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St. Petersburg Independent
1908 through 1935

A, B and C Surnames
Surname Given Name Age Comment Place of Death Death Date Publication Date * Page-Col
ABERCROMBIE John B., Dr.

St. Petersburg, FL 1/22/1912 Monday, Jan 22, 1912
1-2
ACHESON Edward Goodrich
Scientist and inventor, St. Petersburg resident New York, NY 7/6/1931 Tuesday, Jul 7, 1931
1-A-1
ADAMS Elizabeth, Mrs.
Pioneer resident (Photo)
10/16/1934 Tuesday, Oct 16, 1934
2-7
ALBRIGHT Owen 90 Many years a resident of St. Petesburg and originator of Shell fence, which surrounded his home seen by thousands of tourists.
9/15/1920 Thursday, Sep 16, 1920
1-4
ALEXANDER George H.
Of Gulfport, drops dead at Ninth Street and Tangerine Avenue St. Petersburg, FL
Tuesday, Aug 26, 1913
1-1
ALEXANDER J. F.
President, Alexander National Bank (Photo)
12/17/1925 Friday, Dec 18, 1925
1-A-3
ALLEN Henry, Dr.
Physician
9/14/1931 Tuesday, Sep 15, 1931
5-3
ALLEN I. P. Mrs. 86 Early settler in Florida; 12 years a resident of St. Petersburg.
9/27/1920 Tuesday, Sep 28, 1920
5-6
ALLEN Mollie R., Mrs.
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg Tupelo, MS 10/9/1932 Monday, Oct 10, 1932
4-5
ALLEN Robert H., Capt. 62   Gulfport, FL 7/24/1919 Thursday, July 24, 1919   5-7
ALLISON W. E.
Pioneer resident
12/29/1934 Saturday, Dec 29, 1934
2-5
ALLISON William G. 64 Real estate man St. Petersburg, FL 12/6/1923 Friday, Dec 7, 1923
1-2
ANDERSON M. E., Mrs.
Pioneer resident
5/24/1933 Thursday, May 25, 1933
8-5
ANDERSON Sallie, Mrs.
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg Crystal River, FL 8/26/1920 Monday, Aug 26, 1929
1-1
ANDREWS Ephriam C. 78
St. Petersburg, FL 8/25/1923 Saturday, Aug 25, 1923
5-5
ANSLIE Virginia Van Zant, Mrs. 71 Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg Skyland, NC 8/17/1923 Friday, Aug 17, 1923
4-3
ARMINGTON Joseph W. 87 He was prominent Mason in Massachusetts. St. Petersburg, FL 4/8/1921 Saturday, Apr 9, 1921
5-4
ARMISTEAD Sarah, Mrs.
Generally known as the "Mother of St. Petersburg," dies at the home of her son, R. C. M. Judge. She was the wife of General John C. Williams, founder of St. Petersburg; came here with him in 1886 and made her home here in 1890. (Photo and cut lines) Detroit, MI 12/15/1917 Saturday, Dec 15, 1917
5-4
ARNOLD Daniel E. 78
St. Petersburg, FL 8/26/1919 Wednesday, Aug 27, 1919
5-5
ASKEW Jack
Supervisor of sewers for St. Petersburg
12/27/1915 Tuesday, Dec 28, 1915
1-6
BACHMAN Samuel Wilson, Dr. 94 Confederate veteran and resident of St. Petersburg for 25 years.
12/27/1923 Thursday, Dec 27, 1923
1-6
BACKUS Lillian, Mrs.
Pioneer hotel operator of St. Petersburg Tarpon Springs, FL 11/22/1931 Monday, Nov 23, 1931
6-A-3
BAINUM Electa O., Mrs. 84
St. Petersburg, FL 10/5/1924 Monday, Oct 6, 1924
5-3
BAINUM Noah C.
