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Necrology Index
St. Petersburg Times
1901 through 1935

G, H, I, J and K Surnames
Surname Given Name Age Comment Place of Death Death Date Publication Date * Page-Col
GALAHER Alexander M.
Pioneer resident.
4/20/1933 Friday, Apr 21, 1933
2-4
GALVIN Daniel J.   former County Commissioner & County Clerk Tampa 11/3/1905 Saturday, Nov 4, 1905   6-3
GAMBATE L. C. Mrs.
Owner of Butler Arms Hotel.
3/4/1935 Tuesday, Mar 5, 1935
Sec 2, 8-6
GANDY George S., Sr., Mrs.
Resident of St. Petersburg. Kingston, NY 7/17/1935 Thursday, Jul 18, 1935
3-2
GARDNER Morris D.
Proprietor of curio and china shop. St. Petersburg, FL 11/9/1921 Thursday, Nov 10, 1921
2-8
GIBBONS Harry Cromwell, Col.
Former Speaker Florida House of Representatives.
10/27/1934 Sunday, Oct 28, 1934
1-6
GIBSON Ned C. 55
St. Petersburg, FL 10/14/1923 Tuesday, Oct 16, 1923
10-1
GOUGH Phoebe A., Mrs. 77 Pioneer of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL
Thursday, Aug 17, 1916
1-5
GOULET John J.
Former secretary Pinellas Park Chamber of Commerce.
5/14/1934 Tuesday, May 15, 1934
3-7
GRABLE Charlotte Archer, Mrs.
Pioneer resident of Pinellas County.
9/24/1935 Wednesday, Sep 25, 1935
3-3
GRABLE Frank E.
Pioneer settler of Pinellas County.
3/5/1932 Sunday, Mar 6, 1932
3-1
GRAHAM Phillip, Sergeant
Member 2nd FL Infantry Laredo, TX 3/12/1917 Wednesday, Mar 14, 1917
1-1
GRANT Claudius Buchanan 86 Former judge of the Supreme Court of Michigan. St. Petersburg, FL 2/26/1921 Tuesday, Mar 1, 1921
8-1
GRAY Charles M., Sr. (Mrs.)
St. Petersburg pioneer resident. Jacksonville, FL 7/10/1933 Tuesday, Jul 11, 1933
7-4
GRAY Charles McIlwaine, Rev.
Rector St. Peters Episcopal Church. St. Petersburg, FL
Tuesday, Apr 4, 1911
1-1
GREEN Benjamin A., Dr. 69
St. Petersburg, FL
Thursday, May 13, 1915
4-5
GREENE Eugene H.
President American Checker Association.
9/22/1931 Wednesday, Sep 23, 1931
1-1
GRINER James A. 70 Resident of St. Petersburg for 45 years. St. Petersburg, FL 12/19/1921 Tuesday, Dec 20, 1921
1-2
GRINER James Davis
Pioneer of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL 10/26/1922 Friday, Oct 27, 1922
3-2
GRINER Mary L. H., Mrs.
One of the oldest residents of Pinellas County.
5/20/1930 Wednesday, May 21, 1930
8-8
GROVES William
Police Sergeant. (Photo)
6/22/1929 Sunday, Jun 23, 1929
3-1
GUSS Margaret, Miss 61 Member of local Art Club St. Petersburg, FL 5/31/1922 Thursday, Jun 1, 1922
12-5
HAGADORN De-Lesle
Pioneer of Pinellas County.
5/17/1928 Friday, May 18, 1928
3-2
HAIRE A. M. 40 Life long resident of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL 6/28/1922 Thursday, Jun 29, 1922
1-6
HALL Charles R.
Pioneer St. Petersburg developer. Stroudsburg, PA 5/1/1934 Thursday, May 3, 1934
1-8
HALSTEAD Alfred, Major

