Richey 10 years. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the family residence, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Holloway. Interment was in Pine Hill cemetery, New Port Richey. He is survived by his widow." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sautrday, August 25, 1934.
"FERNANDEZ, FELIX - Funeral services for Felix Fernandez, 63, resident of 610 East Columbus Dr., who passed away Tuesday morning at a local hospital, will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, with interment in Centro Asturiano Cemetery. Pallbearers: Ralph Fernandez, Feliz Fernandez, Steve Valenti, Mat Pardo, Mario Fernandez and Armarante Fernandez. The family requests to please omit flowers but send contributions to Centro Asturiano Hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Juanita Fernandez, Tampa, two sons, Ralph Fernandez, Tampa and Felix Fernandez, Bloomsburg, Pa., two daughters, Mrs. Manuela Valenti, New York, and Mrs. Nora Pardo, Tampa, and six grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"FERNANDEZ, MARIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Fernandez, age 64, of 2724 Laurel St., will be held today at 4 P. M. at the A. P. Boza chapel. Interment in St. Louis Cemetery. She is survived by her son, Frank Fernandez, and a sister, Mrs. Maria Murgado. Pallbearers: Paul, Cecilio, Ramon, and Frank Murgado, Raymond Jordan and Ernesto Alfonso." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"Funeral services for Leandro Fernandez, 71, were held yesterday at the parlors of W. Primo Lord. Interment was in the Centro Asturiano cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"MRS. PAULINA FERRARO - Mrs. Paulina Ferraro, 67, of 3102 18th St., died yesterday morning at her home. She is survived by a son, Vicenzo Ferraro; four daughters, Mrs. Guiseppa Bruno, Mrs. Antonina Leone, Mrs. Rosalia Bongiovanni, and Mrs. Maria Guiseppa LaRussa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 14, 1946.
"FOWLER, MRS. LENA (RUSHING) - Funeral services for Mrs. Lena (Rushing) Fowler, 63, who passed away early Monday morning at her home in Lacoochee will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock in the Coleman and Ferguson Chapel, with Rev. J. M. Sullivan of the First Baptist Church of Lacoochee, officiating. Interment will be in the Richland Cemetery. She is the wife of Mr. Isiah Fowler by whom she is survived. There are three sons: J. L. Rushing, Jr., and Charlie Rushing, both of Lakeland, and MMC Walter Rushing U. S. Navy; six daughters, Mrs. W. T. Bostick, Dade City, and Mrs. Robert Mundy, Mrs. H. W. McGeegee, Mrs. E. H. Mallory and Mrs. J. G. Reed, all of Lakeland, and Mrs. E. E. Lee, Jr., of Rome, Pa.; one brother, John Emerson, Lacoochee; one sister, Mrs. Rosa Gavin, Kathleen, also thirteen grandchildren. Mrs. Fowler was a member of the First Baptist Church, Lacoochee." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951.
"FINE - Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Florence Fine, who died February 6 at her residence, No. 901 Jackson street, were held yesterday afternoon from the undertaking parlors of B. Marion Reed. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"FERNALD, MRS. HATTIE VAN BUREN - Mrs. Hattie Van Buren Fernald, of 321 East Tarpon Ave., Tarpon Springs, passed away Friday morning at the Tarpon Springs Hospital. Mrs. Fernald is survived by a daughter, Mrs. E. L. Pizzetta, Jr., of Tampa; two sons, James V. B. Fernald of Clearwater and Louis L. Fernald of Tarpon Springs; nine grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. W. B. Hardeman of Fort Valley, Ga., Mrs. C. B. Wilson of Fort Valley, Mrs. Grady A. Patterson and Mrs. L. C. Durham, both of Tampa; and two brothers, B. M. Van Buren of Macon and H. O. Van Buren of Tampa. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the First Presbyterian Church of Tarpon Springs with the pastor, The Rev. C. Melvin Elliott, officiating. Interment will be in the Cycadia Cemetery. Mrs. Fernald will lie in state at the church from 1 o'clock Sunday until time of services at which time the casket will be closed. Pallbearers will be Hal Craig, Harry S. Jukes, Millard Roberts, Harry McCreary, Roy Fulton and Elbert Higgins. Please have flowers at the funeral home by 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Arrangements by F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"MRS. DOROTHY P. FLETCHER - CLEWISTON, Dec. 22. - (Special) - Mrs. Dorothy Patricia Fletcher, 18, of South Clewiston, died suddenly today." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"EDDIE FRIEDMAN - The remains of Eddie Freidman, who died Monday night, were sent to Lock Haven, Pa., last night for funeral and interment, by F. T. Blount, mortician." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, October 8, 1925.
"FRANK D. FULMER - CLEARWATER, Sept. 9. - (Special) - Frank D. Fulmer, former president of Landesman-Herscheimer, manufacturers of women's suits and coats at Cleveland, Ohio, and a resident here for more than a year, died last night. He had been a Winter resident of Dunedin for 25 years, staying at the Yacht Club Inn there. He started as a stock boy in the concern he later headed. Surviving are hiw wife, Mrs. Betsy Ray Fulmer, of Clearwater, and a sister, Mrs. Annie Wolf of Londonville, Ohio." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 10, 1946, p. 2.
"OBITUARY - DIED at the home of her father, Jas. Frierson, on the 19th Miss Lillie, of pulmonary consumption. Miss Lillie contracted a severe cold while in Tampa during the month of December 1894, which ultimately settled upon her lungs, and while not able to do any work at her chosen profession, teaching, she never took to her bed until just before Christmas. She was a sweet and gifted girl. No one knew her but loved her for her lovely disposition. In intellectual attainments she was far above the average, while her artistic taste was superior to anyone I have yet met. And had not death cut her down in the flower of her youth, she would have been an honor to Florida in the artistic world. Her remains will be laid to rest in the family burying plot at Pleasant Grove church this evening at 2 o'clock, which is her twenty-first birthday. May she rest in peace. Alafia, Fla., Feb. 20th. (author) J." From The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 21, 1896.
"FERNANDEZ - Funeral services for Manuel Fernandez, aged sixty-five years, who died Thursday at his residence, No. 2804 Eighteenth street, will be held from the residence this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery under the direction of J. L. Reed, mortician. Universal lodge No. 178 F. and A. M. will be in charge of the funeral services." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1923, p.16.
"FALCONIO, MRS. MARY - Mrs. Mary Falconio, 83, of 2510 Hollis Dr., passed away Tuesday in a local hospital. The remains were sent yesterday to the DiCarlo Funeral Home, Schenectady, N. Y., for services with interment in St. Anthony's Cemetery, Glenville, N. Y. Local arrangements are by the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"JOE FURMAN - Joe Furman, 85, of Rt. 1, Dover, died Thursday in Arcadia. A native of Hungary, he had been a resident of Dover for 45 years and was a life member of the Tampa Beekeepers Association. He is survived by one son, Josef Furman, Seffner and one daughter, Mrs. Anna Kelley, Dover; 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren." Also, funeral notice: "FURMAN, JOE - Funeral services for Mr. Joe Furman, 85, of Dover, will be held Sunday afternoon at 5:30 P.M. in the Stowers Chapel with the Rev. Father John F. Lima, pastor of the Catholic Church of the Nativity of Brandon, officiating. Interment will follow in the Dover Cemetery. Arrangements by Stowers Funeral Home, 401 W. Brandon Blvd., Brandon." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"FEARING, MRS. GRACE C. - Funeral services for Mrs. Grace C. Fearing, age 69, 74 Columbia Dr., will be held at 2:00 o'clock Friday afternoon at CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605 S. MacDill Ave. The Rev. Dr. John B. Dickson, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church will officiate. Cremation will follow. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. The family requests that those who so desire may make a contribution in memory of Mrs. Fearing to the Heart Association or the DeForest Lavoy Exceptional School." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"EDWARD FARLEY - Edward Farley, 80, died at the home of his son, Jack T. Farley, 2718 Price avenue, last evening. His body will be sent to Kansas City, Mo., for funeral services and burial. Besides his son, Jack T. Farley, he is survived by two other sons, H. B. and Edwin; two daughters, Miss Anniette Farley and Mrs. Ella Hickey, a sister, Miss Jennie Farley, and two brothers, H. B., and L. A. Farley, all of Kansas City." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, January 27, 1927, page 22.
"CHARLES H. FRANKEN - ST. CLOUD, Oct. 12 - (Special) - Charles Henry Franken, 75, died Sunday at his home here," Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"MARINA MIRO FERNANDEZ, 72, of 2238 Blue Spruce Way, Apt. C., Tampa, died Sunday. She was a native of Tampa. Retired from Sears Roebuck and Co., she was a member of Episcopal Church House of Prayer, past Matron and charter member of Universal Chapter No. 269 O.E.S., International Grand Representative Association of the O.E.S., Elim Temple No. 76, Daughters of the Nile, charter member of Loyalty Court No. 42, Order of the Amaranth and the Tampa African Violet Society. She is survived by her husband Mario P. Sr.; a son, Mario P. Jr.; two grandchildren; two sisters, Dora Miro Farfante and Josephine Miro Cunningham; and two brothers, Augustine L. Miro and Urban P. Miyares. A.P. Boza Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"FRANCES L. FOX, 63, of Tampa, died Sunday. She was a lifelong resident of Tampa. She was as an assistant lunch room manager for Hillsborough County School System, retiring after 16 years of service. She was a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, George A. III; a son, George A. IV of Zephyrhills; two daughters, Linda Whitley of Temple Terrace and Georgia Ann Owens of Lutz; a brother, Armando Fernandes; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. C.E. Prevatt Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"FREE, MRS. LILLIE - Time and place for funeral services of Mrs. Lillie Free, 65, resident of 104 Mays Street, Plant City, will be announced later by the Memorial Funeral Home, 1903 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"JOHN ALLEN FERTIC - John Allen Fertic, 91, of Seffner, died at his reisdence yesterday. He was born in Jasper and had been here for the past 27 years. He is survived by five sons, Lewis, Samuel, Ashley and Edward, all of Tampa, and Henry, of El Monte, Calif.; six daughters, Mrs. Maude Hancock, Lakeland; Mrs. Carrie Poucher, Ft. Meade; Mrs. Beulah Stafford and Mrs. Drew Aspel, Brooksville; Mrs. Hazel Mills and Mrs. Willie Mae Sellers, of Palmetto; 31 granchildren and 15 great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.

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"GRIFFIN - Private funeral services for Mr. Francis R. Griffin, 4713 Oakellar will be held at 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the graveside in the Garden of Memories. Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"GAYLOR, JESS W. SR. - Mr. Jess W. Gaylor Sr., 54, of 303 Court E, Riverview Terrace, passed away Saturday morning. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Tharon Connally, pastor of Smyrna Baptist Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be Earl McCoy, David McCoy, and Ellis Jackson. Interment will be in Providence Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"GONZALEZ, Vidal, 89, of Tampa. Curry's Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"ERNESTINE O'BRIEN GARCIA, 71, of Tampa, died Sunday. The homemaker was a member of Bayshore Baptist Church and the first graduating class of H. B. Plant High School. She is survived by her husband, Peter; two daughters, Patricia A. Kendall and Marie Osborne; a brother, James W. O'Brien, all of Tampa; three sisters, Mary A. Fernandez of Tampa, Dorothy Moon of Fort Lauderdale and Hattie Gray of Rockey Mount, N.C. J.L. Reed and Son Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"GRIZZARD - Mr. M. Leslie Grizzard, of 404 Eunice Dr., Lakeland. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in All Saints Episcopal Church in Lakeland. The Very Rev. Clifton White, Rector will officiate. Interment will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Assn. The family will receive friends from 7 p.m. from 8 p.m. tonight at Heath Funeral Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 8, 1977, p. D7.
"SAMUEL GRIER - CLEARWATER, Aug. 17. - (By Staff Writer) - Samuel Grier, 71, of 317 South Highland Ave., retired transportation executive who came here seven years ago from Panama Canal Zone, died last night in Morton Plant Hospital. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Emily B. Grier, Clearwater; a brother, Arthur Grier, Clearwater; two other brothers, two sons, a daughter, two grandchildren and a sister living outside of the state." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"GEORGE, ALBERT - Funeral services for Albert George, 57, of 203 1/2 W. Powhatan ave., will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the F. T. Blount funeral home. Interment will be in the Myrtle Hill cemetery. Mr. George is survived by his widow, Mrs. Esther George of Tampa, one daughter, Miss Miriam George of Tampa and one son, Albert George, jr., of New York city, and two sisters. He had been a merchant of Tampa for the last 10 years." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1941, p. 2.
"GRIESHOP, Alberta M., 66, of Lutz, a resident of the area for 25 years, died Saturday. F.T. Blount Co., Lutz Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"GUARD, Edwin L., 64, of 11728 N. Blvd., died Saturday. A retired civil engineer for Tampa Port Authority and a native of the area. Stowers Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"GEBHARDT, MRS. JESSIE ELIZABETH - Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie Elizabeth Gebhardt, 82, of 1604 E. Yukon, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of Jennings Funeral Home, 6901 Nebraska Ave., with Mr. Emanuel H. Collins, minister of the Broad St. Christian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"JAMES LENTON GORNTO - INVERNESS, Aug. 11 - (Special) - James Lenton Gornto, 64, a life-long resident of Limona and Hillsborough County, passed away Friday night at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Lillian Martin, of Brandon. Besides Mrs. Martin, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Tena Aldridge, of Limona, and two brothers, John M. Gornto, of Brandon, and Gordon Gornto, of Limona." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"GENTRY - C. R. Gentry, thriy-eight years old, who conducted a meat market in this city for several years, died yesterday morning in Patagonia, Ariz., according to news reaching this city. Mr. Gentry, after leaving Tampa, had resided in Fort Meade. On account of his health he left for the West only two months ago, suffering with tuberculosis, to which disease he quickly succumbed. He leaves a wife and several young children in Fort Meade. The funeral arrangements have not been learned here. The deceased was a member of the Methodist Church, of the Knights of Pythias and of the Order of Moose." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 8, 1916, p. 5.
"PHILLIP T. GELLING - LAKELAND (By Staff Writer) - Phillip T. Gelling, 73, Lake Morton Apartments, died Monday at Lakeland General Hospital. He was a native of Chicago, Ill., and came here three days ago from Swarthmore, Pa. He was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Swarthmore, and a Mason. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Miriam Morgan Gelling of Swarthmore; a daughter, Mrs. James E. Evans, Moylan, Pa.; a granddaughter; and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Wheat, Coloma, Mich.; and Mrs. Irvin Buchan, Michiana Shores, Ind." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"HOMER H. GEORGE, 60, of Plant City and Las Vegas, Nev., died Sunday. He was a native of the area and a Baptist. He is survived by his wife, Collette of Las Vegas, Nev.; one sister, Mayme Hunt of Plant City; one brother, John of Tampa. Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"JAMES W. GLENN - PLANT CITY (Special) - James William Glenn, 81, 217 W. Bates St., died in a Plant City hospital Wednesday. A native of Louisville, Ky., he was a deputy sheriff in Detroit before moving to Plant City 16 years ago. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, Plant City. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Glenn." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 7, 1964, p. A2.
"JAMES A. GOFF IS DEAD - Passed Away At the Age of Fifty-five Years - James A. Goff, aged 56, a well-known citizen, died Sunday night at 10 o'clock at his residence on Florida avenue. Mr. Goff had been in ill health for a long period, but the immediate cause of death was blood poisoning, resulting from a carbuncle. The deceased leaves a wife, the well-known milliner, and three daughters and four sons, all of whom live in Tampa. The funeral occured yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the church of St. Louis, Rev. Father O'Sullivan officiating. The interment was in charge of Undertaker Reed. The Tribune extends sympathies to the bereaved ones." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1902, p. 1, col. 5.
"GRAHAM - Funeral services for Mrs. Helen R. Graham, Age 81, of 4520 So. Copper Place, will be held at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. The Rev. T. Howren Norton, Pastor of the Manhatan Ave. United Methodist Church will officiate. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. A native of Minnington, W. Va. she had been a resident of Tampa for the past 23 years and was a member of the Manhattan Ave. United Methodist Church and the D.A.R. Survivos include 2 Sons, Charles T. Graham, Tampa and George F. Graham, Perryville, Mo.; 1 Daughter, Mrs. Harriett McCurtly, Tampa, and 9 grandchildren. The family will be at the funeral home Tuesday evening between 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock. CURRY'S FUENRAL HOME" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"GARDNER, Clinton O., 74, of Zephyrhills. Died Sunday. A retired heavy equipment operator. Lair-Kelly Funeral Home, Zephyrhills." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"GOLLE, Alice E., 71, of New Port Richey, died Wednesday. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"WAUCHULA - Funeral services for R. Glenn Grimsley, 77, will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Chapel of Curry Raley Funeral Home with burial in Wauchula Cemetery. Survivors are his wife, Blanche Grimsley; two daughters, Mary Huggins of Wauchula and Virginia McKown of Avon Park; one son, Charles M. Grimsley of Wauchula; one step-daughter, Genevia Hendry Nichols of Ona; two sisters, Ruth Waldee of Ft. Myers and Emma Frances Scott of Bartow; four brothers, Hubert Grimsley, Gene Grimsley and James Grimsley, all of Wauchula, Rex Grimsley of Bowling Green; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends Saturday evening from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. CURRY RALEY." From Tampa Tribune, Feb. 20, 1988.
"JAMES GUILES - Funeral services for James Guiles, 71, of Valrico, who passed away Friday, will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt St. at Plant Ave., The Rev. Patrick W. McBride, Jr., associate pastor of the Hyde Park Methodist Church, officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are Herb L. DeWolf, Willie Bryan, J. E. Jones, Redden H. Baird, Sam Salidano, Wade Scott and L. L. Fewell." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"FAUSTO GARBALOSA - Fausto M. Garbalosa, 57, of 3010 W. Ivy St., a lifelong resident of Tampa, died yesterday in a local hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mirta Garbalosa; one daughter, Mrs. Emilio Moreno, Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Gerardo Pascual and Mrs. Anthony Schleman, both of Tampa, and one granddaughter." Also, funeral notice: "GARBALOSA, FAUSTO M. - Funeral services for Mr. Fausto M. Garbalosa, 57, of 3010 W. Ivy St., will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the chapel of the Lord & Fernandez Funeral Home. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Universal Lodge No. 178, F&AM will be in charge of the services. Pallbearers will be Joe Compoamor, Arcadio Jiminez, Tony Lopez, Edward S. McNenney, Enrique I. Santos and Jose Lopez Suarez." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"RONALD LANNY GONZALEZ - Ronald Lanny Gonzalez, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lanny Gonzalez Sr., 2911 LaSalle St., died Thursday at a local hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"MRS. E. GALLENTINE - LAKELAND, Oct. 16. - (Special) - Mrs. Elenora Gallentine, a Lakeland resident for 35 years, died last night at a local nursing home. She was 88 and a member of the Presbyterian Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Hugh R. Bentley, Tampa; a son, Harry Cimino, Falls Village, Conn.; and a sister, Mrs. Clara Williamson, South Haven, Mich." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 17, 1954, p. 8-A.
"GRIFFIN - The body of Mrs. Ruby Griffin, 27, of 844 Zack Street, who died at a local hospital yesterday morning, was sent last night to Columbus, Ga., by F. T. Blount, mortician, for burial" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, May 23, 1925, p. B12.
"GREENE, Lawrence J., 63, of Spring Hill died Friday. Turner Funeral Homes." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"REGLA GONZALEZ - Funeral services for Regla Gonzalez, 108, were held yesterday morning at 11 o'clock from the residence, 1322 Eleventh avenue. Burial was in the Tampa Memorial cemetery under direction of W. Primo Lord. Mrs. Gonzalez is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mercedes Leon and Mrs. Carmen Poslan, and by 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, March 13, 1927.
"C. W. 'BYRD' GUTHRIE, 65, of Land O' Lakes, died Friday. A native of Terre Haute, Ind., he was a resident of the Tampa bay area since 1949. He retired from Anheuser-Busch after 22 years. He was of the Lutheran faith and a veteran of World War II, serving in the U. S. Navy. He was a lifetime member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Evansville, Ind. Post No. 1114 and a member of American Legion Kreitenstein Post, Terre Haute, Ind. He is survived by his wife, Ruby; and one brother, Walter V. of Evansville, Ind. F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Homes, Lutz-Land O' Lakes Chapel." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"PETER GOFFMAN - Funeral services for Peter Goffman, 38, who died May 29, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son with burial in Myrtle Hill cemetery. The Rev. A. M. Bennett will officiate." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, June 4, 1931.
"GONZALEZ - Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Gonzalez, 78, of 1408 25th Ave. will be held at a later date from the Chapel of Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Ltd., with interment in a local cemetery. Survivors include two sons: Ralph and Andrew Janier; daughter: Mrs. Mary Wakefield; sister: Mrs. Aracelia Alonsol; five grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren. Please omit flowers. ROEL & CURRY FUNERAL HOME, LTD. 4730 N. ARMENIA AVE. Telephone 877-7676." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1976.
"SAFETY HARBOR, Oct. 27 - (Special) - Mrs. Eugenia Livingstone Goodrich, 74, died at the Morton Plant hospital. She had been in ill health for the last 12 years. She was born at "Lyndhurst" the old Tucker family home near Monticello. The daughter of the late Capt. James P. Tucker and Mrs. Virginia H. Tucker. She was married to O. M. Goodrich in Tampa in 1911. She had resided in Safety Harbor for the last 38 years. Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. E. S. MacKenzie, Leesburg; Miss. Virginia Tucker, Brooksville; Mrs. Rosalie T. Sinclair and Miss Susan Tucker of Safety Harbor, and one brother, Wm. P. Tucker, of Brooksville; five nieces and three nephews. She was a member of the Episcopal church of the Holy Spirit in Safety Harbor." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 28, 1944.
"LEO 'STEIN' GOLDSTEIN, 70, of Tampa, died Thursday. A native of Chicago, he was a resident of the Tampa Bay area since 1949. He was a member of the Holy Church of God. He was owner and operator of Stein's Auto Graveyard. He is survived by his wife, Ruth M.; three sons, James R. of Tampa, Richard N. of Seffner and George L. of San Diego; four daughters, Patricia Stewart of Tampa, Sandra Baxter of St. Petersburg, Leona Smith of Lakeland and Loretta Jolly of Thonotosassa; 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"GREGORIO, Joseph, 54, of Spring Hill, died Wednesday. Wellwood Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"ABE E. GELDHOF - CHICAGO (AP) - Abe E. Geldhof, 74, copy editor of the Chicago Tribune from 1941 until he retired in 1959, died Monday. He also had worked for the old Chicago Examiner and its successor, the Herald and Examiner for 25 years and for newspapers in Washington, Detroit and Grand Rapids, Mich. He was born in Grand Rapids." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"WILLIAM M. 'BILL' GUYTON, 34, of Clearwater died Friday as the result of an automobile accident. He had resided in the Bay area since 1970, and was an equipment technician for General Telephone Co. His grandfather was the late D.B. McKay, former mayor of Tampa, and was great-grandson of Florida's Civil War Governor, John Milton. He is survived by his son, John Brenham; two daughters, Janet and Derys Almeria, all of Land O' Lakes; and his sister, Lucy Halbert of Lutz. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"GERSBACH, CHARLES O. - Recitation of the Rosary for Charles O. Gersbach, 1011 Augusta Drive, Sun City Center, will be said in the Lewers and Shannon Funeral Home Chapel Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Funeral Mass will be at St. Anne's Catholic Church Saturday morning, 9 a.m., Fr. Antonio Diez officiating. Interment will be in the Ruskin Memorial Park." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"GANSON, George P., 80, of Port Richey, died Tuesday. Bell Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"GAYLORD GREGORY - Gaylord B. Gregory, 56, 806 DeLeon St., died Thursday. A native of Michigan, he lived in Tampa for nine years and was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include a son, Donald Gregory, USAF; a brother, Carl H. Gregory, Tampa, and sisters, Mrs. Thelma Burd, Lansing, Mich., and Mrs. VelDean Jensen, Bloomfield Hills, Mich." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"GLENN A. GARDNER - LARGO, Feb. 8 - (By Staff Writer) - Glenn A. Gardner, 68, of Orange Lake Village Park, died today at Morton Plant Hospital. He came here six years ago from Anderson, Ind. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ruth E. Gardner, Largo; a son, Jack Gardner, Largo; six grandchildren; a granddaughter, Mrs. Maxine Mason, Largo; another daughter and a brother in other states." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"HENRY GEORGE - CLEARWATER, Oct. 18. (By Staff Writer) - Henry George, 92, of 1912 Springtime Ave., died at his home today. He came here four years ago from Concord Manor, N. H. He was a member of Sons of Union Veterans of Civil War. Survivors include a son, Henry Milo George, Clearwater; two step-daughters, Mrs. Weston Lovejoy, Nashua, N. H., and Mrs. Roger Ward, Clearwater; and a brother, Milo George, Lauden, New Hampshire." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 19, 1958, p. A10.
"GARCIA, RAMON SARDINA - Funeral services for Ramon Sardina Garcia, age 58, of 2913 Sanchez St., a resident of Tampa for the last 44 years, who passed away Wednesday afternoon at a local hospital will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Lord & Fernandez Chapel. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Leo Gutierrez, Eugene Gutierrez, Tony Galasso, Justo Noriega, Arnaldo Rodriguez and Joe Garcia. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Josephine Garcia, Tampa; one son, Joe Garcia, Tampa; one daughter, Mrs. Maria Noriega, Gainesville; several brothers and sisters in Cuba; one grandchild." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"KISSIMMEE, Oct. 19 - (Special) - Funeral services for William C. Gilbert, 22, who died Wednesday, were held yesterday from Grissom's funeral home here. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Charles H. Paine, jr.; two sisters, Nellie and Lucille Gilbert, and a brother, S. Fred Gilbert, all of 515 West Ross avenue, Tampa." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"MRS. MARGARET ADELINE GILLEAN - Mrs. Margaret Adeline Gillean, formerly of Tampa, died at her home in Sebring yesterday. She is survived by her husband, P. T. Gillean; two daughters, Mrs. E. E. Christopher, Mena, Ark., and Mrs. J. C. Sumner, Tampa; three sons, J. A. Gillean, Wickers, Ark.; A. C. Gillean, Tampa, and H. C. Gillean, Lakeland. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at Dade City, with burial there." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, July 22, 1930.
"MRS. MABLE B. GIRTMAN - LEESBURG, Dec. 22. - (Special) - Mrs. Mable B. Girtman, widow of the late William F. Girtman, of Leesburg, died at her home here early this afternoon after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"GOODING - Mrs. Sarah R. Gooding, aged sixty years, died yesterday after a lingering illness of several months at the residence of her son, M. R. Gooding, No. 2822 Morgan street. She leaves to mourn her loss four sons and four daughters, M. R. and W. A. Gooding, of this city, H. L. Gooding, St. Louis; C. A. Gooding, Georgia; Mrs. R. B. McKissick, and Mrs. J. N. Loadholt, of this city; Mrs. N. P. Hart, of Pocohall, Fla., and Mrs. J. R. Loadholt, of South Carolina. With the exception of Mrs. Loadholt the daughters have been at the bedside of the mother for the past three weeks. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the residence of M. R. Gooding, No. 2822 Morgan street, Rev. J. E. Skinner of the Palm avenue Baptist church, of which the deceased was a member, officiating. Interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery. The pallbearers will be L. H. Hale, J. L. Hampton, N. D. Smith, H. Player, R. Riggsby, T. Bozeman." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, February 15, 1913.
"SAFETY HARBOR WOMAN IS KILLED NEAR INVERNESS - CLEARWATER, Aug. 23. - (Special) - The body of Mrs. Emily Goodwin, elderly Safety Harbor widow, was brought here yesterday from Inverness, where she was killed in an automobile accident yesterday, a few hours after starting on a vacation trip. Funeral arrangements were delayed today, awaiting word from a daughter in Paris. Mrs. Fannie Solomon, a passenger in Mrs. Goodwin's car, is in an Inverness hospital suffering from injuries about the head. The other occupants of the car, Mrs. Sally Woodall and her son, Pasco Woodall, were uninjured and returned to their home in Safety Harbor." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 24, 1934.
"GIUSEPPE GUASTELLA - Giuseppe Guastella, 89, of 1509 11th Ave., a native of Italy and a resident of Tampa for 50 years and a member of L'Unione Italiana Club, died yesterday afternoon in a local hospital. He was a gardener employed by the City of Tampa for many years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alfonzina Guastella; one son, Gaetano Guastella; two daughters, Mrs. Isabella Dolcimascolo and Mrs. Maria Ginex, all of Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Giuseppa Belanca, of South America; nine grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"GEATHERD, MRS. FLORENCE AMELIA - Mrs. Florence Amelia Geatherd, 72, of 311 North 13th St., passed away in a local hospital Saturday evening. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Coleman & Ferguson Funeral Chapel with Dr. James Coad officiating. Interment will follow in Dade City Cemetery. Besides her husband, Mr. Fred Geatherd, Dade City, she is survived by one brother Harold Tappen, Roselle Park, N. J., also a niece, Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald, Point Pleasant, N. J., and one nephew, Leroy Tappen, Lake Placid, Florida. Bearers will be Bobbie Hormuth, Herbert Massey, Oscar Hettema, William Krieble, James Mays and W. K. Barnes." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"GROTEGUT, JOSEPH J. - Funeral services for Joseph J. Grotegut, 72, of Brooksville will be held Monday, May 14, 3 P.M., at the chapel of Garnett's Funeral Home, with The Rev. Gerald Lowe officiating. He was formerly of Marshalltown, Iowa, Tampa and Sarasota. Survivors, widow, and one son, Joe Grotegut of Tallahassee. Pallbearers: Dent Lanier, John W. Dawson, W. A. Kindred, L. W. Jacobus, John Tracy, and W. A. Mack. Interment in the Brooksville Cemetery. Garnett's Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"MRS. ELISE GROWE - Mrs. Elise Mary Growe, 47, of 114 Magnolia, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A native of Madison County. she had resided in Tampa for eight years. Mrs. Growe is survived by her husband, George Growe, Tampa; her mother, Mrs. Nellie A. Hicks, Tampa; one brother, Leon Hicks, Tampa; and two sisters, Mrs. Clyde Nation, West Palm Beach and Mrs. Lila Collier, Fort Myers." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"SAMUEL GRIER - CLEARWATER, Aug. 17. - (By Staff Writer) - Samuel Grier, 71, of 317 South Highland Ave., retired transportation executive who came here seven years ago from Panama Canal Zone, died last night in Morton Plant Hospital. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Emily B. Grier, Clearwater; a brother, Arthur Grier, Clearwater; two other brothers, two sons, a daughter, two grandchildren and a sister living outside of the state." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"Elijah Graves, Resident Here for 60 Years, Dies. - Elijah W. Graves, 73, a resident of Thonotosassa for 60 years, died at his home yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Thonotosassa Baptist church with the Rev. L. M. Chitty of Plant City officiating. Interment will be in the Thonotosassa Baptist church cemetery. Pall bearers will be Richard Hires, W. H. J. Crum, R. L. West, J. M. Burnett, O. W. Strait and A. H. Barker. Mr. Graves is survived by his wife, seven daughters, Mrs. Essie Hudgins, of Dover; Miss Ida Graves and Mrs. L. N. Smith, of Tampa; Mrs. C. M. Pollock, Mrs. T. A. West and Mrs. L. B. Simmons, of Thonotosassa, and Mrs. J. B. Devane, jr., of Cork, and four sons, T. M. and H. C. Graves, of Tampa; G. N. Graves, of Plant City, and A. J. Graves, of Thonotosassa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), November 4, 1929, p. 2.
"GREEN - WAUCHULA - Funeral services for Harvey C. Green, 72, will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. from the Chapel of Coker's Funeral Home in Wauchula with burial in Wauchula Cemetery. Survivors are his widow, Ruby Corley Green; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Gill, Wauchula; a son, Harvey C. Green, Jr., Lakeland; 5 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; 4 sisters, 4 brothers." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"Seaman Is Drowned in Fall From Ship at Dock - Kristian Giske, 31-year-old Norwegian sailor, fell overboard from the American freighter Munlisto at the Seaboard terminals last night and was drowned in 20 feet of water. Walking onto the ship after a brief shore leave, Giske last his balance and fell from the open deck. Seamen, using grappling hooks from police headquarters, rescued the body an hour later. The body was removed to the F. T. Blount funeral home pending completion of fuenral arrangements. Justice of Peace Cathcart, who investigated, returned a verdict of accidental drowning." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), November 4, 1929, p. 2.
"SOUTH MIAMI MAYOR DIES - MIAMI, Feb. 10. - (A.P.) - Charles Frederick Glass, 58, retired physician and mayor of suburban South Miami, died suddenly of a heart attack today. His widow and a sister survive." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, February 11, 1942, p. 2.
"MRS. ANA LUISA GORDILLO - Mrs. Ana Luisa Gordillo, 62, died yesterday at her home, 1207 Thirteenth avenue. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Carmela Castro and Mrs. Dulce Marie Gomez; three sisters, Miss Mercedes Gordillo, Mrs. Julia Fernandez and Mrs. Luisa Cheda, and a brother, Rafael Gordillo, of Havana." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 24, 1935.
"GUY N. GORDON - Guy N. Gordon, 43, of 2401 Corrine St., died Saturday night at his home. A native of Danville, Ky. Mr. Gordon had lived in Tampa 37 years. He was in the general contract business. He was a member of the Concord Baptist Church and DeSoto Park Lions Club. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Aileen Gordon; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Swift; one son, James B. Gordon; two grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Eda Lofley and Mrs. Nettie Jones, and mother, Mrs. A. L. Gordon, all of Tampa; two brothers, Herbert A. Gordon of Tampa and William L. Gordon of Daytona Beach; and several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"WINTER HAVEN, June 5 - (Special) - Mrs. Ida L. Greer, 68, died at her home today after a long illness." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"MRS. BERTHA W. GRIGGS - OCALA, Dec. 21. - (Special) - Mrs. Bertha W. Griggs, 82, died early last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Andrew J. Schaub, on the Fellowship Road. She has no other survivors." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"GIUSEPPE GUERRIERO - Funeral services for Giuseppe Guerriero, who died Sunday morning at his residence, 506 South Nebraska avenue, were held yesterday afternoon from the Sacred Heart church. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"GUNN, MRS. MARION R. - Funeral services for Mrs. Marion R. Gunn, 86, of 3416 Tampa Street, who died in a hospital Thursday, will be held from the Greenman home Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Orange Hill cemetery, with Rev. A. D. Crist officiating. Survivors are a son, J. R. Gunn, and three grandchildren, Miss Marion E., Robert S., and Captain J. R. Gunn. Pallbearers: J. E. Lovell, Roy DeBusk, E. O. Finley, E. P. Matheny, Hardy Graves and Judge Albert P. Wiese." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 11, 1941.
"JACK E. GOFF - Jack E. Goff, 58, of 7101 Taliaferro street, died yesterday in a hospital. Besides his wife he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. E. O. Allen, Felda, Mrs. Roy T. Quick, Palm Beach; Mrs. Nellie Rushton and Miss Lena Mae Goff of Tampa; six sons, Col. John Goff, Tampa; I. L. Goff, Okeechobee, Mack Goff, Norfolk, Va., Marion, Eugene and Vaughn Goff, Tampa; four brothers, V. L. and J. N. Goff, Tifton, Ga., George R. Goff, Clewiston; Jake Goff, Hapers, Ga., and two sisters, Mrs. Lee Goodman, and Mrs. Letta Ellis of Tifton, Ga." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 9, 1936.
"Mrs. Lucrecia Gutierrez, 79, of 1807 N. Albany Ave., died yesterday afternoon at her home. She is survived by a son, Mario Gutierrez, and eight grandchildren, Alfred, Hector, George and Alfred Gutierrez, Mrs. Mariola Garcia, Mrs. Matilde Butler, Mrs. Maggie Jardon and Miss Martha Gutierrez, and six great grandchildren." - Also, funeral notice: "GUTIERREZ, LUCRECIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Lucrecia Gutierrez, 79, of 1807 North Albany Ave., will be held Monday at 4 P. M. from the A. P. Boza Chapel. Interment in Woodlawn. The Rev. Martin of West Tampa Methodist Church will officiate. She is survived by a son, Mario Gutierrez, Tampa; eight grandchildren: Alfred, Robert, George and Hector Gutierrez, Mrs. Mariola Garcia, Mrs. Matilde Butler, Mrs. Maggie Jardon, and Miss Martha Gutierrez, and six great-grandchildren." - Both taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"JAMES GARDNER, 60, of 6508 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, died Sunday, Dec. 6. A veteran of World War II, he had lived in the area for the past year. He is survived by his wife, Edna; a son, James Lee Gardner; a stepson, Gary Kies; a stepdaughter, Kathleen Hill; a brother, Raymond Gardner; three sisters, Jeane, Mary and Anna; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 13, 1981, page 11-B.
"ELANA GOLDSTEIN, 14, of Zephyrhills died Friday. She was a native and lifetime resident of the Tampa area, attended the Double Branch Baptist Church and Zephyrhills Junior High School. She is survived by her parents, Robert and Marjorie Goldstein; two brothers, Laren and Darrell Goldstein, both of Zephyrhills; her maternal grandmother, Beula Davis of Crystal River; three uncles; four aunts; and 12 cousins. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Lutz-Land O' Lakes Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 13, 1981, page 11-B.
"WILLIAM E. GELDERD - CLEARWATER, Oct. 12 - (By Staff Writer) - William Edward Gelderd, 71, of 1405 North Osceola Ave., who came here seven years ago from Broadview, Ill., died today at his home. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Florence C. Gelderd, of Clearwater; three sons, William K. Gelderd, William E. Gelderd and Edward Joseph Gelderd, all of Clearwater; a granddaughter and four sisters, all living in other states." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"GRAVES, MR. THOMAS MELVIN - Mr. Thomas Melvin Graves, age 65, passed away in Antioch, Fla., Thursday morning. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the Thonotosassa Baptist Church at Anticoh with the Revs. I. M. Chitty of Oxford and Hubert Green of Wildwood, officiating. Pallbearers will be John Upshaw, H. G. Johnson, H. E. Willis, Forrest Mathews, Jack Baker, and Carl Mahon. The body will lie in state at the church from 1 o'clock until time of service. Survivors are 3 daughters, Mrs. Clara May Ivey of Tampa, Mrs. Ruth Taylor of Nashville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Genevieve Blitch; 3 brothers, George Graves of Plant City, Hardy Graves and Almon Graves, both of Tampa; 7 sisters, Mrs. Essie Wright of Plant City, Mrs. Ida Stewart of Tampa, Mrs. Ellan DeVane of Antioch, Mrs. Flossie Huffstuttler of Thonotosassa, Mrs. Amie Strickland of Lutz, Mrs. Edna Simmons of Antioch, and Mrs. Nannie Smith of Tampa; and 5 grandchildren. Services are in charge of the F. T. Blount Company funeral home." Also, obituary: "THOMAS MELVIN GRAVES - Thomas Melvin Graves, 65, died in Antioch yesterday morning. Mr. Graves had resided in Antioch for 65 years. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Clara May Ivey, Tampa, Mrs. Ruth Taylor, Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Genevieve Blitch, Tampa; three brothers, George Graves, Plant City, and Hardy Graves and Almon Graves, both of Tampa; seven sisters, Mrs. Essie Wright, Plant City, Mrs. Ida Stewart, Tampa, Mrs. Ellen DeVane, Antioch, Mrs. Flossie Huffstuttler, Thonotosassa, Mrs. Amy Strickland, Lutz, Mrs. Edna Simmons, Antioch, and Mrs. Nannie Smith, Tampa, and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1953, p. A2.
"Deaths Elsewhere - By Associated Press - DEAN GRAY - HASTINGS, Neb. - Dean Gray, 60, founder of a 17-store chain of supermarkets (Jack and Jill) and president of the Hastings Realty Investment Corp. Died Sunday." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"ANTONIO GARCIA - Funeral services for Antonio Garcia will be held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the home, 2107 Taliaferro street. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery with Masons having charge of the services at the grave. Besides his widow Mr. Garcia is survived by a daughter." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 31, 1930, p. 1-2.
"MRS. RACHEL E. GANNON - INDIAN ROCKS BEACH, South Shore, May 4. - (Special) - Mrs. Rachel E. Gannon, 46, of 19506 Gulf Blvd., died at her home Saturday. She came here eight years ago from Westfield, N. J. She is survived by her husband, Edward F. Gannon, Indian Rocks Beach, South Shore; three sons, John McCarthy, Riviera Beach, N. J.; Edward T. Gannon, Vienna, N. J., and Matthew F. Gannon, Indian Rocks Beach, South Shore; three daughters, Shirley M. McCarthy, Indian Rocks Beach, South Shore; Rita A. Gannon, and Regina Gannon, West New York, N. J.; a sister, Mrs. Jane Sanford, and mother, Mrs. Rachel McDede, both of Rahway, N. J." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"GANT, Inez A., 72, of Brandon, died Sunday. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"GILES, LEROY PEYTON - Funeral services for LeRoy Peyton Giles, aged 85, of Pleasant Grove, will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock from Pleasant Grove church, Rev. A. G. Voight, Rev. H. C. Norton, Rev. A. R. Larrick will officiate. Interment at Pleasant Grove cemetery. Grandsons will act as pallbearers and meet at residence at 4:30. The following will act as escorts and please meet at church at 4:45: Mr. Camilius Brandon,Mr. F. N. Bright, Mr. Clarence E. Block, Mr. R. K. Clark, Mr. Marvin H. Hawkins, Mr. Jeffie Knight, Mr. J. R. McDonald, Geo. W. Martin, Don C. McMullen, Level Martin, R. G. Word, H. B. Wordehoff. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ida Giles; daughters, Mrs. Robert L. Hall, Tampa; Mrs. Raymond Bryant, Plant City; Mrs. J. P. Hall, Bartow, Fla.; sons, L. B. Giles, Tampa; Mr. R. W. Giles, Shreveport, La.; Parker Giles, Plant City; Martin Giles, Washington D. C." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"GARRISON, Joseph B., 73, of Tampa, died Monday. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"GUNNELL, Jack H., 52, of Lakeland died Wednesday. Heath Funeral Chapel, Lakeland." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"JOHN WILLIAM GORDON - John William Gordon, 75, of New Port Richey, died Wednesday at his home. Survivor is his widow, Mrs. Effie Crumley Gordon." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"GRAHAM, MRS. EUGENIA MITCHELL - Funeral services for Mrs. Eugenia Mitchell Graham, 79, 809 South Delaware Ave., a resident of Tampa for 54 years, who passed away at home Thursday, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt at Plant Ave., The Rev. M. C. Cleveland, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are Mitchell Stallings, Bayard Angle, Norman Stallings, Alexander N. Turnbull, Gordon Austin, Graham Austin, Charles B. Parkhill and Otto M. Stallings, Jr. Survivors are her husband, Samuel W. Graham, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Nell Rose Parkhill, Tampa, and Mrs. Gordon Austin, Cornett, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Nellie M. Ferguson, Tampa; a brother, Spencer Mitchell, Tampa; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"GROTEGUT, JOSEPH J. - Funeral services for Joseph J. Grotegut, 72, of Brooksville will be held Monday, May 14, 3 P.M., at the chapel of Garnett's Funeral Home, with The Rev. Gerald Lowe officiating. He was formerly of Marshalltown, Iowa, Tampa and Sarasota. Survivors, widow and one son, Joe Grotegut of Tallahassee. Pallbearers: Dent Lanier, John W. Dawson, W. A. Kindred, L. W. Jacobus, John Tracy, and W. A. Mack. Interment in Brooksville Cemetery. Garnett's Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"GREENLEAF, SAMUEL A. - Funeral services for Samuel A. Greenleaf, 72, of 1301 South Moody Ave., a resident of Tampa for six years, who passed away Wednesday, will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt at Plant Ave., The Rev. Robert E. Lee, pastor of the Bayshore Baptist Church, officiating, with interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Besides his widow, Mrs. Jennie Pearl Greenleaf, Tampa, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mary E. McGee, Tampa; a son, William R. Greenleaf, Macomb, Ill.; five grandchildren; two sister, Mrs. Alice McDivitt, Mount Sterling, Ill., and Mrs. Eva Nix, Augusta, Ill.; two brothers, J. P. Greenleaf, Augusta, and John W. Greenleaf, Mount Sterling." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"DANIEL E. GIL, 56, of Tampa died Sunday in Tampa. A lifelong resident of Tampa, he was a business service technician for General Telephone and employed with them for 29 years. He was a member of St. Lawrence Catholic Church and the Central Labor Council, a member and treasurer of Local 824 I.B.E.W., and a volunteer with the United Way. He is survived by his wife, Rosemarie; a son, Derek, a daughter, Lori Esposito, and a brother, Larry, all of Tampa. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"FLORENCE AMELIA GEATHER - DADE CITY, May 13. - (Special) - Florence Amelia Geather, 72, died yesterday at a local hospital." Also, funeral notice: "GEATHERD, MRS. FLORENCE AMELIA - Mrs. Florence Amelia Geatherd, 72, of 31 North 13th St., passed away in a local hospital Saturday evening. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Coleman & Ferguson Funeral Chapel with Dr. James Coad officiating. Interment will follow in Dade City Cemetery. Besides her husband, Mr. Fred Geatherd, Dade City, she is survived by one brother, Harold Tappen, Roselle Park, N. J., also a niece, Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald, Point Pleasant, N. J., and one nephew, Leroy Tappen, Lake Placid, Florida. Bearers will be Bobby Hormuth, Herbert Massey, Oscar Hettems, William Krieble, James Mays and W. K. Barnes." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"MRS. RUBY JEWELL GOODRUM - Mrs. Ruby Jewell Goodrum, 33, of Miami, died Saturday. She is survived by her husband, M. A. Goodrum; her father, J. T. Dumas; a sister, Mrs. R. T. Hill, of Tampa; and a brother, Clifton Dumas, of Mount Dora." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 24, 1941, p. 2.
"WILLIAM H. GRICE - BOWLING GREEN, Oct. 30 - (Special) - William H. Grice, 49, a resident of rural Bowling Green, died this afternoon at a local hospital after a long illness." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"GUNTHER - Gravdeside services for Mr. Earle W. Gunther, 58, of 506 Greenbay Ave., Brandon, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens with Reverend George Cooley officiating. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Doris K. Gunther; daughter, Miss Mary E. Gunther, both of Brandon; two brothers, Edward and Harvey Gunther, Clifton, N.J. Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL HOME BRANDON" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 18, 1973, p. 7-D.

