The Gazette September 19, 1900 Mr. John D. Rogers, Jr., died last Thursday at his home in the second ward. At the April election he was elected justice of the peace of that ward. Mr. Rogers leaves a young wife, having married her about the first of this month.
The Gazette September 12, 1900 Mr. R. F. Rabun, an aged citizen of Union Parish, died Saturday afternoon at this home north of Farmerville. A few days ago he was bitten by a hog on the hand, blood poisoning resulting therefrom. This wound in connection with his infirm condition caused his death. Mr. Rabun was … Continue reading Mr. R. F. Rabun
The Gazette August 29, 1900 Mrs. H. P. Robinson of the eighth ward died last week. She leaves a husband, three children and several other relatives to mourn her death.
The Gazette August 8, 1900 The four-year old girl of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Roane died at Calhoun on July 20th, of congestive. chill.
The Gazette July 25, 1900 Mr. J. M. Risinger, Sr., an old and prosperous farmer of this ward died on the 21st inst.
The Gazette July 18, 1900 Mr. Jesse Roberts, an old and respected citizen of Downsville died last Sunday night, after a long spell of illness. Mr. Roberts leaves a wife and several daughters and sons, among the latter being ex-district attorney, C. B. Roberts
The Gazette July 4, 1900 Mr. James Reeves died Tuesday morning after a two weeks attack of fever.
The Gazette February 14, 1900 After a week's illness with pneumonia, Mr. S. W. Ramsey, Sr., died Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock, at his residence four miles north of Farmerville. Mr. Ramsey was a large land holder and one of the oldest citizens of Union Parish---nearly 82 years of age. For the past several years … Continue reading S. W. Ramsey, Sr.
The Gazette January 24, 1900 In Memorian Died, at his home in Shiloh, La., on January 3rd, 1900, after an illness of two weeks, Mr. John B. Robinson, in the 83rd year of his age. Another land mark gone; Another of our oldest and best citizens bade farewell to the scenes of his manhood and … Continue reading John B. Robinson
The Gazette January 17, 1900 Two of the oldest citizens of Shiloh ward died last week -- Messrs. J. B. Robinson and James Lowery. They were each over eighty years old.
The Gazette January 10, 1900 Mr. J. P. Smith informs us that M. W. Platt died about ten days ago of pneumonia, and that two of Mrs. Beverly Reagan’s children are quite sick.
The Gazette November 1, 1899 Mr. Beverly Reagan, of Ouachita City ward, died last Thursday, and was buried at Liberty cemetery Friday.
February 22, 1899 The Gazette Little Effie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rugg, was born February 16, 1897 and died February 5, 1899. She was a sweet child, loved by everybody; but God so loved it that He took it out of its mother's arms and placed it in the arms of Jesus. Don't … Continue reading Death of Little Effie
The Gazette December 7, 1898 Died at Tilman, Richland Parish, Ben F. Raney, on Nov. 15th of Swamp fever. Deceased was 45 years old and born and reared in Union Parish.
The Gazette August 24, 1898 Prof. R. N. Smith, whose real name was Ramie, died of dropsy last Saturday at the residence of Mr. John Tugwell, north of Farmerville. Prof. Smith had seen better days. He had served in both branches of the Texas legislature. Shortly before his removal to this parish he got into … Continue reading Professor R. N. Smith