Duncan John McLaurin - First National Bank of Clio - Cashier

The following obituary was obtained from The State newspaper via the Richland County Public Library.  It was translated into text and posted to the internet by myself, Manning Garrett, in correlation with my research on The First National Bank of Clio.  If you are a relative or know a way to get in touch with any relatives of Duncan J McLaurin, please contact me.

Duncan John McLaurin

1/17/1875
4/10/1952

D.J. McLaurin, Marlboro County Leader Dies

Clio, April 10 – (Special) – D. J. McLaurin, 77, died last night in his sleep at his home in the Carolina section of Marlboro county.

Funeral services will be conducted at 4 0’clock Friday afternoon from Carolina Presbyterian church by his pastor, the Rev. N. G. Barron.  Interment will follow in the church cemetery.  The body will be taken to the church at 3 o’clock Friday afternoon.

He was a son of the late John Wesley and Nancy McInnis McLaurin, and was a native and life-long resident of the Carolina section.  He served for a number of years as treasurer of Carolina Presbyterian Church, and also served on the Marlboro county board of commissioners and as a director of the Bennettsville Production Credit Association.  Mr. McLaurin was a member of the Masonic order.

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Richard H. Davis of Chicago, Ill.; two sisters Mrs. J. E. Nothon of the Carolina section and Mrs. A. P. McQueen of Fork.