Attorney (Photo)
4/20/1933 Thursday, Apr 20, 1933
1-A-4
BALTZELL S. L. 72 Union Army Veteran St. Petersburg, FL 2/12/1915 Friday, Feb 12, 1915
12-4
BARDEEN George E. 74 Pioneer manufacturer and prominent citizen of Kalamazoo, Mich. St. Petersburg, FL 1/26/1924 Saturday, Jan 26, 1924
1-8
BARDEN Fred G.
St. Petersburg contractor
3/3/1920 Wednesday, Mar 3, 1920
1-4
BARNES J. S., Dr.
St. Petersburg physician
8/3/1921 Thursday, Aug 4, 1921
5-3
BARNES John David
Pioneer resident
1/21/1933 Saturday, Jan 21, 1933
1-3
BARTLETT George William
Founder of Art Club
2/9/1931 Wednesday, Feb 11, 1931
2-6
BARTLETT S. C.
Post No. 32, G. A. R.

Monday, Jan 23, 1911
2-4
BASSETT George W., Jr. (Mrs.)
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg St. Augustine, FL 11/9/1930 Monday, Nov 10, 1930
6-6
BATEMAN John E.
St. Petersburg realtor
6/30/1927 Thursday, Jun 30, 1927
1-7
BATES J. D. 80 Of St. Petersburg Tampa, FL 7/3/1917 Wednesday, Jul 4, 1917
8-1
BATTEY Richmond T.
Former Kansas state senator, winter resident and property owner of St. Petersburg.
3/3/1921 Friday, Mar 4, 1921
8-4
BAXTER George A. 83 Civil War veteran and winter resident of St. Petersburg, dies at his home. Wellsburg, WV 8/1/1923 Friday, Aug 10, 1923
14-5
BEACH Charles Edmund
G.A.R. Commander (Photo)
11/21/1934 Thursday, Nov 22, 1934
2-7
BEADLESTON Hiram C.
Pioneer resident
11/26/1931 Thursday, Nov 26, 1931
6-6
BEARD John F., Captain
Fishing guide
6/5/1927 Monday, Jun 6, 1927
2-6
BEATTY Charles Johnson
Dies from injuries received in an automobile accident. St. Petersburg, FL 4/29/1924 Wednesday, Apr 30, 1924
20-5
BELL James D., Mrs.
Pioneer resident
9/6/1926 Monday, Sep 6, 1926
1-3
BELL James Dana, Judge
Pioneer resident (Photo)
11/21/1930 Friday, Nov 21, 1930
1-3
BELL R. P., Capt. 79
St. Petersburg, FL
Tuesday, Apr 29, 1913
1-1
BERHARD John A. 65
St. Petersburg, FL 9/7/1924 Saturday, Sep 13, 1924
20-5
BERRY Viola, Dr.
(Photo)
5/26/1935 Monday, May 27, 1935
2-6
BETHELL John A. 80 Oldest pioneer of Pinellas County, dies at his home at Big Bayou. (Photo of Bethell) (See appendix Vol 2, P 196) St. Petersburg, FL
Tuesday, Apr 13, 1915
1-3
BICKLEY Walter S.
Founder and owner of Crescent Tile Company
8/12/1930 Tuesday, Aug 12, 1930
5-8
BIGGER David D., Reverand Dr.
Former president St. Petersburg Roque Club
2/3/1932 Thursday, Feb 4, 1932
6-3
BILGER George M., Judge
Pioneer resident
9/6/1934 Friday, Sep 7, 1934
2-4
BLACK James Lee
Representative of the Peninsular Motors Corp. in St. Petersburg, formerly of Altoona, Pa., dies at his home on Mirror Lake Drive. St. Petersburg, FL 8/16/1924 Saturday, Aug 16, 1924
5-3
BLACK William
President of B. F. Avery Company
4/19/1930 Saturday, Apr 19, 1930
1-3
BLOCKER A. T.
President Peoples' Bank and Trust Company
4/4/1927 Tuesday, Apr 5, 1927
1-6
BLOCKER John C., Sr.
