Brother of Mrs. John T. Moseley
Dies in Gulfport.
William Livingston, aged 62 years, died at 4 o’clock yesterday morning in Gulfport, Miss., where he was stricken with apoplexy last Saturday. When stricken Mr. Livingston was several miles in the country attending to business for his ???, the American Wire Fence company, of Chicago. One week before he came to Chattanooga to visit his wife and the family of his brother-in-law, John T. Moseley, on East Fifth street. The trip to Chattanooga was made from a considerable distance, Mr.. Livingston having taken a sudden notion that he should come home. When here he was apparently in perfect health and in jovial mood. News of his serious condition was telegraphed here last Saturday and his wife of ex Chief of Police Moseley, started at once for Gulfport. The a????? man never regained consciousness.
Surviving Mr. Livingston are his widow, the sister of Mrs. Moseley; two sisters, Mrs. Plumber, of San Antonio, Tex., and Mrs. Beard, of Lebanon, Tenn.; and one brother, who resides in California, and was reared in Nashville, and was well known there socially and in a business way. He was for many years one of the Nashville’s business men, and considered that city his home, although his wife spent a greater portion of her time with her sister in this city.
The body will reach Nashville some time today and interment will be in mount Olivet cemetery in that city. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
During his residence in Chatanooga (sic) Mr. Livingston was connected with several of the large hardware houses at various times, and was well known throughout the city.
Mrs. J. T. Moseley left for Nashville yesterday to attend the funeral.
Chattanooga Times 16 Feb 1911
by Claudia O'Leary