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William Chaudoin Norwood

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William Chaudoin Norwood

Birth
La Grange, Brevard County, Florida, USA
Death
10 May 1919 (aged 38)
Florida City, Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA
Burial
Mims, Brevard County, Florida, USA Add to Map
Plot
B-5
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Death of Wm. C. Norwood

The relatives and friends of W. C. Norwood were grieved to hear of his death which occurred at his home in Florida City, Saturday morning, May 10, 1919, after a short illness from dilatation of the heart.

William Chaudoin Norwood, the third son of the late William S. Norwood was born at LaGrange, January 5, 1881, and spent his youth and early manhood in Titusville later moving to West Palm Beach and Miami, and finally making his home in Florida City, where he had accumulated considerable valuable property. He was a man of sterling character and loved and respected by all who knew him. He was a member of the Baptist church.

His remains were laid to rest Sunday afternoon in the family burying ground at LaGrange, the Rev. J. L. Kilgore officiating. Mr. R. M. Norwood and Mrs. S. J. Overstreet, brother and sister of the deceased, accompanied the remains from Florida City to their last resting place, where many of his old friends and relatives had gathered to pay the last tribute of respect to one whom they had long loved.

A widow and two little girls, besides three brothers and six sisters, are left to mourn his untimely death.

Mrs. P. E. Puckett and Mrs. S. J. Overstreet were at the bedside of their brother a week before the end came.

The pall bearers were Messrs. G. F. Duren, J. F. Mitchell, S. J. Overstreet, P. E. Puckett, J. T. Knox and E. R. Wager; uncle and brothers-in-law of the deceased.

There was a profusion of beautiful floral tributes.

The ADVOCATE joins the many friends of the deceased in extending sincere sympathy to the family and other relatives.

Published in the East Coast Advocate on Friday, May 16, 1919.
Death of Wm. C. Norwood

The relatives and friends of W. C. Norwood were grieved to hear of his death which occurred at his home in Florida City, Saturday morning, May 10, 1919, after a short illness from dilatation of the heart.

William Chaudoin Norwood, the third son of the late William S. Norwood was born at LaGrange, January 5, 1881, and spent his youth and early manhood in Titusville later moving to West Palm Beach and Miami, and finally making his home in Florida City, where he had accumulated considerable valuable property. He was a man of sterling character and loved and respected by all who knew him. He was a member of the Baptist church.

His remains were laid to rest Sunday afternoon in the family burying ground at LaGrange, the Rev. J. L. Kilgore officiating. Mr. R. M. Norwood and Mrs. S. J. Overstreet, brother and sister of the deceased, accompanied the remains from Florida City to their last resting place, where many of his old friends and relatives had gathered to pay the last tribute of respect to one whom they had long loved.

A widow and two little girls, besides three brothers and six sisters, are left to mourn his untimely death.

Mrs. P. E. Puckett and Mrs. S. J. Overstreet were at the bedside of their brother a week before the end came.

The pall bearers were Messrs. G. F. Duren, J. F. Mitchell, S. J. Overstreet, P. E. Puckett, J. T. Knox and E. R. Wager; uncle and brothers-in-law of the deceased.

There was a profusion of beautiful floral tributes.

The ADVOCATE joins the many friends of the deceased in extending sincere sympathy to the family and other relatives.

Published in the East Coast Advocate on Friday, May 16, 1919.

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