The Gazette June 26, 1901 The Gazette is pained to announce the untimely death of Miss Myra Gill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gill, which sad event occurred last Thursday at her parents' home near D'Arbonne. It is supposed that she contracted that deadly disease, consumption, while attending the sick bed of her … Continue reading Myra Gill
The Gazette June 19, 1901 Mr. J. C. Rockett informed us that Mrs. T. J. Rabun, of Spearsville vicinity, died Monday, June 10.
The Gazette May 29, 1901 We regret to learn of the death of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Edwards’ little child which sad event occurred Monday morning.
The Gazette May 8, 1901 Dr. W. W. Barnes breathed his last Monday morning at his residents in Farmerville after an illness of three weeks with a complicated attack of fever. He died as he lived - calm and peaceful - the spark of the dying out as a flickering candle. He was in his … Continue reading Dr. W. W. Barnes Dead
The Gazette May 1, 1901 We regret to learn that Mr. Jas. Bowen, son of Mr. J. E. H. Bowen, died last Thursday.
The Gazette May 1, 1901 Mr. T. C. Brown, a brother of ex-Deputy Sheriff Brown, of Claiborne Parish, was run over and killed by a train on the Arkansas Southern railroad at Junction City last Wednesday. The deceased was deaf, and failed to hear the train while being switched about the yards.
The Gazette April 24, 1901 Mr. J. D. Baughman and family returned from New Orleans Tuesday morning. They report a pleasant trip. Mr. Baughman informs us that Mrs. W. F. Ashby died in Ruston Monday night, and that Mrs. Duty is quite sick.
The Gazette April 24, 1901 Mrs. Josephine Henry, of Mosely’s Bluff neighborhood, died Saturday night, of neuralgia of the heart. She was about 60 years old.
The Gazette April 24, 1901 Mr. J. L. Wynne’s four -year old child died Sunday morning.
The Gazette April 24, 1901 Mrs. W. B. Hearn died at her home in Bernice on the 13th inst. of consumption.
The Gazette April 17, 1901 Miss Rosa Hodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hodge, died on the 7th inst. of measles at Ruston, where she had been attending school. She was 12 years of age.
The Gazette April 17, 1901 Mr. R. M. Gill informs us that Mr. Lonzo Colvin, of Unionville neighborhood, came to a sad and untimely death on the 5th inst. He had been sick with the measles, and the night of the accident his father, Mr. Wm. Colvin, who was watching at the deceased's bedside, went … Continue reading Lonzo Colvin
The Gazette April 17, 1901 The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayes died last week of blood poisoning.
The Gazette March 27, 1901 The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everett died Monday about noon. The little one was taken violently ill Sunday, and everything possible was done to stay the hand of death, but without avail. Burial took place Tuesday in the Farmerville cemetery. The Gazette extends deepest sympathy to the … Continue reading Infant Everett
The Gazette March 27, 1901 The many friends of Judge G. H. Ellis will learn with regret of his sudden demise at his home in Mer Rouge Monday evening. For the past few years he has been afflicted with an incurable attack of rheumatism, and it is supposed that his death resulted therefrom. Judge Ellis … Continue reading Judge G. H. Ellis Dead