FOWLER, Harvey L. (d. 1909)

Suicide in Tampa — This morning at 9:45 o’clock Harvey L. FOWLER, one of the most popular and highly respected young business men of Tampa, died at the residence of his sister, Mrs. B.K. RICHARDSON, Sulgrave Court, Hyde Park, the result of a wound inflicted by himself, while the victim of incipient melancholia, brought on by a general nervous breakdown of his system — Tampa Times, 6th.

Source: The Ocala evening star. (Ocala, Fla.), 07 April 1909. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. <>

VAUGHAN, J.H. (d. 1906)

J.H. VAUGHAN, for a number of years a resident of Tampa, died yesterday at York, and his body will be brought to Tampa this evening over the Seaboard for interment.  Mr. VAUGHAN was a victim of consumption and left here last Monday to visit one of the turpentine camps in the vicinity of Ocala, thinking that the change might do him some good, but death claimed him before he could reach his destination.  The deceased has relatives and a number of friends in Tampa to whom the Times extends the sincerest sympathy. — Tampa Times

Mr. VAUGHAN died at L. Horne and Co.’s still Monday night, and Messrs. McIver and MacKay prepared his body for burial and shipped it to Tampa.

Source: The Ocala evening star. (Ocala, Fla.), 26 April 1906. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. <>

KELLER, Gordon (d. 1909)

Gordon KELLER, a leading business man, most popular citizen, and city treasurer of Tampa, died last Saturday afternoon at his home in that city of organic liver trouble.  Mr. KELLER would have been 44 years old next October, having been born in Bryan county, Ga., October 6, 1865.  He was a most affable gentleman and successful business man, and will be greatly missed by the people of Tampa.

Source: Gainesville daily sun. (Gainesville, Fla.), 14 July 1909. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. <>


FRINK, Albert Berry (d. 1903)

News was received here Saturday afternoon announcing the death of Mr. Albert Berry FRINK at his home in Tampa.  He died Wednesday and was buried Thursday afternoon, Rev. C.H. NASH officiating.

Mrs. FRINK, who was before her marriage three years ago, Miss Julia WELLS, was here on a visit and did not know that her husband was even seriously ill until the news reached here Saturday.  Mr. FRINK had been an invalid for a long time and Mrs. FRINK left him with his mother at Tampla, while she came to Ocala on a business visit.

She is prostrated with grief and is at a loss to understand why she was not sent for before her husband’s death. We extend our sympathies to Mrs. FRINK in her great trouble.

Source: The Ocala banner. (Ocala, Marion County, Fla.), 04 Dec. 1903. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. <>

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