Ida Hodge

The Gazette August 15, 1900 Miss Ida Hodge, daughter of Mr. J. ?. Hodge, of Point neighborhood, died last Wednesday. She was about 16 years of age.

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Moses Haas

The Gazette July 18, 1900 Mr. Moses Haas, a leading merchant of this place, died at his home last Monday at eleven o'clock, after several days illness of intermittent fever. Mr. Haas was born in R├╝lzheim, Rhine Bavaria, Germany, on the 28th day of February, 1862; came to America in 1877, and to Farmerville in … Continue reading Moses Haas

William Hollis

The Gazett April 11, 1900 Mr. Wm. Hollis died last week at his home near Spearsville, after a brief illness with pneumonia. He was about 24 years of age. He leaves a young wife, having only been married two or three months.

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.

Mattie Cook Hendrix

The Gazette April 19, 1899 The many friends of Mrs. Mattie Hendrix, nee Cook, wil be pained to hear of her death. She died at Bowie, Tex., on the 11th inst., leaving a husband and a three-year-old girl to mourn her loss.