The Gazette July 11th, 1900 Mr. Calvin Vickers, who lived near Lockhart on DeLoutre, died last week. It is stated that he was one hundred and two years of age.
The Gazette July 11th, 1900 Miss Lillie Farrar has quietly passed from earth to try the realities of another world. This is a sad affliction to her father who a few years ago lost his dear companion. *******This is the child that the town of Lillie was named for. If she is another Lillie … Continue reading Lillie Farrar
The Gazette July 11th, 1900 Mr. J. P. Heard of the 8th ward, was a caller at our office Monday. He says that two prominent men of his section died last week -- Messrs. N. K. Busby and Allen b. Lowery. The former died Saturday and the latter Sunday night. Shiloh ward has lost two … Continue reading N. K. Busby and Allen B. Lowery
The Gazette July 11th, 1900 Capt. H. E. Moseley, of Moseley's Bluff, this parish, died Monday at the hospital in Shreveport. His wife and son were at his bedside when he breathed his last. For the past several months Capt. Moseley has been in bad health, and a few weeks ago he was carried to … Continue reading Captain H. E. Moseley
The Gazette July 11th, 1900 Miss Lela Gill, the oldest daughter of Mr. N. B. Gill, of D'Arbonne vicinity, died last Wednesday evening of heart failure. Her death is particularly sad, as she was just budding into womanhood, and attended mainly to household affairs for her father and motherless sisters and brothers. The Gazette August … Continue reading Lela Gill
The Gazette July 11th, 1900 Mr. Wm. Robert Hodges, son of Mr. David Hodges, of the eighth ward, died on the 2nd inst., of congestion of the brain. He was about 18 years of age.
The Gazette July 11th, 1900 Mrs. W. C. C. Smith died very suddenly Monday night at her home near Farmerville. She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss.
The Gazette July 4, 1900 Mr. James Reeves died Tuesday morning after a two weeks attack of fever.
The Gazette June 20, 1900 It is with no little regret that we chronicle the death of Mrs. P. H. Ford, which sad event occurred last Friday afternoon at her husband's home in Ouachita. Mrs. Ford was a kind, hospitable lady, and her many friends will miss her. To the bereaved husband, The Gazette extends … Continue reading Mrs. P. H. Ford
The Gazette June 20, 1900 Mrs. M. E. Wilson was born in Pike Co., Miss., June 16th, 1835; and died at her home in Union parish, Louisiana, June 12th, 1900, in the sixty-fifth year of her age. She was married to Mr. Henry Wilson, November 10th, 1855. She was a member of the Methodist Protestant … Continue reading Mrs. M. E. Wilson
The Gazette June 13, 1900 Mrs. Henry Wilson died Tuesday morning at her husband’s home near Holmesville. Several months ago Mr. Wilson sustained a fall in which both of her legs was broken, since which time she has been hardly able to get around. She was about 55 years of age.
The Gazette June 30, 1900 A child by the name of Foster, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Dawson, died at the latter's residence in Farmerville Tuesday night.
The Gazette May 30, 1900 Tribute of Love "Oh death, where is thy sting? Oh grave where is thy victory." On the evening of May 11, 1900, Mary E. Abscent, wife of J. W. Abscent, of Marion community, made her exit from this low ground of sorrow to try the realities of an unknown world. … Continue reading Mary Elizabeth Morris Abscent
The Gazette May 23, 1900 Mr. Borden Wells died Sunday night about 12 o'clock at the residence of Mr. Henry Archer in Farmerville, of congestion. The deceased was about 21 years of age.
The Gazette May 9, 1900 Obituary "O death, where is thy sting; O grave, where is thy victory?" At 1:30 o'clock a.m., May 2, 1900, Robert Futch, of Cherry Ridge community, made his exit from this vale of sorrow to try the reality of another world. He had been having chills several days previous to … Continue reading Robert Futch