|Samuel S. Daughtrey|
|Fort Myers News-Press- Wed. Dec.18,1963|
|Samuel S. Daughtrey,63 of Bonita Springs, died Tuesday afternoon in Fort Myers. He was a native of Fort Ogden for many years, coming to Bonita Springs 10 years ago. He was a member of the Baptist Church.|
He is survived by six sisters, Mrs. Ann Tippins, Mrs. Bell Fugate, Mrs. Ethel Fort, all of Fort Ogden: Mrs Kate Smoke, Crystal River, Mrs. Myra Downing of Bonita Springs, Mrs. Homer Sailer of Rolling Hills, Calif. Four brothers, Morris, Cecil and Francis Daughtrey of Punta Gorda and Julian Daughtrey of Fort Ogden..
Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the McLeod Funeral Service, Charlotte Harbor.
| John daughtry Sr.,96, died at his home in Fort Ogden March 17,1932.|
Funeral services were held at the Fort Ogden Cemetery Sunday,March 20. Rev.Sam Durrance officiating.
Deceased is survived by eight daughters, Mrs. Anna Tippins, Mrs. Belle Fugate, Mrs.Henry Daughtrey, Mrs.Thomas Daughtry, Mrs.Ethel Fort, Mrs.Kate Smoak, Mrs.Carmel Sailers, all of Fort Ogden, and Mrs.Marion Downings of Bonita Springs; and six sons, Julius, Dewey, Smoak, Cecil, and Frank, of Fort Ogden, and Morris of Punta Gorda. There are thirty-nine grandchildren and twenty-one great grandchildren.
Mr Daughtry was a resident of Fort Ogden for more than 56 years, and was a member of the Baptist church. R.C. Bozarth, mortician in charge.
|A Bloody Homicide|
| Read the Fort Myers Press Nov.4,1885 newspaper account of the tragic death of Jacob Daughtrey, brother of John Daughtrey Sr.. Posted on the Lee County Fl.GenWeb site.|
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Naples Daily News - Sept.1992 - Lessie Lee (Daughtrey) Addison
Lessie Lee Addison, 81, of Naples, died in Cleveland, Ohio on Friday, Sept.11, 1992 as the result of an automobile accident. Mrs. Addison had been a resident of Naples for 65 years. Surviving are her children, Ruby Collins of Fl., Fred Addison of Longwood, Fl., Joyce Zollner of FL.,& Doris Easterly of Fl.; A sister Cecilia Goodwin of Hollyville, Ala.; a brother Charles Daughtrey of Cleveland, Ohio; a sister-in-law Dolly Storter of Bonita Springs, FL; 18 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Addison, a son George Gerald Addison, and one grandaughter.
Funeral services for Mrs. Addison will be conducted on Thursday, Sept. 17,1992 at 10 a.m. at the Naples Memorial Gardens Mausoleum Chapel with the Rev.Grant Thigpen of New Hope Ministries officiating.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel.
Fort Myers News Press - October l, 1950 Arthur G. Daughtrey, 69, native-born Lee County pioneer, died yesterday at Lee Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. A resident of the Bayshore section, he lived on the homestead staked out by his father in 1870 as first settler in that area. A lifelong cattleman, he owned pasture and cattle in Lee and Charlotte Counties at his death. During the 1930's he operataed a dairy business in addition to his beef cattle but closed that out in 1940. The funeral service will be conducted at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Engelhardt Funeral Home by the Rev. James E. Byler of the First Baptist Church. Burial in Fort Myers Cemetery will follow. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mabel Daughtrey; a son, Rufe Daughtrey; a dauaghter, Mrs. W. D. Parker; a brother, J. H. Daughrey of Arcadia; two sisters, Mrs. Amanda Steffen and Mrs. Mary Bylaska of Fort Myers and two grandchildren, Jimmy and Sallie Daughtrey. Daughtrey attended the first Fort Myers high school. He spent several years teaching school in the county. Then he combined operation of his cattle with running a general store and post office at Bayshore, branched into the dairy business, and in his final years devoted himself to raising beef cattle. He was a strong advocate of improved pastures and upbreeding of herds and was among the first to import Brahman stock. Deeply religious, Daughtrey was a member of the First Baptist Church and had been an ordained Baptist minister since the early 1920's. Although he did not practice the ministry as a profession, Daughtrey offered his services as a preacher to any church in the area whenever needed and frequently "filled in" at churches at Pine Island Bridge, Immokalee, Felda and other communities.
