Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, May 26, 1966


Stanley Farnsworth, owner and operator of The Beach Comber, Flagler Beach, was accidentally killed about noon Wednesday while repairing an electrical appliance at his place of business. He was brought to the Bunnell General Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

The coroner's jury verdict stated it was accidental death from electricity while repairing an electrical box with faulty connections.

Mr. Farnsworth was born June 13, 1916. He is survived by his wife, Edna Farnsworth of Flagler Beach, and two daughters.

Craig Funeral Home of Bunnell is in charge of arrangements, which were incomplete at press time.


Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, June 2, 1966

Funeral service was held Saturday afternoon from the St. Thomas Episcopal Church for Stanley Farnsworth of Flagler Beach who died May 26. Rev. Robert Stuart, Priest in charge, officiated. Interment followed at the Espanola Cemetery.

Mr. Farnsworth was a native of Nottingham, England and came to Flagler Beach in 1952 from Stratford, Conn., where he had resided for some time. He owned and operated the Beach Comber Motel at Beverly Beach on North AlA. He also operated a Radio and TV repair shop there. He was 49 years of age.

Survivors are his wife, Edna Farnsworth, Beverly Beach; 2 daughters, Mrs. Lynn Karcher of DeBerry, Florida and Mrs. Dale Pieger of Stratford, Conn.

Pallbearers were Coy Harris, Bill Tidwell, Louis Steflik, Tom Lenssen, Pat O'Briene, and Frank Waugh.

Craig Funeral Home of Bunnell was in charge of arrangements.