Emma Dean

The Gazette December 26, 1900 The holiday season was made mournful and sorrowful in Farmerville by the death of Miss Emma Dean. This young lady succumbed to the direful ravages of consumption late Sunday night. She had been a sufferer of the terrible disease for the past several months, her strength gradually failing her, and … Continue reading Emma Dean


Mrs. Lena Dumas

The Gazette October 31, 1900 On Saturday, Nov. 18th, Eld. A. J. Callaway will preach the funeral sermon of Mrs. Lena Dumas, deceased, at Shady Grove church. She died on the 22nd inst. at Calhoun.

T. C. Dean

The Gazette August 15, 1900 After a serious illness of about a month with fever, Mr. T. C. Dean died Sunday afternoon. Deceased was about 23 years of age and leaves a young wife to mourn his death.

E. M. Dean

The Gazette February 28, 1900 Mr. E. M. Dean, a life-long inhabitant of the parish, and highly respected citizen departed this life Sunday afternoon, at the residence of his son in-law, Mr. Sidney Selig.

Onie Daniel

The Gazette September 28, 1898 We are pained to learn of the sad death of Miss Onie Daniel, daughter of the late Sheriff Daniel of Union Parish, which occurred at her mother's home in Waco, Tex., recently. Miss Onie fell a victim to that dread disease  comsumption.