The DeFuniak Herald – February 21, 1946

Isaiah S Gomillion passed away at his home near Liberty, on Wednesday, Feb 13. He was born in Walton Co and was 56 yrs of age. Funeral held at Cluster Springs church on Thursday, Feb 14 with interment in Cluster Springs Cemetery. Survivors include wife, 5 daughters, Mrs Anna Mae Griffin, Mrs Dore Mae Hobbs, Mrs Myrtice Kirkland, Mary Lou & Rhogene Gomillion, 4 sons; James E, Cecil, Joel & Carl Gomillion.

(Card of Thanks in later paper signed Mrs Adelis Gomillion, Mr Jessie A Gomillion, Mr Walter Gomillion and Mrs G E McDaniel.)

[Contributed by Lois Danley and Sharon Watson]

The DeFuniak Herald – April 1946 – Obituaries

April 11, 1946

Fitzhugh Lee Gomillion, 59, passed away at his home in Ponce de Leon Apr 8. He was a lifetime resident of Walton Co. Services were held at Euchee Valley Church on April 9, interment was made in the church’s cemetery.  Survivors include a wife, the former Miss Cardell Rushing, 3 sons, Ralph, Jeraldan & Howard Lee Gomillion, 2 daughters, Mrs Maudine Finger & Mrs Jenette Byrd, 2 sisters, Mrs Ola Hurley & Mrs Nora Peacock.

April 18, 1946

Richard Emory Still, 6mos son of Mr & Mrs Morris Still (Ethel Pate) died at Pensacola hospital, Monday , April 9.  Services were held at the Freeport Baptist Tuesday with interment made at Hatcher cemetery. Survivors include the parents, and a grandmother, Mrs W E Still of Miss.

Mrs Josephine Wachob died at her home Monday April 15, age 68 yrs and native of Florida. Services held at the Otter Creek Church on Tuesday and interment at the church cemetery. Survivors include 3 brothers Joe, Marion & Jim Ammons, 3 sisters, Mrs J L King,  Mrs Anna Helms & Mrs Emma Shirley.

Elton D Peacock passed away at Bay Pines Veterans Hospital on Wednesday Apr 10. Services were held at Bay Pines on Friday. He was veteran of WWI, having served in 167th Infantry, Co. E of the Rainbow Division and was gassed at the battle of Chateau-Thierry.  Survivors include a widow, Bernice Walden Peacock, his father, Simeon P Peacock, sister Mrs Vassie Russo, 4 brothers, Colin, Simon, Clifford & Pat Peacock.

[Contributed by Lois Danley and Sharon Watson]