Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, April 29, 1937


Funeral services for Fred G. Osborn, who died at his home here Tuesday morning after an illness of several months duration, will be held in the funeral parlor of Estes-Krauss in Jacksonville at eleven o’clock Friday morning. Burial will be made in the Riverside Cemetery. Rev. J. S. Taylor, pastor of the local Baptist church and Rev. J. M. DeVette, former pastor of the church will conduct the funeral services.

Mr. Osborn was a native of England but lived in Canada several years before coming to Bunnell to reside. He had been a resident of Bunnell for the past twenty-five years. He owned and operated the Bunnell Meat Market.

He is survived by his widow, one daughter, Mrs. H. F. Stumph, one grandson, Norman Stumph, of Jacksonville. Also three sisters and three brothers who reside in England.

Active pallbearers are: Dr. R. R. Hilborn, Harold Buckles, T. E. Holden, and D. E. Moody of Bunnell, Clay Higginbotham of Palatka and G. C. Cone of Yukon. Honorary pallbearers are:  J. D. Robinson, H. A. Eisenbach, J. I. Sheffield, G. B. Anderson, Joe Stanish, J. F. Mercer, O. K. Herr, of Bunnell, Peter Kendrick and H. Mills of St. Augustine, W. J. Sheppard of Daytona Beach, C. A. Brandenburg of Palatka and O. B. Powell of Jacksonville.

Mr. Osborn would have been 66 years of age on Friday. He had led an active life until last November. He has been confined to his bed since that time.