The Gazette May 29, 1901 We regret to learn of the death of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Edwards’ little child which sad event occurred Monday morning.
The Gazette March 27, 1901 The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everett died Monday about noon. The little one was taken violently ill Sunday, and everything possible was done to stay the hand of death, but without avail. Burial took place Tuesday in the Farmerville cemetery. The Gazette extends deepest sympathy to the … Continue reading Infant Everett
The Gazette March 27, 1901 The many friends of Judge G. H. Ellis will learn with regret of his sudden demise at his home in Mer Rouge Monday evening. For the past few years he has been afflicted with an incurable attack of rheumatism, and it is supposed that his death resulted therefrom. Judge Ellis … Continue reading Judge G. H. Ellis Dead
The Gazette March 13, 1901 Jesse Dewey, the baby son of J. B. and Maud Edwards, died Feb. 20, 1901, at their home near Mt. Lebanon. Two years was this precious jewel permitted to gladden and make sunshine in the home of his fond parents and little brothers. Then he was transplanted in the garden … Continue reading In Memory of Little Jesse
The Gazette March 6, 1901 Mr. Roland Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Edwards died last week of pneumonia, aged 18 years.
The Gazette December 19, 1900 Mr. Joseph Paulk informs us that Mr. C. W. Elliott, an old resident of Shiloh ward died suddenly Sunday of paralysis. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss.
The Gazette October 10, 1900 Mrs. W. E. Evans died last Friday night at her home in Farmerville. She was 37 years of age. Rev. H. B. Thomason will preach her funeral sermon at Greenville school house near Oakland, on Sunday, Oct. 21st at 4 o’clock p.m.
The Gazette January 17, 1900 The infant child of Mrs. C. C. Edwards died last week. We are glad to state that the other members of this sorely afflicted family are on the road to recovery.
The Gazette January 3, 1900 Mr. C. C. Edwards, of Marion ward, died Sunday morning after a short illness with the fatal type of pneumonia that has been so prevalent for the past two months in that vicinity. Mr. Edwards was an upright, sober, industrious farmer, and the loss of such men is keenly felt … Continue reading C. C. Edwards
The Gazette November 29, 1899 Mrs. John W. Edwards died Sunday. She was attacked with that fatal type of pneumonia that has caused so many deaths in that neighborhood.
The Gazette July 19, 1899 Miss Clara Evans, sister to Mrs. Herrington and Mrs. Mrs. Maxey, died this morning at 8 o'clock at the home of Rev. O. N. Herrington. Miss Evans died of congestion.
The Gazette April 19, 1899 Mr. R. G. Evans, a well known, substantial and most worthy citizen, died at his home about three miles south of town yesterday evening. Mr. Evans was in town Saturday and was enjoying his usual good health. He was taken seriously ill Tuesday with something like paralysis from which he … Continue reading R. G. Evans
The Gazette August 10, 1898 Rev. P. O. Lowrey informs us of three deaths that occurred in and near Marion last week. Mrs. Louisa Stewart died on the 2nd inst. at the advanced age of 85 years. Miss Minnie Everett, daughter of Mr. T. S. Everett, died last Saturday night after four years illness with … Continue reading Three Deaths Near Marion
The Gazette June 29, 1898 Mrs. S. J. Everett, relief of the late Eld. J. P. Everett, died at the residence of her son-in-law, Rev. R. M. Boone, at Alexandria, last Friday morning in the 64th year of her age. Mrs. Everett was seized with a severe attack of cholera morbus early Thursday morning and … Continue reading Mrs. S. J. Everett
The Gazette April 27, 1898 Last Wednesday evening a telegram was received here bringing the sad announcement that James D. Everett, Esq. was dead. He breathed his last on the evening of April 20th at St. Louis, whither he had gone in the hope of regaining his health. While the sorrowful intelligence was not altogether … Continue reading James D. Everett