St. Petersburg, FL
Tuesday, Jun 7, 1910
1-3
HARRINGTON Charles Edward, Rev. 76 Former Congregational minister. St. Petersburg, FL 11/18/1922 Sunday, Nov 19, 1922
3-1
HARRIS H. F., Rev.
Retired Methodist minister.
12/3/1928 Tuesday, Dec 4, 1928
5-6
HARRIS John Wesley
Pinellas County pioneer.
11/18/1929 Tuesday, Nov 19, 1929
1-6
HARRIS Judson Wade, Rev. 75 Baptist minister for fifty years and pastor of the Grace Baptist Church in St. Petersburg for 17 years. Deland, FL 11/25/1920 Friday, Nov 26, 1920
Sec A, 1-4
HARRISON Edgar 95 Florida pioneer. St. Petersburg, FL 6/21/1924 Sunday, Jun 22, 1924
1-5
HARVEY Cary A. 44 Developer of Bayboro Addition, business man. St. Petersburg, FL
Sunday, Jan 18, 1914
1-4
HARVEY Ida M., Mrs.

St. Petersburg, FL 3/31/1922 Saturday, Apr 1, 1922
11-1
HASKIN LeGrand
Pioneer resident. (Photo)
3/28/1930 Saturday, Mar 29, 1930
1-7
HASSLER J. W., Dr.
St. Petersburg physician. Reading, PA 5/28/1927 Wednesday, Jun 1, 1927
3-5
HAWK Samuel H. 85
St. Petersburg, FL 7/28/1922 Saturday, Jul 29, 1922
5-4
HAYES Mary A., Mrs.
Pioneer resident. Note: Greenwood Cemetery headstone - surname spelled Haynes.
2/2/1929 Sunday, Feb 3, 1929
9-6
HAYES N. P., Capt.
Fishing guide St. Petersburg, FL 5/17/1919 Sunday, May 18, 1919
1-7
HEATH E. O., Rev.
Cordele, Ga., transferred to Methodist Episcopal Church, Clearwater, Fla. Clearwater, FL 12/17/1925 Friday, Dec 18, 1925
3-4
HEATHCOTE William E.
Pioneer citizen.
4/16/1929 Wednesday, Apr 17, 1929
1-1
HELB Theodore R.
Manufacturer
2/4/1929 Tuesday, Feb 5, 1929
1-6
HENRY James E. A.
Pioneer resident.
4/30/1933 Monday, May 1, 1933
5-2
HESS Frank A., Col.



Friday, Nov 22, 1907
1-5
HICKSON William 72 Resident of St. Petersburg since 1905. St. Petersburg, FL 11/30/1918 Saturday, Nov 30, 1918
3-7
HILL F. M., Mrs.
Pioneer of St. Petersburg. Union, SC 9/11/1916 Tuesday, Sep 12, 1916
6-4
HILL W. J. 57 Carpenter - dies from auto accident in St. Petersburg hospital. St. Petersburg, FL 12/21/1919 Sunday, Dec 21, 1919
1-1
HOCKETT Louis D.
Died after falling from a work car of the St. Pete & Gulf Railroad. St. Petersburg, FL 12/4/1913 Thursday, Dec 4, 1913
10-1
HOCKETT Samantha, Mrs.
Pioneer resident.
3/26/1927 Monday, Mar 28, 1927
7-6
HOFFMAN E. C., Dr.
Member city Planning Board.
9/25/1930 Friday, Sep 26, 1930
3-1
HOLLEY Ernest B.
Founder of boys' "Good Citizen and Golden Rule Club."
9/11/1933 Wednesday, Sep 13, 1933
3-2
HOOD Elizabeth , Mrs.
Pioneer resident.
3/12/1925 Friday, Mar 13, 1925
2-4
HOOD John M.
Pioneer dairyman
9/9/1930 Wednesday, Sep 10, 1930
5-7
HOPE S. E., Capt. 86 Civil War & Seminole-American War survivor Tarpon Springs 6/5/1919 Friday, Jun 6, 1919   1-1
HOPKINS Henry E.
Retired hotel owner.
5/3/1935 Friday, May 3, 1935
2-2
HOUSE J. W. 60 Note: surname on headstone is Howes - Greenwood Cem. St. Petersburg, FL 7/15/1915 Friday, Jul 16, 1915
1-4
HOWARD Amson M. 86
St. Petersburg, FL 12/18/1915 Sunday, Dec 19, 1915
5-6
HOWARD Walter Robinson 62 Attorney St. Petersburg, FL
Friday, Jul 5, 1912
1-6
HOXIE Albert E.
Pioneer resident.
5/14/1931 Friday, May 15, 1931
3-1
HOXIE Almeda Davis, Mrs. 90 Photo and cut lines. St. Petersburg, FL
Sunday, Jan 6, 1918
Sec.B,1-3
HOXIE Augusta Schruel, Mrs.
Pioneer resident. (Photo)
11/2/1935 Sunday, Nov 3, 1935
1-7
HOXIE J. C., Judge 79


