|Florida Times Union Saturday,
October 21, 1933, Section 2, pg 1
Laid to Rest
____Police Continue Iquiry in
Funeral services for Bartow Lee,41, Jacksonville policeman, of 817
Lynton Avenue, who died in a local
hospital early Wednesday Morning
from a hemmorage following a blow
on the head, was held yesterday
morning from the Seashole Funer-
The services were conducted by
the Rev. M. M. Reynolds, pastor
of the Second Presbyterian Church.
Pallbearers were: W. J. Tipton, A. W, Moore, E. D. Dorman, T. J.Bar-
wick, J. T. Byrd and W. E. Jones.
Following the services the body
was taken to Houston, Florida,where
interment was made.
Meanwhile, police under the di-
rection of Chief Abel J. Roberts
and Inspector E . L . Acosta are
conducting a thorough nvestigation
into the officer's death.
Henry W. Lee, 18 eldest son of
the policeman, is being held on a
charge of suspicion of murder pend-
ing the findings of the coroner's jury
at an inquest to be held before Jus-
tice of the Peace, M. B. Craig when
the investigation is completed.
Young Lee, was arrested several
hours after his father died and admit-
ed to police that he had fought with the Elder Lee.
Dr. R. R. Killinger, Duval County
Medical examiner, who performed
the autopsy on Lee upon orders of
State Attorney, John W. Harrell,
and death was caused from a blow
on the left temple, which resulted
in the breaking of a blood vessel.
A blood clot and internal hemor-
The physician said the outer
wound appeared to be from 24 to
36 hours old, but the internal clot was more organized and of an older
nature and probably was from four
to five days old.