One of the Lord's noblemen.
29 December 1921
WARREN GASTONThe funeral of Mr. Warren Gaston was conducted at the First Baptist church last Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. L. E. Dutton, assisted by Rev. John E. Barnard, being in charge of the funeral service, which was attended by a large number of relatives and friends of the deceased. He passed away in Atlanta last Saturday afternoon, after a short illness, pneumonia being the immediate cause of his death. His first wife was Miss Irma Smith, daughter of the late S. C. Smith.Surviving him are his second wife, his mother, Mrs. N. E. Smith; two sons, Messrs. Joe Sam and Bob Willie Smith, and one brother, Mr. Bill Gaston, of Taylorsville.For a few years the deceased was a resident of Cartersville, coming here from Taylorsville where he was born and reared. Later, he went to Atlanta and has held a lucrative position with the Georgia Railway & Power Company ever since.News of his death came as a shock to his host of friends throughout the county, and the family are receiving the condolences of every one who knew and loved Warren Gaston.
Per her gravestone in Oak Hill Cemetery, Warren's first wife was Dora Imogene (1872-1908). She was a daughter of Samuel C. Smith.