Obituary of W. M. McDaniel, LaSalle Parish, Louisiana
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From The Jena Times - Olla Tullos Signal;
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LaSalle Parish Library, Located in Jena, LaSalle Parish,
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The body of W.M. McDaniel of Georgetown, La., age 65 years was discovered
Sunday morning about 9 o'clock by a thirteen year-old youth, Harry
of Zenoria. Mr. McDaniel was last seen about dark Saturday in the vicinity
Having failed to return to his home Saturday night, his family gave the
alarm and immediate search was begun, young Robertson discovered the body
partly submerged in mud and water with the head down at the south end of
Little River railroad bridge near Zenoria. After carefully looking the body
over the youth notified authorities.
A large bruise and severe lacerations were sustained on the left side of
head and temple. Opinion was the he probably fell from the bridge striking
his head on some obstruction.
Deceased is survived by his wife and five children. Mrs. H. Coleman, Mrs.
H.H. Harris and W.C. McDaniel of Urania, Mrs. Edna Jones of Smackover, Ark.
And Mrs. Ethel McDaniel of Georgetown.
Services were held at Urania, La. Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock with
interment in Pine Grove Cemetery.
(The Jena Times - Olla - Tullos Signal, Thursday, January 19, 1933)