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 March 20, 1901 Mr. Jas. Antley, of Point vicinity, died Saturday of cancer.
The Gazette August 15, 1900 The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Anderson died Sunday and was buried Monday in Farmerville cemetery.
Funeral services for Jabo Albritton, 83, of Farmerville will be held at 11:00am, Saturday, October 21, 2017 at Ward Chapel Church of Christ with Bro. Terry Cole officiating. Burial will be in Ward Chapel Cemetery under the direction of Farrar Funeral Home in Farmerville. Jabo went to his heavenly home October 16, 2017. He was a member of … Continue reading Elbert D “Jabo” Albritton
The Gazette May 30, 1900 Tribute of Love "Oh death, where is thy sting? Oh grave where is thy victory." On the evening of May 11, 1900, Mary E. Abscent, wife of J. W. Abscent, of Marion community, made her exit from this low ground of sorrow to try the realities of an unknown world. … Continue reading Mary Elizabeth Morris Abscent
Abbi Jenean Albritton Annis Heaven gained another angel on September 23, 2017. Our precious, beautiful daughter, wife and mother and friend, Abbi Jenean Albritton Annis went to live with Jesus for eternity. Abbi would have celebrated her 34th birthday Thursday, September 28th. Her hugs, her smile, her silly texts, her love for children and family, … Continue reading Abbi Jenean Albritton Annis
The Gazette February 21, 1900 Mr. J. W. Auld died at his home near Farmerville Tuesday morning. He was 77 years old.
The Gazette December 6, 1899 Mr. G. W. Owens reports two deaths in the Point neighborhood last week. Mr. Willis Antly died Saturday afternoon, and Mrs. Reuben Carter died Thursday morning. Mr. Carter is quite sick also.
The Gazette November 22, 1899 Mr. Joe Andrews, a prominent farmer of Marion ward, died Friday. He was afflicted with that type of pneumonia that has proved so fatal in Marion vicinity. Mr. Andrews leaves a wife and six children to mourn his lose.
The Gazette June 21, 1899 Mr. Jas. Aulds, son of Mr. W. W. Aulds of our town, died Tuesday morning, after a two weeks' illness. He contracted fever while hauling staves in the Ouachita river swamp. His condition was not regarded as serious until Monday, when congestion set in. Then his family and friends entertained … Continue reading James Aulds
The Gazette May 10, 1899 Mr. Jas. E. Anderson, an old and highly esteemed citizen of D'Arbonne vicinity, died on the 2nd inst., at the ripe old age of 78 years.
The Gazette April 19, 1899 Through oversight The Gazette last week failed to mention the death of Mr. John A. Auger, of Cherry Ridge neighborhood, which occurred several day ago. Mr. Auger was a valuable citizen, a good man, and his loss will be severely felt.
The Gazette October 5, 1898 Died, on Tuesday, September 27, little May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson, of Marion. Little May was 3 years old the 8th of last March. She was a sweet child and a little beauty. Her death was a great shock to her family and friends. She was … Continue reading May Anderson
This is my great grandmother. 11 JUL 1878 - 18 APR 1956 Note: The names Florence and Albritton were misspelled.
The Gazette August 18, 1897 On Sunday night, Aug. 8, the infant child of Mr. Odus Andrews, of Marion, died.