Walker D. Darland, March 29, 1856 – February 2, 1937. Bruner’s Chapel Baptist Cemetery, Mercer County, Kentucky.
from The Harrodsburg Herald, Mercer County, Kentucky
Friday, February 5, 1937
Funeral services for Walker Darland, 81, retired farmer, who died at the A. D. Price Hospital Tuesday night, February 2, were held Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. at Bruner’s Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. T. Hassell Bowen officiating, assisted by Rev. George M. Trout. Interment followed in Bruner’s Chapel cemetery.
His survivors include four daughters, Mrs. William Sims, Burgin, Ky.; Mrs. John Yeast, Mrs. Homer Donovan, and Mrs. James Jackson, all of Harrodsburg; five sons, Oscar Darland, Marietta, Wis.; and Omer, Grover, John, and D. Darland, also of Harrodsburg; three sisters, Mrs. James Hungate, Rose Hill; Mrs. Willie Hungate, Harrodsburg; and Mrs. George Harlow, Mackville, Ky. Other survivors include 36 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Six grandsons served as pallbearers. They were Roy Jackson, Lafon Darland, Everett Casey, Harvey Yeast, Willard Yeast, and Claude Yeast.