THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Thursday, February 7, 1946
Orville C. Mosby, 76, and one of the pioneers of Flagler county, died at his Black Point home last Saturday afternoon after several years of impaired health.
Mr. Mosby was a native of Missouri, but came to what is now Flagler County from Idaho in 1912. He was one of the first farmers in this, area to grow early potatoes for market.
He was the local elder of the Bunnell Seventh Day Adventist Church and had served in that capacity about 25 years.
Funeral services were held Monday from the local Adventist Church with Elder Langsworthy of Daytona Beach officiating, assisted by Rev. W. K. McClure, pastor of the First Baptist Church here.
Burial was made that afternoon at Espanola Cemetery with Garcia Funeral Home of St. Augustine in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers were D. D. Moody, G. E. Allen, J. F. Mercer, W. H. Wells, G. L. Biddle and A. C. Rodgers.
Surviving are his wife, Minnie L. Mosby of Bunnell; four daughters, Mrs. Nellie Lammey of Daytona Beach; Mrs. Eliza Garren of Copper Hill, Tenn.; and. Mrs. Ida Parker Colledale, Tenn.; three sons, Clay and Ira Mosby of Bunnell and R. R. Mosby of Flagler Beach; two sisters, Mrs. Jessie Eals of Kansas City, Mo. and Mrs. Gertie Murdock of California.
Also surviving are nine grandchildren.