Prominent citizen
10/14/1928 Monday, Oct 15, 1928
1-3
BOARDMAN William C.
Owner of the Tampa Bay Grain Co. St. Petersburg, FL 10/25/1923 Thursday, Oct 25, 1923
7-7
BOECK Paul
St. Petersburg photographer
1/24/1916 Monday, Jan 24, 1916
1-2
BOHN Henry J.
Journalist and publisher
3/9/1931 Tuesday, Mar 10, 1931
6-3
BON Charles H.
Prominent Mason
8/25/1935 Monday, Aug 26, 1935
2-5
BOOGMAN Henry P.
Detroit broker St. Petersburg, FL 2/29/1924 Saturday, Mar 1, 1924
17-4
BOYKIN Edward 35 St, Petersburg engineer, employed on improvement project, Snell & Hamlet, at Coffee Pot Bayou, dies in Howard Hospital in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA 6/19/1913 Thursday, Jun 19, 1913
8-2
BOZEMAN Jasper W.
Pioneer resident
6/24/1934 Monday, Jun 25, 1934
2-4
BRADFORD John B. 77 Veteran of Union Army St. Petersburg, FL 3/5/1915 Saturday, Mar 6, 1915
3-6
BRADLEY Belfield B., Capt. 66 well known Tarpon Springs resident   5/12/1922 Saturday, May 13, 1922   1-4
BRADSHAW Cora Prince, Mrs.
Pioneer resident
3/12/1934 Tuesday, Mar 13, 1934
2-5
BRADSHAW J. G.
Veteran business man and former Mayor of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL 12/24/1917 Monday, Dec 24, 1917
1-2
BRANNING Edna Chalker, Mrs.
Regent of D.A.R.
5/8/1931 Friday, May 8, 1931
1-5
BROWER Alonzo
First president of Three-Quarter Century Club.
9/23/1933 Saturday, Sep 23, 1933
12-6
BROWN Hattie A., Mrs. 70 Pioneer of St. Petersburg
3/16/1921 Thursday, Mar 17, 1921
5-4
BROWNELL E. V.
President of Indiana tourist society St. Petersburg, FL 11/28/1918 Thursday, Nov 28, 1918
1-6
BRYSON Alma, Mrs.
Wife of Colonel Bryson, manager of Bay Pines Soldiers Home (Photo)
10/19/1935 Monday, Oct 21, 1935
7-6
BULL Walter 71 Mayor of Dunedin Dunedin, FL 9/1/1919 Tuesday, September, 2, 1919   8-3
BURCH Fred W. 68
St. Petersburg, FL 12/26/1920 Monday, Dec 27, 1920
5-6
BURK E. M.
Former Justice of the Peace
4/10/1929 Thursday, Apr 11, 1929
1-7
BURNSIDE John L.
Pioneer resident
1/2/1935 Thursday, Jan 3, 1935
2-7
BURNSIDE John L., Mrs.
Member of City commission, St. Petersburg, dies of paralytic stroke. (Photo and cut lines)
4/26/1924 Tuesday, Apr 29, 1924
1-1
BUTLER Bradford W.
Realty Board secretary
4/3/1931 Friday, Apr 3, 1931
3-3
BUTLER John K.
Pioneer builder
6/5/1931 Friday, Jun 5, 1931
4-A-2
BYINGTON Edward T., Colonel
Pioneer newspaperman
3/5/1927 Monday, Mar 7, 1927
9-1
CABLE George W.
Eminent author
1/31/1925 Saturday, Jan 31, 1925
1-8
CALLEY Walter, Reverend Dr.
First secretary of Baptist Young People of America
12/21/1928 Friday, Dec 21, 1928
13-2 (F.E.)
CAMPBELL A. L. 40 Vice president of Hall Hardware Company of St. Petersburg.
1/15/1919 Wednesday, Jan 15, 1919
1-4
CAMPBELL Joel, Dr.