Saturday, Aug 5, 1905
1-2
HOYT James P., Rev.
Former religious leader of St. Petersburg. West Newton, MA 8/4/1925 Wednesday, Aug 5, 1925
1-4
HUDSON Virginia
Former principal of North Ward School. Cherokee, NC 2/21/1923 Friday, Feb 23, 1923
11-5
HUGHES A. M., Colonel
Veteran of the Civil and Spanish American Wars.
11/12/1926 Monday, Nov 15, 1926
12-5
HUNT Charles F., Mrs.
Founder of first tourist hotel.
10/22/1932 Sunday, Oct 23, 1932
3-5
HUNT Charles S.
Founder Huntington Hotel.
1/31/1935 Friday, Feb 1, 1935
5-5
HUTCHINS Thomas L., Capt.
G.A.R. member

Saturday, Mar 2, 1907
12-4
HUTCHINSON Joseph



Friday, Oct 28, 1910
1-2
IAMS W. J., Mrs. 74 10 years a resident of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL 11/22/1918 Saturday, Nov 23, 1918
1-7
IVES Phineas T.
Jeweler, of Meriden, Connecticut. St. Petersburg, FL 4/8/1932 Saturday, Apr 9, 1932
8-2
JACKMAN S. E. 66 Winter visitor; Inventor of the roller coaster.
1/13/1919 Tuesday, Jan 14, 1919
1-3
JACKSON Mary E., Mrs.

St. Petersburg, FL 12/18/1924 Saturday, Dec 20, 1924
10-5
JACKSON R. A.
Former Sheriff of Pinellas County and St. Petersburg resident. Tampa, FL 6/29/1915 Wednesday, Jun 30, 1915
1-3
JACKSON W. M.
Owner Home Service Ice Company.
11/4/1934 Monday, Nov 5, 1934
1-5
JACKSON William S.
Manager of Jackson and Duncan Ice Companies.
1/12/1935 Sunday, Jan 13, 1935
1-3
JAMES Chalmers L.
Former city editor of St. Petersburg Times. Des Moines, IA 11/13/1932 Sunday, Nov 20, 1932
3-2
JAMESON Stanley N.
Cashier First National Bank. St. Petersburg, FL
Friday, Apr 21, 1911
3-2
JENCKES S W.
Canadian manufacturer and former mayor of Sherbrooke, Quebec. St. Petersburg, FL 12/12/1923 Thursday, Dec 13, 1923
1-7
JETT Lily C.
Past Noble Grand, Golden Rod Rebekah Lodge No. 7 St. Petersburg, FL
Friday, Apr 28, 1911
8-5
JOHN D. C., Rev.
Retired Methodist minister of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL 10/8/1920 Friday, Oct 8, 1920
4-3
JOHNSON Daniel P.
Pioneer resident. St. Petersburg, FL 3/29/1932 Wednesday, Mar 30, 1932
2-7
JOHNSON Harvey 70 G.A.R. Member, known as "Hermit of Coffie Pot Bayou;" familiar figure in the city's early history. St. Petersburg, FL 12/23/1913 Thursday, Dec 25, 1913
1-6
JOHNSON Samuel T.

