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Necrology Index
St. Petersburg Independent
1908 through 1935

T, V, W and Y Surnames
Surname Given Name Age Comment Place of Death Death Date Publication Date * Page-Col
TAGGART R. F., Dr. 75
St. Petersburg, FL 1/11/1924 Friday, Jan 11, 1924
1-3
TALLEY Alvin M.
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg Knoxville, TN 9/30/1928 Monday, Oct 1, 1928
6-6
TALLEY J. Ellis
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg Knoxville, TN 3/3/1932 Friday, Mar 4, 1932
1-6
THAYER A. L., Sr.
Pioneer resident
2/28/1926 Monday, Mar 1, 1926
7-5
THAYER Fannie C., Mrs.
Pioneer resident
5/24/1933 Wednesday, May 24, 1933
1-8
THOMAS Bernard
Chorus leader (Photo)
5/1/1934 Tuesday, May 1, 1934
1-2
THOMAS David, Reverend
Retired Methodist minister (Photo)
8/28/1935 Wednesday, Aug 28, 1935
2-7
THOMPSON Alexander W.
St. Petersburg broker Indianapolis, IN 3/23/1926 Wednesday, Mar 24, 1926
1-5
THOMPSON Henry A. 76 Pioneer of St. Petersburg
1/17/1922 Wednesday, Jan 18, 1922
5-5
THOMPSON J. O., Rev. Dr. 83 Pastor emeritus First Avenue Methodist Church St. Petersburg, FL 9/29/1917 Saturday, Sep 29, 1917
5-5
THORNTON Eva A., Mrs.
Who built first house in St. Petersburg
10/20/1931 Friday, Oct 21, 1921
8-3
TOMLINSON Francis J. 79 Retired minister St. Petersburg, FL 8/20/1923 Monday, Aug 20, 1923
5-3
TOMLINSON Peter 94 Born 1823, Deby, Conn. Oldest vitizen of St. Petersburg, he was educated at Episcopal academy Cheshire, Conn. He was in the lumber business; retired, 1892. Enlisted in 27th Connecticut Infantry, Civil War. He was a visitor to St. Petersburg since 1892 St. Petersburg, FL 1/24/1917 Thursday, Jan 25, 1917
12-5
TOMLINSON Peter
Rev. E. Maderia, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, to hold funeral services for Peter Tomlinson, St. Petersgurg's oldest citizen January 28, 1917; body will bew taken to old home in Ansonia, Conn. for burial. City pays respects to deceased January 27, 1917.

Saturday, Jan 27, 1917
6-4
TUCKER Cecil V., Mrs.
Assistant Finance Director (Photo)
9/7/1934 Friday, Sep 7, 1934
2-3
TUCKER James F., Capt. 71 ran first trains entering Florida Green Springs, FL 7/9/1913 Friday, Jul 11, 1913 1-4
TUCKER J. R., Capt.

St. Petersburg, FL
Monday, Oct 25, 1909
1-2
TURNER A. R., Dr.
Osteopathis physician of St. Petersburg.
1/27/1922 Friday, Jan 27, 1922
8-3
TURNER William J., Major 73 Retired Army officer, veteran of Indian and Spanish American wars. St. Petersburg, FL 4/21/1921 Thursday, Apr 21, 1921
4-3
TYLER H. A., General 77 Cavalry leader of Confederacy during Civil War, well known in St. Petersburg. (Hickman, Ky press dispatch) Hickman, KY 4/26/1915 Tuesday, Apr 27, 1915
8-7
TYNDALL Charles H., Dr.
Retired Presbyterian clergyman
2/22/1935 Saturday, Feb 23, 1935
2-3
VAN VOORHIS Rachel, Mrs. 87 One of oldest residents in St. Petersburg.

Monday, Dec 7, 1914
1-4
VAUGHN P. B. 91 Confederate veteran; Mr. Vaughn made the city his home for 28 years. St. Petersburg, FL 11/23/1923 Friday, Nov 23, 1923
5-6
VEILLARD Ralph
City Commissioner
4/25/1931 Saturday, Apr 25, 1931
1-7
VINEY John
Newspaperman
6/28/1932 Tuesday, Jun 28, 1932
1-4
VIRGIL Almon Kincaid 80 St. Petersburg musical educator
10/16/1921 Monday, Oct 17, 1921
1-7
VONNEGUT Lillian, Mrs.
Prominent clubwoman
12/11/1932 Monday, Dec 12, 1932
12-3
WALKER Ella C., Dr.
Veteran Red Cross nurse (Photo)
10/24/1927 Monday, Oct 24, 1927
1-1
WALSINGHAM Frances B., Mrs.
Pioneer resident of Pinellas County
5/11/1930 Monday, May 12, 1930
1-5
WALTER Ellery
Noted writer
4/2/1935 Wednesday, Apr 3, 1935
2-6
WARNER Guy H. 53 Superintendent of St. Petersburg Water Plant
8/22/1919 Saturday, Aug 23, 1919
5-7
WATSON Jerome Leavitt
Pioneer (Photo)
5/18/1934 Friday, May 18, 1934
6-4
WATTS John Marshall
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg New Orleans, LA 7/24/1933 Thursday, Aug 3, 1933
8-8 (AP)
WEAVER Earnest E.
President, Weaver Grocery Company
4/9/1931 Thursday, Apr 9, 1931
1-1
WEDDING R. T.
Owner of Wedding Nursery St. Petersburg, FL 12/14/1922 Thursday, Dec 14, 1922
14-4
WEGEFORTH T. C. H. 74 Former controller of the potato market of Chicago St. Petersburg, FL 9/29/1924 Tuesday, Sep 30, 1924
3-4
WEGEFORTH T. C. H.