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"JAMES G. HICKS - LARGO, Oct. 3. - (By Staff Writer) - James Garfield Hicks, 76, who came here four months ago from Dayton, Ohio, died last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John S. Van Zyle, Pine and Fulton Sts. Other survivors include his widow, Mrs. Alice A. Hicks, Dayton; two brothers, Clarence Hicks, Atlanta, Ga., Emmett Hicks, Columbus, Ohio; a grandson and a great-grandson." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"HAMILTON, HARRIET OLIVER - Funeral services for Harriet Oliver Hamilton, 91, resident of 5710 Branch Ave., and Peru, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. T. D. Lide, pastor of the Seminole Heights Baptist Church, to officiate, interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: R. E. Geiger, L. S. Todd, H. C. Creighton, William D. Smith, W. M. Harkness, Jr., K. L. Waggoner." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"JOHN DAYLE HANCOCK - John Dayle Hancock, 62, of 807 Ida street, died last night at his home. He has been a resident of Tampa for 40 years, and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Cora Hancock; a daughter, Mrs. Johnnie Lee Thorpe; a granddaughter, Miss Joanne Thorpe, all of Tampa; two brothers, Henry S. Hancock, of Tampa; Thomas L. Hancock, of Orlando; two sisters, Mrs. Cardie Eiland, of Sebring, and Mrs. H. T. Wade, of Charlotte Harbor." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"JOHN LOUIS HOUSTON - John Louis Houston, 28, of 3200 Hawthorne road, died in Tampa hospital early yesterday morning after a short illness. He came to Tampa in 1925, was a graduate of Plant high school, and owned and operated the Sulphur Springs Dairy. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Phoebe Houston; his mother, Mrs. E. Pearl Houston; a brother, Al Houston; an aunt, Anna L. McKellar, and other relatives in Mississippi." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"HARANG, BENNIE LUCIAN - Funeral services for Mr. Bennie Lucian Harang, 52, resident of 3312 Bally St., who passed away in a local hospital Saturday, will be held Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Rosary services will be held Monday night at 8 P.M. at Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Trinita Harang." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"JESSE H. HADLEY - Well-Known Bradentown Visitor Passes Away Suddenly - BRADENTOWN, Jan. 7. - (Special) - A telegram was received by E. L. Hadley Thursday afternoon announcing the death of his father, Jesse H. Hadley, at his home in Columbus, Ind., which occured in the forenoon. Mr. Hadley was well-known in different sections of the State, as early as 1883 with his family he began spending the winters in Florida; first a number of seasons were spent at Archer, in Alachua County, then for several winters they spent the time at Melbourne, on the East Coast, and for the past six or eight years he and Mrs. Hadley have been in Bradentown. He had written friends that they would probably be here this week to again occupy their pretty home on Stockbridge Avenue, which was erected two years ago. The deceased is survived by his wife and three sons, Alden, of Mourovia, Ind., Percy, a prominent druggist of Palm Beach, and E. L. Hadley, of this city, who left Friday morning to attend the funeral of his father, which will take place Monday. Mr. Hadley was about seventy-five years of age, a gentleman of fine Christian character, upright and just, and many friends will sorrow over his death." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 8, 1916, p. 7.
"HORNE - Funeral services for Mrs. Rosalie J. Horne will be held at 11:00 A.M. Saturday at Curry & Son Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave., with Brother Joe Jackson officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. A native of Charleston, W. VA., Mrs. Horne had been a resident of Tampa since 1947. Survivors include her four daughters, Betty Whirley of Tampa, Margaret Pedro of Hayward, CA, Barbara Culbreath of Sylva, NC, Kay Hillard of Strawberry Plains, TN; two sisters, Alice Carte, Gauley Bridge, W. VA, Nellie Smith, Charleston, W. VA, a brother, Fred Samsel of Mason, W. VA, 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 7-8:30 P.M. Friday at the funeral home. CURRY & SON" Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 20, 1992, p. 7 (Florida/Metro)
"HAYES, MRS. ELIZABETH BELL - Mrs. Elizabeth Bell Hayes, 83, died at the home of her son, Sam J. Hayes, of Webster, Saturday afternoon. Funeral services will be held in the Mt. Zion Baptist Church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 with The Rev. Davidson, of Lakeland, officiating. Interment in the Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direction of the Kurfiss Funeral Home. Survivors: Three sons, Sam J. and W. L. Hayes, of Webster, Perry Hayes, of Lacoochee; four daughters, Mrs. Susie Simmons and Fannie Britton, of Tampa, Lola Boun and Alma Alderman, of Webster; 34 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1948, p. A4.
"Wallace E. High Dies In Hospital - Wallace Edgar High, 43, of 802 South Newport avenue, a resident of Tampa for 20 years died in a hospital here yesterday morning. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the St. John's Episcopal church. The Rev. William B. Curtis, rector, will officiate. Mr. High, who represented a St. Louis shoe firm in South and Central Florida, is survived by his widow, a daughter, Margaret, and a son, Wallace E. High, Jr., of Tampa. Two brothers and four sisters live in North Carolina. Active pallbearers will be L. E. Hall, H. L. Sumner, H. E. Lester, Eugene Knight, Curtis Rorebeck, Charles A. McKay, J. E. McElmurry and James McKay. Honorary pall bearers are: W. S. Doyle, Dennis Ford, Lakeland, J. M. Grantham, Frank Houghton, St. Petersburg; E. K. Nelson, Sr., Addison Logan, Henry M. Cohen, J. D. Kinser, H. T. Sidway, E. B. Woodward and Ray Lee of St. Louis, Mo. Pallbearers will meet at the B. Marion Reed chapel at 3:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1928, p. 2.
"HENRIQUEZ - Funeral services for Enrique Henriquez, aged forty-five years, who died Thursday morning at his residence No. 2008 Seventeenth avenue, were held from the residence yesterday afternoon, under the direction of W. Primo Lord. Interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1923, p.16.
"FRANCIS B. HAMMOCK - BRADENTON, March 26. - (Special) - Francis Blake Hammock, 14 months, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hammock, at Tallevast last night. Survivors include his parents." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 27, 1941, p. 2.
"JOHN SHERMAN HOPKINS - PLANT CITY (Special) - John Sherman Hopkins, 66, a resident of Bethlehem Road, Route 5, Plant City, died in a local hospital Wednesday morning. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Cumie Raett Hopkins, Plant City; two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Lee Stewart and Mrs. Dot Binnion, Plant City; four sons, Arthur Ray Humphrey, Tampa, S. John Hopkins, J. D. Hopkins and Gene H. Hopkins, Plant City, and seven grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"HILL, FRANK BECK - Mr. Frank Beck Hill, 54, of 2714 Morrison Ave., passed away in Colonial Hospital at Rochester, Minn., yesterday morning at 3:30 o'clock. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Vera Johnson Hill of Tampa; a son, Rowland Hill, of Tampa; a brother, Jesse E. Hill, of Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Tom Bell f Sarasota. Funeral services will be announced later by the F. T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"PROMINENT SEFFNER MAN DIES IN TAMPA - Had Been Ill Several Weeks at Hospital - Leaves Widow and Several Children - Hazen H. Harvey, of Seffner, one of the most prominent citizens and fruit growers of Hillsborough county, died yesterday morning at the Gordon Keller hospital at 2:30 o'clock. He had been suffering with a severe attack of liver trouble for several weeks at his home at Seffner, and was brought to Tampa to the Gordon Keller hospital two weeks ago for an operation. After the operation Mr. Harvey seemed to be getting along nicely, but last Tuesday night he was taken suddenly with a hemorrhage, and lived but a short time. His death is a great shock to hos wife and children, because they had recently entertained every hope of his recovery. Besides his wife, he leaves two sons, Miles and Gardner, and a daughter, Miss Beulah Nell Harvey, the latter only reaching here last night from Jacksonville, where she holds the position of secretary to E. O. Painter. Mr. Harvey was a native of Canada, but at twelve years of ago moved to Wisconsin. He came to Florida thirty-five years ago, and homesteaded on a very attractive site on a lake about one-half mile from Seffner. This place he built up into a beautiful home and orange grove, called Lake View, where he brought his bride later, and where their children were born and reared. Mr. Harvey was always very progressive, and was one of the most beloved of Hillsborough county citizens. He was sixty-six years of age, but so well preserved that he appeared at least ten years younger. He has always been in robust health, until two years ago, when an accident befell him from which he received considerable injury, which perhaps indirectly caused his death. His wife was with him during his illness, and has remained in this city while he was at the hospital. The family and a number of Tampa friends will go out to Seffner this morning where interment will take place at Seffner cemetery at 9:30 o'clock. Rev. C. W. Duke, of the First Baptist church of this city, will conduct the funeral service. The pall bearers are J. E. Tomblin, T. E. Beatty, W. K. Kenney of Seffner, Percy A. Coe of Limona, Dr. W. S. Snaveley, of Tampa. Honorary pall bearers are J. H. Hill and Dr. Graves, of Seffner. J. L. Reed has charge of the interment." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 25, 1912, p. 5.
"HAYES, MRS. GEORGIA ANN - Funeral services for Mrs. Georgia Ann Hayes, 80, who died yesterday morning at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. F. T. Blount, of 407 Tyler St., will be held Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount. Rev. E. Watt Smith of the Tampa Heights Methodist church will conduct the services. Interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Wallace Hayes, John Hayes, Calvin Lloyd, Jr., Lester Byrd, Paul Roulstone and Henry Diez." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"HAMNER, WILLIAM E. - Funeral services for Mr. William E. Hamner, age 70, resident of 3325 Bayshore Blvd., will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church with Rev. Charles F. Caldwell to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Active pallbearers are Bill Crowder, Bob Crowder, Joe Savarese Jr., Hal Holtsinger, Jim Taylor, Herbert McKay, George D. Curtis, Park Wright III. Honorary pallbearers are Charles F. Blake, Henry Holmes, Clarence Holtsinger, Jay Hearin, Wally Gray, Ted De La Verne, Paul Courty, Stewart Pomeroy, Dr. E. S. Gilmer, Dr. R. R. Duke, Dr. N. L. Marcus, Pickins Coles, Jack Fessenden, Clarence Allen, R. E. Freeman, H. L. Crowder Sr., Cody Fowler, Carl Fish, Whiting Preston, W. L. Waring, Jr.; W. H. Forgy, Byron Bushnell, General Sumpter Lowry. Arrangements by J. L. Reed & Son." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"CECIL A. HAYWARD - NEW PORT RICHEY, Oct. 25 - (Special) - Cecil Amos Hayward, 64, of Port Richey, who moved here five years ago from Algonac, Mich., died Monday in Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater. Mr. Hayward was a member of the Presbyterian Church of New Port Richey. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Nora Hayward, Port Richey; one son, James Hayward, Algonac; two brothers, Newman Hayward, Port Richey, and John Hayward, Saskatchewan, Canada; one sister, Mrs. Ella Besinger, Detroit, and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"HARMENING, CHRISTOPHER W. - Christopher W. Harmening, age 41, of Rural Tampa, died last Thursday in a Tampa hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the F. T. Blount Funeral Home, with Rev. Kellogg officiating. Rev. Utten E. Read will give the interpretation. Interment will be in Wesley Chapel Cemetery. pallbearers will be: Oscar Ellerbee, R. L. Barker, Don Grant and Gene Ellerbee." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, September 9, 1946, p. 2.
"HARDING - Leland Devon Harding Sr., 53, of 3807 E. Norfolk St., died Saturday in the Tampa V.A. Hospital. A native of Brunswick, Ga. and resided in Hillsborough Co. most of his life, was a WWII veteran and a Baptist. Survivors include wife Francis Harding, Tampa; son, Leland D. Harding Jr., Moline, Ill.; daughter, Mrs. Virginia Dean, Milwaukee, Wis., mother Mrs. Clara L. Collins and step-father Julis Collins, Waycross, Ga.; father Clarence M. Harding, Ruskin; brother Clyde M. Harding, Tampa; four half sisters; and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 o'clock from the Chapel of Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home 6718 N. Armenia Ave., with Rev. Eugene T. Vining, Baptist Minister officiating. THe family will receive friends at the funeral home Monday evening from 7 to 9. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), March 10, 1974, p. B11.
"MRS. GEORGIA HOPPER - Mrs. Georgia Anna Hopper, 70, of 205 South Grady St., died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A native of Clarksdale, Miss., she had resided in Tampa for the past 15 years. She was the widow of Harry C. Hopper. Mrs. Hopper is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Bessie Mowen and Mrs. Edward J. Trebes, both of Tampa; two brothers, W. C. Williams and W. E. Williams, both of New Orleans; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"HENDERSON IS AWAY - C. E. Henderson, well known undertaker has been called to Marietta, Ga., his old home, on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. Georgia Duke. He will be absent several days." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, March 31, 1915, p. 10.
"10-Year-Old Boy Dies In Hospital - James Larry Hopper, 10, of 1027 East Fern, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. He had resided here all his life. James was a student at Seminole Elementary School. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Hopper, a brother, John L. Hopper, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hopper and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Holton, all of Tampa. Services will be held at the Blount Funeral Home at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"MRS. MARY A. HOWELL - Mrs. Mary A. Howell, 2812 9th Ave., died Tuesday in a local hospital. SHe was 89 years old. A native of McArthur, Ohio, and a former resident of St. Cloud for several years, she had resided in Tampa for the last 40 years. Mrs. Howell was a member of the First Evangelical United Brethren Church, and before she came to Florida she taught in the Mission Schools in the mountains of western North Carolina. Survivors are four nieces, Mrs. Bertha Humpleby, Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Cecil White, Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Annie Margie Carnall, and Mrs. Ruth Gray Campbell, Seattle, Wash.; and a nephew, Miles Gray, Honolulu. Arrangements will be announced by the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"JAMES W. HUDSON - GAINESVILLE, Aug. 17. - (Special) - James W. Hudson, 45, service station operator and former Chiefland resident, died Tuesday in a local hospital following an extended illness." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"HEVIA - Funeral services for Mr. Manuel Hevia (Titi), age 68, of 721 West Plymouth will be held this afternoon at two o'clock from the Chapel of Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Ltd., with interment in Garden of Memories. Survivors include his wife: Mrs. Mirta Hevia; brother: Peter R. Hevia, Sr.; and sister: Mrs. Dulce Maria Sosa. Pallbearers include: Jimmie Knox, Marcelo Perdomo, Peter R. Hevia, Sr., Richard Lounders, Thomas Rodriguez and Joe Menendez." ROEL & CURRY FUNERAL HOME, LTD 4730 N. Armenia Ave. Telephone 877-7676" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, November 7, 1980, p. D7.
"MRS. GEOLANDE HANDRAHAN - ARCADIA, Dec. 2. - (Special) - Mrs. Geolande Bernice Handrahan, 38, resident of Arcadia, died at a Tampa hospital Friday. She had lived here three years. Survivors are her husband, Edward S. Handrahan and two daughters, Shirley May and Rose Marie; and a sister in Chicago." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"HOLLAND - SARASOTA - Charlie D. Holland, 93, of 11902 Kenilworth St., Sarasota, died Wednesday. A lifetome resident of Sarasota. Survived by daughters, Jewel Larner, Altha Marcone, both of Sarasota, Pearl Avis, Tampa; son, Charles E. Holland, St. Petersburg; brothers, Berry G. Holland and Harvey F. Holland, both of Osprey; 10 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services Saturday, 11 a.m. at the Osprey Baptist Church, with Rev. Kenneth Holland, and Rev. Royce Beasley, officiating. Interment, Osprey Baptist Church Cemetery. Visitation Friday, 2 'til 4, 7 'til 9 p.m. Toale Brothers Gulf Gate Chapel, 6903 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, November 7, 1980, p. D7.
"HAGADORN - Little Eleanor Hagadorn, the two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hagadorn of No. 928 South Dakota avenue, died yesterday afternoon, following an attack of convulsions. The funeral in charge of J. L. Reed, will be held from the residence this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with interment in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"HOPE, WILLIAM HOWARD - Funeral services for William Howard Hope, 31, resident of 311 1/2 S. Delware, who passed away Thursday will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home with interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Hope, of Tampa; two daughters, Deege Anne and Patricia Mae Hope and two sisters." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"MRS. DAISY V. HODGE - KISSIMMEE (Special) - Mrs. Daisy V. Hodge, 71, 616 Sumner St., died late Tuesday. A native of Canaan, N.Y., she was a member of the First Spiritualist Church, Springfield, Mass. Survivors include a son, Andrew S. Hodge Jr., West Springfield, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Jennie C. Allen, Kissimmee, and two grandsons." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"WILL HAYS' SISTER DIES - HOLLYWOOD, Calif., April 12. - (A.P.) - Miss Martha Hays, 58, only sister of Will Hays, president of the motion picture producers and distributors association, died at a hospital here today." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 13, 1932, p. 2.
"HENDRICK, JOHN - Funeral services for John Hendrick, 81, resident of 114 S. Magnolia, will be held Thursday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the graveside in Rose Hill Cemetery with Rev. E. D. Boyer to officiate. Arrangements by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"EMMETT A. HALL - CLEARWATER, June 3. - (Special) - Emmett A. Hall, of 3603 26th Ave., Tampa, died in Bay Pines Veterans Hospital Friday afternoon. He is survived by one son, Emmett A. Hall, Jr." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"HARRIS, BISHOP DEAN - Funeral services for Bishop Dean Harris, 73, lifelong resident of Leesburg until 1946, when he moved to Daytona Beach, where he died early Wednesday morning, will be held at the Beyers Funeral Chapel, Friday at 11:00 a.m. with the Rev. Knud A. Larson, rector of St. James Episcopal Church, Leesburg, officiating, assisted by Rev. Phil Dunford, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Leesburg. Interment will be in the Lone Oak Cemetery in Leesburg. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lillie Mae Kingsley Harris of Daytona Beach; one son, Kingsley Harris, Leesburg, Fla.; one daughter, Mrs. Peggy Land, Leesburg, Fla.; two brothers, G. Herbert Harris, Tampa, Fla., and Jim Harris, of Blountstown, Fla., and two grandchildren. Mr. Harris was a member of the Episcopal Church, the K. of P. Lodge and one of the organizers of the Florida Watermelon Festival at Leesburg. He was a hardware and furniture merchant and a funeral director." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"HEAD, William E., 60, of Tampa. A resident of Tampa 10 years. Died yesterday. F. T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"CLIFFORD L. HILTON - CLEARWATER, April 6 - (Special) - Clifford L. Hilton, 80, of St. Paul, Minn., Winter visitor to Clearwater for the past two years, died at a hospital here today. He was a former associate justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Survivors include hiw widow, and son, Bernard N. Hilton." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"MRS. LUCY HUSLEY - Mrs. Lucy Lee Jacobs Husley, 86, died Friday at her residence near Cedartown, Ga. She was a native of Cobb County, Ga., the daughter of the late Tom and Martha Cochran Jacobs. She was a member of the Yorkville Methodist Church. Survivors include a son, Thomas Husley, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2.
"HAWORTH, George Marshall, 72, of Lakeland, died Saturday. A native of Howard County, Ind., and a resident of the area for 32 years. A potter for American Radiator and Standard Brands, distributor for Sealtest in Lakeland, established Velda products in the area and served as Southwest District Manager for Velda. A ledger route man and a school crossing guard for Cleveland Heights School. Dukes-Steen Funeral Home, Lakeland." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"CORRINNE S. HALE, 60, of Tampa died Tuesday. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Nathan; three brothers, C.T. Sr., and W.F. Herring, both of Tallahassee and C.K. Herring of Pipe Creek, Texas; two sisters, Genevieve Hentz of Jacksonville and Sarah H. Player of Albany, Ga. Duval Funeral Home, Garden Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"HAGIN, Mack P. 'Buddy', 62, of 802 W. Virginia Ave., a lifelong resident of the area, died yesterday. A merchant marine and veteran of WWII. Garden of Memories Funeral Home and Cemetary, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"HAWKINS, G.W. Wilse, 82, of Ruskin, a native of West Virginia and a retired farmer, died Saturday. Lewers and Shannon Funeral Home, Ruskin." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"BERTIE H. HANCOCK, 90, of Tampa, died Monday. She had lived in Tampa most of her life. The housewife was a member of Harmony No. 148 O.E.S. past Worthy matron, former sunday school teacher of Seminole Heights Methodist Church and a member of New Hope Reformed Presbyterian Church. She is survived by a son, Clearance H. 'Bud'; a daughter, Marian Hancock Turbeville, both og Tampa; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Hamilton Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"BALNEY W. HINES, 60, of Tampa, died Monday. He had lived in Tampa since 1969. A senior buyer for Hillsborough County, he had retired from the U.S. Army as a warrant officer. He is survived by his wife, Vivian E.; three sons, Eugene of Tokyo, Japan, Nelson of Philadelphia and Donald of Tampa; four brothers; and six grandchildren. Curry and Son Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 1, 1984, p. B5.
"HESOUN, Mary Janet, 69, of Tampa, a native of Michigan, died Saturday. Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"JAMES W. HUDSON - GAINESVILLE, Aug. 17. - (Special) - James W. Hudson, 45, service station operator and former Chiefland resident, died Thursday in a local hospital following an extended illness." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"OLIVER A HARRIS - BRADENTON, April 1, (By Staff Writer) - Oliver A. Harris, 64, Trailer Estates, died Saturday. He was a native of Ohio and had lived here since November, 1957. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ruby C. Harris; his father, George Martin Harris, North Baltimore, Ohio; two sons, George Harris, Victorville, Calif., and James R. Harris, North Baltimore; a brother, Bliss Harris, North Baltimore, and a sister, Mrs. Guy Teatsworth, North Baltimore." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 2, 1958, p. 2.
"SAM HYATTE, JR. - LEESBURG, Sept. 26 - (Special) - Sam Hyatte, Jr., 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Hyatte, of Tavares, died in a local hospital this morning after a short illness." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"MISS FANNIE B. HUNTER - LEESBURG, Sept. 26 - (Special) - Miss Fannie Belle Hunter, 78, a resident of Leesburg, died at her home on Line St. early this morning after a short illness." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"HIGGINBOTHAM - BRANDON - Funeral services for Mr. Charles J. Higginbotham, 65, of Brandon will be held Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. in Stowers Funeral Chapel with Reverend Edward Townsend officiating. He is survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Sandra Louise Noble, Tampa; 1 stepson, Mr. Harry M. Leaming, Miami; 2 stepdaughters: Mrs. Barbara F. Townsend, Auburndale and Mrs. Dorothy L. Wickline, Tampa; and one grandchild. He was born in Brooksville, Fla.; was a retired carpenter and a member of Carpenter's Local No. 696. The family will receive friends from 7:30 until 9:00 Monday evening at the funeral home. Arrangements by: STOWERS FUNERAL HOME BRANDON" Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"HOLMES, Harold C., 77, of Sebring died Tuesday. Dowden Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"MRS. G. A. HUFF - SEBRING, July 3. - (Special) - Mrs. G. A. Huff, mother of Mrs. Claude Ellington, died this week at her North Augusta, S. C., home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1948, p. A4.
"HAMILTON, Agnes Lucy, 94, of Spring Hill died Friday. She moved here two years ago frm Houlton, Maine. Turner Funeral Homes." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"HALL, ALLEN D. - Mr. Allen D. Hall, 59, of 3910 Darwin, passed away Friday morning. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Chapel of F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Earl King, pastor of the Fortieth Street Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"HAWLEY, REV. FRANK A. - Funeral services for the Rev. Frank A. Hawley, 83, resident of Bushnell for the past several years, who died June 29 in Lakeland, will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church in Bushnell with the Rev. Robert Hannum and Dr. Monte Johnson, Lakeland, officiating. He will lie in state in the church one hour prior to services after which the casket will remain closed. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Purcell Funeral Home, Bushnell." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"HOELLEN, Margaret, 70, of New Port Richey died Thursday. She was a native of Waukegan, Ill. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"HICKMAN, Irene E., 63, of New Port Richey died Wednesday. North Funeral Home, Hudson Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"MRS. MARGARET S. HAMM - WINTER HAVEN, Nov. 27. - (Special) - Mrs. Margaret Searcy Hamm, 78, died last night at the homs of her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Smith, in Eloise, after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"HARWELL - Mrs. Addie A. Harwell, 89, of 7712 Riverview Dr., Gibsonton, died Thursday. A native of Forsythe County, Ga, she had resided in Hillsborough County for the past forty five years and was a member of the Gibsonton United Methodist Church. Survivors include her sons, George L. and Edwin H. Harwell of Gibsonton, Paul L. Harwel of Albany, Ga. & Douglass K. Harwell of Lakeland; twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from the Gibsonton United Methodist Church, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. Guy Spriggs, Methodist minister officiating, assisted by Rev. Wesley Price pastor of the Gibsonton United Methodist Church. Interment will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery, Plant City. Her grandsons and nephews will serve as pallbearers. Mrs. Harwell will lie in state at the church from Noon Saturday until time of Service. The family will receive friends at Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, 6718 N. Armenia Ave., this evening from 7 to 9. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, September 28, 1973, p. D11.
"MRS. LENA HARDING - Mrs. Lena Harding, 66, of 8613 Thirteenth street, died Tuesday. Survivors are her husband, William Harding; four sons, W. E. Johnson and Otis Harding, Tampa; Fred Harding, Limona, and Frank Harding, Mount Dora; a daughter, Mrs. Fred Enthrop, Tampa; four stepsons, T. L. Harding, Ralph Harding and Milton Harding, Tampa, and C. Harding, Ruskin; a sister; Mrs. D. J. Kelly, Tampa, and three brothers, W. H. DePratter, Clearwater, and Robert and Joe DePratter, of Georgia." Also, funeral notice: "HARDING, MRS. LENA - Funeral services for Mrs. Lena Harding, 66, 8613 13th St., who died Tuesday, will be held Thursday at 3:00 from the Greenman home. Survivors are eight sons, W. C. Johnson, Fred Harding, Otis Harding, Frank Harding, T. L. Harding, C. Harding, Ralph Harding and Milton Harding; two daughters, Mrs. Fred Anthlop and Mrs. Mable Hanes; a sister, Mrs. D. J. Kelly; three brothers, W. H., Robert and Joe DePratter. Pallbearers are Lonnie Wilder, Herbert Wilder, Ed. Wilder, Silas Wilder, Charles Mills and Richard Lutzs. Rev. Stine will officiate. Burial will be in Limona cemetery." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 13, 1936, p. 2.
"HINETT,Albert F., 75, of Spring Hill died Thursday. Wellwood Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"MRS. LULU E. HOFFMAN - Mrs. Lulu E. Hoffman of 4218 Thirteenth street, died in a local hospital yesterday morning. Besides a son, George Lee Hoffman, she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Vernettie Farmer, and a brother, John F. Mills, of Gary, Ind. Mrs. Hoffman was a member of Harmony chapter No. 148, Order of Eastern Star." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 1, 1938, p. 2.
"MRS. MARY A. HOWELL - Mrs. Mary A. Howell, 2812 9th Ave., died Tuesday in a local hospital. She was 89 years old. A native of McArthur, Ohio, and a former resident of St. Cloud for several years, she had resided in Tampa for the last 40 years. Mrs. Howell was a member of the First Evangelical United Brethren Church, and before she came to Florida she taught in the Mission Schools in the mountains of western North Carolina. Survivors are four nieces, Mrs. Bertha Humpleby, Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Cecil White, Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Annie Margie Campbell, Seattle, Wash.; and a nephew, Miles Gray, Honolulu. Arrangements will be announced by the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"MAUDE L. HATFIELD, 88, of Tampa died Tuesday. She was a native of Dunlap, Tenn., and had lived in the area for many years. Survivors include her sons, Ray, Herman C. of Lake Wales, Robert L. of Tampa and Harry D. of Lakeland; five daughters, Patsy White, Dortha L. Tillooly, Viola Bixler, all of Tampa, Jean Schrader, Mildren Kyton, both of Louisville, Ky.; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Homes." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"HERMANN JOSEPH ROSE - Hermann Joseph Rose, 68, of 10,803 Nebraska Ave., died yesterday afternoon at a Tampa hospital. A native of England, he had resided in Tampa for 12 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillian Rose, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. J. B. Cox, Tampa, and a grandchild." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"DOVIE L. TROUT HERRON, 77, of Plant City died Tuesday. She was a native of Tennessee and had lived in Plant City for 56 years. She was a former owner and operator of the Troutt Clothing Store in Plant City and was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Bruce; a son, Forrest of Bradenton; two sisters, Bell Woodward of Nashville, Tenn., and Aletta Nyhof of Holland, Mich.; a niece, Christine Cowan of Plant City; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"HAGADORN - Little Eleanor Hagadorn, the two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hagadorn of No. 928 South Dakota avenue, died yesterday afternoon, following an attack of convulsions. The funeral, in charge of J. L. Reed, will be held from the residence this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"JACOB B. HENDRIX - MULBERRY, Nov. 28. (Special) - Jacob Brandford Hendrix, 39, 920 Annie St., Tampa, died in Tampa Hospital yesterday. He had been a plasterer in Tampa for 18 years. Surivors include his widow, Mrs. Lillie Mae Hendrix, Tampa; two sons, Lee Brandford and Jim Lamar Hendrix, Tampa; daughter, Mrs. Betty Jean Jones, West Palm Beach; three sisters, Mrs. Jewel Morris and Mrs. Myrtle Parolini, Mulberry, Mrs. Irma Nelson, Lake Orion, Mich.; two brothers, Talmadge H. Hendrix, Mulberry, and Jessie L. Hendrix, Lake Orion." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, November 29, 1956.
"JAMES A. HENDRY - ARCADIA, Dec. 26. - (Special) - James A. Hendry, a life-long resident of DeSoto county, died suddenly this morning. He is survived by his widow, and a son, Joe, of Jacksonville; seven brothers, Jud and Ed, of Fort Meyers; John, Harry and Cad Hendry, of Arcadia, and Gus Hendry, of Lake Wales; two sisters, Mrs. Zilla Granger, of Wauchula, and Mrs. Rhoda Fielder, of Bartow; two step-daughters, Mrs. Bertelle Carlton and Miss Mary Frances Beverly, of Arcadia." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"HART - Margaret T. Hart, 86, 2001 18th St, W. Bradenton, died February 1, at Manatee Hospital. A native of Minneapolis, a resident of Bradenton since 1969, and a former resident of Tampa. Survivors include four sons, Dr. Donald S. Hart, Tampa; Richard T. Hart, Casa Grande, Arizona; Col. William W. Hart, Germany, and John R. Hart, Ogden, Utah; one daughter, Mrs. Samuel Beamesder'er of Chicago, Ill. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 4:15 at Funeral Home Shannon, Bradenton Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, February 3, 1973, p. D9.
"HARTNETT - TAMPA - Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy A. Hartnett age 87, of 2909 Barcelona will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. from the A.P. Boza Town n Country Chapel (6902 W. Hillsborough Ave.) with interment to follow in Keystone Cemetery. She is survived by one son: Mr. Frederick Rorabacher, one sister: Mrs. Leila Chambers, two grandchildren, Mr. Gary Rorabacher and Mrs. Lynn O. Brien, and two great grandchildren. The Rev. John Largent Jr. Pastor of the Belmar Presbyterian Church will officiate. Pallbearers: Nick Erbody, Charles Schneider, Kenneth O'Conner, Fred Beason, James Kring and Noel Harris. A. P. BOZA TOWN & COUNTRY CHAPEL 6902 W. HILLBORO" Published in the Tampa Tribune, February 3, 1973, p. D9.
"CRASH VICTIM'S FUNERAL - Funeral services for Robert L. Hays, 30, Palm River road, who was killed in a collision of his truck with a train Wednesday afternoon, will be held this afternoon. The funeral cortege will leave his residence at 3 o'clock. Services will be held at the cemetery at Thonotosassa." Published in the Tampa Tribune, November 23, 1928, p. 2.
"MRS. ELLA MARGARET HALL - Mrs. Ella Margaret Hall, 35, of 1322 1/2 Florida avenue, died in a hospital here yesterday morning. Funeral arrangements will be announced later." Published in the Tampa Tribune, November 23, 1928, p. 2.
"CONRAD E. HYDE - Conrad E. Hyde, 74, of 2108 Jetton Ave., a resident of Tampa for 22 years, died yesterday afternoon at his home. He was a retired Atlantic Coast Line conductor, and a member of Order of Railway Conductors, Knights of Pythias, and the St. Johns Episcopal Church. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Frances Hyde, two grandsons, Conrad Eugene Hyde, and James Francis Hyde, all of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, June 1, 1946, p. 2.
"HUMPHREY, MRS. MARGARET J. - Visitation for Mrs. Margaret J. Humphrey, 86, of Brandon, will be this afternoon from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. After which time the remains will be sent to Newton, Ga. for final services and interment on Thursday at 2 p.m. The family request, PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. Arrangements by Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"MARY HITCHNER - Mary Elizabeth Hitchner, 7, of 309 East Ohio, died Monday night in a local hospital. A native of Bridgeton, N. J., she had been a resident of Tampa for the last year. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hitchner, Tampa; three brothers, Edward, Michael and Daniel Hitchner, all of Tampa; one sister, Miss Catherine Hitchner, Tampa, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oakford Gandy, Alloway, N. J., Charles B. Hitchner, Bridgeton, New Jersey." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 23, 1957, p. 2.
"HELEN HALL HALESTA, 57, of 3605 S. Clark, Tampa, died Friday. For 54 years she had lived in the Bay area. She was a housewife. She is survived by her brothers, Wallace R., William H. Jr., and Louis; and her sisters, Eunice Horning, Mae Del Castillo and Jackie Marhar. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"WALTER ALFRED HAGEN - Walter Alfred Hagen, 72, 702 Cypress Place, Sun City Center, died in a Bradenton hospital. A native of Oak Park, Ill., he was retired restaurant operator. Survivors include his widow, Bernice Arnold Hagen; two sons, Walter A. Hagen of Glen View, Ill., and William E. Hagen, of Park Ridge, Ill.; one daughter, Mrs. Lynn Kessley, Colorado; one brother, Max Hagen, Fort Lauderdale; and one sister, Mrs. Adele Lawrence, California." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 22, 1968, p. A23.
"ROBERT HILL - Robert E. Hill, 45, 1720 Barclay Rd., died Wednesday. A native of Flint, Mich., he lived in Tampa for six years. He was a member of the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and president of Hill Electric Inc. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rita R. Hill, Tampa; a son, R. Alan Hill, Charlotte, N.C.; a daughter, Miss Kathleen A. Hill, Tampa; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hill, Tampa; a brother, Charles A. Hill, Lutz; and sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Weiss, Bay City, Mich.; and Mrs. Gloria J. Fristoe, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 22, 1968, p. A23.
"MARY A. HOUGH, 65, of Ruskin, died Thursday. Born in Sandusky, Ohio, she came to the Bay area six years ago from Sandusky. She was a retired inspector for General Motors and a member of Ruskin United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Willard F.; and a brother, Charles A. Corder. Lewers Funeral Home, Ruskin." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"LOUIS LEE HYDE JR., 61, of Wimauma, died Wednesday. He is survived by his brother, Eugene of Brandford. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"RALPH E. HAZEN - BROOKER, June 3. - (Special) - Ralph E. Hazen, 46, prominent cattleman and farmer and Brooker native died of a heart attack at his home here today. He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Mary Frances Hazen; two sons, Doyle and Jack Edward Hazen; his father, George W. Hazen, all of Brooker; four brothers, Harly C. Hazen, Hague; L. O. Hazen, Starke; Emory L. Hazen, Plant City; I. H. Hazen, Jacksonville, and a sister, Mrs. Myrtle McKinney, Starke." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"CARL HUSTON - Carl A. Huston, 57, 4105 Santiago Ave., died Thursday. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he lived in Tampa for 22 years and was a member of the Westshore Christian Church and the Tampa Local Musicians Union. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lucy Huston, a son, Bruce Huston, Seattle, Wash., and a daughter, Mrs. Carol Smith, Sarasota." Also, funeral notice: "HUSTON, CARL A. - Funeral services for Mr. Carl A. Huston, age 57, 4105 Santiago Ave., will be held at 4:00 c'clock Saturday afternoon at CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605S. MacDill Ave. The Reverend Dean Burton, Pastor of the Westshore Christian Church will officiate. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. The family requests that those who so dsire may make a contribution to the Hillsborough County Heart Assn. or to the Westshore Christian Church Scholarship Fund." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"DOMINGO HERNANDEZ - Domingo Hernandez, 77, of 1810 26th Ave., died yesterday. He was a retired cigarmaker and a native of San Francisco de Paula, Cuba. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Carmela Hernandez and a daughter, Mrs. Delia Ochoa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 22, 1969, p. A23.
"JONATHAN S. HARDY, 18, of Lutz died Saturday as the result of an automobile accident. A lifetime resident of the area, he was a landscaper and a member of Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hardy; one brother, James of Land O' Lakes; three sisters, Mary Frances Hardy of Edgewater, N.J., Suzanne Hardy of Tampa and Janet Hardy of Lutz; and his maternal grandmother, Marie Segawas of St. Petersburg. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Lutz Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"HOLT - DADE CITY - Mrs. Oma M. Holt, age 109, of Dade City, passed away Sunday. Funeral services are Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. in the Coleman and Ferguson Chapel with interment in Dade City Cemetery. She was a native of Hartford, Tenn., born December 21, 1867 and came to Pasco County in 1942. She was a member of the Church of Christ and is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jewell Hemphill, Dade City, Mrs. Ruth Lightcap, Leesburg; three sons, Floyd Holt, Dade City, Reuben Holt, Zephyrhills, and Fletcher Holt, Tampa; 23 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren and 6 great-great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Chapel Monday from 7 to 9 p.m." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, February 14, 1977, p. D7.
"MRS. MARY T. HANSON - Mrs. Mary T. Hanson, 67, of Limona, died in a hospital Thursday night. A native of Georgia, she had been a resident for the last year and is survived by a son, William Hanson, of Limona; three daughters, Mrs. Ruby Maxwell and Miss Violet Hanson of Limona, and Mrs. Ethel Bryan of Madison, Ga.; a sister, Mrs. Susie Addock of Atlanta; 13 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"HUNT, MRS. NELLIE F. - Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie F. Hunt, 80, of 9702 Central Ave., will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, 6900 Nebraska Ave., with Rev. Leon M. Gambrell, retired Baptist minister, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"EDISON LESTER HARRISON, 66, of Tampa died Thursday. He came to the Bay area 24 years ago from Chicago, Ill. He was kitchen manager at MacDill Air Force Base. He is survived by his mother, Evelyn Heyden of Tampa. Stower's Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"PEARL E. HILL, 84, of Sun City Center died Wednesday. A native of Mitchell, S.D., she came to the Bay area 20 years ago from Marion, Iowa. She was a member of the United Community Church of Sun City Center and was a past president of the church's Women's Association. She was also a member of the Sun City Center Women's Club. She is survived by her husband, Walter S.; one daughter, Margot Moran of Ruskin; one brother, Clarence Dohmer of Mesa, Ariz.; one sister, Thelma Hill of Lincoln, Neb., and two grandchildren. Lewer's Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"MRS. LOLA HILSON - Mrs. Lola Bell Hilson, 61, 1315 W. Broad, died Wednesday. A native of Eustis, she lived in Tampa most of her life and was a member of the Wilma Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband, E. L. Hilson; a brother, Ray Winningham, California, and sisters, Mrs. Carrie Chamoun, Tampa, and Mrs. Bernice Sandsm California." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"ORBIE C. HIERS - Funeral services for Orbie C. Hiers, 22, of Hopewell, who died Monday at a Tampa hospital from injuries sustained when he accidently came in contact with an electric wire at the plant of U. S. Phosphoric Products corporation, will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from the Second Baptist church of Plant City with the Rev. H. G. Devane conducting the services. Interment will be in Roselawn cemetery. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hiers, of Hopewell; three brothers, Clarence, R. L. and T. F. Hiers of Plant City, and two sisters, Miss Inez Hiers and Miss Ruth Hiers, of Hopewell." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, October 8, 1930, p. 2.
"CLARENCE HIERS - Funeral services for Clarence Hiers, 20, of Hopewell, killed Saturday in an automobile accident near Seffner, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Second Baptist church in Plant City. Burial will be in Plant City cemetery. The body will lie in state at the home until 2:30 this afternoon. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hiers, two brothers, R. L. and T. F. Hiers; and two sisters, Misses Inez and Ruth Hiers, all of Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, March 2, 1931, p. 2.
"FORMER SHERIFF HIERS DIES IN HOSPITAL HERE - Succumbs After Several Months' Illness - Luther M. Hiers, 54, sherrif of Hillsborough county from 1924 to 1928, died yesterday morning in the Tampa hospital after a long illness. He was brought back home Monday from Chicago, where he had been under treatment for several months. Mr. Hiers had lived here for about 20 years. His home was at 349 Plant avenue. He was chief of the county traffic department from 1921 to 1924, when he resigned to run for sherrif. Spanish War Veteran - Mr. Hiers was past state commander of the United Spanish War Veterans and a past president of the veterans' west coast council. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias Elks, Woodmen of the World, Moose and all Masonic bodies. He belonged to the First Christian Church. Rose Croix services will be conducted at the Scottish Rite cathedral tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, Spanish war veterans will have charge of services at the grave. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. List of Pallbearers - Active pallbearers, members of the Spanish war veterans, will be E. J. Weil, Franklin Heinrich, Ed Kane, Charles Green, John W. Sullivan and Hafford Jones. Honorary pallbearers will be Roy Booth of Clearwater, Roy McMasters, Frank Townsend, Pat Whitaker, J. C. O'Neal, Oscar Norton, Ben H. Hill, B. L. Blackburn, Vincent Sempreviva, Tom Whitaker, Henry E. Cowart and Mayor Chancey. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Frances M. Hiers; a daughter, Mrs. H. Dwight Freeman, and three sons, Webb Luther, Lloyd George and Oronha Floyd Hiers, all of Tampa; six sisters, Mrs. Henry Sharp of Sebring, Miss Mary Hiers of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Chris Baker of Miami, Mrs. Robert Kersh of Savannah, Ga., Mrs. Lee Drawdy of Walterboro, S. C., and Mrs. Jack Wells of Tampa, and four brothers, W. B. Hiers of Limona, W. H. Hiers of Tampa, McGrady Hiers of Savannah, and N. S. Hiers of Brunson, S. C." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, August 16, 1933.
"Hopewell Farmer Killed: Two Women Hurt in Car Crashes - A man was killed and two women were painfully injured yesterday in two automobile accidents caused by slippery pavements in and near Tampa. J. C. Hiers, 20-year-old Hopewell farmer, died in Cook's hospital here last night at 8 o'clock from internal injuries suffered shortly after noon as his car skidded off the Plant City road into a ditch a mile east of Seffner. Mrs. K. P. Carter, of the Crescent apartments and Mrs. W. R. Turner, of 1307 Morrison avenue were injured in a collision at Newport and Swann avenues yesterday afternoon. Both were thrown out and cut and bruised, but not seriously. Hiers was travelling toward Plant City when the rear wheels of his car skidded off the pavement, causing it to turn over twice and crash in a small ditch. He was thrown out as the car made its first turn and then was crushed as it rolled into the ditch. Attendants at the Dixie filling station, near where the accident happened, rushed across the road, and with some difficulty pulled him free. An ambulance was summoned and he was brought to Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, March 1, 1931, p. 1-1.
"MRS. VIOLA HAGGARD - LARGO, June 13 (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Viola Haggard, 69, of 203 Second Ave. SW, who came here 10 years ago from Centre, Ala., died today at her home. Survivors include two sons, Joe W. Mason, Clearwater, and Milton W. Mason, Largo; a daughter, Mrs. Horace Allen, Largo; and seven grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"HEARE INFANT - Funeral services for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Granville Heare, who died at the home, 1003 Thirty-second avenue, were held at the Tampa Memorial Park cemetery yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"HALL, JUDSON FARRELL (JUDE) - Funeral services for Judson Farrell (Jude) Hall, 43, of Inverness, who died Sunday, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the chapel of Porter Funeral Home. The Rev. Wayne Oeffler of the Inverness Baptist Church officiating, with military honors at the grave furnished by the veterans of Citrus County. Interment in Oak Ridge Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"HAMM, MRS. RUTH - Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Hamm, 36, of 2912 48th St., will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home, with The Rev. D. J. Abernathy, pastor of the Jackson Heights Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Orange Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"NORMAN G. HUMPHREY - BRADENTON, Oct. 11. - (By Staff Writer) - Norman G. Humphrey, who came here from Hartford, Conn., 18 years ago, died today. A native of Saratoga Springs, N. Y., he was formerly in charge of the claims department of the home office of the Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Beatrice R. Humphrey; and a brother, Elliott S. Humphrey, Phoenix, Ariz." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"THELMA INEZ HAWK, 75, of Tampa died Friday. A resident of the Bay area since 1952, she was a housewife and a member of the First Baptist Church of Sulphur Springs. She is survived by her son, John Hawk of Tampa; three daughters, Jean Curtis of Tampa, Evelyn Putnam of Dolton, Ill., and Dorothy Gizinski of St. Petersburg; two brothers, Walter Lee Smith of St. Petersburg and Cecil Smith of Shelvyville, Tenn.; three sisters, Mary Reed of St. Petersburg, Hortness Reese of Fayetville, Tenn. and Juanita Crouch of Detroit; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 13, 1981, page 11-B.
"CHESTER HIGHNOTE - Chester Highnote, three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Highnote, of Sarasota, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. Besides his father and mother he is survived by one sister, Cathryn, and one brother, Bobbie. The body will be sent to Richland, Ga., B. Marion Reed is in charge." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 28, 1927, p. 24
"MRS. ETHEL MAE HUNT - Mrs. Ethel Mae Hunt, 70, died at a local rest home Sunday morning. She was a resident of 6812 18th St., and had been a resident of Tampa for 31 years. She is survived by her husband, William R. Hunt, Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. B. L. Davis and Mrs. Emily Grace, both of Tampa, and Mrs. C. S. Leeky, Marathon; one son, McGee R. Hunt, Tampa, 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren." Also, funeral notice: "HUNT, ETHEL MAE - Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel Mae Hunt, 70, resident of 6812 18th St., who passed away at a local rest home, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. E. C. Abernathy, pastor of Riverside Baptist Church to officiate. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are Randy Davis, Fred Hunt, Billy Grace, Tommie Grace, Pat Whitaker, Jr., and Roger McKinney." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"HIERS - Labon B. Hiers, aged twenty-two, died Tuesday night at Fort Dade. The body will be brought to Tampa for interment. Funeral arrangements are in the hands of B. Marion Reed, and are not yet completed. The body upon arrival will be taken to the home of his grandfather, S. P. Strickland, No. 1002 Nineteenth avenue. He was the son of Jessie Hiers of Tampa, and besides his father is survived by three sisters, the Misses Ethel and Mamie Hiers and Mrs. Alma Coffin. Young Hiers was among the selects who left Tampa two weeks ago for Fort Dade." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, November 7, 1918.
"JESSIE HANSON - Jessie Hanson, 81, Tampa, died Wednesday. A native of Maine, he had lived in the Tampa Bay Area since 1968. He has no survivors." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, May 19, 1972, p. 23-A.
"HIRES - Miss Alvarena Hires, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hires, died yesterday afternoon at a local hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon from the undertaking parlors of the F. T. Blount undertaking Company, Rev. C. O. Woodward officiating. Interment will be made in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers will be A. B. Stewart, Franklin Heinrich, B. R. Edenfield, E. G. Hires." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 28, 1919.
"HALCOM - Mrs. Hattie Halcom, aged about forty years, died yesterday morning at 10:20 o'clock at her residence in Port Tampa City, following a lingering illness. Besides her husband she is survived by one son, Edger Halcom, her mother, Mrs. Mary E. Burge of Franklin, Tenn., two sisters, Mrs. Kirk of Nashville, Mrs. J. B. Allen of Jacksonville and one brother, who is in the army. Funeral arrangements are pending word from relatives. Undertaker J. L. Reed has charge of the body." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, February 15, 1918.
"HARTSFIELD INFANT - The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hartsfield of 2606 Corrinne St. died Tuesday. Other survivors include three brothers, Johnny, Robert and Steve Hartsfield, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 22, 1969, p. A23.
"ARTHUR D. HICKS - Funeral services for Arthur D. Hicks, 18, of 5915 Tampa street, were held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the chapel of Mortician F. T. Blount, wiht Rev. R. L. Allen of the Seminole Heights Methodist church officiating. Interment was in Sutherland cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, March 13, 1927.
"WILLIAM HARWELL, 77, of Tampa died Monday. He was a 20-year resident of the area and a retired cab driver. He is survived by two sisters, Grace Word and Lydia Payne, both of Scottsboro, Ala. C.E. Prevatt Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"HELEN P. HELTON, 70, of Brandon died Tuesday. She was a three-year resident of the area, coming from Fort Myers. She was a housewife and member of the First Baptist Church of Brandon. She is survived by her husband, Carl; five sons, Carl Dean, Paul William and Raymond Harold, all of St. Louis, Robert Keith of Tampa, and Ralph Eugene of Montgomery, Ala.; one daughter, Shirley Ann Godwin of Tampa; one brother, Claude Wayne Harris of Decatur, Ill.; two sisters, Maude Burris of Decatur, Ill., and Rose Marie Yates of Tracy, Calif.; and 10 grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"SOLON B. HAGLER - Funeral services for Solon B. Hagler, who died Wednesday, were held yesterday. Burial was in Curlew cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 31, 1930, p. 1-2.
"MRS. ROBBIE ETNA HERMAN - Mrs. Robbie Etna Herman, 43, a resident of Charleston, S. C., died in that city Friday morning. She had been a resident of Charleston for the past 14 years, was an active member of the Cherokee Place Methodist Church and the board of the church. She was a past president of the Women's Missionary Society of Christian service and a Charleston district officer. Active in parent-teacher association work for many years, she was a past president of Ben Tillman PTA, served on the state board for seven years and was currently secretary of the state PTA Congress. She is survived by her husband, Carl E. Herman of Charleston; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Barker of Tampa; two sons, Robert and Larry Herman of Charleston; a sister, Mrs. F. M. Pierce of Pierce, Fla.; four brothers, P. J. Barker of Margarita, Canal Zone; Capt. H. C. Barker with the Marine Corps in Quantico, Va.; Rudolph Barker of Richmond, Va., and Nelson Barker of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 17, 1954, p. 8-A.
"EVALINE V. HILL, 78, of Orange Park died Tuesday. She was a former resident of Tampa and a housewife. She was a member of the Moose Lodge of Grand Rapids, Mich. She is survived by one son, George E. of Tampa; daughters, Marion Fleming of Dubose, Pa., Alice Grienke of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Doris Crum of Tampa; 17 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Duval Funeral Home, Northside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"MRS. MARY M. HUNTER - ST. PETERSBURG (Special) - Mrs. Mary Margaret Hunter, 6535 Second Ave. S., died Friday. A native of Philadelphia, Pa., she moved here 11 years ago from Norfolk, Va. She was a Catholic. Survivors include her husband, Charles A. Hunter, and a sister, Mrs. Frank Crispo, St. Petersburg Beach." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, June 19, 1962, p. 2-A.
"INFANT DIES - James Holden, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Holden, of 111 South Westland, died in a local hospital Saturday morning. Besides the parents, he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Holden of Rockmart, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lair of Tallahassee." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"MRS. CATHERINE HOKAMP - Mrs. Catherine Hokamp, 50, of 8412 Suwanee avenue, died yesterday in a hospital. Funeral arrangements have not been completed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, July 22, 1930.
"J. H. HILTON, SR. - J. H. Hilton, sr., of 917 Shadowlawn avenu, died Sept. 2 at the home of his son, W. N. Hilton, Bainbridge, Ga. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Ola Hilton; a sister, Mrs. Bell Smallwood, and three sons, C. H. and J. H. Hilton, jr., of Tampa, and W. N. Hilton of Bainbridge." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 6, 1936.
"HARANG, BENNIE LUCIAN - Funeral services for Mr. Bennie Lucian Harang, 52, resident of 312 Baily St., who passed away in a local hospital Saturday, will be held Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Rosary services will be held Monday night at 8 P.M. at Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Trinita Harang." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"HAMILTON, HARRIET OLIVER - Funeral services for Mrs. Harriet Oliver Hamilton, 91, resident of 5710 Branch Ave., and Peru, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. T. D. Lide, pastor of the Seminole Heights Baptist Church, to officiate, interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: R. E. Geiger, L. S. Todd, H. C. Creighton, William D. Smith, W. M. Harkness, Jr., K. L. Waggoner." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"MRS. CATHERINE HALBROOK - Mrs. Catherine Halbrook, 86, 413 South DeSoto St., Port Tampa City, died at a hospital Thursday. She is survived by two sons, Lawrence L. Halbrook and George J. Halbrook, Port Tampa City; three sisters, Mrs. Effie Corey, Mrs. Esther Warren, Port Tampa City, and Mrs. Clara Anderson, Chicago, Ill., and three granddaughters. She was a native of Pottstown, Pa., and a resident of Hillsborough County 55 years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"HOLLYWOOD, JENNIE MAY - Memorial services for Mrs. Jennie May Hollywood, 71, of 8104 9th St., will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the CHAPEL OF THE JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME, 6900 NEBRASKA AVE., AT SLIGH. Rev. R. E. Williams, pastor of the West Gate Baptist Church will officiate. Mrs. Hollywood will then be sent to the Jennings Lyons Funeral Home, Owosso, Michigan for funeral services and interment at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"HARMON - Elma Harmon, 80, resident of Tampa for 60 years passed away Saturday. Graveside services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. from Garden of Memories Cemetery, with Rev. Richard Kilpatrick, pastor of First Baptist Church of Brandon, officiating. Mrs. Harmon is survived by her mother: Mrs. Helen Lamb; one son: Roy Harmon; one sister: Mrs. Mabel Lewis, all of Tampa; 5 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; Visitation will be Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Arrangements in charge of: BOWES FUNERAL HOME 3023 BUSCH BLVD." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1976.
"HALL, EMMETT A. - Emmett A. Hall passed away yesterday at Bay Pines Hospital. He is survived by one son, Emmett A. Hall, Jr.; two daughters, Mrs. D. L. Carson, of Jacksonville, and Erma Hall, of Tampa; two brothers, Joe B. Hall, of Tampa, and Henry Hall, of Seguin, Tex. Burial at Bay Pines Hospital at 2 o'clock." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"HAM - The body of M. A. Ham, aged sixty years, who died at his residence, No. 2112 Highland Avenue, Sunday morning, following a lingering illness, was prepared for shipment and the funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the parlors of J. L. Reed. Rev. C. O. Woodward, assisted by the Woodmen and Odd Fellows, conducted the services. Besides his wife, who was on her way to Tampa when her husband's end came, the deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. E. M. Hix of Statesville, N. C., Miss Olive Ham of Dandridge, and two sons. The body will be shipped Wednesday at noon to Statesville, N. C." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 9, 1917.
"HAMNER - Dr. George Pinkard Hamner, 99, father of Mrs. I. Clay Thompson of Tampa, passed away Tuesday in Bay Pines Hospital. He was sent to Sheffield Funeral Home, Lovingston, Va., Saturday. Dr. Hamner was one of three surviving Rough Riders serving with Colonel Theodore Roosevelt in Cuba during the Spanish-American war. He also served as a Major in the Medical Corps during WWI. Born May 23, 1873, son of the late William A. and Sarah Shepard Hamner at Faber, Va., he married Blanche Stevens Hamner of Lovingston on June 29, 1907. Graduated from University of Virginia Medical School in 1903, and practiced medicine in Nelson County and Lynchburg, Va., before moving to Florida in 1928. He was a resident and practiced medicine in Hollywood, Fla., for more than 30 years, retiring in 1963 after 60 years of active practice. He was Elder Emeritus of the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood; a mason; member of the American Legion, and served as vice president of the Rough Riders Association. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Herbert Delk, Lovingston, Va., Mrs. I. Clay Thompson, Tampa and Miss Jean Hamner, Miami, Fla.; six grandchildren and five great grandsons. The family requests that flowers please be omitted, but friends who wish may make memorial gifts to the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, Fla. B. MARION REED FUNERAL HOME 258 Plant Ave." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"JAMES MOSES HENDRIX - James Moses Hendrix, 73, of Brandon, died Tuesday at a hospital. Besides his widow, he is survived by two daugters, Mrs. Minnie Prevatte, of Wimauma, and Mrs. Jeanette Parker, of Plant City; a son, Burton Hendrix, of Everglades City; a brother, Lee Hendrix, of Lithia, and a sister, Mrs. Lucy Snead, of Dallas, Texas." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 25, 1937, p. 2.
"HIRES - Ruth Hires, three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hires, was buried yesterday afternoon in Brandon Cemetery under the directions of Undertaker B. Marion Reed. The little girl died yesterday morning at her parents' residence, Twenty-sixth street and Twenty-second avenue, following a short illness." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, February 15, 1918.
"HANSON, SGT. HENRY - Sgt. Henry Hanson, 57, of 1324 Franklin Street, passed away in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10:00 o'clock at the graveside in American Legion Cemetery with Chaplain Joseph D. Andrew of MacDill Air Force Base officiating. He is survived by a brother, Albert Hanson, of Fargo, North Dakota. Arrangements by F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"HARKNESS - James A. Harkness, Sr., aged seventy-one years, died at his residence, No. 203 Florabraska Avenue, yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock following an illness of three weeks. The deceased was born in Jackson, Ga., on April 23, 1845. He spent the entire four years of the Civil War in the Confederate Army, enlisting at the age of sixteen. After the war he moved to Texas and spent a number of years on the Texas frontier. In the pioneer days of 1876 he moved to Florida and settled in Lake County, where he was engaged in the orange business until 1903, when he came to Tampa. Since that time he has been first assistant jailer and later in charge of the county prisoners at the stockade. Besides his wife he is survived by the following sons and daughters: Dr. J. F. Harkness, druggist; Willis M. Harkness, connected with the offices of the Havana-American Cigar Company; Wilbur E. Harkness of the Mallory Line; Capt. R. C. Harkness of Newark, N. J.; Harold F. Harkness, railroad agent, Center Hill; James A. Harkness, Jr., of Marce; Mrs. Carrie Barfield, of Griffin, Ga.; and Miss Helen Harkness of Tampa. Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the residence at 2 o'clock with Rev. W. M. Cooper officiating. The interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery under the directions of J. L. Reed. The local camp of the Confederate Veterans will attend the funeral. Following is a list of the pall-bearers: Judge C. E. Harrison, P. F. Crary, J. T. Warren, R. C. Jackson, P. A. Larche and H. L. Powell. - NOTICE - Members of Loring Camp are requested to meet at J. L. Reed's undertaking establishment at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late comrade, J. A. Harkness, Sr. By Order, DONALD S. M'KAY" Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 9, 1917.
"JACOB S. HARLEY - SEBRING, Jan. 26 - (Special) - Jacob S. Harley, 80, retired professor of Elizabethtown (Pa.) College, who had lived here 11 years, died last night." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"ALBERT SIDNEY HARRELL - Funeral services for Albert Sidney Harrell, who died Monday afternoon at his residence. 2305 Central Avenue, were held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at the funeral home of F. T. Blount. Rev. H. G. Robert of Tampa Heights Methodist Church conducted the services. Interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. F. T. Blount, mortician, was in charge." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, October 8, 1925.
"HARRISON, MRS. MINNIE M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie M. Harrison, 78, resident of 802 N. "B" St., who passed away Sunday, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home with Rev. Kenneth L. Tucker of the North Rome Baptist Church, to officiate. Interment in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers: Adam Jabionsky, C. D. Stringer, James Grau, Murray Grau, George Formby, Willie D. Atkins, and Eugene Nelson." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"WILLIAM P. HARRIS - LAKELAND, Jan. 26 - (Special) - William Porter Harris, 53, a rural mail carrier and a lifelong resident of Polk County, died at his home here yesterday." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"HEACOCK, BRUCE WILLIAM - Funeral services for Bruce William Heacock, 55, who died Saturday night in a Brooksville hospital will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Blanton Methodist Church with The Rev. James Thompson officiating, assisted by the Rev. Herb Burnette after which the American Legion, Gordon M. Crothers Post No. 15 will have charge. He was born in Blanton, a member of the Methodist Church, and lived there all his life. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Bernice Heacock; mother, Mrs. F. Heacock; one sister, Mrs. E. P. McGeachy, al of Blanton, and one niece, Mrs. Dorothy Maxon, of Tampa. Pallbearers, all first cousins, will be Frank Childers, Donnie Blocker, Norman Blocker, Herman Ansley, Kenneth Ansley, and Clinton Ansley." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"MRS. OLLIE B. HUTTO - PLANT CITY, Oct. 10 - (Special) - Mrs. Ollie B. Hutto, of Route 1, Plant City, a life long resident of Hillsborough County, died in a Lakeland hospital Sunday after a short illness. She is survived by four daughters, Miss Ruby Hutto, Tampa; Mrs. Ruth Stern, Houston, Texas; Miss Lois Hutto, Atlantic City, N. J.; Mrs. Emma Reis, Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Ida Murphy, Vicksburg, Miss.; three sons, Elvin Hutto, Detroit, Mich.; Doyl Hutto, Tallahassee, and Ray Hutto, Clewiston; a brother, G. E. Wetherington, Turkey Creek." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"HEADLEY - Mrs. Marie W. Headley, 65, of 309 West Curtis Street, Tampa, passed away Monday. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 11:30 from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Richard R. Avis of the Central Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, officiating. Active pallbearers will be Herbert Law, Thomas Gilbert, Edward Vaughn, Walter Roberts, Carl Martin and Ernest Hernandez. Honorary pallbearers will be Marion MacNorrill and Phillip Rosseter. Interment will be in Garden of Memories." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"FRANK HIERS - Frank Hiers, 61, of 8009 Downing Circle, has died. A native of Colquitt County, Ga., he had lived in Tampa 14 years. He was a member of Sarada Baptist Church. He is survived by one son, James T. Hiers and one daughter, Ablie Jean Cornelius, Tampa, three sisters, Leila Brooks, Della Striplin and Sally Asbell, Georgia, and three brothers, Lance abd Claud Hiers, Georgia, and James O. Hiers, California." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"DUNCAN H. HUNTER - Funeral services for Duncan H. Hunter, 50, of 1338 Cordelia avenue, were held yesterday morning at 9 o'clock from the chapel of Mortician F. T. Blount. Rev. H. F. Tolle of the First Methodist church officiated. Interment was made in the Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, January 12, 1927, p. 20.
"HULL - News has reached Tampa of the death of David Crockett Hull, which occurred in Preston Orient, Cuba, November 25. Mr. Hull is a Floridian, living most of his life in Sumterville, where was the owner of one of the largest truck farms in that county. Later he moved to Atlanta, where he engaged in the mercantile business. During the year 1908, the Hulls moved to Preston Orient, Cuba, and he became associated with one of the island's largest sugarmills. He is survived by two daughters and two sons, who were at his bedside during his illness and death." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 4, 1914, p. B1.
"HANDKERTZ - The body of George Handkertz will arrive tonight from Gasparilla, according to a telegram received by J. L. Reed. Details and funeral arrangements will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 3, 1920, p. B6.
"WAUCHULA WOMAN IS STRUCK AND KILLED BY HIT-RUN DRIVER - WAUCHULA, Aug. 23 - (Special) - Miss Emily Henderson, 60, was killed here tonight by a hit-and-run driver, whose car struck her as she was crossing the highway near her home, two miles north of Wauchula. The car that struck her is thought to have been a 1931 model, green Chevrolet coach, an according to witnesses was going 50 miles an hour north on the highway toward Bowling Green, but may have turned off the highway toward Parrish. The body of Miss Henderson was badly mangled. A coroner's jury was empaneled, but has not yet completed its investigation. Miss Henderson is survived by a sister, Mrs. W. P. Gunter, with whom she had resided several years, and a brother, John Henderson, of Cullman, Ala. Funeral arrangements have not been completed, but the body will be buried here." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 24, 1934.
"Funeral services for Engineer J. E. Hicks was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the residence at Port Tampa, Dr. Hyman assisted by Dr. R. J. Blackmon, conducted the services, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers had charge of the services by the grave. Pallbearers were selected from members of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers. F. T. Blount, mortician was in charge. Interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 13, 1925.
"HICKS, TONY - Funeral services for Tony Hicks, 73, of 3607 N. Lisbon, a World War I veteran, and commercial fisherman in Tampa for 35 years, will be held Thursday at 2 P.M. from the A. P. Boza chapel. Interment in American Legion Cemetery with MacDill Field furnishing military honors." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"MRS. GERTRUDE A. HILL - Mrs. Gertrude A. Hill, 48, 8410 Ashley St., died Saturday morning at a Tampa hospital. A native of Brownville, Maine, she had lived in Tampa four years. She was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Survivors include her husband, Raymond G. Hill; three sons, Raymond F. Hill, George F. Hill and Charles E. Hill, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, January 27, 1963.
"HOPKINS - Funeral services for Thomas J. Hopkins, aged forty-eight, who died Sunday night at his residence, No. 908 Tampa street, will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from Sacred Heart church. He is survived by his wife and three sisters. Undertaker B. Marion Reed is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1920.
"HILL, MRS. ROSA ANNIE - Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa Annie Hill, 79, resident of 3802 1st St., Ballast Point, who passed away Wednesday morning at a Tampa hospital, will be held Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Cremation to follow." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"MRS. EUDORA HOPSON - Mrs. Eudora Diamond Hopson, 82, of 5908 50th St., died Sunday at her home. A native of Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. Hopson had lived in Tampa for the last 31 years. Survivors include six sisters, Mrs. G. T. Dolling of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Annie Ruth Tomisson of Jacksonville, Miss Bertha Simms and Mrs. Lydia Marsh of Orlando, Mrs. Mary Diamond of Tampa, and Mrs. Jewell Branch of Valdosta, and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Hopson was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"WILLIAM P. HENDERSON - William P. Henderson, 53, died at a local hospital last night after an illness of more than three weeks. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount, mortician, with interment in Woodlawn cemetery. Mr. Henderson is survived by his mother and a sister, Miss Eliza J. Henderson, both of Toronto, Canada." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"HOTCHKISS, VIRGIL GEORGE - Funeral services for Virgil George Hotchkiss, 42, resident of 4818 North Grady, who passed away Tuesday night at a Tampa hospital, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. Fred Hornshoe, pastor of the Little Chapel, to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"JOHN F. HOWARD - John F. Howard, 71, 1408 1/2 DeSota Ave., died yesterday. A native of Warwick, N.Y., he had lived in Tampa for the past 47 years. He was a veteran of World War I, and is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nona Sewell Howard; a daughter, Mrs. W. A. Surline, Rawlins, Wyo.; and a sister, Mrs. Sadie Ballance, New York City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"A. B. Hullinger, Bradenton Resident 25 Years, Dies - BRADENTON, March 17. - (Special) - A. B. Hullinger, 56, head of the Hullinger music store, died at the family residence yesterday. He had been a resident here for the last 25 years. Besides his wife, he is survived by a brother, T. W. Hullinger, of Bradenton, and seven grandchildren, Mrs. W. B. Lyle, of Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Dix Arnold, of Ocala; Misses Christine and Dorothy Hullinger, and Victor, A. B., jr., and John Hullinger, at home. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Turner chapel, the Rev. H. C. Hardin, of the Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in the Manasota cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were O. D. Groff, W. U. Lathrop, O. W. Shelton, G. E. Miller, F. E. Sharp and Mr. Burris. Active pallbearers were Ralph and James Anderson, Chris Bachler, Mr. Walker, Claud Hebb and Miller Willis." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"HERRON, HOWARD F. - Howard F. Herron, age 35, of 4210 W. Buffalo, passed away Saturday in a local hospital. The remains were shipped to Jasper, Ala. c/o Legg Funeral Home for services and interment. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Virginia Herron, Tampa; a son, Clyde Herron, Tampa, and his parents of Cardova, Ala. Local arrangements by F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"ALBERT HURST - Funeral services for Albert Hurst, 52, of 3305 Hillsborough avenue, who died Sunday afternoon at the home, will be held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the Belmont Heights Baptist church with the Rev. J. S. Wilson of Seminole Heights Baptist church conducting the service. Burial will be in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"HARKNESS - James A. Harkness, Sr., aged seventy-one years, died at his residence, No. 203 Florabraska Avenue, yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock following an illness of three weeks. The deceased was born in Jackson, Ga., on April 23, 1845. He spent the entire four years of the Civil War in the Confederate Army, enlisting at the age of sixteen. After the war he moved to Texas and spent a number of years on the Texas frontier. In the pioneer days of 1876 he moved to Florida and settled in Lake County, where he was engaged in the orange business until 1903, when he came to Tampa. Since that time he has been first assistant jailer and later in charge of the county prisoners at the stockade. Besides his wife he is survived by the following sons and daughters: Dr. J. F. Harkness, druggist; Willis M. Harkness, connected with the offices of the Havana-American Cigar Company; Wilbur E. Harkness of the Mallory Line; Capt. R. C. Harkness of Newark, N. J.; Harold F. Harkness, railroad agent, Center Hill; James A. Harkness, Jr., of Marce; Mrs. Carrie Barfield, of Griffin, Ga.; and Miss Helen Harkness of Tampa. Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the residence at 2 o'clock with Rev. W. M. Cooper officiating. The interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery under the directions of J. L. Reed. The local camp of the Confederate Veterans will attend the funeral. Following is a list of the pall-bearers: Judge C. E. Harrison, P. F. Crary, J. T. Warren, R. C. Jackson, P. A. Larche and H. L. Powell. NOTICE - Members of Loring Camp are requested to meet at J. L. Reed's undertaking establishment at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late comrade, J. A. Harkness, Sr. By Order, DONALD S. M'KAY" Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 9, 1917.
"HERNANDEZ - Annie May Hernandez, the eleven-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Hernandez, No. 1019 Chestnut street, West Tampa, died yesterday morning at the family residence and the funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock under the direction of F. T. Blount." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, November 7, 1918.
"HAM - The body of M. A. Ham, aged sixty years, who died at his residence, No. 2112 Highland Avenue, Sunday morning, following a lingering illness, was prepared for shipment and the funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the parlors of J. L. Reed. Rev. C. O. Woodward, assisted by the Woodmen and Odd Fellows, conducted the services. Besides his wife, who was on her way to Tampa when her husband's end came, the deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. E. M. Hix of Statesville, N. C., Miss Olive Ham of Dandridge, and two sons. The body will be shipped Wednesday at noon to Statesville, N. C." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 9, 1917.
"HARDIN - The remains of T. E. Hardin will be shipped today for his former home in Atlanta, Ga., for interment by Undertaker M. R. Gooding, and will be accompanied by Mrs. Hardin. The funeral services will be in charge of the Masons." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 11, 1915.
"GRACE LUCILE HIRES - Grace Lucile Hires, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hires, 108 Louisiana avenue died yesterday morning at the residence. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the home. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 13, 1927.
"RALPH LEWIS HARRELL - Word has been received here of the death in Detroit, Dec. 10, of Ralph Lewis Harrell, 2 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harrell, jr. The child's father formerly resided in Tampa and was a graduate of George Washington junior high school in 1916, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harrell, sr., reside in Belleview." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 14, 1929.
"A. P. HOLLINGSWORTH - ARCADIA, Oct. 12 - (Special) - Albert P. Hollingsworth, Sr., 74, of this city, died this afternoon at a local hospital. He was a member of one of the pioneer families of DeSoto County. Born at Fort Bassinger, he lived the largest part of his life in Arcadia. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Jimmie S. Hollingsworth; a daughter, Mrs. Henry Lanier; a son, A. P. Hollingsworth, Jr.; five grandchildren; three brothers, L. Hollingsworth, Sr., T. E. Hollingsworth and B. W. Hollingsworth, all of Arcadia." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"MRS. MARTHA H. HIRES - WINTER HAVEN, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Mrs. Martha H. Hires, 80, died last night at her home in Eloise. She was a native of Colquitt, Ga., and had been a resident of Eloise since 1943." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"HADDOCK, Maude W., 100, of Lake Placid, died Tuesday. Scott Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"HYER - Walter Ralph Hyer, 75, resident of Tampa for 36 years, passed away Saturday. Graveside funeral services will be held Wednesday 11:30 a.m. at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Those attending the services are requested to please meet at the cemetery. He is survived by his wife Eugenia (Nene) Hyer, sons and daughters-in-law Walter Payne and Mary Rhyne Hyer, Archer, Fla. and Ralph James and Katherine Myers Hyer of Tampa, sisters: Aretha Halsey, Charleston, S.C., Betty Blitch, Sullivans Island, S.C. and Jeanne Ginaris, Greensboro, N.C., grandsons: Aiek Rhyne Hyer, Courtland Ralph and Chase Mahon Hyer. MARSICANO" Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"HIRES, CHARLEY - Funeral services for Charley Hires, 59, of 402 Pierce st., who died yesterday morning at a local hospital, will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the West Thonotosassa Baptist church, the Rev. John H. Rich, the pastor, officiating. Interment in Antioch cemetery. Active pallbearers: Herman Green, Charlie Crossen, James Crossen, Ellis Freman, Joe Morton and Mr. Bowen. Honorary: Brother J. J. Jones, Brother B. T. Freeman, the Rev. Eugene Jackson, the Rev. J. Earl Tharp, the Rev. Will Cooper and the Rev. Joe Devane. The pallbearers are requested to meet at the church at 9:45 o'clock. Arrangements in charge of F. T. Blount." Also, "CHARLEY HIRES - Charley Hires, 59, of 402 Pierce st., died yesterday at a hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Effie A. Hires; a step-daughter, Mrs. W. T. Veness, of Palmetto; three step-sons, Emory Patrick, of Dade City, Adrian Patrick of Key West, and Bud Patrick of Daytona Beach; his father, Phillip Hires, of Hahira, Ga.; a brother, John Hires of Miami; and five sisters, Mrs. Mary Futch, of Hahira, and Mrs. Miza Stoddard, Mrs. George Wilkes, Mrs. Julia Payne, and Mrs. Kate Payne, all of Cocoanut Grove. He was a member of the West Thonotosassa Baptist church." Both published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"HIRES, JOSEPH LEE - Funeral services for Joseph Lee Hires, of the Antioch section, who passed away in a Tampa hospital Thursday, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the East Thonotosassa Landmark Baptist Church. The Rev. Olin W. Hall and The Rev. Harry C. Devane will officiate. Interment in Antioch Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lacy Hires; daughters, Mrs. Florence Duren, Dover; Mrs. Wilma Sapp, Plant City, and Mrs. Edith Forlkerta, Arabia; stepdaughter, Miss Patricia Shelley, Dover; sons, Melvin Hires, Folkston, Ga., and Allen Hires, Jacksonville; stepson, Malcolm Shelley, Dover; sisters, Mrs. Rhoda Peacock, Tampa, and Mrs. Mattie Williams, Fort Myers; brothers, Alto Hires, LaBelle, and Ancle Hires, Norfolk, Va.; 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The remains will lie in state at the chapel of Wells Funeral Home until 2 o'clock Friday. The grandsons will serve as pallbearers and meet at the residence at 2:30 o'clock." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"HILL, RALPH - Funeral services for Mr. Ralph Hill, 65, of 110 Plant Ave., and 802 Zack St., will be held Saturday at 10 A. M. from the A.P. Boza Chapel. Interment in Colon Cemetery. Mr. Hill is survived by a sister, Mrs. G. L. Weeks of Boston, Mass." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"TOM HIRES - Tom Hires, 48, of 708 E. Louisiana ave., died yesterday at Bay Pines Veterans hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Wilda Hires; a son, Tommy Hires, jr., and two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Morton, and Miss Edna Hires, of Tampa; his mother, Mrs. Richard Hires of Lake Thonotosassa; three brothers, Eric, Carnie and Howell Hires of Tampa; four sisters, Mrs. Virginia Voss, of Tampa; Mrs. Albert Pless, of Tampa; Mrs. Ludie Mathews, of Lake Thonotosassa and Mrs. Mimmie Sherrick of Tampa. Mr. Hires was a native of Hillsborough county, and a member of the American Legion. For the last three years he was employed at the Tampa Ship-building company, as a welder." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"W. C. HUGHES - W. C. Hughes, Shreveport, La., father of Mrs. I. A. Dowdell, jr., of Wimauma, was killed Friday in Shreveport as he came into contact with an electric power line. Mrs. Dowdell left for Shreveport Friday night to attend funeral services which will be held tomorrow." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 31, 1930, p. 1-2.
"HICKS, JAMES EDGAR - Funeral services for James Edgar Hicks, 36, who died Monday at his residence, 408 S. Newport, will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the Joe L. Reed home, Bayshore and Plant Ave. Survivors: His wife, Mrs. Olive Hicks; two daughters, Jane Dale and Ann Wallace Hicks; one son, James Hicks, jr; three sisters, Mrs. W. R. Weems, West Point, Miss.; Mrs. W. M. Miller, and Miss Willie Hicks, Knoxville, Tenn.; one brother, C. H. Hicks, St. Petersburg. Active pallbearers: H. A. Almand, J. P. Beasley, J. B. Jones, J. Lawrence Perry, H. A. Ballinger, C. W. Pickle. Honorary: C. W. Clewis, H. E. Goodroe, Fowler Childress, Billie Henderson, H. A. Hargus, Frank Hunt, T. L. Walker, J. C. Henry, Rev. Carlock Hawk will officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 6, 1939, p. 2.
"KATHRYN KENNEDY HAGAN, 88, of Tampa died Thursday at Palm Garden of Tampa. A native of Asheville, N.C., she moved to Tampa from Miami in 1980. She was a homemaker and a member of Cornerstone Presbyterian Church. She is survived by a daughter, Carol J. Sieradzan of Tampa, and two grandchildren. Marsicano-B. Marion Reed-Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"HARWELL - Mrs. Addie A. Harwell, 89, of 7712 Riverview Dr., Gibsonton, died Thursday. A native of Forsythe County, Ga., she had resided in Hillsborough County for the past forty five years and was a member of the Gibsonton United Methodist Church. Survivors include her sons, George L. and Edwin H. Harwell of Gibsonton, Paul L. Harwell of Albany, Ga. & Douglass K. Harwell of Lakeland; twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from the Gibsonton United Methodist Church, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. Guy Spriggs, Methodist minister officiating, assisted by Rev. Wesley Price pastor of the Gibsonton United Methodist Church. Interment will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery, Plant City. Her grandsons and nephews will serve as pallbearers. Mrs. Harwell will lie in state at the church from Noon Saturday until time of Service. The family will receive friends at Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, 6718 N. Armenia Ave., this evening from 7 to 9. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, September 28, 1973, p. D11.
"EMIL M. HERRON, 72, of Thonotosassa died Monday at home. A native of Hamilton, Ohio, he moved to Thonotosassa from Richmond, Va., in 1973. He was a carpenter for a construction company, a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, and a Christian. He is survived by his wife, Nancy; three sons, Jeff of Thonotosassa, Dan of Tennessee and Hazen of Charlottesville, Va.; three daughters, Cora Daugharty and Nancy Patrick, both of Tampa, and Patricia of Maryland; two brothers, Jacob of Colorado and Fred of Utah; a sister, Juanita Boyette of Brandon; and eight grandchildren. Suncoast Cremation Society." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"JESSE RALPH HIRES - Jesse Ralph Hires, 71, of 3410 Lake avenue, died last night at a Tampa hospital. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Alma Holt and Mrs. Ethel Reynolds, Zephyrhills, and Mrs. Amy Reynolds, Tampa; six brothers, Henry, Richard, and Joe Hires, Lake Thonotosassa, Ansel Hires, Norfolk Va., Alto and Solomon Hires, Fort Myers; two sisters, Mrs. Mattie Williams, Fort Myers, and Mrs. Rhoda Peacock, Tampa, and 12 grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 26, 1940, p. 2.
"SYLVESTER O. HARRISON - BARTOW, June 25. - (Special) - Sylvester O. Harrison, 26, died in a hospital here today. He underwent an emergency operation three weeks ago. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Harrison; a brother, Robert, and three sisters, Louise, Doris and Melba, all of Bartow." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 26, 1940, p. 2.
"HARLEY HOOVER - BRADENTON, Jan. 31. - (Special) - Harley Hoover, 65, winter visitor from Columbus, Ohio, died suddenly here last night. Survivors include his widow and three sisters, including Mrs. Anna Boyer, Bradenton." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"JAMES H. HANSEL - KISSIMMEE, Jan. 31. - (Special) - James Henry Hansel, 83, a prominent pioneer settler and cattleman, died at his home here today. Survivors include his widow; four daughters, Mrs. Mayme Padgett, Mrs. John Bronson and Mrs. George Bishop, Kissimmee; and Mrs. Lithia Durham, Fort Pierce, and two sons, Henry and Everett Hansel, Fort Pierce." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"HIERS, MRS. ELIZABETH - Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Hiers, who died at her home in Brooksville Thursday, will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Brooksville cemetery, with the Rev. Rogers, of the Brooksville Methodist church, officiating. She is survived by niece, Mrs. Gladys Klepinger, Dayton, Ohio. Arrangements in charge of B. Marion Reed, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"RICHARD P. HIRES - Richard P. Hires, 77, pioneer Hillsborough citrus grower and a resident of the Lake Thonotosassa region for 50 years, died yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his home after an illness of four months. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Jeanie Lou Kirtland Hires, and eight children, Mrs. E. L. Sherrick, jr., of New York; Tom Hires, Mrs. Ralph Voss, Eric Hires, Howell Hires, Mrs. Albert Pless, Mrs. F. M. Mathews and Carnie Hires, all of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"Negro Woman's Death Ends Tampa Auto Safety Stretch - A Negro woman, Queen Esther Hires, 60, of 1516 Cleveland ave., was killed by an automobile at Platt and Orleans avenues last night, bringing to an end Tampa's longest stretch without a traffic death. Her death was the first in 126 days inside Tampa's city limits and police described it as the best such record Tampa has had since advent of the automobile. Previous longest stretch without a death was 110 days in 1936. The accident happened at 7:45 o'clock and the woman, employed as a cook by D. B. McKay, former mayor, was dragged 42 feet, police said. She was instantly killed. Police arrested Harold Vaughin Southall, 23, of 609 Horatto st., driver of the car and charged him with manslaughter. Cycle Rider Badly Hurt - In another serious accident last night, Homer Snyder, 16, of 8618 Ashley st., riding a bicycle, suffered a possible fractured skull, broken left arm and bruises about the head and body when hit by an automobile at Waters ave. and Tampa st. Edwin Harmon Morrow, 62, of Sulphur Springs, was docketed by county officers as driver of the car. Tampa hospital attendants said Snyder's condition was serious." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, October 1, 1941.

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"CRESSIDA D. IMSCHWEILER, infant daughter of Robin and Davida Imschweiler, of Tampa, died Aug. 8 of natural causes. In addition to her parents, she is also survived by paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Imschweiler of Tampa; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hopkins of Oklahoma City, Okla. Roel and Curry Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"ELSIE ISSEL, 81, of Tampa died Wednesday. She had lived in the Bay area for 30 years and was a houswife. She was a member of the Faith Lutheran Church. She is survived by one daughter, Elsie M. of Tampa; one sister, Marie Wekerie of New Port Richey; and several nieces and nephews. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 19, 1980, p. D15.
"IPPOLITO - TAMPA - Funeral services for Mr. Ignazio (Nash) Ippolito, age 68, of 2717 Nassau St., will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from the A. P. Boza Riverside Chapel with interment to follow in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Annie (Belluccio) Ippolito; one son, Frank B. Ippolito; one daughter, Betty Jane Alfono; three brothers, Joe and Jack V. Ippolito of Tampa, and Frank Ippolito of New Jersey, and two grandchildren, Aaron Alfano and Brenda Jackson. Pallbearers: Euguen Alfano, Joe Ippolito, Jack Ippolito, Jr., Sam Collura, Steve Cona, and Tony Belluccio Jr. Honorary: Frank Belluccio, Sam Palmeri, Ernest Urso and Frank Ippolito. Mr. Ippolito was a retired school custodian, and also worked for the City of Tampa many years. The family will receive friends Sunday 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the chapel and the rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL 3809 N. Armenia Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"IORLANO, Gerardo M., 91, of Spring Hill, died Sunday. Wellwood Funeral Home, Hudson." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"IVEY -Miss Clifford Ivey, the fourteen-year-old daughter of Mrs. J. W. Ivey, died yesterday at her residence, No. 110 South Edison avenue. The remains are being prepared and will be shipped to Fort Ogden Friday for burial under the directions of Undertaker F. T. Blount." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"MRS. FRANCES ITALIANO - Mrs. Frances Spoto Italiano, of 2505 Highland Ave., died Monday. Survivors include her husband, Joseph Italiano; son, Nelson Italiano; daughter, Marian Italiano; brothers, Dr. John A. Spoto and Dr. Vincent A. Spoto; sister, Marianna Spoto." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"MRS. LENORA INMAN - Mrs. Lenora Agnes Inman, 26, of 2122 East Hillsborough avenue died yesterday morning at her home. Besides her husband, Richard Inman, she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greithoff of Tampa, three brothers, Joseph Breithoff of Kintersville, Pa.; John and Martin Breithoff of Tampa and a sister, Miss Rose Mary Breithoff of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 9, 1936. *Note: Greithoff/Breithoff discrepancy is in the original.
"IIAMES, JoAnn Bourne, 44, of Wauchula died Friday. Curry Raley Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"IRELAND - Funeral services were held at the parlors of Undertaker B. Marion Reed yesterday at 2:30 p. m. over the remains of Miss Anna Laura Ireland, who died Tuesday at River Junction. The Christian Science funeral service was used and intermetn was made in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 1, 1920.

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"TAMPA PIONEER DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS - Mrs. Cornelia Ann Johnson Lived in City More Than 50 Years - Mrs. Cornelia Ann Johnson, 76, widow of Joseph N. Johnson and pioneer resident of Tampa, died at her home, 701 South Brevard street, early last night after an illness of several days. Born in Duval county near Jacksonville Mrs. Johnson and her husband moved here more than 50 years ago and built their home within 50 feet of the present residence. After building a new home, the old one was torn down. Those surviving Mrs. Johnson are two daughters, Mrs. M. L. Strickland and Mrs. E. A. Dunn, and a son, Joe B. Johnson, all of Tampa. Funeral services will be held from the residence tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Dr. Walt Holcomb, pastor of the Hyde Park Methodist church, will officiate. Rev. J. P. Hilburn, presiding elder of the Methodist churches in this district, will assist. Active pallbearers will be: Steve Strickland, Charles Kelly, Capt. George Warner, Sr., C. A. Bashford, L. B. Giles and J. D. Miller, Jr. Honorary pallbearers will be: E. B. Whitaker, Dr. W. M. Rowlette, Ernest Maas, C. A. McKay, C. E. Ball and Wesley Rumley. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 2, 1927, p. 13.
"JETER, William 'Billy' Jr., 23, of Avon Park, died Sunday. Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home, Sebring." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"WILLIAM JONES - William Ervin Jones, 74, of 3812 51st St., die yesterday at his residence. He was a native of Alabama and was a resident of Tampa for 31 years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Josie Jones; two daughters, Mrs. Thelma Allen and Mrs. Lucille Davies, both of Tampa; five sons, H. G. (Doc) Jones, Almus J. Jones and Leonard Jones, all of Tampa; Ted B. Jones, of Connecticut and William E. Jones, Jr., Chattanooga; an uncle, Jim Johnson, Seffner, 15 grandchildren and three great granchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, November 29, 1956.
"JAMIE C. JACKSON - Jamie C. Jackson died last night at 9:30 o'clock at the residence, 705 North Bay street. Besides her mother, Mrs. D. C. Norris, of Augusta, Ga., she is survived by four children, and three sisters: Mrs. A. T. Berryhill and Mrs. Alex Schamburg, of Tampa, and Miss Dally Brown, of Augusta. Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the parlors of B. Marion Reed. Rev. W. E. Sewell, of the Nebraska Avenue Methodist church, will conduct the services. Burial will be in Jackson cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, January 27, 1927, page 22.
"JENKS, JOHN N. - Funeral services for John N. Jenks, 72, 8015 Brooks, will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Jennings Funeral Home Chapel with The Rev. William Dennison, pastor of the Broad St. Christ Church, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. Pallbearers will be Clark Barlow, Roger Schupp, George Hunter, Frank Ford, Ernest Berry and Arthur Harris. Mr. Jenks is survived by his widow, Mrs. Annie H. Jenks of Tampa. Mr. Jenks was a 12-year member of the Sulphur Springs Tourist Club and a four-year member of the board of directors." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"MORGAN JENKINS, JR. - Morgan Jenkins Jr., 77, of 803 Elizabeth St., Brandon, died here yesterday. A native of Youngstown, Ohio, he had lived in the area 10 years. He was a Baptist and a member of the Mt. View Masonic Lodge 252, F.&A.M. in Wayne, N.J. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Dorothy L. Jenkins; two daughters, Mrs. Lucy Button and Mrs. Marjorie Herron, both of Brandon; one sister, Mrs. Bertha Hayhurst, of Youngstown, Ohio." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 15, 1967, p. A9.
"ROBERT L. JONES - Robert Lester Jones, 44, 6016 50th St., died Monday night at a local hospital. A native of Georgia, he had resided in Tampa for 35 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jewell M. Jones, Tampa; a son, Robert L. Jones Jr., Tampa; a daughter, Miss Lora Lee Jones, Tampa; four brothers, Ralph Jones, Ernest Jones, Raymond Jones, and James Jones, all of Tampa, and three sister, Mrs. Thelma Antrim and Mrs. Ruth Gerald, both of Tampa, and Mrs. Alma Powell, Inverness." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2. Also, funeral notice: "JONES, ROBERT LESTER - Funeral services for Robert Lester Jones, 44, resident of 6016 50th St., who passed away Monday night at a local hospital, will be held Thursday morning at eleven o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home with Chaplain Parks of Bay Pines to officiate. Interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"JANIK, Michael, 84, of Avon Park died Monday. Warren Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"JORDON, MRS. BERNICE V. - Funeral services for Mrs. Bernice V. Jordon, 20, of 7709 Thirteenth street, who died Friday, will be held Saturday at 4 o'clock at the Greenman home, Rev. H. C. Springfield officiating. Burial in Orange Hill cemetery. Survivors: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Jenkins; husband, Earl E. Jordon; three daughters, Lois Earline, Patricia Ann, and Joyce Clarice Jordon, four sisters, Mrs. Ruby Martin, Mrs. M. A. Bell, Mrs. Leva Killman, and Mrs. Mildred Grover; and three brothers, Clarence, Jack, and Lloyd Jenkins." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"JONES, MRS. ELIZA BLANE - Mrs. Eliza Blane Jones, 72, of 3511 24th ave., died Wednesday at her home. She is survived by four sons, W. J. and H. G. Jones of Tampa and H. R. and G. W. Jones of Zephyrhills; a daughter, Mrs. B. B. Musgrove of Okalousha, Fla. Services will be held Thursday at 5 o'clock at El Bethel Baptist church; the Rev. R. H. Whitcomb officiating. Burial is Orange Hill cemetery. Pallbearers: G. T. Mosley, J. N. Surrency, W. H. Varnadoe, Sam Tidwell, J. W. Youdell and N. H. Swardford." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1941, p. 2.
"IRA JAY JOHNSON - Ira Jay Johnson, 55, 908 Braddock st., died in a Tampa hospital yesterday. A native of Ohio, he had resided here for the last 13 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Evelyn Johnson, Tampa; his father, Arthur L. Johnson, Tampa, and a brother, Delmer Johnson, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"JENKINS, MRS. CARRIE - Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Jenkins, 67, of 103 Mays Street, Plant City, who passed away Saturday morning will be announced later by Memorial Funeral Home of Plant City." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"JONES, Willie J., 82, a native of Georgia and a resident of Dover for 5 years, died yesterday. Retired from Seaboard Coastline Railroad and a member of Tampa Consistory Scottish Rule. F.T. Blount Co., Brandon Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7. Also, funeral notice: "JONES - Mr. Willie J. Jones, 82, of Clinton St. Dover, passed away Sunday. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. from the Brandon Chapel of the F.T. Blount Company, 620 E. Brandon Blvd., with Rev. Billy J. Dickerson, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mango, and Dr. W. D. Millican, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dover, officiating. Members of the B.R.C. of A. will serve as pallbearers. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery where Masonic services will be conducted by the Tampa Lodge No. 240 F. & A.M. The Family will be at the funeral home Tuesday evening from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m. Survivors include his wife: Mrs. Golie Jones, Dover; 2 sons, Winton J. Jones, Tampa, and Herbert C. Jones, New Orleans, La.; 4 daughters: Mrs. Marie Cheshire, Wildwood, Fla., Mrs. Willie Mae Schreckengost, Dover, Mrs. Bernice Nyrd, Plant City, and Mrs. Barbara Swinson, Dover; 1 brother, Herman R. Jones, Sr., Zephyrhills, Fla.; 23 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 8, 1977, p. D7.
"JACKSON - Funeral services for Miss Lena E. Jackson of 2924 Wallcraft Ave., will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of J. L. Reed & Son, 3410 Henderson Blvd. at De Leon Street with the Reverend Walter Pearson of the Hyde Park Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. The family requests: Please omit flowers and suggests memorial contributions to the charity of your choice. J. L. REED & SON 3410 Henderson Blvd." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 3, 1974, p. 7D.
"ERNEST JOHN JONES, 68, of Brandon died Monday. He had lived in the area most of his life and was a trainman for Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. He is survived by his wife, Nettie; two sons, John of Seffner and William of El Paso, Texas; two daughters, Janet Kirk and Mary Ann Pope, both of Brandon; one brother, Arthur James of Brandon; sister, Hilda True of Riverview; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"JOHNS, Frank W. Sr., 52, of Wauchula died Monday. Curry Raley Funeral Home, Wauchula." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"JONES, RALPH C. - Funeral services for Ralph C. Jones, 70, of Wildwood, who died Tuesday at a local hospital, will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Crabb-Theus Chapel, Wildwood, with the Rev. Orlowe Rusher, officiating. Mr. Jones has made his home in Wildwood for the past two years, coming from Bath, N.Y. He was foreman with the Western Union Telegraph Co. for more than 40 years." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"MRS. MARY C. JOHNSON - Mrs. Mary Catherine Johnson, 75, of Plant City, died at her home Friday. Survivors include six daughters, Mrs. Laura Hess, Mrs. Gladys Mabry, and Mrs. Hattie Burkett, all of Plant City; Mrs. Essie Mathis, Lithia; Mrs. Willie Sheffield, Ozar, Ala., and Mrs. Mevy Wiggins, Pompano Beach; two sons, H. T. Johnson, Dover, and W. J. Johnson, Plant City; three sisters, Mrs. Julia Crawford, Oneco; Mrs. Beulah Hunter, Sulphur Springs, and Mrs. Martha Dumman of Texas; two brothers, The Rev. Henry Locklear of Plant City, and Joe Locklear, St. Petersburg, also 28 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"JONES, JOHN B., SR. - Mr. John B. Jones, Sr., age 69, of 4104 Myrtle Ave., passed away Sunday. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the chapel of F. T. Blount Company, New Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Ave., with The Rev. Shuler Peele, of Seminole Heights Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be J. Pace Davis, Charles E. McBride, Douglas Burnett, C. A. Smitty Brown, Richard B. Kelly and Tony Lupo. Honorary pallbearers will be Pat Whitaker, Tom Whitaker, of Tampa; Richard Irwin, Tallahassee, and J. C. Stone, Orlando." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"JOHNS - DOVER - Funeral services for George Johns, 69, of Neosho, Mo., former resident of Dover, will be held Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. at the Valrico First Baptist Church with Rev. Bob Coram, Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Bloomingdale Cemetery. Masonic graveside services will be conducted by Turkey Creek Lodge No. 248, F. & A.M. Survivors include his wife, Leta, Neosho, Mo.; 2 sons, George N. Johns, Neosho, Mo., and Daniel L. Johns, Seffner; brother, Jack Johns, Jacksonville; 7 sisters, Nettie James, Justin Mabe, Christiane Leto, all of Tampa, Emma Parker, and Irene Esco, both of Brandon, Alma Wilkerson, Valrico, and Josephine Cornell, Arcadia; 14 grandchildren, and 5 great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the fuenral home this evening from 7:30 until 9:00 p.m. Arangements by, STOWERS OF BRANDON" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"MRS. JAMIE C. JACKSON - Funeral services for Mrs. Jamie C. Jackson, who died at the residence, 705 North Bay street, will be held this morning at 10 o'clock, from the chapel of B. Marion Reed. Rev. W. E. Sewell will conduct the services, interment will be in Jackson Heights cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 28, 1927, p. 24 Also:"MRS. JAMIE C. JACKSON - Funeral services for Mrs. Jamie C. Jackson, who died at the residence, 705 North Bay street, Wednesday night, were held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, form the chapel of B. Marion Reed. The Rev. W. E. Sewell, pastor of the Nebraska Avenue Methodist church, officiated. Burial was in Jackson Heights cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"JOHNSON, GERTRUDE LASSITER - Funeral mass for Mrs. Gertrude Lassiter Johnson, age 79, resident of 204 North Westland, will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are O. B. Wynn, J. A. Brunson, D. W. Landers, A. M. Cox, John Yates and T. L. Chapman. Arrangements by J. L. Reed & Son." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"MARK GORDON JAMISON, of Lutz died Saturday, Dec. 5. He was a factory employee. He is survived by his sister, Leila Joy of St. Marys, Va. B. Marion Reed Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 13, 1981, page 11-B.
"DILLARD McCLAIN JOHNSON - Dillard McClain Johnson, 66, of 9807 Parsons St., died Monday. A native of Andrews, N. C., he lived in Tampa 10 years. He was a Baptist. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Willie Mar Johnson of Tampa; two sons, J. D. Johnson of Tampa and A. L. Johnson of Columbia, S. C.; one sister, Mrs. Ruby Franklin of Rutherfordton, N. C.; and one brother Roy W. Johnson of Spindale, N. C." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"JOHN T. JONES, 70, of 3204 Wallace Ave. in Tampa, died Friday. He was a resident of the Tampa Bay area since 1959, moving from Fort Knox, Ky. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Thelma; two sons, Lawrence F. and and Anthony J., both of Tampa; two daughters, Shannon Lynne Rardon and Karle Anne Dew, both of Tampa; two sisters, Edna Coak and Norma Cole, both of Zephyrhills; and four grandchildren. Curry & Son Funeral Home." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"ORLANDO, June 5 - (AP) - Dr. Gerald W. Jones, 32, Orlando physician, died this afternoon at his home." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"PLANT CITY, June 2 - (Special) - Mrs. America Emily Hooker Jones, ?9, resident of Plant City for the past 50 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. C. Hutchinson, at 109 Plant Ave., Saturday afternoon. Other survivors include four sons, Enoch W. Brown, Mulberry; Julius E. Brown, Orlando; John C. Brown, and David Newton Brown, both of Clearwater; two sisters, Mrs. T. J. Henderson, Hillvilla, Calif., and Mrs. J. H. Stephens, Pensacola; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"BOB T. JACKSON - Bob T. Jackson, 56, resident of 102 North Howard avenue, died Sunday night at a hospital. Funeral services will be held at the J. L. Reed & Son funeral home this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The Rev. Walter Metcalf will officiate. Pallbearers will be C. B. McCaskill, C. L. Collins, J. J. Hagin, Joel Phillips, H. E. Brightwell and John Fernandez. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. He is survived by his widow and a son." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 4, 1934.
"PARKE SEELEY JONES - Funeral services for Parke Seeley Jones, 57, of 1105 North Boulevard who died Wednesday will be conducted from the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock with the Elks lodge in charge of the service. Pallbearers will be Ed. Kane, John Harris, R. P. Stewart, A. W. King, Ramon Sierra, jr., Ernest Maas, jr., and G. C. Brown. Interment will be in Orange Hill. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Amelia Jones, and two sons, Barney and Jack Salyard of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, May 26, 1933.
"MRS. LENA MAY JEFFREY - DUNEDIN, Jan. 26 - (Special) - Mrs. Lena May Jeffrey, 63, a resident of this area for 15 years, died today at her home. She came here from Bay City, Mich. Survivors are a son, Vercial T. Seaman, of Clearwater; a brother, Frank Hamley, of Jackson, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Lodoma Raymond, of Jackson, and Mrs. D. A. Yettaw, of Clearwater." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"MRS. DAISY JOHNSON - Funeral services for Mrs. Daisy Johnson, 31, of 3208 Fourth avenue, who died Sunday at the residence, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from F. T. Blount's funeral home with the Rev. I. E. Williams of the Eighth Avenue Methodist church, conducting the service. Interment will be in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"ELLIS W. JONES - CLEARWATER (Special) - Ellis Ward Jones of 1219 Twin Lake Lodge, died Friday at Morton F. Plant Hospital here. A native of Gouverneur, N.Y., Jones came here two years ago from Pittsburgh, Pa. He retired after 33 years as field man and inspector for Dairyman's Cooperation, Sales Association, Pittsburgh. He was a member of Sylvan Abbey Methodist Church and was an Army veteran of World War I. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Belle B. Jones; and a sister, Mrs. Ruth B. Joyce, Holland, N.Y." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, January 27, 1963.
"JOHN W. JETER - John Walter Jeter, 9211 Wallcraft Ave., died Monday. A native of Tampa, he was a veteran of World War I. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Newman Jeter." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"GRETHAM A. JENKS - LARGO, Nov. 6 - (By Staff Writer) - Grantham A. Jenks, 41, who came here in 1918 from Wewahitchka, died today. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Pearl Alford; and a brother, Willie Jenks, both of Largo." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"JONES - TAMPA - Funeral services for Melvin Franklin Jones 88, of 5806 Florida Ave., will be held this afternoon at 3 p.m. from the Chapel of Jennings Funeral Home with Rev. Hal Hunter, pastor of the Riverside Baptist Church officiating. Cremation will follow. Mr. Jones built the home at 5806 Florida Ave. while totally blind. This took ten years to complete and was dedicated January 6, 1949. Mr. & Mrs. Jones, both blind, received national recognition for this wonderful work. The homr has been deeded to the Elks to carry on his work to help the blind. Jennings Funeral Home 6900 Nebraska Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 18, 1973, p. 7-D.
"H. J. JOHNSON - Funeral services for H. J. Johnson were held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount, conducted by the Rev. W. W. Laite. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, September 23, 1927, p. 2.
"JONES - Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, aged forty-five years, died yesterday morning at 4 o'clock at her residence, No. 2209 1-2 Seventh avenue. Besides her husband, J. R. Jones, she leaves two daughters and one son. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10:30 c'clock from the undertaking parlors of F. T. Blount Company. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"Funeral services for J. Hill Jones, 83, resident of Sanford, Fla., and formerly of Port Tampa, will be held today at 8 o'clock from the J. L. Reed Chapel, of this place. Dr. C. W. Duke will have charge of the service. Mr. Jones was a Confederate veteran and is survived by one daughter, Mrs. E. M. Carroll, of Sanford; one son, C. B. Jones, of Port Tampa. Burial will be made at Woodlawn Cemetery and all Confederate War Veterans are especially invited to attend the services." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 13, 1925.
"JOHNSON - Minor C. Johnson, aged twenty-eight, died last night at a local hospital. He is survived by his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson, of No. 108 East Oak street; one brother, H. M. Johnson, and one sister, Mrs. C. R. Brooks. Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the residence of his parents, with Rev. C. W. Duke officiating. Interment will take place in Woodlawn cemetery with Undertaker J. L. Reed in charge. Pallbearers are as follows: Leroy Cotter, W. H. Wells, L. R. Langford, C. E. Shepard and Walter F. Lucas." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1920.
"JOHN W. JAMES - John W. (Johnny) James, 62, 3602 E. Paris, died yesterday. A native of Redding, England, he had lived in Tampa for most of his life. He was a member of the Guiding Light Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow, Nettie James; one son, Henry James, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Velma Aldrich, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Marguerite Phillips, Dunedin; and two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Yates, Tampa, and Mrs. Lillie Redding, Sanford." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 6, 1967.
"EDWIN G. JACKSON - Edwin G. Jacksin, of 904 East Giddens, died last Friday in Hammonton, N. J. He had been a resident of Tampa for 10 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Adelaide Jackson, of Casta Mesa, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Charles Jones, of Hammonton, N. J., Mrs. Doris Willis, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ruth Voller, of Casta Mesa, Calif.; and one son, Alvin G. Jackson, of Minneapolis, Minn. Funeral services and interment were in Hammonton, N. J., Monday." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"JOBSON, MARY GIRVINIA - Service for Mrs. Mary Virginia Jobson, 84, a resident of Temple Terrace for 20 years who passed away yesterday in a Tampa hospital, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Funeral Home of B. Marion Reed, Platt St. at Plant Ave. Dr. E. C. Nance and Dr. J. Walter Carpenter, Jr., officiating. Burial will be in Macon, Ga. Mrs. Jobson is survived by a son, Dr. A. M. C. Jobson, Tampa. It is requested that friends please omit flowers." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"MRS. MARY JOHNS - BRADENTON, Aug. 21. - (Special) - Mrs. Mary Johns, 77, died at her home in Manatee after a brief illness. She had been a resident of Florida about 50 years. She is survived by six sons and four daughters, Robert and Charles Johns, Manatee; John, Dover; Jesse, Olustee; Horace, Thonotosassa, and Louis Johns, Palmetto; Mrs. L. Register, Lake City; Mrs. Hattie Scovey, Manatee; Miss Katie Johns, Manatee; and Mrs. Thomas Dix, MacClenny." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 22, 1932, p. 2.
"JONES - Mrs. Golie M. Jones, 81, of Clinton Street, Dover, passed away Sunday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 11:30 from the Chapel of the F.T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5105 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Billy J. Dickerson, Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mango, and Dr. W.D. Millican, Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dover, officiating. Mrs. Jones' grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Tuesday evening from 7 until 8:30 p.m. A native of Georgia, Mrs. Jones had lived in Dover for the past 55 years, and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Dover. Survivors include one son, Winton J. Jones, Lutz; four daughters, Mrs. Marie Cheshire, Wildwood, Fla., Mrs. Willie Mae Schreckengost, Mrs. Barbara Swinson, both of Dover, Mrs. Bernice Byrd, Plant City; 23 grandchildren; and 41 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, January 22, 1980, p. 7-D.
"JUNG, Wilhelm, 91, of Spring Hill. Died Monday. A retired tool and dye maker. Turner Home for Funerals, Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"JOHNSON, JAMES ALEXANDER - The remains of James Alexander Johnson, 72, of Inverness, Fla., who passed away Thursday, will be taken to Glennville, Ga. in care of the Rimes Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at the Pigott Branch Baptist Church with interment in church cemetery. Porter Funeral Home in Inverness in charge of local arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"JOHNSON, FRANK JOSEPH - Funeral services for Frank Joseph Johnson, 24, of Bradley Junction, will be held at Bradley Junction Baptist church at 3 p. m. this afternoon. Burial in Elam cemetery. Pallbearers: Charles Morgan, Harmon Prine, H. H. Allen, Theodore Atanasoff, George McCook, Boyd Anderson. Services will be conducted by Rev. W. W. Forbes and Rev. Sidney Albritton. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Opal Prine Johnson; his mother, Mrs. Ada Johnson, of Bradley; four sisters, Mrs. G. P. Brown and Mrs. J. Perez of Tampa, Miss Dorothy Johnson and Miss Marcella Johnson, both of Bradley; and three brothers, Park Trammell Johnson, Tommy Johnson and Ralph Johnson, all of Bradley Junction." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 24, 1937, p. 1-4.
"JOHNSTON, MRS. MARTHA AUGUSTA - Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Augusta Johnston, 91, who passed away Wednesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles A. Hull, 3605 Empedrado St., will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. P. J. Wagner of the Palma Ceia Methodist Church to officiate. Besides Mrs. Hull, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. D. S. Walker, Salt Lake City, Utah; a brother, Charles A. Smith, of Michigan; a sister, Mrs. Harriett Plea, of Michigan; two granddaughters and one great-granddaughter." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 25, 1947, p. 2.
"ELLERY W. JAMIESON, 83, of Tampa died Wednesday. Survivors include his wife, Geraldine; and a brother, William P. Jamieson of Okemos, Mich. Curry's Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"JOHNSON - Funeral services for Captain H. L. Johnson, who died Sunday at his home in Port Tampa City, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the J. L. Reed undertaking parlors. The services will be in charge of the Elks, with the Rev. J. Irving Insley the Elks' chaplain, officiating. Pall-bearers will be R. S. Craft, Philip Shore, W. T. Crabtree, Val M. Antuono, Roy Lewis, and Dr. W. L. Mudge. Interment will be at Woodlawn. Captain Johnson was one of the best known citizens of Port Tampa and also had many friends in Tampa. He had been a bar pilot for twenty years. He was born in Norway but came to America when a small child. He was taken ill about three weeks ago. He leaves a widow and one daughter in Port Tampa; another daughter, Mrs. Roy Wolff of Tampa, and a third daughter, Mrs. A. E. Rasch of Boston." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 19, 1918, p. 12.
"ISABEL JUSTO, 88, of 1611 Hacienda Court, Apt. 101 B, Tampa, died Thursday. The housewife had lived in Tampa 56 years. She is survived by two sons, Enrique 'Henry' and Vinicio; two daughters, Lourdes Russo and Orquidia Vilches; two brothers, John Perez Rolo of Miami and Mario Perez Rolo of Key West; three sisters, Celia Munoz of Miami, Virginia Castro and Eponine Alfonso, both of Key West; four grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. A.P. Boza Riverside Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"JONES - BARTOW - Funeral services for Thomas E. Jones, 63, a resident of Hallandale, Fla., who passed away suddenly Friday in Miami, will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from the Whidden Funeral Home Chapel in Bartow. Interment will follow in Bartow Wildwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 Sunday night. Survivors include his wife, Bebe Keen Jones; 1 son, Donald E. Jones, Miami; 3 grandchildren. A native of Bartow, Mr. Jones had lived most of his life in this area. He was an iron worker and formerly operated a restaurant in Mulberry, and Kissingin Springs, in Bartow. Whidden Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"MRS. EMMA B. JONES - GAINESVILLE, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Mrs. Emma Beck Jones, 69, a resident of this city for one year, died this morning at her home after a long illness." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"DEATH TAKES MRS. JOHNSON, 72 - Mrs. Laura Mary Johnson, 72, of Livingston Ave., Lutz, died last night at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. V. Fry, of rural Tampa. Mrs. Johnson was a native of Galveston, Texas, and had resided in Florida for 60 years. For 40 years she was employed by the Adams-Magnon Jewelers. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. C. V. Fry, of Tampa; three brothers, Harry L. Magnon, W. S. Magnon, and Alvin Magnon, all of Tampa, and a number of nieces and nephews." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"JOHNSON, WILLIAM P. - Funeral services will be conducted for William P. Johnson at 11 A.M. at the Presbyterian Church in Crystal River with the Rev. Donald E. Grady, officiating. Interment will follow in the Crystal River Memorial Cemetery. Strickland Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1970, p. A23.
"MARGUERITE SIGBY JONES, 79, of Brandon, died Tuesday. Born in Savannah, Ga., she had lived in the Bay area 65 years, coming from Savannah. She retired as a nurse after 50 years of service. She was a member of Seminole Heights Baptist Church and Mystic Chapter No. 110 O.E.S. She is survived by a niece, Alma B. Del Valle; and a nephew, James A. Blount, both of Brandon. B. Marion Reed Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"JENKS, JOHN N. - Funeral services for John N. Jenks, 72, 8015 Brooks, will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Jennins Funeral Home Chapel with The Rev. William Dennison, pastor of the Broad St. Christ Church, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. Pallbearers will be Clark Barlow, Roger Schupp, George Hunter, Frank Ford, Ernest Berry and Arthur Harris. Mr. Jenks is survived by his widow, Mrs. Annie H. Jenks of Tampa. Mr. Jenks was a 12-year member of the Sulphur Springs Tourist Club and a four-year member of the board of directors." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"EULA G. JENKINS, 64, of Crystal Terrace, Plant City, died Saturday. A native of Virginia, she had lived in Plant City for the past four years. She is survived by her husband, Jess; one daughter, Jeanette Patterson of Plant City; three sons, Barney J. and Gary S. Jenkins, both of Orlando, and David J. Jenkins of Plant Cityl two sisters, Gladys Gillespie of Glenn Burnie, Md., and Helen Cassell of Pasadena, Md.; one brother, Louis Taylor of Cleveland, Ohio, and three grandchildren. Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"JONES, JOHN R. - Mr. John R. Jones, age 89, retired clerk A.C.L. Railroad Co., died June 13 at Gainesville Hospital. Funeral services for Mr. Jones will be Saturday, 2 p.m. at Spring Hill Cemetery near Alachua. He is survived by one son, E. U. Jones, Floral City, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Ada Alexander, Starke, Fla., and Mrs. Claude Dupuls, Alachua, Fla. Williams Thomas Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"JAMES W. JOHNSON - ST. PETERSBURG, June 27. - (A.P.) - James Willis Johnson, 75, retired merchant who came here 15 years ago from Marianna, died here tonight. He was born in Wrightsville, Ga., in 1864. Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary Frances Johnson, four daughters, Mrs. J. C. Taylor, Jacksonville; Mrs. D. W. Kates, Bonifay; Mrs. T. H. Knight and Mrs. Norment Smith, St. Petersburg, and two sons, A. L. Johnson and W. B. Johnson, both residing here, survive. Three brothers and two sisters reside in Georgia." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 6, 1939, p. 2.
"MISS MINNIE JACKSON - Miss Minnie Jackson, 23, of Richland, died yesterday at a hospital. Survivors are a sister, Grace Jackson, of New York; two brothers, R. P. Jackson and T. S. Jackson, of Tampa, and three aunts, Mrs. A. T. Berryhill, of Tampa; Mrs. Alex Shamburg and Mrs. M. Vega, of New York." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 25, 1937, p. 2.
"C. M. JONES, 76, LONG RESIDENT OF TAMPA, DIES - Clarence Milton Jones, 76, of 206 West Frierson Ave., a resident of Tampa for 36 years and in the mercantile business all his life, died Saturday night in a hospital. He formerly was associated with the Cracowaner Department Store, Maas Bros. and Essrig's. For a time he also was in the dry goods business for himself. He was a member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church and the Knights of Pythias. He is survived by a sister, Miss Martha Elizabeth Jones. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Andrews Episcopal Church with The Rev. H. B. Hoag, rector, officiating. Active pallbearers will be Harry Blakeslee, Paul Denman, Marvin Essrig, John Mills, R. W. Rowe and R. C. Wilder. Arrangements are in charge of J. L. Reed." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 25, 1948, p. 2.

