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 February 13, 1901 Last week Mrs. Griffin Crowell, who resided near Vienna in Lincoln Parish, was severely burned while doing kitchen work. She died the next day from the effects of the burns.
The Gazette August 22, 1900 Mr. James W. Crook, of the eighth ward, died last Thursday, after a week's illness. It is supposed that his death was produced by injuries sustained in a fall.
The Gazette August 15, 1900 Mrs. T. W. Clark died at at her home near Meridian last Friday after a brief illness.
The Gazette July 25, 1900 Mr. Willis Cooper, brother of Police Juror Cooper, died last Saturday night after a protracted illness.
The Gazette March 21, 1900 Mr. W. P. Taunton, of Marion ward, reports two deaths in his vicinity last week. Mrs. Wm. Wheeler died on the 13th and the infant child of Mr. J. D. Crow died Friday.
The Gazette July 2, 1884 Obituary William Mitchell Gill was born in Oglethorpe county, Ga., April 26, 1813, and died in Lincoln parish, La., March 12, 1884. Mary James Culbertson was born in Marion, Perry county, Ala., August 27, 1824 and died in Lincoln parish, La., August 17, 1882. The above mentioned persons were married in Noxabee … Continue reading William Mitchell and Mary James Culbertson Gill
The Gazette January 3, 1900 Mrs. Crow, of Marion ward, widow of the late Wm. Crow, died recently.
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 15, 1899 Mr. W. R. Cox died Friday after a protracted illness. Mr. Cox was well advanced in years, but the immediate cause of his death was paralysis. He was a pensioner as a Union soldier in the Mexican war. His remains were interred in the Farmerville cemetery Sunday.
The Gazette October 19, 1898 Mr. Cammack, father of Mrs. J. R. Killgore of our parish, died at his home in Portland, Ark. last week.
March 11, 1927 - August 8, 2017 Christine Weldon Caldwell, 90, of Bernice, LA passed away on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at Presbyterian Village in Little Rock, AR. She was born on March 11, 1927, in Bernice, LA. Funeral services for Christine Weldon Caldwell will be held Friday, August 11, 2017 at 3:00 PM at … Continue reading Christine Weldon Caldwell
It has been believed that Demetrius Colvin Coplen died on February 19, 1898 in Dresden, Texas. I have never found anything to back that up until now. This was published in The Gazette on March 2, 1898.
The Gazette January 19, 1898 Saturday morning Mr. Robt. Rasbury received a telegram from Ruston, conveying the sad news that his father-in-law, Mr. Henry Chapman, had died the previous day. Only a few days ago the deceased left Farmerville for Ruston apparently in good health. He was seized with a severe case of the grip, … Continue reading Henry Chapman
The Gazette August 4, 1897 Mr. S. A. Graves informs us that three persons were buried in the Union graveyard, near the Arkansas line, on the 27th ult. They were Mrs. Ida Cox, Mr. Allen Houser's year old baby and Mr. Joe Remore's infant child.