Augustine M. Langford

Oconee Enterprise
Friday, February 12, 1926

Gus Langford Dies In Atlanta

The following news item, carried in last Sunday's Atlanta Journal, brought sorrow to many in Watkinsville, where Gus Langford was born and spent his youg (sic) manhood.

Mr. Augustine M. Langford, of 190 Crew Street, for 35 years connected with the Chamberlin-Johnson-Dubose company, died at his residence Saturday night after a brief illness.

Mr. Langford who was 53 years old was assistant manager of the silk and dry goods department of Chamberlin-Johnson-Dubose, and was one of the most faithful and valued employees of that company, according to members of the firm.

Mr. Langford was unmarried. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. R.W. Tuck, of Coal City, Ala., and Mrs. W.B. Jackson, of Athens, Ga., and several nieces and nephews.

Mr. Henry Winn, of our town, is an uncle by marriage of Mr. Langford.