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"AGED JAPANESE DIES IN TAMPA - Y. Komatsu, 70-year-old Japanese, who had been a resident of Tampa for the last 15 years, died yesterday at a local hospital after an illness of a few days. Funeral services will be held from the J. L. Reed undertaking parlors this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mr. Komatsu was active in Y.M.C.A. and Boy Scout work here for a number of years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, August 6, 1927.
"RICHARD KUHNE - REDINGTON BEACH, Oct. 3. - (Special) - Richard Otto Kuhne, 76, died last night at his home at Redington Beach. A native of Gorlitz, Germany, Mr. Kuhne came here from Fitchburg, Mass. He was retired as club manager for the Oak Hill Country Club where he had been employed for 30 years. He was a communicant of St. John's Catholic Church and a member of the Holy Name Society. Survivors include: His widow, Mrs. Aspasia Kuhne and a son, Richard P. Kuhne, both of Redington Beach." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"KLASSEN - Funeral services over the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Klassen, No. 907 Louisiana avenue, who died yesterday afternoon, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock, from the funeral home of the F. T. Blount Company. Interment will be made in Jackson cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2
"KING - Mrs. Winifred M. King, 83, 211 Marhan Avenue, passed away September 29th. Mrs. King will be sent this afternoon to the Cunningham Funeral Home, Grove City, Penn., with interment in the Carpenter Cemetery. Local arrangements by Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, October 2, 1975, p. 15-D.
"KING, MRS. EMMA LARKIN - Fuenral services for Mrs. Emma Larkin King, 92, of Dade City, who passed away Tuesday morning, will be held Wednesday at 3 o'clock in the Coleman and Ferguson Funeral Chapel with the Rev. E. C. Tyner officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be nephews and great nephews." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"KNAPP - The funeral of P. W. Knapp, who died at a local hospital this week, will be held at Dover at 9:30 o'clock this morning under the direction of J. L. Reed. He is survived by a wife and two sons." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, July 19, 1919, p. 9.
"ERNEST F. KLEEBERG - Ernest F. Kleeberg, 88, a Winter resident of 416 Cedar St., for the last 21 years, a native of Germany and a valuation engineer for the Illinois Central Railroad for many years before his retirement, died yesterday at a local hospital after a short illness. Mr. Kleeberg is survived by a stepson, Charles Horky, Chicago, and a stepgrandson, Albert C. Piper, Tinley Park, Ill." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"KAK, MRS. ANNA MAE - Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Mae Kak, 84, of 9206 28th St., will be held at 11:30 o'clock Friday morning from the chapel of Jennings Funeral Home with Sgt. Juaneta Tolefson of the Salvation Army, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"KENFIELD, FRED W. - Funeral services for Mr. Fred William Kenfield, 76, of Brandon, will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the graveside in Dade City Cemetery, the Rev. Henry W. Tuttle officiating. Friends may call at Richardson Funeral Home, Dade City, from noon to 3:30 Saturday afternoon. Arrangements by Fred H. Kenfield Funeral Home, St. Petersburg." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"KING, MRS. DELIA JOSEPHINE - Rosary services for Mrs. Delia Josephine King, 87, of 1429 E. Commanche, will be led by Rev. Father James Buckley, S.J., pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave. Requiem Mass for the repose of her soul will be offered Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"KRISMAN, ADAM - Mr. Adam Krisman, 69, of 2107 109th Avenue, passed away yesterday in a local nursing home. The remains were sent yesterday to the Schmidt and Bartlet Funeral Home, Milwaukee, Wisconsin for services and interment in the Walhalla Cemetery. Local arrangments are in charge of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 5, 1963, p. A2.
"KEEN - Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie Keen, 21, of ?? West Eleventh Street, who died early yesterday morning in a local hospital, will be held this morning at 11 o'clock at the Reverview Cemetery, for burial under direction of E. T. Blount, mortician. Mrs. Keen is survived by her husband, Gus Keen, of Tampa, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. D. Davis of Ruskin, one sister and one brother." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 27, 1925, p. A2.
"KING FUNERAL RITES TO BE HELD TOMORROW - Funeral services for John R. King, who died Sunday at his home at Brandon, will be held tomorrow at 10 a. m. from the residence, with J. L. Reed in charge. Burial will be in the Pelot cemetery. Mr. King came to Florida in 1881 from New Albany, Miss. He was engaged in farming near Brandon until a few years ago, when he retired because of ill health. He is survived by his wife, Annie Moody King; three sons, Ralph G., Sumner M., Warren C., all of Brandon; one daughter, Mrs. T. M. Morris, 2530 Sunset drive, Tampa; three brothers, Dr. C. C. King, White Plains, Ga., W. L. King, of Belton, Ga., and S. J. King, of Wallersville, Miss., and one sister, Mrs. Jane Bryan, Clarkesdale, Miss." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, January 12, 1927, p. 8.
"KOKORIS, William B., 67, of Spring Hill, formerly of Dunedin, died Thursday. Holloway Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"TODD M. KETCH JR., the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Ketch, Sr. of Odessa died Monday. Besides his parents he is survived by paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ketch of Odessa; and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hanna of York, Pa. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Lutz Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"JESSIE JAMES KNIGHT - PLANT CITY (Special) - Jessie James Knight, 64, Route 6, died in a Tampa hospital yesterday. A native of Upson County, Georgia, he had been a resident of Plant City 16 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lena Knight; a daughter, Mrs. Edith Wheaton, Tampa; sons, Tommy Barfield, USN, South Pacific, and Roy Barfield, Michigan, a brother, A. M. Knight, Columbus, Ga." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 7, 1964, p. A2.
"KABRICH, MRS. LAURA LEE - Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Lee Kabrich, 46, who died Wednesday at her residence, 405 W. Hanna st., will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the F. T. Blount funeral home. The Rev. A. W. Mathis of the Seminole Heights Baptist church will officiate. Pallbearers are: Active, W. F. Jaudon, Z. T. Wester, Frank Sammons, Frank Brian, E. D. Fisher, L. D. Nash; Honorary, L. D. Burt, Allen Primm, Arthur Eckland, C. J. Moore, Dave Epps and R. O. Bradford. Interment will be in the Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"KYLE - Samuel P. Kyle, aged seventy-nine died yesterday morning at 8 o'clock at his home at Mango. He leaves a wife and seven children. The children are: Mrs. J. E. Bryan, Mrs. Samuel Shovell, Paisley; S. G. Kyle, Waycross, Ga.; E. W., R. W., and H. C. Kyle and Miss Annie Kyle, Mango. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at the Presbyterian church at Mango, interment in New Hope cemetery. The following will act as pallbearers: W. S. Graham, H. C. Giddens, V. H. Hodler, Lesley Rhoden, S. L. Hewsom and J. J. Sampson. Interment will be made under direction of Undertaker J. L. Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, July 1, 1922, p. 11.
"STEVEN EDGAR KERSEY - Steven Edgar Kersey, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Kersey of 1909 166th St., died Saturday morning in a local hospital. Besides his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Noah Howard Kersey and James Hall, both of Tampa; a sister, Betty Frances Kersey of Tampa; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. Kersey and Mr. and Mrs. Shady E. Henderson, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"KELLY, Joan, 76, of Zephyrhills died July 7. Thomas Nelson-Funeral Director." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"INFANT DIES - John Elton Konegan, nine-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Konegan, of 8411 Eleventh Street, died yesterday at a hospital. Beside his parents, he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Baldwin." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, September 9, 1946, p. 2.
"JAMES V. KUCHYNKA, 100, of Valrico, died Tuesday. He had lived in Valrico for a few days, coming from Sarasota. He was a self-employed farmer. He is survived by two daughters, Sara Strandholm of Pendleton, Ore., and Margaret Park of Sarasota; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"JAMES MELVIN KERR, JR. - James Melvin Kerr, jr., 29, of Glen road, Woodclift Lakes, N. J., died at a Tampa hospital yesterday. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Edith Kerr, and one daughter, Joan Melvin Kerr; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Melvin Kerr, sr., Great Neck, L. I., and one sister, Miss Grace Fraser Kerr, Great Neck." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"KELLER, Fred, 81, of New Port Richey. Died Monday. A retired painter and a native of Germany. Thompson Funeral Home, Port Richey." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"Man Dies From Poisoning After Eating Toadstools - George Kona, 44, of the Rocky Point section, died yesterday of poisoning after eating toadstools which he had mistaken for mushrooms. He is survived by his wife and 10 children. Funeral arrangements had not been completed last night." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 21, 1932, p. 2.
"JOHN B. KENDRICK, 84, of Tampa died Thursday. Born in Terrell, Texas, he had been living in the Bay area for the past 58 years. He was of the Baptist faith. He had served in the U.S. Navy during World War I, and was a member of the American Legion Post 73 and (its?) Forty and Eight Honor Society. He is survived by his sisters, Ella Mae Hayden, Evelyn Richardson of Dallas and Margaret Oglesby of Tacoma, Wash.; and his brother, L.R. Kendrick of Corpus Christi, Texas. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"ALBERT J. KOFMEHL - INVERNESS, June 3. - (Special) - Albert Jacob Kofmehl, 65, owner and operator of a jewelry storeat Crystal River, died suddenly Saturday night at Crystal River." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"JOHANNA KUEHNER, 83, of Tampa died Saturday. She had lived in the area for 21 years after coming from Chicago, Ill, and she was a housewife. She is survived by her husband, Joseph. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"KING, MRS. ALICE LEILA - Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Leila King, 69, a resident of Tampa for 16 years, who passed away Friday morning at her home, 345 Plant Ave., will be held at 3 o'clock Saturday morning from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, the Rev. William H. Kadel of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church to officiate. The remains will be sent to Ocilla, Ga., where funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock with interment in Ocilla Cemetery. She is survived by three daughters, Miss Mary King, Tampa; Miss Minnie King, Tampa; Mrs. A. Parsons, Auburndale; one son, Paul F. King, Tampa; one brother, C. C. Commander, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. J. H. Grimes, Dade City and two grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, June 1, 1946, p. 2.
"KIRKCONNELL - Funeral services over the remains of Miss Trilby Kirkconnell, aged eighteen years, who died Wednesday, were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the residence at 208 East Frances avenue. Rev. C. A. Magoon conducted the services and interment was made in Myrtle Hill cemetery under the direction of Undertaker B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 1, 1920.
"KORNHAUS, MRS. BESSIE B. - Funeral services for Mrs. Bessie B. Kornhaus, 68, a resident of Lutz for 39 years, will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock from B. Marion Reed's Funeral Home, Platt at Plant Ave. The Rev. Raymond E. Walker, pastor and The Rev. Walter S. Metcalf, pastor emiritus of the First Congregational Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are: Joe B. Shipley, J. L. Boynton, Donald M. Robinson, B. Randolph Sentell, Julius Robinson and Elias Kelsey. Survivors are her husband, John Kornhaus, Lutz; a sister, Mrs, Myrta Robinson, Tampa; two brothers, C. L. Porter, Phoenix, Ariz., and R. M. Porter, Springdal, Ark., and numerous nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1953, p. A2.
"MRS. CATHERINE KING - AUBURNDALE, Jan. 14. - (Special) - Mrs. Catherine King, 80, pioneer resident of Auburndale, died last night. Survivors include three sons, James King, Arthur King and H. B. King, of Auburndale; and a brother, James Glover, of Auburndale." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, January 15, 1938, p.2.
"MRS. ROSE KAFTAL- Mrs. Rose Kaftal, 82, of 2514 Edgewood Rd., a resident of Tampa for six years, died Thursday night at home. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Eddie Allen, Tampa; two brothers, Dr. M. Kaftal, New York, N.Y., and Frank Kaftal, Canada; and six grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"KAFKA - Funeral services for David A. Kafka, 74, of 10346 Carrollwood Lane, will be held this afternoon at four o'clock from the chapel of J. L. Reed & Son, 3410 Henderson Boulevard at De Leon Street, with the Reverend Marvin K. Compher, of Forest Hills Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Beatrice L. Kafka, Tampa; a son, Dr. Richard M. Kafka and granddaughter, Miss Helen L. Kafka of Plant City. The family requests "please omit flowers" and suggests memorial contributions to the Cancer Society or the heart fund. Active pallbearers: Fred D. Learey, Norman L. Schenk, George W. Rose, Robert L. Jones, C. Worchester Bouck, Raymond E. Dolar, Bert L. Bell and Dr. D. R. Lethbridge. Honary: E. Grogan Shelor, George F. Widmyer, H. Willard Johnson, B. M. Duncan, Carl D. Brorein, Sr., Ralph W. Shriner, Roy Cotarelo, Robert K. Alexander, C. C. Bever, Sr., Jim Quinn and John A. Boyle." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"Man, 80, Found Dead In Home - An 80-year-old man identified as August E. Karner, was found dead yesterday morning beside a gas cook stove at his home at 303 East Cluster St., where he lived alone. City Detectives Jack Shykove and W. A. Meares said one of the gas jets was on, but not burning. Since they learned he was a victim of strokes, they believed he possibly could have fallen, struck the stove and accidently turend on the jet. A Tampa resident 20 years, Karner is survived by one sister, Mrs. Anna Doerfler, of Riga, Mich." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"KEESEY - TAMPA - Private Prayer services for Mr. Samuel Earl Keesey of 5822 Suxxes Dr. will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at the A. P. Boza Town and Country Chapel (6902 W. Hillsborough Ave. Survivors include: his widow, Mrs. Ruth Fisher Keesey; daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Niblock; son, Samuel Fisher Keesey, and five grandchildren. The Rev. K. Blitch of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church will officiate the services. Please omit flowers and in lieu of sending contributions to the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church. A. P. BOZA TOWN N COUNTRY CHAPEL 6902 West Hillsborough Avenue." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"HARVEY J. KEIFER - AVON PARK, Dec. 22. - (Special) - Harvey John Keifer, 65, was found dead of a heart attack in his grove here last night." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"KEMP, MISS MATTIE LOU - Funeral services for Miss Mattie Lou Kemp, 57, resident of 5804 East Buffalo Ave., who passed away Monday morning at her home, will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Jackson Heights Baptist Church, The Rev. D. J. Abernathy, pastor, to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. The nephews to serve as pallbearers. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"ARTHUR KIDSTON - Funeral services for Arthur Kidston, 22, of 3610 Third avenue, will be held this afternoon at 2'clock from the chapel of Mortician F. T. Blount. Rev. L. B. Overstreet will conduct the services. Interment will be in the Riverview cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, January 12, 1927, p. 20.
"MRS. CAROLINE F. KENYON - Mrs. Caroline F. Kenyon, 82, died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Howard P. Macfarlane, 903 South Delaware avenue, early yesterday morning. Besides Mrs. Macfarlane, she leaves a son, J. T. P. Kenyon of New York. Funeral arrangements are in charge of B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, November 6, 1926.
"KING, MRS. ANNA L. - Funeral services for Mrs. Anna L. King, 77,of 6901 South Himes Ave., who passed away in New Orleans Tuesday morning, will be announced later by B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Platt St." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"MRS. WELTHA KENYON - Mrs. Weltha Kenyon, 81, died Oct. 16 at Elgin, Ill. Funeral services will be held at Woodlawn cemetery this morning at 11 o'clock, the Rev. A. H. Burham, of Bayshore Methodist church, officiating. She is survived by her nephew, E. E. Kenyon." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 22, 1929. - Also: "Mrs. Welth Kenyon, 82, resident of Tampa for many years, died Friday in Chicago. The body will arrive in Tampa today. Funeral arrangements have not been completed, but burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"JOHN FRANKLIN KEY, SR. - John Franklin Key, Sr., 68, of 2406 E. Palifox, died in a Tampa hospital yesterday morning. A native of Key West, he had resided here for 42 years. Before retiring he was owner and operator of a grocery store. He is survived by a son, John F. Key, Jr., of Tampa,; three grandchildren, John F. Key, III, Blain Noble Key and Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"MATHEW R. KINNEY - TARPON SPRINGS, Dec. 22. - (Special) - Mathew R. Kinney, 94, of New Port Richey, died yesterday. He had been a resident of New Port Richey for three years and was a retired New York farmer." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"KEEN - Funeral services for Carl M. Keen, 61, will be Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the chapel of Coker's Funeral Home in Wauchula with Rev. Joe Hallam officiating, with burial in Old Elam Cemetery. Mr. Keen was a prospector for the phosphate company and a life long resident of the Bradley community. Survivors are his widow, Wynona Watson Keen, a daughter, Mrs. Janice Carlton, Ft. Lonesome, a son, Harry C. Keen, Bartow, 3 sisters, Mrs. Josephine Barrington, and Mrs. Flora Johnson, Bartow, Mrs. Rosa Howell, Bradley, a brother, James Keen, Bradley and 5 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 27, 1973, p. 9-B.
"Funeral services for Mrs. Zorada M. Kirkland, who died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert E. Reed, 108 West Giddens avenue, will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the funeral home of B. Marion Reed. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery, the Rev. J. P. Johnson officiating. Pallbearers will be B. F. Walker, W. A. Walker, O. D. McFarland, Frank Hernandez, F. J. Darnel, and C. S. Berriman." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"BENJAMIN D. KENDRICK - WINTER HAVEN, Oct. 31. - (Special.) - Benjamin Delro Kendrick, 56, resident of Winter Haven for 28 years, died at his home early this morning. A native of Lake county, Mr. Kendrick served as school principal here and later served as principal in Bartow, Lake Wales and Plant City schools. He was engaged in the insurance business here at the time of his sudden death. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Lilliam Brannen Kendrick; a son, Branned D. Kendrick, of Winter Haven; two brothers, Christopher and Ed, and a sister, Mrs. H. C. Keene, all of Plant City." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 1, 1938, p. 2.
"IDUS V. KITCHENS - Idus V. Kitchens, 54, of Macon, Ga., formerly of Tampa, died yesterday at his residence in Macon. He was a native of Bibb County, Ga., and for 27 years was employed by the Railway Express Company in Tampa. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Kitchens; three daughters, Mrs. Elnora Baxley, Mrs. Edith Williams, and Mrs. Frutie Schlman, all of Tampa; her mother, Mrs. Lula Kitchens, Macon; a brother, O. L. Kitchens, Miami; a sister, Mrs. Essie Espy, Bradenton, and nine grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"MRS. WILLIAM S. KLINE - News has been received of the death of Mrs. William S. Kline, a frequent winter visitor to Tampa who died in Chicago, Ill., Saturday. She is survived by her husband, a son, Charles T. Kline, West Park, Conn.; a daughter, Mrs. Frank Hubacek, Chicago, and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.

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"LAMMERS, MRS. EMILENE - Funeral services for Mrs. Emilene Lammers, age 58, 111 North Boulevard, who passed away Monday morning, will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Chapel of Walters-Howard Funeral Service, opposite the University of Tampa, with the Rev. J. Karl Wagner of Unity Temple to officiate. Cremation will follow." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"LOWE, MRS. RUTH V. - Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth V. Lowe, 73, of 304 W. Flora, will be held at 11 o'clock this morning from the chapel of JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME, with the Very Rev. G. Ralph Madson, rector of the House of Prayer Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"MARTHA J. LUCAS, 86, of Tampa died March 29. A native of Springfield, Ohio, she moved to the area from California in 1985. She owned a carry-out service. She is survived by a stepdaughter, Vivian Vendetti of Connecticut; and a sister, Helen Kennedy of Greenfield, Ohio. Florida Mortuary Funeral & Cremation Services, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 6, 2000.
"ANNA LENZ, 79, of Sun City Center died Tuesday at South Bay Hospital. A native of New York City, she moved to the area from Long Island, N.Y., in 1995. She was a bookkeeper and Presbyterian. She is survived by a grandchild and two great-grandchildren. Lewers Funeral Home, Ruskin." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 6, 2000.
"SADIE 'DEE' LELKY, 84, of Tampa died Monday. A native of High Springs, she moved to the area 65 years ago. She was a cashier. She is survived by a daughter, Barbara Levy of Pisgah Forest, N.C.; two brothers, James Criswell and A.T. Criswell Jr., both of Tampa; and a grandson. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes, Garden of Memories Chapel, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 6, 2000.
"HARRY LEVICK IS DEAD AFTER SUDDEN ATTACK - Prominent Contractor Stricken Yesterday Afternoon and Dies Within the Hour - Within an hour after he was stricken, Harry Levick, of No. 2202 Highland Avenue, died yesterday afternoon at his home. He is survived by a wife and one daughter, Mrs. C. W. Peters, of Hurtsboro, Ala., who is on her way to Tampa in response to a message announcing the death. The funeral arrangements will be announced on her arrival. Mr. Levick was an Englishman, and came to Tampa twenty-five years ago. From that time until his death at fifty-six years, he was one of the foremost business figures in the city. Mr. Levick was for years the leading contractor of Tampa, and he built the annex to the County Court House. Many of the larger cigar factories of the city were built by him, and numbers of the finer homes were his work." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), March 30, 1917, p. 4.
"ELIZABETH L. LANE, 87, of Tampa died Wednesday. A lifelong resident, she was a teacher for Taylor County, and member of DAR and Wellswood Baptist Church. She is survived by two daughters, Vivian Jackson of Lake City and Sharon Cramer of Tampa; and two grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes, Nebraska Chapel, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 6, 2000.
"WILLIAM T. LECKEY - PLANT CITY, May 13. - (Special) - William T. Leckey, 63, a resident of 505 North Warnell St., Plant City, for hte last 10 years, died Saturday in a local hospital. Mr. Leckey has been in the citrus industry for many years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lyde Leckey; a daughter, Miss Sue Allene Leckey; a son, William Reed Leckey, all of Plant City; and a sister, Mr. Bessie Lee Davis, of Waynesboro, Va." Also: "LECKEY, WILLIAM T. - Funeral services for William T. Leckey, age 63, a resident of 505 North Warnell St., Plant City, who passed away Saturday night in a local hospital, will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Eastside Baptist Church with the pastor, The Rev. B. B. Chesteine, officiating. Burial will be in the Oaklawn Cemetery with Hopkins Funeral Home in charge of arrangemens. Survivors include widow, Mrs. Lyde Leckey; one daughter, Miss Sue Allene Leckey; one son, William Red Leckey, all of Plant City; one sister, Mrs. Bessie Lee Davis, Waynesboro, Va. Active pallbearers include: Charles H. Davis, Loyd Davis, Glenn Knight, Alva Miller, Fred Miller and Harley Miller. Honorary, Gilder Pate, W. L. Powell, Jr., Sam Sugarman, John McCann, Ray Lopez and Vernie Robbins. They are requested to meet at the church at 2:45 P.M." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"LOMASCOLO - Funeral services for Mrs. Angelina Lomascolo (Angie) age 71 of Tampa will be held Saturday twelve o'clock noon from the Chapel of Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Ltd., with interment in Garden of Memories. Survivors include her husband, Alfonso Lomascolo; daughter Grace Faulkner; brother Alfonso Montalbano; sisters, Carmen Mendez and Theresa Pallotto; grandchildren Tina Embrey, Theresa LaBarbera, Alex Encinosa, Nick Arcuri, Joseph Puleo, David Rieumont and Alfonso Montalbano. The family will receive friends Friday evening 7 to 9 P.M. at the Chapel of ROEL & CURRY FUNERAL HOME, LTD. 4730 North Armenia Ave. Telephone 877-7676" Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 20, 1992, p. 7 (Florida/Metro)
"LAKE - Thomas Alexander Lake, sixty-four years old, of Limona, died Friday afternoon. The remains were sent yesterday by Undertakers Gooding & Smith to Putnam, Conn., accompanied by the widow and a brother." Published in the Tampa Tribune, March 24, 1912, p. 9.
"LUTZ, MRS. SUSELLA - Funeral services for Mrs. Susella Lutz, age 82, who passed away Sunday night after a long illness will be held at 10:30 A. M. Tuesday at the Warren Funeral Home Chapel with Elder Robert Goshorn officiating. Interment will be in Monroe Township, Ohio. Warren Funeral Home is handling arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 21, 1956, p. A2.
"RUTH N. LOWDEN, 85, of 7333 Sequola Drive, Tampa, died Wednesday. She had lived in Tampa three years, coming from New Jersey. The homemaker was of the Methodist faith. She is survived by a daughter, Doris Groves of Tampa; three grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Snipes-Glass Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 15, 1984, p. B11.
"MRS. DOROTHY M. LA SALLE - Mrs. Dorothy M. La Salle, 66, 222 Second St., Brandon, died in Tampa Thursday. A native of Canada, she was a member of the Catholic Church of the Nativity. Survivors include one son, John P. Hodgins, Arlington, Va.; one daughter, Mrs. J. J. C. Johnston, Stratford, Ontario, and one sister, Mrs. C. W. Connop, London, Ontario." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 2, 1968, p. A23.
"LEAVINE, Roy C., 76, of Ruskin. Died yesterday. Lewers and Shannon Funeral Home, Ruskin." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"RALPH R. LUDDECKE - CLEARWATER, Sept. 26 (By Staff Writer) - Ralph R. Luddecke, 70, of 1412 E. Magnolia Drive, who had been a winter resident for over four years, died yesterday at Morristown, N.J. He was a retired transportation executive for a large firm. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Elsie Luddecke, Califon, N.J.; three sons, Ralph Luddecke Jr., Houston, Texas, William F. Luddecke, Glen Ridge, N.J., Dr. Hugh F. Luddecke, Morristown; one daughter, Mrs. John F. Kelsey, Short Hills, N.J." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2.
"LEWIS - W. J. Lewis, age sixty-eight, died yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at his residence at Limona, after a long illness. Mr. Lewis was an old settler of Hillsborough county and had lived many years at Limona, where he was extensively enagaged in the growing of citrus fruits. Mr. Lewis is survived only by his wife. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from the residence, Rev. Garrison officiating, and interment will be made in the Limona cemetery under the direction of undertaker J. L. Reed." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 12, 1918, p. 5.
"ARTHUR F. LUST - CLEARWATER (Special) - Arthur Frances Lust, 73, died Friday in a local nursing home. A native of France, Mr. Lust came here two years ago from West Patterson, N.J. He was a retired silk warper in textiles. He was a member of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. C. Vander Vliet, Clearwater; two grandchildren; a great-grandchild, and a brother, Maurice Lust, West Patterson." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 24, 1963, p. A4.
"ANTONIO LO BUE - Antonio Lo Bue, 80, of 2924 Chestnut St., died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A native of Castellermina, Italy, he had been a resident of Tampa for 50 years. He was a member of the Figli de Italia and L'Unione Italiana. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Vincenzina Lo Bue; two daughters, Miss Katie Le Bue and Mrs. Mary Napoli, both of Tampa; a brother, Lorenzo Lo Bue, Trenton, N. J., and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"LLOYD LEROY 'JACK' LOCKE, 66, of Dover died Wednesday. He was a native of Indiana and a 30-year resident of the area. He was retired from General Telephone and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Dover. He is survived by his wife, Lyda; one son, Paul W. of Dover; three daughters, Jacqueline M. Miller of Lithia, Mary A. Britt of Plant City and Babara Heistand of Thonotosassa; two sisters, Eunice Branham of Dover and Eva Flores of Nappa, Calif.; one nephew; three nieces; and seven grandchildren. Haynes Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 19, 1980, p. D15.
"MRS. FREDERICK L. LUTZ - BELLEAIR, Feb. 10. - (Special) - Mrs. Frederick L. Lutz, New York city, died Feb. 8 after a heart attack, at her Belleview-Biltmore cottage. With her husband she has been coming to Belleair for 17 winters. Mrs. Lutz was active and prominent in charitable work in New York and Long Island. Survivors are her husband and a son, Walter F. Lutz of New York." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, February 11, 1942, p. 2.
"JOHN THOMAS LEWIS - John Thomas Lewis, 77, of 2710 McBerry avenue, died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Hester E. Lewis, three sons, W. H., W. G. and Clyde Lewis, of Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. W. D. Bush, Tampa; Mrs. Bertie Bush, Chicago, and Mis Helen Lewis, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Jim Hewett, Tampa; six grandchildren and a great-grandchild." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 4, 1942, p. 2. Also, funeral notice: "LEWIS, JOHN THOMAS - Funeral services for John Thomas Lewis, 77, resident of 2710 McBerry ave., who died Monday at a Tampa hospital, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon company funeral home, the Rev. J. Earl Lewis of Belmont Heights Baptist church to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Palbearers: W. H. Alderman, L. J. Terrell, Joe Barker, Ben Wiles, Clande Rivers and Tommie Koonce. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Hester E. Lewis; three sons, W. H., W. G. and C. J. Lewis, of Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. W. D. Bush, Tampa; Mrs. Bertie Goff, Chicago, Ill., and Miss Helen Lewis, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Jim Hewett, Tampa; six grandchildren and a great grandchild." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, August 5, 1942, p. 2.
"EDMUND MIGUEL LEE - BRADENTON, April 29. - (Special.) - Edmund Miguel Lee, 75, pioneer resident of Manatee county, died here today. He was born at Terra Ceia, June 1, 1864. He is survived by 10 children." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"LANCTOT, Armand, 77, of 2305 Eldred Dr., a resident of the area for 25 years, died Saturday. F.T. Blount Co., Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"MRS. LULA LASSITER - Mrs. Lula Lassiter, 48, died yesterday at her home, 119 W. North st. She had been a resident of Tampa 35 years. Survivors are her husband, Harvey Lassiter, Tampa; two sons, Nat Futch, Miami and Walter Futch, New York; a sister, Mrs. Lily Wagner, New York." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"LUSTER, Roland C., 71, of 4514 W. Carmen, an inspector for the City of Tampa and resident of the area for 22 years, died Saturday. Curry's Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"MRS. GLADYS L. LOPEZ - EVERGLADES, Sept. 26. - (Special) - Mrs. Gladys Leona Lopez, 54, of Everglades, died of a heart attack here this week." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"LAKE - Mrs. S. S. Lake of No. 3117 Horatio street and her young son, died in a local hospital Thursday night. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the chapel of F. T. Blount, Rev. C. W. Duke officiating. Interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery. The deceased is survived by a husband, S. S. Lake, three daughters, Marion, Lois and Vivian, one son, S. S. Lake, jr., and a sister, Mrs. G. V. Primrose of Tampa. Pall bearers at the funeral will be E. H. Morse, G. V. Primrose, Leland Buchanan and Charles Cloversettle." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1923, p.16.
"LLOYD, MR. AARA ROBERT - Mr. Aara Robert Lloyd, 49, of 3108 Paul Ave., passed away in a local hospital Saturday. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Faith Temple, 950 5th Ave. South, St. Petersburg, with Rev. Charles M. Leaming officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Petersburg. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Lloyd, of Tampa; three sons, Donald Lloyd, Robert Lloyd, James Lloyd all of Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Joanne Swanson of Fairmont, W. Va., Mrs. Roberta Simcox of St. Petersburg; three brothers, Elmer L. Lloyd of Wheeling, W. Va., Harley Lloyd of Cincinnati, Ohio, Deward Lloyd of Parisburg, Va. Arrangements by F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"HENRY LASTINGER - Henry B. Lastinger, 74, of 808 East Diana, died Monday in a local hospital. He had resided in Tampa all his life. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Leta Lastinger, Tampa; one daughter, Mrs. W. A. Sterling, Lithia, and two sons, Gordon B. Lastinger, Immokalee, and Loyd G. Lastinger, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"THOMAS LANGILLE - Thomas Langille, 62, of 1610 Morgan St., died Thursday night in a Tampa hospital. A native of Maine, he had resided in Tampa for a year. Mr. Langille is survived by one sister, Mrs. G. L. Gibson of Milltown, Maine." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"LILLER, Llewellyn Lewis, 76, of Wauchula died Friday. Curry Raley Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"MRS. LIVIA LOLA LYNN - Mrs. Livia Lola Lynn, 76, 112 East Lambright, died yesterday at her residence. A native of Marion County, West Virginia, she had lived here 33 years and is survived by her husband, S. G. Lynn of Tampa, two brothers, Lloyd Garlow and L. L. Garlow of Fairmount, W. Va." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 19, 1958, p. A10.
"FRANK LETO - Frank Leto, 55, of 2311 Arch St., died yesterday morning at a local hospital. A native of Tampa, he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lena Pitisci Leto; a brother, Royce Leto, and two nephews, Julio and Joseph Giovinco, all of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"LANE - Funeral services for Mr. John F. Lane, age 76, 5106 Zion St., will be held at 1:00 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. The Rev James W. Knorr, pastor of the Interbay United Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park where funeral services will be conducted by V.F.W. Post No. 424. A native of Staten Island, N.Y., Mr. Lane was a veteran of World War I and had lived in Tampa for the past 26 years. He was a member of V.F.W. Post No. 424, Tampa, and is survived by his wife, Margaret C. Lane; a son, George Porter, Ketchikan, Alaska; a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Chapman, Staten Island, N.Y., and six grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 18, 1973, p. 7-D.
"LONGSTAFF, MRS. CHARLOTTE - Mrs. Charlotte Longstaff, 82, died Friday at her home, 702 E. Lake Avenue. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Annie Harrison, of England; and two brothers, William Thompson, England, and John Thompson, of Tampa. Spritual services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Greenman Home with Mrs. H. L. Whitney in charge. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Services at Myrtle Hill in charge of Poinsettia Rebekah Lodge No. 20 I. O. O. F. Pallbearers will be selected from Poinsettis Lodge Members." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"LEE, FRED - Funeral services for Mr. Fred Lee, 56, of 3215 4th Ave., will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Lord and Fernandez chapel. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Rev. Babb H. Adams, pastor, Orient Park Baptist Church, officiating." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"LARCOMBE, Lidamae F., 75, of Lake Lindsey 20 years. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home, Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"LAWRENCE, Gary S., Jr., 53, of Brooksville. Died Monday. A parts manager for Troy Tractor Co. in Brooksville. Turner Home for Funerals, Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"MRS. LENA LUNEBURG - Mrs. Lena Beatty Luneburg, 75, of 701 Zack St., died last night at a local hospital. Mrs. Luneburg was born in Hillsborough County and was the daughter of John and Martha Dopp, pioneer settlers of this part of the county. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Henry L. Emerson, and a grandson, Paul H. Emerson, both of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"IN MEMORIUM - In remembrance of Dorothy Cannon Lawson, who departed this life on Thanksgiving Day 1973. For a great portion of her life she devoted her energies in the unselfish service of the people of Hillsborough County. May her rewards be as great as she deserves. Gratefully remembered - Jim and Anne." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 3, 1974, p. 7D.
"FRED E. LEWIS - Fred E. Lewis, 77, Gibsonton, died Thursday. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Nellie Lewis; three sons, Harold C., Roger E. and Robert C. Lewis, Michigan; one daughter, Mrs. LeVera Knowles, Tampa; one brother, Ernest Lewis, California; one Ohio; 18 grandchildren and three great grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 12, 1966, p. A15.
"LEE, Everette H., 68, formerly of Sebring, died Sunday. Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"LEO, SALVATORE D. - Fuenral services for Mr. Salvatore D. Leo, 67, of 2037 E. Wilder Ave., will be held at 10:00 o'clock this morning from the Epiphany of Our Lord Catholic Church at which time a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul by Rev. Father Joseph Daly, C.Sa.R. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME, 6718 No. Armenia Ave., in charge of arrangements." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"LEON, MRS. HOPE - Funeral services for Mrs. Hope Leon, 47, of 2607 Nassau St., will be held Wednesday at 2 P.M. from the A.P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia Ave.) with interment in Colon Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Vincent Leon, a daughter, Mrs. Vilma Martinez, two sons, Heinaldo and Robert Leon, three brothers, Reinaldo, Florencio and Elizardo (Frank) Lara, also two grandchildren, Kenneth and Melanie Leon. THE FAMILY WILL BE AT THE CHAPEL TUESDAY 8 P.M. TO 9 P.M. TO RECEIVE FRIENDS, AND A ROSARY WILL BE RECITED AT 8:30 P.M." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"LEIPZIG, JOHN S. - The remains of Mr. John S. Leipzig, 46, of 1709 E. Wood St., will be shipped this morning to the Novitzke Funeral Home, Park Falls, Wis., for funeral services and interment in Nola Cemetery, Park Falls. Local arrangements are in charge of SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME, 6718 N. Armenia Ave." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1970, p. A23.
"LONES, Jack E. Jr., 15, of New Port Richey, died Tuesday of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Padgett Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"MANUEL LACA - Manuel Laca, 57, of 2510 Fifteenth avenue, died yesterday at a hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Rosalia Laca; two sons, Manuel Laca, jr., and Alfonso Laca, and two daughters, Mrs. Clara Palermo and Mrs. Carmela Branas, all of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 26, 1940, p. 2.
"JOHN W. LAMB - ZEPHYRHILLS, Oct. 30 - (Special) - John W. Lamb died here Saturday morning." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"BUDDY J. LATHAM, 67, of Tampa died Saturday. He had lived in Tampa for more than 28 years. He was a veteran of World War II and he worked as a house mover. He is survived by his wife, Mary Frances; one daughter, Mary Ann Latham of Brent, Ala.; two stepsons, Bobby G. Noblin of Grand Forks, N.D., and Jimmy Carl Noblin of Tampa; two stepdaughters, Mary Helen Dalhback and Jean Glass, both of Tampa; nine grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"OWEN E. LOADHOLTES, SR. - FORT MEADE, Aug. 11 - (Special) - Owen E. Loadholtes, Sr., 78, pioneer Fort Meade resident and citrus grower, died at noon today in a Bartow hospital." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"LATHAM, MRS. WINIFRED BRIDGE - Funeral services for Mrs. Winifred Bridge Latham, 81, of Dade City, who passed away Sunday night at her home, will be held Friday at 2:30 o'clock in the Coleman and Ferguson Chapel with the Rev. John Campbell and the Rev. D. J. Burrell officiating. Interment will be in the Dade City Cemetery. Coleman and Ferguson Company is in charge." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"JOE LEONARD, 59, of 4106 S. Trask Boulevard, Tampa, died Sunday. He had lived in the area for most of his life. He was captain of a dredge boat, a member of the Masons and a Baptist. He is survived by his wife, Mildred; two sons, Joe of Brandon and Charles of Tampa; one daughter, Sharon Sue of Starke; six brothers, Ben, Rudy and Ralph of Gibsonton, Earnest and Troy of Tampa, and Eugene of Land O' Lakes; two sisters, Elizabeth Payne of Gibsonton and Alice Sweet of Riverview; and two grandchildren. Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"ARTHUR R. LAVOIE, 40, of Brandon died Tuesday. He was a native Tampan and a life-long resident of the area. He was a driver for the American Freight System. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1956-60. Survivors include his wife, Vivian; two sons, Clay of New Orleans and Landi of Lake City; two daughters, Lori Ann of Brandon and Ranee Lynn of Lake City; two stepsons, Gary and Randy Moore, both of Valdosta, Ga.; a stepdaughter, Vickie Chapman of Copperas Cove, Texas; his father, Arthir W. LaVoie of Palm River; his brother, Milton of Valrico; his grandmother, Ruth Hudgens; and three granddaughters. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"RUFUS 'BEN' LEONARD JR., 59, of Gibsonton died Thursday. He was a lifetime resident of Hillsborough County. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Gibsonton and a veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Leonard; four son, Rufus B. III of Dallas, Texas, Douglas A. of Adamsville, Michael W. of Balm and Gregory L. of Riverview; four brothers, Rudy of Riverview and Troy, Gene and Earnest, all of Tampa, two sisters, Elizabeth Payne and Alice Sweet, both of Gibsonton; and nine grandchildren. Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"MARY LOMERS - The body of Mary Lomers, 65, who died Feb. 27, was sent yesterday to Toledo for burial." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, March 2, 1931, p. 2.
"ARTHUR J. LLEWELLYN - COCOA, Feb. 13. - (AP) - Arthur Joseph Llewellyn, 82, former owner and operator of the Sherwood School of Music in Chicago, died at his home here yesterday. He retired 12 years ago." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"ILA N. LOVELACE, 80, of Plant City died Wednesday. She was a homemaker and lived in Plant City since 1970. She was a member of the Baptist faith. She is survived by five sons, Vertus and Roy of Tampa, Carthel and Clarence of Plant City and Billy of Beatnick Day, Mich.; one brother, Clarence Norris of Jasper, Ala.; and 11 grandchildren adn 12 great-grandchildren. Duval Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"WILLIAM HOWARD LANGFORD - Funeral services for William Howard Langford, 30, of 8012 Thirteenth street, who died Friday morning, were held yesterday afternoon from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with Dr. A. W. Mathis of the Seminole Heights Baptist church conducting the services. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph Branch, Harold Barnes, Irvin Spivey, F. H. Gant, J. W. Frazier, and R. L. Bozeman." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 22, 1932, p. 2.
"MRS. SARAH E. LEDBETTER - CLEARWATER, May 4. - (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Ledbetter, 75, of 1755 Fulton Ave., who came here in 1926 from Cooper Hills, Tenn., died last night in Morton Plant Hospital. She is survived by her husband, William P. Ledbetter, of Clearwater; three sons, Grady Ledbetter, of Tampa; Frank T. Ledbetter, of Paducah, Ky., and Fred E. Ledbetter, of Clovia, N. M.; six daughters, Miss Mary Ledbetter, Miss Edna Earl Ledbetter, Mrs. Bertha L. Brady, and Mrs. Edwin Blanton, all of Clearwater; Mrs. Charles Wilcox, Jr., of Indian Rocks, and Mrs. Anne Whitbeck, of Stockholm, Sweden; three brothers, John Cook, of Hemp, Ga.; Wilburn Cook, of Mercy, N. C., and James Cook, of Indianapolis; three sisters, Mrs. Martha Payne and mrs. Laura Payne, of Blairsville, Ga., and Mrs. Julia Pickelseimer, of Hemp." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"LEGG, MRS. GERTRUDE R. - Funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude R. Legg, 59, resident of the Tampa Bay Baptist Assembly Grounds, who passed away at a local hospital Saturday morning after a long illness, will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the Palm Avenue Baptist Church. The Rev. A. C. Abernathy and The Rev. George M. Doyle will officiate. Active pallbearers will be Spence B. Beard, T. P. McEntyre, M. J. Powers, J. W. Steward, Armand Govin and E. L. Burt. Honorary pallbearers will be Joy B. Bragg, L. P. Davenport, J. C. Godwin, Jack Haley, Kenneth Penuel, Cecil Dodson, H. A. Daughtry, E. H. Steward, Eugene Bunn, R. H. Pace, George Freeland, M. D. Howell, Hampton Powers, R. J. Martin, E. Suarez, C. L. Thomason, and E. M. Owens. Arrangements are in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"MRS. FLORENCE Y. LESLEY - Mr. Florence Yancey Lesley, 75, 114 Hyde Park Place, died Saturday afternoon at her home. She has been a resident of Tampa since 1895 and was the widow of Livingston G. Lesley. Survivors are tow daughters, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Tampa, Mrs. Judson B. Smith, Greensboro, N. C.; one son, J. Livingston Lesley, Tampa; three granddaughters, Mrs. Bruce M. Robbins, Jr., Mrs. Preston T. Garrett, both of Tampa, and Miss Shirley Smith, Greenboro, N. C.; three sisters, Mrs. C. C. Martin and Mrs, Theodore Lesley, both of Tampa, and Mrs. Lewis Bean, Silver Springs, Md.; two brothers, Ben F. Yancey and Lewis Yancey, both of Mulberry. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by J. L. Reed & Son." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"LOBO, MR. JOSE M. - Funeral services for Jose M. Lobo, 66, 117 W. 26th Ave., resident of Tampa for 47 years, who passed away at his home, Wednesday night, will be held Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, Mrs. Florence Craig of Orange Grove Presbyterian Mission to officiate. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1953, p. A2.
"JESSE LEE - WINTER HAVEN, Dec. 2. - (Special) - Jesse Lee, 57, resident here for 20 years, was found dead at his home today. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Annie Lee; two sisters, Mrs. Tom Hayward, Tampa, and Mrs. Bessie Rogers, Winter Haven; three daughters, Mrs. Bob Smith and Mrs. R. L. McCalla, jr., Winter Haven, and Mrs. Morris Anderson, Atlanta; four sons, Robert, Orlando, and Talbert, Byron and Wylie, Winter Haven; and several brothers and sisters in North Florida and the north." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"KENNETH W. LANG, 48, of Valrico died Friday. Originally from Weymouth, Mass., he came to the Bay area nine years ago. He served as vice president of production for Atlantic Sandblasting & Coatings and was a member of the Buckhorn Springs Golf & Country Club. He is survived by his wife, JoAnn; a son, Scott of Brandon; two daughters, Cindi Di Bella of Brandon and Traci Lang of Weymouth; three stepdaughters, Cindy Theryoung, Lias and Nancy Kegley, all of Brandon; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wilson Lang of South Weymouth, Mass.; a sister, Phyllis Stickney of Lakewood, Ohio; and a grandson. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 13, 1981, page 11-B.
"Former Tampan Dies in Georgia - Former Tampan Guss L. Lyle. 67, who retired as vice president of the A&P Tea Company, Southern Div., in 1960 after 41 years with the company, died Sunday in Decatur, Ga. He was a former president of the Florida Chain Stores Association and a member of the John Darling Lodge 154, F.& A.M., and the Egypt Temple Shrine of Tampa. Survivors include hsi widow, Mrs. Myrtle Lyle, Jacksonville; three sons, William L. and Loyd S. Lyle, Jacksonville, and R. Terry Lyle, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Max Leverette, Blueridge, Ga., and a brother, Ike Lyle, Crandall, Ga." Also, funeral notice: "LYLE, GUSS L. - Funeral services for Mr. Guss L. Lyle, age 67, who died Sunday will be held at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday in the Swain Memorial Methodist Church, Jacksonville. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery. HARDAGE & SONS SOUTHSIDE FUNERAL HOME, Jacksonville is in charge of arrangements. The family requests that in lieu of flowers those who wish may send a memorial to the American Heart Fund." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"MRS. M. LONGVAL - Mrs. Magdalena T. Longval, 95, of 706 Peninsular, died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. She was a native of Cuba and had been a resident of Tampa for 83 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mary Martinez and Mrs. Adelaida Sierra; one sister, Mrs. Ana Lodos; five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 6, 1967.
"JAMES J. LEONARD - James J. Leonard, 69, of 8718 N. Ashley St., died yesterday. He was a resident here three years. He was a retired engineer and was a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Gertrude E. Leonard, and a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Cameron, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 9, 1967, p. 19-A.
LOWRY, MRS. SALLIE ALLEN - Funeral services for Mrs. Sallie Allen Lowry, widow of the late Dr. C. S. Lowry of Miami, who passed away Saturday morning at a Lakeland hospital, will be held tomorrow, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence of her sister, Mrs. W. L. Lowry in Plant City. Rev. A. R. Larrick and Rev. J. S. Garner will officiate. Interment in Plant City. She is survived by her sons, C. M. Lowry of Miami and L. L. Lowry, sr., of Winter Haven; a sister Mrs. W. L. Lowry of Plant City; a granddaughter, Mrs. Allen Anderson of Orlando; a grandson, 1st Lt. L. L. Lowry, jr., U.S. army air force." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, Oct. 29, 1944.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, November 29, 1962: MRS. EDNA B. LEGATE - Mrs. Enda B. Legate, of 126 Montclair St., Brandon, died in a Plant City nursing home yesterday. A native of Florida, she had lived in Brandon for 30 years. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Frank Slawson, Brandon.
"MRS. NANCY LANE - WAUCHULA, Aug. 25. - (Special) - Mrs. Nancy Emily Lane, 82, died Thursday at her home at Limestone. A native of Georgia, she had lived in this section 50 years. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Florence Lentz, of Charlotte, N. C. and nine children. They are: Mrs. Serena Albritton, of Limestone; Mrs. Mollie Whidden, of Wauchula; John Lane, of Lily; Mrs. Rebecca Tomlinson, of Limestone; T. C. Lane, of Gainesville; E. P. Lane, and Mrs. Nellie Billups, of St. Petersburg' Mrs. S. L. Albritton and Ben B. Lane, of Lily. Funeral services will be held Sunday morning at 11 o'clock." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, August 26, 1934, p. 2.
"LANE, ALBERT LEMUEL - Funeral services for Albert Lemuel Lane, 38, a resident of 4114 North Habana, who passed away Saturday evening at a local hospital, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. A. H. Bowlus, pastor of the Old Fashioned Baptist Church, to officiate. MacDill Field will furnish full military honors. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be E. M. Manning, Clay James, Carl LeGalley, Charles Graves, Jerry Shephard and John Ames." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 14, 1954, p. 2.
"RUSSELL LaBARBERA, 77, of Tampa died Wednesday. He was retired from the Waterway Electrical Operations and attended St. Mary's Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Mary Lee; one son, Russell Jr. of Chicago; daughters, Diane Farwick of Chicago and Linda LaBono of Whitewater, Wis.; and six grandchildren. Duval Funeral Home, Northside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"DOROTHY DRAKE LEE, 61, of Tampa died Tuesday. She was a native of Atlanta and a 57-year resident of the Bay area. She was a member of the Social Order of the Beauceant Assembly No. 208 and was a Hillsborough school bus driver for 25 years. She is survived by her husband, Roy; two sons, Robert E. of Tampa and James W. of Tallahassee; two sisters, Helen Eubank and Frances Poss, both of Tampa; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"LAMB, GARY LOUIS, JR. - Funeral services for Gary Louis Lamb, Jr., age 27, who died suddenly Monday, will be held at the First Methodist Church in Sebring Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Dr. E. F. Carwithen officiating. Interment will be in Pinecrest Cemetery, Sebring. He is survived by two brothers, M/Sgt. Charles Hubert Lamb, Ft. Campbell, Ky., and M/Sgt Herbert Spurgeon Lamb, Lakcland Air Base in San Antonio, Tex. Stephenson Mortuary in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"DR. WINFIELD E. LAWRENCE - Funeral services for Dr. Winfield E. Lawrence, 61, who died Saturday, will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home, 2524 palm drive, by Dr. C. W. Duke, of the First Baptist church, assisted by Dr. A. M. Bennett, of the Baptist tabernacle. Active pallbearers will be J. R. Bedingfield, Ed Blackburn, Jim Turner, Ben Sineath and E. P. Purcell. Honorary pallbearers will be D. B. McKay, A. C. Clewis, ELi Witt, M. W. Carruth, Fred Wolf and Perry G. Wall. After the services at the home the body will be placed in a receiving vault at the funeral home of F. T. Blount." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 4, 1934.
Death notice published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973: LEWIS, Miss Dorothy Elizabeth, Greenville, S.C., February 6."
"A. E. LOESCHER - TARPON SPRINGS, Feb. 18 - (Special) - A. E. Loescher, 74, of 216 Pineapple St., a resident of Tarpon Springs for 35 years, died Saturday night at a hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mae Loescher, and a son, Dr. Vernon Loescher, pastor of Congregational Church, Denver, Colo." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"URBAIN LAVOIE - Urbain B. J. LaVoie, 62, of 1707 East Henry, died in Englewood. A native of Providence, R. I., he ahd resided in Tampa for 12 years. Mr. LaVoie was a veteran of World War I and was engaged in the contracting business in Tampa. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy LaVoie, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Jacqueline Brewer, Homestead, and Mrs. Dorothy Greer, Tampa; two sisters, Miss Josephine LaVoie, East Providence, and Mrs. Jeanette MacIntosh, Providence, and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"MARIO LICCIO - Mario Liccio, 40, died yesterday at a hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the home, 2010 Thrace street. Burial will be in L'Unione cemetery. He is survived by his widow and his mother." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 31, 1931, p. 2.
"MARGARET ROSE LUMBRA, 55, of Tampadied Saturday. Born in Scranton, Pa., she came to the Bay area two years ago. She is survived by her husband, Lawrence Jr. of Garrisonville, Va.; three daughters, Margarita Winter of Syracuse, N.Y., Paula Mannise of Liverpool, N.Y., and mary Beth Lumbra of Tampa; three brothers, Lawrence Bree of Syracuse, Joseph Bree of Geneva, N.Y., and Paul Bree of Pehlps, N.Y.; three sisters, Ann Laggan of Waterloo, N.Y., Helen Lancer of Geneva and Mary Peduto of Carbondale, Pa.; five grandchildren; and a great-sunt. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, June 21, 1936: JOHN W. LYNAM - John W. Lynam, 78, died last night at the home of his son, J. J. Lynam, of 211 West Amelia avenue. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mattie Lyman; two daughters, Mrs. Lola Moad and Mrs. Mary Dyer of Jacksonville; one brother, George W. Lynam of Atlanta, and a sister, Mrs. Mary F. Flynn of Griffin, Ga.
"MRS. CLAIR M. LOVE - BRADENTON, June 5 - (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Clair Mildred Love, 53, Ellenton, died at her home this morning after a long illness. She was the wife of Moses Eugene Love, Ellenton. A native of Allen County, Ind., Mrs. Love came to Ellenton from Muncie, Ind., five years ago. She was a member of the Palmetto Seventh Day Adventist Church. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Love is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Agnes Scott, Rockville, Md., and Mrs. Imogene Crews, Sarasota; a son, Eugene Edwin Love, Muncie; two sisters, Mrs. Marie Brown, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Marguerite Hardman, Cincinnati; a brother, Harvey Ryan, Newcastle, Ind.; and three grandchildren." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"MRS. EVA MOREY LANNEAU - Mrs. Eva Morey Lanneau, 67, of 2825 Taliaferro St., died in a Tampa hospital yesterday. A native of Illinois, she had resided here for 36 years. Survivors are her husband, Charlie E. Lanneau; a son, E. M. Lanneau, Camben, Ark.; two daughters, Mrs. R. P. Bell, Jacksonville, and Mrs. H. E. Bell, West Palm Beach; a brother, B. E. Morey, Los Angeles." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 14, 1946.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, June 21, 1936: WILLIAM LEGATE - William LeGate, 77, of Brandon, died Friday morning at a local hospital. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Edna Brown LeGate, two sons, Frank M. LeGate of Jacksonville, and Edwin B. LeGate of Los Angeles, Calif. Three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
"WILLIAM A. LOVE - PLANT CITY - William A. Love, 87, of 3706A Bootbay Rd., died yesterday. A native of Alabama, he moved to Winter Haven in 1930 and came here in 1955. He was engaged in the citrus business and was a member of East Side Assembly of God Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Willie Love; three daughters, Mrs. Cleo Hobbs, Eloise; Mrs. Floretta Fenley and Mrs. Ruth Young, Winter Haven; three sons, Frank Love, Eagle Lake, Joe Love, Winter Haven; and two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Love, Eloise and Mrs. Anna Parrish, Wahneta." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"Crash Kills Man, 64 - A Land O' Lakes man was killed yesterday in a three-car wreck at Fletcher and Nebraska avenues, Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Larry Tolar reported. Tolar said John Leamon Lee, 64, Route 1, Land O' Lakes, died at University Community Hospital about 4:30 p.m. with injuries suffered in the 12:15 p.m. crash. A car driven by Peggy Ann Simmons, 21, 13110 22nd St., Apartment "E", was traveling west on Fletcher avenue and failed to stop at a sign at the intersection, Tolar said. The Simmons vehicle plowed into the side of Lee's northbound vehicle, causgin both cars to crash into the car driven by Emma Barker Stafford, 55, 3912 29th St. Mrs. Stafford was reported in satisfactory condition yesterday at University Community Hospital, Miss Simmons, who was not injured, was charged with failing to yield entering a through highway, Tolar said." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1969, p. A19.
"EDMOND J LaFORTUNE, 73, of 5109 Suwannee Ave. in Tampa, died Sunday. A native of Jaffrey, N.H., he was a retired master sergeant with the U.S. Air Force Medical Corps. He was a member of the Epiphany Congregation of Tampa. he is survived by one sister, Albina A. Davis of Lunenburg, Mass. Fletcher Funeral Home, Winchendon, Mass." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"A Sad Death - Ozona, July 14. - Our community has been saddened by the death of Mrs. C. E. Logan, which occurred at her home in Sutherland on Satruday afternoon." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, July 17, 1902.
"MRS. CARMEN LEWIS - Mrs. Carmen Lewis, 61, of 4704 10th St., died Sunday in a local hospital. A native of South America, she lived in Tampa for the last seven years. She is survived by her husband, Oliver Lewis." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"LEONARD, CHARLES ELMER - The remains of Charles Elmer Leonard, 55, resident of Tampa, who passed away Saturday afternoon at a local hospital were sent on Sunday night's train by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Leonard, Texas, where funeral services and interment will be held." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, September 9, 1946, p. 2.
"LEE, FRANK M. - Funeral services for Frank M. Lee, 79, of 501 West Euclid Ave., a resident of Tampa for 52 years, who passed away at his home Sunday, will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt at Plant Ave., The Rev. Harold Brown Hoag, rector of St. Andrews Episcopal Church, officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Lila Macfarlane Lee; a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth C. Bonfoey; a granddaughter, Beverly Kay Bonfoey, all of Tampa; and a brother, Ralph E. Lee, Asheville, N. C." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"LEITCH, WILLIAM ALEXANDER - Funeral services for William Alexander Leitch, 72, of 813 Zack St., will be held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt at Plant Ave. The Rev. M. G. Perry, associate pastor of the First Baptist Church, will officiate. Cremation will follow. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Ethel Brewer Leitch; two daughters, Mrs. F. M. McElroy and Mrs. Lewis Drolett; a son, William B. Leitch, all of San Diego, Calif. and a brother, John A. Leitch, Evanston, Ill." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"ALLEN (BILL) LAWRENCE - INVERNESS - Allen D. (Bill) Lawrence, 47, rural Lake Panasoffkee, died at the Citrus Memorial Hospital in Inverness yesterday. He was a native of Amory, Miss. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Nellie Irene Lawrence; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lawrence, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Brenda Fallace, Ridgewood, N.J., and Miss Linda Lawrence, New York; a son Airman 1.C. Allen E. Lawrence, North Dakota; two sisters, Mrs. Jewel McGuire and Mrs. Snoe Thomas, Tampa and two brothers, Ollon Lawrence, Colt, Ark. and Elvin Lawrence, Tampa. He was a member of Local 696 Carpenters Union." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 9, 1967, p. 19-A.

