The Breeze – February 2, 1911 – Page 8

OBITUARIES

 

JOHN L. CREARY: Mr. John L. Creary of Pensacola, who has been here for the past year living in the pine woods in the hope that he might get some relief from consumption, died suddenly Thursday night (January 26, 1911) from a hemorrhage . The body was taken to Pensacola on Friday night for burial there.

 

F.S. WILLIAMS: Mr. Floyd S. Williams Sr. died at his home on 13th St. on Sunday evening from apoplexy after an illness of only a few hours, and was laid to rest on Tuesday morning. The Rev. D.B. Slaughter conducted the services. A wife and 3 daughters, Mrs. J.E. Douglas of Tarpon Springs, Nellie Mae and Julia, and 3 sons, A.G.,F.S., and Ralph are left to mourn his loss.

Mr. Williams has been a resident here for several years and was formerly in the turpentine business at Glendale.

 

INFANT CAMPBELL: The infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Campbell of Laurel Hill was taken to the Valley Cemetery for burial.

 

Contributed by Michael Strickland

The Breeze – February 2, 1911 – Page 8

Mr. Floyd S. Williams Sr., died at his home on 13th street Sunday evening from apoplexy after an illness of only a few hours, and was laid to rest Tuesday morning. Rev. D. B. Slaughter conducting the services. A wife and three daughters, Mrs. J. E. Douglas of Tarpon Springs, Nellie Mae and Julia, and three sons, A. G., F. S., and Ralph are left to mourn his loss.

Mr. Williams has been a resident here for several years and was formerly in the turpentine business at Glendale.

[Contributed by Michael Strickland]