Prominent dentist
2/22/1933 Wednesday, Feb 22, 1933
1-6
CAMPBELL Thomas C.
Prominent resident
2/1/1933 Wednesday, Feb 1, 1933
1-6
CARPENTER Edwin O. 73 Member of G.A.R. Kit-Carson Post, St. Petersburg and resident of St. Petersburg since 1895.
3/21/1921 Tuesday, Mar 22, 1921
5-4
CARPENTER Mary A.
Pioneer resident
9/15/1927 Wednesday, Sep 21, 1927
12-3
CARR Winfield Scott 75 Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg
10/18/1923 Friday, Oct 19, 1923
5-6
CARTER J. B.
Dies suddenly while installing engine in boat.

Monday, May 11, 1908
1-3
CARY Lee A.
Of the Davista Police force, and resident of St. Petersburg 8 years.
4/23/1921 Monday, Apr 25, 1921
5-4
CASE Henry Carver
Banker and builder (Photo)
1/25/1931 Monday, Jan 26, 1931
1-5
CERMAK William J., Mrs. 42 Of St. Petersburg Baltimore, (Md) 11/28/1924 Saturday, Nov 29, 1924
5-4
CHANDLER E. E.     Gulfport, FL 3/11/1914 Thursday, Mar 12, 1914   4-5
CHASE J. F., Capt.
Pioneer resident and builder St. Petersburg, FL
Saturday, Nov 28, 1914 * 1-4
CHASE Lena, Miss
Prominent business woman (Photo)
12/8/1928 Monday, Dec 10, 1928
9-2 (F.E.)
CLAMPITT Robert Hamilton
Florida Power associate
9/9/1932 Friday, Sep 9, 1932
1-7
CLARK W. W.   resident of Wall Springs Clearwater Beach, FL 6/11/1922 1922   ?
COLEY S. R.
Manager Trice-O'Neal-Coley Furniture Company (Photo)
8/1/1930 Friday, Aug 1, 1930
1-2
CONE Francis S. 87 St. Petersburg pioneer
2/10/1921 Thursday, Feb 10, 1921
5-4
CONKEY W. B. 64 One of nation's largest publishers, dies at winter home. St. Petersburg, FL 3/5/1923 Wednesday, Mar 7, 1923
20-3
COOK Andrew K., Judge
Attorney
6/16/1930 Monday, Jun 16, 1930
8-3
COOMBS Asa
One of oldest citizens St. Petersburg, FL 3/12/1920 Saturday, Mar 13, 1920
1-4
COREY S. Jack
Pinellas County Commissioner (Photo)
7/16/1929 Tuesday, Jul 16, 1929
1-7
COSMOS Jerry
St. Petersburg business man
12/7/1918 Saturday, Dec 7, 1918
9-6
CRESSY Will Martin
Veteran actor and playwright
5/8/1930 Thursday, May 8, 1930
1-6
CRIBBETT James, Captain
Pioneer resident
11/8/1928 Thursday, Nov 8, 1928
4-6 (F.E.)
CROWN Clarence Strous 18 dies of broken neck from dive Pass-a-Grille, FL 8/18/1923 Monday, Aug 20, 1923   1-2
CUMMINGS Amelie, Mrs.
Pioneer resident
7/18/1929 Thursday, Jul 18, 1929
1-3
CUMMINGS Henry Harrison
Red Cross worker(Photo)
12/28/1928 Friday, Dec 28, 1928
5-3 (F.E.)
CUNNINGHAM Alrie S., Mrs.
Prominent resident
3/19/1928 Monday, Mar 19, 1928
7-2 (F.E.)
CURRY E. T., Capt.
Pioneer
6/14/1925 Monday, Jun 15, 1925
7-5*
CURRY Peter W.
Pioneer resident
3/23/1930 Monday, Mar 24, 1930
10-6
* Notes errors corrected by the Society.

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