Allen Whitted Dies At Lockwood Ridge
After several months of illness, Allan Whitted died at his home at Lockwood Ridge on the morning of July 4th. The funeral services were held at Rosemary Cemetery the next morning, conducted by the pastor of the Christian church of Braidentown.

Mr. Whitted leaves a wife and ten children, and a number of relatives. His eldest son is still in the service, leaving with the Sarasota Militia April 1917.

Out of town relatives at the funeral were his sister, Mrs. Mattie Davis of Terra Ceia, and his brother, F.A. Whitted of St. Petersburg. Mrs. Eliza Bass of Sarasota is also a sister. The Times extends sympathy to the family in their bereavement.



Related Links
Obituary of Annie Viola Walker Whitted McKendree, wife of Allen Whitted
Rosemary Cemetery, Sarasota Florida: Allen Whitted and Annie Viola Walker


The obituary appeared in The Sarasota Times, July 10, 1919, p.5, and was quoted in The Whitted Family, Book 4,published privately by Michael and Anita Evanco, p.10. Braidentown was later called Bradenton.

Allen Whitted, 1860-1919, was the youngest son of Elbridge Whitted and Caroline Aldridge.



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