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The first of last week his brother-in-law, Dr. J. M. Jackson, jr., of Miami, was telegraphed [The True Democrat. Alice Rowena Harrold. over Hiroshima back to officials in Washington. MIAMI, March 12.(A.P. Henry S. REDMOND Viewing Read more AUGUSTUS GILMORE JR. Mar 1, 2023 0 84, retired parking attendant, died February 23. John Smith Evans, 56, former Philadelphia theater owner and president of the Motion Picture Theater Owners' Association, died in Miami Beach, Fla. [Star-Gazette (Elmira, NY) 05 Apr 1934, p18] [The Miami News (Miami, FL) 13 Jul 1941, p25] He was at one time head of the fire The Rev. He leaves his widow, and three sons, Patrick H. Henry, Jr., T. H. and Joe Henry of Little River, and two daughters, The doctor Mrs. Olive Busch, a daughter, will continue publication of The Tribune. Burial will be here. Herman McARTHUR BEQUEST OF BODY REFUSED Mr. Ablett said that he had turned north into Second avenue from Seventh street when he struck Mrs. Cranston, who, he said, became confused and stepped into the path of his automobile. Ala., and Mrs. Alecia E. McCarthy of New Haven. Se Read moreCLARENCE BOUDREAUX IV, 68, teacher for Miami-Dade County Public Schools, died February 18 Read moreCHERRYL CLARICE SILAS, 88, retired maintenance worker, died February 23 at home. March 18, 1974 - Submitted by Norita Shepherd Moss] He was born at Alvada, Ohio, October 16, 1871, one of a family of fourteen children. Mr. Nixon came to Miami nine years ago from Petersburg, Va., and St. Dr. Edwin W. Pugh, president of the Dade county Medical Association and one of the leading physicians of Miami, died in that city last Friday after an illness of less than two days, the cause of death being tetanus. Lucie County tribune. Came to Wisconsin in 1861. suffering ceased. Pines. - Mrs. Jane S. Cranston, 54, prominent Cleveland woman, was fatally injured late yesterday afternoon when struck by an automobile driven by Cyril L. Ablett, 257 N.E. [The Miami Herald (Miami . By sharing a fond memory or writing a kind tribute, you will be providing a comforting keepsake to those in mourning. Last rites are said for Mrs. Belle Neil The Miami Herald Memorials and Obituaries | We Remember The Miami Herald The Miami Herald One Herald Plaza Miami, FL 33132 (305) 350-2111 The Miami Herald is proud to offer We Remember memorial pages. Search by Name. ["Miami PEORIA. ), 24 Feb. 1967] WILLIAM GUETHLE, died in Miami, FL on Jan 7, 1920, age 67y, 4m. Internment was made in the South Dade Cemetery at Naranja. Pond, of Charleston, W. Va., died at Miami, Fla., Friday afternoon after suffering a short time with Bright's by a FoFG] the car as Powell stopped in front of Robinson's house. Miami Herald Obituaries, today , past 3 days , past 30 days , past year, all records. Frank CLARK, Jr. His body will be sent to Wilkes-Barre, PA, this evening. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 3 p. m. in the Philbrick Funeral Home chapel at Miami Beach. Mrs. Gelbfish came to Miami Beach four years ago and is survived by her husband, Isidore, her mother, Mrs. R. Levinsky, now in China, three daughters and a son. her a son, Frank Palinquist of Pensacola, and Mrs. Geo. Like our page to stay informed about passing of a loved one in Miami, Florida on facebook. Mr. Cress was present at the funeral. born in Smith County, Tennessee on April 28, 1843 and at the time of her death was 82 years, 11 months and 28 days Mrs. Ruth E. Preune, 23, wife of W. S. Preune, of 232 S. W. Second av. and Ft. Myers, and in 1936 married Cyril Mark Sherouse. [The Miami News (Miami, FL) 13 Jul 1941, p25] Haiti's entry, its first to the global cultural organization, was the . [The McHenry Plaindealer (McHenry, Ill) 05 Jan 1939, p4] Services and burial will be in Miami. Died Thursday at her home. Alton W. Nixon, 22, of 7334 Harding ave., Miami Beach, a city employe of Miami Beach with the water works department, died Saturday afternoon at a local hospital after an illness of three months. ["Miami Herald Record" 21 Mar. The latter enlisted from Garrison and his relatives live at Hamilton. In Memoriam Read moreLT. (Fort Walton, The Playground Daily News, 01 Jul 1966, p14. William GUETHLE Funeral arrangements will be announced later by The stock cannot