The Gazette March 20, 1901 Mr. Geo. A. Killgore informed us that Mrs. W. K. Pryor died Friday morning after a brief illness with pneumonia, at her husband’s residence, 12 miles northwest of Farmerville. The Gazette extends sympathy to the bereaved.
The Gazette March 20, 1901 Mr. Jas. Antley, of Point vicinity, died Saturday of cancer.
The Gazette March 13, 1901 Mr. W. H. Hamilton, a prominent farmer and police juror of the fourth ward, died early Monday morning of heart failure. Mr. Hamilton had been in failing health for several months, but for a few days preceding his death he seemed to be in better spirits than usual, and his … Continue reading W. H. Hamilton 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 March 6, 1901 Mrs. A. C. Harper, of Weldon neighborhood, died last Thursday night. The Gazette extends sympathy to the bereaved family.
The Gazette February 27, 1901 On September 17, 1900, the Angel of Death visited and took from our midst our beloved sister Ada Peak, wife of John Comer Peak, near Marion. She was about 20 years of age; was the daughter of John and Nettie Jones. She leaves a husband and an infant babe, father … Continue reading Tribute of Respect
The Gazette February 13, 1901 Last week Mrs. Griffin Crowell, who resided near Vienna in Lincoln Parish, was severely burned while doing kitchen work. She died the next day from the effects of the burns.
The Gazette February 13, 1901 Several persons in Union Parish answered the summons of death last week, most of them dying with the prevailing la grippe, which developed into pneumonia. Among the deaths that have occurred since our last issue are: Mrs. J. C. Nolan, of the 2nd ward who died Thursday; Mrs. P. L. Miller, … Continue reading Death’s Summons
The Ouachita Telegraph October 9, 1886 Mr. A.B. Norman, son of Mr. C.C. Norman, of Ouachita City, was fatally injured while repairing the gin house of Dr. Potts last Saturday about 6 a.m. by a piece of scantling falling from the wall of the building which struck him in the side in the region of … Continue reading Armistead B. Norman
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
June 13, 1922 - December 10, 2017 Funeral services for Darline Grafton, 95, of Bernice, LA will be held at 2:00 PM, Thursday, December 14, 2017, at Pisgah Baptist Church in Bernice. Bro. Jeff Hurst and Bro. Eric Harkins will officiate. Interment will follow at Pisgah Cemetery under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home of … Continue reading Darline Kelley Grafton
The Gazette January 9, 1901 An aged negro woman named Polly Mcneer, better known as "Aunt Polly", died near Bernice last week. It is thought that she was a hundred years old. *****This article was very hard to read. I am not sure about her name. If anyone knows this lady and her name, please … Continue reading Polly Mcneer
The Gazette January 9, 1901 We regret to learn that Mrs. Sellers, mother of Representative E. T. Sellers, of Walnut Lane died last Saturday.
The Gazette January 9, 1901 Mr. John Farrar, of Marion neighborhood, died last week of heart failure. He was about 70 years of age.