Date of Death: 21 Mar 1923
Subject: Isaac Clinton Morris
Source: Savannah Reporter, 23 Mar 1923 

I. C. Morris of Rea passed away at the home of his sister Mrs. Deaton in Barnard on Wednesday morning, March 21, at 6 o'clock.  A biography will be published next week. 

Source: Savannah Reporter, 30 Mar 1923 

Clint Morris died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Mc [sic] Deaton, Wednesday morning, March 23, at about 6:00 o’clock, following a short illness of pneumonia. Mr. Morris was married to Miss Mary Anna Jackson, March 25, 1885, and she preceeded [sic] him in death in January 1909 [sic]. He leaves four children to mourn his departure, Ira of Rea, Clarence of Marrill, Iowa, Joe of Rea and Jessie, who lives with Mr. and Mrs. Deaton in Barnard. Three sisters and one brother also survive him: Mrs. Thomas Painter, Clyde, Mo., Mrs. Sarah Woodhead, and Mrs. Deaton of Barnard and Israel of Palco, Kansas.

Mr. Morris was a member of the Bolckow M. E. Church of the I.O.O.F. Lodge at Flag Springs and of the Mason Lodge at Whitesville. 

Funeral services were preached at Flag Springs Thursday and burial was at Flag Springs.