be moved under the law and must go with the sale of the house. ["Miami Herald Record" until he went on to receive special training as a Morse code operator. Friends of the bereaved husband and intimated intention of suicide because of unrequieted love. Funeral arrangements of age, is survived by his mother and two brothers, of Meymouth, Mass. [Miami 7 cubic yards of cement for them to spread. (Palestine, Tex. by a FoFG] He was Cyril M. (RED) SHEROUSE Yes, flower arrangements are fulfilled and delivered by local florists from Miami. [Marion Cress, of this city, died last Saturday morning in Miami. by Ida Maack Recu] That way, you get all titles with "Obituary" and "Obituaries.". Last 7 Days. John B. Thompson, 61, retired general superintendent of the mechanical department of the Pittsburgh Municipal Railway, Pittsburgh, Pa., died yesterday after an Illness of several months at his home, 719 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach. (Barre, Vt.), 07 Jan. 1911] Voss, for many years residents of [The Miami Herald (Miami, FL) 09 Sep 1929, p2] Mrs. Neil's death is being mourned by many who knew her and loved her previous to her illness, which took a serious DIXON aspect a year ago. Barco, received a telegram this morning Rose GELBFISH He spent most of his life here at his home Iredell Plantation. killed here. (New York, N.Y.), 20 April 1919] The body of the young soldier has been sent to his home in Miami for burial. [The Charlotte Gazette, Drakes Branch, VA, Thursday, July 1 talking about this. attend the services. by CNP] Clear. be met in Carbondale by the hearse from the E.T. The body will be taken to New Rochelle for burial. He is survived by his wife, two sons, William of Meriden and Frank of this place, and a daughter, Mrs. L.W. More. Katherine L. PAUST funeral service in a body. All that could be expected under He is survived by his wife and daughter, Mrs. Theo. At the time of his death Mr. McDonald was 56 years old. 1974 in Miami Dade Co., FL [FORT MYERS NEWS-PRESS, Joseph Heimer, 53 years old, lifetime resident of Johnsburg and McHenry, died at Miami, Fla., December 22, following an operation. Mrs. Wells survives. Mrs. Patterson's Redland, June 9. [The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida) 14 Nov 1933, p.2] His remains will be buried with military honor at revielle this morning. Miami, Fla - William Graham, 68, a retired Detroit automobile manufacturing executive and racing stable owner. NEWS & OBITS. to hold him up, John F, Robinson, 20, who was riding in an automobile with Powell, said the robbers swung onto The body will be shipped to Des Moines. The pallbearers were C.T. Funeral for Aged County Resident Will be Conducted Here on Friday 12/01/1981 - 02/28/2023 Lissette M Hernandez, age 41, of Miami, Florida passed away on Tuesday, February 28, 2023. [The Ocala Evening Star (Ocala, Fla.), March 01, 1899] Mary Allen SHEROUSE Mrs. Clara May McManus of Montgomery. C. of 2220 Odema Dr., a daughter , Mrs. Erma Stevens of Miami; five He had been suffering for a long time and did not complain. He was sent to Camp Funston, Kans., and was hoping to soon cross the ocean. [The Ocala Evening Star, May 25, 1900, pg 3; Tr. when it will be sent North for interment. [The St. Lucie County tribune (Fort Pierce, St. Lucie County, Fla.), December 21, 1906, Page 8] Deceased was a native of Tennessee, and was born 48 years ago. This Week's Obituaries Published in The Miami Times Wednesday, March 01, 2023 WILLIE ALLEN JR. Mar 1, 2023 0 75, airport system analyst and programer, died February 6. held a responsible position with the Florida East coast Railway. He was born February 15, 1848, in Waterbury, the son of the late William W. Wells, a prominent business man in that town, who removed to Burlington in 1868. The condition of the body indicated that the woman had been locked tight in the automobile for several He was a native of Johane Hendrik Taylor, a city of Opa-Locka sergeant and brother of Mayor John Taylor, was arrested Tuesday night by Miramar Police on aggravated child abuse, aggravated assault and felony battery charges. Like our page to stay informed about passing of a loved one in Syracuse, New York on facebook. He leaves the widow, Anna Lucy Thompson; two daughters, Mary and Leona Thompson, all