HENRY B. POLLOCK|
Decatur Herald, July 24, 1934
Rev. Pollock Died Monday
Surviving his wife only a month and a day, Rev. Henry B. Pollock, one of the oldest Methodist ministers in this section of the country, died suddenly at 9:30 a.m. Monday in his home, 234 West Leafland avenue, presumably from a heart attack. Mrs. Pollock died June 22.
Mr. Pollock was taken suddenly ill and a physician was called and the Moran & Sons ambulance was sent to take him to the hospital, but when the ambulance arrived the physician pronounced him dead and the body was taken to the Dawson & Wikoff funeral home.
In Ministry 40 Years.
Rev. Mr. Pollock and Miss Kesiah Buchanan were married in Athens February 25, 1870. They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 1930. He was a member of Grace Methodist church. For a long time before taking the pastorate of the church in Argenta he taught Bible class at St. Paulís Methodist church. He leaves the following children: Mrs. Ella Taylor, Canton; Mrs. Zella Funderburk, Ramsey; Mrs. Elizabeth Casey, Herrick; John A. Pollock, Walker; William B. Pollock, and Marshall K. Pollock, both of Decatur. Arrangements for the funeral have not been completed.