The Gazette October 9, 1901 Mrs. W. W. Brewster, nee Ford, of D'Arbonne vicinity, died last Monday, and was buried yesterday in New Hope cemetery. She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss. Aged 36 years.
The Gazette September 25, 1901 Last Friday afternoon Miss Anna J. Mayo breathed her last at her brother's home in Farmerville. She had been an invalid with that terrible disease cancer for several months, and she and her relatives and friends realized that her death was only a question of time. She died in full … Continue reading Anna J. Mayo
The Gazette September 11, 1901 Mr. S. B. Love, a farmer of Marion ward, was found dead on the bank of the Ouachita river below West Monroe last Thursday. He had gone to Monroe for a load of freight for Dr. O. H. Thompson, and while there imbibed too freely of liquor. When last seen … Continue reading S. B. Love
The Gazette September 11, 1901 Mrs. M. H. Stancil, mother of Mr. J. W. Stancil, of our town, died Monday night at her husband’s residence, near Marion, after a protracted attack of slow fever. Mr.s Stancil leaves an aged husband, several sons, and daughters and a host of friends to mourn her loss.
The Gazette August 28, 1901 Shiloh lost two of her old citizens this week. Mrs. Rose Anna Pleasant, mother of former Sheriff B. F. Pleasant, died Monday morning about 10 o’clock; and Mrs. Heard, mother of Gov. W. W. Heard, breathed her last Tuesday morning. The former named lady was about 80 years of age, … Continue reading Mrs. Rose Anna Pleasant/Mrs. Heard
The Gazette August 7, 1901 Mr. J. A. Brazzile died Monday night at his home a few miles northeast of Farmerville. He had been in bad health for sometime.
February 09, 1953 - January 28, 2018 Funeral services for Mr. Richard Terry Lee of West Monroe, LA will be 11:00am Wednesday, January 31, 2018 in the chapel of Griffin Funeral Home West Monroe with Rev. Johnny Hawkins officiating. Interment will follow at Fellowship Cemetery in Columbia, LA under the direction of Griffin Funeral Home … Continue reading Richard Terry Lee
The Gazette July 17, 1901 Mr. James Jones, an old resident of Union Parish, died at his home, four miles northwest of Farmerville Sunday morning. Mr. Jones had been in feeble health for the past several months, suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism.
The Gazette July 17, 1901 Mr. Robert Tinsley, of Moseley’s Bluff vicinity, died Sunday of consumption, after a protracted illness. He leaves three children.
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
The Gazette June 19, 1901 Mr. J. C. Rockett informed us that Mrs. T. J. Rabun, of Spearsville vicinity, died Monday, June 10.
The Gazette May 29, 1901 We regret to learn of the death of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Edwards’ little child which sad event occurred Monday morning.
The Gazette May 8, 1901 Dr. W. W. Barnes breathed his last Monday morning at his residents in Farmerville after an illness of three weeks with a complicated attack of fever. He died as he lived - calm and peaceful - the spark of the dying out as a flickering candle. He was in his … Continue reading Dr. W. W. Barnes Dead
The Gazette May 1, 1901 We regret to learn that Mr. Jas. Bowen, son of Mr. J. E. H. Bowen, died last Thursday.
The Gazette May 1, 1901 Mr. T. C. Brown, a brother of ex-Deputy Sheriff Brown, of Claiborne Parish, was run over and killed by a train on the Arkansas Southern railroad at Junction City last Wednesday. The deceased was deaf, and failed to hear the train while being switched about the yards.