of Miami Beach. You'll find individual Guest Books on the page with each obituary notice. Services were held. talents as a highly successful party coordinator were well known throughout South Florida. He was 72 years old, and had served as Governor and United States Senator from Georgia. (Marion, Ohio), March 06, 1909 - Sub. Mr. Patterson was married in Ocala five years ago last January to Miss Jessie Barco, the second daughter of Hon. here yesterday. [Los Angeles Herald, (Los Angeles [Calif.]) March 17, 1910] Herald Record", 14 Aug. 1918 - MZ - Sub. Temple Israel for over 50 years. However, we will be happy to accept obituaries from family members pending proper verification of the death. New York, Detroit and Columbus, S.C., He is survived by two sons, Kenneth Sherouse Jr. and Keith Sherouse and one The funeral will be held in Winter Park, Mr. Chubb's home for many years, some time Tuesday, the hour not yet having been set, and the services will be in charge of the Odd Fellows. 12. Arrangements with T.M. George W. McKEE of remarkable natural ability and intelligence, very sociable and pleasant Dr. R. N. Merrill of the White Temple will She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Connett, wife of A.F. Jacqueline SEWELL Miami. Lieut. Deceased, who was 60 years Esther Elizabeth Armington, the infant daughter of Mrs. Harriett Mostly clear. [Army and Navy Chronicle, Vol 12; No. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Nixon of Miami Beach. W. HAWKES Many Tampans are expected to attend. Florida on Friday reported 38,614 cases and five new deaths to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to Miami Herald calculations of CDC data. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Anna Redifer, of Lake Worth. Homestead Leader, June 28, 1923 - sub. Her husband preceded her in death. Mr. Deering went to Miami several weeks ago, accompanied by the members of his immediate family. She was the daughter of the first postmaster of Lake Worth and first came to this area in 1860. handbag on the seat, the latter containing $40 in cash, and a brief note addressed to "George" which will be held from the First Baptist church in this city Sunday afternoon J. H. Nicholson of Elizabethtown, Ky., presiding elder for that district; and Mr. Sheffers sons, Frank Jr., and Miami Herald Newspaper Archives (1917-1959) Browse by Year 1917-1959 (3 years available). His father is a policeman in Pelham Manor. Sawgrass Mills: Open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Easter Sunday. Combs Funeral Home. For many years he had been in poor health and spent his winters abroad or in Florida or Mexico. He is survived by his wife Josephine. in various volunteer organizations such as fire department and baseball clubs. Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Melissa WISHART, 60, who died Friday in her home 5437 NW Fifth avenue, will be conducted at 2:30 p. m. today in the residence. Browse the Miami Herald obituaries, conduct other obituary searches, offer condolences/tributes, send flowers or create an online memorial. Service 10 a.m., Sat Read moreCEVIN LAZARE, 84, retired custodian for Miami-Dade County Public Schools, died Fe Read moreHOWARD LEE MASSIE, 68, driver, died February 22 at home. died still a prisoner under the truck. Paul Sheffer of Miami and Powell and Herman Sheffer of Coconut Grove. Mr. Metcalfe had been a resident of West Palm Beach for many years and occupied a prominent position Elgin Street 11:30 o'clock ? Besides being a prominent lawyer he was largely interested in the real estate and abstract business. last Cleveland administration. John J. BARNES S.J. Mrs. Ella Voss, wife of O.H. R. C. May, died at Miami Tuesday morning, age about 38. services Thursday, December 21, 2006 11 AM at Mt. Armstrong her mother, Mrs. Ida E. Kelly of Miami, and a brother, James E. Kelley, White Plains, N.Y. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the W.H. S.B. Maine, for services and interment. by K.T.] a brief illness. Miami, Florida and Mrs. Nelia Simmons of Miami. [-- Florida Deaths, 1877-1939] Adams King] Streator, Ill., July 18 - Nathan L. Grand, 30, of Miami, Fla., dropped dead while eating breakfast in a restaurant here today. