Hillsborough County Florida Obituaries
Surnames beginning with C.
MRS. CALLAHAN DIES AT HOSPITAL HERE.
Mrs. Gertrude M, Callahan, 36, wife of John C. Callahan, manager of the Thomas Jefferson hotel, died yesterday, morning at a hospital, Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Sacred Heart Catholic church with the Rev. Henry Fleuren officiating. Burial will be In Myrtle Hill cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Edward Schabert, Dr. E. Shaver, C. J. Hardee, J. A. Larkin, R, B. McNeil and Walter Heidt. Honorary pallbearers will, be Dr. Percy Ahrons, James Roach, Ned Hinson, C. J. Jenkins, Sam Zinko, John Boushall, L, J. Dillon, Al Phillips, Francis Sack, Trenton 0, Collins, Walter Monroe, Nelson Geiger Wilmer Sadler, Gabe Zendugi, Grady Crawford, W. E; Mitchell, Alonzo B. McMullen, Addison Logan, Dr. H. M. Cook, Dr. Dan P. Galvin, W. J, Gilligan, L, B, Giles, Howard Macfarlann, C.D. Logan, M. Leo Elliott and Morris Givens. Active and honorary, pallbearers have been asked to meet tomorrow morning at 8:30 o'clock at the J. L. Reed & Son funeral home. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Jack Callahan; her mother, Mrs.. Mary Mullane, of Lawrence, Mass., five brothers and a sister.
[ Source: Tampa Tribune, 1932-06-21.]
Submitted by BZ.
E. E. Carter
E. E. Carter Died Suddenly
Former Citizen of Lowndes Found Dead in His Bed
He Lived for Many Years Near Milltown And Moved to Tampa Four or Five Years Ago--He Leaves Many Relatives and Friends Here, Who Will Regret his Death.
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
Mr. E. E. Carter, who moved from this section to Tampa, Fla., four or five years ago, was found dead in his bed last Friday morning at his home in that city. Mr. Carter had many relatives and friends in Lowndes and Berrien counties having lived for many years in Milltown. He went to Tampa years ago, joining his sons who had been living there for a long while. We copy the following notice of Mr. Carter's death from the Tampa Tribune of the 10th inst.;
E. E. Carter, father of the late deceased Capt. Samuel J. Carter, was found dead at his home 2004 Florida Avenue by his wife, Mrs. M. E. Carter, and son, Albert Carter, at an early hour yesterday morning, death having to all appearances claimed him at about 5 o'clock. "A few minutes prior to this hour, Mrs. Carter awakening, called her husband. There was no response. Albert Carter, who rooms nearby was called and upon investigating found Mr. Carter still warm in death." "The deceased has been ill since Christmas, at which time he was attacked by a complication of diseases resulted in his demise. A portion of this period he has been unable to sleep in bed, snatching quiet slumbers at intervals in a large rocking chair placed for his convenience." Mr. Carter fought as a Georgia soldier through the Civil War. He was a member of Camp Loring, No. 1026 U. C. V. (of Tampa), which organization will in all probability attend his funeral today. He was 73 years of age.
He leaves to mourn him a widow Mrs. M. E. Carter; four sons, George B. Carter, John E. Carter, Albert W. Carter, of Tampa and Elijah J. Carter, of Brooksville; a sister, Mrs. Copeland, of Howell, Ga. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock today from the residence. Interment will be in charge of J. L. Deed. The following pallbearers have been selected and are expected to meet at the Reed Undertaking parlors at 9:30: T. N. Henderson, W. C. Sellars, J. P. Hardee, John J. Heidt, C. A. Heidt and L. J. Lester. Funeral services will be preached by Rev. C. H. Nash.
NOTES: This obituary was also printed in the March 10, 1906 edition of the Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Florida. Elijah's wife is Margaret "Maggie" Carroll Carter. Elijah's parents are Samuel and Mary Lee Westerington Carter. Elijah's son, that is mentioned in this obituary, is Captain Samuel J. Carter of the Tampa police department who died in the line of duty on June 2, 1905. Several members of this family are buried with Elijah in Woodlawn cemetery, Tampa, Florida. Elijah's wife's obituary can also be found in the Tampa Tribune.
[Source: The Valdosta Times; Page 5; March 17, 1906.]
Transcribed and submitted by Tam Inman.
ESTIMABLE LADY PASSES TO THE GREAT BEYOND
Mrs. Magee E. Carter Succumbs to Grim Reaper After Long Illness--Mother of Several Children.
After several months illness, Mrs. Magee E. Carter died at the home of her son, Albert Carter, Campobello avenue, yesterday afternoon shortly after 2 o'clock. Mrs. Carter was 66 years of age, and was a most estimable lady and a consistent member of the Palm Avenue Baptist Church.
Several months ago Mrs. Carter was stricken with a fatal malady and everything that loving hands and physicians could do was done in hopes of saving her life. Deceased leaves four sons and two daughters; G. B. Carter, Albert Carter, Joe Carter, and John Edwin Carter, all residents of Tampa, and Mrs. Lulu Vining, Wildwood, Fla., and Mrs. Ida Denham, DuPont, Ga.
The funeral will take place today at the residence of Albert Carter. The following pallbears have been requested to serve: Patrolman J. T. Warren, A. L. Crompton, Charles Friend, J. P. Hardee, B. F. Waters, T. B. Smith and W. W. Woodward. The funeral services will be said by Rev. C. W. Duke and the interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery under the direction of undertaker J. L. Reed.
NOTES: Margaret was the wife of Elijah E. Carter, daughter of James and Elizabeth Carroll. She was also the mother of Captain Samuel J. Carter, of the Tampa police department, who died in the line of duty on June 2, 1905. Elijah's obituary can also be found in the Tampa Tribune.
[Source: The Tampa Tribune; Page 3; Friday, June 26, 1908.]
Transcribed and submitted by Tam Inman.
SUSIE BELL CLARK
Child, 3 Fatally Burned Starting Fire in Heater
Susie Bell Clark, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Clark of Grant Park, burned last Friday when she attempted to build a fire in a heating stove to warm her hands, died Sunday morning in the Tampa hospital.
The little girl, who would have.been four years old In January, was left at a neighbor's house while the parents came to Tampa. She returned home before her parents and started to build a fire in a stove, When the parents entered the front gate of their home Susie ran out the front door, her clothing afire, The father, tearing off his coat, extinguished the blaze but not before it had severely burned her body.
Funeral services were held at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the J. L. Reed funeral home, with burial in Orange Hill cemetery.
[ Source: Tampa Morning Tribune, Tuesday November 27, 1928]
Transcribed and Submitted by Barbara Ziegenmeyer.
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