Hillsborough County Florida Obituaries
Surnamed Beginning With W




MRS. WETHERELL CIVIL AND CHURCH LEADER HERE DIES.

Mrs. Harriet S. Wetherell, 71, for many years an active church and civic leader in Tampa, died yesterday rooming at the municipal hospital. A resident of Tampa since 1898, Mrs. Wetherell was always active in church and civic affairs. She was one of the founders; of the Tampa Woman's club and was active for many years in the Y. W. C. A. She served as president of both organizations. . For about 20 years she had been in charge of the primary department of the Hyde Park Methodist Sunday school She was a leader in Methodist womens work and In the Woman's Christian Temperance union. Born in Louisville April 20, 1861, she was married to 0. D. Wetherell of Chicago, at Topeka, Kan., in 1885. The family moved to Tampa in 1898 where Mr. Wetherell became a property owner and developed one of the early Suburb Beautiful section subdivisions before his death in 1911. Funeral services will be held at the Hyde Park Methodist church, Piatt street and Cedar avenue, this morning at 11 o'clock with the Rev. Homer Thompson, pastor, officiating. The church board of stewards, of which Mrs. Wetherell was a member, will be honorary pallbearers. The following will be active pallbearers: T. F. Alexander, C. E. Ball, Zed Williams, Maynard Ramsey, Hoyt Woodbery and E. A. Dunn, Burial will be In Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Wetherell is survived by two brothers, W. F. Senour, 612 Azeele street, and J, F. Senour, Albuquerque, N. M.; one sister, Mrs. F. L. Milliken, of Waverly avenue; four, children; Robert: M, Wetherell, Orlando; Mrs. Sybil W. Griffin, Ocala; O. D. Wetherell, and Mrs. Louise W, Hansen; and by a niece, Mrs. Carlotta W. Eros and. 10 grandchildren. The body will lie in state at the Greenman company funeral home.

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

Submitted by BZ.

MRS. ELIZA WILLIAMS

Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza Williams were held yesterday at the W. Primo Lord funeral home.

[ Source: Tampa Tribune Jan. 12, 1931]
Submitted by Tam Inman.

SAMUEL B. STALLS

Funeral services for Samuel B. Stalls, day old son, of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stalls of 6000 River Terrace were held yesterday afternoon from the chapel of B. Marion Reed. Interment was in Myrtle Hill cemetery.

[ Source: Tampa Tribune Jan. 12, 1931]

Submitted by Tam Inman.



THOMAS WINDSOR

St. Andrews, FL- Thomas Windsor Dies Thomas Windsor, an unmarried man, died at the residence of his brother in West End on Saturday afternoon. He had been ill some time, suffering from bronchial tuberculosis. There was a large attendance at the funeral, services being held at the grave.

[ Source: Panama City Pilot ~ Panama City, Washington County, Florida ~ January 9, 1908]

Transcribed as written by D. Donlon.




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