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.. Mostly clear. MRS. PALINQUIST'S DEATH - Died in Miami and Was Brought Here For Interment Tuesday. Fannie Melissa WISHART by K.T.] She was a member of He has a married son living in Winter Park. Judson H. Bowers, 35, negro employe of the Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, was found dead yesterday on the railway tracks just west of N. W. Tenth avenue. Three-time Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis is returning to South Florida with his award-winning group. The death was On August 14 he married Miss Nan Stonberg Traffic was heavy at the corner at the time of the accident. Burial arrangements are pending the arrival of a daughter as a contractor. She was an active member of Temple Israel's sisterhood. By sharing a fond memory or writing a kind tribute, you will be providing a comforting keepsake to those in mourning. The Lyns Brothers Quartet also gave a selection. Wm. The remains will be shipped to Pickens, S. C, where the interment will take place. Funeral services for Thomas R. Beavers, who died Saturday at Miami, Fla., will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Paul's episcopal Church. Workers with pneumatic drills bore into the setting cement, but Barnes Port Arthur, Tex., will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Levy funeral home, then to Sacred Heart All the victims were 1910, Page 5] Miami, FL 33127-0200 United States Postal Service . Deceased has surviving 2d Lieut. Charles W. BOXWELL Funeral arrangements will be announced later. From the close of the war General Gordon put forth every effort to bring about harmonious relations between the North and South. Henry Wardwell, of the 8th reg't Inf'y, U. S. A. Survivors include a son, Erwin in Holdup Ave, Sunrise. Geo. William DEERING arrived in the city Monday afternoon, and were taken in charge by After moving to Miami, Mr. S. L. Patterson, of Miami, died in New York City at one o'clock Tuesday morning in one of the large hospitals of that city. View obituary Tony Edgar Martin February 27, 2023 (74 years old) View obituary Margaret Kroboth February 27, 2023 (87 years old) View obituary Robert F. Andrews February 13, 2023 (62 years old) View obituary Ellen Guyer February 26, 2023 (73 years old) View obituary Billie Gean Helmburg February 24, 2023 (80 years old) View obituary She was 77 years old. [The Ocala Evening Star (Ocala, FL) October 14, 1918, p3. Yvonne I. Mais. Oaks, R. Peterson, E.T. Beloved wife of 55 Visit cemetery sites such as Find a Grave and Billion Graves. William GRAHAM 24, 1906] Submitted by Tina Hursh] during the intervening years had accumulated a competency, being known, in Rev. T. Armington and the late J. H. Armington, of Providence, R. I., died Sunday morning in a local sanitarium. Mrs. Sheffer was a native of Kentucky, she was born in Hudson county where she was a member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Claude Pearce died at her home here last Sunday evening of influenza. the next 47 years, were employed, and raised a family. Frank Clark, her brother-in-law, at 6 o'clock Friday morning of McMURRAY in his orange grove, he gathered up what little he had left and took the Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph. John S. EVANS "Tampa Tribune" - BZ - Sub by FoFG] the circumstances, was to allay the pain until the end came, and his Deering, Founder of Harvester Co., Dies This paper extends its deep sympathy to the bereaved family and other relatives. Gov. He was employed in aircraft & home decorations industries & for many years was a Orange Requests for volunteers to aid in a blood transfusion brought many offers, but none of the blood was suitable, hospital attaches said. S.J. More than 95% of our online database cannot be accessed via any other platform. Patrick Henry Flattery, Sr., 61, died Thursday morning at 11 oclock at his home in Little River. Kenneth R. Close. The funeral Henry L. POWELL what is now Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Mr. W.N. Lake, Florida. Funeral services will be conducted from the residence at 2 p m. tomorrow by Rev. Steamship Company. 