Drummond Vermillion, 62, resident of
59 Seventh Street, Woodside mill, died
at the residence Wednesday afternoon
at 5:30 o'clock after an illness of
Mrs. Vermillion had been a
resident of that community for the
past 20 years and had spent her entire
life in this county. She was a member
of Reedy River Baptist church, She was
the widow of John Vermillion of this
Surviving are three sons, Claud
Drummond, Jesse Vermillion and George
Vermillion, Greenville; two sisters,
Mrs. W.D. Batson, Travelers Rest; Mrs.
E.W. Batson, Greenville; four
brothers, J.P. Drummond, Greenville;
C.F. Drummond, Travelers Rest; J.G.
Drummond, Travelers Rest, and J.F.
Drummond, Ackard (Icard?) ,
N.C., besides three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
this morning at 11 o'clock from the
Woodside Baptist church. The Rev. W.H.
Harbin will officiate and will be
assisted by the Rev. W.J. Jordan.
Interment will be made in the Reedy
River church cemetery.
The pallbearers will be W.L.
McGaha, T.M. McGaha, A.B, Grice, R.P.
Grice, Lonnie Hammond and Melvin
Flower girls: Misses Elpie
Scott, Maybell McGaha, Etta Lee Grice,
Model Grice, Ethel Nix and Grace
The body is at the residence
awaiting the hour of the service.
from two Greenville News obituary
services for John Vermillion of 57
Seventh street, Woodside, will be held
from the late residence at 3 o'clock
this afternoon. Services will be
conducted by Rev. J.H. Reed and
interment will be in the Reedy River
Mr. Vermillion passed away at
his home at 12:30 o'clock Monday
afternoon. he had made his home in
Greenville for the past 25 years and
is a native of Anderson county.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Ella
Vermillion, he is survived by two
sons, Jesse and George Vermillion, of
this city; one step-son, Claud
Drummond, of Greenville, and three
sisters, Mrs. Jack Wooten, Mrs. Nalley
Owens and Mrs. Eliza Land, all of
Greenville News, Wednesday, Feb. 1,