Fort Myers News-Press, April 30, 1994 - Camilla G. Daughtrey, 78, Cape Coral, died April 28, 1994. She was born May 27, 1915 in Fort Myers and had been a lifetime resident of this area. Mrs. Daughtrey is survived by three sisters; Louise Hansen, Ft. Myers, Violet Cason, Naples, Florida, Eleanor Wiggins, Fort Myers, seven grandchildren Katie Jones, Patsy Golden, Joe Golden, Rick Golden, Opie Golden, Tina Ball and Jenny Craft, several great-grandchildren, several great-great-grandchildren and a daughter-in-law, Dorothy Golden, Fort Myers. Graveside funeral services will be conducted today at 11 a.am. at fort Myers Cemetery with Rev. Rea Means officiating. Anderson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements
Fort Myers News-Press, Tuesday, October 19, 1982 Mabel M. Daughtrey, 92, of Fort Myers, died Sunday in Fort Myers. She was born July 26, 1890 in Plant City, FL and moved to Fort Myers in 1908. In 1909 she married Arthur G. Daughtey. She began her teaching career in 1908 at Samville (Bayshore School) and completed her career at the age of 70 as a teacher at J. Colin English School. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Fort Myers, the Southwest Florida Historical Society, Pioneer Club of Lee County and the Lee County Retired Teachers Association. She is survived by her granddaughter, Sally Powell of Fort Myers; a grandson, James Daughtrey of Atlanta, GA; five great-grandchildren; five nieces, Evelyn Sharpe and Lucille Martin, both of Tampa; Mrs. James Yatres of Leesburg, Mary Schenck of Chattanooga, Tenn. and Madeline Rooney of Sarasota, and one nephew, Carl Kendrick of Plant City. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. at Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral Home with The Rev. Jack Powell, Jr. officiating. Interment will be in Fort Myers Cemetery.
Fort Myers News-Press, Monday, Jan. 30, 1978 - Owen J. Daughtrey, 62, of North Fort Myers, died Sunday. He was a native of Lee County, a veteran of World War II and a member of the VFW. He is survived by his wife, Camilla Daughtrey; one son, Joe Golden of North Fort Myers; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral Home with the Rev. James Daniels officiating. Cremation will follow. Memorial may be made to a favorite charity.
Fort Myers News-Press, Wed., Dec. 18, 1963 - Samuel S. Daughtrey, 63, of Bonita Springs, died Tuesday afternoon in Fort Myers. He was a native of Fort Ogden for many years, coming to Bonita Springs 10 years ago. He was a member of the Baptist Church. He is survived by six sisters, Mrs. Ann Tippins, Mrs. Bell Fugate, Mrs. Ethel Fort, all of Fort Ogden, Mrs. Kate Smoke, Crystal River, Mrs. Myra Downing of Bonita Springs, Mrs. Homer Sailer, Rolling Hills, Calif.; four brothers, Morris, Cecil and Francis Daughtrey of Punta Gorda and Julian Daughtrey of Fort Ogden. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the McLeod Funeral Service, Charlotte Harbor.
FORT MYERS NEWS-PRESS - Wednesday, October 8, 1986 Ethel Mae Albritton, 78, of Fort Myers, passed away Monday. She had been a long time resident of Lee County and was a member of the Church of God, Lehigh Acres.Mrs. Albritton is survived by three sons, Lamar Albritton, Willard D. Albritton, both of Fort Myers and Calvin Albritton of North Fort Myers; two daughters, Sara Mae Hinkle of LaBelle and Vera Laverne Hendricks of Fort Myers; a brother, Charles Daughtry of Fort Myers; two sisters, Lessie Addison of Naples and Celia Goodman of Alabama; 13 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 10:30 a.m. from the chapel of Anderson Funeral Home, 3654 Palm Beach Boulevard with Rev. Joseph P. Hubbard and Pastor Jim Ellis of Harvest Temple Church of God, Lehigh Acres, officiating. Interment will be in Fort Myers Cemetery (Garden of Memories).
FORT MYERS NEWS-PRESS - Thursday, November 20, 1975 O. B. Albritton, 71, of 4767 Garcia, died Tuesday. A native of Moore Haven, he had lived in Fort Myers for the past 30 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ethel Albritton of Fort Myers; thee sons, Calvin Albritton, Tom Albritton and Lamar Albritton, all of Fort Myers; two daughters, Mrs. Lavern Hendricks of Fort Myers and Mrs. Sara Howard of LaBelle, 13 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.Funeral service will be conducted Friday at 10 a.m. at the chapel of the Anderson Funeral Home, 3654 Palm Beach Blvd. with the Rev. Lonnie Ray Johns of the Church of God Safety Harbor officiating. Burial will be at Fort Myers Cemetery. (Garden of Memories) Pallbearers will be Hugh Martin, Bud Wooten, Carroll Copping, Lester Curry, Lester Lee Curry and Clarence Inge.
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