924 Transcribed as written by D. Donlon] [The [The Lima News, Oct 24, 1965 - of Galveston, Monday night in Miami, Fla. Where she had resided for the Death Relieved Goodwin's Pain Man Mrs. Douglas is Mr. Lummus' sister, and she and Mr. Douglas, Mr. Lummus and Miss Lallie Pyles were the principals in a double wedding out at old Oakhurst some twenty-one years ago. B.T. Rev. Transcribed by HEH] Geo. William A. McMullen, 43, business agent of the Tile Setters' Helpers' union and well known in Miami building trade circles, died at his home, 200 N. W. 59th ave., Saturday afternoon. The body will be taken to the home Submitted by Tina Hursh] Birth: 9 MAY 1913 in Ft. Myers Lee Co., FL Body of Woman Found Locked in Automobile Identified By Police He had been ill for about six months. The largest online newspaper archive. Memorial Chapels, 305-865-2353. (deceased) and Douglas Marlatt, Atlanta, cherished sister to Annabelle Rosen of Bay Harbor and Alvin Salle of Lady came to Miami a few weeks ago, and was living with his wife at N. E. Thirty-fifth terrace. Death was caused by a fractured skull. Key West Citizen, 30 Sep 1932 - sub. Because of troubles incident to her age and general state of health, Dr. Carter was appointed Galveston. Burial will be in Woodlawn park cemetery. Herman McArthur, Clevelend, O., capitalist, died in a sanitarium here Thursday. He was born in Reddick, Fla., and received Wm. Conn., and a sister-in-law, He was an iron worker in New York city and had served a full enlistment as a seaman in the First Battallion of the Naval Militia. His remains will be shipped to New Orleans today, accompanied by his mother, who was with him when he died. born in Saracuse, N.Y., Jan. 3, 1863. by K.T.] J.B. Rogers, pastor of the Lemon City Baptist Church, will officiate Burial will be in Woodlawn Park cemetery under direction of the W. H. Combs Funeral Home. Requiem mass will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Patrick's church, Miami Beach. Middleton, have been called to Miami because of the death of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Norman Middleton Jr., age 23. Haiti's soup joumou, a celebratory dish symbolizing freedom, vies for UNESCO recognition. Cyril M. (Red) Sherouse 72, of Miami on June 21, 1985 following a brief illiness. Arthur Pugh, dentist, died Monday at Miami, where he practiced his profession. Susan PALINQUIST The body of Herman McArthur, who died Thursday in a Miami sanitarium, will be sent to Cleveland, O., Saturday, Obrecht. [Chicago Eagle. He was a member of the Elks. 1917 Bill was known to most as "Pa". Mr. Chubb was appointed receiver of the government land office in Gainesville by President McKinley and was reappointed by President Roosevelt and Taft, holding the position for sixteen years. number of attorneys and friends from this city will go from Miami to she worked at her sister and brother-in-law's Seybold Building jewelry store, Beinhorn Jewelers. 11 1944 - BZ - Sub by FoFG] He leaves several children, all of whom are married with the exception of one daughter, who resided with him at Princeton. Mr. McDonald was one of the earliest settlers of this city, coming before the erection of the Royal Palm hotel, [The Miami News, 09 June 1923; Sub. Eurie was one of Uncle Sam's young soldiers. Mrs. Crowell was the wife of the late B.K. Born Jul 21, 1927, Ironton, Ohio, passed away Thursday, Aug 05, 2004 after a brief illness. Miami, Jan. 1. At an early age she united with the South Methodist Church. and three small grandchildren. According to a telegram received yesterday by M. B. Macfarlane, of this city, from Judge J. M. Cheney of Orlando, Henry S. Chubb, chairman of the Republican State Central committee for many years, died yesterday at his home at Princeton, near Miami. [The Barre Daily Times. was her constant companion and nurse. to deceased. Mrs. Armstrong had been a resident of Miami for the past 20 years. Service 12 p.m., Saturday Read moreROBERT ALVIN BAILEY, 56, roofer, died February 20 at Jackson North Memorial Hospital. 8565 Obituaries. Miami County, Ohio up-to-date news and obituaries. daughter, 5, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keesee of the same address, and two brothers and three sisters. (Sam) Maurer, 86, of Miami, Fla., formerly of Lima, (Ohio) will be Wednesday at Ortells The interment will be in Mr. Patterson had been sick for two months and about three weeks ago, accompanied by his wife, went to New York to consult a specialist and have an operation performed. 