St. Petersburg, FL 7/3/1915 Sunday, Jul 4, 1915
6-4
JOHNSTONE J. W., Captain

St. Petersburg, FL 9/25/1915 Sunday, Sep 26, 1915
1-7
JONES Ella S.
Past National president of Ladies of the G.A.R.
2/3/1929 Monday, Feb 4, 1929
1-8
JONES Geo. L.   Pinellas County pioneer Dunedin 3/8/1912 Saturday, Mar 9, 1912   1-6
JONES Harry E.
Mamager of Plaza Theatre.
4/22/1929 Tuesday, Apr 23, 1929
1-1
JONES Louis H., Dr. 51 St. Petersburg City Physician St. Petersburg, FL 10/9/1911 Tuesday, Oct 10, 1911
4-3
JONES W. A.
Pioneer resident.
12/13/1928 Friday, Dec 14, 1928
Sec 2, 4-3
JONSBERG Frank E.
Secretary of Rotary Club.
6/14/1934 Friday, Jun 15, 1934
1-1
KELLAM Henry A. 78 Pioneer of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL 11/13/1923 Wednesday, Nov 14, 1923
1-2
KELLAM Mattie W., Mrs. 73
St. Petersburg, FL 4/13/1918 Sunday, Apr 14, 1918
6-5
KELLY John A.
St. Pete real estate developer. (Photo) Atlanta, GA 10/20/1928 Sunday, Oct 21, 1928
1-2
KEMP Charles Edwin
Pioneer resident.
6/25/1926 Saturday, Jun 26, 1926
13-3
KENNEDY George W., Dr. 80
St. Petersburg, FL
Tuesday, Jan 6, 1914
7-3
KENNEDY William C., Hon.
of Windsor Can., minister of Canadian railways and canals on his way to St. Petersburt to spend the winter. Naples, FL 1/17/1923 Friday, Jan 19, 1923
10-7
KEY J. W., Dr.
Of St. Petersburg Beloit, MS
Wednesday, Dec 23, 1908
1-2
KEY Sadie E., Mrs.
Real Estate operator
10/11/1931 Monday, Oct 12, 1931
1-1
KICKER Charles H.
Pioneer resident.
5/4/1928 Saturday, May 5, 1928
Sec 2, 4-7
KIEFER Jerome Nelson
St. Petersburg resident. Camillus, NY 7/1/1921 Tuesday, Jul 12, 1921
7-6
KIMBALL Timothy
Pioneer resident.
6/12/1933 Tuesday, Jun 13, 1933
1-8
KIRK Wm. 41 Deputy Sheriff of Pinellas County. St. Petersburg, FL 12/17/1924 Thursday, Dec 18, 1924
1-4
KIRTLAND George
Theatrical director
8/25/1927 Friday, Aug 26, 1927
1-3
KITHCART Ralph C. 43 Well known resident of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, FL 11/22/1923 Friday, Nov 23, 1923
1-4
KLINGER David D.
Pioneer resident.
1/10/1930 Saturday, Jan 11, 1930
1-4
KNITERIEM Millie, Mrs.
President of Auxiliary of the Sons of Union Veterans.
3/16/1932 Thursday, Mar 17, 1932
2-7
KOSTER John S., Mayor
Pioneer winter visitor in St. Petersburg. (Boonville, N.Y. press dispatch) Boonville, NY 9/24/1921 Sunday, Sep 25, 1921
3-4
KRAMER Vernon
Dies of heart failure. Citizend of the city raise $434 to ship the body to Lima, Ohio and help his destitute family. St. Petersburg, FL 3/30/1922 Saturday, Apr 1, 1922
1-4
* Notes errors corrected by the Society.

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