St. Petersburg, FL 9/29/1924 Tuesday, Sep 30, 1924
1-4
WEIHMAN H. S.
Born in St. Petersburg, a World War Veteran.
4/13/1921 Wednesday, Apr 13, 1921
1-3
WELCH C. E.
Grape juice "King"
1/6/1926 Wednesday, Jan 6, 1926
1-1
WELCH Samuel, Capt. 68 Who played prominent part in the Gasparilla celebration as pirate captain. St. Petersburg, FL 3/8/1923 Friday, Mar 9, 1923
1-7
WELLS Jerry W.
Pioneer resident (Photo)
5/4/1935 Monday, May 6, 1935
2-5
WERDERTZ William 47 A banker of Ohio, who was a thirty-third degree Mason St. Petersburg, FL 3/27/1923 Tuesday, Mar 27, 1923
7-8
WEST Robert Lee
Builder
5/18/1934 Friday, May 18, 1934
6-4
WESTON T. W.
Secretary of the St. Petersburg Tarpon Club

Saturday, Dec 20, 1919
1-3
WHARTON H. C., Rev. 72 Former pastor of Methodist Church St. Petersburg, FL 3/10/1918 Monday, Mar 25, 1918
10-1
WHITE W. A., Capt.
Civil War veteran, St. Petersburg, dies at home of his son. Greensboro, NC 10/5/1920 Tuesday, Oct 5, 1920
Sec 2; 3-5
WHITEHURST Laura M. 70 Pioneer of St. Petersburg
1/2/1922 Monday, Jan 2, 1922
5-5
WHITEHURST Williard W. Wall Springs County Commissioner Tampa, FL Saturday, Dec 23, 1911 1-1
WICKS George E., Capt. 75 Of Bayshore, L.I., former captain on G. B. Bennett's schooner "Dauntless" and yacht "Electra" St. Petersburg, FL 3/10/1923 Tuesday, Apr 3, 1923
18-3
WILCOX F. W., Dr.
St. Petersburg physician, victim of influenza and pneumonia Jacksonville, FL 10/17/1918 Friday, Oct 18, 1918
1-4
WILCOX Helen F., Mrs.
Operator of Chautauqua Hotel
7/14/1932 Thursday, Jul 14, 1932
1-6
WILDER P. H. 82 Pioneer of St. Petersburg Plant City, FL
Thursday, Dec 7, 1916
6-5
WILLIAMS Foster
Conductor on A. C. L. freight train, from injuries received in railroad yards at Belleair. St. Petersburg, FL 3/31/1915 Wednesday, Mar 31, 1915
1-7
WILLIAMS Frances Blanche, Mrs.
Pioneer resident
12/7/1927 Wednesday, Dec 7, 1927
1-6
WILLIAMS Jack
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg New Orleans, LA 11/14/1931 Tuesday, Nov 17, 1931
1-1
WILLIAMS John C.
Pioneer resident of St. Petersburg Tampa, FL 2/28/1927 Tuesday, Mar 1, 1927
7-3
WILLIAMS Mary Ellen, Mrs.
Pioneer resident
10/19/1932 Wednesday, Oct 19, 1932
1-4
WIMER Charles former editor of a St. Pete paper Tampa, FL 2/12/1910 Monday, Feb 14, 1910 1-4
WINSLOW Gertrude Bryant, Mrs.
Organizer, St. Petersburg Humane Society
7/9/1931 Thursday, Jul 16, 1931
1-7
WOOD Emerson M.
Pioneer resident
1/22/1931 Friday, Jan 23, 1931
1-3
WOOD Frank A. 60 One time candidate for Governor of Florida and citizen of St. Petersburg.
5/22/1921 Monday, May 23, 1921
1-6
WOODBERRY Alvin D. 70 Of Westbrook, Me., dies on board the "Pokanoket" enroute to Tampa from St. Petersburg.
3/26/1923 Monday, Mar 26, 1923
5-7
WORKIZER John G., Major 42 Formerly commanding officer, Ft. Dade, Fla., for 25 years an officer in regular U. S. Army. St. Petersburg, FL 6/24/1918 Tuesday, Jun 25, 1918
5-4
WORRALL Sarah, Mrs.
A winter visitor of Chicago.
2/20/1921 Monday, Feb 21, 1921
1-3
WRIGHT A. C.
Pioneer of St. Petersburg and Confederate Veteran.
1/31/1923 Thursday, Feb 1, 1923
16-7
WRIGHT Ancil R., Dr.
Of St. Petersburg, former president Florida Chiropractic Association (Photo) Orange, IN 10/1/1934 Tuesday, Oct 2, 1934
2-2
WRIGHT George F., Dr.
City health officer St. Petersburg, FL 12/19/1911 Tuesday, Dec 19, 1911
1-3
WRIGHT Lula, Mrs.
Pioneer resident
8/18/1932 Thursday, Aug 18, 1932
1-8
YONCE J. T.
Pioneer of St. Petersburg, funeral April 9, 1918

Thursday, Apr 11, 1918
3-5
YORK Appellas Sasser, Dr.
Past Grand Master of Masonic Lodge of Florida
12/5/1932 Tuesday, Dec 6, 1932
10-1
YOUNG Edward J., Rev. Dr.
Minister of Presbyterian Church, death caused by fall. May 18, 1921. St. Petersburg, FL 5/21/1921 Monday, May 23, 1921
1-4
* Notes errors corrected by the Society.

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