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
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.
The Gazette October 10, 1900 Mr. J. R. Taylor, of Oakland ward, informs us that three deaths occurred in his vicinity last week. The unfortunate ones were Mrs. E. B. Dollar, Mr. J. T. Stripling and the two year old child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leslie. The two former died of consumption, and the … Continue reading Dollar, Stripling and Leslie
The Gazette September 12, 1900 Dr. J. L. Dendy lost his only little daughter on Sept. 2nd. Her remains were buried on the 4th inst.
The Gazette August 29, 1900 Mrs. Geo. Dumas died at her home near D’Arbonne, last Wednesday night.
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.
The Gazette March 28, 1900 Mr. J. S. Henry informs us that the infant child of John Day died Saturday night.
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.
The Gazette January 24, 1900 Mr. Will Day, of Marion ward, died last week from an attack of measles. There is considerable sickness of this character in that section.
The Gazette January 3, 1900 Mr. W. H. Downs died Sunday morning at his home near Farmerville after a brief illness.
The Gazette December 20, 1899 The Gazette is pained to chronicle the death of Mrs. Ada Daniel, widow of the late ex-Sheriff E. L. Daniel of Union Parish. She died last Monday, the 11th inst., at Waco, Tex., after several weeks illness with consumption.
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.
The Gazette September 28, 1898 Mr. E. M. Morris informs us that the nine-month baby of Mr. Green Defee died last week.
The Gazette April 6, 1898 Josephine A. Dean, daughter of Allen and Rosetta Stancell, was born in Greenville, N. C., October 21, 1834. She immigrated with her parents to Union Parish, La., in 1837. On October 23, 1854 she was married to Elijah M. Dean, with whom she lived as a happy and devoted wife … Continue reading Josephine A. “Josie” Stancil Dean
The Gazette February 23, 1898 Mrs. E. M. Dean died at her husband's residence six miles northeast of Farmerville, Monday morning at 10 o'clock. She had been in bad health for some time, and her family and friends realized several days before the death summons came that her earthly career was near at a end. … Continue reading Mrs. E. M. Dean