Luther T. Brazelle

Funeral Services for Luther T. Brazelle, 51, of near Blaney, who was killed instantly about 11:30 Saturday night when struck by an automobile in the neighborhood of Quinine hill, Forest Drive, will be conducted at 3 o’clock this afternoon from the Smyrna Methodist church near Blaney by the pastor of the church. Interment will be in the churchyard.

The funeral party will leave McCormick mortuary at 2 o’clock.

Mr. Brazelle is survived by four brothers, Willie Brazelle of Columbia, Burrell Brazelle of winnsboro, Jim Brazelle and Joe Brazelle of Blaney; five Brazelle of Winnsboro, Frank Brazelle, Robert Brazelle, and James Brazelle, all of Blaney.

Mrs. Brazelle, who was walking with her husband, suffered numerous bruises in the face.

The car which struck Mr. Brazelle was driven by F. B. Reynolds, co-ordinator of vocational education at columbia high school. Mr. Reynolds said that Mr. and Mrs. Brazelle were facing toward his automobile and that he swerved, succeeding in missing Mrs. Brazelle but hitting her husband.

Coroner John A. Sargeant said that an inquest would be held at 5 o’clock this afternoon.

On October 29, 1939, Luther T. Brazell was listed in the newspaper article “3rd Richland Auto Death In Two Days.

On October 29, 1939, Luther Brazell was listed in the newspaper article “Deaths.

On October 30, 1939, Luther T. Brazell was listed in the newspaper article “At Least Four Die in Wrecks.

On October 31, 1939, Luther T. Brazell was listed in the newspaper article “Widow Reports Mate Jumped Before Vehicle.

On October 31, 1939, Luther T. Brazell was listed in the newspaper article “Widow Testifies Husband Jumped to Death in Car’s Path; Four Inquests Held.”

Obituary Information:

October 30, 1939  State (published as The State) 
 Columbia, South Carolina
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