Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, August 27, 1936


Mrs. Louetta S. Cochran passed away at 1:15 Sunday afternoon at her home here, following an illness of long duration. Mrs. Cochran had made this her home for 28 years, coming here from Gainesville, Ga., and leaves a host of friends who will hear with regret of her passing. She was 62 years old.

Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday morning at ten o'clock with Rev. J. A. Partridge, pastor of the local Methodist church, of which she was a member, and Rev. H. E. Partridge of Orlando, conducting the services. Burial was made at Espanola Cemetery following the services. The Craig funeral home was in charge of the burial.

Seven daughters survive: Mrs. J. M. Council of Americus, Ga.; Mrs. J. W. Brown of Spartan burg, S. C.; Mrs. Harold Young, of Columbia, S. C.; Mrs. E. O. Stokes, of Lake Wales, Mrs. A. J. Peterson of Pierson, Mrs. J. B. O'Dell of Orlando, and Miss Mary Sheffield Cochran of Bunnell. One brother, Sam Sheffield of Shellman, Georgia, and the following; grandchildren, Jamie Brown, Louetta Young, Harold Young, Jr., Arvid Peterson, Jr., and Frances Bailey Stokes.

Four sons-in-law of the deceased acted as pallbearers, E. O. Stokes, A. J. Peterson, J. B. O'Dell and Harold, Young. They were assisted by C. G. Varn and Charles Walker.

Until her health failed several years ago Mrs. Cochran was an active member of the Methodist church, Order of Eastern Star, and local civic organizations.