Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, August 21, 1952


Hiram Ruben Farmer, 74, died of a heart attack here Monday morning while working at his trade of brick mason on a restaurant building owned by J. C. Decker on North U. S. 1.

He was examined by Dr. John M. Canakaris who said Mr. Framer died of a heart attach brought on by the excessive heat of that day.

Mr. Farmer came to Bunnell 31 years ago from Clermon, Ga., his original home. He worked at his trade here for many years, but was semi-retired at his death.

The body was put in charge of Garcia Funeral Home in St. Augustine, and which shipped it Tuesday to Gainesville, Ga. for internment.

He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Verna Lee Oliver and Mrs. Leona Ravane, Clermon, Ga., and Mrs. Lois Saxton of Charlotte, N. C.; six sons, Edwin, Jacksonville, Fla.; Arnold, Grady and Gordon of Clermon; Clyde of Clovis New Mexico; and Hershel whose residence is unknown; one sister, Mrs. Leona Savage, Gainesville, Ga.; two brothers, Calvin and Pete, both of Gainesville, Ga.