Hillsborough County Florida Obituaries
Surnamed Beginning With M


ROLL OF THE DEAD

MILLS--Hugh W. Mills, seventy-eight years of age, died yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Polson, No. 102 Pierce street. The deceased, a veteran of the Civil War, was a native of Atlanta. He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Emma McDaniels, Mrs. Hattie Nasworth, Mrs. Thomas Singleton, Atlanta; Mrs. H. O. Kennedy, Manila, P. I. and Mrs. Pol-Fon, Tampa; two sons, V. I. Mills, Atlanta, and T. Mills, Newport News, and two brothers, J. T. Mills and F. Mills, Atlanta. Funeral arrangement will be announced later.

[ Source: The Tampa Tribune, Florida: September 29, 1919]
Transcribed and submitted by Tam Inman.

MRS. CLARA C. McEWEN

Funeral services for Mrs., Clara C. McEwen, 69, who died Sunday, were held at the Hopewell cemetery yesterday afternoon. Burial was in Hopewell cemetery.

[Source: Tampa Tribune, 1932-06-21.]

Submitted by BZ

JAMIE MARTINEZ

Jamie Martinez, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Martinez, 1308 Fourteenth avenge, died yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will be held this morning at 11 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be in Centre Astutiano cemetery.

[Source: Tampa Morning Tribune Tuesday November 27, 1928]

Transcribed and submitted by Barbara Ziegenmeyer
MRS. CARLOTA SAN MARTIN

Mrs. Carlota San Martin Dies at Residence Here Mrs. Carlota San Martin, 60, who with her husband, P. San Martin, well known in Ybor City, came to Tampa 43 years ago from Havana, Cuba, died yesterday morning at the residence, 914 Seventeenth avenue. Funeral services will be held at the home this afternoon at 6 o'clock with burial in Orange Hill cemetery. Mrs. San Martin also is survived by three sons, P. Jr., James and Charles, and three daughters, Mrs. Erundina San Martin, Mrs. Cohauelo Jimenez and Mrs. Sarah Garcia.

[Source: Tampa Morning Tribune Tuesday November 27, 1928]

Transcribed and submitted by Barbara Ziegenmeyer
THOMAS H. MATHEWS

Tourist Falls Dead In Brokerage Office
Thomas H, Mathews, 70, of St. Petersburg, and Boston, fell dead yesterday morning in the offices of Thomson and McKinnon, stock brokers, 610 First National Bank building. Death was due to brain hemorrhage, according to Dr. J. d. Pate, summoned from his office nearby. Mr. Mathews. Who spends his winters at 441 Sixth street north in St, Petersburg, was a visitor at the brokerage office yesterday morning for the first time. He seated himself to read the opening quotations of the market and then, suddenly sunk back, in his chair. Friends who accompanied him here from St. Petersburg said he had been ill for many years, He leaves a widow in Boston. The body was sent to Boston last night.

[Source: Tampa Morning Tribune Tuesday November 27, 1928]

Transcribed and submitted by Barbara Ziegenmeyer



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