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"McCORMACK, John J., 76, of New Port Richey, died Wednesday. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"MULLINS, John J., 85, of Holiday, died Thursday. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"McCLELLAN, MRS. CLIFFORD - Funeral services for Mrs. Clifford McClellan of Zolfo Springs will be held on Wednesday, August 21, at 2:30 p.m. at Friendship Methodist Church southeast of Zolfo Springs. Burial will be in Friendship Cemetey under the direction of Coker's Funeral Home of Wauchula." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"MASAS, JUAN P. - Funeral services for Mr. Juan P. Masas, 70, of 2804 17th St. will be held Tuesday at 4 P.M. from the A. P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia Ave.), with interment in Centro Asturiano Memorial. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Leonor Masas; one brother and two sisters in Puerto Rico. Pallbearers Oscar Garcia, Henry Diaz, Manuel Morales, Ramon Menendez, Rene Elias, and Elpidio Caban. Rev Robert Airhart of the Wolf Settlement will officiate. The family will be at 2714 W. Ohio." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"MIDDLEBROOKS, MRS. EMILY S. - Funeral services for Mrs. Emily S. Middlebrooks, age 58, of 3111 Kensington Avenue, will be held at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning at CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605 S. MacDill Ave. The Reverend Joseph Abernathy of the First Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Orville Flemming, Sterling Matthews, Leonard V. Smith, Reese Wise, Edmond Kiser, and Lawrence Donohue." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"MOORE, MRS. OLLIE GOODSON - Funeral services for Mrs. Ollie Goodson Moore, 90, of Mango, will be held this afternoon at 2:00 P.M. at the Mango Church of Christ with Rev. R. E. Sennett officiating. Interment will follow in Seffner Cemetery. Pallbearers are Jim Watkins, Le Roy Harris, Paul Nix, Shaw Watson, Clyde C. Watson, and Daniel Davis. Survivors: four grandchildren, Homer J. Brown, Lake Worth, Mrs. Lucille Norton, Mrs. Delores Vandran, both of Tampa, Mrs. Imogene Jenkins, Bonaire, Ga.; 10 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL HOME, BRANDON." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"WILBUR F. MINSHALL - BARTOW, Aug. 25. - (Special) - Wilbur Fisk Minshall, 64, died Thursday night at his home on West Main street. Funeral services will be conducted by E. Watts Smith, presiding elder of the Methodist church Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence, and interment will be in the Oak Hill cemetery. He was born in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, and moved to Florida in 1883, making his home in Bartow for nearly 50 years. Surviving are a sister, Miss Lucy E. Minshall; two nieces, Miss Lucy A. Minshall and Miss Helen Minshall , all of Bartow; two nephews, Horace W. Minshall, of Plant City, and Ralph Minshall, of Colorado." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, August 26, 1934, p. 2.
"MAURICE E. MARTIN, 56, of 3504 El Prado, Tampa, died Friday. He worked as an architectural draftsman and attended St. Patrick's Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Donna; sons, John Erin of Tampa and Paul of Somersworth, N.H.; daughter, Lynn Ann of Somersworth; five brothers; and two sisters. J.L. Reed & Son Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"MAY, MRS. MARY A. - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary A. May, 81, who died Thursday afternoon after a long illness, will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the Hopkins Funeral Home Chapel. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Tampa, at 3:00 Saturday afternoon. Survivors include three sons, L. U. May, Jacksonville, Clint C. May, and Harry A. May, of Coronet; two daughters, Mrs. Audrey McColpin, Plant City and Mrs. B. G. Dabney, of Coronet; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be R. G. Austin, J. A. Crawford, J. M. Dampier, J. A. Miles, W. H. Taylor and W. T. Whitney." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 25, 1947, p. 2.
"HANS CONRAD MIETHE - INVERNESS, Aug. 11 - (Special) - Hans Conrad Miethe, 79, of Inverness Trailer Park, died Friday night." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"MOYER, DANIEL I. - Funeral services for Daniel L. Moyter, 74, of Sebring, will be held at the Stephenson Funeral Home chapel at 3 P.M. Saturday. The Rev. Perry B. James will officiate." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 25, 1947, p. 2.
"CONCETTA MAZZELLA, 91, of 6735 Ranger Drive, Tampa, died Thursday. She had been living in the Bay area for the past year. She was a housewife. She is survived by her daughter, Ola Mazzella; sons, Augustine, Jack and Salvatore; nine grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Town 'N Country Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"HARRIETT JANE McCURDY, 60, of 4520 S. Cooper Place, Tampa, died Thursday. She had been living in the Bay area for the past 20 years. She attended Manhattan Avenue United Methodist Church. She is survived by her son, Jack R. Jr. of Tampa; daughters, Caroline Blydenburgh of Tampa; two brothers, Thomas Graham of Tampa and George Graham of Perryville, Mo. Curry & Son Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 28, 1984, p. 7B.
"MARTIN, Mae E., 73, of Homeland died Friday. Whidden Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"MATTHEWS, Wentworth S., 87, of Lakeland died Friday. He was an area resident 17 years. Heath Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"FRANKLIN F. MEADOWS - Franklin F. Meadows, 68, 1809 1/2 Franklin St., died at Tampa Hospital Saturday morning. He is survived by two brothers, Jeptha Meadows of Tampa and Jim Meadows of Kentucky, and one sister, Mrs. Susie Nicholson, Chester, Mich." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"MRS. EVELYN MORGAN - Mrs. Evelyn Margaret Morgan, 68, 1409 East Comanche Ave., died last night at her home. Mrs. Morgan, a native of Ogden, Utah, had lived in Tampa for 27 years, and was a member of First Christian Church. She is survived by her husband, William R. Morgan, Titusville; three sons, James Edward Morgan, Tampa; Robert Dwight Morgan, Baton Rouge, La., and Richard Royal Morgan, Roanoke, Va.; a brother, Edwin Everett Miller, Titusville; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Palm Springs, Calif., and six grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 1, 1959, p. A8.
"HERBERT L. McCONNELL - Herbert I. McConnell, formerly of Mobile, Ala., and for the last three years a resident of Bradenton, died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Mary Goldsby McConnell, Mobile and Bradenton; a sister, Miss Stella H. McConnell, and a brother, Rosco McConnell, Birmingham, Ala." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 4, 1942, p. 2. Also, funeral notice: "McCONNELL, HERBERT L. - The remains of Herbert L. McConnell, who died Monday afternoon in a local hospital were sent to Mobile, Ala., yesterday afternoon where funeral services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock. Burial will be in Pine Crest cemetery. Mr. McConnell, a former resident of Mobile has resided in Bradenton for the past three years. Arrangements were in charge of B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, August 5, 1942, p. 2.
"RAFAEL MACHIN - Rafael Machin, 84, of 1649 26th Ave., a resident of Tampa for the past 61 years, died at his residence last night. Born in Cuba, but a U. S. citizen since 1897, Mr. Machin was a retired cigar maker. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rose Machin, a daughter, Mrs. Hipolito Gonzalez, and a grandson, Edgar Gonzalez, all of Tampa. He was a member of Universal Lodge No. 178, F. & A.M., and Woodman of the World." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"WILLIAM MOTT - William Levy Mott, 71, of 2709 East Louisiana Ave., died Wednesday night in a local hospital. A native of La Crosse, he had resided in Tampa for the last 39 years. He was a retired pipefitter. Mr. Mott is survived by his widow, Mrs. Annie Mott, Tampa; two sons, J. B. Mott and Russell R. Mott, both of Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. Murray Spivey, Mrs. Vera Dery, and Mrs. Nadine Dery, all of Tampa; four sisters, Mrs. Belle Lowman, Williston, and Mrs. Iszola Weaver, Mrs. B. S. McKendree and Mrs. G. F. Finn, all of Tampa, and 14 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"HAROLD F. McINTYRE - CLEARWATER, Aug. 17. - (By Staff Writer) - Harold F. McIntyre, 62, of 1615 North Betty Land, retired contractor who came here three years ago from Somerville, Mass., died today in Morton Plant Hospital. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Louise A. McIntyre, Clearwater, and a daughter in the North." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"ARCHIE F. McNEILL - GAINESVILLE, Aug. 17. - (Special) - Archie Franklin McNeill, 56, of this city, died Tuesday night in a local hospital after an extended illness." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"MURPHREE, CHARLES O. - Funeral services for Charles O. Murphree, 59, of 1402 Bayvilla Place, will be held in Midville, Georgia, under the direction of Rhodes Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements by J. L. Reed & Son, Bayshore Blvd. & Plant Avenue." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"FRANK A. McCAMMON - Frank A. McCammon, 67, 6704 Harer, died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Baltimore, he had lived here for 20 years and was a self-employed painter. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ella McCammon, Tampa; two brothers, Alfred McCammon and Calvin Burrier, Baltimore; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Boyd, Baltimore, and Mrs. Mildred Corbett, Tampa, and several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 1, 1959, p. A8.
"JOHN J. McMORROW, 60, of Tampa died Thursday. He was a 25-year resident and an audio engineer for WTVT-TV. He was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Esther; three sons, Richard, Robert and John Jr.; one daughter, Susan Hernandez; his mother, Jennie Campbell; two sisters, Elizabeth and Janice; six grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 19, 1980, p. D15.
"MRS. ELIZABETH MULLIS - Mrs. Elizabeth Mullis died early yesterday morning and funeral services and burial were yesterday afternoon at Lake Carroll cemetery. Mrs. Mullis is survived by three sons, John A. Robert and Joe Mullis; a daughter, Mrs. Susie Wannamaker; six brothers, Arthur D., John, George, Robert, Andrew D., and Philix H. Lynn; two sisters, Miss Mary Lynn and Mrs. Susie Mills; 23 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Milton Hale, Roland Vetzel, Emmitt Harnege, Blake Griffin, Robert Faison and Charles Deshamp." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 24, 1932, p. 2.
"McKENDREE, Arthur H., 35, of Marietta, Ga., died Wednesday. He was a native of Pasco County. Richardson Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"MEYER, Rossie, 82, of Zephyrhills. Died Sunday. A retired plant guard for Ford Motor Co. Lair-Kelly Funeral Home, Zephyrhills." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"AUBREY M. MORTIMER - Aubrey M. Mortimer, 66, winter visitor to Tampa for the last few years, died at a hospital in Baltimore Thursday. He was a resident of Brunswick, Md. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Lorena Lohr. Burial was at Knoxville, Md., Sunday." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 4, 1942, p. 2.
"MORSE, Ethel F., 98, of New Port Richey died Friday. She was a native of Concord, N.H. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"JOHN MORALES - John B. Morales, 69, 2721 Morgan St., died yesterday afternoon at his residence. A native of Key West, Mr. Morales lived in Tampa for the last 23 years. He was a bank accountant and a veteran of World War I. Besides his widow, Mrs. Maria Morales, he is survived by six sisters, Mrs. Zoila Pividal, Mrs. Grace Mendoza, Mrs. Alice Valliana, Mrs. Estella Morales, all of Tampa, and Mrs. Aurelia Ochar, and Mrs. Aurora Perez, both of New York." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"MICHAEL McQUADE - Michael Joseph McQuade, 48, 1705 Wildwood Court, died August 12, aboard the SS Stella Lykes. He was a veteran of World War II, and a Catholic. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Celia McClay and Mrs. Elizabeth Doherty, Tampa, and Mrs. Kathleen Morea, Jackson Heights, L.I., New York, and two brothers, Bernard McQuade, Hallandale, and Terrance McQuade, Flushing, N.Y." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 22, 1969, p. A23.
"MacKILLOP, DANIEL J. - Funeral services for Daniel J. MacKillop, 83, of Avondale Estates, Georgia, will be held under the direction of the A. S. Turner & Sons Funeral Home, Decatur, Georgia. Arrangements by J. L. Reed & Son, Bayshore Boulevard and Plant Avenue." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"MOSELEY - The funeral of Charles Scott Moseley, who died at Limona Sunday, was held yesterday morning at his residence and burial was in the Limona cemetery under the direction of J. L. Reed. He was ninety years old and leaves three sons, C. O. Moseley of Limona, Carl Moseley of New York, who was at his bedside, and H. R. Moseley of the United States navy, also a daughter, Miss Florence V. Moseley, of Limona. His wife died a year ago last August." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 19, 1918, p. 12. Also: "CHARLES S. MOSELEY DIED SUNDAY AT LIMONA - Was Foremost Authority on Watchmaking Machinery in United States and One of Founders of Limona - LIMONA, Nov. 20. - (Special) - Charles S. Moseley, aged ninety years, died at his home at Limona Sunday and his funeral occurred there Monday. He was a widower, Mrs. Moseley dying in August, 1917. He is survived by three sons - Claude S. Moseley of Limona, Karl Moseley, an artist of New York, and Halleck P. Moseley, of the engineering staff of the United States navy; and one daughter, Miss Florence Moseley, of this place. The deceased was a native of Westfield, Mass. Mr. Moseley was perhaps the most nted authority on watchmaking machinery in the United States. He was the first superintendent of the great Elgin watchmaking plant at Elgin, Ill., and held that position for forty years. He invented many appliances now in use in standard watches and even after his retirement some years ago and almost up to the time of his death he was still a student of watchmaking and invented several new appliances." He was owner of considerable citrus grove properties in this section. It was an organization of employes of the Elgin concern that laid out the townsite of Limona and he was one of the original investors here." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 20, 1918, p. 4.
"WILLIAM JOSEPH MARTIN - William Joseph Martin, 62, of 2507 State St., died Sunday morning at local hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eva A. Martin; two daughters, Miss Diane Marie Martin, Tampa and Mrs. Adeline Lemoge, Mass.; a brother, Harry Martin, and a sister, Mrs. James Daly, Springfield, Mass." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"DEBRA KAY METTS - Debra Kay Metts, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Metts, 6908 N. Brevard, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. Other survivors include one sister, Mrs. Richard Cameron, Tampa; two brothers, Richard Metts and Bobby Metts, both of Tampa, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bowyer, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 17, 1961, p. 2.
"MRS. AGNES MEARES - CLEARWATER, June 3. - (Special) - Mrs. Agnes Little Meares, 56, wife of Harry E. Meares, of Oakhurst, a descendant of one of the pioneer families of that community died in a St. Petersburg hospital yesterday. She came to Florida 17 years ago from Scranton, Pa. She was a member of the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Clearwater. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. W. A. Frenz, Portland, Ore.; two sons, W. Albert Meares, Tampa, and Ted Meares, Miami, and a brother, Richard Little, II, publisher of the Scranton (Pa.) Tribune and Scrantonian." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"YOUNG BOY KILLED AS HE LIGHTS CIGARETTE - Trigger of gun strikes, exploding shell - John Monroe, of the vicinity of Fort Meade, Dead When Companion Reached Him - FORT MEADE, Jan. 4. - (Special) - John Monroe, a fourteen-year-old boy, was shot and instantly killed by the charge of his own gun while hunting near here today. Young Monroe, who was hunting with Clyde Daniels, was resting and set his gun down to light a cigarette. The trigger struck against some irrigation piping at the Varnell farm and fired the shell. The charge entered Monroe's head behind the ear. Young Daniels, who was standing only a few feet away, found his companion dead when he reached him." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, January 5, 1916, p. 13. Also: "REMAINS OF VICTIM OF SAD ACCIDENT BURIED - Sorrowing Friends Attend Funeral of John Monroe - FORT MEADE, Jan. 6. - (Special) - John Monroe, Jr., the fifteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Monroe, Sr., who accidently shot himself with his own gun while out hunting at Varnell Farm Tuesday, was buried at Evergreen Cemetery yesterday morning. The accident is deeply deplored and the father and mother and three sisters and one brother of the unfortunate boy have the sympathy of friends." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 7, 1916, p. 7.
"MOSELEY, CLARA B. - Mrs. Clara B. Moseley, 74, of Limona, passed away early Sunday morning after a long illness, at the home of a friend. Mrs. Moseley was a native of Connecticut, and had resided here for over 55 years. She is survived by a foster-daughter, Mrs. Edythe E. Coler, of Clearwater, and 2 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the F. T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 21, 1948, p. 2.
"LILLIATE B. McCULLOUGH - Lilliate B. McCullough, 57, died yesterday at his home, 6815 Florida avenue. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ada McCullough; five daughters, Mrs. G. G. Hendrix, Mrs. Edwin Hall, Mrs. Melvin Vonaxelson and Miss Eunice McCullough, of Tampa, and Mrs. T. E. Harper, of Dunnellon; a son, C. L. McCullough, of Dade City; his father, Charles McCullough, of Vidalia, Ga.; five sisters, Mrs. Agnes Newman, Mrs. Kay Williams, Mrs. Nettie Bryant, Mrs. Lona Thompson and Mrs. Lula Taylor, and two brothers, John McCullough and Noah McCullough." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 1, 1938, p. 2.
"MOSELEY, HALLOCK PRESTON - Mr. Hallock Preston Moseley, age 73, of Limona, passed away Monday morning. Funeral services will b held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, at the Chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, with The Rev. C. W. A. Bredemier, pastor of the Limona United Brethren Church, officiating. Cremation will follow. Survivors include, one brother, Karl Moseley and one daughter, Miss Julia Moseley both of Limona." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 21, 1956, p. A2.
"McDOWELL, MRS. NELLIE V. - Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie V. McDowell, 68, resident of 204 1/2 West Ross Ave., who passed away Thursday at St. Louis, Mo., will be announced later by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. She is survived by one son, Charles McDowell, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Patterson, Tampa; Mrs. Don Pendino, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Parlee Eley, St. Louis, Mo.; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1948, p. A4.
"MUELLER, MRS. MARGARETA - Funeral services for Mrs. Margareta Mueller, 62, resident of rural Tampa, who passed away Wednesday night at her home, will be held Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. Royall A. Yount to officiate. The remains will be cremated." Published in the Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1948, p. A4.
"FRANK MISTRETTA, a former Tampan died OCt. 18 in Daytona Beach. He was a native of Tampa and was a motel owner and founder and owner of the Atlantic Marble and Tile Co. of Tampa. He was a former president of the Hotel and Motel Association. He was a veteran of World War II and built many hotels in Daytona Beach. He was a life member of the Elks Club. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn W.; a brother, Joesph C.; three sisters, Katie Longo, Rose Parrino and Lena Giglio. Roel and Curry Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"FELIX MENENDEZ - Feliz Menendez, 31, of 1207 Eleventh avenue, died yesterday morning at a Tampa hospital. He is survived by his father, Rafael Menendez; his wife, Mrs. Alejandrina Menendez; three brothers, Jose, Rufino and Antonio Menendez, and two sisters, Mrs. Juana Fernendez, and Mrs. Teresa Perez, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"CLIFFORD E. MOORE, 74, of Thonotosassa died Monday. He was a native of Rensselaer, N.Y., and lived most of his lifetime in the Thonotosassa area. He was a welder. He was a member of the John Darling Masonic Lodge No. 154 F.&A.M. and the Tampa Consistory of the Scottish Rite. Survivors include his daughter, JoAnne Whale; a brother, Carlyle Moore of Tampa; and three daughters, JoAnne Whale; a brother, Carlyle Moore of Tampa; and three grandchildren. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"ROSARIO MONTALBANO - Rosario Montalbano, 70, 4010 Lemon St., died yesterday in a Tamoa hospital. A native of Italy, he had lived in Tampa 55 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alfonsina Montalbano; two daughters, Mrs. Rose Carteno and Mrs. Jeanie Protano; a son, Frank Montalbano, and six grandchildren. He was a retired cabinetmaker." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 12, 1966, p. A15.
"W. M. MIETTE - Funeral services for W. M. Miette, 70, who died Sunday, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son. The Rev. F. Barnby Leach, of the Seaman's Church institute, will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 13, 1932, p. 2.
"WILLIAM C. MARX - William C. (Bill) Marx, 50, Lutz, died Wednesday. A native of Evansville, Ind., he had lived in the Tampa area four years. He was a member of the Baptist Church and was service representative for Northgate Ford in Tampa. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Vivian Marx; two sons, David Marx, U.S. Navy, and Kenneth Paul Marx, Laramie, Wyo.; four sisters, Mrs. Robert West, Tampa, and Mrs. Genevieve Ritzert, Mrs. Clara Lee and Mrs. Agnes Oschman, Evansville, Ind., and three brothers, Carl Marx, Bloomington, Ga.; Norman Marx, Evansville, Ind., and Larry Marx, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 2, 1968, p. A23.
"HOWARD McGEOUCH - LAKELAND, April 11. - (Special) - Howard McGeouch, who died early today in Floral Park, Long Island, N. Y., was formerly a resident of Lakeland. His wife was director of the First Baptist choir while here." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 12, 1932, p. 2.
"BOYIE MOHAMMED, 45, of Riverview, died Tuesday of injuries sustained in an auto accident in Maryland. The self-employed produceman had lived in the Bay area 4 1/2 years. He is survived by his wife, Nora; three sons, Ray, Lucas and David, all of Riverview; three daughters, Susie Glisson of Tampa, Felicia and Patricia Mohammed, both of Riverview; his mother, Kulsum of Trinidad, West Indies; two brothers, Aziz of New York and Shaik of Brandon; four sisters, Amina Singh of New York, Zalina Mohammed, Rosina Lutchman and Feroza Karim, all of Trinidad, West Indies. Hamilton Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 15, 1984, p. B11.
"MRS. ESTHER M. MCCOLLUM - PLANT CITY, Nov. 27. - (Special) - Mrs. Esther Mae McCollum, 94, of Plant City died Saturday in Plant City hospital after an illness of several months. She is survived by her sons, Ernest McCollum, Everett, Wash.; Ross McCullom, Plant City, and Dr. Neil J. McCullom, West Frankfort, Ill., 10 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"METZLER, Lorraine, 56, of Brandon. A native of Maryland and a resident of the Tampa area 20 years. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"MYERS, MRS. ALICE MARGUERITE - Mrs. Alice Marguerite Myers, a resident of Zephyrhills, passed away Tuesday in Dade City Hospital. She is survived by her husband, I. L. Myers of Zephyrhills; one son, John Holman, of Phoenix, Ariz.; two brothers, Don Gorrecht of Zephyrhills and Carl Gorrecht of Lancaster, Pa.; two nieces and two nephews, and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday at 10 o'clock at Lair's Funeral Home. Interment Oakside Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 20, 1959, p. A2.
"EDWARD W. M'DONALD - Edward W. McDonald, 67, died yesterday at his home, 113 West Plymouth street. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. John L. Adcock of Birmingham, Mrs. Laura Daniels and Miss Bertha McDonald of Tampa; two sons, E. C. and O. H. McDonald, of Tampa, and a brother, T. L. McDonald of Birmingham." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, December 6, 1935, p. 2.
"Harry Mussmeyer, Former Tampan, Dies in Texas - News was received here yesterday of the death at Port Arthur, Tex., of Harry Mussmeyer, 47, manager of the Port Arthur Tile company, and for many years a resident of Tampa. Before moving to Texas in 1929 he had lived here since 1921 at 617 West Buffalo avenue, and was associated with the Steward Mellon Tile company. Death was due to heart failure. He is survived by his wife and a daughter, Miss Margie Mussmeyer. Burial was at St. Louis, his former home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 3, 1935, p. 2.
"MORGAN, Eldean H., 61, of Sarasota died Friday. He was an area resident five years. B. Marion Reed Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"MISS DELLA McDOUGALD - WILLISTON, Aug. 20 - (Special) - Miss Della McDougald, 68, died in a Gainesville hospital yesterday after an illness of one month." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"AHAMED B. MIRZA, 82, of 3909 W. Cayuga, Tampa, died Friday. Three years ago the retired teacher came to reside in the Bay area. He is survived by his wife, Inyat; five sons; five daughters; two brothers; two sisters; 26 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Snipes-Glass Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"RICHARD J. METZGER, 69, of Tampa died Thursday. He was a lifetime resident of the Bay area. He was a member of the D.A.V. Chapter 4, the Navy Seabees Veterans of America, Island XII, and of the Catholic faith. He is survived by his wife, Hope L.; two sisters, Margaret O'Steen and Kathleen Joy Ball, both of Tampa; and several nieces and nephews. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"MARLIN, MRS. JULIA D. - Mrs. Julia D. Marlin, 84, passed away Wednesday at her home in Lakeland. Survived by a sister, Mrs. H. C. Hardin of Lakeland. Funeral services will be held Friday, 2 p.m. at the Dukes-Steen Funeral Home, Lakeland. Interment in Lakeland Memorial Gardens." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"HAROLD F. McINTYRE - CLEARWATER, Aug. 17. - (By Staff Writer) - Harold F. McIntyre, 62, of 1615 North Betty Land, retired contractor who came here three years ago from Somerville, Mass., died today in Morton Plant Hospital. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Louise A. McIntyre, Clearwater, and a daughter in the North." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"McDANIL, A. MELVIN - Funeral services for A. Melvin McDanil, 63, of Nichols, Fla., who died Tuesday morning in Bartow Memorial Hospital will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. from the chapel of the A. M. Seigler Funeral Home in Mulberry, Rev. LeRoy Harp will officiate assisted by Elder Charli Gray. Interment will be in Beulah Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"ARCHIE F. McNEILL - GAINESVILLE, Aug 17 - (Special) - Archie Franklin McNeill, 56, of this city, died Tuesday night in a local hospital after an extended illness." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 18, 1955, p. 2.
"J. EDWARD MACE, 62, of Tampa died Monday in Pinellas Park. A native of Hines, W.Va., he had lived in the Tampa Bay area since 1959, coming from Hines. He was a salesperson for God Cup Coffee Service and a singer and manager of the Gospel Troubadours. He was a member of Town & Country Nazarene Church. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn J.; two sons, Roger D. and Dennis W., both of Orlando; two brothers, James of Virginia Beach, Va., and Fred of Portsmouth, Va.; and three grandchildren. F.T. Blount Co., Nebraska Avenue Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 1, 1992, pg. 2 (Plant City sec.)
"JOHN MACHNICK, 81, of Tampa died Tuesday at Cambridge Convalescent Center. A native of Green Island, N.Y., he had lived in the Tampa Bay area since 1943, coming from New York. He was a carpenter and a member of the New Testament Church of Tampa. He is survived by one brothers, Frank of Tampa; and three sisters, Helen French of Watervliet, N.Y., Ann Wolch of Ticonderoga, N.Y., and Elizabeth Carey of Rensselaer, N.Y. Swilley Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 1, 1992, pg. 2 (Plant City sec.)
"MRS. MARGARET MACKEY - LAKELAND, Sept. 25. - (Special) - Mrs. Margaret Adams Mackay, 84, a resident of Lake Alfred and Lakeland for the past eight years, died Saturday night at a local nursing home after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"MICHAEL MELKO - CLEARWATER, Sept. 26 (By Staff Writer) - Michael Melko, 77, of 1261 S. Lake Road, who came here five years ago from Central City, Pa. and was a retired coal miner and grocer, died yesterday in Morton Plant Hospital. Survivors include a son, John Melko, Clearwater; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2.
"LOUIS MANN, ACTOR DIES - NEW YORK, Feb. 15. - (A.P.) - Louis Mann, the actor, did tonight after a short illness. He was 65 years old." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 16, 1931, p. 2.
"MOERKE, MRS. VIRGINIA E. - Funeral services for Mrs. Virginia E. Moerke, age 85, 108 West Frances, who passed away at a local hospital Wednesday morning, will be held Friday at 2 o'clock at the chapel of Walters-Howard-Farley Funeral Service with The Rev. Edwin S. Davis to officiate. Pallbearers will be Howard Kennedy, Clyde Parks, Delmas Sample, Edgar B. Walters, Joseph Hon, Archie Bauman and Henry Hohnadel. Interment in the Garden of Memories. Survivors include a son, Howard Moerke of Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Hostetter of Tampa and Mrs. Audree G. Dumser of Anaheim, Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Mildred J. Nutting of Spencer, Iowa; five grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 17, 1958, p. A2.
"Mrs. S. W. Meltzer Dies at Hospital - Mrs. Bess Meltzer, 56, a resident of Lutz since 1939, and wife of S. W. Meltzer, died last night at a local hospital. She was a member of the Orange Blossom Circle Garden Club, National Council of Jewish Women, and Temple Guild Sisterhood of Temple Schaari Zedek. Survivors besides her husband are one daughter, Mrs. Harold Plevin, of Tampa; two grandchildren, Maxine and Nancie Plevin, of Tampa; two brothers, Harry Hancel and Max Hancel, both of New York, and two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Marcus and Mrs. Lee Platner, both of New York. Funeral arrangements will be announced by J. L. Reed and Son." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, February 18, 1951, p. 10A.
"MASK, MRS. MATTIE MAE - Funeral services for Mrs. Mattie Mae Mask, 57, of Winter Gardenm will be held Wednesday at two o'clock at the First Baptist Church, Winter Garden. Rev. Fred Williams, Rev. J. R. Strickland officiating. Burial in the Winter Garden Cemetery. She is survived by husband, A. Kemp Mask; four daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Furlong, Bartow, Florida, Mrs. Dorothy Bowden, Mrs. Grace Bowden of Winter Garden, Mrs. Jean Godbold of Atlanta; one son, Larry Mask, Winter Garden, Two sisters, Mrs. J. A. Gray, Winter Garden, Mrs. J. R. Harrell, Stuart, Florida; two brothers, J. P. Wright, Leesburg, Fla., Cliff Wright, Winter Haven. Loomis Funeral Home, Winter Garden, in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"MISS PANSY MILLER - Miss Pansy F. Miller, 71, 801 E. Broad St., died Wednesday. A native of Omaha, Neb., she lived in Tampa for 13 years and was a retired U.S. Government employe." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 22, 1968, p. A23.
"ANGERLON LEE MILLS, 32, of Tampa, died Aug. 10 of natural causes. He was a lifetime resident of Tampa. He was a member of Palm River Church of God and Christ. He is survived by his parents, Ollie and Lillie Mae; two brothers, Ronnie and Ellis Mills; two stepbrothers, Elijah and Robert Allen Key; four sisters, Mary E., Donnie R., Sandra and Sebrina Mills; and a stepdaughter, Emma J. Key, all of Tampa. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"ALFRED McKEEHAN - Alfred McKeehan, 29, of 56th Street and Robies Ave., died Saturday night at Lawson General Veterans Hospital, Chamblee, Ga. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy McKeehan, a son, Mike McKeehan; his mother, Mrs. Artie L. McKeehan; two sisters, Miss Louis McKeehan and Mrs. Joe Mateo, all of Tampa; three brothers, W. O. McKeehan, Tampa; Ralph T. and L. O. McKeehan, of Knoxville, Tenn." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"MARIE C. MORRIS, 87, of Tampa, died Thursday. She had lived in Tampa since 1966. She retired from U.S. Rubber Co. as an administrative secretary. She was a member of Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church of Tampa. Snipes-Glass Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"MRS. IDA ETTE McKINNON - Mrs. Ida Ette McKinnon, 68, of 110 East Flora avenue, died last night at her reisdence. She had lived in Tampa for 17 years. She is survived by three sons, Charles D., Daniel L., and Francis C. McKinnon, all of Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. Joyce Thompson of New Orleans, La., and Mrs. Elsie Colvin, and Miss Mae McKinnon, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"SOL W. MELTZER - Sol W. Meltzer, 78, 4308 Watrous Ave., retired real estate broker, died in a Tampa hospital yesterday. He had been a resident of Tampa 25 years. He had been in the real estate business in the Lutz area for many years before his retirement. Mr. Meltzer was a native of Austria. He was a member of Temple Schaarai Zedek and John Darling Masonic Lodge 154 F&AM. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Joan Meltzer; one daughter, Mrs. Frances Plevin, Miami; two granddaughters, Miss Maxine Plevin, New York City, and Miss Nancy Plevin, Miami, and three sisters, Mrs. Barbara E. Linden and Mrs. Leona Goulding, New York City, and Mrs. Dora Kravat, Tucson, Ariz." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 16, 1963, p. A2. Also: "MELTZER, SOL W. - Funeral services for Sol W. Meltzer, 78, of 4308 Watrous Avenue, will be held this afternoon at two o'clock from the Chapel of J. L. Reed & Son, Bayshore Blvd. & Plant Avenue, with Rabbi David L. Zielonka of Temple Schaari Zedek, officiating. Interment will follow at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers are: Paul Mundy, Thomas C. Weiss, Louis Schonbrun, Frank Morgan, Sam Fraiberg and Ernest J. Stern." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"MANN - Mrs. J. A. Mann, aged fifty-six years, died yesterday at her residence at Forty-second street and Seventh avenue. Funeral services will be held at Bartow, Oct. 2, with interment in Oak Hill cemetery, Rev. R. E. Reed, pastor of the Bartow Baptist church officiating. Undertaker F. T. Blount is in charge of arrangements and pallbearers will be chosen from among friends of the family. Besides her husband, James A. Mann, the deceased is survived by two sisters, Mrs. T. A. Goods and Miss Fannie Varn, both of Bartow; by four frothers - W. L. Varn, of Santa Cruz, Cal., J. Varn of Bradentown, W. A. Varn of Lake Wales and M. L. Varn of Eagle Lake." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 1, 1920.
"MRS. ELVIA M. MACKEY - Mrs. Elvia Mae Mackey, 65, Morris Bridge Road, Tampa, died yesterday. A native of Tampa, she was a Baptist. Survivors include her husband, Mr. Andrew Mackey, of Tampa; one daughter, Mrs. Gloria Woodson, of Lowell, Fla.; one sister, Mrs. A. L. Brooks, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 15, 1967, p. A9.
"LUOLA MILEY, 86, of Tamoa died Monday. She was a native of Georgia and a 40-year resident. She was a member of the Nebraska Avenue Church of Christ. She is survived by two sons, N.L. and C.W., both of Florida; four daughters, Mrs. T.D. Taylor of Tampa, Mrs. Stanley Putnam of Sarasota, Mrs. C.O. Myers of Bartow and Mrs. J.C. Hickman of Leesburg; one sister, Mrs. H.T. Hall of Sarasota; 19 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"JAMES A. MURNANE - VENICE, Oct. 7. (Special) - James A. Murnane, 72, died at his home in Venice yesterday. A native of Baltimore, Md., he came here 13 months ago from Collinsville, Conn. He was an inspector for the Collins Axe Co., Collinsville, for 39 years. He was retired in June 1956. He was a member of Collinsville IOOF lodge. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lena E. Murnane, and an adopted son, Joseph Martel, both of Venice; one daughter, Mrs. Alice Roberts, Nokomis; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Lynch, and Mrs. Sadie Carroll, both of Baltimore, and one grandchild." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, October 8, 1957, p. 2.
"JOHN E. MULLINS - John E. Mullins, 8718 13th St., died yesterday. A native of Rutherford County, Tenn., he had lived in Tampa for 18 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Sulphur Springs. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ernestine M. Burris, Nashville; a brother, Mr. W. T. Mullins, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; two sisters, Mrs. Stanley Leverette, Murfreesboro, and Mrs. Frank Hampton, Lascassas, Tenn." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 6, 1967.
"CAMILO BELLO MARTINEZ - Camilo Bello Martinez, 66, died yesterday morning at a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the residence, 2112 Eleventh avenue. Burial will be at the Centro Espanol cemetery, under direction of W. Primo Lord. Mr. Martinez is survived by a son, Samilo Bello Martinez, and two daughters, Mrs. J. M. Valdez and Mrs. Manuel Garcia." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"MOULLO - Louis Moullo, aged twnety-seven years, died yesterday noon at a local hospital after a long illness. Funeral services are pending word from his brother, L. Moullo of Massachusetts. Undertaker J. L. Reed has charge of the remains." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, February 15, 1918.
"MRS. ELIZABETH MORGAN - Mrs. Elizabeth McCormack Morgan, 60, of 2806 Aquilla, died yesterday. She was a native of Yazoo, Miss., and had lived in Tampa 22 years. She was a member of the Methodist Church and was a teacher in the public schools of Florida 38 years. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. W. F. Walker, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"ANDERSON B. MITCHELL, 73, of Tampa died Oct. 15. Rogers Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"EDWARD S. MEDBERRY - TARPON SPRINGS, Dec. 13. - (Special) - Edward Stephen Medberry, 76, of Armington, Ill., and this city, died suddenly at Pekin, Ill., from a heart attack, according to a message received here by his daughter, Mrs. Mable Kinsey. Mr. Medberry, who was retiring from business, had planned to leave next week for this city. Besides Mrs. Kinsey, he is survived by two sons, Harold and Dean, both of Armington." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 14, 1929.
"McCULLOUGH, TOMMY RAY - Funeral services for Tommy Ray McCullough, 16, a resident of Rt. 4, Plant City, will be held at 1 P.M. Friday from the Turkey Creek First Baptist Church, with the Reverend H. D. Combee and Ken Murphey, Minister, officiating. Interment in Turkey Creek Cemetery. Gentlemen selected to serve as pallbearers are requested to please meet at the Church at 12:45 o'clock. Wells Funeral Home, Inc., Plant City, in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"MRS. EDNA MELS - Mrs. Edna Mary Mels, 64, of 8919 Ola Ave., died at her residence Monday morning. She was a native of New York and had been a resident of Tampa for one year. Survivors are her husband, Edward Mels, Tampa, and a brother, Eugene Pape, New Hyde Park, L. I., N. Y." Also, funeral notice: "MELS, MRS. EDNA MARY - The remains of Mrs. Edna Mary Mels, 64, resident of 8919 Ola Ave., who passed away at her residence Monday morning, will be sent Saturday at noon to New York City for funeral services and interment in the Lutheran Cemetery. Local arrangements are in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"MENDEZ, MISS ISABEL - Funeral services for Miss Isabel Mendez, 75, of 2340 Chestnut St. will be held Friday at 10 A.M. from the A. P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia Ave.) with interment to follow in Colon Cemetery. Survivors include a sister, Miss Cola Mendez and one brother Rolando Mendez. The family will receive friends at the RIVERSIDE CHAPEL Thursday from 6 to 7 P.M." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"MANICINI - The remains of R. F. Manicini, aged forty-six years, who died at a local hospital Wednesday afternoon, are being held by Undertaker J. L. Reed pending word from relatives." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, March 7, 1919.
"GEORGIA K. MEAD - Mrs. Georgia K. Mead, 82, of Limona died at the residence yesterday morning. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Limona cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave F. T. Blount's funeral home at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Mead is survived by a daughter, Miss Laura D. Mead of Limona." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1928, p. 2.
"ALFRED CUMMINGS MOORE - Alfred Cummings Moore, 74, of Palatka, brother of William Harris Moore, Tampa, died in Gainesville yesterday. He was a Presbyterian and a retired accountant. Other survivors include his widow, Mrs. Adella Moore, Palatka, and another brother, Oscar Arnold Moore, Union Springs, Ala." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"ANTONIO MUNIZ - Funeral services for Antonio Muniz, 54, of 920 Nineteenth avenue, who died Thursday, will be held this morning at 11:30 o'clock from the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son. Burial will be in Centro Asturiano cemetery. Honorary pallbearers will be Blas G. Rodriguez, Tomas Carbonell, Joe Puglise, Manuel Menendez, Jose A. Santonie, Felix Palaez, Jose A. Longon, Geronimo Orestano, Inocencio Toral and Jose A. Vila. Active pallbearers will be Bernabe Diaz, Antonio Muniz Jove, Manuel Garcia, Jose Y. Alonzo, Savero La Fuente and N. Cortina. Active pallbearers are members of I.O.O.F. lodge No. 55, of which Mr. Muniz was a member, and services will be in charge of the lodge." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 31, 1930, p. 1-2.
"ROBERT LEE MILLER - OCALA, Aug. 11 - (Special) - Robert Lee Miller, 69, lifetime resident of Ocala, died Friday." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"D. D. McCLAUMMIA - Funeral services for D. D. McClaummia who died at his residence, 1601 Thirty-fourth street, Thursday morning, were held at the Woodlawn cemetery yesterday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. The Rev. A. L. Rawls of the Tenth Avenue Baptist church officiated. Mortician F. T. Blount was in charge." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, November 6, 1926.
"J. J. MILLER - J. J. Miller, father of Mrs. Pandy Pryor, 209 West Frierson avenue, died at his home in Louisville last night. Mrs. Pryor will leave today to attend funeral services." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 25, 1937, p. 2.
"MYERS, JACQUELINE DIANNE - Funeral services for Jacqueline Dianne Myers, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Myers, resident of 7001 Interbay Blvd., who passed away at a local hospital Sunday morning, were held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Interment was in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"MORRIS - Funeral services over the remains of Harold Miner Morris, aged forty years, who died Tuesday at his residence, No. 107 West Warren avenue, were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of J. L. Reed. Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morris, he leaves one brother, Frank Morris. Rev. C. A. Stroup conducted the services. Interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery. Following is a list of pallbearers: Joseph Kirk, Clyde Hicks, T. J. Carruthers, Charles R. Sparrow, William Mathews and James Mansfield." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, March 7, 1919.
"CLAUDE MOSELEY - Claude Moseley, 77, of Limona, died in a hospital Thursday night. Born in Elgin, Ill., he had resided here for 65 years and before he retired was engaged in the citrus business. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Moseley of Limona; two brothers, Karl Moseley and Hallock Moseley of Limona; a sister, Miss Florence Moseley of Limona, and a niece, Mrs. Julia Moseley Rich, of Limona." Also, funeral notice: "MOSELEY, CLAUDE - Mr. Claude Moseley, 77, of Limona, passed away in a local hospital Thursday evening. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the F. T. Blount Funeral Home, with Rev. Lula Shields of Evangelical United Brethren Church of Limona officiating. Interment will be in Limona Cemetery. Pallbearers will be J. G. Barrow, George Brown, West Brown, E. L. Seymour, Elmer Steele and R. O. Shine. Mr. Moseley is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Moseley of Limona; two brothers, Karl Moseley and Hallock Moseley of Limona; a sister, Miss Florence Moseley of Limona, and a niece, Mrs. Julia Moseley Rich of Limona." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"MOSS, VIRGIAL HENRY - Virgial Henry Moss, 50, of Orient Park, passed away in a local hospital Thursday. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the chapel of F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, with The Rev. Warren S. Densmere, of St. Mary's Episcopal Chapel, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. Active pallbearers will be E. R. Kerwood, Jack S. Norton, Dave Mitchell, H. C. Kelly, R. K. Payton and Russell Hartwick. Honorary pallbearers are Dr. E. F. Grillo, M. J. Fletcher, L. B. McSwain, John Moore, Mark Moyer, Ed Safreed, Russell Hartwick, William H. Harmon, Leonard Daniels and Fritz Hedrick. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Helen Moss, of Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Burdick, of Montclair, N. J.; two sisters, Mrs. George W. Walbert, of Tampa, and Mrs. W. R. Langley, of Daytona Beach; five brothers, Shelton Moss, with Merchant Marine; Opie Moss, of Arkansas; Morris Moss, of Canada; DeRosey Moss, of Ruskin, and John Moss, of California, and two grandchildren." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"NORMAN W. MOWBRAY - ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 26 - (Special) - Norman W. Mowbray, World War veteran, died at a local hospital here today. Only survivor is a daughter, Dorothy N. Williams, of Bradenton." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"METEYE - Edward Meteye, Jr., eleven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meteye, of College Hill, died yesterday at a local hospital. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock with interment in the College Hill Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 4, 1914, p. B1.
"JOHN MARTIN - John Lewis Martin, 93, of 5213 36th Ave., S., died Wednesday. He was a native of New York and was a Protestant. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. John Getsy, Tampa; Mrs. Dwight Roberts, Miami, and Mrs. Anthony Majestic, Long Island, New York; a son, John Martin Jr., New Carrollton, Md., and a sister, Miss Anna Martin, Brooklyn." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 22, 1969, p. A23.
"McKENZIE, ROBERT - Robert McKenzie, 80, 407 Kay St., died Saturday at a hospital. Services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt at Plant Ave.; interment to be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"JAMES S. MACARTAN - FROSTPROOF, April 1, (Special) - James S. Macartan, 50, of Frostproof, died Monday afternoon at the Lake Wales hospital. he was in the construction business and had been a resident of Frostproof seven years. Mr. Macartan was a member of the Presbyterian Church and the Loyal Order of the Moose. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary E. Macartan; daughter, Miss Mary Ellen Macartan, Largo; son, James H. Macartan, Tampa; mother, Mrs. Margaret S. Macartan, Frostproof; brother, Neill D. Macartan, Winter Park, and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 2, 1958, p. 2.
"MRS. ELLA M. MARTIN - Mrs. Ella M. Martin, 77, died Monday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. S. Myrick, of 1901 N. B. street. The body will be sent today at 1 o'clock by Mortician F. T. Blount to Henderson, N. C. Mrs. Martin is survived by three daughters, Mrs. L. M. Whitehead of Norfolk, Mrs. R. W. Robertson, of Henderson, and Mrs. P. S. Myrick, of Tampa; two sons, H. E. of Salisbury, N. C., and W. L. Martin, of Greensboro, N. C." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, January 12, 1927, p. 20.
Death notice published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973: "METCALFE, Henry C., 79, 216 Asharoken Blvd., Bayshore, N.Y., February 5."
"E. B. MOSELEY - WAUCHULA, June 25. - (Special) - E. B. Moseley, 78, prominent farmer and citrus grower, died at his home near here today. He had lived here 25 years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Eliza Moseley; five daughters, Mrs. Bertha Brewer, Mrs. Florence Osborn, Mrs. Lizzie Albritton and Mrs. Mazie Moseley, all of Wauchula, and Mrs. Maggie Bennett, Coffeeville, Ala., and five sons, Ernest, John, Jesse, Norman and Oscar Moseley, all of Wauchula." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 26, 1940, p. 2.
"MALINOWSKI, Veronica, 94, of New Port Richey, died Tuesday. Thompson Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"AGNES MARIE MILLS, 62, of Riverview, died Tuesday. She had lived in the Bay area 33 years, coming from Cincinnati. The homemaker attended Mary Help of Christians Church. She is survived by her husband, Glen W.; three sons, Bill Zacharias of Ludlow, Ky., Kim Steiner of Thonotosassa, Glenn E. Mills of Riverview; her mother, Marie Ranz of Covington, Ky.; a brother, Earl Ranz of Covington, Ky.; and three grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Riverview." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"HERBERT A. MULLENS, 66, of Tampa, died Tuesday. He had lived in Tampa eight years. The retired retail salesman was a World War II veteran. He is survived by his wife, Priscilla; his mother, Rena of Jacksonville; a daughter, Julie Canto of Tampa; five sisters, Nancy Levi of Rhode Island, Mary Carr of Arcadia, Carolyn Miller and Helen Hysler, both of Jacksonville and Elizabeth Nelson of Winter Park; and two grandchildren. C.E. Prevatt Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"BERTRAND FRANCIS MUTZ, 84, of Riverview died Saturday at home. A native of Hoboken, N.J., he moved to Riverview from Miami three years ago. He was a hotel bell captain, a U.S. Army veteran, and a Catholic. He is survived by a daughter, Joan F. Johnson of Riverview; a brother, Roy of New Jersey; and a grandchild. Stowers Funeral Home, Riverview Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"MILAM, LOUIS N. - Funeral services for Louis N. Milam, 42, of 318 West Columbus Drive, who died Friday, will be held this morning at 10 o'clock, from the funeral home of F. T. Blount. Rev. A. W. Mathis of the Seminole Heights Baptist church officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be E. D. Goodson, T. T. Sherrill, jr., O. C. Thompson, W. C. Jones, Earle Petteway and Bex Snell." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"Body of Soldier Recovered in River - FORT BENNING, April 5. - (AP) - The body of Pfc. Earl J. Murphy of Gary, Ind., who drowned with three others March 11 in the Chattahoochee river, was recovered near Bascom, Fla., 100 miles from the scene of the training acident, the army announced today. The army air base at Marianna, Fla., notified the Fort Benning infantry school of the recovery. Murphy was a member of company K, 176th infantry. One of the victims still is missing." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"MAGGIO, MRS. ANGELINA - Funeral services for Mrs. Angelina Maggio, reisdent of 5801 30th St., who passed away yesterday morning has not been set. It will be announced later by Lord & Fernandez Funeral Home. Besides her husband, Antonio Maggio, she is survived by five sons, Jimmie, of Tampa; Salvatore, of Montclair, N. J., Jack and Frank, of Morristown, N. J., and Carmen of New York City; seven daughters, Mrs. Salvatora Marciello, of Montclair, N. J., Mrs. Mary Norton, of New York City, Mrs. Josephine Waters of Fort Worth, Tex., Mrs. Ninette Roslen, Miss Rose Maggio of Dover, N. J., and Mrs. Adeline Clifford, of Baltimore, Md.; two brothers, Joe and Peter Spoto of Tampa; six sisters, Mrs. Domenica Guerrieri, Mrs. Rosina Mendez, Mrs. Lilly Pizzo, Mrs. Maru Nicoletto, Mrs. Adelina Anello and Mrs. Josephine Casan, all of Tampa; also her father, Mr. Ignacio Spoto, of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, June 1, 1946, p. 2.
"MANGIONE, JIMMIE - Funeral services for Jimmie Mangione, who died yesterday, will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the residence, 2907 15th St. Interment will be in L'Unione cemetery. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joachino Mangione; four brothers, Joe Ognazio, Tony and Philip Mangione, and two sisters, Mrs. Margarita Favata and Mrs. Caterina Mortelaro, all of Tampa. Arrangements by Lord and Fernandez." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"MOORE, EWELL LAFAYETTE - Ewell Lafayette Moore died at noon Sunday in Bartow at the home of his sister, Mrs. H. L. Lanier, and funeral services will be held at the Socrum church north of Lakeland at 10 a.m. Tuesday, with the Rev. S. E. McLaughlin officiating and interment in Socrum cemetery. The A. M. Seigler funeral home of Mulberry is in charge of arrangements. Active pallbearers will be Carl Tanner, Mac Peek, Kenneth Brosie, David Shepherd, E. T. Wilson and Durward Finney. Honorary pallbearers will be Joe Mizell, Ed Bryant, Oscar Robbins, Michael Alderman, Ralph Moore, Ed Mizell, Oscar Bryant, John Hall, Dallas Lanier, Arthur Bryant, Tom Moore, Ellis Bridges, Otis Finney, John Smith, Charles Mikell, Ellsworth Dodson, L. A. Bryant, L. L. Lanier, E. B. Brosie, J. Ed Bryant, Hugh Bartley, C. Alderman, Eugene Shuman, Foy Wilkes, Dick Wilder, Will Robbins, G. C. Lanier, John Bryant, Bayard Shuman and John Peeples." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"MORRISEY, Stanley Thomas, 89, of Inverness, died Sunday. Charles E. Davis Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"Two Tarpon Springs Fisherman Missing Off Abandoned Boat - TARPON SPRINGS, Dec. 21 (Special) - Two young commercial fisherman are missing from their craft which was found anchored 35 miles offshore in the Gulf today. Robert C. Murray, 34, owner of the 30-foot boat Peggy, and his fishing companion, Leon Lunger, of Dunedin, left here Saturday with a four-day supply of fuel and food aboard. A searching Coast Guard plane spotted the Peggy today and signalled for crewman from a nearby searching surface craft to board her. Carl White of the Melba, a fishing boat, found no sign of life aboard when he checked. The crewless boat is being towed in here. W. H. Markle, one of the owners of the Peninsular Seafood Company here, said the fisherman had arranged to turn over their catches of fish to his concern. It was their first trip for the company. At Clearwater, Mrs. O. B. Murray, grandmother of Robert Murray, said she could not understand what happened to the two men. She explained the boat was actually owned by her husband, but he planned to turn it over to Robert, who operated it." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"M'LOUGHLIN - Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. A. McLoughlin, aged sixty-eight years, who died Sunday morning at 3 o'clock at her residence, No. 509 Green Street, West Tampa, following a lingering illness, were held Sunday afternoon from the residence at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. A. W. Moore officiated. She is survived by a son, L. McLoughlin, of this city, and two daughters, Mrs. J. H. Hagin of Alafia, and Mrs. P. W. Lewis of Lithia. The body was shipped Sunday afternoon to Bloomington under the directions of Henderson-Blount Company." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 9, 1917.
"JOSEPH MICILI - ST. CLOUD, Dec. 21 - (Special) - Joseph Micili, 81, died here Sunday." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"MISS FLORENCE V. MOSELEY - Miss Florence Vaile Moseley, 88, of Limona, died Friday at her residence. She was a native of Elgin, Ill., and lived in Hillsborough County for the last 71 years. She is survived by two brothers, Hallock Preston Moseley of Limona, and Karl Moseley of Limona, and a niece Julia Moseley of Limona." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"Mrs. Mary Marshall, 83, of 3122 LeRoy st., died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. She is survived by one brother, B. J. Lainey, of Tampa, and one sister, Mrs. Lillian Smith, of St. Petersburg" From Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 28, 1944.
"LEESBURG, June 2 - (Special) - Augustus Bryan Medlin, 82, died at his home on Euclid Ave., Leesburg, Friday night following a long illness. Born at Cheraw, S. C., Mr. Medlin had been a resident of Leesburg for more than 50 years. He was a retired salesman for a wholesale grocer firm. Mr. Medlin was a member of the Methodist Church." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"PAHOKEE, June 2 - (Special) - James Maxwell, 80, pioneer resident of Pahokee, died Saturday morning at the home of his son, Leo, following a lengthy illness." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"Mrs. Beatrice Byrd Massey, 73, of Tampa, passed away Wednesday morning. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 11:00 o'clock at Belmont Baptist Church, 7830 North 56th Street, Tampa, with Rev. Joe G. Clements, Pastor officiating. Pallbearers will be Roger Morgan, Jr., Earl Moore, Daniel J. Byrd, Gilbert Leeper, Raymond Vasquez and Billy Vernon. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. A native of Graham, Florida, Mrs. Massey was a lifetime resident of the Bay area. She was a member of the Belmont Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, John H. Massey; two daughters, Jacqueline Price and Diana Rudolph, all of Tampa; sister, Marguerite Morgan, Morriston, Fl.; four grandchildren, Tanna Gonzalez, Yvonne Keel, Brian Rudolph and Jason Rudolph, all of Tampa. GARDEN OF MEMORIES." From Tampa Tribune, August 16, 1986.
"MASSEY - Funeral services for Robert W. Massey, forty-five years old, of No. 2409 Twenty-first avenue, who died at a local hospital Saturday, were held from the undertaking parlors of B. Marion Reed at 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, with interment in Myrtle Hill cemetery, Rev. C. R. Magoon officiating." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2
"MONTGOMERY - The funeral services of Mrs. Agnes Montgomery, who died Friday, will be held this morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Catholic church. The body will be placed in a receiving vault and will be shipped to Chicago at a later date by Undertaker J. L. Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2
"MCDONALD - Funeral services over the remains of John McDonald, who died Saturday night, will be held today from the residence, No. 612 Cumberland avenue. The Salvation Army will have charge of the services. Interment, under the direction of Undertaker J. L. Reed, will be made in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2
"McNEILL - Funeral services for Mrs. Louise Workman McNeill, age 52, of 911 So. Orleans Ave., will be held at 1:00 o'clock Friday afternoon at the St. John's Episcopal Church. The Rev. George S. Burchill, Rector will officiate. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. A native of Charlotte, N.C. and formerly of Rockhill, N.C., she had been a resident of Tampa for the past 15 years. Mrs. McNeill was a member of the St. John's Episcopal Church and the Phi Mu Sorority. Survivors include 2 sons, Thomas A. Murrah, IV, and James H. McNeill, III, both of Tampa; 3 daughters, Mrs. James O. (Margaret) Parker, Winter Haven, Fla., Mrs. Michael (Carol Lynn) English and Miss Mary Louise McNeill, both of Tampa; 2 brothers, Robert R. Workman, Matthews, N.C., and Cecil A. Workman, Charlotte, N.C.; 2 grandchildren. In lieu of flowers those who wish may make a contribution to the American Cancer Society, 2708 West Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, in memory of Mrs. McNeill. Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, October 2, 1975, p. 15-D.
"Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Mann, 45, of Camp Comfort, died at the residence last night. She is survived by her husband. The funeral will be held tomorrow from the F. T. Blount funeral home, the time to be announced later." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"V. EARL MARK - JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 26 - (AP) - V. Earl Mark, 72, architect, native of Dempseytown, Pa., who had lived here since 1901, die dlast night after a brief illness. His widow survives." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"SHE IS DEAD! - Old Mrs. Marsh Died Last Night at Chattahoochee. - SAD NEWS TO TAMPAITES. - Under a Peculiar Hallucination this Old Lady was Always Laboring - Crazy She Went and Now She Is No More. - About dark last night Sheriff Spencer received a telegram from J. W. Trammell, superintendant of the Insane Asylum at Chattahoochee, stating that old Mrs. Marsh who was sent there last fall dying. Everybody will rememebr Mrs. Marsh, for she was a familiar figure on our streets. As we write we can see her with her old fashioned calico dress on, a little red shawl about her shoulders, the broad brimmed black straw hat with a bit of plain ribbon on it, an unbrella in her hand, and walking up and down the street talking about the money which belonged to her but had been stolen. This was her strange hallucination. Afte she was teased, sometimes her temper would get the better of her, but in her most rational moods she was kind and motherly. It was a hard fate that carried her away from her home, and while it was the best for all concerned, no one who had so long been accustumed to see her familiar face, and hear her extravagant claims, could but feel sorry when she went away. Now that she is dead, she is better off, and let us spread a broad mantle of charity over what might at any time have been considered a fault, and pause to drop a tear of sympathy on the grave of one of Tampa's earliest and oldest settlers." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, April 13, 1895.
"MARTIN, WILLIAM JOSEPH - Funeral services for William Joseph Martin, 62, a resident of 2507 State St., who passed away Sunday morning at a local hospital, will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, the Rev. E. C. Abernathy of the Riverside Baptist Church, to officiate. Interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951.
"DIES OF POISON - Rafael Martinez, 44, of 1922 Ninth avenue, died in the Tampa hospital last night from the effects of poison. Martinez had been a patient of the county tuberculosis hospital for several months." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"MAYS, MRS. MATILDA MAYS - Funeral services for Mrs. Matilda Mays, 73, resident of 3617 E. Powhattan Ave., who passed away Saturday night at a Tampa hospital, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Salvation Army Citadel, 1102 Tampa St., Capt. A. W. Ward to officiate. Interment in Oaklawn Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." - Also, another funeral notice right below it: "MAYS, MRS. M. - Funeral services for Mrs. M. Mays, of 3617 Powhattan Ave., will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel, 1102 Tampa St., Tuesday at 2 P. M. Service to be conducted by Capt. Ward. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. G. O. Edwards, of California; a son, Edward Mays of Georgia, and 4 grandchildren. All friends invited." - Both taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"MCKEEHAN, ALFRED - Funeral services for Aldred McKeehan, 29, a resident of 56th St. and Robles Ave., who passed away Saturday night at Lawson VA General Hospital, Chamblee, Ga., will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, Dr. Matheny to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"McKENZIE, ROBERT - Robert McKenzie, 80, 407 Kay St., died Saturday at a hospital. Services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt at Plant Ave.; interment to be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941..
"JOSEPH M. MILLER - LARGO (Special) - Joseph M. Miller, 94, of 1119 Beverly Ave., died Friday in a Largo nursing home. A native of Little Hocking, Ohio, he came here 14 years ago from there. He was a retired letter carrier. He was a member of Little Hocking Methodist Church, and attended the Largo Methodist Church. He was a member of the Golden Age Club and National Association of Retired Civil Employes. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary E. Miller; four sons, Arden and John Miller, both of Little Hocking; Dana Miller, Zephyrhills; Francis Miller, Pendleton, Ore.; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; a half brother, Wade Cutlipp, Xenia, Ohio, and two half sisters, Mrs. Charles Jordan, St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Bessie Gadd, Gowen, Va." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"Services Set For Mrs. Meltzer Today - Funeral services for Mrs. Bess Meltzer, 56, of Lutz, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the J. L. Reed & Son Funeral Home with Rabbi David Zielonka officiating. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. In addition to her husband, S. W. Meltzer, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Harold Plevin, Tampa; two brothers, Harry Hancell and Max Hancell, both of New York City; and two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Marcus and Mrs. Lee Platner, of New York City." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"MERCER, WESLEY F. - Wesley F. Mercer of Tamppa, stationed at the U. S. Coast Guard Air Station, St. Petersburg, passed away Tuesday morning. Cooksey Funeral Home of St. Petersburg have charge of arrnagements. Funeral services will be held at Turkey Creek cemetery at 2 o'clock." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 14, 1946.
"HARRY M. MARTIN - Funeral services for Harry M. Martin, 85, of San Antonio, who died at that place yesterday afternoon, will be held at the Catholic Church at San Antonio at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. The body will be sent to Columbus, Ohio. B. Marion Reed will have charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, January 12, 1927, p. 20.
"MEUSER, MRS. MINNIE ANNA - Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Anna Meuser, of Indian Rocks Beach, who died Monday, will be held at the Moss Chapel, Clearwater, Thursday at 4 P. M., conducted by The Rev. Edmund Lammert. Interment will be at the Anona Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"MILLER - Alfred Miller, 72, 1390 South Lake Roy Dr., died Tuesday evening in Winter Haven hospital. He was a native of New York City, and has resided in Winter Haven for the past 17 years, following his retirement from the Chase Bank of New York. He was a member of St. Joseph Church, Winter Haven. - Surviving: his wife, Mrs. Irene Catherine Miller, Winter Haven, 3 nieces, Mrs. Irene Kelly, Tampa; Mrs. Erna Snoeck, of Jamaica Long Island, and Mrs. Arthur Godfrey of Commack Long Island. The recitation of the Rosary will be held from the Ott-Laughlin Chapel, Winter Haven, at 6:45 p.m. Thursday evening. The funeral Mass will be held at 9:30 Friday morning from St. Joseph's Church, Winter Haven, with the Reverend Father Vincent E. Smith, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Lakeside Memorial Park, Winter Haven." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"JAMES MARTIN McMILLAN - James Martin McMillan, 66, of 8217 Nebraska avenue, died at his residence at 8 o'clock yesterday morning. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Mattie Eman and Mrs. L. A. Lott, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. R. Sheaver, of Brroksville; three sons, Mack, Alexander and Sammy McMillan, of Tampa. Funeral services will be held from the chapel of Mortician F. T. Blount at 2 o'clock this afternoon, with the Rev. W. G. Doyle, of the Sulpher Springs Baptist church, officiating." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 28, 1927, p. 24. Also: "JAMES S. McMILLAN - Funeral services for James S. McMillan were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the funeral home of Mortician F. T. Blount, conducted by Rev. W. G. Doyle. Interment was in the Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"ARTHUR MILLS - LARGO, Dec. 21. - (By Staff Writer) - Arthur Howard Mills, of 500 4th St., died earlier this week in LaPorte, Ind. He came here after retiring. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. A. H. Mills, Largo and three daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Shower, Largo, and two others in the north." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"MINGLEDORFF - Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. E. E. Mingledorff, who died Tuesday afternoon at her residence, No. 402 East Ross avenue, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of the F. T. Blount Company. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Following is a list of pallbearers: J. W. F. Timmerman, W. C. Wainright, Dr. F. E. Snow, L. E. Hale, D. W. Ramsey, I. I. Addison." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"MONFORT, JOHN FRANKLIN - Funeral services for John Franklin Monfort, 48, a resident of 405 East Jean St., who passef away Friday afternoon at a local hospital, will be held Monday morning at 11 o'clock from the Seminole Heights Baptist Church, The Rev. A. W. Mathis, pastor, and The Rev. Stanley E. Young to officiate. Interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Henry Creighton, D. L. NeSmith, R. E. Geiger, Lee Todd, Judson Fulmer, and Buck Todd. Honorary pallbeares will be W. M. Nicklow, C. T. Wester, C. R. O'Neal, Jimmy Stokes, B. J. Sammons, Howard Crosby, J. C. Westberry, C. W. Sparks, B. W. Sparkman, Fred Creighton, J. B. Creighton and A. D. Abbott. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951
"KATHLEEN M. McCARTHY - REDINGTON BEACH, Oct. 12. - (Special) - Kathleen Marie McCarthy, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. McCarthy, LaPlaya Apartments, 16326 Gulf Blvd., died last night in a private hospital after a long illness. In addition to her parents, she is survived by two sisters, Dell Margaret and Shannon Louise McCarthy, of Redington Beach; grandmother, Mrs. T. C. McCarthy, Sr., of Boston, Mass; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Miller of St. Petersburg." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"Tavares Store Owner Ends Life With Bullet - TAVARES, March 23. - (Special) - John J. Montgomery, 68, resident of Tavares 12 years and owner and operator of filling station and store, ended his life today by shooting himself through the heart while sitting in a chair in rear of his store. He was a native of Renssalier, Ind. and had been in ill health. A coroner's jury returned a verdict of suicide." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 24, 1935.
"SAMUEL H. MONTGOMERY - BRADENTON, Feb. 8 - (By Staff Writer) - Samuel Harrison Montgomery, 67, who had spent the last three Winters here, coming from Ravenna, Ohio, and lived here on the Orange Trailer Park on Cortez Road, died today. He was a retired Erie Railroad rate clerk. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Catherine Montgomery; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Miller and Miss Donna Montgomery, Ravenna, and Mrs. Lois Geer, New Milford, Ohio; two brothers, Frank Montgomery, New Bloomington, Ohio, and Robert Montgomery, Chicago, and two sisters, Mrs. Belle Schmidt and Mrs. Bertha Kalb, New Bloomington." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"MOOAR, MRS. MARY ELIZABETH BARGO - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bargo Mooar, formerly of Plant City, who passed away at her home in Lawrenceburg, Ind., Tuesday, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the residence of her parents on Shannon Ave., in Plant City. The Rev. H. Carter Hardin, pastor of the First Methodist, will officiate. Interment in Oaklawn Cemetey. She is survived by her son, Robert Lewis Davis; parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bargo, Sr., all of Plant City; sisters, Mrs. C. M. Brock, Plant City, and Mrs. A. W. Papet, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; a brother, Robert C. Bargo, Jr. Knoxville, Tenn. The following will serve as pallbearers and meet at the residence at 2:15 o'clock: Moody, Glen Burton, Charles Davis, Edgar Knight, Bobbie Brock and Earl C. Gonzalez. Wells Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"MATHEWS - Mrs. Eugenia M. Mathews, fourty-four years old, died yesterday at a local hospital. A native of Columbia, S. C., she had lived here five years with her sister, Mrs. Franklin Heinrich, at No. 711 South Orleans Avenue. She is survived also by an aunt, Mrs. Ruth Lapman, and two cousins, Mrs. George B. Rohr, and Mrs. Frank Bush, living at No. 113 Cass Street. Funeral services will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the Reed undertaking parlors. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 11, 1915.
"MOODY - News was received here yesterday of the death of Byrd Moody, aged twenty-five years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Moody, of Riverview, which took place at the family home yesterday morning. The young man was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Moody, and had been ill only a few days with congestive fever. The funeral will take place at Riverview today in charge of Undertaker Reed." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, February 15, 1913.
"MRS. MARGARET MILLER - Mrs. Margaret Walker Miller, 76, widow of Daniel Leeds Miller, formerly of Rome, N. Y., died last night at her home, 1911 Dekle avenue. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Greenman company funeral home. Mrs. Miller is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy M. Breck of Tampa, a son, Daniel L. Miller of Elizabeth, N. Y., and three grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 29, 1932, p. 2.
"EVELIO MARALES - Evelio Morales, 21, of 2315 Tenth avenue, died yesterday in a hospital. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Morales, and two other sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Gonzalez, Mrs. Nieve Perez. Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at the home of a sister, Mrs. Adalaida Rosa, 2019 Eleventh avenue." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sautrday, August 25, 1934.
"Funeral services for Mr. Philip Militello, of Tampa, will be held this afternoon (Saturday) at one o'clock from the chapel of Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Ltd., with entombment to follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. A native and lifelong resident of Tampa, Mr. Militello is survived by his wife, Millie Militello; brothers, Frank and Angelo Militello and Sam Militello, Miami, Fl.; sisters Jacqueline Leto and Angie Pullara, and many nieces and nephews. Pallbearers include: Andrew Valenti, Henry Fernandez, Tom Sampson, Richard Geller, Joseph Serneels, and Mac Traina. ROEL & CURRY FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 4730 N. Armenia Ave., 877-7676." From Tampa Tribune, August 16, 1986.
"PHILIP MILITELLO, of Tampa, died Thursday. A lifelong resident of the Tampa Bay area, he was owner and operator of Detroit Paint and Body Shop. He was a former member of the Sons of Italy and the Italian Club. He is survived by his wife, Millie; three brothers, Frank, Angelo and Sam of Tampa; and two sisters, Josephine Leto and Angie Pullara, both of Tampa. Roel & Curry Funeral Home Ltd." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"ROBERT A. 'BOB' MASSEY, 49, of Tampa, died Thursday of natural causes. He was a lifelong resident of the Tampa Bay area and he was a painter. He is survived by his wife, Betty R.; his mother, Adela of Tampa; one son, Robert A. Jr. of Sepulveda, Calif.; two daughters, Sharon Duncan of Texas and Barbara Bowerman of Sepulveda, Calif.; four brothers, Arthur of Texas, Milton, Elmo and James, all of Tampa; and two sisters, Beulah Shaw of Pensacola and Linda Nichols of Tampa. Roel & Curry Funeral Home Ltd." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"MENENDEZ, MARCELINO - Funeral services for Mr. Marcelino Menendez, 38, of 4525 W. Burke will be held Friday at 10 A.M. from the A.P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia Ave.) with interment to follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Martha Menendez; his mother, Mrs. Maria Menendez; three daughters Brenda, Mariena, and Michele Menendez; two sons, Herbert and Marcelino Menendez Jr.; three sisters Mrs. Carmen Shikjanski, Mrs. Aida Sharp, and Mrs. Dalia Jarrett; two brothers, Tony and Jose Menendez; The family will be at the RIVERSIDE CHAPEL Thursday from 8 to 9 P.M." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1970, p. A23.
"LAZELLA P. MALCOMB, 90, of 400 E. Harrison St. died Wednesday. She was a native of St. Augustine and had lived in the area most of her lifetime. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church; the Delta Alpha class of the church; and a member of the Business and Professional Women's Association. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"MELLOR - FT. MYERS - Mrs. Flannie Anderson Mellor of Ft. Myers, FL, died there October 18, 1987. mrs. Mellor grew up in Tampa having come here in 1897 when her father the Rev. John B. Anderson became the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. She was the widow of Fred Mellor. Survivors include a sister, Nina Anderson Thomas, of Tampa, daughter, Noralee Stephenson, Falls Church, Va. and a son, William Mellor, Ft. Myers and their family. Funeral services and interment will be in Ft. Myers October 20, 1987." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"MORIARITY, Margaret T., 90, of Spring Hill, died Sunday. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home, Spring Hill Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"LOLA MAE MELNICK, 65, of Ruskin, died Wednesday of injuries sustained in an accident. Born in Cottondale, she was a longtime resident of Ruskin. She was of the Baptist faith and attended Christian Unity and Services of the Deaf. She was a member of the Tampa Silent Club, Florida Association of the Deaf and West Coast Club of the Deaf. She is survived by a son, Joseph A. Jr. of Gibsonton; a daughter, Faye Westfall of Ruskin; two brothers, A.A. and M.P. Love, both of Zephyrhills; and five grandchildren. Lewers Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"MONTERESSI, JOHNNIE CLIFTON - Funeral services for Johnnie Clifton Monteressi, four-day-old infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monteressi, resident of 701 E. Lafayette street, who died Sunday at a Tampa hospital, will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the Bethlehem cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon company funeral home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"MARTIN, MRS. MAUDE E. - Funeral services for Mrs. Maude E. Martin, 76, of Durant, will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday from the Pleasant Grove Assembly of God church with Rev. Olan Hill Jr., pastor of Sydney Assembly of God church officiating. Pallbearers are, Wayne Keene, Vernon Baggett, Carl Johnson, Jimmie Stewart, Ray Baggett and Gene Batchelor. Interment will be in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery with Memorial Funeral Home of Plant City directing." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"MERLE, WILLIAM E. - Funeral services for William E. Merle, 76, a resident of Riverview, Fla., who passed away early Thursday morning at his home, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. Dr. George R. Savage, pastor of the Riverview Methodist Church, to officiate. Cremation will follow." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"MOORE, JAMES VAUGHN - The remains of James Vaughn Moore, 14, a resident of 1015 S. W. 15th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., who passed away early Thursday morning in a Tampa hospital, were sent Thursday night by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Fannin Funeral Home, Fort Lauderdale, where funeral services will be held. Interment will in Memorial Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"MYERS, MRS. ANNIE A. - Mrs. Annie A. Myers, age 47, a former resident of Tampa, passed away Tuesday in Santa Fe, N.M. Time of service will be announced later, with The Rev. Forest Church of the Highland Avenue Methodist Church, in charge. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Maynie Diaz, of Tampa; one uncle, B. O. Young, of Tampa; one aunt, Mrs. Dollie Obaya, of Tampa. F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"MARSICANO, NICHOLAS J. - Funeral services for Mr. Nicholas J. Marsicano, 53, of 3616 Roland, lifelong resident of Tampa, who passed away suddenly at his home Sunday morning, will be held Wednesday morning at 10:00 A.M. at Christ the King Catholic Church at which time a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his Soul by Rt. Rev. Msgr. Mark J. McLoughlin, Pastor. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary will be Tuesday night at 8:00 P.M. at MARSICANO FUNERAL HOME, 4040 Henderson Blvd. Active Pallbearers will be Joe Dixon, James J. Mangan, James L. Lee, Sr., Homer Daniels, Louis J. Almerico, Bill Mansfield, Tony Cardinale and Charles V. Downie. Honorary pallbearers, the Honorable Claude R. Kirk, Jr., Governor of the State of Florida, the Hon. Ray C. Osborn, Lt. Governor of the State of Florida, Hon. Robert M. Johnson, Charlie Palleja, Genaro Menendez, Jim Hall, Phil C. Lemay, Charlie Almerico, John C. Daniels, Dan Good, Douglas Belden, William M. Blake, Tommy Gomez, Hector Jiminez, Joe Eldridge, James Woodroffe, Bob L. Langford, Thomas W. Griffin, Paul G. McDuffe, James Eagen, the members of Interbay Sertoma Club and Ushers Club of Christ the King Church." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"McCARVILLE, MRS. EMMA M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Emma M. McCarville, 85, 209 S. Brevard, resident of Tampa for ten years, who passed away at her residence Monday morning, will be held Thursday morning 10 A.M., at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, at which time a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of her Soul by Rev. Fr. Thomas Tierney S.J. Recitation of the Rosary will be Wednesday night at 7:30 P.M. at MARSICANO FUNERAL HOME, 4040 Henderson Blvd. She is survived by two sons, Mr. Patrick F. McCarville, Tampa, and Mr. John A. McCarville, Seattle, Wash.; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Leal, Gaithersburg, Md.; a sister, Mrs. Antoinette Regner, Wauwatosa, Wis.; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Entombment will be in Myrtle Hill Mausoleum. Visitation will be Wednesday from 9 A.M. until 9 P.M., at the funeral home chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"HARRY C. MARTIN - ST. CLOUD, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Harry Chapman Martin, 72, died Friday morning at his home here following a long illness." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"MILLER - Miss Leonora Miller died yesterday morning at the home of her parents on Henry avenue, aged seventeen years. Funeral services will be held at the residence this forenoon at 10 o'clock, Glenn Smith officiating. Interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery under the direction of the F. T. Blount Company. Pallbearers will be Jacob Burts, Oscar Meisner, Charles Scott, Lawrence Gerow, Clarence Smith and Earl Smith. The bearers are requested to meet at 9:30 a. m. at the Blount undrtaking parlors." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 28, 1919.
"Robert W. McLeod, 28 years old, a caulker employed at the Tampa Steam Ways, died this morning at 12:10 at his home, corner of Estelle and Ashley streets, of dengue fever. He was unmarried, and leaves two brothers in this city and one in Key West. The funeral will occur today. Undertaker Reed having charge of the interment." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 15, 1901, p. 8.
"WILLIAM GORDON MCATEER, 80, a former resident of Tampa died Wednesday in Orlando. He was a native of the Bay area. He is survived by two daughters, Betty Jo Bauer of Winter Haven and Linda Logan of Orlando; one sister, Myrtle Heald of Tampa; two brothers, Selwyn McAteer and Reginald McAteer, both of Tampa; and six grandchidlren and two great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"McCARLEY, Mae, 81, of Wauchula died Saturday. Curry Raley Funeral Home."
"LAWRENCE M. MILLER SR., 66, of Tampa died Saturday. He had lived in the area for the past 11 years and was an engineer for the Hillsborough County Water Department. He is survived by his wife, Florence; two sons, Lawrence, Jr. of Tripoli, Wis., and Daniel of Oak Park, Ill.; three daughters, Judy Stinnet of Sarasota, Sandra Tyrakorski of Justine, Ill. and Patricia of Fon du Lac, Wis.; eight stepchildren; 32 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Duval Funeral Home, Garden Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"MRS. MABEL MASSEY - PLANT CITY, June 13 (Special) - Mrs. Mabel C. Massey, 50, 1505 N. Orange Ave., died in a local hospital today. She was a native of Dade City, but had been a resident of Plant City for 21 years. She is survived by her husband, A. H. Massey; daughters, Mrs. Bobbie Lee Buttram and Miss Diane Massey, all of Plant City; sisters, Mrs. Lou Eva Wright and Mrs. Pauline Daughty, both of Dade City; brother, Larry Hilliard, Plant City, and one grandchild." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"MRS. ROSE MAHONEY - Mrs. Rose H. Mahoney, 36, wife of John T. Mahoney, died at the home, 504 East Lambright avenue, yesterday morning. SHe is survived by her husband and a daughter, Joy Mahoney; two sisters, Mrs. Perry Carlock, Atlanta; and Mrs. W. A. Gower, Tampa; three brothers, T. I. Harris and H. D. Harris, of Atlanta; H. H. Harris, of Columbia, S. C., a niece, Miss Frances Gower, and a nephew Ralph Gower, of Tampa. Funeral arrangements will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), November 4, 1929, p. 2.
"DANE'S AWFUL SUICIDE METHOD; STUCK HEAD UNDER MOVING TRAIN - Madson, Sixty-Five and Tired of Life, Adopts Horrible Means of Self Slaughter - Top of Head Was Cut Off, Leaving His Brains Exposed. - Hans Madson, a Dane about 65 years old, commited suicide in a most revolting manner shortly ater 10 o'clock yesterday morning. As the Seaboard train, No. 87, which had just arrived from Sarasota, was slowly backing in the yard nearly in front of the passenger depot, the man deliberately dropped on his hands and knees beside the track, and shoved his head underneath one of the engine wheels. The entire top of his head was cut off, while the lower part of the face and head was crushed in a sickening manner. That his death was deliberately planned there is no doubt, as horrified onlookers saw him try twice, to get his head under the wheels, the third attempt proving successful. It is said, but this was not fully substantiated, that the man had been seen to try the same thing on the early morning train. Madson was a carpenter by trade, and was identified by F. L. Price, financial secretary of Union No. 1746, at Bradentown, as a former member of that body. His health was bad, and he recently spent some time at the poor farm. For the last few weeks he boarded with the family of W. M. Burnett, in the Garrison. He seemed much distressed that he had no money to pay his board, though the family never pressed him for pay. He had been in this county many years, and had traveled widely. A brother out west, residence unknown, is his only surviving relative. Only a few minutes before commiting suicide he treated a party in the Osceola saloon. This was a surprise to the friends with whom he lived, as he had before than refused to take whiskey even as a medicine. He was a avowed atheist, and often said he wished he could die, of late having made unheeded threats to do away with himself. Deputy Sheriff J. R. Williams, who was summoned to the scene of the tragedy, decided an inquest was not necessary, and turned over the remains of the unfortunate man to Undertaker Reed for burial." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, October 26, 1904, p. 1, col. 2. Also, funeral notice: "SUICIDE'S BODY BURIED - Funeral of Hans Madson Occurred Yesterday Morning - Two funerals took place in Woodlawn Cemetery yesterday under direction of UNdertaker J. L. Reed. At 10 o'clock in the morning the remains of Hans Madson, the Dane who committed suicide by throwing himself underneath a train Tuesday, were consigned to the rest for which he longed. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon J. C. Johnson, of New Orleans, purser of the steamer Alpha, who died of apoplexy the day previous, was buried. A nephew of the deceased from New Orleans was present." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, October 27, 1904, p. 7, col. 2.
"PATRICIA REBECCA MCGINN, 37, of Tampa died Wednesday of natural causes. She was a homemaker and lifetime resident of the Bay area. She is survived by her husband, Michael; one son, Scott of Wyche of Nashville, Tenn.; one daughter, Angela Starratt of Tampa; and her mother, Margaret Bright of Lakeland. Stower's Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"ELLEN F. MILTON, 59, of Tampa died Wednesday. A native of Washington, N.C., she lived in the Bay area since 1956. She is survived by her husband, J.M.; one son, Cletus Squires of Tampa; one daughter, Marsha Fernandez of Tampa; one sister, Margaret Troutner of Newburn, N.C.; and three grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"MARGARET LAVINIA MURPHY, 91, of Tampa, died Tuesday. A native of Wellman, Miss., she had lived in the Tampa Bay area three years, coming from Petal, Miss. She was the owner of an auto upholstery shop in Hattiesburg, Miss. She was a past member of Hattiesburg Business and Professional Women's Club. She is survived by one duaghter, MAry V. Scholin of Tampa; one stepdaughter, Luvenia Compton of Virginia Beach, Va.; two stepsons, Howard of Alabama and Eugene of Louisiana; and three grandchildren. A.P. Boza Town 'N Country Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW).
"MRS. MARGARET MEISNER - Mrs. Margaret (Maggie) Meisner, 87, of 312 West Lambright, died yesterday. A native of Key West, she had resided in Tampa for over 60 years. She is survived by one daughter; Mrs. Violet Riscile, Tampa; and four sisters." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"ROGELIO MARTINEZ - Rogelio Martinez, 63, od Staten Island, N. Y., a former resident of Tampa, died in Staten Island. Mr. Martinez, a native of Spain, came to the United States as a boy and lived in Tampa several years before going to Staten Island. He was a Mason and a retired employe of Proctor & Gamble Co. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Fidela Martinez, Staten Island; a brother, Jose Maria Martinez, Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Amalia Garcia and Mrs. Carmen Cifuentes, both of Tampa, and Mrs. Christina Martinez, Spain, and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"HORACE T. McLAIN - Horace T. Mclain, 69, 5307 Seminole Ave., died Thursday. A native of Cobb County, Georgia, and former resident of Clearwater, he had lived in Tampa 27 years. He was a member of the Mars Hill Presbyterian Church in Georgia. He retired in 1959 from the Winn Dixie Company as a supervisor after 25 years of service. He is survived by a daughter, Miss Nannette McClain, of Greenville, N. C.; a nephew, H. T. Pitner, Marietta, Ga." Also, funeral notice: "McLAIN, HORACE THOMAS - Funeral services for Mr. Horace Thomas McLain, 69, of 5307 Seminole Avenue, will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave., with Rev. J. E. Fisher, pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church, of St. Petersburg, to officiate. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be: T. C. Bragg, Clifford Wallace, Robert Burns, O. E. Seago, and S. M. Clements." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.

