Seymour Durham Fambrough

Oconee Enterprise
Friday, Jun 26 1925
Page One

Mr. S.D. Fambro Died At His Home Bishop Wednesday

Mr. S.D. Fambrough, a life-long resident of the thriving little town of Bishop, answered the final call of his Master just as the sun was sinking behind the hills Wednesday evening, June 24th. Mr. Fambrough had been in failing health for a number of months past; he had suffered untold agony but he bore his pains without a murmur of a whimper. He was in his 58th year and had been a resident of Bishop since we were a mere tot. He was one of the first men we remember. He was loved and admired by all who knew him. He was a true Christian gentleman. And his death will bring sorrow to practically every man, woman and child in our county.

Mr. Fambrough is survived by his widow, a daughter, Mrs. S.B. Porter, and a son, Mr. Wallace Fambrough, all of Bishop; a sister, Mrs. Clemmine James, of Maxeys; three brothers, Dr. Meigs Fambrough, of Bostwick; Mr. E.G. Fambrough, of Atlanta; Mr. Lumpie Fambrough of Atlanta, and scores of relatives and friends.

The Enterprise extends to the bereaved relatives and friends its tenderest sympathy in the sad loss of this beloved man.

As we go to press the funeral and interment had not been arranged.