1903] He was a plumber by trade and for many years operated On Friday he suffered a relapse and it was then known that his death was only a matter of days. [The Richmond Palladium and Sun-Telegram. accompanied by his daughter. Funeral services will be conducted at 3:30 oclock this afternoon in the Grace M. E. church at Coconut Grove by A beautiful tribute to her was given by members of the Helping Hand society, of which Mrs. Albrecht was an active member, when they expressed their loving thoughts in pansies as they took a farewell look upon their beloved member while Mrs Crow sang sweetly, 'Safe in the Arms of Jesus.' One of its projects is the Tampa History Research Automated Index to Library Services, a database that includes death notices, obituaries, and funeral notices from the Tampa Tribune and its predecessors, spanning a period from 1855 to 1983. sun (Gainesville, Fla.), January 05, 1907, Page 3] Patterson, died last night at 9:20 o'clock at the home of her parents in [San Mateo County Times; Burlington, Jan. 7. [Chillicothe Morning Constitution (Chillicothe, MO) 10 Dec 1913, p1] Sherouse was raised in Fort Myers and attended local schools Frank GOLDSBERRY All . [The Virginia magazine of history and biography, Volume 26 By Virginia Kenneth Bertrand SHEROUSE He located in Johnsburg in 1899 and moved to McHenry in 1910. After a long and lingering illness with cancer of the liver, J.P. March, assistant general passenger agent of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railway, with headquarters in Nashville, Tenn., died in Miami Monday. Transcribed as written by D. Donlon] Jens CHRISTIANSON Son Of John Mark Sherouse and Pearl Lillian Smith Sherouse J.G. city. Illness is Fatal to J.B. Thompson THE PLAIN DEALER OBITUARIES: Complete listing of The Plain Dealer Obituaries powered by Browse by Location (today) AVON LAKE Barson, Norma Jean Szczepaniak, Donald BEREA. by CNP] Nathan L. GRAND DINING. Undertaker Robert McClellen. March 25, 2021 5:59 PM. attend the funeral services. Alfred H. Wilson, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Wilson of 3016 [Rockingham Post-Dispatch. Miami - Kenneth B. Sherouse, longtime Miami traffic bureau chief for The Associated Press, died Sunday of cancer Mrs. Voss was B. F. Sheffer, in Seminole avenue. W.N. and was an elderly lady. Mrs. Rosen was predeceased by husband, Irving and daughter Deborah. Mrs. Claude PEARCE cemetery where they will rest until the great trumpet sounds. by K.T.] , 15 Apr 1919 - BZ - Sub. Mrs. Julia M. Love, 73, widow of John W. Love, a wealthy cigar manufacturer, died Wednesday in her winter home, Miami, Fla. She was born in Philadelphia, but had spent most of her life in this city, living for several years at the Great Northern Hotel. Combs Funeral Home. The condition of the body indicated it had lain where it was found for at least two days. She was married to George William Neil, who has been dead Milton Padgett in the Church of God. Lambert leaves his mother, Mrs. Laura Pyree, of Washington, D.C. [The Miami Herald (Miami, FL) 09 Sep 1929, p2] Transcribed as written by D. Donlon] Friday morning at a local sanitarium. [Palestine Daily Maurer Services for S.J. an avid reader, loved traveling, the arts and politics. He leaves a wife, daughter and four sons to mourn his death. Funeral services will be held here Sunday. RALPH Funeral Home SAWGRASS/WESTON, 371 NW 136th Last 30 Days. Yes, simply click Add a photo located underneath the main photo of the obituary then upload the photos/videos you wish to share. Stradler assisting. Sinai Medical Center. Little Jacqueline Broker Found Dead of the husband and father, and see the last on earth of their loved one. by Barb Ziegenmeyer] The body of Mrs. Cecelia Kiefler, 43, of 1936 S W. Second street, who died in her home Friday, will be sent to Michigan City, Ind. News on 22 June, 1985 - Submitted by Norita Shepherd Moss] [Yorkville Enquirer] (Yorkville, S.C.), September 19, 1922] ["Augusta Chronicle" The remains of Mrs. Susan Palinquist, who died in Miami on October 28, BARNES -- CARLTON -- PORCH -- PORTS Prepare a personalized obituary for someone you loved.. Search Miami obituaries and condolences, hosted by

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