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"MYRTLE NOWELL, 65, of Leesburg, died Tuesday. She was a former resident of Plant City. The housewife was a member of Springhead Methodist Church of Plant City. She is survived by her husband, Robert; two daughters, Geneva Cantrell of Seffner and Helen Crosby of Brooksville; four brothers, Roy of Orlando, R.C., Herbert and George Joyner, all of Plant City; and four grandchildren. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"MAJ. NICK NAPOLI - Maj. Nick Napoli, 43, a former resident of Tampa, died suddenly Tuesday at Fort Carson, Colo. He had just returned to duty after a tour in the Far East. Survivors include his widow, Pat, of Colorado Springs; three daughters, Elodi and Cathi, Colorado Springs, and Joan, Tampa; a son, Nick Jr., Tampa; his mother, Mrs. Luigi Dolcimascola, Tampa; his father, Joseph Napoli, Los Angeles, Calif., and a brother, Chris, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"NORDAHL, Norris G., 74, of Brooksville died Thursday. Pinecrest Funeral Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"NEUMANN, Marion, 73, of Lakeland died Thursday. Duval Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"FRANCIS J. M. NORRIS - Francis Joseph M. Norris, 62, 1308 W. Hollywood, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A native of New Jersey, he had been a resident of Tampa for 10 years. He was a veteran of both World Wars. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Harriet Norris, Tampa; three sons, Richard Norris, Norfolk, Va.; Arthur Norris, Columbus, Ohio, and Eugene Norris, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Muriele Ryan, White Marsh, Md., and Mrs. Dorothy Logan, Kingsville, Tex.; and eight grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"NAVAS, Jose, 74, of Lake Placid died Wednesday. Welborn Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"NOBLES - Funeral services over the remains of Eddie Nobles, aged twenty-eight, who died yesterday at No. 2803 Seventh avenue, will be held from the residence this morning at 10 o'clock, with interment in Woodlawn cemetery, under the direction of the Cone Undertaking Company. The deceased was for years a sufferer from tuberculosis. He is survived by a sister, Miss Minnie Nobles." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 18, 1913 p. 4.
"NEEDLES, MRS. DOROTHY LILLIAN - Funeral services for Mrs. Dorothy Lillian Needles, 24, who died Saturday afternoon at her residence, 605 E. Frierson ave., will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from the F. T. Blount company funeral home. The Rev. A. W. Mathis of the Seminole Heights Baptist church will officiate. Pallbearers are: Claude Williams, Clint Weston, Jimmy Kemp, Harold Simmons, Gerald Williams and John M. Coram. Interment will be in the Orange Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"NICHOLAS, PETE - Mr. Pete Nicholas, 44, of 1803 E. Skagway, passed away Monday in a local hospital. The remains were sent yesterday to the Wilson Funeral Home, Clay, Wes Virginia, for services and interment. Local arrangements by Duval Funeral Homes, 3800 Nebraska Ave." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1970, p. A23.
"NETHER, Medford Daniel, 91, of Sebring, died Wednesday. Warren-Morris Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"NYCHYK, Wasylyn, 86, a former reisdent of Walchula, died Wednesday. Curry Raley Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"MRS. EULALA INDIANA NIXON - Mrs. Eulala Indiana Nixon, 62, of 8504 Dixon st., died Saturday night at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Shell, of Lithia. Other survivors are her hsuband, Daniel Nixon; two daughters, Mrs. T. W. Lynch and Miss Eula Nixon; four sons, James Nixon, all of Tampa; Daniel A. Nixon, USN; T. M. Nixon, of Adams Run, S. C., and Charles L. Nixon, USN; a sister, Mrs. J. W. Woods, of Donaldville, Ga.; two brothers, A. D. Simmons, of Clarkville, Fla., and L. L. Simmons, of Lithia." Also: "NIXON, MRS. EULALA INDIANA - Funeral services for Mrs. Eulala Indiana Nixon, 62, of 8504 Dixon st., who died Saturday night, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the F. T. Blount Funeral Home. The Rev. Burnette of the Cross Roads Baptist church will officiate. Pallbearers are: C. B. McKennon, B. L. McKennon, T. L. Smith, V. M. Albritton, Kenneth Purvis and Amos Adams. Interment will be in the Orange Hill cemetery." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1944, p. 2.
"MRS. ELVIRA NALES - Mrs. Elvira Nales, 80, of 1929 Union St., died yesterday afternoon at her home. She is survived by three sons, Lorenzo, Manuel, and Alfred, two daughters, Mrs. Angel Rosado, and Mrs. Francisco Mendez; 11 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, June 1, 1946, p. 2.
"FILIPPO P. NAPOLI - Funeral services for Filippo P. Napoli, 49, were held yesterday afternoon at the chapel ot W. Primo Lord. Interment was in L'Unione cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), November 4, 1929, p. 2.
"FREDERICK EUGENE NEWBY, 81, of Tanner Road, Dover, died Wednesday. A native of Georgia, he had lived in east Hillsborough County 32 years. He was of the Church of God faith. He is survived by his wife, Roxie; three daughters, Fannie Lee Morey of Worington, Ga., Mary Harrell of Ellington and Lois Weaver of Tampa; four sons, Jefferson of Texas, Windel of California, Williw of Bradenton and George of Dover; a sister, Myrtle of Georgia; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"NEWMAN - Funeral services for Edith Marie Newman, 76, of 8614 Ruth Place will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. from the Bowes Funeral Home, 3023 Busch Blvd. with Rev. R. C. Campbell, officiating. Mrs. Newman is survived by 4 daughters: Josielee Boyette, Mildred Watson, Barbara J. Fuller and Martha L. Oxendine; 2 sisters: Lenlee Liddon and Lillier Vann; 12 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Interment will be in Matthews Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of BOWES FUNERAL HOME 3023 BUSCH BLVD." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, February 15, 1977, p. D7.
"NORTON - Mrs. Trudie Mae Norton, 62, 8509 Ashlet St. died Sunday. A native of Donaldsonville, Ga., she had lived in Tampa 25 years. She was a Baptist and a retired employee of Winn-Dixie. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Bessie Underwood, Tampa; brothers, Clyde Coleman, Bainbridge, Ga., and Lee Coleman, Lakeland; and a grandson, Ronald Gordon, Tampa. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 Wednesday at the Swilley Funeral Home, 1602 W. Waters Ave., with the Rev. Keith Shumate, associate pastor of the Temple Heights Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 18, 1973, p. 7-D.
"NANRY, Ambrose J., 75, of Port Richey, died Monday. Bell Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"JOHN W. NORRIS - John W. Norris, 87, of 2018 Dekle Ave., died yesterday morning at a local hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"MRS. MARIA NODA - Mrs. Maria Alvarez Noda, 74, 2539 Green St., died yesterday morning at a hospital. A native of Cuba, she is survived by two daughters, Miss Isabel Noda and Mrs. Rosa Rodriguez, of Tampa; a son, Maximino Noda; a sister, Mrs. Regla Fernandez; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"KARL NORLINZ - Funeral services for Karl Norlinz, who was drowned last Saturday night, will be held this morning at 9 o'clock from the funeral home of Mortician F. T. Blount, conducted by Rev. F. Barnby Leach of the Seamans Church Institute. Interment will be in the Tampa Memorial Parl cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, September 17, 1927 p. 10.
"BOBBIE JEAN NORVELL - Miss Bobbie Jean Norvell, 21, of Dover, died in a Tampa hospital. A native of Oklahoma, she had been a resident of Hillsborough County for several years. She was a Baptist." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"MRS. AMERICA G. NORIEGA - Mrs. America G. Noriega, 46, of 2410 19th St., died yesterday morning at her home. She was a native of Key West, and had resided in Tampa for 40 years. She is survived by her husband, Anibal Noriega; her father, Rodolfo Mendoza; a daughter, Mrs. Jennie Garcia; a son, Roberto Noriega, of Tampa; three sisters, Herminia Ares, Mary Andrews of Tampa, Mrs. Adela Clark of New York, and three brothers, Manuel, Johnny, and Armando Mendoza, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"CHARLES L. NICHOLS - Charles Livingston Nichols, 67, 405 East Cayuga, died yesterday at his home. He was a native of Indianapolis and had been a resident of Tampa for the last 25 years. Mr. Nichols was chief engineer of the MacDill Air Forces Base laundry plant for the last 15 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Carrie A. Nichols, Tampa; a son, Charles A. Nichols, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Donald E. Utt, Tampa; a brother, Edward M. Nichols, Cheswick, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. Marie Miles, Pennsville, N. J., and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 1, 1959, p. A8.
"THE LAST SAD RITES - Are Held Over the Remains of Mrs. Norris - As announced in yesterday's TRIBUNE, the funeral services of the late Mrs. M. I. Norris took place at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Ferguson, yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. The last services were conducted by the Revs. E. P. Herrick and F. R. Graves, and were continued by appropriate and impressive ceremonies at the grave at Woodlawn cemetery. The following gentleman acted as pall-bearers: C. E. Harrison, H. H. Kinyon, G. B. Sparkman, H. J. Cooper, A. D. Whaley, Jacob Miller. The funeral was largely attended and the many floral offerings testified to the sympathy of the wide circle of friends who mourn their loss. Miss Abernethy rendered in her usual effective manner the touching hymn, "One Sweetly Solemn Thought," whose tone and sentiment were thoroughly in harmony with the spirit of the occasion. Mrs. Norris was a native of Ohio, having been born in Ashland in 1828. She removed to this state in 1875 and had for many years been the central figure of a large and affectionate family connection. Her son, C. S. Norris, of Mayport, together with her only sister, Mrs. Smurr, of Ohio, were present at the funeral services, and rendered the last tribute of affection to one who has gone before, rich in the hope of a blessed immortality." From The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 21, 1896.
"JAMES NESBITT - James Nesbitt, 45, of 3006 Massachusetts avenue died yesterday at the home. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with Dr. A. M. Bennett of the Palm Avenue Baptist church conducting the services. Burial will be in Orange Hill cemetery. Pallbearers will be B. B. Pickens, O. L. Schulstad, J. B. McDonald, F. W. Barksdale, J. R. Fielding and A. T. Rollins." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, June 4, 1931.
"MRS. MADELINE DREW NASH - CLEARWATER, March 23. - (Special) - Mrs. Madeline Drew Nash, 75, a resident of Clearwater for 38 years, died suddenly last night at her home in Jacksonville. She was born at Mobile, Ala., and came to Clearwater when a child, later acting as assistant to Mrs. Jessie Plumb, who was the first school teacher here. She and her husband, Capt. Park Nash, were closely identified with early development of Clearwater and were large property owners here. She moved to Jacksonville 24 years ago. Survivors are two sons and four daughters; J. Wesley Nash of Clearwater, Fred Nash of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. T. Whittlesley and Mrs. P. L. Thomas of Jacksonville and Mrs. Frazier Berry of High Springs; three sisters and three brothers, Mrs. Stella Johnson, Mrs. E. J. Armstrong, Mrs. F. A. Hughey, R. W. Drew and Manley Drew of Clearwater and J. H. Drew of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 24, 1935.
"NEWMAN, ROY E., 58, of 2917 Tambay, passed away Friday morning. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Robert A. Shelley, pastor of the Bayshore United Methodist Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be Calvin Taylor, Sr., Henry O. Taylor, Colie Davis, Paul Castellano, George Moose, and Ronnie Sloman. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"NEWSOME, JOHN M. - Funeral services for John M. Newsome, 70, a resident of 1307 (or 1387?) Ashley St., who passed away Wednesday morning at a local hospital will be held Tuesday from the Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home (time to be announced later). Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951 and June 5, 1951.
"JEFFERSON S. NICHOLS - Jefferson Stephens Nichols, 83, of 606 East Lake Ave., died Wednesday at his home. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Emma Nichols; four sons, Glenn and Paul Nichols, of Tampa; Harry Lee Nichols, of Roseville, Ga.; King Edwin Nichols, of Jacksonville; two daughters, Mrs. J. W. Stanford, of Charleston, S. C.; Miss Betty Nichols, of Atlanta, Ga., 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 14, 1946.
"The remains of Mrs. Rosa Norris, 17, of Brooksville, Fla., who died last night in a local hospital, will be taken this afternoon to her home. Funeral services will probably be Tuesday morning. Funeral arrangements are in charge of B. Marion Reed." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 13, 1925.
"NORTON - TAMPA - Funeral services for Marion C. Norton, 52, of 723 E. Hanlon St., will be conducted Friday at 3 o'clock at the Jennings Funeral Home Chapel, 6900 Nebraska Ave. with Rev. H. C. Stringfellow officiating. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories. Survivors are his wife, Louise Norton, Tampa, two sons, Robert and Steven Norton, both of Tampa and four sisters. The family will receive friends this evening at 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the funeral home. JENNINGS FUNERAL" Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"MRS. CYNTHIA NORTHCROSS - Mrs. Cynthia Northcross, 74, of 4707 10th St., died Saturday at her home. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary Ada Warren, of Eagle Lake." Also, funeral notice: "NORTHCROSS, CYNTHIA - Cynthia Northcross, 74, of 4707 10th St., died Saturday at her home. She is survived by one sister, Mary Ada Warren, Eagle Lake. Services and burial will be held at Eagle Lake. Time will be announced later by Greenman Home." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"MRS. MARY E. NEAL - WILLISTON, Oct. 16. - (Special) - Mrs. Mary E. Neal, 79, died at her home today after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 17, 1954, p. 8-A.

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"Lakeland Supply Pastor Is Found Shot to Death - LAKELAND, Sept. 3. - (Special) - The Rev. Clifford A. Owens, 61, supply pastor at the Southside Baptist church, was found shot to death today at his residence. Constable Kenneth Barfield who investigated said it was suicide and an inquest would not be held. Mr. Owens was born at Cartersville, Ga. He served as a minister in that state for several years and also at Johnstown, Pa., before retiring because of failing health and moving to Lakeland. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Aleen Owens; a son, Clifford owens, jr., of East Orange, N. J.; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Moffitt, of Lexington, N. C., and a brother, T. J. Owens, of Bellvue, Texas." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1941, p. 2.
"GUMERSINDA OLIVA de BERDAYES, 88, of 4411 N. Habana Ave., Tampa, died Wednesday. She was a housewife and lived in Tampa for 18 years. She is survived by her son, Dr. Pedro P.; one daughter, Magadalia; three brothers, Angel Oliva, Felix Oliva and Martin E. Oliva; three sisters, Florentina O. Ruiz-Calderon, Irmina O. Cabarrouy and Maria J. Travieso; and seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 1, 1982, p. D9.
"CHRISTIAN OPPEGARD - ST. PETERSBURG BEACH, OCt. 7. (Special) - Christian Oppegard, 64, 436 87th Ave., died at his home Saturday. Mr. Oppegard, formerly of Chicago, Ill., moved here July 10. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lillian Oppegard, this city; and a son, Alfred L. Oppegard, New Castle, Del." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, October 8, 1957, p. 2.
"DEATHS AND BURIALS - E. E. Cone & Co., have officiated at the following obsequies during the past two days: Mrs. Francisco Olazabo, a resident of Tenth street, who died Saturday night of Bright's disease, was buried Sunday afternoon, many friends accompanying the remains to Woodlawn cemetery." The infant son of G. Ciccarella was buried yesterday morning from the residence on Seventh avenue, interment being made in College Hill cemetery. Francis Galvan, age 3 months, was interred yesterday morning in College Hill cemetery, the funeral taking place from the residence on Seventh avenue. Constantine Prendes, the infant son of C. Prendes, was buried yesterday afternoon in College Hill cemetery, as was also Anguila Rogne, the infant child of Carlos Rogne, of West Tampa, the funeral being held at 3:30 o'clock." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 18, 1906, p. 6, col. 7.
"OLSEN, MRS. CHRISTINA - Funeral services for Mrs. Christina Olsen, 94, of 516 E. 131st Ave., will be held this morning at 11 o'clock from th Jennings Funeral Home with Rev. Andrew F. Theisz, pastor St. Paul's United Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. FAMILY REQUEST THAT FLOWERS PLEASE BE OMITTED." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 20, 1959, p. A2.
"OLSON, MRS. OSCAR P. (BERTHA) - Funeral services for Mrs. Oscar P. (Bertha) Olson of 901 Lowell St., Lakeland, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Snook Funeral Home in Lakeland, conducted by The Rev. Clifton White, rector of All Saints Episcopal Church. Burial will be in Oak Hill Burial Park. Mrs. Olson died Monday night at Morrell Hospital after an illness of three weeks. Survivors other than her husband include one daughter, Mrs. Eunice Therrian of Lakeland; two sons, William C. Johnson of Hialeah, Fla., and George R. Johnson of North Abington, Mass." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"RICHARD A. OLSEN - NEW PORT RICHEY, Feb. 8 - (Special) - Richard August Olsen, 65, a retired musician, died today at his home, 310 Virginia Ave. He was born in Somerville, Mass., and came here a year and a half ago from Patterson, N.J. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ada E. Olsen, New Port Richey; two sons, Richard Olsen, Jr., New Port Richey, and Roy H. Olsen, Patterson; three brothers, Alton Olsen, St. Petersburg, George Olsen, Charlestown, Mass., Elmer Olsen, Hanson, Mass., and a sister, Mrs. Mildred Geyer, Everett, Mass." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"OBENAUER - Funeral services for Mr. Ira J. Obebauer, 50, of 1501 W. Kirby will be conducted this afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Chapel of Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, with Reverend Jack Little, Church of God Minister officiating. Interment will follow in the Baracus National Cemetery, Pensacola, Fl. SNIPES-HAMILTON" Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 18, 1977, p. D7.
"MRS. MARY E. O'ROURKE - AUBURNDALE, Oct. 16 - (Special) - Mrs. Mary E. O'Rourke, 95, whose mother was the first woman in Ireland to graduate from college, died yesterday at her home in Lake Alfred." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 17, 1954, p. 8-A.
"CORNELIUS WESLEY OWEN - Cornelius Wesley Owen, 59, died yesterday at his home, 206 South Moody avenue. Besides his widow, he is survived by two sons, Perry L. and Charles Wesley Owen, and a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Bryson, all of Tampa. Funeral services will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed by the Rev. A. Fred Turner of the First Methodist church. The body will be taken to Fulton, Ky., for interment. Mr. Owen was a member ofthe W. O. W." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 26, 1933.
"O'NEAL - WAUCHULA - Funeral services for Mrs. T. Miriam (Billie) O'Neal will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Chapel of Coker Funeral Home in Wauchula with burial in Sorrento in Lake County. She was a veterinary's assistant at Hendersons' Animal Clinic and is survived by a son, Boyd D. Bell, and a grandson of Omaha, Neb., father Luther R. Bell, Charleston, W. Va., & Mrs. Nina McCormick, with whom she made her home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1976.
"WILLIAM O'HARA - Funeral services for William O'Hara, 60, of 1505 1/2 Franklin street, who died at a local hospital last Monday will be held at the Sacred Heart church this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Orange Hill cemetery. The Moose lodge will be in charge of the services." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1928, p. 2.
"SARAH E. OVERSTREET, 63, of Tampa died Thursday. A native of Georgia, she lived in the Bay area since 1958. She was a member of the Outreach Cathedral in Tampa. She is survived by her husband, Eugene; two sons, Roy Gene and Gilbert; three daughters, Norma Stanley, Sharon Kyle and Vicky Overstreet, all of Tampa; two brothers, Elzie Jordan, Jr. and Joseph Jordan, both of Blackshear, Ga.; one sister, Lynette Buckins of Tampa; her mother, Georgie B. Jordan of Georgia; and four grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"O'HALLORAN - One of the largest funerals held in this city in some time was that of Blas F. O'Halloran, which was held yesterday afternoon from the Masonic Temple on Lafayette Street. The services were conducted at 3 o'clock by Rev. W. A. Cooper, assisted by members of the Masonic order, of which the deceased was a honored member. The floral offerings were many and handsome, attesting the esteem in which Mr. O'Halloran was held. Mr. O'Halloran died Monday morning at a local hospital following a lingering illness. He was sixty-two years old and is survived by his wife and one son, Blas F. O'Halloran, jr., mayor of West Tampa. Members of the Masonic lodge acted as pallbearers. Interment was in Oaklawn Cemetery under the directions of Undertaker B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1917, p. 5.
"O'NEILL - Word was received here last night of the death in Washington of Mrs. Thomas A. O'Neill. The telegram gave no particulars except that the body was being shipped to Tampa for burial. Mrs. O'Neill, the daughter of Gus Rive, No. 1911 Tampa street, is survived by her husband, her father and two brothers - Gus E. Rive of this city and Sidney Rive, with the American expeditionary forces. The O'Neills, formerly residents of this city, have been living in Washington for several years. Funeral arrangements are in the handsof J. L. reed and will be announced later." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"Tampan Killed, Son Injured In Georgia Accident - Simon T. Osgood, 53, 184 Baltic Cr., retired manager of the Florida Mobile Homes Finance Co., was killed in an automobile accident yesterday near Watkinsville, Ga., and his son, Howard B. Osgood, was injured in the wreck. Authorites reported the Osgoods were pulling a house trailer which jackknifed and fell on the open car in which they were riding. The elder Osgood, a native of Marseilles, Ill., had lived in Tampa since 1925. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, where he was a past president of the Men's Club, a member of Hillsborough Lodge No. 25, F&AM, Disabled American Veterans and the American Legion. He is survived by his wife, Lois; his son, Howard; a daughter, Miss Nancy Osgood; his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Osgood; two sisters, Mrs. Lonore Adams and Mrs. Henry Speight, all of Tampa, and a brother, Herbert Osgood, of St. John, Ind." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"JESSE ODER - GAINESVILLE, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Jesse Oder, 72, a retired carpenter, died yesterday at his home after an illness of four years." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"MRS. CANDELARIA OSORIO-DE ROJAS - Funeral services for Mrs. Candelaria Osorio-De Rojas will be held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the residence, 2716 Main street. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. W. O. Johnson, Mrs. J. L. Diaz and Mrs. A. Moreno, and one son, D. Rojas." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, September 17, 1927 p. 10.
"O'NEILL - Word was received here last night of the death in Washington of Mrs. Thomas A. O'Neill. The telegram gave no particulars except that the body was being shipped to Tampa for burial. Mrs. O'Neill, the daughter of Gus Rive, No. 1911 Tampa street, is survived by her husband, her father and two brothers - Gus E. Rive of this city and Sidney Rive, with the American expeditionary forces. The O'Neills, formerly residents of this city, have been living in Washington for several years. Funeral arrangements are in the hands of J. L. Reed and will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, October 14, 1918, p. 5.
"FUNERAL HELD TODAY FOR RUDOLPH OHME - Funeral services for Rudolph Ohme, 86, who died Thursday, will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the family home in Valrico. Burial will be in the Tampa Memorial Park cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Joe Turk, Herman Burchard, August Mugge, Ernest Krehe, Herman Regener and Otto Reiner Mr. Ohme was a native of Germany, having come to America 45 years ago, going to Texas where he remained a year, then coming to Tampa. Prior to his death he was engaged in the grocery and fruit business. He leaves a wife, a daughter and five sons." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, April 3, 1927, p. A5.
"JAMES R. OVERHOLT - WINTER HAVEN, Aug. 11. - (Special) - James R. Overholt, 39, died today at his home in Lake Alfred after a short illness." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"MARION EUGENE O'NEAL - Marion Eugene O'Neal, 37, Rt. 1, Box 84D, Thonotosassa, was killed in a truck accident in Lakeland yesterday morning. (See story, Page 3-B). A native of Caldwell, Kansas, he had lived in the Tampa area for 17 years. He was employed by the Marianna Asphalt Company of Tampa. He was a member of the Galilean Baptist Church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Donna Jean O'Neal; three children, Thomas Lee, Patricia Ann and Tammy Catherine O'Neal; his mother, Mrs. Opal O'Neal, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Frances Mobley, Tampa; a grandfather, Mr. Marion Hart, Great Bend, Kan." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.

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"PETERSON, EMMA C. - Funeral services for Mrs. Emma C. Peterson, who passed away early Sunday morning, will be held at 3:00 o'clock Tuesday in the Richardson Chapel, with Roland Lewis, Dade City Church of Christ, officiating, followed by interment in Dade City Cemetery. Incomplete list of pallbearers are as follows: Bill Coats, Keith Mathews, Lonnie Downing and Clifton Bryant. Arrangements by Richardson Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 6, 1958, p. 2.
"PORTER - TAMPA - Funeral services for Mr. Harold J. Porter, age 78, of 5403 So. Lois Ave. will be held Wednesday at 4 p.m. from the A. P. Boza Riverside Chapel with interment in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens. Survivors include his daughter, Margaret Sessions; two sisters, Mildred Grice, and Louise Grimasson both of Conn.; and one grandchild, Harold J. Sessions. The Rev. Cryder Brayshaw of the Peninsular Christian Church will officiate. Mr. Porter will lie in Repose Tuesday from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Chapel, and the family will receive friends from 8 to 9 p.m. A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL 3809 N. Armenia Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 3, 1974, p. 7D.
"PIPPIN - Mrs. Carmen Pippin, 57, of Rivers Baptist Retreat, Bushnell, Florida, passed away Thursday morning. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the Lutz Chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 18310 N. U.S. Highway 41 with Jot Sciame, pastor of the Northeast Baptist Church of Tampa, officiating. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. The family will be at the Funeral Home Sunday afternoon from 2 until 4 p.m. A native of Inez, Kentucky, Mrs. Pippin had resided in this area since 1950. Survivors include two daughters: Mrs. Mary Nancy Ward, and Mrs. Sharon Duft, both of Bushnell; mother, Mrs. Czarinia Prince, Tampa; brother, William L. Prince, Land O'Lakes; and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 17, 1975, p. D13.
"JAMES W. PONDER - SARASOTA, Feb. 10. - (Special) - James W. Ponder, 74-year-old prominent Sarasota county pioneer, died Sunday at his summer home at Ventnor, N. J. He was a son of Governor James Ponder of Dalaware, and came to Sarasota in 1911. He was chairman of the Manatee county commission in 1921 when Sarasota became a seperate county." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, February 11, 1942, p. 2.
"PATTEN - William Curtis Patten, aged eighty, died yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence of his son, Capt. W. C. Patten, at No. 114 Co. Brevard street. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the parlors of B. Marion Reed, Rev. U. C. Tims of the First Presbyterian church officiating. The following will act as pallbearers: W. A. Bonacker, M. J. Hulsey, J. H. Bilderback, H. C. Giddens, Capt. John Fogarty and Judge W. S. Graham. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2.
"PRESNELL, CHARLES R. - Mr. Charles R. Presnell, age 84, of 726 South Orleans, passed away Wednesday morning at his residence. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the chapel of F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home with Rev. Donald L. Erwin, associate pastor of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Ed Larson, Jack Martin, Vernon Chambers, Ralph Deacon, Paul Haimovitz, and Ed E. Moore. Honorary pallbearers will be T. D. Fisher Sr., T. E. Hudgins, Roy T. Stanley, Robert H. Tait, Glen Loughridge, Walter C. Gregory, Carl E. Bentley, Otto Boehm, Wally Walker, and Charles McCormack, and all members of the Hillsborough and Pinellas County Hoo-Hoo Lumbermens Club." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"PASCHALL, GRADY EDWARD - Funeral services for Mr. Grady Edward Paschall, 69, of 207 S. McKay, Port Tampa City, will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the Jennings Funeral Home with Rev. Stanley E. Young, pastor of First Baptist Church of Port Tampa, officiating. Interment will be in Parrish Cemetery, Parrish, Fla. Pallbearers will be members of Port Tampa Lodge 153 F&AM. Services at the graveside will be in charge of Port Tampa Lodge 153 F&AM." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 20, 1959, p. A2.
"GUILLERMO POLO - Guillermo Polo, 23, of 2140 LaSalle street, died last night at a local hospital. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Polo; his wife, Mrs. Enedina Polo; six brothers, Arturo, Emilio, Abelardo, Fernando, Armando, and Evelio Polo, and two sisters, Carmen and Zenaida Polo. He was a native of Tampa." Also, funeral notice: "POLO, GUILLERMO - Funeral services for Mr. Guillermo Polo, 23, of 2140 LaSalle street, who died last night at a local hospital, will be conducted this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Armando P. Boza funeral home. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery family plot." Both published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"JESSIE WATSON PONDER - Jessie Watson Ponder, 68, resident aof 621 E. Hillsborough ave., died at a Tampa hospital. Survivors are her husband, James R. Ponder, and a son, H. K. Ponder, of Denham, Fla." Also: "PONDER, JESSIE WATSON - Funeral services for Jessie Watson Ponder, 68, resident of 621 E. Hillsborough Ave., who died Saturday at a local hospital, will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Co. Funeral home with interment in Orange Hill cemetery, Rev. A. W. Mathis to officiate. Survivors, husband, James R. Ponder; one son, H. K. Ponder; five granddaughters, one great-grandson of Tampa. Active pallbearers, Homer Mercer, Tom Charlton, Fred Clem, Joe B. Klay, M. R. Stallings. Honorary pallbearers, J. Clark Evans, S. B. Reed, C. P. Hanes." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1944, p. 2.
"PRICE, MRS. MABLE D. - Mrs. Mable D. Price, age 91, a resident of Zephyrhills, passed away Monday. Funeral services will be held in th chapel of Lairs Funeral Home Friday at two o'clock with the Rev. B. A. Oswald and Rev. R. B. Womack officiating. Interment in Oakside Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"WILLIAM F. PRATT - Funeral services for William F. Pratt, of Mango, who died Saturday at River Junction, were held yesterday at Providence cemetery with the Rev. I. S. Murphy conducting the services. Burial was in Providence cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 31, 1931, p. 2.
"PLESNIK, Judith, 80, of Masaryktown. Died Monday. A resident of Masaryktown four years. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home, Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"PRITCHARD, JAMES ERNEST - Funeral services for Mr. James Ernest Pritchard, 73, of the Turkey Creek Road, rural Plant City, who passed away Sunday, will be held this afternoon at 4 P.M. at the Haynes Griffin Ham Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Bascom Sutton officiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Enon Cemetery. Those selected to serve as pallbearers are asked to please meet at the chapel at 3:45 P.M. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Pritchard, Plant City; two sons, James Hulan Pritchard, Marietta, Ga., Lamar Pritchard, Plant City; three sisters, Miss Rosia Pritchard, Tampa, Miss Cara Pritchard, Tampa, Mrs. Irma Duke, Tampa; one brother, Clarence Pritchard, Tampa. Arrangements are under direction of Haynes Griffin Ham Funeral Home Inc., Plant City." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"PECK, Raymond L., 77, of Brooksville died Monday. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"JULIO PEREZ, 65, of 3018 W. Braddock Ave. died Tuesday of natural causes. He was a native of Tampa and a fuel salesman. Survivors include his brothers, Laureano and Roberto Perez; and a sister, Adelaida Chavez. A.P. Boza Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 24, 1979, p. D7.
"PETERSON - Monroe Peterson, aged seventy-two years, died yesterday morning at his home in Gardenville. The deceased was a farmer. Funeral services will be held his morning from the residence under the directions of Undertaker B. Marion Reed. Interment will be made at Gardenville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1917, p. 5.
"MRS. E. J. PRICE - LAKELAND, Sept. 25. - (Special) - Mrs. E. J. Price, who had spent the last five Winters here with her daughter, Miss Jessica Price, died yesterday afternoon at her home in Chicago, according to news received here today." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"MRS. MARGARETTE PURSLEY - Mrs. Margarette Pursley, 24, of Jacksonville, died there Friday morning. She is survived by her husband, Douglas Pursley. Funeral services will be held here from the chapel of B. Marion Reed, the time to be announced later." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1928, p. 2.
"POLK, VINCE S. - Funeral services for Vince S. Polk, of Jacksonville, former resident of Wauchula and Bowling Green, who died Sunday, will be held today at 2 o'clock at the Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church in Jacksonville, with the Rev. L. R. Wasdin officiating. Interment will be in Restlawn Cemetery, Jacksonville." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 10, 1946, p. 2.
"PALM - Funeral services for Mr. Ludwig J. (Lou) Palm, 62, of Lincoln Rd., Riverview, will be conducted from the chapel of Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, 6718 N. Armenia Ave., this afternoon at 2 p.m. with Chaplain Stewart K. Lewis, pastor of the John Calvin Presbyterian Church, officiating. Cremation will follow. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Edna Palm, Riverview; son, John Palm of Miami; daughter, Mrs. Doris Beswick, Connecticut; stepsons, Ronald and Donald Scott of New York; stepdaughter, Constance Alfano, New Jersey, and six grandchildren. SNIPES-HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, September 18, 1973, p. 7-D.
"ALBERT H. PUGH, 85, of Tampa died June 19. He was a seven-year resident of the area and a retired printer. He is survived by one niece, Eleanor Hubbard of Tampa. Duval Funeral Home, Garden Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"MRS. GEORGIA R. PERRY - Mrs. Georgia R. Perry, 44, 3809 Paxton Ave., died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Madison, Wis, she had been a resident of Tampa seven years. She came here from Washington, D.C. Survivors include her husband, Norman E. Perry, and her father, Charles E. Riley, Miami." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"EUSEBIO PALACIO - Eusebio (Joe) Palacio, 64, Dover, died Thursday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Spain, he had been a resident of Dover 28 years. Survivors include two sons, Paul, Dover, and Angel Haya, Tampa; one daughter, Mrs. Estella Diaz, Tampa; one brother, Edward, Cuba; two sisters, Maria, North Carolina, and Julia Cuba; one granddaughter, two grandsons and two great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"PERRY, LEON R. - Funeral services for Mr. Leon R. Perry, 58, of 74 W. Kaley Ave., Orlando, who died Monday evening in Perry, Fla., will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Oxford Baptist Church with the Rev. Harold Harllee and Rev. Horace Hurst officiating. Interment will follow in Pine Level Cemetery, Oxford. Friends may call at the Crabb-Theus Chapel, Wildwood, from 4 p.m. Tuesday until noon Wednesday, to pay their respects." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"JOSE PUIG - Jose Puig, 67, 1006 12th Ave., a native of Cuba and a resident of Tampa for the last 42 years, died Sunday in a local hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Luz Puig; three sons, Jose Andres, Onelio and Phillip Puig; three daughters, Mrs. Carrie Romaella, Mrs. Liza Bourdeau and Mrs. Eloise Cuervo, and nine grandchildren, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"OLIVER LANGDON PERIN - WAUCHULA, Jan. 25. - (Special) - Oliver Langdon Pein, 68, a prominent fruit grower who had lived here and in Bowling Green for 27 years, died at his home here today. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Jessie Stuart Perin; a son, H. S. Perin, Wauchula; five daughters, Mrs. Tom Henessy, Charleston, S. C.; Mrs. Gabriel I. Daurelle, Tampa; Mrs. W. H. Jones, Fort Myers; Mrs. W. L. Vanderford, Brandenton, and Mrs. G. W. Drake, Arcadia; a brother and five sisters in the north." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"MRS. C. J. POST - TAVARES, May 6. - (Special) - Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. C. J. Post, Tavares resident, at the home of her sister, Mrs. A Dodds, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mrs. Post had been a resident of Tavares for many years." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, May 7, 1935, p. 2.
"PASCIUTA, ROBERT LEE - Fuenral services for Robert Lee Pasciuta, two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pasciuta of 2211 Clark st., who died yesterday will be held tomorrow (Friday) morning at 10:30 o'clock at the parlors of the Lord and Fernandez funeral home, Mitchell at Oak aves. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Beside his parents he is survived by two brothers, Joe Daniel Pasciuta and John Hall Pasciuta, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pasciuta and Mr. and Mrs. David M. Hutchinson, all of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"GUSTAV PAETKE - Gustav Paetke, 77, died yesterday while visiting at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. S. D. Cowley, 2208 18th ave. He lived with another daughter, Mrs. Ruth Goding, 1204 19th ave. Survivors are another daughter, Miss Alvena Paetke; a son, Van Paetke, of Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Alvina Ludwig, of Eldorado, Kans.; two brothers, R. A. Paetke and Louis Paetke, of Montana. Mr. Paetke was born in Burgsdorf, Germany, and went to Alma, Kans., in 1881, where he made his home for seven years. In 1888 he moved to Ocala, where he lived for 34 years, and for the last 21 years he lived in Tampa. He was a charter member of the Florida Avenue Baptist church and had been a naturalized citizen for a number of years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, August 5, 1942, p. 2.
"PETERS, QUINCY CLAUDE - Funeral services for Quincy Claude Peters, who died Tuesday night in a local hospital will be held Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt street at Plant Ave., Tampa lodge No. 708, B. P. O. E., officiating. Mr. Peters was a past exalted ruler of Balboa lodge, No. 1414, B. P. O. E., Canal Zone, and a Mason. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Roxie Peters, and a daughter, Miss Margaret Ruth Peters, Tampa, and a son, Claude Wilson Peters, Miami Beach, Fla." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"POREE, VICTOR - Funeral services for Victor Poree who died last Friday will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the San Marcos Methodist church, 12th avenue at 16th street, with Rev. Richard J. Parker officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Arrangements by Lord and Fernandez." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Sunday, January 18, 1942, p. 1-4.
"POWERS, DR. HENRY K. - Dr. Henry K. Powers, 114 N. Edison ave., died Saturday night in a Tampa hospital. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. E. L. Line; a sister, Mrs. Merle Hileman; two granddaughters and a brother, Dr. R. M. Powers, New Kensington, Pa. The remains will be sent to New Kensington for service and burial. Arrangements by Greenman." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Sunday, January 18, 1942, p. 1-4.
"IRVING J. PLOOF, 81, of Gibsonton, died Wednesday. He had lived in the Bay area 35 years, coming from Michigan. He was a member of Riverview Chapel in the Garden Pentecostal Church. He is survived by his wife, Alice; a stepdaughter, Kay Westerman of Gibsonton; and a granddaughter. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"POLLACK, SAMUEL S. - Funeral services for Mr. Samuel S. Pollack, age 46, 6817 N. Habana Ave., will be held at 11:00 o'clock Wednesday morning at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. Rabbi Samuel M. Mallinger of Beth Israel Synagogue will officiate. Interment will follow in Beth Israel Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"MRS. SARAH PRATT - Mrs. Sarah Minerva Pratt, 87, of 1204 Holland avenue, died yesterday at the residence." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 3, 1935, p. 2.
"ERNEST P. POWELL - LAKELAND, Dec. 28. - (Special) - Funeral services for Ernest P. Powell, who died Saturday, were held yesterday with the Rev. C. A. Raymond of the First Presbyterian church officiating. Interment was in the Roselawn cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 29, 1932, p. 2.
"MRS. CATHARINA PAARTZ - Mrs. Catharina Paartz, a resident of Tampa for 51 years, died yesterday afternoon at the residence, 6704 Navin avenue. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Helena C. Paartz and Miss L. Elsa Paartz, both of Tampa. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church with the Rev. P. G. Heckel conducting the services. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Pallbearers will be Carl Henke, H. Kruse, H. Schenk, August Mugge, Gus Bremer and Walter Berg. The body will lie in state at the church from 1 o'clock until the time of the services." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 4, 1934.
"PRESSLY - Rev. N. E. Pressly, aged seventy years, of Winnsboro, S. C., died last night at the residence of his son, Rev. H. E. Pressly, No. 210 West Mitchell street. Rev. Pressly is survived by his widow and three sons, Dr. J. E. Pressly of Abbyville, S. C., Rev. B. J. Pressly of Hickory Grove, S. C., and Rev. H. E. Pressly of Tampa. The remains will be taken to Winnsboro for interment. Undertaker B. Marion Reed is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, November 2, 1920.
"FORT MEADE, June 2 - (Special) - Joseph Tilden Page, aged 74, resident of Homeland, died Saturday afternoon in a Bartow hospital after a short illness." - Also, funeral notice: "PAGE, JOSEPH TILDEN - Funeral services for Joseph Tilden Page, 74, resident of Homeland for the past 46 years, who passed away Satruday afternon in a Bartow hospital after a short illness, will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 P. M. from the Homeland Baptist Church, with the pastor, The Rev. Martin Lynn, officiating. Interment will be in Homeland Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jack Rimes, Varne Wilson, Paul Wilson, Alcus Aycock, Gus Weyand and Felix Mills, and are requested to be at the church at 4:30 A. E. North Funeral Home, of Fort Meade, are in charge of arrangements." - Both from Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"PARKER - Brief funeral services for Edward Parker, killed by falling timber in a local wood yard willl be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the undertaking parlors of F. T. Blount. The body will then be shipped to New Orleans where services will be held and interment made." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, July 1, 1922, p. 11.
"PAULO - Octavio Paulo, two-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Paulo, of No. 1714 Eleventh avenue, died yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. from the residence with Undertaker Primo Lord in charge of arrangements. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, March 7, 1919.
"EDWIN S. PARSLOW - Edwin S. Parslow, a native of Tampa and for the past 10 years a resident of Mobile, Ala., died Saturday. Survivors include his son, Edwin S. Parslow Jr., Tampa; daughter, Mrs. Sue Tedwelle, North Carolina; mother, Mrs. Emily Stein, Mobile, and brothers, Alfred Parslow, Miami, J. G. Parslow, Tallahassee, and James Parslow, Bessemer, Ala." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, May 19, 1972, p. 23-A.
"C. W. POCOCK - C. W. Pocock, 54, died yesterday at Bay Pines. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and is survived by his father. William Pocock, Tampa; three brothers, A. G. Pocock, Tampa; Edward Pocock, Seattle, Wash.; Philip M. Pocock, Englewood, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. J. E. Sligh, Lakeland." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"JOSEPH LINDALL PEERMAN - Joseph Lindall Peerman, 61, of 2810 Highland avenue, died yesterday morning. He is survived by four sons, Dr. Roy W Peerman, Tampa, Dr. E. T. Peerman, of East St. Louis, Ill., Charles E. Peerman, Ajron, Ohio, and Joseph L. Peerman, New Harmony, Ind.; three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Baker and Mrs. Elsie Mae Butsch, both of Akron, and Mrs. Katherine Hyatt, of New Harmony, and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the J. L. Reed & Son chapel by the Rev. J. E. Grimes, of United Brethren church, with burial in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Active pallbearers will be H. H. White, Ernest Newton, Dr. L. O. Guest, Dr. R. A. Bryant, Dr. Charles E. Gesser and Dr. Wilbur Hicks, of Plant City." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, August 25, 1934.
"PRUEITT - Harrison Prueitt, aged seventy-six years, died at his residence, last night in Bloomingdale. Funeral services will be held from his residence Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be made in Bloomingdale cemetery under the direction of F. T. Blount, mortician. Besides his wife, the deceased in survived by six sons, N. M. of Spokane, Wash.; Charles of Spokane, O. L. of Kansas City; John of Chamite, Kan.; Fred of Guthrie, Okla., and J. L. of Bloomingdale, and one daughter, Mrs. J. M. Johnson of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1923, p.16.
"PEREZ - This morning at 10 o'clock funeral services will be conducted for the late Irma Perez, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Perez, No. 2114 Nebraska avenue, who died yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The funeral will be held from the residence, with Primo Lord in charge of arrangements. Interment is to be made in Centro Espanol cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"PIERCE, MRS. STELLA PARKER - Mrs. Stella Parker Pierce, 83, of Old People's Home, passed away Thursday evening. Funeral services will be held this morning at 11 o'clock from F. T. Blount Funeral Home with Rev. Charles E. Wood of Episcopal House of Prayer officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 25, 1947, p. 2.
"PARKER, HENRY ARTHUR - Funeral services for Henry Arthur Parker, 60, resident of 3102 21st Ave., who passed away Thursday at a Tampa hospital, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the El Bethel Baptist Church, The Rev. F. M. Hill and The Rev. R. H. Whitcomb to officiate. Interment in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers W. J. Jones, I. V. Singletary, George Dunn, A. A. Dennis, Jim Conner and J. L. Burnette. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 14, 1948, p. 2.
"PEARCE - Funeral services over the remains of Thomas Franklin Pearce, familarly and affectionately known as "Doc" Pearce, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from his late residence, Tampa street and Virginia avenue. Funeral services will conducted by the Hillsborough Lodge No. 25, F. and A.M. Masonic services will be held both at the house and at the grave. The funeral will be attended also by local camp of Spanish War Veterans, Commander Joughin having issued orders to all officers to attend wearing uniforms. Also a firing squad from Fort Dade will attend the funeral paying the last respects to the dead soldier. Members of the several Masonic lodges have been requested to meet at the Masonic temple at 1 o'clock at which time they will chose from those present the pallbearers. The honorary pallbearers are Wallace F. Stovall, Edwin D. Lambright, Hewitt Hill, Gilbert D. Leach, Goode M. Guerry and L. E. Randall. Interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 18, 1913 p. 4.
"Antonio Perrone, 54, died yesterday at his home, 1916 Michigan avenue. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the residence. Interment will be in L'Unione cemetery. Mr. Perrone is survived by his wife, two sons, Gaspar and Tano Perrone, and four daughters, Mrs. Catalina Ayala, Mrs. Tanita Perrone, Misses Josephine and America Perrone, all of Tampa." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"PATTON, MRS. ROBERT A. - Funeral services for Mrs. Robert A. Patton, of 4803 Bayshre Blvd., who passed away Saturday, will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt at Plant Ave., The Rev. Harold Brown Hoag, rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Le Bron Kinchley, Michael J. O'Brien, Robert Carnes, Jack Peters, Carl Fish, W. E. Hamner, John Long, R. J. Binnicker, Barton H. Smith, Frank C. Caldwell, Col. Ernest Wilson and Penn Dawson. She is survived by her husband, Robert A. Patton, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 2-A.
"PHILP, JAMES C. - James C. Philp, 78, 1211 E. Cayuga St., died yesterday morning at a hospital. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. H. W. Stout and Miss Marie Philp, of Tampa. Services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt at Plant Ave., the Rev. J. B. Culpepper, pastor of Trinity Methodist church, will officiate; interment to be in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"PINE, MRS. GLADYS - Mrs. Gladys Pine, 47, 506 Memorial Highway, died Saturday at a hosipal. She is survived by her husband, C. A. Pine, and a daughter, Nyle Faith Pine, Tampa, and her mother, Mrs. J. H. Young, Cleveland, Ohio. Services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt at Plant Ave. Mr. Harold T. Shelton will read the Christian Science service." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"PEREZ INFANT - The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perez died yesterday at a local hospital. Funeral services will be held at the F. T. Blount chapel this morning and burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, September 23, 1927, p. 2.
"PIXTON - Clyde Pixton, aged twenty-six years, died yesterday afternoon at No. 802 Ella avenue, after an illness of several weeks with typhoid fever. The funeral will occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the late residence of the deceased, Rev. J. E. Skinner, pastor of the Palm Avenue Church officiating. Interment will be made in Woodlawn cemetery in charge of the Gooding Smith Company, undertakers." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, February 18, 1913.
"MRS. MATTIE POPE - Funeral services for Mrs. Mattie Pope, 38, of 203 Cardy street, who died Sunday at a hospital, were held yesterday from F. T. Blount's funeral home with the Rev. J. M. Mikell of the Tampa City mission conducting the service. Burial was in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"LAKELAND, June 2 - (Special) - Joyce Ann Powell, 11-year old daughter of Policeman and Mrs. R. O. Powell, died last night at a hospital here after a short illness." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"PRADO - TAMPA - Funeral services for Mr. Basilio "Silo" Prado, 65, of 2612 Marconi St. will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. from the A. P. Boza Riverside Chapel (3809 N. Armenia Ave.) with interment in Centro Espanol Memorial. Pallbearers: Alberto, Manuel and James R. Prado, James Gonzalez, Peter Fernandez, and Charlie Miranda. Honorary Pallbearers: John Sansel, Tony Licata, Victor Licata, Higinio Fernandez, and Delio Silva. A. P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL 3809 N. Armenia Ave." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"GEORGE PURVIANCE - George (Jack) Purviance, of Cortez, died yesterday at Bay Pines Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Purviance was a World War I veteran, and taught school at Bradenton. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Loyd Lee, Mrs. Arthur Slater and Miss Helen Purviance, all of Huntington, Ind., and a brother, Paul Purviance, Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"PETERSON, Mae Florence, 82, of Auburndale, died Thursday. Kersey Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"PYATT, MAE KNIGHT - Funeral services fr Mae Knight Pyatt will be held on Tuesday, October 21, at 10:30 A. M. at the Bowling Green Methodist Church. The Rev. Edward Norman of Tarpon Springs and The Rev. Ed Standifer will officiate and burial will be in Bowling Green Cemetery under the direction of Coker's Funeral Home. Members of the family should meet at the Pyatt residence no later than 30 minutes prior to the time of the service." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), October 20, 1958, p. 2.
"WILLIAM PRESSER, an influential leader in the Teamsters union for more than 50 years, has died of a heart attack at the age of 74. Presser, who died Saturday at his home in suburban Lyndhurst, Ohio was a former international vice president of the Teamsters. His son, Jackie, has served in that position since replacing his father in 1976. Phil Horne, Jr., president of Teamsters Local 24, with 3,000 members in the Akron area, described Presser as 'probably the most powerful leader we ever had,' and well liked by Teamsters leaders. Presser occasionally clashed with the government, being convicted twice in the 1960's, once for contempt of Congress and later for obstruction of justice." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"PATTERSON, Joseph F., 81, of Hernando died Friday. Hooper Funeral Home."
"PETERSON, MARVIN H. - Funeral services for Mr. Marvin H. Peterson, 72, Istachatta, will be held Sunday, June 30, at 3:30 p.m. in the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Officiating will be Rev. W. S. Gresham and Rev. Otis Caudill. Interment will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Arrangements are by Purcell Funeral Home, Bushnell." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"PARISH, GEORGE P. - George P. Parish, 80 years of age, died after a short illness Monday morning at 7 o'clock. He was a member of the Church of God and a resident of Sumter County for his entire life. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Millie Parish, Linden; one daughter, Mrs. Lois Pitts; one son, George A. Parish, Baldwin, N. Y.; seven grandchildren; two brothers, Charlie, of Linden, and Joe, of Eden Park; one sister, Mrs. Ada Bradham, of Tampa. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Linden Cemetery, with The Rev. D. A. Statem, of Dade City, and The Rev. C. O. Crews, of Linden, officiating. Kurfiss Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"ALAN ROBERT PECK - BAY PINES, June 13 (Special) - Alan Robert Peck, 70, World War I veteran, died last night at Veterans Hospital here. A native of Superior, Wis., Peck moved to 513 James St., Tampa, 10 years ago from Boston, Mass. He was a retired policeman for the city of Boston. He was a Protestant and a member of the American Legion, Boston. Survivors include a brother, George Peck, Minneapolis, Minn., and a sister, Mrs. Cecelia A. Arthur, of Sacramento, Calif." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"Father Of Tampan Dies In Boca Raton - W. B. Parr, Sr., father of William B. Parr, Jr., 2508 Sunset Dr., well known Tampan, died last night at the home of another son, Louis Parr, in Boca Raton. Mr. Parr had been a regular visitor to Tampa for many years. He was a Mason, a member of the Scottish Rite, and a Shriner with affiliations in Atlanta." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"DR. WILLIAM W. PINSON - NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 7. - (AP) - Dr. William W. Pinson, author, lecturer and for many years one of the outstanding figures in southern Methodism died at his home here today. He was 76 years old and a native of Cheatham county, Tenn. Funeral services will be held in Wightman chapel of Scarritt college here Thursday morning." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, October 8, 1930, p. 2.
"PONDER, JAMES REAVIS - Funeral services for James Reavis Ponder, 78, a resident of 110 E. Jean St., who passed away Thursday morning in a local hospital, will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Seminole Heights Baptist Church, with interment in Orange Hill Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"MRS. ZELPHIA PARTRIDGE - Mrs. Zelphia Louise Partridge, 91, died yesterday at her residence, 1703 66th st. Survivors are three sons, J. E. Partridge, of Pollack, La.; A. D. Partridge, of Tampa, and Decie Daniels, of Thomasville, Ga." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1944, p. 2.
"JUAN MANUEL PEREZ, 66, of 2025 Waikiki Way, Tampa, died Wednesday. He was a retired maintenance man and is survived by his wife, Estela; his mother, Modesta; one son, Juan Carlos; two brothers, Heriberto and Jose Luis; one sister, Carmelina; and three grandchildren. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 1, 1982, p. D9.
"ETHEL V. POST, 75, of Tampa died Thursday. She was a native of Fairmont, W.Va., and lived in Tampa for 40 years. She was a Presbyterian and is survived by her husband, Merle H.; on daughter, Marilyn Ringley of Thonotosassa; one son, Roger of St. Petersburg; one sister, Glenoka Roth of Tampa; three brothers, William Merrifield of Vienna, Ohio, Harold Merrifield of East Park, Ga., and Robert Merrifield of Belvedere, Texas; and four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Swilley Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 1, 1982, p. D9.
"SADIE L. PIERCE, 62, of Tampa died Wednesday. She was a resident for most of her life and was a housewife. She is survived by three sons, Nelson Garner of Riverview, Richard and Ronnie Pierce, both of Tampa; two daughters, Shirley McElveen and Darlene Aspenwall, both of Tampa; five brothers, Mike of Miami, Frank Goodson of Thonotosassa, Riley, Lawty and Barney Goodson, all of Tampa; one sister, Lena Stewart; 13 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"PARRISH - Remains of little Joseph B. Parrish, six months old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parrish who died yesterday in a local hospital, have been postponed by Blount & Turner for shipment today to Parrish, where interment will be made." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 18, 1913 p. 4.
"JOHN P. PEREZ, 59, of 814 W. Plymouth Ave. died Wednesday. He was a retired butcher and a member of the Centro Espanol Club. He was also a member of the McFarland Optimist Club and a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Carmen; one son, Joe; his mother, Angelina; a brother, Joe; a sister, Pilar Santisteban; and two grandchildren. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"PADRON - Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine G. Padron age 74 of 4101 W. Carmen St., will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. from the A.P. Boza Riverside Chapel, 3809 N. Armenia Ave., with interment to follow in Garden of Memories. Survivors include a son, Richard D. Padron, daughter-in-law, Norma Padron, grandchildren: Richard D. Padron, Jr. and Lynette Raynor of Tampa, two great grandchildren: Jordan and Jared Raynor. Please omit flowers and in lieu friends may send contributions to Jehovah's Witness Carrol-Citrus Hall, 1208 W. Humphrey Ave., Tampa, Fla. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"PURVIS, LOUISE ESTELLE - Funeral services for Louise Estelle Purvis, 62, resident of 3608 Fourteenth street, who died Saturday evening will be held at 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon from the Wilson Sammon company funeral home with the Rev. Earl Tharpe of New Orleans Baptist church officiating. Interment to be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers will be Denzil Schaker, Russell Schaker, Percy Schaker, Mitchell Schaker, Richard Schaker and Ralph Schaker." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"AUBREY A. PEEL, 58, of Tampa, died Monday. The automobile salesman was a lifelong resident of Tampa. He is survived by his wife, Frances; eight sons, Buddy Cunzie and Victor Peel, both of Fort Myers, Michael, Steven, John, Gregory, Jeremy and Mark Peel, all of Tampa; four daughters, Shirley Maze of Punta Gorda, Sue Deter of Bartow, Lisa Arocha and Erua Peel, both of Tampa; six brothers, William of Arcadia, Donald of Brooksville, Maxie, James, Edward and Jack, all of Tampa; and nine grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"MYRTLE M. PIERCE, 73, of Tampa, died Tuesday. A native of Crenshaw County, Ala., she had lived in Tampa most of her life. She was of the Baptist faith. She is survived by two brothers, Watson Jayroe of Tampa and Chapman Jayroe of Boston; and her father, C.F. Jayroe of Tampa. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"PHILP, JAMES C. - James C. Philp, 78, 1211 E. Cayuga St., died yesterday morning at a hospital. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. H. W. Stout and Miss Marie Philp, of Tampa. Services will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt at Plant Ave., the Rev. J. B. Culpepper, pastor of Trinity Methodist church, will officiate; interment to be in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"HENRY S. PELOUBET - CLEARWATER, March 23. - (A.P.) - Henry Spalding Peloubet, 64, winter visitor from Glen Ridge, N.J., died last night at his home on Clearwater beach after an illness of a few days. He was a retired official of the Chase National bank." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 24, 1935.
"PASSERMAN, JOSEPH - The remains of Joseph Passerman, 59, resident of Detroit, Mich., who passed away Tuesday morning at a Tampa hospital was sent Wednesday night by Sammon Wilson Funeral Home to Detroit, Mich., for funeral services and interment. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dora S. Passerman, Detroit, Mich., and a son, Julius Passerman, Detroit, Mich." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 14, 1946.
"BENEDETTO PENZATO - Benedetto Penzato, 64, a resident of Tampa for the last 48 years of 2306 14th Ave., died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Giustina Penzato; three sons Peter, John and Benny, Jr.; three daughters, Mrs. Antonia Ficarotta, Mrs. Grace Gutierrez and Mrs. Emily Krause, all of Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Alfonzina Penzato, Italy." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 14, 1946.
"CHARLES PLUMMER - ST. PETERSBURG BEACH (Special) - Charles LeRoy Plummer, 77, 4151 Bele Vista Drive, died Sunday. A native of Bangor, Me., he moved here 19 years ago from Kansas City, Kan. He was for 43 years a sales engineer for Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co., and a member of the Congregational Church, Blue Lodge, St. Petersburg. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Nora Cannon Plummer; two sons, Willis R. Plummer, Memphis, Tenn., and Roy A. Plummer, Stroud, Okla." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, June 19, 1962, p. 2-A.
"JOSE A. 'TONY' PIPITONE, 69, of Tampa, died Thursday. A native of Honduras, he was a resident of the Tampa Bay area for 43 years. He was a retired agent for Gulf Life and Independent Life Insurance and a member of Universal Lodge No. 178, Free and Accepted Masons. He was of the Catholic faith. He is survived by his wife, Mary C.; one son, Joseph A. of Tampa; one daughter, Linda Tambuzzo of Tampa; four sisters, Mary Pineda and Lydia Navarro, both of Tampa, and two sisters in Honduras; and one grandchild. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"PINE, MRS. GLADYS - Mrs. Gladys Pine, 47, 506 Memorial Highway, died Saturday at a hosipal. She is survived by her husband, C. A. Pine, and a daughter, Nyle Faith Pine, Tampa, and her mother, Mrs. J. H. Young, Cleveland, Ohio. Services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt at Plant Ave. Mr. Harold T. Shelton will read the Christian Science service." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"ALTON LEON PHENIS, 80, of Riverview died Friday. He had lived in the area for the past three years, coming from Wolcuttville, Ind. He was a retired farmer. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; two sons, Carl of Goshen, Ind., and Claude of Selna, Ind.; his daughter, Louise Mason of Riverview; three brothers, Donald of Brandenton, Warren of Richmond, Ind., and Chester of Seattle; four sisters, Iva Burelison of Winchester, Ind., Rhea Underwood of Cambridge City, Ind., Erma Schweizer of Richmond and Leila Grubbs of Cambridge City; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"PASTORIZA - The funeral service for the late Mrs. Clotilde Pastoriza, 54 years of age, who died last night at 7 o'clock at her residence, No. 1005 Laurel street, West Tampa, will be held this morning from the residence at 10:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in Marti cemetery, with Primo Lord in charge of arrangements." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"JOSE PUIG - Jose Puig, 67, 1006 12th Ave., a native of Cuba and a resident of Tampa for the last 42 years, died Sunday in a local hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Luz Puig; three sons, Jose Andres, Onelio and Phillip Puig; three daughters, Mrs. Carrie Romaella, Mrs. Liza Bourdeau and Mrs. Elouise Cuervo, and nine grandchildren, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"PACKWOOD - Funeral services for Mrs. George H. Packwood will be held at 9 o'clock this morning at the residence, No. 511 Bay Street. Rev. A. E. Cornish, pastor of St. John's-By-the-Sea, and Rev. J. C. Tims, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will conduct the services. The pallbearers, Peter O. Knight, C. C. Whitaker, T. C. Taliaferro, Henry Giddens, Charles E. Ball and Frank Bentley, will meet at Reed's parlors at 8:30. The interment will be made in Oaklawn Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 11, 1915.
"PEREZ, AVELINO - Funeral services for Mr. Avelino Perez, 93, of 1864 24th Ave., who died yesterday morning at a local hospital, will be held Thursday at 4 P.M. at the A. P. Boza chapel with interment in Colon Cemetery." Also: "Tampan, 93, Dies - Avelino Perez, 93, of 1864 24th Ave, died yesterday morning at a local hospital. he was a native of Puerto Rico and had resided in Tampa four years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Andrea Perez, Tampa, and 10 daughters, Isabel, Monserate, Tomasa, Emiliana, Hipolita and Julia Perez, of Puerto Rico; Mrs. Mercedes LaMadrid, Tampa, and Paula, Tonita, and Maria Perez, New York." Both published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"STANLEY E. PELIKSZA, 67, of Brandon, died Wednesday. A native of New Britain, Conn., he was a resident of Brandon since 1978, moving from Plant City. He was a retired accountant who had served in the U.S. Army. He was a member of the Church of Nativity and the American Association of Retired Persons. He is survived by his wife, Janina; two sons, Kenneth of Jacksonville and James of Atlanta, Ga.; three daughters, Rosmarie Sunden of Darin, Conn., Janine and Lisa, both of Brandon; one brother, Theodore of Stanford, Conn.; one sister, Frances Kaminski of Stanford, Conn.; and two grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"NELLIE PALMER, 85, of Plant City, died Monday. A native of Arkansas, she was a cigar maker. She is survived by one son, Charles R. Hazen, Sr. of Plant City. Oak Hills Funeral Home." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.

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"LILLIAN QUINN - Mrs. Lillian A. Quinn, 79, 7800 N. Rome, died Thursday. A native of Nova Scotia, Canada, she lived in Tampa for 12 years. Survivors include sisters, Mrs. Lottie A. Hartford, Tampa, and Mrs. Edythe Crowell, Melrose, Mass., and a brother, Lauren F. Lewis, Sterling, Mass." Also, funeral notice: "QUINN, MRS. LILLIAN A. - Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian A. Quinn, age 79, of 7800 N. Rome will be held Saturday at 4 p.m. from the A. P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia Ave.), with interment in Garden of Memories. Rev. Paul Parrish of N/Rome Baptist Church will officiate. Mrs. Quinn is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Lottie A. Hartford and Mrs. Edythe Crowell, a brother, Lauren F. Lewis, and a nephew, Lewis F. Hartford. Friends may view her remains Friday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. until time of services. Pallbearers will be Howard D. Hrecken, Ward Carper, John Erickson, Charles Mikesell, Edwin Gates and Curtis McGonigle." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"ALLEN QUIMBY - CLEARWATER, March 14. - (Special.) - News of the death of Allen Quimby of Clearwater at Portland, Maine, was received here Saturday. Survivors include his widow and two sons." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, March 15, 1937, p. 2.
"QUINN, KEVIN MICHAEL - Funeral services for Kevin Michael Quinn, 1-year-old infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Quinn, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Lord & Fernandez Chapel, with The Rev. Leonard W. Boynton, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will be at the funeral home tonight from 8 to 9 P.M." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"MRS. FLOSSIE QUINN - PLANT CITY - Mrs. Flossie Quinn, 81, a resident of Burchwood in Plant City, died yesterday morning in a nursing home. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Zenia C. Aycock, Zephyrhills, Fla.; two brothers, L. M. Davis, Baconton, Ga., and Eugene Davis, Newton, Ala.; also several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 15, 1962, p. A8.
"RALPH 'EL CHINO' QUINTANA, 74, of 8220 N. Florida Ave. died Thursday. He was a retired taxi driver and had lived in the area for 67 years. He was a member of Centro Asturiano. Survivors include his wife, Rosa; a son, Ralph Jr.; two daughters, Sylvia Estrada and Vivian; and four grandchildren. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, June 21, 1936: MRS. MERCEDES QUINTANA - Mrs. Mercedes Quintana,70, died yesterday afternoon at her home, 1905 Ninth avenue. She is survived by a brother, Teodore Milian, and three sisters, Mrs. Rose Alonzo, Mrs. Lena Garcia and Mrs. Sara Diaz.
"ALFRED OLIVER QUARTERMAN - CLEARWATER, Feb. 18 - (Special) - Alfred Oliver Quarterman, 60, formerly of Fort Lauderdale, a painter, died at his home, 1725 Hollander St., Saturday. He had resided here two years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Maude V. Quarterman; a son, Alfred O. Quarterman, Jr.; and a daughter, Mrs. Robert Williams, both of Jacksonville; two brothers, Gus Quarterman, of Fort Lauderdale, and Herbert Quarterman, Texas, and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.

