The Gazette March 16, 1898 1898 Runaway Accident Kills J. T. Taunton of Oakland, of Union Parish Louisiana Mr. J. T. Taunton, of Oakland ward, one of the oldest residents of this parish was killed last Wednesday in a runaway accident. He fell out of a wagon he was driving. In the fall he received … Continue reading J. T. Taunton
The Gazette September 12, 1900 Mrs. A. A. Terral died early Saturday morning at her home in Farmerville after a brief illness of congestion. Her remains were carried to Mt. Nebo cemetery Sunday for interment. The deceased leaves a husband and one child to mourn her loss. A Card of Thanks We take this method … Continue reading Mrs. A. A. Terral
The Ouachita Telegraph May 6, 1882 Some six week ago Mr. Thomas Taylor, a man well advanced in years, was walking along the road from Mosely’s Bluff, in Union parish, to the home of his son, a mile distant. Mr. Taylor was overtaken by a hound dog which attacked him savagely, and bit the old … Continue reading Thomas Taylor
The Gazette July 25, 1900 After a brief illness, Miss Dettie Lou, the seven-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tugwell died last week. ***************************************************************************** The Gazette August 22, 1900 In Memoriam Dettie Ar Lou Tugwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tugwell, was born on May 11th, 1893, died July 20th, 1900; … Continue reading Dettie Ar Lou Tugwell
The Gazette March 21, 1900 Another one of Union 's good and substantial citizens has been called from this earth. Monday afternoon Mr. Robt. F. Terry, of Point neighborhood, breathed his last, after a ten days illness with measles. Mr. Terry was about 51 years of age, and leaves a large family to mourn his … Continue reading Robert F. Terry
The Gazette February 14, 1900 Mrs. I. A. Taylor and Mr. Coleman Markham died last Friday. They lived in the same house, ten miles east of Farmerville, and died with a few hours of each other. This is the second instance where two persons of that locality lay dead simultaneously in the same house this … Continue reading Mrs. I. A. Taylor and Mr. Coleman Markham
The Gazette November 1, 1899 After an illness of only a few days with pneumonia Mrs. R. E. Thompson died last Thursday at her husband's home in Marion. She leaves a husband and three small children to mourn her untimely death.
The Gazette October 19, 1898 The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Taylor died Saturday night.
The Gazette April 6, 1898 In Memoriam Died, March 22, 1898, at his residence in Union Parish, La., Malon H. Thorton, at the age of 73 years, 7 months and twenty days.. Bro. Thornton was born in the state of Georgia, August 19, 1825; moved to this parish and settled in Cornie fork in the … Continue reading Malon H. Thorton
The Gazette April 6, 1898 Allie B. Thornton, wife of Malon H. Thornton, was born in the state of Georgia, March 11, 1824, died February 21, 1898, aged 73 years, 11 months and ten days. Sister Thornton was baptized into the fellowship of the Baptist church, while young, in the state of Georgia; moved to … Continue reading Allie B. Thornton
The Gazette March 16, 1898 Mr. J. T. Taunton, of Oakland ward, one of the oldest residents of this parish, was killed last Wednesday in a runaway accident. He fell out of a wagon that he was driving. In the fall he received injuries that proved fatal within an hour.
The Gazette September 8, 1897 Mrs. S. W. Taylor, nee Tatum, died at her house near Cherry Ridge last Wednesday morning after a brief but severe attack of paralysis. She was 55 years of age and had been married to her grief stricken husband who survives her for 28 years. The couple had no children.
The Gazette October 28, 1896 Tuesday morning between 4 and 5 o'clock, Miss Ellen Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Taylor, died at her father's home, six miles east of Farmerville. Miss Ellen had been sick for several weeks with a slow fever. Three weeks ago she showed signs of improvements and her … Continue reading Miss Ellen Taylor Goes to Rest
The Gazette October 28, 1896 Mrs. Mary A Tabor, wife of Dr. T. J. Tabor, died at her home in Minden, La., Oct. 25, 1896. Mrs. Tabor was the daughter of Judge Wm. P. and Mrs. Elizabeth Cherry, formerly of Jasper County, Miss. She was born Sept. 12, 1843, making her age at the time … Continue reading Mrs. Mary A. Tabor
"The silver cords are loosed and the golden bowl is broken." It is with a sad heart that I chronicle the death of my friend, Mrs. B. M. Trimble, who after a brief illness, departed this life on Monday evening, the 29th inst, surrounded by her loving children and saddened friends. Mrs. Trimble had a … Continue reading Mrs. Belle Munger Trimble Gone to Join the Angels