The Gazette May 23, 1940 Marion Man Is Fatally Crushed by Log Truck Last Rites for J. A. (Dutch) Everett Are Held Wednesday Marion, La.–Funeral services for J. A. (Dutch) Everett, 38, of Marion, who met instant death about 3 o’clock Tuesday afternoon, May 21, when struck by a log truck just out of town on … Continue reading J. A. (Dutch) Everett
The Gazette November 4, 1903 Mrs. Julius Arent died Monday night at 9 o'clock after a brief illness. Mrs. Arent was the sister of the late Col. Daniel Stein and lived in Farmerville, prior to her marriage with Mr. Arent, who survives her. Mrs. Arent was about fifty-five years old. She leaves six children, three … Continue reading Mrs. Julius Arent
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The Gazette October 21, 1903 Mrs. M. J. Lee, mother of Hon. John M. Lee, Jr., Major J. G. Lee, Mrs. W. J. Turnage, Mrs. R. C. Webb and Mrs. H. H. Lee, died at Mer Rouge, the home Mrs. R. C. Webb, on Sunday, October 18th. Mrs. Lee has been a mother indeed who … Continue reading Mrs. M. J. Lee
The Gazette September 2, 1903 Last Sunday morning about 9:30 o’clock Col. D. Stein, one of the oldest and most prominent citizen of Farmerville, died at the residence of his step daughter, Mrs. Ellen Levi. Mr. Stein had been ill for several weeks, and as he had from the beginning steadily grown weaker and weaker … Continue reading Col. Daniel Stein
Funeral services for M. C. Fields, 78, will be held Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 11 am at the Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Farmerville. Reverend Tommy L. Carr, pastor and teacher, will conduct the service. Interment will immediately follow at the Zion Hill Church Cemetery. Visitation will be held Friday, June 15, 2018 … Continue reading M. C. Fields
The Gazette July 29, 1903 In Memoriam Lizzie Hicks, the oldest child and only daughter of J. N. and Alice McGough Hicks, ended this life Thursday, July 3, 1903. She would have been ten years old the fourteenth of this month. She was a bright and lovable child and her death has caused a deep … Continue reading Lizzie Hicks
The Gazette July 22, 1903 Mrs. James R. Fuller, an estimable lady of Shiloh, wife of Capt. J. R. Fuller, president of the Bank of Bernice, died last Wednesday evening after a protracted illness. Her remains were laid at rest in the Shiloh cemetery Thursday. Mrs. Fuller had been an invalid for several months with … Continue reading Mrs. James R. Fuller
The Gazette May 27, 1903 In Memoriam. Our dear father has passed over the river that we all must cross; his sufferings are over; he quietly rests beside his wife and children who had already gone before. How sad it was to give him up! Andrew H. Daniel was born October 12, 1850, and died … Continue reading Andrew J. Daniel
The Gazette May 20, 1903 In Memoriam When death invades the family circle and claims for its victim the dear, devoted wife and fond, indulgent mother, and leaves husband and children almost heart-broken, it is indeed a sad sight to the beholder. But it is the Lord’s doings, and it is marvelous in our … Continue reading Lizzie Cooper
Mr. I. Shuster Dead The Gazette April 22, 1903 Postmaster Isaac Shuster died at his residence in Farmerville last Friday evening, after a prolonged illness with rheumatic troubles. Several days before the end came his family and friends realized that death was the inevitable; and hence they were in a measure prepared for it. Mr. Shuster … Continue reading Isaac Shuster
The Gazette April 15, 1903 On Tuesday of last week Mrs. J. G. Trimble was called to Ruston on account of the serious illness of her father, Mr. R. M. Hardy. When she arrived there Mr. Hardy was in an unconscious state from which he never rallied, but died peacefully early Thursday morning. He leaves … Continue reading R. M. Hardy
The Gazette February 25, 1903 A Tribute of Love "O Death, where is thy sting? O Grave, where is thy victory" On the morning of December 4th, 1902, Freddie E. Green, wife of Willie Green, of Lourtre community, made her exit from this low ground of sorrow to try the realities of an unknown world. … Continue reading Freddie E. Green
The Gazette January 28, 1903 Mr. James Evans, an energetic farmer of Bernice neighborhood, died last week; aged about 42 years. He leaves a wife and nine children to mourn his death.
The Gazette January 28, 1903 Mr. Wm. Pearson, Sr., an old resident of Union Parish, died Monday evening at his home five miles northwest of Farmerville. He had been painfully sick for several months and his death was no surprise to his family or friends. He leaves a widow and two children to mourn his … Continue reading William Pearson, Sr.