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"REYNOLDS, FRANK L. - Funeral services for Mr. Frank L. Reynolds, 83, of 1005 E. Holland, will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, at which time a requiem mass will be said for the repose of his soul. Rosary services will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at the Jennings Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 6, 1958, p. 2.
"ROBERTS, RICHARD THOMAS 'Dickie' - Mr. Richard Thomas 'Dickie' Roberts, 77, of rural Tampa, passed away Monday night in a local hospital. The remains were sent yesterday to the B. C. Cooper Funeral Home, Montgomery, W. Va., for services and interment in Montgomery Memorial Park Cemetery. The Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave., was in charge of local arrangements." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"MRS. J. T. RIVERS - Mrs. J. T. Rivers Sr., 76, native of Madison County, died Tuesday in Green Cove Springs. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. C. W. Truett, Tampa; two sons, J. T. Rivers Jr. of Fort Lauderdale and D. W. Rivers, Indianapolis; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Mrs. Rivers became a resident of Green Cove Spring when she married and had lived there ever since." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"RYALS, MRS. EFFIE EBERLY - Funeral services for Mrs. Effie Eberly Ryals, 47, resident of 1216 1/2 Franklin St., who passed away at a local hospital, will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4730 N. Armenia Ave., with interment in the Rose Hill Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"ROBERSON - The funeral of James B. Roberson, was conducted yesterday by Rev. I. C. Jenkins and Rev. W. A. Cooper, with interment under direction of J. L. Reed. The pallbearers were Frank Bentley, James W. Bryan, A. F. Turner, W. A. Joughin?, C. Balbin and G. W. Barrentine. Mr. Roberson was born in Tuscaloosa County, Ala., December 29, 1864, and was married to Miss Fannie F. Cary of Aberdeen, Miss., in Carbon Hill, Ala., in 1893 and there engaged in general merchandise and bookkeeping for fifteen years. He moved to Tampa May 1, 1908, and was in the dry goods and retail brokerage business until his health failed in August, 1914. He died Thursday. The deceased leaves a mother, one sister and five brothers, residing in Alabama, and an invalid wife, three sons and a nine-year-old daughter in Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 8, 1916, p. 5.
"SERAFIN RUBIO - Serafin Rubio, 52, 2019 14th Ave., resident of Tampa for 39 years, died yesterday morning at his home. He is survived by a brother, Francisco Rubio, and a sister, Mrs. Manuela Escobio, both of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune, June 21, 1948, p. 2.
"WESLEY ROWELL - ONECO - Wesley Berry Rowell, 70, 5320 18th St. E., died Thursday. Born in Venus, he came here 65 years ago. He was a Baptist. Survivors include his widow Mrs. Erie H. Rowell, six daughters, Mrs. Edna Keen, Mrs. Myrtle Poole, Mrs. Lottie Kincaid, Sarasota, Mrs. Audrey Smith, Mrs. Gladys Albritton, Oneco, Mrs. Doris McKell, Gillette; two sons, David Rowell, Sarasota, Louis Rowell, Riverview; three sisters, Mrs. John Thompson, Samoset, Mrs. J. L. Mink, Sarasota, Mrs. Hattie Howell, Tampa; a brother, William Rowell, Arcadia." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 22, 1969, p. A23.
"REYNOLDS, Mary, 77, of Davenport died Thursday. She lived in the area 60 years and was a retired cook. Lane-Holt Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"ROSS, Clarence A., 90, of Auburndale died Thursday. He was an area resident 17 years and a retired carpenter. Kersey Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"Rodriguez - Alfredo Rodriguez, aged forty-seven years, died at the residence, No. 1912 Tenth Street, last night about 8 o'clock. The funeral will be held from the residence this afternoon and the interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Undertaker J. L. Reed is handling the remains. The deceased is survived by a wife and small son. He was a cigarmaker." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, January 6, 1916, p. 7. Also: "RODRIGUEZ - The funeral of Alfredo Rodriguez, who died at his home Wednesday night, was held yesterday from the residence, No. 1912 Tenth Street at 3 o'clock. The interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. The deceased was forty-seven years of age. He is survived by a wife and young son." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 7, 1916, p. 12.
"RICHARDS, DR. LAMAR M. - Funeral services for Dr. Lamar M. Richards, 29, of Limona, will be held this morning at 10:30 a.m. at the Stowers Funeral Chapel with the Dr. L. G. Meadows, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Brandon, officiating. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Active pallbearers are the past presidents and officers of the Brandon Kiwanis Club, with other members serving as honorary pallbearers. Arrangements by Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"PEDRO RAMOS, 74, of Tampa died Monday at St. Joseph's Hospital. A native of Santiago de las Vegas, Cuba, he had lived in the Tampa Bay area since 1946, coming from Cuba. He was a typesetter for a printing company, and a member of Universal Lodge 179. He was a Baptist. He is survived by one brother, Fidel of Miami; and two sisters, Emelina Valdes of Tampa and Zoila of Miami. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 1, 1992, pg. 2 (Plant City sec.)
"RENEW, MISS MILDRED MARIE - Miss Mildred Marie Renew, 15, of Tampa and Burlington, Mich., passed away in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the chapel of F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, with Elder T. B. Westbrook, pastor of First United Brethren Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Frank Hernandez, Charles O'Dell, J. W. Robertson and John B. Cressler. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Renew, of Burlington, Mich; two brothers, Robert L. Renew and Richard Renew, of Burlington, Mich.; a sister, Mary Renew, of Burlington, Mich.; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McKelvey, of Athens, Mich." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1950, p. 2.
"JAMES DUDLEY RAMSEY, 76, of Sun City Center died Sunday at Humana Hospital Brandon. A native of Des Moines, Iowa, he served as director of the Michigan Aeronautics Commission for 22 years and retired in April 1979, and from 1947 to 1956 he was director of the Nebraska Aeronautics Commission. He served in the Air Force and received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and three battle stars. He was president and treasurer of the National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) and chairman of the NASAO Airport Committee. He received the Experimental Aircraft Association Individual Achievement Award in 1961, NASAO Distinguished Service in 1961, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Meritorious Award in 1967, Michigan Minutemen Governor's Award in 1970, and the Scheduled Air Carriers Award in 1971. He is survived by his wife, Irene Brownell of Sun City Center; two sons, John Bennett of Boulder, Colo., and Jeffrey Scott of Atlanta; two brothers, Henry B. II of Philadelphia and William of Seattle; and 11 grandchildren. Lewers Funeral Home, Ruskin." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 1, 1992, pg. 2 (Plant City sec.)
"RUSSELL - FORT MEADE - Funeral services for D. Clyde Russell, 88, will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Fort Meade with Rev. V. Miles Patterson officiating. Fort Meade Lodge No. 160 F&AM will be in charge of Masonic Rites at the graveside of Evergreen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make contributions to the local heart or cancer funds. Grandsons will serve as casket bearers. Survivors are his wife, May Mann Russell, a daughter, Mrs. H. M. Shirley, Sr., and 2 sons, Cecil C. Russell and Daniel A. Russell, all of Ft. Meade; a brother, Ed Russell, Tampa, 7 grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends on Tuesday evening from 7 till 9 p.m. Coker Funeral Home in Wauchula." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"RYAN, Mrs. Mildred Marie, 80, of 4206 Beachway Dr., a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., a resident of the area for 4 years, died yesterday. Marsicano Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"JOSE ROIZ - Jose Roiz, 64, of 2308 Palmetto St., died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. He was a native of Tampa and was the shop superintendent for the Henry Gonzalez Plumbing Co. He was also past grand master of the Knights of the Golden Eagle, Castillo Ponce de Leon No. 8, and presently held the position of treasurer. He was also a member of the Cuban Club of Tampa. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Clara Fernandez, Tampa, and Mrs. Ida de la Mar, New York; and three brothers, Eddie, Frank and Oscar Roiz, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"GERALD C. ROBERTSON - Gerald C. Robertson, 54, of 2123 Rambia St., Tampa, died suddenly at Syracuse, N.Y. He was a contract produce hauler. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Hazel W. Robertson. Funeral arrangements by Rumsey Funeral Home and burial will be in Oakhill Cemetery, Lawrence, Kan." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"MRS. NELLIE ROHAN - Mrs. Nellie Rohan, 83, of 1902 East Shadowlawn, died Monday morning at his residence. A native of Donegal County, Ireland, she had resided in Tampa for four years. Mrs. Rohan is survived by one son, Emmett F. Rohan, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Ashe, Holyoke, Mass., four grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"FRANK REYNOLDS - Frank Leo Reynolds, 83, of 10011 14th St., died Thursday morning at a local hospital. A native of Canada, he had been a resident of Tampa for the last 11 years. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ida Evans, Detroit." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"ROBERTS, Bonnie, 75 of Fort Meade died Tuesday. Coker-Raley Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"MRS. EFFIE ROBERTS - LAKELAND, Nov. 28. (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Effie Roberts, a resident of Lakeland for 45 years, died yesterday in a Tampa rest home. She was a member of Gapway Baptist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Maude Bryan, Tampa; two brothers, Irvin Davis and Bertie Davis, both of Sanderson; three sisters, Mrs. Ida Roberts, Lakeland; Mrs. Maude Harvey, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jessie Raulerson, Sanderson; six grandchildren and one great grandchild." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, November 29, 1956.
"ROGERS - Joseph D. Rogers was killed in a railroad wreck Wednesday night, according to a telegram received yesterday by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Jose W. Wells of this city. Mr. Rogers was connected with a railroad running between Savannah and Jacksonville in the capacity of district passenger agent. The deceased was well known in this city. Besides his wife he leaves one small son. Interment will be made today at his home in Savannah." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, February 15, 1918.
"RIVENBARK, FRED McKOY - Funeral services for Fred McKoy Rivenbark, 82, resident of 1411 E. Powhattan, who passed away early Sunday morning in a local hospital, will be conducted Tuesday morning at 11:00 o'clock at the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4730 N. Armenia Ave., with the Rev. A. W. Mathis, of the Seminole Baptist Church to officiate. Interment will follow in the Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorial Lodge No. 20, F.&A.M. will have charge of the graveside services and will serve as palbearers." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"ROWE, JAMES R. - Funeral services for James R. Rowe, 86, resident of MacClenny, Fla., who passed away Saturday night, will be conducted Tuesday morning at 11:00 o'clock at the First Baptist Church of MacClenny, Fla., with interment to follow in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Laura Hall Rowe, MacClenny, Fla.; a brother, J. B. Rowe, Jacksonville, Fla., and two grandsons, Warren Howell, Clewiston, Fla., and Dan F. Howell, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Arrangements by the John M. Brinkley Funeral Home, MacClenny, Fla." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"DONALD RHODES - Donald Rhodes, 64, of 2118 W. Idlewood, died yesterday. A native of Curtain, W. Va., he lived in Tampa nine years. He was a Methodist. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Frances Mae Rhodes; sons, James Rhodes and Donald R. Rhodes, Tampa; daughters, Mrs. Virginia Bowen, Miss Ruth Ann Rhodes and Mrs. Lois Jean Torrens, all of Tampa; sister, Mrs. Dollie Hall, Scott Depot, West Va." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"RANKIN, MRS. HATTIE A. - Mrs. Hattie A. Rankin, 61, of 1412 E. Osborne, died Sunday at a hospital. She is survived by her husband, William N. Rankin; a son, William N. Rankin, jr., Detroit, and a daughter, Mrs. Helen E. Brown, Chattanooga; a sister, Miss Sue Beville, Tampa and one granddaughter, Jerry Joyce Brown. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Greenman home, Rev. H. R. Allen officiating. Burial in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers: M. Goldburg, Walter Biggs, M. Philen, A. A. Hall, M. C. Hayman and Mr. Green." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"JAMES G. ROSS - Funeral services for James G. Ross, 64, of 1214 East Emma street, who died Wednesday, will be conducted this morning at 9 o'clock from Sacred Heart Catholic church, with the Rev. Father Poche officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial park. Pallbearers will be Harold Illgen, Pete Amezaga, Elmer Tucker, Emil Bozi, John V. Madden, and Hershall Biggers. Pallbearers are requested to meet at the J. L. Reed & Son funeral home at 8:30 o'clock. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Mary A. Ross, a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Kaminski, a son-in-law, Paul Kaminski, a granddaughter, Miss Marcella Kaminski, all of Tampa, and a brother, Charles Ross, of Alhambra, California." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 26, 1933.
"ROOT, MRS. BLANCHE E. - Services for Mrs. Blanche E. Root, 49, 103 W. North street, were held yesterday at 10 o'clock from the Greenman home, Rev. G. E. Wiley officiating. She is survived by her husband, Harry E. Root; her mother, Mrs. Ida M. Phillips, and a daughter, Miss Ernestine Root. Pallbearers are J. B. Boyer, T. R. Ritter, C. Rivers, A. C. Dodson, Gordon McKinna, F. C. Tiedemann. Interment at Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 24, 1937, p. 1-4.
"MICHAEL THOMAS ROACH, 55, of Tampa died Monday. He had lived in the area for 10 years and was a construction superintendent. He is survived by his wife, Jean; one son, Michael of Tampa; one daughter, Stacy Katherine of Chicago; one brother, David of Wisconsin; two sisters, Mary Lee LaBarbera of Tampa and Katherine Schroeder of Chicago. Duval Funeral Home, Garden Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"ROLLINS - Charles A. Rollins, aged eighty-one, died yesterday morning at 3 o'clock at the residence of his family, No. 816 Pressley street. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the parlors of B. Marion Reed, Rev. Richardson officiating. Besides his widow, Mr. Rollins leaves two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Donnall and Mrs. James D. Cooper. The Masonic lodge had charge of the services at the grave, pallbearers also being selected from members of the local lodge. Interment was in the Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2
"RODRIGUEZ - Funeral services for Mrs. Amparo Rodriguez, age 88, of 4001 Estrella will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. from the A. P. Boza Riverside Chapel with interment to follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Rev. Pablo Hartt will officiate the services. Survived by three sons: Manuel, Delio and Mario Rodriguez, a daughter: Mrs. Englantina (Tina) Gonzalez, two daughters-in-laws: Edna and Josephine L. Rodriguez, a son-in-law: Mario Gonzalez, eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Pallbearers: George R. Fox, Alfred Gonzalez, Daniel M. Gonzalez, Manuel H. Rodriguez, Oscar Martinez and Emilio De Mesa. Honorary Pallbearers: Dr. Luis Crespo, Jack West, Mario Azpeitia, Hector Carranza, Dr. Sabino Arbesu, Dr. Jesus Carmona, Mike Gonzalez, Lowell E. Dubios, Roger Fossie, F. R. Crockett, George Rithberg, Daniel Lasso Jr., Fernando Burruezo, Col. William Perez, Ellis Perez, Capt. (Ret.) Henry Szollosky, Anthony Salinero, Hugh Heitler, Joe Novo, and Joseph J. Boamonda. A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL 3809 N. Armenia Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, October 2, 1975, p. 15-D.
Death notice published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973: - "RAYMOND, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth. 65, Arkansas, February 5."
"MRS. ANNA W. RICE - SEBRING, Dec. 22. - (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Anna Wilhelmina Rice, 65, mother of Mrs. Claude D. Richardson, died today at the Walker Memorial Hospital, Avon Park." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"RATTENBURY - Funeral services for Morton Rattenbury, who died at Gulfport, Miss., will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the F. T. Blount funeral home. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. The Rev. T. H. Young will officiate. Pallbearers will be John N. Ireland, C. D. Hay, Frank Leffell, F. S. Whittall, Norman Prince and S. W. Kinsey." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, May 23, 1925, p. B12.
"Alice Hegan Rice, Noted Author, Dies - LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 10. - (A.P.) - Mrs. Alice Hegan Rice, author of the internationally famed novel 'Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch,' died at her home here tonight after a long illness. She was 72. She was the author of numerous articles and books but 'Mrs. Wiggs,' first published in 1901 and her first work of book proportions, was the mainstay of her world wide literary recognition. The novel was translated into many foreign languages and its story of characters in a Louisville slum section was produced as a play and motion picture." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, February 11, 1942, p. 2.
"MRS. K. K. RIEHL - CLEARWATER (Special) - Mrs. Katherine K. Riehl, of 905 Jasmine Way, died Friday evening in a local nursing home. A native of Wilmington, N.C., Mrs. Riehl came here nine years ago from Brooklyn, N.Y. She was a member of St. Cecilia's Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Paul McLean, Birmingham, Ala.; two sisters, Mrs. Helen T. Williams, Clearwater, and Mrs. Mary A. Lopez, St. Petersburg." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 24, 1963, p. A4.
"REED - PLANT CITY - Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie Gallagher Reed, 80, a resident of 608 West Cherry, who passed away Fri., will be hels Sun., March 10, 1974 at 3 p.m. from the First Baptist Church of Dover with Rev. R. L. Polk, Rev. M. E. Cadenhead, and Rev. Edward C. Murfin Jr. officiating. Interment in Bethlehem Cemetery. The following gentlemen have been selected to serve as pallbearers and are requested to meet at the church at 2:45 p.m.: L. Duke, Olin Duke, Otis Duke, Roland Duke, Austin Duke, Foster Duke, Ralph Clark and Randy Parrish. Mrs. Reed was a member of Trinity Methodist Church, Plant City and lifelong resident of the Plant City area. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Minnie Hawkins, Plant City; 4 brothers, Wesley Tanner, Bennie Tanner, both of Dover, Hester Tanner, Tampa, Matthew Tanner, Dover. Arrangements by MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 1903 W. Reynolds Plant City" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), March 10, 1974, p. B11.
"MRS. ARLENE REVELS - Mrs. Arlene Revels, 44, of 603 E. Virginia Ave., died suddenly yesterday at Zephyrhills. Born in Dade City, she had resided here for over 20 years and is survived by her husband, Dave Revels of Tampa; one son, Freeman Revels, U. S. Army in Puerto Rico; one brother, Lt. W. S. Larkin on Tokyo; six sisters, Mrs. Cora Samuels and Mrs. Catherine Martin of St. Louis, Mrs. E. A. Roberts of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Sadie Fletcher of Wauchula, Mrs. Lodema Carabo and Mrs. E. C. Hudson of Tampa; mother, Mrs. Della Sheats, of St. Louis." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"JAMES K. REID - James K. Reid, 62, of 303 South Tampania avenue, a Spanish war veteran, died last night at Bay Pines hospital. He had been a resident of Tampa for 12 years, coming here from Norfolk. He is survived by a son, James R. Reid, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"MRS. SUSAN RILES - KISSIMMEE, Dec. 22. - (Special) - Mrs. Susan Riles, 86, of Campbell Station, died at her residence yesterday after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"Family Service Held For Mrs. Ringling - SARASOTA, Dec. 21. - (AP) - Brief family services were held this afternoon for Mrs. Ida Ringling North who died here early today. Mrs. North, only sister of the Ringling brothers who helped make America circus conscious, will be buried later in a mausoleum to be built by the family. She suffered a stroke Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. North is the mother of John Ringling North, president of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and Henry Ringling North, a vice president of the big show." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"RIPPLE - Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Saddie Ripple, aged fifty-two years, who died Wednesday afternoon at her residence, near Sulphur Springs, will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock, from the residence. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery under the direction of Undertaker F. T. Blount." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, March 7, 1919.
"REEVE - Mrs. O. D. Reeve, aged seventy-four years, died yesterday at her residence, No. 5405 Central avenue. The body of the deceased, who was an annual visitor in this city, will be sent to London, Ind., this evening for burial. J. L. Reed, mortician, is in charge of the arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1923, p.16.
"FLOYD B. RANDOLPH - Floyd B. Randolph, 61, of Rt. 1, Limona, died yesterday morning in a Tamoa hospital. A native of Middlesex, N.Y., he had resided in Limona for the past three years and the Tampa area for 15 years. He was employed with the Sears Roebuck and Co. for 14 years. He was a member of the Gibsonton Methodist Church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Doris Randolph, Limona; one brother, Charles Randolph of Rochester, N.Y.; one sister, Mrs. Ethel Lafler of Middlesex, N.Y.; two nieces, Mrs. Adeline Eggleston of Rochester and Mrs. Evelyn Woodard of Canandaigua, N.Y." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 15, 1962, p. A8.
"Herman V. Roberts Dies At His Residence Here - Herman V. Roberts, resident of Tampa for 34 years, died at his home, 2809 Mitchell street, yesterday. He is survived by his widow and three sons, Brownell and H. A. Roberts of Tampa, and Vincent Roberts, on the U. S. S. Paul Jones, now stationed in Manila. Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the funeral parlors of J. L. Reed & Son. Dr. A. H. Cole will be in charge of services. Pallbearers will be L. H. Jones, Charles Boll, Alvin Magnon, R. G. Albury, Harry Holstine and T. R. Pitts." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"Esperanza Rodriguez, 47, died yesterday morning in a hospital. Funeral services will be this morning at 11:30 o'clock at the residence, 1901 Tenth avenue. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Rodriguez is survived by her husband. Alfredo Rodriguez and two daughters, Mrs. Herminia Guarne and Miss. Milagros Rodriguez, of Tampa." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"WILLIAM HOMER RILEY - William Homer Riley, 74, 3607 East Frierson St., died Saturday in a local hospital. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Kathleen Riley, Tampa, he is survived by four sons, William D. Riley, David A. Riley, William Molten Riley and William Earl Riley, all of Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Ruby R. Dalton and Mrs. Bernice Jones, also of Tampa; one sister, Pallie Paul of Roundlake, Fla., 13 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren." Also, funeral notice: "RILEY, WILLIAM HOMER - Funeral services for Mr. William Homer Riley, 74, resident of 3607 East Frierson, Tampa, who passed away Saturday ebening in a local hospital will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, with The Rev. Roy Harper, pastor of the Temple Crest Pentecostal Holiness Church, to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers are Molden Edward Riley, James Robert Riley, William A. Riley, William Wester, Harmon Earl Wester and Gary Wester." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), October 20, 1958, p. 2.
"Cyril H. Roger, III, year-old son of Capt. and Mrs. Cyril H. Roger, Jr., 2305 Cardenas Ave., died at a hospital Tuesday. Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Patricia Ann, and his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Cyril H. Roger, Sr., University City Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Enfinger, Tarpon Springs." - Also, funeral notice: "ROGER, CYRIL H., 3RD - Cyril H. Roger, 3rd, year-old son of Capt. and Mrs. Cyril H. Roger, Jr., 2305 Cardenas Ave., died at a hospital Tuesday. Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Patricia Ann, and his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Cyril H. Roger, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Enfinger. Services will be conducted at the graveside in Garden of memories Thursday at 10 A.M., with the Rev. Paul Wagner officiating. Walters Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." - Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
Death notice published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973: "ROE, Richard R., 20, Sturgis, Michigan, February 5."
"MRS. MARGARET J. ROEBLING - Mrs. Margaret Jeanette Roebling, 45, of Akron, N.Y., visiting her son, Clarence A. Roebling, 3016 Chaplin Ave., died last night in a local hospital. Other survivors include her husband, Albert Joseph Roebling, Akron; two daughters, Misses Audrey and Marlyn Roebling, Akron; and three other sons, Gene, Donald and Jim Roebling, Akron. The remains will be sent to Akron for services and interment." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"ROELS - Word was received yesterday by Mrs. Z. R. Middlebrooks of Twenty-seventh avenue and Arthur street, notifying her of the death of her brother, P. L. Roels, in Worcester, Mass. Mr. Roels formerly was of Tampa and Jacksonville. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Florida Roels, and two small daughters; also a sister and brother in this city, Mrs. Z. A. Middlebrooks and A. F. Roels." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, July 25, 1920.
"MRS. VIRGINIA M. ROBBINS - BARTOW, May 13. - (Special) - Mrs. Virginia Mary Robbins, 79, died in a hospital here yesterday." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"FATALLY CURSHED - OTTO ROWELL DIED LAST NIGHT FROM EFFECTS OF INJURY YESTERDAY MORNING - Otto Rowell, an employee of the Tampa Electric Company, died about 11 p. m. yesterday from injuries received in the abdomen at 6:30 a. m. yesterday, while engaged in coupling two flat cars, on Sixth avenue, between Franklin and Tampa streets. The young man was severly crushed, although Motorman Carter, who was in charge of the work car, did not think him badly damaged after the accident. He left the sidetrack immediately after the accident and proceeded down Franklin to Harrison street, where a friend secured ahack and took him home. Last night he was taken to the operating rooms of Dr. W. P. Adamson, where an incision was made for the performance of an operation. He died while in the rooms. Rowell was about 24 years of age. He is survived by a father and mother, three sisters and three brothers. His father and eldest brother are employees of the Street Railway Company, his father being one of the oldest men, in point of service. Funeral arrangements will be made today." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 15, 1906, p. 1, col. 5. Also, funeral notice: "Otto A. Rowell. - Funeral services over the remains of the late Otto A. Rowell, who received injuries from which death resulted while coupling two flat cars of the Tampa Electric Co., were held today at 9:30 a. m. at the Reed Funeral parlors; conducted by Rev. C. W. Duke, of the First Baptist Church. Interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery. Mr. Rowell was a member of the Tampa Electric Benefit Association, from which organization the pall-bearers were selected. The honorary ones were E. O. Johnson, J. H. Eichelberger, G. W. Berryman, C. Parnell, F. Dedyne and John Baront. Active pallbearers were W. R. Gulley, C. F. Miller, E. F. Prince, M. L. Obarr, M. Stroud and T. G. Holton." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 18, 1906, p. 6, col. 7.
"MRS. ANNA RESAN - Mrs. Anna Resan, 74, a resident of Seffner, died Sunday at a local hospital. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Margaret M. Biro, of Plant City; Mrs. Anna Lange, of Racine, Wis., and Mrs. Charlotte Walden, of Seffner; four sons, Stephen Resan, of Madison, Wis.; Frand Resan, of Chicago; Charles Resan, of East Douglas, Mass. and Albert Lakatos, of Whiting, Ind., and one brother, Stephen Krist, of Seffner. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"STEPHEN ARTHUR ROSS - Stephen Arthur Ross, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milton Ross, Jr., of 4104 Clark St., died Tuesday at a local hospital. Besides his parent, he is survived by his grandparents, Jack Milton, Sr., of Blackshire, S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lisenby, of Bonnie, Ill." Also, funeral notice: "ROSS, STEPHEN ARTHUR - Funeral services for Stephen Arthur Ross, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milton Ross, Jr., resident of 4104 Clark St., who passed away Tuesday at a local hospital was held Thursday afternoon at the graveside in Orange Hill Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"MRS. DOROTHY MAE RICKARD - Mrs. Dorothy Mae Rickard, 43, of 10405 Nebraska avenue, died Thursday night at a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, I. B. M. Rickard; a son, Cecil Berry; her foster-father, W. C. Brown of Tampa; and three brothers, Minard Brown, of Tampa, and Albert Brown and Luther Brown, of Tulsa, Okla. She had been a life resident of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, January 15, 1938, p.2.
"BILLY VON RODEN, 69, of Sun City Center died Monday. A native of Littlefield, Texas, he moved to the area from Miami in 1986. He was a water plant operator and an Army veteran. He is survived by his wife, Hildegard; and several nieces and nephews. Family Funeral Care, Sun City Center." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 6, 2000.
"RADCLIFF, MRS. AGNES C. - A Requiem Mass for Mrs. Agnes C. Radcliff of 4701 El Prado Blvd. will be said Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock from St. Patrick's Catholic Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John F. Scully, pastor. Interment will follow at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Arrangements by J. L. Reed & Son, Bayshore Boulevard and Plant Avenue." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"REMER, JOHN JOSEPH - Rosary services for Mr. John Joseph Remer, will be held Sunday, April 4, 1965, in the Marion Nelson Chapel at 7:30 p.m., Father Arthur Dunigan, officiating. Mass will be offered on Monday, April 5, 1965 at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church 11:00 a.m. Father Arthur Dunnigan officiating. Mr. Remer passed away in the local hospital April 1, 1965. Interment will be in the Lake Wales Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"MRS. ALMA LEE RAMSEY - Mrs. Alma Lee Ramsey, 39, 4020 Marguerite st., died in a Tampa hospital Monday. Born in Illinois, she had resided here for the last 31 years. She is survived by her husband, Milton Ramsey, Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. Lucille Robinson and Miss Louise Norris, Jasper, and Miss Ruth Norris, Tampa; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Peck, Valrico; a brother, Arthur Lee Peck, Brandon; two sisters, Mrs. Leola Mason, Tampa, and Mrs. Alice Lynch, Valrico, and one grandson." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"GLENN E. RICHARDS - Glenn E. Richards, of Fennville, Mich., died Oct. 23 at his home. He was a resident of Tampa for about 25 years and had been living in Michigan a year. Survivors include a son, Rudy Richards, 2703 9th st." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"RICHARDSON, AMOS H., JR. - Funeral services for Amos H. Richardshon, Jr., 35, 117 1/2 South Westland Ave., who died at home Wednesday morning, will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Platt Street at Plant Ave., Rev. L. E. McEldowne?, Presbyterian, retired, will officiate, full military honors will be given at the grave; burial will be at Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mr. Richardson served during the recent war as a Naval Aviation Machinist Mate. Pallbearers are: George Sawyer, George Crites, Ramon Fikes, Headlee Howard, Jack Burgess, Eston Allen, Johnny Lawrence, and Charles Saxon. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Velma Richardson, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"ROBERTS, FLORA AGNES - Funeral services for Flora Agnes Roberts, 56, a resident of 2904 West Giddens, who passed away Wednesday morning at her residence, will be held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Sulphur Springs Church of Christ. The Brother E. L. Collins to officiate. Interment in Orange Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bert Overbey, Wright Perkins, Earl Perkins, Roy Eaton, John Bab and Vernon Weburn. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"RICHARDS, MRS. ANNIE LOUISE - Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Louise Richards, of Fort Meade, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in Lake Buffum Baptist Church. The Rev. Glen Collins, of Lake Buffum Baptist Church, and The Rev. C. A. Futch, of First Baptist Church of Parrish, will officiate. Interment will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, with Bevis Funeral Home conducting." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"ROBINSON, MRS. ANNA MAUDE - Mrs. Anna Maude Robinson, 86, of 1022 East Henry Street, passed away yesterday afternoon at her residence. The day and time of services will be announced later. Arrangements are in charge of the Duval Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1953, p. A2.
"ROVINSKY, MRS. LUCY - Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy Rovinsky, 89, resident of rural Tampa, who passed away Friday morning at a local hospital, will be held at 4 o'clock, Monday afternoon at the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, the Rev. G. H. Spriggs of the Hillsborough Methodist Church and the Rev. Jack C. Kelley of the Oak Grove Methodist Church to officiate. Interment in Orange Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers, Howard Barber, Marvin Barber, Edward Barber, Harley Davis, Roy Parker and H. R. Parker." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"MRS. ANGELINA RODRIGUEZ - Mrs. Angelina Ferlita Rodriguez, 70, 2321 4th Ave., a native of Tampa, died yesterday. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Frances Liccio, Mrs. Carmen Licata, Mrs. Lucy Castellano and Mrs. Rose Menendez; one sister, Mrs. Margarita Delgado; six brothers, Joe Ferlita, Jim Ferlita, Charlie Ferlita, Paul Ferlita, Tom Ferlita and Pepe Ferlita." Also, funeral notice: "RODRIGUEZ, MRS. ANGELINA FERLITA - Funeral services for Mrs. Angelina Ferlita Rodriguez, 70, of 2321 4th Ave., a native of Tampa, who passed away Monday evening, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the COLONIAL CHAPEL, Lord & Fernandez Funeral Home, 3716 E. Lake Ave. Interment will be in Centro Asturiano Memorial Park Cemetery. A ROSARY will be recited Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the COLONIAL CHAPEL. SHe is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Frances Liccio, Mrs. Carmen Licata, Mrs. Lucy Castellano and Mrs. Rose Menendez; one sister, Mrs. Margarita Delgado; six brothers, Joe Ferlita, Jim Ferlita, Charlie Ferlita, Paul Ferlita, Tom Ferlita and Pepe Ferlita; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. THE FAMILY WILL BE AT THE FUNERAL HOME TUESDAY EVENING FROM 7 TO 9 p.m. to receive friends." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 15, 1967, p. A9.
"MRS. LAURA YOUNG REED - Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Young Reed, of 4003 Hills avenue, were held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at Pleasant Grove cemetery. Mrs. Reed is survived by one son, Oliver Young, of Sydney, one daughter, Mrs. Lucile Meadows, of Riverview; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Strassner, and Mrs. Fred James, of Tampa; three brothers, Bert Leon and Wallace Colson, all of Tampa. Pallbearers were E. B. Young, G. G. Hair, J. H. Spencer, S. Serra, F. James and O. N. Sanders. Interment was in Pleasant Grove cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 17, 1927, page 22.
"CLYDE W. RUSSELL, 80, of Odessa died Wednesday. He lived in the Bay area for 30 years and was a service station owner. He was a member of Keystone United Methodist Church and is survived by his wife, Vesta; one son, Clyde Jr. of Sevierville, Tenn.; one daughter, Jane Henault of Odessa; two brothers, Earl of Washington, D.C., and Woodrow of Belville, Ill.; one sister, Mable Fozard of Carbondale, Ill.; and three grandchildren. Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 1, 1982, p. D9.
"GEORGE MCCLELLAND REED - The body of George McClelland Reed will be sent by Mortician F. T. Blount, at 1 o'clock, today, to Andover, Ohio. It will be accompanied by his son, Ernest V. Reed, of Dade City." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 17, 1927, page 22.
"MRS. FLORA AGNES ROBERTS - Mrs. Flora Agnes Roberts, 56, of 2904 West Giddens, died Wednesday morning at her residence. She is survived by her husband, C. H. Roberts, Sr.; a daughter, Mrs. J. R. Vaughn, of Tampa; four sons, C. H. Roberts, Jr., of Alaska; S. D. Roberts, of Tampa; J. W. Roberts, of Gainesville, Fla.; and J. L. Roberts of Fort Worth, Tex.; 16 grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Mercer, of Greenville, Ky., and Mrs. Eva Bradley, of St. Louis, Mo." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"RANKIN, WILLIAM N. SR. - Funeral services for William N. Rankin, Sr., 75, resident of 1412 East Osborne, who passed away Thursday evening at a local hospital, will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. J. Earl Tharp, pastor of the New Orleans Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers: Herman Lenoir, J. C. Weaver, William Renfroe, R. G. Stanfield, H. B. Anderson and C. E. Harrelson." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"VEDA MAE RICHARDSON, 77, of Seffner, died Wednesday. She was a homemaker. She is survived by a son, Jerry Allen Richardson; two daughters, Jan I. Downing and Jean H. Robinson; and six grandchildren. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"REED, Albert E., 76, of Inverness died Saturday. Hooper Funeral Home."
"ROBERTS, WILLIAM KIRVEN, JR. - Funeral services for William Kervin Roberts, jr., age 14, of 8309 N. Oregon St., who was killed in an automobile accident near Brooksville Monday, will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from F. T. Blount funeral home with Rev. Roy B. Thurman of Waters Avenue Church of Christ officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill cemetery. Pallbearers are: Active, Joel Dykes, Carlson Schneider, Joseph H. Clark, jr., Eric White, Edsel Padgett, Teddy Height; honorary, Jimmy Myers, Richard Gant, Thomas Watts, Jimmie Chambers, James Cummings, R. W. Starr and other members of his class of the Oak Grove school." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"James F. Rodgers. Pioneer Resident Of County, Dies - James Flournoy Rodgers, 80, resident of Hillsborough county for more than 50 years, died yesterday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. L. McClelland, of Lakeland. Mr. Rodgers came to Florida when a boy just after the Civil war, locating first in Pasco county and then taking a homestead nine miles east of Tampa, bordering on the north side of Buffalo avenue, where he has lived ever since. He was well known throughout the eastern part of Hillsborough county. Mr. Rodgers' wife died Jan. 13, 1928. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. J. L. McClelland, Lakeland, and Mrs. Garland Walden, Dover; three sons, R. J. Rodgers, Mango, J. O. Rodgers, Tampa, and the Rev. C. E. Rodgers, Brandon; seven grandchildren, Ralph, Roy and Clyde McClelland, Lakeland; Fred Rodgers, Mango; Delma Rodgers, Brandon, and Shirley Virginia Rodgers, Tampa, and a brother, the Rev. J. C. Rodgers, Bushnell. Fuenral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Six Mile creek Baptist church with the Rev. Jesse Walden in charge assisted by the Rev. C. W. Duke and the Rev. W. P. Head. Burial will be in the old Lake Thonotosassa cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 21, 1932, p. 2.
"GUISEPPE S. RAGANO - Guiseppe S. Ragano, 87, of 2510 Laurel St., died last night at his home. He is survived by a son, Joe Ragano, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, September 9, 1946, p. 2.
"ROQUE, BENIGNO, SR. - Funeral services for Benigno Roque, sr., 69, of 512 E. Emily who died last Saturday in San Antonio, Tex., will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the parlors of the Lord and Fernandez funeral home, Mitchell at Oak aves. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Survivors are three sons, Dr. Raul Roque, Daniel Roque and Benigno Roque, jr., all of Tampa. Pallbearers will be Dr. Raul Roque, Benigno Roque, Daniel Roque, Daniel Roque, jr., Tinte Molina and Agustin Molina." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"MRS. MARGARET RALPH - TARPON SPRINGS (Special) - Mrs. Margaret Mary Ralph, 76, Walka Trailer Park, died yesterday in Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was a native of Arundel, Sussex, England, was a citizen of Canada and had been a winter resident here the past 13 years. She was a member of St. John's Anglican Church, Prescott, Ont., Canada. Survivors include her husband, Raymond C. Ralph; a son, Harry S. Ralph, Ottawa, Ont.; five daughters, Mrs. Dora Kingston, Mrs. Bertha Jackson and Mrs. Marian Clark of Prescott, Mrs. Nan McDevitt, Oswego, N.Y., and Mrs. Mary Jackson, Brockville, Ont.; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Goddard, Portsmouth, England; 27 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 16, 1963, p. A2.
"ROBERTSON, FRANK - Mr. Frank Robertson, age 85, of 2402 Marconi Street, passed away Tuesday morning in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 P.M. from the Oak Park Church of God with Rev. John R. Purvis, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers are: Chas. Fabian, Peter Garcia, James Ball, Talmadge Baxley, Marvin Kringle and Leon Herndon. The F. T. Blount Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"RAMADAN - Funeral services for Hassan K. Ramadan, 65, a Dade City merchant, who passed away Thursday will be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Coleman and Ferguson Chapel with the Rev. James Barnhardt officiating. Interment will be in Floral Memorial Gardens. Survivors include his widow Mrs. Winnie Ramadan, Dade City, one son, Hassan K. Ramadan Jr., Lake Park, one daughter, Mrs. Gloria Brinkley, Tarpon Springs. Four grandsons, two brothers, and two sisters." Published in the Tampa Tribune, February 3, 1973, p. D9.
"MRS. SADIE RUTKIN - Mrs. Sadie Rutkin, 55, of 1211 E. Comanche ave., died last night at her home. Survivors are her husband, Louis Rutkin; two daughters, Mrs. Martin Postal, of New York city, and Miss Evelyn Rutkin, of Tampa; two sons, Ben Rutkin and Dr. Louis Rosen, of Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Goldie Rocken, of New York city." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"RUEGE, BERTHA V. - Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha V. Ruege, 56, of 2502 North Albany Ave., will be held Monday at 4 P. M. from the A. P. Boza Chapel, with interment in Woodlawn. She is survived by her husband, Mr. William W. Ruege, of Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Edna Lynch, of St. Albans, N. Y. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"Found Dead - Frank Mario Richal, 73, of 3715 40th St., was found dead at his home yesterday morning in what was termed suicide by City Detectives Bill Bland and Scott Butler. They said a .38-caliber pistol was found at his side and the man was shot in the head. A friend told the officers Richal had been in poor health." Also, funeral notice: "RICHAL, FRANK - Funeral services for Frank Richal, 74, of 3715 40th St., will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock from the A. P. Boza Chapel, wiht interment in Colon Cemetery. The Rev. Puccerelli, of Cuscadon Park Baptist Church, will officiate. He was a native of Puerto Rico, a retired seaman, and had resided in Tampa for six years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"ELEANOR BALDY OWEN RAY, 71, of 3135 Waverly Park, Tampa, died Saturday. A native of Danville, Pa., she came to the Bay area in 1953 from Yonkers, N.Y. She was a past supervisor of children's services for the Family Counseling Center of Clearwater. She was a member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church of Tampa, the Academy of Certified Social Workers and the Collegiate Sororis of the University of Michigan. She was listed in Who's Who Among American Women and was a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Columbia University Graduate School of Social Work in New York City. She is survived by one son, William Brandon Ray II of Tampa; and one sister, Isabelle Owen Blitch of Tampa. National Cremation Society." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"JOHN B. ROBINSON - John B. Robinson, 74, of 5407 30th St., died Saturday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Elgin, Ill., he had lived in Tampa for 27 years. Mr. Robinson was a veteran of World War I. He was in the wholesale produce business at the Tampa Wholesale Produce for about 15 years, retiring in 1949. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Edna Robinson, Tampa; one son, John B. Robinson Jr., Chicago, Ill.; one daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Rosenfeld, St. Louis, Mo., and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 15, 1962, p. A8.
"JAMES R. RAYBURN, 76, of Wimauma died Wednesday in a Sun City Center hospital. He was native of Coffeville, Miss., and came to the Bay area in 1956 from Tiptonville, Tenn. He is survived by his wife, Ivon; two sons, James and Thomas, both of Tampa; two daughters, Lena Rayburn of Wimauma and Ann Barnes of Tampa; two brothers, Olin and David, both of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; three sisters, Annie Ware of Grenada, Miss., Mamie Rayburn of New York and Helen Rayburn of Grenada, Miss.; and 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Zipperer's Agape Mortuary, Ruskin-SUn City Center." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"MARY ELIZABETH ROOKS, 64, of Tampa died Wednesday. She was a homemaker and lived in the Bay area since 1953. She is survived by her husband, Waylon D.; one daughter, Sue Huskey of Tampa; three sisters, Betty Brown and Louise Cannon, both of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Irene Morris of Williamston, S.C.; and three granddaughters. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ, 55, of Tampa, died Jan. 1. A native of Houston, he had lived in the Tampa Bay area 70 years. Oak Hill Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW). *Note: Discrepancy between age and residency in Tampa in original.
"CORA LEE REGUDON, 60, of Tampa, died Jan. 3. A native of Okahumpka, she had lived in the Tampa Bay area 17 years. She was a bookkeeper. Oak Hill Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW).
"IVON RAYBURN, 72, of Wimauma, died Tuesday. A native of Bick, Tenn., she had lived in the Tampa Bay area since 1956. She was a homemaker and a member of the Wimauma Church of the Nazinerine. She is survived by two son, James of Tampa and Thomas of Lakeland; two daughters, Lena Anton and Ann Ramiruz, both of Wimauma; one brother, Walter Davis of Wimauma; one sister, Opal Stanaland of Lithia; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Zipperer's Agape Mortuary, Ruskin." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW).
"MARCELINO RAMOS, 71, of Tampa, died Wednesday. A native of Cuba, he had lived in the Tampa Bay area 21 years. He was a retired restaurant chef. He is survived by two sons, Marcelo A. of California and Andres R. of Tampa; one daughter, Hilda R. Soutuilo of Tampa; one brother, Gregorio of Tampa; and five grandchildren. Roel and Curry Funeral Home Ltd." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW).
"OTTO RAPPSILVER - Otto Rappsilver, 79, 714 East Hollywood, died early yesterday. A native of Germany, he had lived in Tampa for 20 years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Helen Van Patten, and one brother, Herman Rappsilber, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"THOMAS ROLLINS - CLEARWATER, June 3. - (Special) - Thomas L. Rollins, 72, 606 Nicholson St., died en route to Morton Plant Hospital last night after suffering a heart attack at the Clearwater Athletic Field. He had been a resident here five years, coming from Detroit, where he was associated with the Greyhound Bus Lines. He was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene, Detroit, and the Clearwater Shuffleboard Club. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Rollins, Clearwater, and several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"REYNOLDS, George Edwin, 77, of Floral City died Thursday. Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"THOMAS J. RYAN - Thomas Joseph Ryan, 64, 212 Kennedy Blvd., died Monday afternoon in a local hospital. A native of New York, he had lived in Tampa four years. There are no immediate survivors." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"RAST, Robert H. Jr., 73, of Tampa died Thursday. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"MRS. C. U. E. RUWE - CLEARWATER, Aug. 11. - (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Clementine Underhill Edgar Ruwe, 86, resident of the Gray Moss Inn at 231 South Ft. Harrison Ave. for 25 years, died today in a local hospital. She came here from New York City. Survivors include a son and two daughters in the North." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"MATTIE ROYAL - BREWSTER, Aug. 11. - (Special) - Mrs. Mattie Royal, a Brewster resident for 19 years, died Friday afternoon at the Duke University Hospital at Durham, N. C., after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"Three Persons Killed In Alabama Accidents - BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept. 22. - (A.P.) - Highway accidents brought death to three persons in Alabama this week-end. Mitchell Roberson of Shelby county was struck down by an automobile on the Montgomery highway nine miles from Birmingham. Ollis Williams, Enterprise, met death in the head-on collision of two cars in south Alabama. Thirteen were injured. At LaGrange, Ga., Charles Stiff, of Lanett, Ala., was killed when the machine in which he was riding left the highway." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"EDWARD D. REA SR., 69, of Valrico died Thursday. He had lived in the area for three weeks after moving from Chiefland. He was a general contractor and a member of the Hardytown Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; one son, Edward Jr. of Valrico; one sister, Eula May Klein of Newportnews, Va.; and three grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"MS. VIRGINIA M. ROBBINS - BARTOW, May 13. - (Special) - Mrs. Virginia Mary Robbins, 79, died in a hospital here yesterday." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, May 14, 1956, p. 2.
"MANON REINA, 47, of Tampa died Wednesday of natural causes. She was a 15-year resident and an employee of the Good Samaritan Hosiptal accounting department. She is survived by one son, Oscar Delbono; and her mother, Paula Larrosa. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"RUPRACHT - Funeral services for B. L. 'Bernie' Rupracht, 63, of Brandon will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Plant City First Assembly of God Church. The family will receive friends this evening from 6:00 until 8 p.m. at the Stowers Brandon Chapel. STOWERS - BRANDON" Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"MRS. HATTIE ROBERTS - Mrs. Hattie V. Roberts, 88, 6407 1/2 Nebraska Ave., died Thursday night at a Tampa hospital. A native of Greensville, S.C., she had been a Tampa resident for 38 years and was a member of John Calvin Presbyterian Church. Surviving are three daughters: Mrs. Annie R. Kelly, Mrs. Virginia R. Meeks and Mrs. Frances R. Short, all of Tampa; six grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 12, 1966, p. A15.
"RATLIFF, Alyne M., 89, formerly of Bowling Green, died Monday. Curry Railey Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"OTIS RICHARDS REYNOLDS, SR. - Otis Richards Reynolds, sr., 71, of 2614 Morrison ave., died yesterday at his home. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Laura C. Reynolds; four sons, Thomas Reynolds, Frank A. Reynolds and William W. Reynolds, of Tampa, and O. R. Reynolds, jr., of Miami; two daughters, Mrs. Marion Hammontree, of Tampa, and Mrs. R. R. Deaver, jr., of Haines City; two sisters, Mrs. R. W. White, of Maysville, Ga., and Miss Claude Reynolds, of Atlanta, Ga." Also, funeral notice: "REYNOLDS, OTIS RICHARDS, SR. - Funeral services for Otis Richards Reynolds, sr., 71, who passed away at his residence, 2614 Morrison ave., yesterday will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the F. T. Blount funeral home, the Rev. Samuel P. Bowles of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian church officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial park cemetery. Active pallbearers: P. F. Bryan, J. W. Bryan, G. B. Henderson, A. R. Hathaway, S. G. Telander, G. F. Johnson and Vivian Gaither. Honorary: T. N. Henderson, sr., M. H. Henderson, Glenn Henderson, J. B. Taylor, R. R. Deaver, sr., Dr. W. P. Adamson, Dr. L. T. Rector, N. P. Cannon and C. C. Hoppe." Both published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"EDWARD D. REA JR., 47, of Valrico, died Wednesday of natural causes. He had lived in Valrico five years, coming from Chiefland. The automotive mechanic had served in the U.S. Navy. He is survived by his wife, Wilma; a son, David; two daughters, Virginia and Elizabeth; and his mother, Dorothy, all of Valrico. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"ROCHA, IGNACIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Ignacia Rocha, 69, of 1611 12th Ave., will be held Saturday at 2 P. M. from the A. P. Boza Chapel, interment in Colon Cemetery. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Bianca Espina and two sisters, Mrs. Francisca Morales and Mrs. Juana Castillo." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"ROSS REIGHARD - OCALA, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Ross Reighard died Thursday afternoon. He was born in Claysburg, Pa., and spent the past 28 Winters in Oklawaha and other parts of Florida." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"EDITOR DIES - LAKE MOHAWK, N. Y., Aug. 12. - (A.P.) - William Jourdan Rapp, 47, former editor of True Story magazine and Broadway Playwright, died today of a heart attack at his summer home here. At the time of death he was editor of religious publications for the Cook Publishing Co., of Elgin, Ill." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"MRS. NANCY J. RAWLS - Mrs. Nancy J. Rawls, 90, died Saturday at her home, 3002 Fourteenth avenue. She is survived by two sons, Charles Rawls, of Tampa, and Langley Rawls of Jacksonville; eight daughters, Mrs. E. G. Whitehurst, of Kynesville, Fla., Mrs. B. T. Brookins, of Millville, Fla., Mrs. George Hare of Grandridge, Fla., Mrs. C. H. Kehoe, of Tampa, Mrs. Ada Vickers, of Chipley, Fla., Mrs. Mary Padgett, of Marianna, Fla., and Mrs. Lina Temple of Blountstown, Fla.; and a brother, James O. Conner, of Mobile, Ala. Services and burial will be at Kynesville." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 24, 1941, p. 2.
"RUSSOTTO, MISS JOSEPHINE - Funeral services for Miss Josephine Russotto, 61, resident of 204 W. Curtis, who passed away Saturday in Orlando, Fla., will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4730 N. Armenia Ave., with the Rev. E. Joe Boatwright, to officiate. Interment will be in the Woodlawn cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.

