A Special to Pensacola Journal of August 12 says:
D. T. Glasgow, a well-known citizen of Florala, died sometime before Midnight, Sunday
at the home of G. H. Meinike, where he was living. Sunday afternoon, Mr. Glasow seemed
in the best of health and was on the street talking with friends. During the night, Mr. Meinike
discovered that all was not right in Mr. Glasgow's room and although the hour was late he called
in neighbors and they summoned a physician, who pronounced Mr. Glasgow dead.
It is supposed that heart failure was the cause of his death. The deceased has numerous
friends in this community and in West Florida towns that will regret his death.
He came to Florala many years ago and worked as a mechanic with Capt. Eliot, now dead. Mr. Glasgow went from here to Vilas, Fla., where he did a great deal of work. He also accompanied Mr. Eliot to Milton, Fla., and was employed at his turpentine plant near there for quite a while, returning to Florala a few months ago. Although he had the happy faculty at all times and under all conditions attending strictly to his own affairs, the deceased was known as a generous man.
Mr. Glasgow's body is being held awaiting some message from Georgia or North Carolina as to what steps to take in regard to burial. His former home was Goldsboro, N.C.
The Milton Gazette Edition -August 19, 1913
FLORALA MAN DIES SUDDENLY
Donald Shawn Graham
GRAHAM, Donald Shawn, infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Graham
of Phenix City, AL. died in Columbus, Ga., Monday Morning. Funeral
services will be held at an undetermined time on Wednesday at Mt. Olive
Baptist Church in Pine Level with the Rev. D.P. Davis officiating. Burial
will be in the Church Cemetery with Colonial Funeral Home directing.
Besides the parents, surviving are one sister, Miss Rhonda Graham, Phenix
City; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sawyer of Phenix
City, and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Graham of Opp.
Old newspaper clipping w/photo Died January 11, 1960
Additional Comments: Donald Shawn Graham was born Jan. 2, 1959 &
died Jan. 11, 1960. He was the son of Don Freeman & Lillie Sawyer
Graham. Don Freeman Graham was born & raised in Opp, Al. before
moving to Phenix City, AL. "Shawn" was buried in Pine Level Cemetery.
Old Obit clipping with no name of newspaper.
Covington County News January 10, 1935
FUNERAL HELD FOR J. LEANDER GUNTER
J. Leander Gunter, a native of South Carolina, but a residence of Covington County
for many years, is dead at the age of 65. Death occurred at the home of his son in
Montgomery. The deceased had been in failing health for several years. He was at the
time a merchant for Gantt and elsewhere. He was regarded as a good business man but
was forced to retire several years ago on account of health.
The funeral services was conducted from the Baptist Church of Gantt by Rev. G.H. Shears,
after which interment was made in the cemetery there, Active pallbearers were Harmon Riley,
W. S. Purser, Marvin Hudson, Charles Huckaba, Vester Shehan and J. L. Nall.
Arrangements by Patrick.