Lillian Gilbert

The Gazette April 9, 1902 Miss Lillian Gilbert, eldest daughter of Mrs. Kate Gilbert, died at her home Saturday night, in her 21 year. Miss Lillian had been ill several weeks with consumption, and while her family and friends realized that chances were not favorable for her recovery, still they had no idea the end … Continue reading Lillian Gilbert


Araminta Gooings

The Gazette March 19, 1902 March, the 4th, at 2 o'clock A. M., God saw fit to call to a better home where sorrow, sickness and sin are unknown, Mrs. Araminta Gooings, aged 75 years. For 32 years she has lived a widow's life, deprived of the love and care of a husband and father to … Continue reading Araminta Gooings

Myra Gill

The Gazette June 26, 1901 The Gazette is pained to announce the untimely death of Miss Myra Gill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gill, which sad event occurred last Thursday at her parents' home near D'Arbonne. It is supposed that she contracted that deadly disease, consumption, while attending the sick bed of her … Continue reading Myra Gill

William Mitchell and Mary James Culbertson Gill

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

W. C. House and Jim Googer

The Gazette November 29, 1899 Two inmates of the poor house, both white, died during the present month. They were Mr. W. C. House, who formerly resided near Oakland, and Mr. Jim Googer, who came up from Ouachita vicinity. The former died Nov. 17 and the latter Nov. 25.

Lazarus Gill

The Gazette May 24, 1899 Mr. Lazarus Gill, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gill, of D'Arbonne vicinity, died Friday at Pueblo, Col., and his remains were brought home Sunday for burial. Mr. Gill had been afflicted with that terrible malady --consumption--for the past several months. He came over to Farmerville last year for … Continue reading Lazarus Gill

Annie E. Guthrie

The Gazette October 12, 1898 Mrs. Anna E. Guthrie died at Ruston Saturday morning and her remains were brought to Farmerville Sunday where they were interred by the side of her husband's grave. Rev T. B. White, of Ruston, conducted the funeral services. Mrs. Guthrie was 51 years of age.