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"TULLIE JEROME STOKES - AUBURNDALE, April 5. - (Special) - Tullie Jerome Stokes, 26, of Auburndale, died this morning at Morrell hospital in Lakeland. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Opal Stokes; two sons, Tullie J., jr., and Darrell Leon; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Stokes of Haines City; three brothers, H. F., who is stationed in the Marshall Islands, Harry, jr., and Max, both of Haines City; and two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Mosley of Haines City and Miss Mae Ella Stokes of Clearwater." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, April 6, 1944, p. 2.
"CLYDE L. SMITH - Clyde L. Smith, 51, resident of 9715 Nebraska Ave., died at Tampa Hospital Saturday morning. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen Smith, Tampa; one brother and one sister." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 22, 1946, p. A4.
"SCHRAFFT'S HEAD DIES - NEW YORK, March 14. - (A.P.) - Frank G. Shattuck, 76, co-founder of a chain of restaurant and confectionary stores, died at his hotel today after a four-day illness. Shattuck was chairman of Frank G. Shattuck company, which operates 43 'Schrafft's' stores in New York and other eastern cities." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, March 15, 1937, p. 2.
"MRS. ANNIE SIDERS - Mrs. Annie Bell Siders, 50, of rural Tampa, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A native of Alabama, she had resided in Tampa for the last 45 years. She is survived by her husband, Frank E. Siders, Sr., Tampa; four sons, Frank E., John Everett, Walter Lee, and Earl Vernon Siders, all of Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Wallace and Mrs. Pearl Peel, both of Tampa; six brothers, Roy E. Key, of California and Homer L. Key, Clifford B. Key, George W. Key, Charles Warren Key and Willard Burl Key, all of Tampa, and 15 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"SHEELEY - Mrs. Helen Jo Sheeley, 54, of Brandon, passed away Saturday morning. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 11:30 from the Chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Herd T. Burnett, Pastor of the Faulkenburg Road Baptist Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be Richard Ireland, Loren Egger, Donald Calhoun, Robery Dicky, Robert Kent and Wayne Harth. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. Please omit flowers and those who wish make contributions to the American Cancer Society, 2708 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, 33609, in memory of Mrs. Sheeley. Mrs. Sheeley was a native and lifetime resident of the Tampa Bay Area. She was a member of Eastern Star and the American Dietetic Association. Survivors include her husband, Harry J. Sheeley; two daughters, Karen Jo Sheeley and Leigh Ann Sheeley, all of Brandon and her mother, Mrs. Louise B. Peeler, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"STROTHER, Mrs. Louise McDonald, 85, of Port Richey. Died Sunday. A housewife and native of Henry City, Ind. North Funeral Home, New Port Richey." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"Tennessee Farmhand Killed By Auto Near Plant City - PLANT CITY, OCt. 25 - (Special) - A Tennessee farmhand was killed near here tonight seconds after he walked from a roadside diner where he had attempted to beg food. Police reported Frank Edward Stilwill, 60, of Ashland City, Tenn., died instantly when hit by a car one-quarter mile west of here on Route 92. He was identified by papers carried in an otherwise-empty wallet. Officers said Charles Lewis Smith, 19, of Plant City, told how he attempted to pass two cars traveling in front of him, and how, when he pulled back into his lane of traffic, Stilwill stood in the center of the pavement. Smith was released without charge." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"THERON H. STUDSTILL - GREENVILLE, Jan. 31. (Special) - Theron H. Studstill, 51, died unexpectedly at his home here last night. A native of Worth County, Ga., he had lived in Madison County for 45 years and was a member of the Greenville Lions Club. Survivors include his widow, a daughter, Mrs. Ira Sands, Greenville, a granddaughter, four brothers, Tom S. and Archie Studstill, Greenville, Howard Studstill, Madison, and Don Stustill, Cocoa, and two sisters, Mrs. Bill Browning and Mrs. J. L. Opeer, Sr., both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 1, 1959, p. A8.
"MRS. PEARLA STEVENSON - Mrs. Pearla M. Stevenson, 77, of Palm River, died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. Mrs. Stevenson was a resident of Palm River for 30 years and a member of Riverview Methodist Church. She is survived by two sons, George Arron Stevenson and Rosco Hubbard Stevenson, Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Remling and Mrs. Lulabelle Smith, Tampa, and Mrs. Levada Putman, Miami; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Woods, California; 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 1, 1959, p. A8.
"STEBENS - Daniel Stebens, seventy-one years old, died at 9 o'clock last night at No. 1513 1-2 Franklin Street. He is survived by a wife here and two brothers in Urbana, O.; also by one son at Piqua, O., a daughter, Mrs. W. E. Burk, of this city. The remains have been prepared by C. E. Henderson and will be shipped to Urbana today. The widow will accompany them." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, March 31, 1915, p. 10.
"GLORIA ANN SUCH - Gloria Ann Such, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Such, jr., of Conneaut, Ohio, died yesterday morning in a Tampa hospital. Besides her parents, she is survived by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Such, sr., of Conneaut, and Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Thornton, of Pennsylvania." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 24, 1941, p. 2.
"C. H. SPENCER, PIONEER TAMPA RESIDENT, DIES - Funeral Services Will Be Conducted Tomorrow - Col. Charles H. Spencer, active in civic and political life of Tampa and south Florida for many years, died last night at his home, 215 Plant avenue after an illness of seven weeks. He was 74 years of age. Colonel Spencer, who was born in White Springs, Fla., Dec. 20, 1860, first came to Tampa in 1883. For a year and a half he was purser on a steamship operated by the Miller & Henderson company. Then he went to Seffner and engaged in the citrus growing and mercantile business until 1895. Returning to Tampa, he entered the wholesale grocery business with his brother, J. D. Spencer, which they operated for 25 years. Active in Politics Colonel Spencer was chairman of the democratic executive committee of the first congressional district for 20 years, an office he held at the time of his death. He was one of the founders of the Masonic home of Florida in St. Petersburg and was a charter member and first worshipful master of John Darling Masonic lodge. He aided in establishing the Sarah Spencer Memorial Methodist church of Sulphur Springs and the Spencer Memorial Baptist church. A member of the Sons of American Revolution and the Sons of Confederate Veterans, he was active in both organizations having held several offices in the latter. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Sarah F. Collins, of Tampa, and Mrs. M. E. Savage, DeFuniak Springs; a brother, J. D. Spencer, Tampa, and the following nieces and nephews: Mrs. Mary S. Caldwell, Tampa; Mrs. S. G. Adams, Wellborn, Fla.; Mrs. Lewish Smith, Jacksonville; Mrs. Clyde Harbeson, DeFuniak Springs; C. J. Collins, Detroit; John and Spencer Savage, DeFuniak Springs; and J. R. Hardee, Jacksonville. Funeral Tomorrow Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the J. L. Reed & Son funeral home by the Rev. Harry A. Day, of Spencer Memorial Baptist church, and the Rev. Ashworth, of Sarah Spencer Memorial Methodist church. Active pallbearers will be selected from the officers of the two churches. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the democratic executive committee of the first congressional district and Dr. L. B. Mitchell and Gordon McLeod, both of Tampa; John B. Parrish, of Parrish, and Garvin Blanton and Tressy Buchanan, both of Seffner." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 3, 1935, p. 2.
"SHEAD, Edna C., 70, of New Port Richey died Tuesday. She was a native of London, England. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"SINGLETON, Samuel Bert, 66, of Zephyrhills died Thursday. He was an area resident six years. Richardson Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"JOSEPH A. STEINBERG - Joseph Anthony Steinberg, 15, of Land O' Lakes, died Saturday at a local hospital. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Steinberg, of Land O' Lakes; one brother, Hebert Anthony Steinberg, also of Land O' Lakes, and two grandmothers, Mrs. Julia M. Berger, of New York City, and Mrs. Elizabeth Selfert, of Land O' Lakes." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1954, p. A10.
"SUNDLAND, Jean P., 67, of Port Richey died Thursday. She was a native of Chicago, Ill. North Funeral Home, New Port Richey." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"CALVIN E. SINGLETARY - Calvin Edward Singletary, 45, of Wimauma, employe of the Seaboard Air Line railway for the last 16 years, died Monday in the Bay Pines hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Bertha Singletary; four daughters, Marjorie Louise, Mary Elizabeth, Gloria Mae and Cynthia Ann Singletary; seven sons, Calvin E., jr., Parris Island, S. C.; Raymond Kenneth, James Arthur, Paul Eugene, John David, CHarles Wesley, and Howard Nelson Singletary; his mother, Mrs. Rebekah Singletary; a brother, Nathan Singletary, and five sisters, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Nora Morris, Mrs. Willie Vickers, Mrs. Margaret Quattlebaum and Mrs. Sara Hopkins." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"SHEEHY - The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sheehy died at the residence, No. 725 Main street, yesterday. The funeral services are in the hands of Undertaker J. L. Reed and will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2
"MRS. LIBBY D. SANTMEYER - Mrs. Libby D. Santmeyer, 78, 914 E. Knollwodd Ave., died Wednesday at a hospital. She is survived by a nephew, Roy Seeley, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.
"MRS. PRISCILLA SHAW - ZOLFO SPRINGS, Jan. 18. - (Special) - Mrs. Priscilla Shaw, 80, widow of Robert L. Shaw, died this morning at a local hospital." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.
"SWAIN, Mamilou Johnson, 80, of Inverness. Died Sunday. A resident of Inverness for 16 years and a retired school teacher. Charles E. Davis Funeral Home, Inverness." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"SALMONS, Orean A., 68, of Lake Wales died Thursday. She lived in the area four years. Lane-Holt Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"SAMMONS, Jessie Irene, 89, of Lakeland died Thursday. Dukes Steen Southside Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"SALMON, MRS. MARIA ALORA - Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Alora Salmon, 85, of Leesburg, who died Wednesday, will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the Page-Theus Chapel. Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery in St. Petersburg." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 17, 1958, p. A2.
"SIDMAN, JOHN A. - The remains of John A. Sidman, 72, resident of 2212 Ola, who passed away Wednesday afternoon in a local hospital, will be cremated. Arrangements by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 17, 1958, p. A2.
"SALMON, FRANCIS C. - Mr. Francis C. Salmon, 62, of Riverview, passed away Thursday evening. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 10:0 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home, with Rev. R. H. Edwards officiating. Pallbearers will be Royce L. Lambert, Albert M. Souther, Daniel C. Suggs, LeRoy Cribbs, Elmer Falkenburg and Bill Register. Interment will be in Fellowship Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 6, 1958, p. 2. Also: "FRANCIS C. SALMON - Francis C. Salmon, 62, of Riverview, died Thursday night in a Tampa hospital. A native of Tennessee, he had resided in Hillsborough County for 22 years. Mr. Salmon was a veteran of World War I. He worked for the Herman Sausage Co. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Isabel Salmon, Riverview; six stepdaughters, Mrs. T. J. Fagan, Mrs. Jimmy Cox, Mrs. Lois Hall, Mrs. Ella Mae Hatfield, all of Tampa; Mrs. Russell Stephens, of Michigan; Mrs. Roy Collins, Key West; two stepsons, James L. Hatfield, Miami; Alvia Hatfield, Arcadia; five sisters, Mrs. Roy Dennington, Mrs. Hilley Barryman, Mrs. Fred Holschen, all of St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Bill Kanney, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. J. A. Miles, Paragould, Ark.; two brothers, George Salmon, C. H. Salmon, both of Illinois; 19 step-grandchildren and six step-great-grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"ANNE JOSEPHINE SANFORD, 74, of Tampa died Saturday. She was a 35-year resident and a nurse for MacDonald Training Center. She was a member of the Senior Citizens Club of Port Tampa. She is survived by her husband, George; two stepsons, George Jr. of Yardley, Pa., and Robert of Morrisville, Pa.; two stepdaughters, Florence Weber and Rhoda Bailey, both of Morrisville, Pa.; one brother; and one sister. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"LUTHER SHELTON SPENCER, 79, of Gibsonton died Sunday. He was a resident of the area for 15 years and had been a Merchant Marine. He is survived by his wife, Jan; one son, Kem McInnis of Ruskin; and one daughter, Keely McInnis of Gibsonton. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"CLIFFORD 'SAM' STEUART, 87, of 2911 W. Henry St. died Monday. He was a native of Lake City and a longtime resident. He was a member of the East Chelsea Baptist Church and was retired from the Tampa Electric Co. He is survived by his wife, Bessie; three daughters, Mary Mcartan and Lucille Fields, both of Tampa and Gertrude Hendry of Myakka City, Fla.; one son, Paul of Zephyrhills; one brother, Bob of Lake City; 13 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 4, 1980, p. D7.
"SHERMATA, Steven, 73, of North Muskegon, Mich., died Thursday. Strickland Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"STEVENS, Alston Joseph, 97, of Lecanto died Thursday. Hooper Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"SWART, Berry George, 82, of Homosassa died Thursday. Hooper Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"RUFINO SUAREZ - Rufino Suarez, 80, of 2126 LaSalle St. died yesterday morning at a local hospital. He was a native of Cuba and had resided in Tampa 55 years." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"MRS. LUCY SIMMONS - Mrs. Lucy Marcia Simmons, 82 Adalia Ave., died Wednesday at Duke Hospital, Durham, N.C. She is survived by her husband, Joseph D. Simmons, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Hodgkinson, and two grand-daughters of Worcester, Mass." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"BLANTON J. SALMON - Blanton Jesse Salmon, 61, 4827 George Road, died Thursday night at a local hospital. A native of Florida, he had resided in Tampa for 10 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Stella Salmon, Tampa; five daughters, Mrs. Gladys Pfaff, Philadelphia, Pa., Miss Ann Salmon, Miss Barbera Hart, Miss Stella Hart and Miss Charlotte Hart, all of Tampa; two sons, Joe Salmon, Philadelphia, Pa., and Donald Hart, Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Leona May and Mrs. Flora Donnelly, both of Tampa, and Mrs. Emma Miller, Fort Lauderdale; three brothers, Joe Salmon, Boston, Mass., Dennis Salmon, Naples, and Robert Salmon, Immokalee, and three grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"MRS. ANNA N. STUMP - CLEARWATER, Oct. 3. - (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Anna N. Stump, 78, of 3 North Pine Cir., who came here eight years ago from Harrisburg, Pa., and was active in WCTU work, died today in a Clearwater rest home. Survivors include a son, Dr. Frank A. Stump, Belleair; a grandson, Frank A. Stump, III, New Brunswick, N. Y.; a brother, William Bankus, and sister, Mrs. Lilla Foust, both of Harrisburg, Pa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"H. J. SISTRUNK - H. J. Sistrunk, 51, 209 S. Howard Ave., died yesterday at his home. A native of Fort McCoy, and a Tampa resident for 18 years, he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ellen Broer Sistrunk; his mother, Mrs. G. H. Sistrunk, Bronson; two sons, Henry B. Sistrunk, Jacksonville, and Robert Wayne Sistrunk, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. John Burchette, DeLand; three brothers, Gosper and Perry Sistrunk, Miami, and Wilson Sistrunk, Tallahassee; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Collins and Mrs. Dogan Cobb, Bronson, and three grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 7, 1964, p. A2.
"BEATRICE SALMON - ST. PETERSBURG (Special) - Mrs. Beatrice Ida Salmon, 71, of 303 20th Ave. N., died Tuesday at her residence. A native of Shelbyville, Ind., Mrs. Salmon came here two years ago from Indianapolis, Ind. She was a Protestant. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Jean Wolfe, Largo." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"LESLIE J. SALMON - AUBURNDALE (Special) - Leslie J. Salmon, 52, of 130 Dixie Highway, died yesterday morning. Mr. Salmon was a native of Michigan and moved to Auburndale in 1960. He owned and operated the Salmon Woodworking Shop in Auburndale. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Michigan and the Howell, Mich., Masonic Lodge No. 38. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Grace Salmon; a daughter, Miss Janey Salmon of Howell; a son, Richard Salmon of San Jose, Calif., and two brothers, Clare and Max Salmon, both of Howell." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 21, 1965, p. A2.
"MRS. GERTRUDE B. SEELEY - Mrs. Gertrude B. Seeley, 59, 111 2nd St., Brandon, died in a Lakeland hospital yesterday. A native of Ashland, Maine, she had lived in the area since 1959. She was a Baptist, a member and past matron of the Keystone Chapter 5 O.E.S. in Ludlow, Vt. Survivors include her husband, Dr. Elwood W. Seeley; one son, Kenneth D. Bartlett of Millinocket, Maine; two sisters, Mrs. Luella Blake of Portland, Maine, and Mrs. Shirley Dunn of Ashland, Maine." Also, funeral notice: "SEELEY, MRS. GERTRUDE B. - Funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude B. Seeley, 59, of 111 2nd Street, Brandon, will be held Wednesday evening at 6:30 P.M. at the Stowers Chapel with Rev. Jim Shearer officiating. Linsley Chapter No. 152 O.E.S. will conduct Eastern Star services. Cremation will follow. Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL HOME, BRANDON." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 15, 1967, p. A9.
"SMITH, THOMAS JEFFERSON - Funeral services for Thomas Jefferson Smith will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Funeral home of B. Marion Reed, Platt street at Plant avenue, Rev. J. W. Carpenter, pastor of the First Christian church, officiating. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers are R. J. Hiers, H. B. Tillman, Charles A. Hellems, P. L. Langford, James Stuart, Charlie Jones. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Rosa Smith; two daughters, Mrs. W. S. Fisher, Mrs. J. T. Wiersdorf, Portsmouth, Va.; five grandchildren, Mrs. R. W. Aldridge, Mrs. Earl G. Pearce, Walter M. Fisher, Tampa, Mrs. W. B. Westbrook and Miss Ann Pace Wiersdorf, Portsmouth, Va.; four great-grandchildren, Joyce Nell Pierce, Warren Aldridge, Walter M. Fisher, jr., and Stanley Shannon Fisher." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1944, p. 2.
"BARKER, M. SUMPTER - Funeral services for M. Sumpter Barker, of Plant City, formerly of Tampa, who passed away Friday, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the chapel of Wells Funeral Home. The Rev. L. Don Miley. pastor, First Baptist Church, Plant City, will officiate. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Tampa. Deceased is survived by his nieces, Mrs. W. H. Anderson, Winter Haven, and Mrs. J. A. Causey, Plant City, and nephews, H. M. and Earle C. Barker, of Plant City, and Sumpter E. Barker, of Haines City. The following will serve as pallbearers and meet at the chapel at 2:45 o'clock: Bob Anderson, J. B. Anderson, W. H. Anderson, James Causey, Paul Causey and Mr. Warfield." Published in the Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1948, p. A4.
"SLAWSON, MRS. ERNA R., resident of the Old Peoples Home, and formerly of 126 Montclair Street, Brandon, passed away Monday morning. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Don R. Comer, pastor of the Nebraska Avenue United Methodist Church, officiating. Cremation will follow." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 20, 1968.
"CLYDE P. SULLIVAN - Clyde Patrick Sullivan, 56, a resident of Land O'Lakes, died yesterday morning at his residence. A native of Tampa, Mr. Sullivan was a veteran of 31 years of military service. He served during World War II and was awarded the Purple Heart and Distinguished Service Cross. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pattie Sullivan, one step-son, John Williams, both of Land O'Lakes, and his mother, Mrs. Martha Christian, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"EUGENE W. STEIMER - CLEARWATER, Sept. 26 (By Staff Writer) - Eugene W. Steimer, 73, of 1212 N. Sedeeva Circle who came here 18 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio and was a retired real estate broker, died yesterday at his home. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Anastasia Pearl Steimer, Clearwater; a grandson and two great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2.
"SHEPPARD, Lula, 79, of Venus died Friday. She was a pioneer resident of Venus. Scott Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11. Also: "SHEPPARD - VENUS - Miss Lula Sheppard, 79, died Friday, was born in Old DeSoto County, and was a pioneer resident of Venus. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Venus Methodist Church, with Rev. Walter Montz, officiating. With burial in Venus Cemetery. Scott Funeral Home, Lake Placid, in charge of arrangements." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"JOHN F. SUSZYNSKI - John F. Suszynski, 56, McKees Rocks, Pa., died Thursday in a Tampa hospital. He was a founder and director of the McKees Rocks Boys Club. He was a member of Local 60, Musicians Union, American Legion and Fraternal Order of Police. He was an officer of the St. Marys Ukranian Greek Catholic Church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mamie Ferlita Suszynski; three sons, Frank A., John V., and Angelo D. Suszynski, McKees Rocks, and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Pasuit, Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 12, 1966, p. A15.
"LINDA JEAN SCRIVNER, 39, of Tampa, died Friday. Cause of death was unavailable. She was a native and 20-year resident of Tampa. She was a former resident of Live Oak. She was a 1962 graduate of Hillsborough High School and 1967 graduate of the University of Tampa. She is survived by her mother, Elsie of Tampa; three brothers, James Alfred of Tampa, Michael Edward of Nashville, Tenn., and David Loren Scrivner of Live Oak; a sister, Rebecca Helms Kaylor of Masaryktown; and her grandfather, William Joseph Eisele. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 15, 1984, p. B11.
"PAUL SKJELLET - Paul Skjellet, 79, 211 Exeter St., Oldsmar, died yesterday. A native of East Germany, he had lived in Oldsmar for 14 years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Maria Skjellet; two sons, Edgar W. Skjellet, of Brandon, and Paul A. Skjellet, of Chicago; two brothers, Walter H. Skjellet, of Brandon, and Karl Skjellet, of East Germany; one sister, Mrs. Gertrude Skjellet Brettschneider, of West Germany." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 12, 1966, p. A15.
"SHUCKFORD, Doris M., 70, of Sebring died Monday. Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"SHURTLEFF, GEORGE B. - Funeral services for George B. Shurtleff, 82, who died Friday night in Sebring, Florida, will be held at the Stephenson-Blythe Funeral Home, Sebring, at 2:30 this afternoon, with the Rev. Robert Glenn of the Christian church officiating. Burial will be in New York City. Mr. Shurtleff was a native of Troy, N. Y., and the step-father of Mrs. Rex Beach, wife of the novelist, and of Mrs. Fred Stone, wife of the stage star. Formerly he lived in Denver, Colo., where he had mining interests." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 24, 1937, p. 1-4.
"STEINBERG, JOSEPH - Funeral services for Joseph Steinberg, 55, of the Y. M. H. A., who died Friday morning at a local hospital, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi David L. Zielonka, will conduct the services. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of F. T. Blount." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 24, 1937, p. 1-4.
"STRICKLAND, WILLIAM F. - Funeral services for Frank Strickland, 31, of 203 W. Indiana avenue, were held yesterday afternoon at 5:30 from the Greenman home with the Rev. T. H. Young officiating. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Jennie Strickland; his mother, Mrs. Rena Strickland; two daughters, Gwendolyne and Virginia Strickland; a sister, Mrs. B. R. Maples, Harisville, Ga., a brother, S. D. Strickland, Jacksonville, Fla. Burial at Orange Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 24, 1937, p. 1-4.
"SHELTON, MRS. LAURA - Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Shelton, 70, of Lacoochee, who passed away Monday, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Lacoochee Church of God with interment in the Lacoochee Cemetery. Coleman and Ferguson Company is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"SHEPPARD, WILLIAM EUGENE - Funeral services for Mr. William Eugene Sheppard, 68, of 3602 East Mohawk Avenue, will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Ludd L. Tanner, Jr., pastor of the Oak Park Baptist Church, to officiate, assisted by the Rev. L. Earl King, pastor of the 40th Street Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Tony Ippolito, John Kelley, Doc Mallard, John Martin, Mac McKenzie, Frank Curtis and John Matson. Nephews of Mr. Sheppard will serve as honorary pallbearers. The family will receive friends at the chapel this evening from 7 o'clock to until 9 o'clock. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Rosa Mae Sheppard; son, R. N. Sheppard, Tampa; three brothers, O. L. Sheppard, Chipley, G. C. Sheppard, S. G. Sheppard, Tampa; sister, Mrs. Louise Tobias, Chipley; granddaughter, Miss Patti Sheppard, Tampa; several nieces and nephews." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"STATES, Mary G., 85, of Sebring died Saturday. Warren Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 24, 1981, p. D9.
"DEAN OF PRINTERS DIES - MIAMI, Oct. 24 - (AP) - Irving I. Stone, 93, dean of American printers and retired mechanical superintendent of the Chicago Daily News, died in a hospital here yesterday. Stone was a cousin of Melville E. Stone, who with Victor Lawson founded the Chicago newspaper. He joined the News in 1880 and retired in 1930. He came to Miami 13 years ago." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 25, 1948, p. 2.
"Hillsborough Man, Who Gave Age as 115 in Census, Dies - Robert Summerall, a pioneer resident of Hillsborough county who recently gave his age as 115 to federal census takers, died at his residence in Riverview last night at 8 o'clock. He had been a resident of Hillsborough county all his life. Shortly before he died, he told friends he had been childhood playmate of Grandma Martha Weeks, of Lithia, who died recently at the age of 113. Mr. Summerall is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Rebecca Parker, of Riverview; two sons, R. E. Summerall, of Riverview, and S. H. Summerall, of Brandon; two brothers, W. N. and Tom Summerall, of Arcadia; 26 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, June 3, 1940, p. 2.
"SPARKS - Theresa, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sparks, of Spokane, Wash., died yesterday at the home of her grandparents at No. 424 West Ross Avenue, after a short illness. The body is being prepared for shipment to Hilliard, Wash., by J. L. Reed. The mother will accompany the remains." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 7, 1916, p. 12.
"STEBBINS, W. A., SR. - W. A. Stebbns, sr., 72, passed away at his residence, Six Mile creek, Tampa, at 5 a. m., Sept. 3, 1941. He was a resident of Manatee, Hillsborough and Pasco counties for more than 50 years. He is survived by his widow, Dora Meads Stebbins; five daughters, Mrs. W. S. Graham, Mrs. J. W. Kerr, Wilma, Jeanne and Elaine; and six sons, Austin E., W. A., jr., E. Gilbert, Irwin, Russell, and Charles; and two brothers, J. F. and Gilbert Stebbins. Funeral services will be at 2 p. m. Sept. 4th at Six Mile Creek Baptist church with interment at Zephyrhills, Fla. The Rev. Guy Lee and the Rev. R. H. Malcolm will conduct services. Funeral arrangements handled by Lair funeral parlor, Zephyrhills." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1941, p. 2.
"Isaac B. Stebbins Dies At Age of Ninety-two - Father of Dr. H. H. Stebbins of Lake Thonotosassa, Leaves Many Grand and Great-grandchildren. - Isaac B. Stebbins, father of Dr. H. H. Stebbins, of Lake Thonotosassa, died at the residence of his son yesterday morning at 8:15 o'clock, and the funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Stebbins was ninety-two years of age. He was the fahter of twenty-five great-grandchildren and seventeen grandchildren, and is survived by two sons, Dr. H. H. Stebbins and Fred L. Stebbins, of Lake Thonotosassa, as well as one daughter, Mrs. H. G. Krick, of Golden, Col. For the past two years, Mr. Stebbins has been living with his son, Dr. Stebbins, at Lake Thonotosassa, near here. He was a native of the State of Michigan and afterwards went to Colorado and went into the mercantile business there until he retired to come here to live with his son. He was located for a number of years in Denver. Mrs. Hunter Henderson is his granddaughter. The funeral services were directed by J. L. Reed, of this city. Rev. Dr. Brown, rector of the Episcopal Church of this city, officiated. Those selected to act as pallbearers were: H. S. Phillips, George P. Rainey, S. W. Allen, M. W. Caruth, G. B. Reynolds, J. A. Johnson. Interment was in the Thonotosassa Cemetey." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, January 3, 1916.
"MRS. EVA C. STAPP - LAKELAND, Sept. 25. - (Special) - Mrs. Eva Cauthen Stapp, 88, who had made here home here for the last three years with her daughter, Mrs. Alex Woods, died Saturday morning at Morrell Hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"SHORES - TAMPA - Funeral services for John C. Shores Jr., 78, of Mulberry, Fla. will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock at the Jennings Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. H. A. McNatt of the 1st Pentecostal Tabernacle Church officiating. Interment will follow in the Rose Hill Cemetery. Jennings Funeral Home" Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 3, 1974, p. 7D.
"STRICKLAND, Mack L., 92, of 3622 Old Tampa Hwy., Lakeland, a native of Dale County, Ala., and a longtime resident of the area, died Saturday. Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 7, 1977, p. D7.
"GEORGE W. SMITH - George W. Smith, 78, of Keysville, died yesterday at his residence. Survivors are four sons, Lawrence L. Smith, of Medulla, Jasper Smith, of Brewster, the Rev. Lesly N. Smith, of Sulphur Springs, and T. L. Smith, of Keysville, and four daughters, Mrs. Minnie Sanders, of Sulphur Springs, Mrs. Georgia Driggers, of Orlando; Mrs. Texas Bilger, of Auburndale, and Mrs. Alma Colbert, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 25, 1937, p. 2.
"SAMPLES, Rachel M., 74, of Homosassa, died Wednesday. Strickland Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"NATALIE F. SELDEN, 82, of Tampa, died Tuesday. A native of Michigan, she had lived in Tampa since 1925. She was past Matron of Linsley Chapter No. 152 O.E.S. of Brandon and a member of Episcopal Daughters of the King. She is survived by three sons, Leo B. of Chicago, Donau L. and John F., both of Tampa; six grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"NINA V. SMITH, 94, of Tampa, died Tuesday. A native of Newton, Miss., she had lived in Tampa since 1948. She was a member of Calvary Temple International Christian Center. She is survived by two sons, Elton "Buddy" of Tampa and Ethan of Fort Walton Beach; four daughters. Ermia Coughran of Utica, Miss., Esther Smith, Dorothy Young and Vida J. Gainer, all of Tampa; 16 grandchildren; and 32 great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"MARGARET STEER, 86, of Tampa, died Tuesday. A native of Kentucky, she had lived in Tampa 58 years. She is survived by her husband, Errol J.; a daughter, Mary Ann Posey of Tampa; and two grandchildren. Garden of Memories Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"EMORY D. SULLIVAN, 49, of Tampa, died Monday of natural causes. Originally from Plant City, he had lived in Tampa one month, coming from Miami. He was an air condition mechanic. He is survived by his wife, Sharon R.; his mother and stepfather. Rebecca and William Pelham; a son, Jeffrey Taylor; a daughter, Susan Taylor; four brothers, Donald Lee, William Edward, John Henry and Paul Russell; and three sisters, Ruby, Rose and Jeannie. Roel & Curry Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"SAXTON, Allen L. II, 70, of Scottsdale, Ariz., formerly of Tampa, died Thursday. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"SULLIVAN, Chester G., 83, of Gibsonton died Friday. Stowers Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"MRS. LILLIAN SHARKEY - Mrs. Lillian Sharkey, 70, 1607 Morgan St., died Monday at a hospital. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Catherine Ruth Sharkey, Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Agnes Pounds, Gardenia, Calif. She was a reisdent of Tampa for about five years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"STATILE, Peter J., 77, of Port Richey, died Wednesday. North Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"SWALLEY, AMELIA T. - Mrs. Amelia T. Swalley, 221 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa, Fla., Jan. 22, 1947. Private services. No flowers by request. Arrangements by Greenman Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 25, 1947, p. 2.
"MELITTA STEINHAUER, 90, of Ventnor, N.J., died Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital. A native of Frankfurt, Germany, she was visiting the Tampa Bay area from Ventnor. She was a homemaker and a member of Absecon Presbyterian Church in Absecon, N.J. She is survived by two daughters, Bettina Mawn of Tampa and Eleanor Miller of Ventnor; two sons, George of Las Vegas and Paul of Absecon; 15 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. Swilley Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"JOHN F. SELDEN, 61, of Tampa died Monday at home. A native of Seffner and longtime resident of Seffner, he was retired from the U.S. Air Force and a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars. He was an Episcopalian, a member of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 4 and the American Legion, and a volunteer at James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital. He is survived by a brother, Leo B. Jr., of Chicago. F.T. Blount Co., Nebraska Ave. Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"JOHN CLAYTON SINCLAIR - ARCADIA, March 26. - (Special) - John Clayton Sinclair, 68, of Wauchula, who had lived in South Florida 25 years, died at a hospital here today. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Della Sinclair; a son, Neil Sinclair, both of Wauchula; two daughters, Mrs. Karl Franz, Chicago, and Miss Lila Sinclair, Blue Mountain, Miss.; a brother, N. M. Sinclair, Miami, and two sisters, Mrs. Flora Musselwhite, Palatka, and Mrs. Sarah Martin, Arcadia." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, March 27, 1941, p. 2.
"SAMMON, CAPT. T. J. - Funeral services for Capt. T. J. Sammon will be held at 3:30 Thursday afternoon at First Baptist church at Arcadia, Rev. C. B. Price officiating. Robaris funeral home in charge. Interment at Oak Ridge cemetery, Arcadia K. Post American Legion in charge at cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 6, 1939, p. 2.
"L. T. Sammons, Tampa Realty Dealer, Dies - Lawrence T. Sammons, 72, Tampa real estate dealer, died suddenly yesterday morning at his home, 1506 Georgia avenue. He had been a resident of Tampa for 15 years, moving here in 1925 from Oklahoma, where he had been engaged in the oil and banking businesses. He was an active member of the Tampa Board of Realtors and belonged to the Knights of Pythias lodge. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Della Sammons; a daughter, Mrs. W. T. Ford, of Pampa, Tex., and three grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, December 29, 1940, p. 1-6.
"FILM PRODUCER DIES - HOLLYWOOD, July 25. - (AP) - Winfield Sheehan, 61, pioneer motion picture producer, died today after suffering a relapse from an operation performed several months ago." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, July 26, 1945, p. 2.
"STEWART, CLYDE EDWIN - The remains of Clyde Edwin Stewart, 65, resident of 3803 Arlington Ave., who passed away Saturday night at a Tampa hospital, will be sent by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Covington, Ky., for funeral services with interment in Highland Cemetery, Fort Mitchell, Ky. The time to be announced later. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Olive Stewart; two are his wife, Mrs. Olive Stewart, Tampa, two daughters, Miss Clyde Stewart, Toldeo, Ohio, and Mrs. Virginia Settler, Cincinnati, Ohio, and two grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 12, 1951, p. 2.
"MR. GUISEPPINA SPICOLA - Mrs. Guiseppina Spicola, 73, of 1502 22nd St., died yesterday afternoon at her home. She is survived by a son, Joseph Spicola; a daughter, Mrs. Angelina Gonzalez; a brother, Mario Vaccaro, N. Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Rosalia Palermo, Tampa, and Mrs. Maria Rosa Reina, Italy." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, June 1, 1946, p. 2.
"CLEO C. STARBARD - LEESBURG, June 3. - (Special) - Cleo Clinton Starbard, 66, a former resident of Leesburg, died suddenly Friday afternoon in Clewiston of a heart attack. Mr. Starbard was associated with the Smith Engineering Companyas an expediter." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"MRS. ETHEL M. SWETT - Mrs. Ethel Manson Swett, 65, of 1403 22nd Ave., died Thursday. She is survived by four sons, C. W. Swett, Boston; C. T. Swett, Jr., U. S. Navy; Manson and Robert Swett, of Tampa; two daughters, Mr. Beatrice Hilborn and Mrs. Virginia Cobb, Portland, Me., and six grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, June 1, 1946, p. 2.
"LEWIS C. SMITH - GAINESVILLE, Aug. 9 - (Special) - Lewis C. Smith, jeweler and resident of Alachua County since 1890, died yesterday at his residence after a long illness." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"STEAD, HAROLD LAULOR, JR. - The remains of Harold Laulor Stead, Jr., 43, resident of 3208 Napolean, who passed away in a local hospital Friday morning, will be sent Wednesday at noon by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Bisbee and Son Funeral Home, Saugus, Mass., for funeral services and interment." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"Mr. Saxe, 77 years old, who came to this city from Clearwater for treatment, died yesterday in this city, of complication of diseases. Undertaker Reed prepared the remains for burial, and they await the directions of relatives." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, December 15, 1901, p. 8.
"SUMMERLIN, MRS. KATHLEEN - Funeral services for Mrs. Kathleen Summerlin, 54, of the Jerry Smith Road, Turkey Creek, who passed away Friday, will be held Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the New Hope Freewill Baptist Church, Jensen Heights, Plant City, with Rev. James Fortinberry and Rev, R. N. Waycaster, officiating. Interment will follow in Turkey Creek Cemetery. Those selected to serve as pallbearers are asked to please meet at the church at 2:45 p.m. She is survived by her husband, James Willie Summerlin, Turkey Creek; four daughters, Mrs. Minnie Rickter, Turkey Creek, Mrs. Virginia Dyer, Indiana, Mrs. Barbara Malando, Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. Winniw Bardhleder, Tampa; one son, J. W. Summerlin of LaBelle, Florida; four sisters, Mrs. Mamie Jordon, Burton, Ala., Mrs. Pearl Floyd, Mrs. Alleen Wolfe and Mrs. W. H. Bishop, all of Jay, Florida; one brother, R. W. Polk, Jay, Florida, also 16 grandchildren. Arrangements are under direction of Haines-Griffin-Ham Funeral Home Inc., Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A. *Note: The Tampa library's TRAILS index shows her age as 34, but it looks for like 54 to me.
"SEAMAN, SARAH F. - Funeral services for Sarah F. Seaman, 66, of 432 Poinsettia Ave., Clearwater Beach, who died Wednesday will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Moss Chapel, Clearwater, conducted by Rabbi Henry B. Wernick, interment following in Rodoph Sholom Cemetery, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"OSCAR M. SHIRLEY - Oscar M. Shirley, 65, died last night at his home at Cork Academy. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at his home with the Rev. W. E. Cooper officiating. Interment will be made in Williams cemetery near Dade City." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 22, 1932, p. 2.
"MRS. AUGUSTA STEIN - Mrs. Augusta Stein, 67, a resident of the Old Peoples' Home, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. She was a native of Scranton, Pa., and had resided in Tampa for the past 18 years. Mrs. Stein is survived by two brothers, Dr. Fred Urbuteit, of Tampa, and John Urbuteit of Seattle, Wash.; and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Price, of Tampa, and Mrs. Emma Sullivan, of Peabody, Mass." Also, funeral notice: "STEIN, MRS. AUGUSTA - Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta Stein, 67, a resident of the Old Peoples Home, will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home with Rev. Henry G. Wolter, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Walter Dahm, Gus Bremer, Emil Volrath, Otto Meissler, V. O. Wagner and Kenneth Booth. Mrs. Stein is survived by two brothers, Dr. Fred Urbuteit of Tampa and John Urbuteit of Seattle, Wash., and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Price of Tampa and Mrs. Emma Sullivan of Peabody, Mass. The family requests that FLOWERS PLEASE BE OMITTED." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"MRS. JANET A. SWAIN - Mrs. Janet A. Swain, 61, of 112 South Himes Ave., died Monday in a local hospital. She was a resident of Tampa for the past eight years, and lived formerly in East Orange, N.J. Survivors are her husband, George K. Swain, of New York City; one daughter, Mrs. Doris S. Staples, of Tampa; one son, Daniel E. Swain, of Babylon, Long Island, N. Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Jessie Wells, of Sarasota; Mrs. Emily Mitchell, of Orlando, and three grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"SIMMERS - C. A. Simmers, who died Monday at Thonotosassa was buried yesterday morning at 1 o'clock at Woodlawn under the direction of F. T. Blount." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, November 7, 1918.
"A. Q. SHEALY - M. Q. (Buck) Shealy, superintendent of the Ybor station of the postoffice, received word yesterday of the death of his father, A. Q. Shealy, 82, at his home in Perry, S. C. Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Louise Hyde, of Myrtle Beach, S. C., and two other sons, A. M. Shealy, of Baltimore, Md., and J. M. Shealy, of Perry. Mr. Shealy was a frequent visitor in Tampa. The funeral will be held today from the Baughman Funeral Home in Wagner, S. C." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, October 13, 1954, p. 2.
"MARTHA STRICKLAND - Martha, the three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strickland, died yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence, 207 Selma avenue. Besides her parents she is survived by one sister, Hazel Strickland, of Tampa, and one brother, H. C. Beaty, of Boston, Ga. Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock from the residence with Mortician F. T. Blount in charge. Dr. A. M. Bennett of the Palm Avenue Baptist church will officiate. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetey." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, March 13, 1927.
"MRS. CORNELIA J. STONE - Mrs. Cornelia J. Stone, 66, of 3303 San Jose street, died at the residence at 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning. The body will be sent to New Haven, Conn., tonight at midnight. Mrs. Stone is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles F. Erich of Tampa, who will accompany the body, together with Mr. Erich." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 13, 1927.
"SCOTT, PETER A. - Mr. Peter A. Scott, 77, of 8841 Causeway Blvd., Tampa, passed away Monday. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock form the chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT CO. FUNERAL HOME, 5101 NEBRASKA AVENUE with Rev. Don Comer, pastor of Nebraska Avenue United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mr. Scott is survived by his sister, Miss Susan Scott, Tampa, Fla." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"WALTER W. SAMMONS - TARPON SPRINGS, Sept. 5. - (Special) - Walter W. Sammons, retired winter visitor here, died suddenly at his summer home in Polo, Ill, according to word received here today. He is survived by his widow." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 6, 1936.
"SELL - Adolf, thirteen-day old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Sell, died at 6 o'clock last night at a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from the parlors of Undertaker B. Marion Reed. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 2, 1921.
"SAMMONS - Pending the arrival of Mrs. Sammons' sister from Memphis, Tenn., funeral arrangements are being temporarily delayed for John H. Sammons, aged forty-seven years, proprieter of the Crispy doughnut factory on Franklin street, who died at his residence, No. 1903 Florida avenue, Thursday, from acute indigestion. The deceased is survived by his wife and one step-child. Funeral arrangements are in charge of Undertaker B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 1, 1921.
Also: "SAMMONS - Funeral services for John H. Sammons, aged forty-seven years, who died at his residence, No. 1903 Florida avenue, Thursday, from acute indigestion, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the parlors of Undertaker B. Marion Reed, Rev. W. F. Dunkle, pastor of the First Methodist church, will officiate at the services. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 2, 1921.
"THOMAS J. SAMMON - Thomas J. Sammon died yesterday at his home in Dacula, Ga. His son, Wilson Sammon, who has been living in Tampa for the last seven years, will leave today to attend the services. Besides the son, he is survived by his widow and a daughter." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, June 4, 1931.
"TWO LAKELAND DEATHS CAST GLOOM OVER CITY - William Sammon aged fifty-eight, and Little Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hull Called - LAKELAND, Jan.31. - (Special) - Two deaths occurred in this city yesterday which have cast a gloom over the community. At 9 o'clock last night, after an illness of only a few days, William Sammon passed to his reward. The funeral took place this morning from the Catholic Church, Father White, of Tampa, officiating. Mr. Sammon was fifty-eight years of age and came here from Florence, Ala., four or five years ago. He leaves a wife and three children; W. T. Sammon, teller at the Firt National Bank; Paul, a younger son, and Evangeline, a lovely young daughter. The other death was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hull, taking from them their sweet little daughter, Corinne. The little one was taken ill about a week ago. The funeral was conducted this afternoon at the family residence, a large number of friends expressing ther sympathy by their presence and the wealth of beautiful flowers." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, February 1, 1916, pg. 13, col. 1.
"PLANT CITY, June 2 - (Special) - Needham Alfred Stanley, 84, a resident of the Cork section of East Hillsborough County since his parents moved there from Holmes County when he was two years old, died suddenly in Plant City Saturday. He and his wife had been married more than 50 years and had the honor of being the couple who had been married longest at the old timers picnic held at Plant City last October. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lydian Stanley; a daughter, Mrs. Don A. Jameson, Tampa; two sons, I. H. Stanley, of Cork, and A. H. Stanley, Jacksonville; two sisters, Mrs. Viney Sullivan and Mrs. Maggie Gallagher, Cork, and three brothers, G. W. and C. J., of Tampa, and Lee Stanley, Antioch." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"SCHILLING, CHARLES C., JR. - Funeral services for Mr. Charles C. Schilling, Jr., 69, of 316 W. Hilda, will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the Duval Funeral Home, with The Rev. James P. Lilly, Pastor of the Nebraska Avenue Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Fritz Forkel, Leo Lorenzo, Joe Martinez, Jack Funk, Charles H. Apgar and T. E. Skornschek." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 21, 1956, p. A2.
"SCOGGINS, SAMUEL DWIGHT - Funeral services for Samuel Dwight Scoggins, 50, resident of 1415 East Waters Ave., who passed away Saturday afternoon at his home, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. John W. Lorton, pastor of the First Church of God, Sulphur Springs, to officiate. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Memorial Lodge No. 20, F&AM, will have charge of the graveside services." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 21, 1956, p. A2.
"STANLEY, JOHN DAVID - Funeral services for John David Stanley, 55, a resident of 801 Washington St., who passed away Thursday afternoon at his residence, were held Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. Garman, of the Drew Field Baptist Church, officiated. Interment is Seffner Cemetery." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"LAKE WALES, June 5 - (Special) - Elious V. Stephens, 70, a resident of the Lake Wales area since 1924, died at his home in Alcoma today." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"SETTLES, CARL L. - Funeral services for Mr. Carl L. Settles, age 23, 4008 El Prado Blvd., will be held at 10:00 o'clock Friday morning at the Palma Ceia Methodist Church. The Reverend Lyman Kirkwood, Associate Pastor, will officiate assiated by the Reverend Ralph Stone, Pastor of the Palma Ceia Baptist Church. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605 S. MacDill Ave., is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"SMITH, MRS. ELIZABETH M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth M. Smith, 91, of 4820 N. Hale Ave., who died Monday morning in a local hospital, will be held at 10:00 o'clock this morning from the Graveside in Garden of Memories Cemetery, with Rev. Jack C. Kelley, pastor of the Oak Grove United Methodist Church, officiating. Arrangements in charge of SNIPES FUNERAL HOME, 6718 N. Armenia Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"SUMMERS, ELMER J. - Funeral services for Mr. Elmer J. Summers, age 59, 3914 DeLeon St., will be held at 10:00 o'clock Wednesday morning at CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605 S. MacDill Ave. The Reverend Msgr. Mark J. McLoughlin, Pastor of Christ the King Catholic Church, will officiate. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"JOE LEE STRICKLAND - Joe Lee Strickland, 65, of 8413 Mitchell, died Friday morning at a Tampa hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sadie Strickland, of Tampa; six sons, Nathan Strickland and James Strickland, both of Chassahowitzka, Fla.; Fred Strickland, Harry Strickland, and Gordy Strickland, all of Tampa, and Frank Strickland, of South Laguna, Calif.; four daughters, Miss Eddie Carrol Strickland, of Tampa, Mrs. Margaret Brimmage, of Homasassa, Mrs. Blanche Dias, of Tampa, and Mrs. Mary Allen, of Portland, Ore.; three brothers, one sister and grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"STRINGER, MRS. VICTORIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Victoria Stringer, 89, a resident of rural Tampa, will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Joe L. Reed's, Bayshore and Plant Ave., with the Rev. Roland Q. Leavell officiating. Pallbearers will be grand-sons. Interment in Oak Grove Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 14, 1946.
"PEDRO SANCHEZ - Pedro Sanchez, 46, died yesterday morning at his home 914 Seventh avenue. Funeral arrangements have not been completed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, May 13, 1927.
"MRS. JOSEPHINE SWANSON - Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Swanson, 50, were held yesterday at 2 o'clock from the chapel of Mortician F. T. Blount, with Rev. H. F. Tolle of the First Methodist church officiating. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, March 13, 1927.
"MRS. CATHERINE SULLIVAN - Mrs. Catherine T. Sullivan, 78, of 2910 San Carlos, died Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Sullivan was a native of Taylor County, Ga.and for the last 22 years made Tampa her home. Survivors are a son, Carl E. Thornton, Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. W. A. Gibson, Lake City, and Mrs. Julia Turner, Ocala; a brother, R. R. Caldwell, Ocala, and several nephews and nieces." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"JOHN R. SWINGLEY - Funeral services for John R. Swingley, 87, who died at the residence, 106 West Ross avenue, early Friday morning, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of B. Marion Reed. Services will be in charge of Bay Lodge, No. 12, Knights of Pythias, of which Mr. Swingley was a member. Pallbearers will be selected from membership of the lodge." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, November 6, 1926.
"DAVID SHERRILL - David Sherrill, 75, of 904 Bruce St., died early Thursday at a local hospital. A native of Arcadia, he had lived in Tampa since early childhood and was the son of Thomas B. Sherrill Sr. He was a graduate of Hillsborough High School and was a well-known building contractor for many years here before his retirement. He was a member of La Caundeur Lodge No. 36, F&AM, and the Scottish Rite, Dalcho Consistory No. 1 of Charleston, S.C., and of Egypt Temple Shrine in Tampa. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dorothy F. Sherrill, Tampa; his son, A. B. Sherrill, Tallahassee; two brothers, Lawrence E. Sherrill and Robert L. Sherrill, and a sister, Mrs. Ena Sherrill Davis, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 9, 1967, p. 19-A.
"SANTAELLA, ANTONIO - Funeral services for Antonio Santaella, age 85, of 1001 Bayshore Boulevard, who died Sunday morning at a local hospital, will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church with the rector, The Rev. Harold Brown Hoag, officiating. Entombment will follow in the family mausoleum in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. The following, as pallbearers, are requested to meet at Joe L. Reed's, Bayshore and Plant, at 10:15 A. M. Active: Armando Rodriguez, A. M. Cueva, Juan Cueva, Lawrence E. Hagen, Armand Cueva, Eugene Fernandez. Honorary: C. Fred Thompson, Celestino Vega, A. H. Caro, Peter O. Knight, Jr., Fernando Cueva, Francisco Gonzalez, Ceferino Lopez, Angel Arenas, M. A. Pollack, Robert Pollack, Francis M. Sack, Dr. F. S. Adamo, Angel Cuesta, Henri Fernandez, D. B. McKay, James Fernandez, Allen Porter, E. P. Taliaferro, Glen Evins, Benjamin Cosio, Oscar Fernandez. Mr. Santaella may be seen Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 to 9 P. M. at Joe L Reed's." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"SMITH-MEDLIN - A double funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock under the direction of B. Marion Reed and J. L. Reed. The deceased were Mrs. Valencia Smith, wife of Jacob Freeman, who died at her residence, No. 113 Green street, West Tampa, and her nephew, Fred R. Medlin, who died at his residence, No. 21 Arch street, West Tampa. Rev. C. W. Duke officiated at the services and the two bodies were laid side by side in Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Smith is survived by her husband, Jacob B. Smith, one son, Herman, two brother and three sisters in Key West, and one sister, Mrs. Medlin, mother of Fred Medlin, in Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, November 7, 1918.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, March 23, 1930: TERRELL SMITH - Funeral services for Terrell Smith, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, who died at his home, 208 South Brevard avenue, Friday, will be from the home this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Dr. A. M. Bennett, pastor of the Palm Avenue Baptist church, will officiate. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Besies his parents, he is survived by two brothers, John, jr., and Ross Smith.
"MRS. EDITH ALICE SMITH - CLEARWATER, Feb. 18 - (Special) - Mrs. Edith Alice Smith, 64, a Winter visitor from Peru, Ind., died in Mease Hospital, Dunedin, Friday. She had been here three months. She is survive by her husband, Glenn V. Smith; a son, H. F. Smith; and two daughters, Mrs. Wilma O. Jenkins, and Mrs. Margaret McClain, all of Peru." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"Mrs. Ella M. Servis, of Orient Park, died at her home yesterday. Survivors are two sons, Chester E. Bell, of Port Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y., and Harry C. Bell, of Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel D. Taylor, of Chicago" From Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 28, 1944.
"MARCUS C. STALEY - Marcus C. Staley, 78, of 5202 Grand Central Ave., died Thursday in a local hospital. He was a native of Georgia and had been a resident of Tampa for 60 years. Mr. Staley was a retired nurseryman and a member of the Trinity Methodist Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Eula M. Staley, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Platt, Long Island, N. Y.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. W. J. Oatley, Tampa; five grandchildren; a brother, G. H. Staley, Jacksonville, and five sisters." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"STINSON, JAMES CALVIN - Funeral services for James Calvin Stinson, 61, of Lake Thonotosassa, who died Saturday at a local hospital, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the funeral home of F. T. Blount, Rev. H. C. Hinton of the Church of Christ officiating. Interment in Jackson Heights cemetery. Pallbearers will be M. L. Russell, H. E. Russell, J. H. Russell, C. M. Strickland, J. A. Raybon and J. C. Burgner." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"JOHN SCHLEMP - BRADENTON, March 17. - (Special) - John Schlemp, 75, died here at the home of his daughter, Mrs. William F. Elam, after a long illness. He is survived by a son, P. M. Schlemp, of Miami, and two daughters, Mrs. P. B. Trigg, of St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Elam. The Rev. George White of the First Presbyterian church conducted funeral services today at the Wakeman funeral home, and the body was sent to Henderson, Ky." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"BELLE GLADE, June 2 - (Special) - Carlie M. Swindle, 76, of Belle Glade, died at his home here Saturday morning. He came to Belle Glade 11 years ago from Pensacola. He was a retired farmer." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"SISSON, MRS. LULA - Mrs. Lula Sisson, 68, of 2106 Tampa St., died Monday. She is survived by her husband, George Sisson. Services will be held Tuesday at 10 o'clock at the Greenman home. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"MRS. ELEANOR M. SPERRY - DADE CITY, Nov. 6 - (Special) - Mrs. Eleanor McClain Sperry, 82, died here yesterday at the Jackson Memorial Hospital." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"STEPHENS, N. William, 70, of Sebring, died Thursday. Warren-Morris Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"GEORGE MARVIN STALHOOD JR., infant son of George Marvin Stalhood and Tina Lacey, of Brooksville, died May 7. Cause of death was unavailable. Aikens Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 1, 1984, p. 9-B.
"MRS. RACHEL McG. SCANLAN - DUNEDIN, Nov. 6 - (Special) - Mrs. Rachel McGill Scanlan, resident of this city for several years, died in a St. Petersburg hospital last night. She had been ill several months. She was the wife od C. Townsend Scanlan. Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Flowers, Dunedin; her mother, Mrs. James H. McGill, and several brothers and sisters, all of Valparaiso, Ind." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, November 7, 1952, p. 3A.
"C. T. SHIRLEY - C. T. Shirley, of Chattanooga, Tenn., formerly employed by the Coe brothers shows, died here yesterday. Funeral arrangements will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 16, 1931, p. 2.
"SHEPHARD, Cecil Ray, 62, of Zephyrhills, died Wednesday. Rochey Memorial Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"GRACE G. SMITH - TARPON SPRINGS, Oct. 30 - (Special) - Grace G. Smith, 80, died last night at Sunny Acres in Anclote, where she had been a patient for the past six months. She was born in Boston, Mass., and has no survivors." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 31, 1950, p. 3.
"SANTISTEBAN, SERGIO - Fuenral services for Mr. Sergio Santisteban, 65, of 402 Stratford, will be held Wed., at 4 P.M. from the A.P. Boza NEBRASKA CHAPEL (2305 Nebraska Ave.) with interment in Colon Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Justina Santisteban; a daughter, Mrs. Irene Hulsey; one son, Eddie Santisteban; two sisters, Mrs. Argelia Santisteban; and Mrs. Guillermina Garrido; one brother, Maximiliano Santisteban; and three grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"SIDELINKER, MRS. EDNA N. - Mrs. Edna N. Sidelinker, 84, of Route 2, Box 1047, Lutz, passed away Sunday. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 O'Clock from the F.T. BLOUNT COMPANY LUTZ FUNERAL HOME, with the Rev. William L. Kelter, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Lutz, officiating. Mrs. Sidelinker will then be sent to North Branch, Michigan, for final services and interment. Mrs. Sidelinker is survived by two daughters Mrs. Naomi Couture of Lutz, and Mrs. J. N. Swarr of Elmhurst, Illinois; and two grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"SIMONS, HAYWOOD - Funeral services for Haywood Simons, 53, of 311 E. Ross Ave., Tampa, will be held this morning at 9 a.m. from the graveside in Rose Hill Cemetery with Rev. W. P. Roberts officiating. Interment will follow. Arrangements by BRANDON FUNERAL HOME, 212 North Parsons Ave., Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"SINGLETON, MRS. MARY SUSAN 'SUSSIE' - Fuenral services for Mrs. Mary Susan 'Sussie' Singleton, 93, of Thonotosassa, Fla., will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the West Thonotosassa Baptist Church. The Rev. Olin Hall, officiating. Interment will follow in the Thonotosassa Cemetery. Pallbearers: Jessie Crosson, Charlie Brown Crosson, James Crosson, Ricky Crosson, C. B. Crosson, and Jimmy Crosson. Mrs. Singleton will lie in state at her residence until 1 o'clock this afternoon, at which time she will be taken to the church. FLORIST, PLEASE DELIVER ALL FLOWERS TO THE FUNERAL HOME. Arrangements by BOWE'S FUNERAL HOME, 3023 Busch Blvd." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"SELDEN, LEO B. - A requiem mass for the repose of the soul of Leo B. Selden, 70, of 322 Rio Vista Court, will be offered THURSDAY MORNING AT 10 O'CLOCK FROM ST. FRANCIS EPISCOPAL CHURCH by Father J. R. Griffith, rector. Masonic rites at graveside in the Garden of Memories will be conducted by Brandon Lodge No. 114 F&AM. Pallbearers are F. B. Akard, W. A. Lewis, T. M. Blackshear, T. C. Casey, W. A. Brodie, C. R. Hampton, R. E. Hiller, B. L. Langford, H. R. Moody, H. H. Rushing, C. D. Reynolds, Wayman Seder, L. B. Stansbury, R. S. Summerall, H. F. Turner, W. B. Westbrook and officers and past officers of Local, State and National Credit Union Association. THE FAMILY REQUESTS PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS AND SUGGEST CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LEO B. SELDEN MEMORIAL FUND, CARE OF FATHER J. R. GRIFFITH, ST. FRANCIS EPISCOPAL CHURCH OR THE EMPHYSEMA FUND. The remains will lie in state at the church from 10 o'clock Wednesday morning until time of funeral on Thursday. ARRANGEMENTS BY J. L. REED AND SONS, 3410 Henderson Blvd. at DeLeon St." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1970, p. A23. Also, "Leo B. Selden Dies At 70 - Leo B. Selden, 70, of 322 Rio Vista Court, died Sunday. A native of Eagle Township, Mich., he lived in Tampa since 1926 and has been associated with railroads for 49 years. He was the founder of the Railroad Employes Credit Union for the Atlantic Coast Line, now the Seaboard Coast Line, and retired last month after 35 years as president of the Florida Credit Union League. At the time of his death he was treasurer-manager of the SCL Employes Credit Union, a position he held longer than any other federal credit union manager in the United States. He organized and served as president of several credit unions. He was an Episcopalian. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Natalie F. Selden; three sons, Donau L. Selden, Tampa, Leo B. Selden Jr., Omaha, Neb., and M/Sgt. John F. Selden, USAF, Lubbock, Texas; a brother, Lynn A. Selden, Lansing, Mich., and a sister, Mrs. Basil Jackson, Haslett, Mich." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 10, 1970, p. A19.
"STAFFORD, FRED - Mr. Fred Stafford, 75, of Rt. 5 Box 985, Brooksville, passed away Wednesday. The time, date and place of services will be announced later by the F. T. BLOUNT FUNERAL HOMES, Interment will be in Fivay Junction Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1970, p. A23.
"INA MAE SCHNURR, 89, of Tampa, died Monday. She was a resident of the Tampa Bay area for eight years, moving from Hilton, N.Y. She was a housewife and she attended University Church of God. She is survived by one son, Herbert of Tampa; one daughter, Thelma VanHerreweghe of Tampa; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Duval Funeral Homes, Northside Chapel." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"Judge E. T. Shurley Dies In Hospital; Lived Here 11 Years - Judge Edmund T. Shurley, of 2608 Sunset drive, died last night at the Tampa hospital where he had been taken after a sudden illness. He was 63 years of age. Judge Shurley was a native of Georgia, and had been a resident of Tampa since 1925. He came here from Warrenton, Ga., where he had been a judge of the superior court in the Tooms circuit. Prior to that, he was secretary to the last United States Senator Tom Hardwick of Georgia for 12 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Loud Shurley, and a brother, Dr. John H. Shurley of Milledgeville, Ga. Funeral arrangements had not been completed last night." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 13, 1936, p. 2.
"IN MEMORIUM - In loving memory of James Sandretzky. It is 5 years today since you left us. Our memories of you will keep you alive in our hearts forever. We miss you, love your family." From Tampa Tribune, Feb. 20, 1988.
"SPINER, MISS LIBBIE - Funeral services for Miss Libbie Spiner, 65, resident of 14101 Florida Ave., formerly of Sarasota, Fla., who passed away Wednesday noon at a Tampa hospital, will be held Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, The Rev. C. Howard Matheny, DD, of the First Christian Church, to officiate. The remains will be sent to Piser Funeral Home, Chicago, Ill., for funeral services with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 13, 1953.
"CLYDE STEINHAUER - Clyde Steinhauer, 30, of Brownstown, Ill., died in a local hospital Thursday evening. He is survived by his wife, and two children, a daughter, Helen, and a son, Kenneth, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Steinhauer, of Brownstown. The body will be sent to Brownstown." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"ROSALIND SUGLIA, 63, of Tampa, died Tuesday. She wintered in the Tampa Bay area for seven years and was a housewife. She was of the Jewish faith. She is survived by her husband, Victor; two sons, Philip and Joseph, both of Kalamazoo, Mich.; one brother, Hyman Welner of Delray Beach; and four grandchildren. Stowers B. Marion Reed Funeral Home." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"CALMER SIEGLEMAN - Calmer Siegleman, of Land O'Lakes, died last night in a local hospital. A native of Austria, he had been a resident of Land O'Lakes for the last 35 years. He was a retired produce merchant and a grove owner. Mr Siegleman was a member of Rudolph Sholom Congregation. Survivors are his sister, Mrs. Anna Folkman, Chicago; two brothers, Morris Siegleman, Chicago, and Charles Siegleman, Martford, Mich.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Detta Wagner, Hammond, Ind., and a step-son, Fred Henke, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"Mrs. Amelia Sanchez, 55, of 2934 Palmetto St., died yesterday morning at a Tampa hospital. She is survived by four sons, Adalberto, Abelardo, Salvador L. and Luis Pereira, and two daughters, Mrs. Hilda Gonzalez and Mrs. Josefina Trigueiro, and eight grandchildren, of Tampa." - Also, funeral notice: "SANCHEZ, AMELIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Amelia Sanchez, 55...will be held today at 4 P.M. from the Macfarlane Park Baptist Church, The Rev. Laney officiating. Interment in Woodlawn...Pallbearers: Alberto, Abelardo, Salvador L., Tony Pereira, Louis Gonzalez and Raymond Trigueiro. Funeral arrangements in charge of A. P. Boza." - Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"RALPH T. SENTER - EUSTIS, Jan. 26 - (Special) - Ralph T. Senter, 71, retired president of the Philadelphia Transportation Co., died Saturday at his home." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"MRS. MARY SHARPE - Mrs. Mary Kate Sharpe, of 6610 Elizabeth St., died yesterday morning at her residence. A native of Oxford, Fla., she had been a resident of Tampa for the past 58 years. She is survived by her husband, Charles B. Sharpe, Tampa; two sons, Roy L. Smith and William B. Sharpe, both of Tampa; a brother, Harry Barnett, Tampa; nine grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 9, 1956.
"STANFORD, Sarah E. - Sarah E. Stanford, 86, of Kingsway, died Thursday at her home. She is survived by her husband, William T. Stanford; one son, John Parson, California; one daughter, Mrs. Nellie J. Linville, Harveyville, Kan.; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services will be held Monday at 10 o'clock at the Brandon Methodist church, with The Rev. W. C. Strickland officiating. Pallbearers: Charles A. Wardner, Jim Morgan, Jim Stevenson, Edward Mitchell, Jim Stanford and Joe Stanford. Arrangements by Greenman Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"AMOS L. SHAW - Funeral services for Amos L. Shaw, 80, who died yesterday morning at his residence, 207 Verne street, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, the Rev. C. W Duke, pastor of the First Baptist church officiating. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Elmer V. and Raymond L. Shaw, and two granddaughters. Pallbearers will be W. W. Blount, M. M. Taylor, Prof. L. M. Hatton, sr., Judge O. K. Reaves, Elmer Webb, E. O. Stanford, D. H. Sumner and Samuel H. Harrison. Mr. Shaw was a member of Red Cross lodge, K. of P., and the First Baptist church." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"FORMER TAMPAN DIES - James W. Shelley, of Cleveland, formerly of Tampa, died in Cleveland Monday after a long illness, it was learned here yesterday. He is survived by his wife, children and grandchildren." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"VETERAN REPORTER DIES - JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 21. - (AP) - A. A. A. ("Ted") Silber, 64, a reporter on the Florida Times-Union here for more than 30 years, died in a hospital today after a stroke of paralysis. He was unmarried. His closest relatives are two cousins, Mrs. Marie J. Bueler and Sophie E. Siebers, both of Yonkers, N. Y. The body will be taken to Newark, N. J." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, October 22, 1929.
"SIMMONS, ROSE MARY CLARIECE - Funeral services for Rose Mary Clariece Simmons, 11-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Simmons, Jr., resident of 1201 Bermuda Ave., who passed away Sunday afternoon at a Tampa hospital, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Church of God, Buffalo Ave. and 10th St., the Rev. H. B. Ramsey, pastor, to officiate. Interment in Orange Hill Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammons Company Funeral Home." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, January 27, 1948.
"SHEROUSE, ALLEN L. - Funeral services for Mr. Allen L. Sherouse, 76, of 412 E. Morgan St., Brandon, will be held this morning at 10:00 A.M. at the Stowers Chapel with the Rev. Leo Lacy, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Brandon, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. Arrangements by Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 17, 1963, p. A2.
"HAROLD C. STANSFIELD - Harold C. Stansfield, 38, former Tampan, died Sunday at his home in Miami after a long illness. He was a member of the Harvey Seeds post, American Legion, a Mason and a Knight Templar. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. M. Stansfield, of Tampa, and a brother, William A. Stansfield, of Sanford." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, November 1, 1938, p. 2.
"MRS. DORA B. SCOTT - Mrs. Dora B. Scott, 80, who died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Callahan, 2102 Carolina avenue, Wednesday, was taken to Athens, Tenn., last night. A short service was held at the chapel of B. Marion Reed. Mrs. Scott is survived by a sister, Mrs. Annie B. Bushong, of Tampa, and a son, Ralph W. Scott, of Riceville, Tenn." Published in the Tampa Tribune, November 23, 1928, p. 2.
"SELLERS, MRS. BETTIE - Mrs. Bettie Sellers, 76, died Sunday at her home, 516 E. Rose Ave. She is survived by three sons, I. L. Sellers, Tampa; L. W. Sellers, Oklawaha, and D. L. Sellers, Mt. Dora, and a daughter, Mrs. Kate Smith, Oklawaha. Services will be held Monday at 11 o'clock at the Greenman home, the Rev. W. B. Davidson officiating. Burial in Orange Hill cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"SHIRLEY, MRS. ELLEN A. - Mrs. Ellen A. Shirley, 47, died Saturday at her home, 3504 28th ave. She is survived by her husband, Milford M. Shirley; her mother, Mrs. Sabra Griffin; four sons, Clifford M., Julius, Donald E., Charles E. Shirley; a daughter, Miss Betty G. Shirley and two sisters, Mrs. John Hays and Mrs. Levi Williams; three half brothers, John, Wallace and Ross Griffin. Services will be held Monday at 10 o'clock at the Belmont Heights Baptist church; Rev. J. E. Lewis officiating. Burial will be in Antioch cemetery." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Sunday, January 18, 1942, p. 1-4.
"CHARLES W. SHORTMAN - CLEARWATER (By Staff Writer) - Charles W. Shortman, 72, of 1424 Rose St., died yesterday at his home. He came here eight years ago from South Bend, Ind. He was a retired engineer for the Studebaker Corporation and attended the Methodist Church. He was a member of the Victoria Masonic Lodge, Sarina, Ontario, Canada, Mocha Temple Shrine, Loundon, Ontario. Survivors include his wife, Susie E. Shortman, Clearwater; one son, Philip Shortman, Toronto; one daughter, Mrs. James Gooley, Providence, R.I.; one sister, Mrs. Paul Weademan, Telsokey, Mich., and three grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 16, 1963, p. A2.
"SHAFER, MISS BLANCHE C. - Funeral services for Miss Blanche C. Shafer, who passed away Tuesday afternoon in a nursing home in Lakeland, will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the Stephenson Chapel in Sebring. The Rev. Gordon H. Strickland officiaitng. Interment will be in Wheeling, W. Va." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"SCHERER, EMORY K. - Funeral services for Emory K. Scherer, 86, resident of 603 S. Oregon Ave., who passed away Sunday in Bay Pines, Fla., will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home with Rev. Donald A. Denslow of the Christ Methodist Church, to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"JOHN W. SNYDER - WAUCHULA, Aug. 25. - (Special) - John W. Snyder, 74, died at his home three miles north of Wauchula yesterday. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Coker's chapel and burial will be in Wauchula cemetery. The Rev. Ryan Wood will conduct the services. Mr. Snyder was a native of Chicago and came here several years ago and operated a meat market for several years. His widow, Mrs. Marian L. Snyder, survives." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, August 26, 1934, p. 2.
"SMITH, MRS. LOUISE - Mrs. Louise Smith, age 76, of 1400 East Paris, passed away Tuesday morning in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home with The Rev. David E. Denslow, pastor of the Christ Methodist Church, and The Rev. Arthur Padgett, pastor of the Northeast Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"SHEPARD - Funeral services for Mr. Cesco Willard Shepard, age 79, Ret. Chief Warrant Officer U.S. Air Force, will be held Tuesday at 10 am. from the A. P. Boza Riverside Chapel, with Rev. Rapley Armstrong, Pastor West Hillsborough Baptist Church officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. CWO Shepard was a veteran of WW I, WW II and Korea and was the first recruiting NCO at MacDill Air Force Base. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Letha W. Shepard, two sisters, Mrs. Ada Lively and Miss Vergie Shepard and a granddaughter, Mrs. Sherry L. Collington and two great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Riverside Chapel Monday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, February 14, 1977, p. D7. Also, "SHEPARD - Full Military funeral services for Mr. Cesco W. Shepard, 79, Ret. Chief Warrant Officer U.S. Air Force, of 6806 N. Gunlock will be held today (Tuesday) at 10 a.m. from the A. P. Boza Riverside Chapel with Rev. Rapley Armstrong, Pastor West Hillsborough Baptist Church officiating. Interment with military honors will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. A veteran of WW I, WW II and Korea, CWO Shepard was the first recruiting N.C.O. at MacDill Air Force Base and is survived by his wife: Mrs. Letha W. Shepard; two sisters, Mrs. Ada Lively and Miss Vergie Shepard; a granddaughter: Mrs. Sherry L. Collington and two great-grandchildren. A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPELS 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, February 15, 1977, p. D7.
"RUTH SMITH, 83, of Tampa died Saturday. A native of Sasser, Ga., she had lived in Tampa for the past 52 years, and was retired from the Hillsborough County School Board. She is survived by her son, William A. of Tampa; one daughter, Elizabeth Rawls of Tampa; two brothers, Emmett Ward of Warner Robins, Ga., and John Ward of Brooklyn, N.Y.; eight grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, July 20, 1981, p. D7.
"MRS. BETTIE SELLERS - Mrs. Bettie Sellers, 76, of 516 East Ross avenue, died yesterday at the residence. She is survived by three sons, I. L. Sellers, of Tampa; L. W. Sellers, of Oklawaha, and D. L. Sellers, of Mount Dora, and a daughter, Mrs. Kate Smith, of Oklawaha." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"MRS. MATILDE SUAREZ - Funeral services for Mrs. Matilde Suarez, 57, were held yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the residence 1411 Ninth avenue. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Suarez is survived by one son, Arturo G. Loupps, and a daughter, Mrs. Isolina Garcia." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, September 17, 1927 p. 10.
"NANCY N. SNAVELY, 76, of Tampa died Thursday. A native of Lone Mountain, Tenn., she lived in the Bay area for 25 years. She was a member of the Church of Christ at Carrolwood. She is survived by three sons, Howard and James, both of Tampa and Robert of Arizona; four daughters, Edith Williams of Adrian, Mich., Doris Buker of Tampa, Dorothy Breeding of Rutledge, Tenn., and Lila Williams of Redington Beach; two brothers, Samuel Lynch and Warren Lynch, both of Greenville, Tenn.; one sister, Sarah Sampson of Tazewell, Tenn.; and 21 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"SILVER, YEOMAN 3C WILLIAM H. - Funeral services for Yeoman 3c William H. Silver, 23, U.S. Coast Guard, son of Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. W. E. Silver, resident of 3406 W. Louisiana, who passed away in London, England, will be conducted Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4730 N. Armenia Ave., with the Chaplain Carl Hewlett, U.S.A.F. Col. Ret., to officiate. Interment will follow in the Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Full Military Honors will be furnished by the U.S. Coast Guard of St. Petersburg, Fla." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"STINEMAN, MRS. MARY H. - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary H. Stineman, 54, of 2401 S. 77th St., Tampa, will be held this afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Stowers Chapel with Rev. Charles W. Rayburn officiating. Interment will follow in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL HOME, BRANDON." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"IRVING JACOB SHIRAH - Irving Jacob Shirah, 85, 709 North A St., died Thursday. A native of Moultrie, Ga., he lived in Tampa for 43 years and was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Nellie Evelyn Sullivan, Doerun, Ga., and sisters, Mrs. Lilla Tucker, Blountstown, Ga., Miss Nora Shirah, Tallahassee, and Mrs. Frances Dayson, Montgomery, Ala." Also, funeral notice: "SHIRAH, IRVING JACOB - Funeral services for Mr. Irving Jacob Shirah, 85, of 709 North A St., will be held at 4:00 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Culbreath Chapel of the First Baptist Church. The Reverend Billy Barber, Pastor, will officiate. Final services and interment will follow in Moultrie, Ga. Sunday under the direction of the Henderson Funeral Home. CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605 S. MacDill Ave., is in charge of local arrangements." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"FRANCES STEINDL, 67, of Toledo, Ohio. A native of Germany, she had lived in Toledo many years. She was a homemaker and a member of Little Flower Catholic Church, Toledo, Ohio. She is survived by her husband, Walter; one son, Helmut "Joe" Haberl of Apollo Beach; one brother, Max Haberl of Germany; three sisters, Finny Gerl, Bertha Riesinger and Maria Haberl, all of Germany; and two grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW).
"MRS. LENA SABIN, 69, resident of Rt. 1 Box 303C, died yesterday morning at her home. A native of Tioga, Pa., she had lived in Tampa for five years. Survivors include her husband, Elmer E. Sabin, Tampa; and a sister, Mrs. Mildred Cook, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.
"SHEPARD - TAMPA - Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah E. Shepard, 75, of 6704 N. Himes Ave., who passed away Monday, will be held Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home Chapel, Plant Ave. at Platt St. The Rev. E. Jay Halter, pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church, will officiate. Survivors include her husband, Cesco W. Shepard, Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. W. F. Giles, San Antonio, Tex., Mrs. J. M. Ralston and Mrs. Sherry Roche, both of Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Mary Heinbaugh, Altoona, Pa.; and four grandchildren. A native of Altoona, Pa. She had been a resident of Tampa since 1924. Mrs. Shepard was a Methodist and a member of Harmony Chapter No. 148 Order of Eastern Star. B. MARION REED FUNERAL HOME, 258 Plant Ave." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, October 18, 1972, p. D11.
"HERMAN L. SPENCE - Herman L. Spence, 50, 11106 Dixon, died yesterday. A native of Wrightsville, Ga., he had lived in Tampa 30 years. He was a member of the Jackson Heights Baptist Church and was a transport driver for the Imperial Oil Company for seven years. He is survived by his widow, Loyette Spence; two sons, Larry Spence, Lutz, Eddie Spence, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, Riverview, Mrs. Carolyn Jane Volz, Fort Benning, Ga.; his mother, Mrs. Clara Jane Grooms, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Lois McCans, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"SISSON, MRS. LULA - Mrs. Lula Sisson, 68, of 2106 Tampa St., died Monday. She is survived by her husband, George Sisson. Services will be held Tuesday at 10 o'clock at the Greenman home. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 30, 1941.
"SLAWSON - Claude L. Slawson, aged thirty years, of Palmetto, died yesterday at the Gordon Keller Memorial hospital. The cause of his death was tuberculosis, and he had been ill in this city for some time, coming to Florida from Battle Creek, Mich. His mother lives at Battle Creek, Mich., and has been notified of his death. The remains were turned over to Undertaker Cone, and will be held pending word as to the funeral arrangements." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, February 15, 1913.
"MRS. EULA SMITH - Mrs. Eula Y. Smith, 70, of 212 W. Elm St., died yesterday morning at a local hospital. Mrs. Smith was a native of Florida and for the last 52 years made Tampa her home. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Arvel Mynatt, Tampa, Mrs. Lurline Schneider, Babylon, N.Y., Mrs. Doris Rogers, Monte Bella, Calif., and Mrs. Shirley Brown, Toronto, Italy; three sons, Willard H. Smith, Jr., Bel Air Bowie, Md., M. Wayne Smith, Orlando, and Capt. Alton M. Smith, Fort Walton Beach; two sisters, Mrs. Maude Laurance, Tampa, and Mrs. Thelma J. Niles, Largo, and 16 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"SUE M. SMITH - TARPON SPRINGS, Dec. 22. - (Special) - Sue M. Smith, 79, of Anclote, died last night at the Tarpon Springs hospital after a long illness." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"Mrs. Anna Bella Smith, 77, of 915 25th Ave., died last night in a Tampa hospital. Besides her husband, Ernest Smith, Tampa, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Dene S. Roberson, Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs. Mary Parker, Dowagic, Mich.; one brother, George W. Collis, Detroit, and three grandsons. Mrs. Smith had resided in Tampa 40 years. She was a native of Ermosa County, Ontario, Canada." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951. - Also, funeral notice: "SMITH, MRS. ANNA BELLA - Mrs. Anna Bella Smith, 77, of 915 25th Ave., passed away in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the chapel of F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, wiht Dr. M. J. Berquist, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. Pallbearers will be Paul H. Duke, Joe B. Klay, Charles Friend, G. C. Scott, Sr., G. C. Scott, Jr., and J. A. Anderson. She is survived by her husband, Ernest Smith, of Tampa; a daughter, mrs, Dene S. Roberson, of Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs. Mary Parker, of Plymouth, Mich.; two brothers, George W. Collis, of Detroit, and D. J. Collis of Paris, Ontario, Canada, and three grandsons." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 5, 1951 and June 6, 1951
"SOUTHWORTH - The remains of W. S. Southworth, who died Tuesday night at a local hospital, will be shipped tonight to his home in Lowell, Mass., under the direction of Undertaker J. L. Reed. The deceased was a retired cotton mill man and on his way to Tampa contracted pneumonia." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 13, 1919.
"William Henry Speed, of Bradenton, died Friday at a hospital. The body was sent to Columbus, Ga., yesterday. Besides his widow, he is survived by two nieces." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 20, 1929.
"MARCUS C. STALEY - Marcus C. Staley, 78, of 5202 Grand Central Ave., died Thursday in a local hospital. He was a native of Georgia and had been a resident of Tampa for 60 years. Mr. Staley was a retired nurseryman and a member of the Trinity Methodist Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Eula M. Staley, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Platt, Long Island, N. Y.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. W. J. Oatley, Tampa; five grandchildren; a brother, G. H. Staley, Jacksonville, and five sisters." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, June 26, 1959.
"SANDLER - The remains of Rev. Erick Sandler of Minneapolis, Minn., who died here Tuesday after a lingering illness, will be shipped to Chicago tonight under the directions of Undertaker B. Marion Reed. The body will be accompanied by C. F. Wahlburg of Silver Hill, Ala., a close friend of the deceased, who reached here yesterday." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, February 15, 1918.
"MRS. JESSIE J. SUGGS - Mrs. Jessie J. Suggs, 90, 509 E. Clay St., Brandon, died Tuesday. She had lived in the area all her life. She was a member of the Branchton Baptist Church. She is survived by one brother, Harris M. Branch, Branchton; two sisters, Mrs. Marie Benjamin, Tampa, and Mrs. Sadie Fernandez, Branchton." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"SEALEY, EARL RAINEY - Mr. Earl Rainey Sealey, age 55, of 1810 West Waters, passed away Sunday in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 A. M. from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home with The Rev. William Obaugh of the Lake Magdalene Evangelical United Brethren Church officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Active pallbearers will be Neel Yent, Edmund B. Quinby, Virgil Higginbotham, Bill Higginbotham, Miller McLeod and Clayton Davis; honorary pallbearers will be Curtis Hixon, James Handley, Judge Larry Grayson, Bradley Odom, Blaine Brinson, Gabe Albritton, Vincent Gray, Troy Brown, Shang Edwards, Paul Kicklighter, Carlton Johnson, Crockett Farnell, Glenn Prine, Emmett Addy, Buddy Copps, Hon. Fuller Warren, Elbert Moore, Elsworth Simmons, C. Leon King, Jim Coarsey, Jesse Damren, Bill Collier, Ben Dahlberg, Harold Jordan, Edison Barnett and Chick Beaver. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jacqueline Sealey of Tampa; a son, Peter Sealey of Tampa; his father, L. Rich Sealey of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. G. A. Prine of Tampa and Mrs. D. T. Murphy of North Carolina." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 14, 1954, p. 2.
"DR. JESSE AHMED STRICKLAND - ST. PETERSBURG, March 15. - (A.P.) - Dr. Jesse Ahmed Strickland, 60, prominent local physician and former president of the Pinellas County Medical association, died here last night at his residence. Dr. Stirckland, who was once chief of staff at Mound Park hospital here, had practiced at Zebulon, N. C., and Norfolk, Va., where he owned and operated his own private hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"MRS. EDNA STOCKS - ST. PETERSBURG BEACH (Special) - Mrs. Edna E. Stocks, 103 45th Ave., died Sunday in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was the widow of the late Henderson Stocks, moving here eight years ago from Tuscaloosa, Ala. She was a member of St. Albans Episcopal Church. She is survived by a son, Landon C. Stocks, Cincinnati." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, June 19, 1962, p. 2-A.
"WILLIAM H. STREETER - William H. Streeter, 89, died yesterday at the Old Peoples' home. Funeral services will be held from the J. L. Reed & Son funeral home this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with the Elks in charge of the service. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Mr. Streeter is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Etta Barrett, Bennington, Vt., Mrs. George Hollen, Pittsfield, Mass., and Mrs. Hattie Gorden, Albany, N. Y., and his wife, Mrs. Mary E. Streeter, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 22, 1932, p. 2.
"STACKHOUSE, MRS. RUSSELL C. - Funeral services for Mrs. Russell C. Stackhouse, Avon Park murder victim, will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Steverson Funeral Chapel, Avon Park. Proceeding at 11 o'clock this morning will be memorial services for her at Beulah Baptist Church (Lebro). In Avon Park Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the old Providence Baptist Church at Lake Butler final funeral services will be held. Burial will be in Lake Butler, her birthplace." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1953, p. A2.

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"TURNBULL, Thelma Nancy, of Sebring died Friday. She was a native of Georgia and an area resident 48 years. Dowden Funeral Home, Sebring." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"TALLEY - BOWLING GREEN - Funeral services for Sydney Talley, 99, widow of John Talley will be Saturday at 2:00 P.M. at Paynes Creek Primitive Baptist Church with burial in Paynes Creek Cemetery. Survivors are 5 daughters, Anna Mae Grice & Alice Mitchell both of Bowling Green, Estelle Dunn of Columbus, GA, Myrtle Bass and Rosa Lee Judah both of Bowling Green; her daughter-in-law Florence Talley of Avon Park; 3 sisters, Georgia Lanier and Addie Mixon both of Okeechobee and Mary Sanders of Frostproof, 26 grandchildren, 52 great-grandchildren and 20 great-great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at home. CURRY RALEY" Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 20, 1992, p. 7 (Florida/Metro)
"TAYLOR - WINTER HAVEN - Mr. Hugh Vernon Taylor, 52, of 1106 N. Lake Howard Dr., Winter Haven, died Jan. 8, after driving accident. A native of Lakeland, he lived in Polk County all of his life. President and owner of Sadler-Taylor Co., Inc., member of the First Baptist Church, Winter Haven, Elks Lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, both of Winter Haven; veteran of U.S. Coast Guard, World War II. He is survived by his wife, Jeanie Taylor, Winter Haven, 1 daughter, Cheryl Bostwick, Winter Haven, 1 son, Hugh V. Taylor, Jr., his mother, Mary E. Taylor, of Enigma, GA, a sister, Mrs. Dorris Curtis, of Auburndale, FL, a brother, Bobbie G. Taylor, Winter Haven, and 3 grandchildren. Graveside funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Lakeside Memorial Park, registration 7-9 p.m. Tuesday of Ott-Laughlin Chapel, Winter Haven. In lieu of flowers, those so desiring may send memorials to the Cancer Fund of the Winter Haven Hospital. OTT-LAUGHLIN FUNERAL HOME WINTER HAVEN" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"TAM, Agnes W., 55, of Homosassa died Thursday. Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"THOMPSON, ROBERT - Funeral services for Robert Thompson will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Warren Funeral Chapel, Sebring. The Rev. Harrison Crews will officiate. The remains will be shipped Wednesday to the Dawson Funeral Home, East Liverpool, Ohio." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"TORRES - Funeral services for Mrs. Micaelina S. Torres, 79, of 914 E. Knollwood, will be conducted at 10 a.m. this morning from the chapel of Jennings Funeral Home with Father Patrick Hendron of St. Lawrence Catholic Church officiating. Mrs. Torres is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Maria Dedmon, Tampa, Mrs. Blanca Segura, Colombia S.A., 3 brothers; Juan B. Santos, Boston, Jenus A. Santos, S.A., 2 sisters, Anna Miranda and Susanna Santos, both of Colombia, S.A., and 5 grandchildren. Jennings Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 8, 1977, p. D7.
"JAMES P. THOMPSON - ARCADIA, July 3. - (Special) - James P. Thompson, 57, of Fort Ogden, died Friday at the Veterans Administration Hospital at Bay Pines. He was born at Walterburg, S. C. and had lived at Fort Ogden for 19 years. He was an engineer for the Seaboard Air Line Railway at Hull. Besides his widow, Mrs. Florence Thompson, he is survived by a brother, Charlie Thompson, at Lacoochee, and a sister, Mrs. Bennie McKendrick, of Dade City." Published in the Tampa Tribune, September 4, 1948, p. A4.
"MRS. J. A. TURNER - SPARTANBURG, S. C., June 5. - (A.P.) - Mrs. J. A. Turner, 64, sister of Max Farmer of Plant City, Fla. and of M. J. Farmer, Hot Springs, Ark., died at her home here last night. She formerly lived in Plant City." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 6, 1934, p. 2.
"TATUM - PLANT CITY - Funeral services for Mr. Paul Tatum, 73, a resident of Plant City anf the Knights Station Community for the past 60 years who passed away Friday, will be held Saturday at 4:00 p.m. at the Knight Baptist Church, with Reverend Bob Reaves officiating. Interment in Oaklawn Cemetery. He was a member of the Knights Baptist Church, the Plant City Hunt Club and a retired Railway Express Agent. Gentlemen selected to serve as pallbearers and honorary pallbearers will please meet at the church t 3:45 p.m. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Hazel Tatum, Plant City; a son, Mr. Lonnie Tatum, NPR; sisters, Mrs. Mary Fortner and Mrs. Bertha Geiger, both of Plant City. Two grandchildren. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart Fund Association. Arrangements by: WELLS COLONIAL CHAPEL PLANT CITY, FLORIDA" Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"TYSON, LEE BRYAN - Funeral services for Lee Bryan Tyson, 97, of Orlando and Bartow, who passed away Tuesday morning in an Orlando hospital, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Whidden Funeral Home Chapel in Bartow. Interment will follow in the Gandy Cemetery near Connersville. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary A. Tyson, of Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Marie Bell and Mrs. Edwin Webb, both of Tampa; one son, William C. Tyson, U. S. Navy; three brothers, Richard F. and David H. Tyson, both of Bartow, also Aaron E. Tyson, of Lake Hamilton; one sister, Mrs. J. F. Taylor, Lake Hamilton; four grandchildren. Whidden Funeral Home, Bartow, in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"MRS. KATE TRAVERS - Mrs. Kate Travers, 91, of 5339 Memorial Highway, a resident of Tampa for many years, died early Friday morning at a Tampa hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 15, 1962, p. A8.
"Mrs. Thompson, Resident Of Tampa 37 Years, Dead - Mrs. Mary Matilda Coe Thompson, 87, of 1907 Bristol avenue, a resident of Tampa for 37 years, died yesterday at her residence. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. R. M. Prince and Mrs. Leo Elliott, jr.; three granchildren, Mrs. Edwin Wallace, Mrs. Bruce Hamilton and Leo Elliott, three great-grandchildren, Mary Coe Wallace, Richard Wallace and Janice Coe Hamilton and a niece, Miss Virginia Coe Wood. Funeral arrangements will be completed today." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Wednesday, June 6, 1939, p. 2.
"THOMAS, THE REV. JOHN - The Rev. John Thomas, 72, of 4611 Lumb avenue, died Friday at a hospital. Services will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Palma Ceia Presbyterian church. The body will lie in state at the church from 2:30 p. m. until the hour of service. The Rev. Samuel P. Bowles, pastor; the Rev. A. A. Smith, pastor of Gospel Tabernacle; the Rev. Z. T. Johnson, president Asbury college; the Rev. H. H. Waller, pastor of Hyde Park Methodist church, and the Rev. C. A. Condon, pastor First Church of the Nazarene will officiate with interment in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers are Fred S. Abraham, Russell S. Bogue, J. E. Yates, A. B. Sheppard, Rev. A. A. Smith and Rev. H. H. Waller. Arrangements by B. Marion Reed." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, September 23, 1940, p. 2.
"TIERS, William J., 62, of Brooksville, died Tuesday. Duval Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Thursday, July 12, 1984, p. B11.
"TILLEY, Ora P., 78, of Zephyrhills died Tuesday. Lair-Kelly Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, July 11, 1980, p. 7-D.
"LEROY EDWARD TOURTELLOTTE - LeRoy Edward Tourtellotte, 68, of Limona, died at Bay Pines yesterday. A native of Connecticut, he had resided in this county for 40 years and was a citrus grower. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice Tourtellotte of Limona; a brother, Harry Tourtellotte of Brandon; two nephews, Raymond Tourtellotte and Jerome Tourtellotte of Putnam, Conn." Also, funeral notice: "TOURTELLOTTE, MR. LEROY EDWARD - Funeral services for Mr. LeRoy Edward Tourtellotte, 68, of Limona, who passed away in Bay Pines yesterday, will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from graveside in Limona Cemetery with Brandon Masonic Lodge No. 147, F. & A. M., in charge of services. Mr. Tourtellotte is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice Tourtellotte of Limona; one brother, Harry Tourtellotte of Brandon, two nephews, Raymond Tourtellotte and Jerome Tourtellotte of Putnam, Conn. Arrangement in charge of F. T. Blount." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"MRS. ALICE TOURTELLOTTE - Mrs. Alice Derr Tourtellotte, 72, of Limona, died yesterday morning in a local hospital. A native of Port Jervis, N.Y., she had resided in Hillsborough County for 45 years. Mrs. Tourtellotte is survived by one brother, E. K. Derr, Panama Canal Zone; two sisters, Miss Pearl L. Derr, Brandon, and Mrs. Virginia Derr Gould, Limona; one niece, Mrs. Carole Garcia, and one nephew, Kay R. Derr, both of Brandon." Also, funeral notice: "TOURTELLOTTE, MRS. ALICE DERR - Mrs. Alice Derr Tourtellotte, age 72, of Limona, passed away Tuesday morning in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home. Interment will be in Limona Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"TOURTELLOTTE, HARRY - Harry Tourtellotte, 72, of Brandon passed away Saturday morning in Bay Pines Hospital. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home with Rev. Tom Broomall, pastor of the Brandon Baptist Church officiating assisted by Rev. C. E. Rodgers of the Palm Ave. Baptist Church. Pallbearers will be Clark Fontaine, Albert Brooker, Robert Summerall, Joe Stevenson, Charles Stevenson and Ralph King. Interment will be in Limona Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), October 20, 1958, p. 2.
"MRS. KATE TRAVERS - Mrs. Kate Travers, 91, of 5339 Memorial Highway, a resident of Tampa for many years, died early, Friday morning at a Tampa hospital." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 15, 1962, p. A8.
"TRAVERS, MRS. KATE - Funeral services for Mrs. Kate Travers, 91, of 5339 Memorial Highway, will be held this morning at ten o'clock from the chapel of J. L. Reed & Son, Bayshore & Plant Avenue. Interment will follow at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 16, 1962, p. A2.
"TAYLOR, Winona M., 83, of Otto, N.C., and winter resident of Plant City, died Tuesday. F.T. Blount Co." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 16, 1993, p. 5.
"MRS. JANIE M. THORPE - Mrs. Janie M. Thorpe, 62 years, died at her home at Wimauma yesterday morning. Survivors include her husband, D. G. Thorpe, and three sons, Hollis G. Thorpe, of Gainesville; McDonald Thorpe, of Wimauma, and Courtney Thorpe, of army; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth T. Ramsey and Mrs. Janie T. Moore, of Wimauma; two brothers, R. L. Thompson and J. H. Thompson, of Tampa, and 10 grandchilren." Also, funeral notice: "THORPE, MRS. JANIE M. - Funeral services for Mrs. Janie M. Thorpe, 62, resident of Wimauma, who died Sunday morning at her home, will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the First Baptist church of Wimauma with interment in Fellowship cemetery. Pallbearers, M. P. Matheson, Roscoe Atkins, N. G. Smith, Jesse Alderman, R. Elsberry, A. A. Wadsworth. Arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon company funeral home." Both published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"MRS. ANNIE TAYLOR - FORT MYERS, May 6. - (Special) - Mrs. Annie Taylor, wife of Ashley Taylor, died here at her home. Other survivors are her mother, Mrs. W. W. Walker, a sister, Mrs. Lizzie Kirkland, four brothers, Fulton Walker, O. R. Walker, Melvin Walker and George Walker, all of Fort Myers." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, May 7, 1935, p. 2.
"TIERNEY, LAWRENCE E. - Funeral services for Lawrence E. Tierney, 38, will be held from the funeral home of B. Marion Reed this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Father L. I. Sonat, of the Sacred Heart church will officiate. The American Legion will conduct the services at the grave in the American Legion cemetery. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Anna C. Tierney, of Syracuse, N. Y." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), August 13, 1936, p. 2.
"ELMER TUCKER - Elmer Tucker, 62, of 909 East Seward, died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Pasco County, he had resided in Tampa for most of his life. He was of the Baptist faith. He is survived by one brother, Howard H. Tucker, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, June 14, 1968, p. A19.
"JOHN D. TEBBE - BRADENTON, Oct. 7. - (Special) - John D. Tebbe, 60, died today at his home on Thirty-seventh street. He came to this county in 1900 from Ansterdam, Holland. He had no relatives in this country. Brief rites were held at 4 o'clock this afternoon and interment was in the Palmetto cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, October 8, 1930, p. 2.
"ROBERT E. THACHER - Funeral services for Robert E. Thacher, who died Friday, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the J. L. Reed & Son funeral home. The Rev. Willis G. Clark, acting chaplain for the Elks Lodge, will officiate. The body will be sent to Chattanooga for burial. Active pallbearers will be Jugh Wilkey, J. L. Turner, Robert O'Neal, Otto Anderson, A. L. Hagadorn, M. A. Hixon, John W. Browning, and honorary pallbearers, W. A. Reed, W. L. Patrick, C. H. Layton, Dr. Burdette Smith, Granville C. Brown, I. H. McLaughlin, Joe Elkins, H. M. Lott, Dr. Charles Light, F. H. Caldwell, W. C. Spencer, J. C. Beard, Norman Bie, James Anderson, Daniel L. Miller. Andrew Iglesias and Charles Sweat." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, March 2, 1931, p. 2.
"MISS MARJORIE S. TOMKINSON - Miss Marjorie S. Tomkinson, of Geneseo, N. Y., died Friday morning at a hospital. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Tomkinson; a sister, Mrs. R. A. Phraner, and a nephew, Albee Phraner, of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 27, 1937, p. 2.
"TISDALE - Funeral services over the body of Dr. M. L. Tisdale, who died Friday morning, will be held at 10:30 o'clock this forenoon from the parlors of M. Marion Reed. Rev. T. J. Nixon officiating. The body will be shipped to Mobile, Ala., for interment. The doctor, besides being a membe of the Hillsborough County Medical Society, was a member of the W. O. W., Columbia Woodmen and the Elks, representativese of which organizations will attend the funeral." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, July 25, 1920.
"THOMAS CUNNINGHAM - The body of Thomas Cunningham, 77, of Boston, who died in a hospital here Tuesday night, was sent yesterday to Boston, where funeral services and burial will take place." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 29, 1932, p. 2.
"MRS. MARY D. TAYLOR - DADE CITY, Special - Mrs. Mary Davis Taylor, 74, died here early yesterday. A native of Jefferson County, Pa., she moved from St. Petersburg to Dade City two months ago. She was a retired apartment house manager and a member of the Mount Washington Baptist Church of Pittsburgh, Pa. Survivors include three brothers: J. H. Davis, Dade City, Arthur H. Davis, Los Angeles, Calif., and Albert R. Davis, Pittsburgh; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Tost, Reynoldsville, Pa., Mrs. Ellizabeth Jane Grundy, Glen Rock, N. J., and Mrs. Martin McVay, Pittsburgh." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, June 19, 1962, p. 2-A.
"WILLIAM TROTTER - LAKELAND, Oct. 10. - (Special) - William Trotter, 72, died Saturday at his home here." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"TIMMONS, MRS. FANNIE - Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Timmons of Wauchula will be held on Monday, July 1, at 3:00 P.M. at Northside Baptist Church, North Eight Ave. Burial will be in Wauchula Cemetery under the direction of Coker's Funeral Home of Wauchula." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"TYSON, LORY A. SR. - Funeral services for Mr. Lory A. Tyson Sr., 59, of Rural Plant City will be held at 10 A.M. Monday, from the Sharon Baptist Purity Church with Rev. Luther B. Keene, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Enon Cemetery with Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City, directing." Published in The Tampa Sunday, June 30, 1968, p. A15.
"TRACY, ELGIN C. - Funeral services for Mr. Elgin C. Tracy, aged 40, who passed away in a St. Petersburg hospital Friday night will be held at the Draper Funeral Home Chapel at 10 A. M. Monday, Dec. 13, with The Rev. Kenneth Hawkins of Tampa officiating. Burial will be in the Oak Lawn Cemetery at Plant City. Draper Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"TRIBUS, ELY - Funeral services for Mr. Ely Tribus, 75, of 2929 Laurel St., will be held in Dayton, Ohio, with burial in Riverview Cemetery. His remains will be shipped Monday evening by the A. P. Boza Funeral Home. Mr. Tribus was a retired Chrysler Corp. employe, and is survived by a sister, Mrs. Clotilde Abeles, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"TRUSSELL, Hobart H., 73, of Tampa. Jennings Funeral Home, Tampa." Also: "TRUSSELL - Funeral services for Mr. Hobart H. Trussell, age 73, of 8509 9th St., will be held Wenesday at 3 p.m. from the Chapel of Jennings Funeral Home with Rev. D. S. Smith officiating. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Survivors include: 2 daughters, Mrs. Edith Owens, and Mrs. Virginia Deese both of Tampa, 4 sisters, 2 brothers, 9 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Friends may visit this evening 7 until 9:00 p.m. at the Jennings Funeral Home." Both published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"TROUTMAN, MRS. EMMA ETHEL - Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Ethel Troutman, 51, resident of 3705 East DeLeuil, who passed away Thursday at a Tampa hospital, will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, the Rev. Harold Warner of the Palm Ave. Baptist Church to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers: Pat L. Troutman, J. E. Jones, Dean Kirby, W. L. Copeland, J. S. Wray and R. E. Sharpe. Honorary pallbearers, Joe Mangione, John F. Durack, Frank Pitisci, Tom Dunlap, Sexton Valenti, J. C. Strickland, Harry Keene, Tony Valenti, J. C. Valenti, Nelson Valenti, C. L. Thomasson, Lloyd Buckner, Redden Baird, Steve Baird, C. J. Banke, Willie Bates, Howard Parker and Joe Varesko." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"CHESTER L. TAYLOR - SEMINOLE (Special) - Chester L. Taylor, 72, of 5648 Tangelo Road, died Thursday in a St. Petersburg hospital. A native of Chetopa, Kan., he came here a year ago from Detroit, Mich. He was a retired metallurgist and was a member of Seminole Methodist Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Marie Taylor; two sons, Larry Taylor, Livonia, Mich.; Ronald Taylor, Detroit; a daughter, Mrs. Sharon Waldron, Detroit, and two sisters, Mrs. Esther Pysher, Bremerton, Wash., and Mrs. Lillie Endsley, Wellington, Kan." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"HARRY TOURTELLOTTE - Harry Tourtellotte, 72, of Brandon, died yesterday in Bay Pines Hospital. he was a native of Putnam, Conn., and had lived in Hillsborough County for 32 years. A veteran of World War I, Mr. Tourtellotte was in Company K. of the 28th Infantry, one of the first units to land in France. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ollie Tourtellotte, Brandon; a step-son, Gray Martin, Brandon; two nephews, Raymond Tourtellotte and Jerome Tourtellotte, Putnam, Conn." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 19, 1958, p. A10.
"MRS. ELIZABETH TUCKER - Mrs. Elizabeth Tucker, 93, died at her home on Memorial Highway yesterday. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Eula Mote, and Mrs. LeRoy Mote, of Tampa; and five sons, Melvin Tucker, of Tampa; Alvin Tucker, St. Petersburg; Austin M. Tucker, Frostproof; Elliott Tucker, Winter Garden, and W. H. Tucker, Tallahassee. Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, from the Greenman-Company home, the Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, officiating. Burial will be at Richland." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 14, 1929.
"MRS. HENRIETTA W. TELFORD - Funeral services for Mrs. Henrietta W. Telford, 41, of 105 West Gladys street, who died Friday, were held yesterday from the funeral home of F. T. Blount with Dr. J. C. Tims, of the First Presbyterian church, conducting the service. Interment was in Orange Hill cemetery. Pallbearers were N. F. Place, F. J. Blackburn, Frank P. Townsend, Judge E. B. Drumright, J. S. Mims and L. H. Hill." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, July 22, 1930.
"TOMPKINS, JAMES A. - Funeral services for Mr. James A. Tompkins, 68, of Sumterville, who died early Tuesday morning at his home, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the Sumterville Baptist Church with the Rev. A. L. Fleury officiating. Entombment will follow in Center Hill Mausoleum. Page-Theus Funeral Home, Leesburg, is in charge." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), May 4, 1960, p. 2.
"INSURANCE MAN DIES - NEW YORK, Sept. 5. - (A.P.) - Gage E. Tarbell, senior partner of the Equitable Life Assurance society and one of the outstanding life insurance figures of the last century, died at the French hospital today. He was 80." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 6, 1936.
"TYNER, BASIAL ASHLEY (KING TUT) - Funeral services will be held for Mr. Basial Ashley (King Tut) Tyner, age 63, of Nocatee, Fla., Thursday, August 27, 1970 at 2 P.M. from the Robarts-Grady Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Walter T. Cross officiating. Interment will follow at Fort Ogden Cemetery. Robarts-Grady Funeral Home, Arcadia, in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"MRS. EMILY RICHMOND TRACY - CLEARWATER, April 6 - (Special) - Mrs. Emily Richmond Tracy, 74, died today at her home, 310 Sunburst Court. She was a member of the Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church, and the Clearwater Women's Club. She is survived by her husband, Anson R. Tracy." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 7, 1960, p. A4.
"THOMSON, MRS. ALIEF - Funeral services for Mrs. Alief Thomson, who passed away Friday at her home in Fort Meade, will be conducted at Evergreen cemetery in Fort Meade Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, with the Rev. R. T. Pepper, officiating. Coker's Funeral Home, Wauchula, has charge of the arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 11, 1941.
"MRS. FANNIE TINLEY - Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Tinley, 66, who died Sunday night at the home of her niece, Mrs. James Stonham, of 806 Orient street, will be conducted this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the funeral home of F. T. Blount by Dr. George H. Crutcher, of the Riverside Baptist Church. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Pallbearers will be T. G. Allen, L. S. Tindale, B. D. Tindale, E. M. Stonham, W. B. McClure and A. W. Whilden." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 4, 1934.
"PAUL J. TORRES - Funeral services for Paul J. Torres, who died Saturday, were held from the home, 2207 Nebraska avenue, yesterday with the Rev. A. L. Wagner officiating. Burial was in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 31, 1931, p. 2.
"HARRY E. THORNGRAN - PLANT CITY, Oct. 18. (Special) - Harry Eugene Thorngran, 67, of Plant City, died yesterday in a Plant City hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ruth A. Thorngran, of Plant City; a brother, William E. Thorngran, of Plant City and a stepdaughter, Mrs. B. H. Holmes, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 19, 1958, p. A10.
"ALFREDO TORRES - Alfredo Torres, 73, of 2508 13th St., died yesterday morning at a local hospital. A native of Key West he had lived in Tampa 60 years and is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Carmela Lopez; two sons, Alfredo and Manuel Torres; a sister, Mrs. Esperanza Rodriguez, 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Circulo Cubano." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, April 29, 1963.
"TOWERY - ZOLFO SPRINGS - Lloyd C. Towery, 80, a resident of Zolfo Springs for the past 14 years died Tuesday night. He came here from Conway, Kentucky where he was postmaster for 22 years. Survivors are his widow Myrtie Towery; three sons and four daughters and several step-sons and step-daughters. Funeral services will be Saturday at Wray Funeral Home, Berea, Kentucky." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"TUCKER, MRS. JOSEPHINE EMMER - Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Emmer Tucker, 81, a resident of Homeland for the past 13 years, who passed away Sunday night, will be held Tuesday at 3 P. M. from the Homeland Baptist Church, with Th Elder R. T. Pepper and The Rev. Steve Simmons and The Rev. Austin McElroy, the pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in the Homeland Cemetery. Survivors are one son, W. Z. Tucker, of Homeland; one daughter, Mrs. Carrie Gay, of Tampa; one sister, Miss Viola Mashburn, of Vidalia, Ga.; 15 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Whidden Funeral Home, Bartow, in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 14, 1954, p. 2.
"TUCKER - Mr. Tommy Tucker, 18, of 806 1/2 East Paris Street, Tampa, passed away Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Chapel of the G. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. William J. Adams, Pastor of the Northside Alliance Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be Matt Michalak, Bob Blair, Phillip Darling, David Davenport, Bill Adams and Kenneth Tucker. Inerment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. He was a resident and lifetime resident of the Tampa Bay Area. Survivors include his father, Andrew D. Tucker, mother, Mrs. Mary Lou Lamb, both of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. DeeAnn Trabert, West Memphis, Arkansas, Mrs. Renee Decker, Tampa and Paternal grandmother, Mrs. Jessie M. Tucker, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, February 8, 1973.
"THOMPSON - Capt. J. T. Thompson, aged seventy years, died suddenly yesterday morning at 6 o'clock at Key West, according to word reaching the city yesterday. Capt. Thompson was well known in this city as well as at the different ports in this section. He has followed the sea practically all his life and had many friends. The deceased was one of the earlier settlers in this city, coming here about thirty-five years ago. He was last in the city about three weeks ago and seemed to be enjoying the best of health. He leaves his wife, two sons and four daughters. The children are as follows: Eugene Thompson, Leanard Thompson, Mrs. Josephine Slick, Mrs. Carrie Armour, Mrs. Delphonis Price and Miss Ida Thompson, all of this city. The body is expected to reach here this noon on the boat from Key West and will be turned over to Undertaker F. T. Blount for burial. Funeral announcement will be made later." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 28, 1917, p. 5.
"Mrs. Irene Frances Turner, 35, of 803 W. Kentucky Ave., died Friday night at a Tampa hospital. She is survived by her husband, Hoke Smith Turner of Tampa; her mother, Mrs. Frances Ferrotti of Pittsburg, Penn.; two brothers, Joe Ferretti of Pittsburg, Penn., and Paul Ferretti, of Chicago." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, June 6, 1951.
"MRS. MARIA THRESH - GAINESVILLE, Dec. 22. - (Special) - Mrs. Maria Thresh, 82, a native of England, died at her home here today." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, December 23, 1950.
"TATOM, BENJAMIN BLITCH - Funeral services for Benjamin Blitch Tatom, 62, a resident of Balm for 20 years, who died Thursday at his home, will be Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Alafia Baptist church, the Rev. Sutton and the Rev. Evans officiating. Interment in Hurrah Cemetery. Pallbearers: Brenton F. Tatom, Reginald F. Tatom, Adger R. Tatom, Doyle C. Tatom, W. E. Jameson and Angelo Burnett." From Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 28, 1944.
"MRS. TALIAFERRO WIDOW OF BANK FOUDNER, DIES - Was Member of Prominent Tampa Family - Mrs. Stella Morrison Taliaferro, widow of Thomas Carson Taliaferro, founder and for many years president of the First National Bank of Tampa, passed away quietly at St. Joseph's hospital yesterday morning at 4:30 o'clock after an illness of several months. Mrs. Taliaferro was the daughter of William A. and Elizabeth Hinton Morrison, and came to Florida from Mobile, Ala., with her parents when an infant. She and Mr. Taliaferro were married in 1890 in Tampa, where she had lived since childhood. During her long life in the community she took a great, though quiet, interest in its welfare and her generous and kindly efforts were not known even by her most intimate friends. Lived With Family After the death of her husband in 1928, she lived quietly at the family home on Hyde Park avenue, with the homes of two sons and a daughter in the same block. Mrs. Taliaferro is survived by three sons, E. P., William M., and T. C. Taliaferro, jr., all of Tampa, and two daughters, Mrs. Martin B. Withers of Tampa, and Mrs. Andres Iglesias, of Philadelphia, who returned there 10 days ago after a visit here and who arrived here yesterday. Funeral Today Funeral services will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at St. Andrew's Episcopal church, with burial in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Active pallbearers will be vestrymen of St. Andrew's, of which Mrs. Taliaferro was a member and active in its organization years ago. They are: Arthur S. Gibbons, P. O. Knight, jr., G. Dave Curtis; G. R. Griffin, Edgar Struss, John E. Himes, Alvin Magnon and Glen B. Jennings. Honorary pallbearers will be D. B. McKay, R. J. Binnicker, V. H. Northcutt, H. T. Lykes, F. D. Jackson, T. N. Henderson, W. F. Ferman, Taliaferro Lane, R. H. Liggett, R. A. Liggett, F. M. Cooper and John T. Campbell, directors of the First National bank, of which Mr. Taliaferro long had been head, and Dr. J. C. Vinson, H. C. Culbreath, Carl P. Fish, T. M. Lykes, W. H. Jackson, John W. Lykes, George P. Raney, sr., and K. I. McKay, friends of the family for many years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, June 3, 1940, p. 2.
"HENRY TAYLOR, 43, of Tampa, died Thursday of natural causes. A native of Alabama, he resided in the Tampa Bay area for 35 years. He was of the Baptist faith, He is survived by his wife, Ema Harden; his parents, Nancy and Buster of Tampa; and one daughter, Micky of Tampa. Oak Hills Funeral Home." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"TIPTON - Thomas C. Tipton, 54, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 807 Packwood Avenue. He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Mrs. J. F. Rogers, and Mrs. L. C. Edwards, Jr. Mr. Tipton moved to Tampa with his family six years ago. Funeral arrangements will in charge of B. Marion Reed, and will be announced when relatives from out of the city" From The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 7, 1925.
"FREDERICK TOENNIES - Frederick Toennies, 80, of 5209 East Broadway, died Tuesday at a hospital. He had been a resident of Tampa for 48 years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 3, 1935, p. 2.
"TIREY, MRS. MINDA - Mrs. Minda Tirey, 76, of Lutz, passed away yesterday morning in a local hospital. The remains will be sent this afternoon to the Collins Funeral Home, Jasper, Alabama, for services and interment in Boshell Cemetery. Friends may call at Duval's Northside Chapel, 10520 Florida Avenue from 9:00 o'clock until 12:00 o'clock noon today." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"ANTONY E. THOMAS - Antony E. Thomas, 74, of 8716 Ashley, died yesterday morning at his residence. A native of Greece, and former resident of Decatur, Ill., he had lived in Tampa 10 years. He is survived by his widow Grace Thomas, Tampa; two brothers, George Thomas, Raleigh, N.C., James Thomas, of Greece." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, February 24, 1963, p. A4.
"Memorial services for Mr. James W. Talley, age 61, of Tampa who passed away February 15, 1988 will be held Sunday at 12:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Oldsmar, corner of Clarendon and Burbank, with Pastor Eddie Preston officiating. A native of Vilonia, Arkansas, Mr. Talley had been the chef at the Admiral Benbow Inn in Tampa for six years. In lieu of flowers, the family request that contributions be sent to the American Cancer Society, 4251 Henderson Blvd. Tampa, Florida 33629. A. P. BOZA TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAPEL 884-7524." From Tampa Tribune, Feb. 20, 1988.
"MRS. CARLIE J. TANNER - Mrs. Carlie J. Tanner, 61, of 308 West Idlewood, died yesterday afternoon in a local hospital. A native of Bluefield, W. Va., she had resided in Tampa for the last two years. She is survived by her husband, Kelly G. Tanner, Princeton, W. Va.; one son, Kenneth D. Tanner, Princeton, W. Va.; two daughters, Mrs. Phyllis Ann Weiss and Mrs. Neva Russell, both of Tampa; three brothers, Robert Shields, Arthur Shields and George Shields, all of Princeton, W. Va.; three sisters, Miss Cora Mae Shields, Miss Bessie Shields and Mrs. A. L. Smith, all of Princeton, W. Va., and three grandchildren." Also, funeral notice: "TANNER, MRS. CARLIE J. - Mrs. Carlie J. Tanner, 61, of 308 W. Idlewild passed away yesterday afternoon in a local hospital. The time and date of services will be announced later. Arrangements are in charge of the Duval Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.

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"UNDERWOOD, SOLON BAILEY - Funeral services for Solon Bailey Underwood, age 56, of Port Salerno, Florida, who died at his home Friday morning, will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Central Avenue Bapist Church of Lakeland. Rev. Lewis Stancil will officiate, assisted by Rev. F. W. Cruce and Rev. Steven Cloud. Interment will follow in the Oak Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday evening. The A. M. Seigler Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"ULMER, MRS. EMMA (LLOYD) - Mrs. Emma (Lloyd) Ulmer, widow of the late William M. Ulmer, 84, 806 Omaha St., Palm Harbor, passed away Monday, Aug. 19, 1968, at her residence. She was a 55-year resident of Palm Harbor. Funeral services will be held Wednesday (Aug. 21, 1968) 2 p.m. at the Moss Fort Harrison Chapel, Clearwater, to be conducted by the Rev. W. Ernest Dorrell, pastor, Palm Harbor United Methodist Church. Burial will follow at Clearwater Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 20, 1968, p. A7.
"MRS. LURA ULMER - LARGO, June 3. - (Special) - Mrs. Lura E. Ulmer, 58, of 814 14th Ave., N. W., a member of a pioneer Largo family and a resident here 52 years, died at her home this afternoon. She was the widow of J. D. Ulmer and a native of High Springs. She is survived by two sons, Donald Ulmer, Clearwater, and Curtis Ulmer, U. S. Navy; four daughters, Miss Inez Ulmer and Miss Patricia Ulmer, both of Largo, and Mrs. Audrey Ceilci and Mrs. Phyllis Ann Wilson. She was a member of Jehovah's Witnesses." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 4, 1951, p. 2.

