Fulton Weekly Gazette, May 2, 1913,
Boyd L. Clatterbuck, 35 years old, a successful young farmer of South Callaway, died Monday at his home, one mile south of Carrington, of Bright's disease. He had been in failing health for two years. Mr. Clatterbuck was born July 10, 1877, near New Bloomfield, and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Clatterbuck, both of whom are living in New Bloomfield. He was married to Miss Ella Bennett Humphreys, on the farm on which his death occurred. Mr. Clatterbuck bought this farm from his father-in -law, the late Warren Humphreys, at the time of his marriage and he had lived there since.
Besides his wife and parents, he is survived by four children, namely, Warrene, Paul, Elburn and Marvin; also two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Ova P. Wilson and Miss Mary Clatterbuck, of New Bloomfield, and Charles and Douglas Clatterbuck of Guthrie.
Funeral services were held at Dry Fork Baptist Church, two miles west of Guthrie, Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. C.A. Mitchell, officiating and burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Clatterbuck joined this church when he was 14 years old and was a member until his death. He also was a member of Boydsville Camp of Modern Woodsmen and the Guthrie Camp of Royal Neighbors.
Mr. Clatterbuck dealt extensively in mules and thoroughbred hogs and was eminently successful in his farm and stock operations. He was a good businessman, highly esteemed by his friends and neighbors, and his death is sincerely regretted by the people of the community in which he lived.