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"MRS. ESTELLE M. VACHON - CLEARWATER, Sept. 27 (By Staff Writer) - Mrs. Estelle M. Vachon, 73, who came here in 1954 from St. Paul, Minn., died yesterday at her home at 1429 Orange St. Survivors include her husband, George F. Vachon, Clearwater; a daughter, Mrs. S. A. Goldschlag, Forrest Hills, N.Y.; and three grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"VALENTI - Funeral services for Mr. Rudolph Napoli Valenti (Rudy) age 82 of Tampa will be held Friday afternoon three o'clock from the Chapel of Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Ltd. with interment in Hillsborough Memorial Gardens. Survivors include his brother Frank Perez; sister Pauline Filippello and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers include Peter Filippello III, Michael Filippello, Aaron Morrison, Mark Perez, Gene Perez and Joe Cagnina. Please omit flowers, and in lieu of, contributions may be made to the Charity of your choice. The family will receive friends Friday afternoon 2 o'clock until time of services at the Chapel of ROEL & CURRY FUNERAL HOME, LTD. 4730 North Armenia Ave. Telephone 877-7676" Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 20, 1992, p. 7 (Florida/Metro)
"MRS. MARIA CRUZ VALDES - Mrs. Maria Cruz Valdes, 60, died yesterday morning at her home, 1602 North Albany avenue. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Margarita Valdes; two sons, Lucio and Fidel Valdes, and two brothers, Victor Ruiz and Liborio Ruiz, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, January 15, 1938, p.2.
"JACOB E. VAN VLACK - Jacob E. Van Vlack, 81, 8416 11th St., died Thursday in a local hospital. A native of Fishkill, N.Y., he had been a resident of Tampa for four and one-half years. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Helen Linson of Ogdensburg, N.Y." Published in the Tampa Tribune, December 24, 1960, p. 3.
"VALENTINE, ELMER B. - Mr. Elmer B. Valentine, age 68, of 11713 North Edison Ave., passed away Thursday in a local hospital. The remains will lie in state at the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home until 1 o'clock Friday afternoon, at which time they will be sent to Silvis, Ill., in care of the Schroder Mortuary for services at their chapel on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with interment in Greenview Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 17, 1958, p. A2.
"MRS. MADELINE VAN FLEET - DUNEDIN, June 3. - (Special) - Friends here have received word of the death of Mrs. Madeline Van Fleet, a former resident, at her home in Morristown, N. J. Survivors included her husband, Claude Van Fleet; a daughter, Joyce Van Fleet, and a son, Edward Van Fleet." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"MRS. SARAH W. VON OHSEN - Word has been received in Tampa of the death of Mrs. Sarah Whigham Von Ohsen, of Demorest, Ga. Mrs. Von Ohsen was a former resident of Tampa and was connected with the Congregational Mission on Green St. in West Tampa as a teacher for about 25 years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"VETRANO, MICHAEL - The remains of Mr. Michael Vetrano, 27, resident of 45 Rector Pl., Bloomfield, N. J., who passed away Saturday in a local hospital, will be sent Monday afternoon to the Megaro Memorial Home, Newark, N. J., where funeral services will be held. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Local arrangements in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"IN MEMORIUM - Frank Villareal. In loving memory of our beloved husband, father and grandfather. Three years have passed since you left us and the ache in our hearts will last forever. We love and miss you everyday. Wife, Annette. Daughter, Susan and Granddaughter, Alyson." From Tampa Tribune, August 16, 1986.
"MRS. MARGUERITE VANCE - Mrs. Marguerite Johnson Vance, 71, of 110 W. Curtis Ave., died yesterday. She was a parishioner of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Samuel S. Vance; a brother, Harry M. Johnson, Tampa; sisters, Mrs. Ouida Caldwell, Nobleton, Miss Katherine Johnson and Miss Elsie Johnson, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 25, 1969.
"LORENZO VALDEZ - Lorenzo Valdez, 73, of 2205 13th St., died yesterday morning at a local hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jennie Valdez; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Sarah Garrido; a stepson, Frank Thomas Lazarra; two brothers, Juan Valdez, and Ramon Sanchez, and two sisters, Mrs. Blanca Puertas and Mrs. Caridad Mesa." Also, funeral notice: "VALDEZ, LORENZO - Funeral services for Mr. Lorenzo Valdez, 73, of 2205 13th St., will be held today at 4 P. M. from the A. P. Boza chapel, with interment in Woodlawn. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jennie Valdez, a stepdaughter, Mrs. Sarah Garrido, a stepson, Frank Thomas Lazzara, two brothers, Juan Valdez and Ramon Sanchez, and two sisters, Blanca Puertas, and Caridad Mesa. Pallbearers will be: Frank Lazzara, Manuel Valdez, Juan Puerta, Luis Mesa, Thomas Mesa, and Isaac Mesa, Jr." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"VALDEZ, MRS. HELEN F. - Funeral services for Mrs. Helen F. Valdez, age 48, of 704 W. Ohio, will be held Thursday at 4 P.M. from the A. P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia Ave.), with interment in Colon Cemetery. A rosary will be recited Wednesday at 8:30 P.M. at the Chapel. She is survived by her husband, Mr. George Valdez; her mother, Mrs. Maria Ferrara; a daughter, Miss Linda Valdez; two sisters, Mrs. Vera Ferrara and Mrs. Connie Parrella, and three brothers, Arthur, Joe and Alex Ferrara. THE FAMILY WILL BE AT THE CHAPEL WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. TO RECEIVE FRIENDS." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"GEORGE W. VAN ALSTYNE - ST. PETERSBURG, March 23. - (A.P.) - George W. Van Alstyne, 80, a retired wholesale paper dealer from Troy, N.Y., died suddenly at a local hotel tonight. He was a director of the Manufacturer's national bank, a member of the board of education and a director of two hospitals in Troy. His wife, one daughter and a sister survive." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, March 24, 1935.
"VANNERSON, MRS. MAUDE HAYNES - Funeral services for Mrs. Maude Haynes Vannerson, age 61, a resident of 507 North Thomas St., Plant City, who passed away Saturday evening in a local hospital will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock frm the First Presbyterian Church with Dr. Karl Stein, the pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery with the Hopkins Funeral Home directing arrangements. Mrs. Vannerson is survived by her husband, J. H. Vannerson, Plant City; two daughters, Mrs. John A. King, Jacksonville and Mrs. R. G. Grassfield, Jr., Lakeland; one brother, George Haynes, North Miami Beach, Fla.; also six grandchildren. Pallbearers include H. R. Manee, D. C. Sullivan, Frank H. Moody, T. E. Moody, Jr., Otis Andrews and O. H. Kilgore and are kindly requested to meet at the church at 2:45 P.M." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), October 20, 1958, p. 2.
"J. ERNEST VOGT - Funeral services for J. Ernest Vogt were held yesterday from the funeral home of B. Marion Reed. Interment was in Orange Hill cemetery. Masons had charge of services at the grave." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, July 22, 1930.
"VAN HOLDT - Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock over the remains of Mrs. Helen Van Holdt, wife of Fred Van Holdt, who died at her home in Gardenville Saturday night. Rev. Paul G. Heckel, pastor of the Zion German-English Church of this city, officiated. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery under the directions of J. L. Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 11, 1917.
"VACCARO - Miss Lily Vaccaro, No. 831 Spruce street, West Tampa, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. C. W. Duke officiating, and interment was in Woodlawn under the direction of B. Marion Reed. Miss Vaccaro was only sixteen years of ago, and was one of the brightest and best-loved members of the Italian Baptist mission." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, November 7, 1918.
"NOAH A. VAN WINKLE - TARPON SPRINGS, Dec. 28. - (Special) - Funeral services for Noah A. Van Winkle, 72, were conducted this afternoon at the Vinson funeral home chapel. The Rev. Alex Linn, of Lakeland, and the Rev, C. B. Mitchell of Tarpon Springs, officiated." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 29, 1932, p. 2.
"VAN WINKLE - Mrs. George I. Van Winkle, fifty-one years old, died yesterday at her late residence on the Bayshore Boulevard. Funeral services were conducted at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon by the Salvation Army and interment, under direction of J. L. Reed, was made in Woodlawn Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 4, 1914, p. B1.
"MRS. ANNA VAN EYCK - Mrs. Anna Josephina Van Eyck, 55, of 6504 13th St., died yesterday at a hospital in Peckville, Pa. Survivors are her husband, G. T. Van Eyck, Tampa; a son, C. J. Van Eyck, Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. E. Vander Elst and Mrs. Gerda Basten, of Holland, and Mrs. Trees Schwan, of Germany, and four brothers, Peter Basten, Frans Basten, Harry Basten and Paul Basten, all of Holland." Also, funeral notice: "VAN EYCK, ANNA JOSEPHINA - Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Josephina Van Eyck, 55, resident of 6504 13th St., who passed away at a local hospital in Peckville, Pa., will be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. George Reid, Jehovah's Witnesses, will officiate. Interment will be in Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"MASONIC LEADER DIES - JACKSONVILLE, March 14. - (A.P.) - Oilver L. Vordermark, 63, grand tiler in the Florida Masonic lodge for 1939-40, died at his Clifton home today after a long illness. He had lived here 40 years. Survivors include his widow and a son." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 15, 1941, p. 2.
"MRS. MARIA VALDEZ - Mrs. Maria Valdez, 78, 2802 N. Tampania, died Thursday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Cuba, she had resided in Tampa for over 61 years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Francisca Dauber and Mrs. Mary Perez, and five sons, Manuel, George, Joe, Emilio, and Parson Valdez and five grandchildren, all of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 12, 1966, p. A15.
"DEATH OF G. VON ALLWORDEN - Gustave Von Allworden, who has been been employed by Mr. R. Mugge, died yesterday afternoon shortly after 4 o'clock on Jackson street. Mr. Von Allworden was born in 1850 in Hamburg, Ger., and was a descendant of one of the oldest patrician families of the Hausa City. After a thorough business education which made him quite a liquist, he found employment in one of the old Hamburg export houses where he soon brought his abilities to the notice of his employes, who sent him to South America as their representative. In Rio de Janerio and in Mexico Mr. Von Allworden lived for 17 years, when he came to the United States. He settled in Jacksonville, and was for years the confidential clerk of Mr. R. W. Simms, the well known liquor dealer. Later he was appointed agent of the Anheuser Busch Brewing Company of St. Louis for the State of Florida, which position he held until shortly before he came to Tampa. His funeral will take place this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. from the establishment of Mr. Lovengreen on Franklin street." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 8, 1898, p. 4, col. 6.
"MRS. STELLA VARSALONA - Mrs. Stella Varsalona, 76, of 2311 Union St., died Thursday at a Tampa hospital. A native of Girgenti, Italy, she had resided in Tampa 64 years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Varsalonaand Mrs. Stella Kirk; a son, Jimmy Varsalona of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Massaro, of Tampa, and Mrs. Carmela La Greco, of New Jersey; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, May 27, 1967, p. 17-A.
"JOSE VARELA - Jose Varela, 53, of 1601 1/2 Seventh ave., died yesterday at a hospital. Survivors are a brother, Francisco Varela, of Spain, and a sister, Mrs. Manuela Varela, of Buenas Aires." Also, funeral notice: "VARELA, JOSE - Funeral services for Jose Varela, 53, who died yesterday will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the parlors of the Lord and Fernandez funeral home, Mitchell at Oak avenue. Interment will be in the Centro Espanol cemetery. Mr. Varela is survived by a brother, Francisco Varela of Spain, and a sister, Mrs. Manuela Varela, of Buenos Aires." Both published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"VAN PELT, ADDISON J. - Addison J. Van Pelt, 81, died Friday afternoon at his residence, 3003 Tampa St. He is survived by his wife; 4 daughters, 2 sons, 1 sister and 1 brother. He will lie in state today at the F. T. Blount funeral home and at a later date will be taken to Martins Ferry, Ohio, for interment." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Sunday, January 18, 1942, p. 1-4.
"PIET VLAG - Piet Vlag, 51, of Gandy Bridge City, died in a hospital here yesterday. He is survived by the widow and a son, Eugene. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. The time of the funeral will be announced later." Published in the Tampa Tribune, November 23, 1928, p. 2.
"ANGEL C. VILANOVA, 56, of Tampa died Monday at St. Joseph' Hospital. A native of Havana, Cuba, he moved to Tampa from Miami last year. He wa a security guard at an apartment complex, and a Catholic. He is survived by his wife, Miriam; two daughters, Vivian and Guadalupe, both of New Jersey; and a brother, Carlos of Miami. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Riverside Chapel." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, February 3, 1993.
"VACCHIO, Louis, 53, of Tampa. Died Saturday. Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"VEGA, Manuel Longo, 84, of Tampa. A. P. Boza Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"VISAGE, MRS. NANCY JANE - Mrs. Nancy Jane Visage, 80, 107 E. 26th Ave., died Saturday. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Della Evers, Mrs. Effie Howard, Mrs. Annie B. Rawlins; two brothers, Mike and Rayford Lynch, and a sister, Miss Rocky Lynch. Services will be held Monday at 4 o'clock at the Greenman home with Rev. Roy Mason officiating. Pallbearers: L. W. Burkett, W. H. Brown, T. K. Miller, Charles Cheshire, Charles Bozeman, Haden Stewart. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"J. F. VALLELY - BOCA GRANDE, July 9. - (Special) - Friends here were notified today of the death of J. F. Vallely, prominent hotel man. Mr. Vallely managed the famous Gasparilla Inn for 15 years. He was associated with the Collier hotels over 25 years, managing the Useppa Inn before coming to Boca Grande. Vallely died at his home in North Andover, Mass., after a short illness. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Arthur Broder and a son, Lieut. Jack Vallely." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.

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"LAM WOO - Lam Woo, 44, of 4020 West South Ave., died last night in a local hospital. Besides his wife, Mrs. Hedwig Woo, Tampa, he is survived by two step-children, Robert Hoy and Nancy Hoy, Tampa. He had owned and operated restaurants in Tampa for more than 20 years and for the last four years was chef for a Howard Johnson restaurant here." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2. Also, funeral notice: "WOO, LAM - Lam Woo, age 44, of 4020 West South Ave., passed away Monday in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the chapel of F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, with The Rev. Shuler Peele, of the Seminole Heights Methodist Church, officiating. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Hedwig Woo, of Tampa; and a stepson, Robert Hoy, of Tampa; a stepdaughter, Nancy Hoy, of Tampa. Pallbearers will be Kenneth Craft, Eddie Gallagher, Eddie Finnigen, Capt. H. Barney, Charles Partridge and Ted Fuller." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"DEATH OF DR. R. M. WELLS - A Prominent Citizen of the County, and an Excellent Physician Passes Away - The funeral of Dr. R. M. Wells took place in this city yesterday afternoon at the residence of Col. R. B. Thomas on LaFayette street, and the interment was made in Oaklawn cemetery, at 2:30 o'clock, under the auspices of the Masonic Fraternity. Rev. E. J. Gates, pastor of the Plant City church, of which the deceased was a member, and Rev. J. B. Ley of this city, officiated. The deceased was in his 60th year of age, and was one of the most popular and highly esteemed gentlemen in South Florida, being one of the pioneer citizens of this part of the State, he was extensively known all through Florida. He served in the Florida Indian war and through the Civil War as a surgeon in the confederate army. Shortly after the close of the war he married Miss Jane Givens, oldest daughter of the venerable John T. Givens of this city. The wife and two children - J. S. Wells, of Danville, Ky., and Mrs. C. C. Carlton, of Plant City - survive him." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, February 10, 1899, p. 1, col. 4.
"HON. W. O. WILLIAMS IS DEAD AT FORT MEADE - FORT MEADE, March 5. - (Special) - Hon. W. O. Williams, representative of Polk county, died at his home in this city this morning at 9:30 o'clock. Mr. Williams was stricken with paralysis on the right side at St. Petersburg last week. He was in a serious condition all the time, but hopes were entertained for the recovery. Mr. Williams was seemingly getting better and as the weather modified he was brought home in an ambulance from the Memorial hospital, where he had been taken, and in company with his wife and physicians he arrived here last night. Nothing definte has been arranged relative to the funeral, but the body will likely be interred here. Mr. Williams was a minister of the gospel, about fifty years old, and at the time of his death was representative of Polk county and a candidate for re-election. He was also hotel inspector and it was while discharging his duties at St. Petersburg that he became ill. Mr. Williams leaves a devoted wife, one daughter, Miss Willie, who has been attending college at Tallahassee, and three sons. All the members of the family are now at home except Miss Willie, and she is on her way home. Mr. Williams wa a native of Mississippi, but had lived here for many years and was well known and generally liked by the community." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, March 6, 1920, p. 3.
"WILLIAM MORRIS WHITE - William Morris White, 78, of E. Chelsea street, a resident of Tampa for 40 years, died yesterday at a Tampa hospital. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Lucile White; two brothers, A. J. White and John White, of Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. W. F. Stowers, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. A. C. Logan, of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, August 13, 1942, p. 2.
"WALESKI, Walter F., 86, of Brandon. Died Sunday. A retired sales representative. Garden of Memories Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"WHITNEY, infant son of James and Catherine Whitney. Died Monday. Woods Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"BYRON E. WALLACE - Byron E. Wallace, 53, a Tampan for the last 23 years, a member of the A. W. Windhorst Lodge No. 185 F. & A.M., died suddenly at the family home, 5118 Suwanee Ave., Friday. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jessie Wallace; two sons, Clifford H. Wallace, U. S. Army, and Byron Ray Wallace, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Beatrice E. Blount, Tampa, and six grandchildren." "WALLACE, BYRON E. - Funeral services for Byron E. Wallace, age 53, of 5118 Suwanee Avenue, will be held Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock, from Joe L. Reed's Bayshore & Plant Ave., with Rev. L. E. McEldowney officiating. A. W. Windhorse Lodge No. 185 F & AM, will conduct services at Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers: Edward Yontz, Herbert Wittmayer, John Corbin, Frank Bachman, J. D. Rogers, Roy J. Brink." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, December 16, 1945, p. A4
"MRS. RUTH WITT - LAKE CITY, Jan. 18. - (Special) - Mrs. Ruth Witt, 84, widow of W. P. A. Witt, prominent Lake City area farmer, died last night at her home here. Surviving are six sons, Norman, John, J. B., Horace and Purvis Witt, all of Lake City; two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Crevasse and Mrs. Alma Glover, both of Tampa, and 26 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.
"JOHN R. WHEATLEY - John R. Wheatley, 60, of 3601 34th st., died yesterday at a hospital. Survivors are three sons, Russell and Rutherford Wheatley, both in the service, and Ross Wheatley, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Herman Fingar and Mrs. Albert Knight, both of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, October 27, 1943, p. 2.
"Owner of Tampa Casket Company Dies Suddenly - Stanley E. Walker, 45, of Miami, owner of the Gulf Mechanic and Walker Casket company here, died suddenly yesterday in St. Petersburg. Mr. Walker, who owns a similar business in Miami, made frequent business visits in Tampa and was well known in local business circles. He was a member of the Rotary club and the Board of Trade in Miami and was active in civic affairs. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Helen Walker; his mother, Mrs. Echo Walker, of Miami; four brothers, Thomas and Chester Walker, of Peoria, Ill., Howard and Hunter Walker, of Miami, and a sister, Mrs. Marion Waugh, of Miami. The body will be sent to Miami for burial." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 30, 1940, p. 2.
"WOOD - BRANDON - Funeral services for Mr. Jule F. Wood, 95, of Brandon, will be held Friday at 10:00 a.m. in the Stowers Chapel with Harold Spink, of the Jehovah Witness of Brandon East Congregation, officiating. Interment will follow in Hillsborough Memorial Gardens. Mr. Wood moved to this area in 1914 from Arkansas, was a retired Engineer from the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and was a member of the South Brandon Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witness. Active casketbearers will be John D. Furman, John D. Pittman, B. F. Woodall, Ralph Hall, Cecil Rawels and Frank Pridemore. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening between 7:30 and 9:00 p.m. Arrangements by: STOWERS FUNERAL HOME BRANDON" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, October 2, 1975, p. 15-D.
"WHITEHOUSE - Funeral services for Mrs. Louisa F. Whitehouse, 72, who died early Saturday morning at her residence, 202 East Palm Avenue, were held yesterday afternoon at the F. T. Blount funeral home. Dr. A. M. Bennett of the Palm Avenue Baptist Church officiated. Burial was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 27, 1925, p. A2.
"EDWARD ALLEN WESTBROOK - Edward Allen Westbrook, 71, of Mango Hills, died Sunday at his residence. He was a native of New Jersey and had resided here for 25 years. Before retiring he was a shoe salesman. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ethyl Westbrook, of Tampa; a sister, Mrs. W. E. Tarr, of Baltimore, Md.; stepchildren, Richey Mason, of Mango Hills and Mrs. James Grant, of Rochester, Pa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"WELCH - NEW PORT MICHIGAN - Mrs. Emily G. Welch, 79, of New Port, Mi. formerly of Zephyrhills died Saturday, October 17, 1987 in her home. Survivors include one son, Edward Welch, New Port, Mi., one daughter, Mrs. LaVern Beth Phillips, Mt. Clemons, Mi. and one sister, Mrs. Walter Grace Honecker, Zephyrhills, seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leroy Welch (10/29/86). She was a member of Reorganized Church of the Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ, Zephyrhills. Private family services and cremation have been held." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, October 20, 1987, p. 7-B.
"WHITE, JOHN TIMOTHY - Graveside services for Mr. John Timothy White, former resident of Tampa, will be conducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Rose Hill Cemetery, with The Rev. Charles E. Wood, rector of the Episcopal House of Prayer, officiating. Arrangements are in charge of th Duval Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 17, 1958, p. A2.
"A. W. WISENBAKER JR. - Arthur Wallace Wisenbaker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wisenbaker Sr., 5601 Palm River Rd., died yesterday in a local hospital. Other survivors include two sisters Cynthia Lynn Wisenbaker and Sandra Wisenbaker; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Almand Sr., Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 28, 1961, p. A2.
"WARD - Elmer M. Ward, 80, Brandon, died Saturday. He was born in Nashua, N.H., resided in Cuba after age ten and came to Tampa about twenty-five years ago. Survivors include daughters, Katie Taylor, Pensacola and Elizabeth Shows, Tampa; sons, Herbert and Milton Ward, Brandon and Frederick Ward, Tampa; a brother, Irving Ward, Bonita Springs; 6 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Graveside funeral services will be held at 2:00 Tuesday at Rose Hill Cemetery, with Rev. Rapley C. Armstrong Jr., officiating. Arrangements by Swilley Funeral Home, 1602 W. Waters Ave." Published in the Tampa Tribune, July 18, 1977, p. D7.
"LARRY N. WEBB, 60, of Valrico died Tuesday. A native of SPencer, W. Va., he moved to the area two years ago. He was a heavy equipment operator, Army veteran and member of Victory Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Judy; a son, Brian of Valrico; a daughter, ELizabeth of Seffner; a brother, Bruce of West Virginia; and a grandchild. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 6, 2000.
"DOROTHY ALMA WALKER, 85, of Tampa died Sunday. A native of Tallahassee, she moved to the area in 1989. She was a teacher for Leon County and member of Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church. She is survived by a son, Gregory Sr.; a daughter, Jennifer Wright; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Wilson Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in the Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), April 6, 2000.
"MRS. LENA B. WINDHORST, 87, of Talfair and Windhorst Roads, Limona, died yesterday in a Plant City hospital. A native of Lakeland, Mrs. Windhorst has been a resident of Limona for the past 39 years. She was a member of the Ladies Aid of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Limona, former member of the Women's Club of Tampa and former president of the Tampa Art Club. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Frank Slawson, Mrs. W. A. LaGate, both of Brandon, and Mrs. Mellie Aldrich, Limona." Published in the Tampa Tribune, April 2, 1958, p. 2.
"LUTHER WETHERINGTON DIES - WINTER HAVEN, Jan. 25. - (Special) - Luther L. Wetherington, 50, citrus worker who had lived here 16 years died at his home today. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Wetherington, Winter Haven; two sons, Austin Wetherington and James Wetherington, Lakeland; a daughter, Mrs. M. E. Mincey, Winter Haven; and four brothers, Ellie Wetherington, Tampa, and two in Georgia." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6. "WRIGHT, Rayford G., 63, of Tampa. A resident of Tampa 31 years. Died yesterday. Duval Funeral Home, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Saturday, June 18, 1977, p. 9-D.
"WILLIAMSON, MR. WILLIAM ELI 'UNCLE BILLIE' - Mr. William Eli 'Uncle Billie' Williamson, 82, of Lutz rural, passed away in a Brooksville hospital Sunday. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at the Lutz Baptist Church with Rev. W. F. Johnson officiating. Graveside services will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at Conway Cemetery near Orlando. Pallbearers will be Albert Newberger, M. D. Hudson, J. E. Harpe, W. L. Free, Sam Alsobrook and J. D. Hollman. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 26, 1950, p. 2.
"MRS. RUTH C. WHITNER - Mrs. Ruth C. Whitner, 88, of Orlando, mother of Mrs. W. H. Preston of Tampa, died Monday. She was born in Athens, Ohio, and moved to Orlando from Tampa 40 years ago. She was the widow of Eston R. Whitner. Surviving, besides Mrs. Preston, are another daughter, Mrs. George C. Valentine, Palmetto; one sister, Mrs. C. W. Goodrich, Orlando; two brothers, Paul G. Brown, Columbus, Ohio, and E. C. Brown, Pittsburgh, three grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, September 27, 1961, p. A2.
"WELCH - Funeral services for Edgar Welch, 70, of 1312 Tampa Street, who died at a local hospital Wednesday, were held yesterday afternoon at the F. T. Blount funeral home. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Saturday, May 23, 1925, p. B12.
"JOHN I. WOOD - SEMINOLE (Special) - John I. Wood, 76, of 10901 Grove Terrace, died Tuesday at Sun Coast Ostepathic Hospital, Largo. A native of Lawrence, Mass., Mr. Wood came here 10 year ago from Portland, Maine. He was a retired salesman, a Protestant, a member of Grecian Lodge AF&AM, Lawrence; Kora Temple Shrine, Lewiston, Maine, and Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, Burlington, Vt. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Harriet Louise Wood; three sons, Ernest and John Wood Jr., both of Portland, and Walter Wood, Fort Lauderdale; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Hall and Mrs. Mary Luce, both of Portland; six grandchildren; a great-grandchild; two brothers, Samuel B. Wood, St. Petersburg, Horace D. Wood, Waban, Mass.; three sisters, Mrs. Anne Robinson, St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Ida Durrell and Mrs. Esther Calder, both of Braintree, Mass." Published in the Tampa Tribune, August 29, 1963, p. A2.
"JOHN WILKES - John Salmon Wilkes, 77, of Land 'O Lakes, died Monday. A native of Georgia, he had resided in Land 'O Lakes for two years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ludell Wilkes, Land 'O Lakes; three sons, John S. Wilkes, Birmingham, James M. Wilkes, Land 'O Lakes, and Edward L. Wilkes, Memphis, Tenn.; two daughters, Miss Lillian B. Hoover, Land 'O Lakes and Mrs. Robbie M. Jenkins, Memphis, and eight grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 15, 1959, p. 2.
"JOHNNIE WATSON - Johnnie Taylor Watson, 49, of 319 West Haya, died Thursday evening in a local hospital. A native of Jasper, he had been a resident of Tampa for the last 17 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Sallie Watson, Tampa; three sons, David and Glenn Watson, both of Tampa, and A/1C Edd Watson, Kindley Air Force Base, Bermuda; four daughters, Mrs. Margie Hindman, Miss Mady Watson, Miss Elizabeth Watson and Miss Emma Jean Watson, all of Tampa; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Watson, Mulberry; one sister, Mrs. Maggie Bell, Mulberry, and one brother, J. J. Watson, Jr., Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, October 4, 1958, p. 2.
"WALTERS, Sally M., 88, of Lakeland died Thursday. She ws a resident 39 years. Dukes-Steen Southside Funeral Home." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, September 23, 1978, p. D11.
"LUTHER WETHERINGTON DIES - WINTER HAVEN, Jan. 25. - (Special) - Luther L. Wetherington, 50, citrus worker who had lived here 16 years died at his home today. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Wetherington, Winter Haven; two sons, Austin Wetherington and James Wetherington, Lakeland; a daughter, Mrs. M. E. Mincey, Winter Haven; and four brothers, Ellie Wetherington, Tampa, and two in Georgia." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 26, 1941, p. 1-6.
"CORA WITHERSPOON - LAS CRUCES, N. M., Nov. 19. (AP) - Cora Witherspoon, 67, stage, film and television actress, died Sunday." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"MRS. EMILY R. WHARTON - Mrs. Emily Roediger Wharton, 84, died yesterday at the home of her niece, Mrs. Dorothy A. Meyer, of Armenia and Waters avenues. She also is survived by two nephews, Clarence C. Perpall, of Miami, and Arnold Perpall, of New York." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, August 5, 1942, p. 2.
"MRS. MARGARET WEAVER - Mrs. Margaret L. Weaver, 71, Winter visitor from Schenectady, N. Y., died suddenly yesterday morning at her home here, 101 Biscayne, Davis Islands. She is survived by her husband, Robert C. Weaver; a son, Roland P. Laflin, Schenectady, and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Westgade and Mrs. Ida Hyland, of Fall River, Mass." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 4, 1954, p. 2.
"WILSON, OTHO M. - Funeral services for Otho M. Wilson, of 3412 Empedrado Ave., who passed away in Bay Pines Hospital Saturday morning, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the F. T. Blount Funeral Home. The Dr. M. C. Cleveland and Dr. Lorenzo D. Patterson of the First Methodist Church will officiate. Active pallbearers will be from the Pullman Co. Honorary pallbearers are: Milton Hollis, Frank Hartley, Peter and Jack Taylor, Fred Greenslade, Col. D. W. Phillips, R. E. Hughes, H. L. Northrup, James DeAvignon, Dr. W. J. Lancaster, E. S. Thompson, Colonel Swafford, L. F. Schroeder, Mr. Collins, J. H. Love, M. C. Stripling, J. P. Cook, James Handley, Warren Burkley, John Parkhill, Tom Cherry, C. B. Dortch, Dr. E. H. Cawthon, L. F. Baker, L. T. Webb, Nathan Graham and Horace Rivero. Military honors will be furnished by the MacDill Air Force Base. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, December 13, 1954, p. 2.
"HENRY WETHERINGTON - Henry Carroll Wetherington, 58, of Lutz, died yesterday morning in a Tampa hospital. He was a native of Berren County, Ga., and had been a resident of Tampa for 37 years. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Cassie Wetherington, Lutz; three daughters, Mrs. Lucille Wilson and Mrs. Gertrude Singleman, both of Tampa; and Mrs. Vera Mae Osteen, Lutz; a son, William Horace Wetherington, Lutz; three sisters, Mrs. M. A. Rentz, Pavo, Ga., Mrs. C. Morris, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Roy Lynn, Apopka; three brothers, C. A. Wetherington, Lenox, Ga., I. C. Wetherington, Moultrie, Ga., and C. D. Wetherington, Tampa, and seven grandchildren." Also, funeral notice: "WETHERINGTON, HENRY CARROLL - Funeral services for Henry Carroll Wetherington, 58, resident of Lutz, who passed away at his residence Tuesday morning, will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock from the First Baptist Church of Lutz. The Rev. G. E. Crowell and The Rev. H. T. Burnett will officiate. Interment in Lutz Cemetery. Active pallbearers are Tom Law, George Strompson, R. L. Link, Walter Powell, Arthur Dennison and Duke Hudson. Honorary pallbearers are Willard Fletcher, Billie Ray, Lloyd Carlton, A. M. Loy, Frank Strickland and Sydney Goheen. Arrangements are in charge of Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"O. A. WINDHORST DIES AT HOME - Oscar A. Windhorst, 76, a resident of Tampa for 56 years, died yesterday morning at his home near Limona. Mr. Windhorst organized the Tampa Cider and Vinegar Company soon after coming to Tampa in 1890 and continued in that business for 27 years. After retiring, he moved to Limona where he had an orange grove. He and Amos Norris were the only surviving members of Tampa's volunteer department. Both were members of Gulf City No. 13 Company at the same time. He also was a member of the Tampa Rifles State Militia. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Lena Windhorst; three sisters, Mrs. Arubella Wallace and Mrs. Olivia Robbins, Tampa, and Mrs. Florence Griswell; three brothers, Walter E. Windhorst, Seffner, Albion Windhorst, Chicago, and Arthur E. Windhorst, Pasadena, Calif." Also, funeral notice: "WINDHORST, OSCAR A. - Funeral services for Oscar A. Windhorst, 76, of Limona, who passed away yesterday morning at home, will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the residence. Interment will be in the Limona Cemetery. Pallbearers are Lloyd Roberts, Claude Garner, Cliff Nevelle, Ray Caylor, Charles Broderick and S. McLanglin. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Lena Windhorst; three sisters, Mrs. Arabella Wallace and Mrs. Olivia Robbins, Tampa, and Mrs. Florence Griswell, Los Angeles, Calif., and three brothers, Walter E. Windhorst, Valrico; Albion M. Windhorst, Chicago, and Arthur E. Windhorst, Pasadena, Calif." Both published in The Tampa Tribune, January 25, 1947, p. 2.
"WETHERINGTON, CLARA MALECIA - Funeral services for Mrs. Clara M. Wetherington, 81, a lifelong resident of Hillsborough County who passed away in a Lakeland hospital Thursday, will be held tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 10 o'clock at the Salem Baptist Church. Elder B. E. Holland will officiate. Interment in Bethlehem Cemetery. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Ollie B. Hutto, Antioch; son, Grover E. Wetherington, Turkey Creek; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Those selected to serve as pallbearers will please meet at the church at 9:45 o'clock. Wesley Tanner, Gene Tanner, Joel Roberts, Doyle Hutto, Dwight Webb and Harold Jordon. The remains will be in state at the church for one hour before time for the funeral. Wells Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Also, obituary: "MRS. C. M. WETHERINGTON - PLANT CITY, July 30 - (Special) - Mrs. Clara M. Wetherington, 81, a lifelong resident of Hillsborough County, died in a Lakeland hospital Thursday. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ollie B. Hutto, Antioch, and a son, Grover E. Wetherington, of Turkey Creek; eight grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, July 31, 1953, p. A2.
"WETHERINGTON, JOSEPH PERRY - Funeral services for Mr. Joseph Perry Wetherington of Dover, who passed away in Plant City hospital Saturday, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Dover Baptist Church. The Rev. V. C. McDonald, The Rev. J. J. Dorough and The Rev. B. B. Chesteine will officiate. Interment in Dover Cemetery. The following will serve as pallbearers and honorary pallbearers. To serve as pallbearers will be W. P. Griffin, M. B. Stanley, E. E. Deshong, A. L. Hicks, C. O. Dukes and R. R. Dukes. To serve as honorary pallbearers will be W. B. Tanner, H. T. Gallagher, J. W. Gallagher, O. A. Jordan, Garland Walden and D. M. Whidden. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Jane Wetherinton; daughter, Mrs. Violet Durrance, Dover; sons, Carl and Chester Wetherington, Plant City, and Wallace Wetherington, Jacksonville; sisters, Mrs. Ludie Hicks, Mrs. Ella Sauls and Mrs. Ida Gilleland, all of Jacksonville; brothers, John Wetherington, Lakeland, Steve Wetherington, Dover, Nyrum and Ben Wetherington, Bradenton, and 10 grandchildren. Wells Funeral Home in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 14, 1954, p. 2.
"WIGGINS, MRS. SARA C. - Mrs. Sara C. Wiggins, 88, 2823 Elmore St., died Saturday. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Alma DuBoise, Mrs. Belle Hoffman; three grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Services will be held Monday at 2 o'clock at the Greenman home with Rev. I. J. Bolton officiating. Pallbearers: W. T. Dawson, B. C. Tyre, R. C. DuBois, J. G. Wilson, A. J. Hardee and Mr. Jays. Burial in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), December 3, 1939, p. 1-2.
"WILSON, Richard, one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson. Died Monday. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home, Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"WOLFE, Richard W., 66, of Brookridge. Died Thursday. A resident of Brookridge three years. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home, Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"ALICE WALKER - Funeral services for Alice Walker, 7 1/2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollomon Walker, of Albany, Ga., were held in that city Sunday afternoon. She died after a lingering illness due to a heart condition. She was a frequent visitor with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. Walker, at 419 West Platt St., in Tampa. Other survivors include three aunts, Mrs. Ruby McCaskill, 215 Cedar Ave., Mrs. Tom Henderson, of 257 Bayshore Blvd., and Mrs. Nelle Mathis of Tampa and Gainesville." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, October 12, 1955, p. 2.
"MISS FRANCES ELVIRA WEBSTER - The body of Miss Frances Elvira Webster of Clearwater, who did in a hospital here Tuesday, was taken to Clearwater yesterday, where funeral services were held and then sent on last night's train to Greensburg, Ky. where burial will take place." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, December 29, 1932, p. 2.
"WEAVER, MRS. VERA B. - Funeral services for Mrs. Vera B. Weaver, age 76, of Frostproof, who died Tuesday morning will be held Friday morning at 11:00 o'clock in the Frostproof Presbyterian Church with Rev. Robert Russell officiating. Burial will be in the Silver Hill Cemetery. Marion Nelson Funeral Home of Frostproof, is in charge of arrnagements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, April 2, 1969.
"WHITE, MRS. SARAH MELINDA - Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Melinda White, 81, resident of 305 W. Columbus Drive, who passed away Friday in a hospital, will be held at 11 o'clock Monday morning at the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, the Rev. A. C. Abernathy, retired Baptist minister to officiate. Interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, April 4, 1965, page 10-A.
"MRS. CAROLINE WILDER - Mrs. Caroline Wilder, 80, died yesterday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. W. H. Cosper, 3507 Thirty-fifth street. Funeral services will be held at the home this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, the Rev. A. A. Koestline, conducting the services. Burial will be in Limona cemetery. Mrs. Wilder is survived by five sons, Ed, Alonzo, Silas, John and Herbert Wilder, of Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. J. F. Ricketson, Ocala and Mrs. W. H. Cosper, of Tampa; 27 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, February 16, 1931, p. 2.
"EDWARD WORTORSKI, 44, of 106 E. Edison St. in Tampa, died Aug. 5. Cause of death was unavailable. He was a native of Chicago. Oak Hills Funeral Home." From Tampa Tribune, Saturday, August 16, 1986.
"HARRY W. WILDENBERG - Harry W. Wildenberg, 76, Gibsonton, died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. Born in Poland, he had lived in Hillsborough County 15 years. Mr. Wildenberg owned and operated the Cubano Cigar Co. at 2008 14th St. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Joyce G. Wildenberg, and one grandson, Thomas Winston, Gibsonton." Published in The Tampa Tribune, April 16, 1963, p. A2.
"SOPHIA KABOSKY WOOD, 94, of Plant City, died Thursday. A native of Austria, she was a longtime resident of Plant City. She is survived by six daughters, Ann Swindel, Bee Myers and Elizabeth Yeomans, all of Tampa, Jean Turner of Plant City, Delores Cardy and Mary Dobos, both of Orlando; 13 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren. Memorial Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"ANNA Z. WOODS, 91, of Tampa, died Thursday. A native of Seattle, she had lived in Tampa 65 years, coming from Pittsburgh. She was a houswife. She is survived by a daughter, Ena Smith; a son, Kenneth Woods, both of Tampa; a granddaughter; a great-grandson; and a sister, Edna Lewis of Hilton Head Island, S.C. Duval Funeral Home, Nebraska Chapel." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 17, 1984, p. 7B.
"WILSON - Funeral services for Mr. William Wilson, age 72, of 4427 Wisconsin Ave., will be held at 3:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. Rev. John W. Largent Jr. Pastor of the Bel Mar Presbyterian Church will officiate. Cremation will follow. A native of Fermoy, Ireland he had lived in Tampa for the past 10 years and is survived by his wife, Marie C. Wilson, 2 sons, Raymond K. Wilson, Miami Fla., William S. Wilson, San Francisco, Calif. and 3 grandchildren." Published in the Tampa Tribune, February 3, 1973, p. D9.
"WOERPELL - Mrs. Clara H. Woerpell, 73, of 432 Bay Ave., Clearwater, passed away Tuesday, January 30, at her residence. Born in Tiffin, Ohio, moved to Clearwater 35 year ago from Cleveland. Graduate School of Nursing, Fairview Hospital, Cleveland, member of Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church, Clearwater; and the Republican Club. Survived by her husband John G., Clearwater; a son John A., Deerborn Heights, Michigan; a daughter, Mrs. Jean (Lois) Pauchey of Marathon; six grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday, February 2, 10:30 a.m. at Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church. Final burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Chicago, Ill. Contributions may be made to the Heart Fund." Published in the Tampa Tribune, February 3, 1973, p. D9.
"PETER C. WASEMAN - Peter C. Waseman, 77, died at the residence, 701 East Palm avenue, yesterday morning. The funeral will be held this morning at 11:30 o'clock from the chapel of B. Marion Reed. The Rev. D. W. Scott, pastor of the First Christian church will officiate. The body will be taken to Nashville, Tenn." Published in the Tampa Tribune, November 23, 1928, p. 2.
"HARRY WASHBURN - BRADENTON, Jan. 31. - (Special) - Harry Washburn, 88, who came here 15 years ago from New York state, died at his home today. Survivors include a daughter, Miss Ines Washburn." Published in the Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, February 1, 1942, p. 1-4.
"WEMETT - Mrs. Charles Wemett, No. 114 Magnolia avenue, died at a local hospital Saturday. Besides her husband the deceased is survived by one daughter, Gladys. Funeral arrangements, under the direction of Mortician B. Marion Reed, will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 21, 1923, p. 12.
"MRS. HATTIE B. WHITE - Mrs. Hattie B. White, 71, of 304 West Chelsea street, died yesterday. She is survived by her husband, John L. White, and a daughter, Mrs. Paul Gray, of Tampa." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 24, 1941, p. 2.
"LARGO, June 2 - (By Staff Writer) - Darlena Raye Waterson, 26-day-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey G. Waterson, died today at a hospital in Clearwater. Other survivors are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Waterson, of Largo, and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morey, of Clearwater." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"WAYNE A. WOOD - Wayne A. Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wood, of 314 East Clifton avenue, died at a hospital last night." Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 25, 1937, p. 2.
"WAGNER, EDWARD - Funeral services for Edward Wagner, 62, of Rt. 3, Lutz who passed away Wednesday morning in a local hopital will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the BOWE'S FUNERAL HOME, 3023 Busch Blvd. with Rev. Jack C. Kelley,, pastor of the Oak Grove United Methodist Church, officiating. The family will receive friends THURSDAY EVENING FROM 7 to 9 and from 2 to 4 FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND FRIDAY EVENING FROM 7 to 9. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"WETHERINGTON - Mrs. Lenna Wetherington, aged fifty years, died yesterday morning at her home at Alafia. Funeral services will be held at the Fitzgerald cemetery this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. A. H. Devane officiating. Besides her husband J. Wetherington, she is survived by five children, Irving, Morris, Calvin, Cecile and Eliza. Funeral arrangements are in the hands of the F. T. Blount Company." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, October 3, 1920, p. B6.
"WARREN, RAHLIN ADAIR - Funeral services for Mr. Rahlin Adair Warren, age 67, of 4410 Melrose Avenue, will be held at 3:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon at CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605 S. MacDill Avenue. The Reverend John F. Mangrum, Rector of the St. Mary's Episcopal Church will officiate. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Warren is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Warren; 1 daughter, Mrs. Ralph Boswell, Tampa; 3 brothers, George Warren, Tampa; Robert Warren, Brazil; and Joe Warren, Waverly, Fla.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Harvey Hall, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina; and Mrs. Frank Cushing, Tallahassee, Fla.; also 2 grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"WEAVER, EARL A. - Funeral services for Earl A. Weaver, age 83, of Frostproof, who passed away Tuesday afternoon in the Manatee Memorial Hospital in Bradenton, will be held at 10:00 Thursday morning in the First Presbyterian Church of Frostproof with Rev. Robert Russell and Rev. William Mulcay officiating. Interment will follow in the Silver Hill Cemetery. There will be viewing at the church from 9:00 till services time. Marion Nelson Funeral Home of Frostproof in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
"WEAKLAND - PLANT CITY - Requiem Mass for the Resurrection of the Soul of Mrs. Edna Pearl Weakland, 72, 1307 N. Barnes St., who died Saturday, will be celebrated Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the St. Clements Catholic Church with Father Thomas Earner as celebrant. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Those selected as pallbearers are Mike Hartnet, A. L. Hicks, Basil Bodenmiller, Joseph Bodenmiller, Jack Peterman, George Arvi, & Ralph Clark. All are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a.m. She is survived by her husband, James A. Weakland, Plant City, 1 son, James J. Weakland, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1 sister, Nell Hitch, Detroit, Mich., several nieces, and 1 nephew. Arrangements by: HAYNES FUNERAL HOME PLANT CITY" Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, January 22, 1980, p. 7-D.
"WHIDDEN, Erie Weeks, 63, of Avon Park died Saturday. Fountain Fuenral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Sunday, September 4, 1983, p. 15-B.
"WIGGINS, MRS. ANNA KATE - Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Kate Wiggins, age 80, of 2905 Angeles Avenue will be held at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning at CURRY'S FUNERAL HOME, 605 S. MacDill Avenue. The Reverend Robert E. Lee, Pastor Emeritus of the Bayshore Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be R. L. Sharrer, W. L. Van Orsdale, A. R. Van Orsdale, C. E. Culbreath, H. E. Culbreath and R. A. Bloch." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, August 27, 1970.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Sunday, March 23, 1930: LEONARD B. WILLIS - Leonard B. Willis, 1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Willis, of Sulphur Springs, died at his home on Brooks street yesterday. He is survived by his parents and two sisters, Florence and Oneida, and a brother, W, Lumpkin Willis. The body will be sent to Tifton, Ga., for funeral services and burial.
"FRANCIS H. WALKER - Francis H. Walker, 23, died yesterday afternoon at a hospital. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the funeral home of B. Marion Reed. The Rev. J. N. Hudson, pastor of the Concord Baptist church, will officiate. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Besides his widow, Mr. Walker is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walker; two half-brothers, J. W., and L. V. Mason, and a half-sister, Mrs. J. T. Scott all of Tampa. The following are requested to serve as pallbearers: Norman McHale, W. L. Turner, Stanley Richards, Charlie McVeigh, Tony White and Robert DelValle." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, July 22, 1930.
"WINGFIELD, FRANCES T., 72, of Lake Wales, firf Tuesday. A native of Indianapolis, she was a homemaker and lived in the area 53 years. Marion Nelson Funeral Home, Lake Wales." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 31, 1979, p. D7.
"LAKELAND, June 2 - (Special) - William C. Webster, 84, a 25-year resident here, died early today at his home. A retired university professor, he came from Michigan. The body will be shipped to Muskegan, Mich." From Tampa Morning Tribune, June 3, 1951.
"Mrs. Mamie H. Whidden of Arcadia, Dies in Atlanta - ARCADIA, March 17. - (Special) - Mrs. Mamie Haygood Whidden, 58, wife of R. F. Whidden of this city and member of one of south Florida's oldest families died Sunday afternoon in Atlanta after four weeks illness. Mrs. Whidden was born at Manatee but lived all her married life here. She was the first president of the Arcadia Women's club and was the president of this district for the Federated Women's clubs of the state. She is survived by her husband and three children, Mrs. Ed Welles, of Nocat??, and Jack Whidden, and Miss Ruby Whidden of Arcadia and several grandchildren. Funeral services will be held here Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Methodist church." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"WHITE, GROVER B. (BARNEY) - Funeral services for Grover B. (Barney) White, 37, resident of 8219 Mulberry Street, Past Commander of Russell Harris Post No. 4221 V. F. W., who passed away at a Tampa hospital Friday morning, will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. Interment in Rose Hill Cemetery. Military honors will be furnished by MacDill Air Force Base. Pallbearers: J. B. Shelar, Sam Snyder, A. S. Douglass, Excel Queen, Dave Clements, James Ward, Ed Kane, and Arch MacIntyre." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"WICKENS, JOSEPH - Joseph Wickens, 64, of 1305 DeLeon Street, died at his home Friday. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Henry Hoffman, of Woodrich, New Jersey. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Greenman." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, October 11, 1941.
"GLENN D. WILLIAMS - WAUCHULA (Special) - Glenn D. Williams, 57, died this morning in a Tampa hospital. He was born in DeSoto county and lived at Myakka Head until moving to Tampa about three years ago. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include a brother, W. O. Williams of Pompano Beach; five sisters, Mrs. Georgia Taylor of Ona; Mrs. Bonnie Herrin of Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. Lyndal Culp of Mulberry; Mrs. T. Williams of Jacksonville, and Mrs. F. S. Smith of Zolfo Springs." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, January 27, 1963.
Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, November 29, 1962: COL. HERBERT WILD - CLEARWATER (By Staff Writer) - Col. Herbert Joseph Wild, 87, of 50 Verbena St., died yesterday at MacDill Air Force Base. He moved here 12 years ago from Seattle, Wash., and was a retired U.S. Army Officer. He was a life member of the American Association of Civil Engineers and attended Pennsylvania Military School. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ester S. Wild; a son Wilcox B. Wild, Redondo Beach, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Springfielf, Va.; and five grandchildren.
"VELMA WALKER, 61, of Tampa died Sunday. She was a 20-year resident, coming from Kentucky. Stowers Funeral Home, Tampa. Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, October 29, 1981.
"WATERS, G. WILSON - Funeral services for G. Wilson Waters, who passed away near Frostproof Thursday, will be held at the Athens Baptist Church Sunday, Sept. 25th, 3 P. M., with The Rev. Carl Story, assisted by Rev. Dudley Best and Rev. J. N. Henry officiating. Interment will be in the Mount Pisgah Cemetery. The body will not be taken home as previously stated, but will be taken to the church, where it will lie in state from 2 to 3 P. M." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 25, 1955.
"WHITTINGTON, CLARENCE ERWIN - Funeral services for Clarence Erwin Whittington, 63, of Trilby, Fla., who passed away at his home Friday noon, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Trilby Methodist Church with Rev. W. B. Miller officiating, assiated by Rev. Alex Talbero, pastor. Mr. Whittington was a member of the Trilby Methodist Church. Interment will be in Dade City Cemetery. Survivors are Mrs. Nina Jeter Whittington, widow, Trilby; two daughters, Mrs. Henry Potter, New Port Richey, and Mrs. Bert Edwards, Trilby; two brothers, C. A. Whittington, Baton Rouge, La., and Roy Whittington, Magnolia, Miss.; two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Watts, Hattiesburg, Miss., and Mrs. Henry Parker, Los Angeles, Calif.; also four grandchildren, Tom Edwards, Trilby, and Whit Potter, Mrs. R. D. Stevenson, Jr., and Miss Bobbie Potter of New Port Richey. Pallbearers are Nelson Naber, Gene Ramsey, Ed Madill, Phil Atkinson, D. J. Morgan and H. E. Pittman. The American Legion will have charge of the services at the grave. Friends may call at Coleman & Ferguson Funeral Chapel until 1 p.m. today" Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, September 25, 1955.
"WALSINGHAM, JACK L. - Funeral services for Mr. Jack L. Walsingham, 51, of 4118 Granada St., a resident of Tampa for 42 years, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Platt St. The Rev. Irvine H. Williams, pastor of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, assisted by Dr. John B. Dickson, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating, with interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers are Victor B. Yeats, Robert H. Gilliam, Harry F. Culbreath, Terrell R. Young, H. Byron Broach, and Paul J. Alvarez." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"WITKOP, AUGUST C. - Funeral services for August C. Witkop, 73, resident of 3102 Massachusetts Ave., who passed away Sunday evening at a local hospital, will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home with Rev. Robert W. Hellman, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, officiating. The remains will then be sent to the Wallace & Heath Funeral Home, Middleport, N.Y., where interment will be held in the Lutheran Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), July 3, 1962, p. A2.
"Mrs. Wagner, Teacher35 Years, Dies - Mrs. Lura Mead Wagner, a teacher in Hilsborough schools for 35 years who numbered among her pupils some of the outstanding men this area of the state has produced, died Wednesday night at a Tampa hospital. Mrs. Wagner lived from the time she was three years old until her death at the age of 83, in the house her family built in Limona on Mead Ave., a street named for her mother. The Limona community itself was founded by her great uncle, Judge J. G. Knapp, who served as territorial judge of Mexico under Abraham Lincoln. Mrs. Wagner still had in her possession the papers President Lincoln issued to Judge Knapp at the time of his appointment. D. B. McKay, Hillsborough County historian, recalls that he often was called on to set the difficult-to-read articles Judge Knapp wrote by hand for The Tribune in the days when Knapp was a local authority on citrus problems. Home Began As Cabin - The Mead residence on Mead Ave. began its life as a two-room log house, and it was to this cabin that Mrs. Wagner moved as a child from Breeseport, N. Y., a town named for her mother's family and in which Mrs. Wagner was born. The Limona landmark in which Mrs. Wagner made her home for 80 years became, through gradual stages of growth, one of the big two-story houses of the community, but its log cabin nucleus remains intact. Mrs. Wagner taught in various Hillsborough schools and was an accounting instructor at the old Hatton Business College, now Tampa Business College. Among her pupils were many of Tampa's leading accountants, and two men distinguished for their military careers, Gen. James Van Fleet, of Bartow, and Frank Falsone, a past president of American Legion of Florida. Married At 62 - Mrs. Wagner did not marry until she was 62 years old, when she became the wife of the late Frank Wagnerm a former Tennessean. Her mother, Mrs. Georgia Breese Mead, was postmistress of Limona for many years. The body will lie in state at Limone Evangelical United Brethren Church from 12:30 o'clock tomorrow until 2, the hour of the funeral, when the casket will be closed. The Rev. C. W. A. Bredemier will officiate, and F. T. Blount Funeral directors will be in charge of the services. Active pallbearers will be D. G. Mook, Claude Garner, Charles Goodwin, N. M. Shafer, Clarence White and Cliff Nevill. Mrs. Wagner is survived by two step-children, Ross Wagner, of Texas, and Mrs. Ruth Wagner Sanborn, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Friday, October 26, 1956, p. 2-A.
"WILKINS - Funeral services over the remains of Wallace Wilkins, aged seventy-four years, who died Wednesday at his residence, No. 2706 Arlington avenue, will be held tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock from the parlors of Undertaker B. Marion Reed. The deceased was a native of Sioux City, Ia., and came here about four months ago in search of his health. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, R. A. Wilkins, who is connected with the Turner Marble Company of this city. The deceased was a member of the G. A. R. members of which are invited to attend the funeral services. Rev. Jones will conduct the services. The remains will be shipped to Sioux City, Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock, accompanied by his wife and son." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, February 15, 1918.
"WEST, L. A. - L. A. West, a resident of Zephyrhills, passed away Saturday, aged 73. He was well known in Tampa, and lived at 1918 E. Sligh Ave., for many years. later he was associated in real estate at Crystal River and Homosassa Springs. He is survived by his widow. Josephine E., one sister, Mrs. Della Whitehead, of Jacksonville, Fla. Funeral services will be held at Lairs Funeral Home Monday at 2 P. M. Interment in Oakside Cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"WILEY, MRS. ANNE B. - Funeral services for Mrs. Anne B. Wiley, aged 86, resident of 715 South Brevard, will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the J. L. Reed & Son Chapel, Bayshore Blvd. and Plant Ave., with The Rev. Millard C. Cleveland, pastor of the First Methodist Church, to officiate. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Pallbearers are Frank Knight, Allen C. McKay, Melvin H. Sweat, Gene Berni, Sam Davis, and Arthur Gibbons." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"WINAND, Phillip - Mr. Phillip Winand, 85, of 3617 E. Powhatan passed away in a local hospital Friday afternoon. Funeral services will be held at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon from the Belmont Heights Baptist Church with the pastor Rev. Frank Bishop officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Mr. Winand is survived by four daughters, Mrs. John Wesley Dennis of Atmore, Ala., Mrs. Isabell Dennis of Tampa, Mrs. Sallie Dennis of Tampa and Mrs. Kathryn Clark of California; 21 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. F. T. Blount Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A.
"ERNEST WITTMEYER - Ernest Wittmeyer, 83, 2131 37th St. S., St. Petersburg, died yesterday. A native of South Bend, Ind., he was a retired carpenter, a member of the First Presbyterian Church in St. Petersburg, and a member of Woodmen of the World. He is survived by his widow, Mellie E. Wittmeyer; four sons, Ralph E. Wittmeyer of St. Petersburg; Charles E. Wittmeyer, Tampa; Gerald I. Wittmeyer, Marietta, Ga., and Alvin R. Wittmeyer, of Springfield, ohio; three daughters, Mrs. Ernestine Sutton, of Clearwater; Mrs. Ruth Kuhn and Mrs. James A. Johnson, both of St. Petersburg; one sister, Mrs. Lillian Reynolds, Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, August 6, 1967.
"WELLS, MRS. JOSEPHINE ALEXANDER - Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Alexander Wells, 88, resident of 1202 East Louisiana, who passed away Tuesday morning in a local hospital, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. The Rev. A. C. McCall of St. Petersburg, Fla., will officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Glenn Smith, L. B. McSwain, Jr., W. W. Tyler, Gordan M. Breland, Jack Friedland, and Charlie Snipes. Honorary pallbearers will be L. B. McSwain, Sr., Jason Smith, John Wells, Dr. Burdette Smith, Dr. Edward Smoak, Sr., and T. M. Joyner." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"MRS. MARY F. WETHERINGTON - Mrs. Mary Frances Wetherington, 79, of 303 West Curtis avenue, died yesterday morning at Manavista. She is survived by her husband, R. B. Wetherington; three daughters, Mrs. E. L. Hicks, Jasper; Mrs. J. B. Sauls, Dover; and Mrs. S. L. Gilleland, Tampa; six sons, W. H. and J. E. Wetherington, Lakeland; J. P. and S. J. Wetherington, Dover; J. N. Wetherington, Bradenton, and R. B. Wetherington, jr., Manavista; 44 grandchildren and 57 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held this morning at 11 o'clock at the Salem Primtive Baptist church near Dover, with the Rev. Harvell conducting the services. Interment will be in Salem cemetery. Pallbearers will be selected from the grandsons. The funeral cortege will leave the residence at 10 o'clock." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, August 22, 1932, p. 2.
"Man Killed By Auto Identified - A pedestrian killed by an automobile while walking on State Road 574 near Mango Wednesday night was identified as John C. Winston, 68, Dover, by the Highway patrol yesterday. He was identified through some bus tickets found in his pocket. The Highway Patrol said a sister, Mrs. Emily Koller, Los Angeles, Calif., had been notified. Mr. Winston lived alone in a trailer in Dover." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 17, 1954, p. 8-A.
"WRUBEL, JOHN - Funeral services for John Wrubel, 63, of 8310 Marks St., will be conducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the chapel of the Duval Funeral Home with The Rev. Copeland, pastor of the Sulphur Springs Church of Christ, officiating. Cremation will follow." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, October 11, 1954, p. 2-A. Also: "JOHN WRUBEL - John Wrubel, 63, of 8310 Marks St., died suddenly Friday night in a Tampa hospital. A native of Poland, he had resided in Tampa for the past 10 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Marie Wrubel." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, Sunday, October 10, 1954, p. 8-A.
"WILKINSON, THOMAS B. - Thomas B. Wilkinson, age 58, of 406 East Selma and formerly of Arlington, Va., passed awway Tuesday in a local hospital. The remains were shipped to Raleigh, N. C., care of Clyde Kelly Funeral Home, for services and interment. Local arrangements by F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"WILLIAMS, SAMUEL POSTELL - The remains of Samuel Postell Williams, 71, resident of Thomasville, Ga., who passed away at a Tampa hospital Tuesday morning, were sent Tuesday night by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home to Dekle Funeral Home, Thomasville, Ga., for funeral services. Interment will be in Union Cemetery, Georgia." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, May 6, 1954, p. 2.
"WALTER WABULLAR, 25, of Tampa, died Nov. 20 in a homicide. A native of Columbia, he had lived in the Tampa Bay area nine months. He is survived by his parents, Tlopentino and Victoria of Columbia. Oak Hill Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW).
"CARRIE S. WILSON, 89, of Tampa died Thursday. A native of Tell City, Ind., she lived in the Bay area since 1925. She was a retired buyer for Maas Brothers. She is survived by one sister, Mamie Pelhank of Tampa. B. Marion Reed Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 11, 1983, p. B9.
"MRS. SALLIE HOOKS WALTERS - Mrs. Sallie Hooks Walters, 73, widow of John A. Walters, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Guy B. Greeson, 2630 Sunset Drive. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the home with Dr. C. W. Duke officiating. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Pallbearers will be Lee Bentley, Kirk Gunby, H. S. Hampton, Eugene Chairs, Duncan Patrick and G. D. Bowls. Besides Mrs. Greeson, Mrs. Walters is survived by two brothers, William and Thomas Hooks and a sister, Mrs. Lulu Burkhalter, all of Americus, Ga., and two grandchildren, Stuart and Sallye Greeson, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Monday, March 2, 1931, p. 2.
"MRS. CZESLAWA WCISLO - Mrs. Czeslawa Wcislo, 72, 122 W. Knowlwood, died yesterday afternoon in a local hospital. A native of Vladimir, Poland, she had resided in Tampa for nine years. She was a member of the Polish Democratic Club. Survivors include her husband, John Wcislo, Tampa; two sons, Theodore A. Wcislo, Tampa, and Edmund Wcislo, Stuart; one daughter, Mrs. Jean Engel, New York City; one sister, Mrs. M. Cajawski, Franklin Square, N.Y.; one brother, Adam Lacine(?), Long Island, N.Y., and five grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, June 14, 1961, p 2.

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"XIQUES, SYLVIA - Fuenral services for Miss Sylvia Xiques, 20, will be held today at 4 P.M. at the A. P. Boza chapel. Interment in Woodlawn. She is survived by her parents, Robert and Maria Xiques and three brothers, Evelio Xiques, Antonio and Pipi Jimenez. Pallbearers: Evelio Thomas, William Gomez, Julio de los Reyes, Mike Xiques, Thomas Batista, and Leonardo Riscili. Honorary pallbearers: Emilio and Gustavo Xiques, Charlie Gonzalez, Julian Fabian, Angel Gomez, and Antonio Jiminez." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Wednesday, November 20, 1957, p. 2.
"XIQUIS - Caridad Xiquis, wife of Carlos Xiquis, No. 540 Green street, West Tampa, died at 4 p. m. yesterday at the age of fifty-one years. She is survived by her husband and five children. Funeral services will be held from the residence at 4 p. m. today with interment in Woodlawn cemetery under the direction of B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Monday, August 8, 1921, p. 2
"XIQUES - TAMPA - Funeral services for Mr. Gustavo Xiques, 77, of 7214 N. Church St., will be conducted Friday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. from the chapel of Jennings Funeral Home with Dr. Fernando Alonso, pastor the Galilean Baptist Church officiating. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mr. Xiques is survived by his widow, Rosa Hernandez Xiques; 2 daughters, Mrs. Delores Reeves, Miami, and Mrs. Dorothy Hamp, Tampa; 2 step-sons, Shelby G. Gibson, James A. Gibson, both of Tampa; 2 brothers, Miguel Xiques, Emilio Xiques; 3 granddaughters, 1 grandson, and 2 great granddaughters. Friends may call this evening 7 until 9 p.m. at the Jennings Funeral Home Inc." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, October 2, 1975, p. 15-D.
"ROBERTO XIQUES - Roberto Xiques, age 16, formerly of Tampa, was drowned in New York City. He is survived by his parents, Roberto and Maria Xiques, of New York; three brothers, Joe, Evelio and Tony Xiques; a sister, Silvia Xiques, New York City, and his grandparents, Rafael Reyes and Mrs. Maria Calleja, of 1412 10th Ave., Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 4, 1951, p. 2.
"MRS. ELOISE XIQUES - Mrs. Eloise Xiques, 59, 3405 Green St., died Monday at a hospital. She is survived by her husband, Gustave Xiques; two sons, Shelby Gibson, Tampa; Capt. James A. Gibson, Ft. Bragg, N. C.; two daughters, Mrs. DOrothy Hamp, Tampa; Mrs. Dolores Bichette, St. Petersburg; seven sisters, Mrs. Nathalee Duarte, Tampa; Mrs. Hermida Magrinat, Mrs. Isabel Saracino, Mrs. Mary Acosta, Havana, Cuba; Mrs. Stella Lansky, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Ramona Wrey, Vero Beach, and Mrs. Mamie Setti, Pensacola; one brother, George Magrinat; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She was a resident of Tampa for over 30 years." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Tuesday, August 21, 1951, p. 2.
"CARLOS XIQUES - Carlos Xiques, 87, of 909 Gilchrist Ave., died last night at a Tampa hospital. He is survived by three sons, Gus, Emilio, and Miguel Angel Xiques, a daughter, Mrs. Evangelina Batista, 12 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), Thursday, January 19, 1950, p. 2.

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"YEE YU - Yee Yu died in a hospital yesterday. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home of J. L. Reed & Son this afternoon at 4 o'clock with the Rev. E. L. Nance of the First Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery." Published in The Tampa Tribune, August 31, 1930, p. 1-2.
"MARCO YOUVAN - PLANT CITY (Special) - Marco Youvan, 74, Tindale Road, died in Bay Pines Wednesday. He was a native of Turkey and came to the United States as a boy. He was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a crane operator for the U.S. Steel Corp. and a member of the Commandery Knights Templar Lodge 57, Gary, Ind., and the Blue Lodge, Joliet, Ill. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lily Belle Youvan, and one son, Ronald Marco Youvan, Plant City." Published in the Tampa Tribune, Friday, February 7, 1964, p. A2.
"YEAGER, Catherine A., 73, of Brooksville. Died Monday. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home, Brooksville." Published in The Tampa Tribune, January 17, 1978, p. D7.
"YOUNG, MRS. JESSIE - Mrs. Jessie Young, age 73, of Plant City, passed away Thursday morning at her residence. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home with The Rev. W. E. Britt, pastor of the Cork Church of Christ, officiating. Interment will be in Jackson Heights Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Winton Michelle, Richard King, Fred Jochumsen, Gerald Thompson, Robert Alderman and Frank Burney." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 17, 1958, p. A2.
"JOHN WILLIAM YATES - John William Yates died yesterday at his residence, 3417 Twelfth street. Besides his wife, he is survived by four daughters and six sons. Funeral services will be held from the chapel of B. Marion Reed, the time to be announced later. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, March 18, 1930.
"PLANT CITY ITEMS - Special correspondance Tampa Tribune - Died on Sabbath morning, October 18, at the family home, of consumption, Mrs. Nannie Yates, wife of C. J. Yates of this city. Mrs. Yates had been a patient sufferer for some months and was fully prepared for this great change. She had been a faithful and consistent member of the Baptist church for some years dying in the perfect faith and full assurance of a Savior's love, leaving a husband and several children to mourn in sorrow the early death of a most amiable, cultured and devoted Christian wife and mother. Funeral service at the house at 2 p. m. Sunday by Rev. Mr. Bogart, assisted by the Rev. F. Pixton, and the remains were carried Monday to Pelot cemetery for interment." Published in The Tampa Tribune, October 15, 1895, p. 4, col. 2.
"YOUNG, MRS. MARY ETTA - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Etta Young, 91, of 6608 Central Ave., a resident of Tampa for 19 years, who passed away Friday night, will be held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, ? Platt at Plant Ave., Rev. William H. Kadel, pastor of Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, officiating, with interment in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Survivors are a son, James H. Young, Orlando, Fla., and four grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Monday, February 19, 1951.
"A. D. YOUNG - PLANT CITY, Aug. 23. - (Special) - A. D. Young pioneer resident of Hillsborough county, died today at his home near Plant City. He was born Oct. 2, 1855. Mr. Young is survived by his widow and two daughters, Mrs. J. L. Collins, Mrs. D. Mahon; two sons, J. H. and B. O. Young of Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Mattie Casey, and a brother, james Young, of Plant City. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at Cork Academy Methodist Church with burial at Oak Lawn cemetery in Plant City." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 24, 1934.
"GEORGIANNA YOUNG - Georgianna Young, 5-week-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Young, of 613 Bell street, died Sunday at a hospital. Funeral services will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock at the Greenman-Company home by the Rev. A. A. Smith, pastor of the Tampa Gospel center. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery." Taken from The Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday, September 4, 1934.
"ELLEN YOUNG, 82, of Ruskin, died Wednesday. A native of Lima, Ohio, she had lived in the Tampa Bay area since 1946. She was a homemaker and a Protestant. She is survived by one daughter, Linda Simmons of Ruskin; and two grandchildren. Garden of Memories-Myrtle Hill Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Thursday, January 12, 1989, p. 2 (NW).
"MRS. MARY ETTA YOUNG - Mrs. Mary Etta Young, 91, of 6608 Central Ave., a resident of Tampa for 19 years, died at home Friday evening. She is survived by a son, James H. Young, Orlando, and four grandchildren." Published in The Tampa Sunday Tribune, February 18, 1951, p. 10A.
"DANIEL T. YOUNGBLOOD - Daniel T. Youngblood, 57, of 1403 Paris street, died yesterday at a hospital. He is survived by three brothers, Robert Youngblood, of Clearwater; J. S. Youngblood, of Citrus Park, and S. B. Youngblood, of Detroit; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Grande, of Jacksonville, and Miss Verletta Youngblood, of Toledo, Ohio; two daughters, Miss Christine Youngblood, of Fort Pierce, and Mrs. P. J. Kelly, of Tampa, and four sons, T. J. Youngblood, of Mayfield, Ky.; Herbert Youngblood and Hugh Youngblood, of Tampa, and Carl Youngblood, of West Palm Beach. Funeral services will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Tribune, March 31, 1931, p. 2.
"YOUNGBLOOD - Funeral services for R. T. Youngblood, 76, who died at his residence at Citrus Park Sunday morning, were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Green Springs Cemetery, under the direction of F. T. Blount, mortician. The Rev. Mr. Lewis officiated." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 12, 1925, p. D10.
"YOUNGBLOOD - Funeral services for Mrs. Julia P. Youngblood, 50, who died at her residence at Citrus Park were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Safety Harbor Methodist Church. Burial was in Safety Harbor Cemetery, under direction of F. T. Blount, mortician." Published in The Tampa Tribune, May 27, 1925, p. A2.
"A. J. YOUNGBLOOD - WAUCHULA, June 5. - (Special) - A. J. Youngblood, 70, died suddenly at his home a few miles north of here Sunday morning. Funeral services were held Monday at Coker's chapel, conducted by the Rev. James W. Rogers. Burial was in Wauchula cemetery. He was a native of Pinellas county, and lived here two years. Survivors include three children, C. L. Youngblood, of Wauchula, Mrs. J. M. Hendrix and Mrs. Mary Oden, of Tampa." Published in The Tampa Tribune, June 6, 1934, p. 2.
"J. F. YOUNGBLOOD - CLEARWATER, Jan. 16. - (Special) - J. F. Youngblood, 77, died last night after a short illness. He had lived here for more than 20 years. Survivors include two daughters, Miss Norma Youngblood, Tampa, and Mrs. Maude Barrington, Dunedin; three sons, Lawrence, Clearwater, Henry, Tampa, and Dick, of the army, a Guadalcanal veteran." Published in The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida, USA), January 17, 1944, p. 2.

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"HARVEY K. ZOLLINGER - WINTER PARK, Dec. 21. - (AP) - Harvey Kauffman Zollinger, 81, formerly attorney at St. Mary's City, Md., died here today." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, December 22, 1950.
"AMELIA ZIMMERMAN - Amelia Zimmerman died last night at 9:30 o'clock at the residence, 5710 Central avenue. Funeral arrnagements are in charge of B. Marion Reed and will be announced later." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Thursday, January 27, 1927, page 22.
"MRS. AMELIA ZIMMERMAN - Funeral services for Mrs. Amelia Zimmerman, grandmother of C. A. Hellems, of the Tampa Electric Company, who died Wednesday, will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Jones, 5710 Central avenue, who she was visiting at the time of her death. Besides Mrs. Jones, she is survived by three other daughters, Mrs. Minnie Whittaker, of Tampa; Mrs. Mattie Brczosski, of Honor, Mich.; Selden, of Honor, and Walter, of Detroit; also two sisters, Mrs. R. J. Ross, Bowling Green, Ohio, and Miss Mary Wells, of Honor. Rev. H. J. Brazelton, pastor of the First Christian church, will officiate. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill cemetery, under the direction of B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, January 28, 1927, p. 24 Also: "MRS. AMELIA ZIMMERMAN - Funeral services for Mrs. Amelia Zimmerman, who died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Jones, 5710 Central avenue, Wednesday night, were held yesterday afternoon from the residence of Mrs. Jones. The Rev. H. J. Brazelton, pastor of the First Christian church, conducted the services. Burial was in Myrtle Hill cemetery, under direction of B. Marion Reed." Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Saturday, January 29, 1927, p. 22
"WILLIAM J. ZINK - ST. PETERSBURG BEACH (Special) - William J. Zink, 77, 440 Bayview Drive, died Saturday. He was a retired sales engineer for Matthews Conveyor Co., and moved here five months ago from Birmingham, Ala. He was a member of the Catholic Church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Sara Jane Zink." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, June 19, 1962, p. 2-A.
"WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN - William F. Zimmerman, resident of Tampa since 1910, died in a St. Petersburg hospital Wednesday morning after a long illness. Mr. Zimmerman was in the lumber business both in the United States and South America before retirement. Survivors are one son, Rowland Zimmerman, Chicago, and a daughter, Mrs. Hortense Zimmerman Robinson, Miami." Also, funeral notice: "ZIMMERMAN, WILLIAM F. - Funeral services for Mr. William F. Zimmerman, age 80, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from J. L. Reed & Son, Bayshore and Plant Ave., with The Reverend William Kadel, pastor of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, officiating, with interment in Orange Hill Cemetery." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, Friday, August 10, 1951, p. 2-A.
"ZATARAIN - Memorial service for Alice Zatarain who died 11-17-92 will be 4 P.M. Friday Nov. 20th at St. John's Presbyterian Church, 4120 N. MacDill. Visitation with family from 3 to 4 P.M. In lieu of flowers contributions to the Trust Fund of her son Johnathon Coney. Published in The Tampa Tribune, November 20, 1992, p. 7 (Florida/Metro)
"ZERBE - INVERNESS - Funeral services for Mr. Louis W. Zerbe, will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Inverness Chapel of Hooper Funeral Home." Published in The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, December 3, 1974, p. 7D.
"ZENDEGUI, JOSEPH GABRIEL - Funeral services for Mr. Joseph Gabriel Zendegui, 66, 3111 Chapin Ave., resident of Tampa for 65 years, who passed away in a local hospital Wednesday night, will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at Christ the King Catholic Church at which time a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul by Rev. Fr. Mark McLoughin, pastor. Interment in Garden of Memories. Pallbearers, Scott M. Lee, Albert M. Elmer, Albert E. Dennis, James T. Morton, Jr., Ralph J. Quaglin and Dennis E. Brennan, Jr. Rosary services will be held Friday night at 8 o'clock at Marsicano Funeral Home, 4040 Henderson Blvd. Pallbearers please meet at the funeral home at 9:30 Saturday morning." Published in the Tampa Morning Tribune, January 17, 1958, p. A2.