Jefferson County



Wm. H.R. Morris, for many yrs. one of Webber twp.'s most prominent
and respected citizens, died at his home in Bluford yesterday afternoon
about 5 o'clock. Death was due to paralysis and kidney trouble from which
he had been a long sufferer. About a yr. and a half ago he was stricken
with paralysis and since that time has been helpless. He is survived by
3 sons and 1 daughter: Fred Morris, Bluford; Wm. F. Morris, Marion; E.
N. Morris and Miss Ophelia Morris, Bluford. Mrs. Morris died about 18 yrs.
ago. Wm. H.R. Morris was born in Robertson county, Tenn., but has been
long a resident of Jefferson county, having come to the county before the
Civil war. Plans for the funeral have not been completed further than burial
will be had at Black Jack cemetery. 

October 10, 1917 Mt. Vernon Register News 
( my condensed version, more in the paper) Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Dr. and Mrs. Andy Hall and Dr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Hall and families of this city, are in McLeansboro today attending the funeral of Dr. Andy Hall's mother, Mrs. H.W. Hall, who died Christmas night. She would have been 87 yrs. old in January. The funeral is being held at the Baptist church in McLeansboro, the interment taking place at the Odd Fellows Cemetery. Mrs. Hall was only sick since Sunday when she took down with pneumonia. She was born in Knob Prairie, Franklin county, in Jan. 1831. Her husband, Col. H. W. Hall, aged 92 yrs., still survives her. He is the only living soldier of the Mexican war in Hamilton county. Four sons and a daughter also survive her: J.C. Hall, McLeansboro; father Dr. Chas. Hall, of this city; Dr. W.W. Hall, McLeansboro; Dr. Andy Hall, Mt. Vernon; C.M. Hall, Dahlgren; and Mrs. John Norris, McLeansboro. 

January 2, 1918 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Mrs. Mary Junkins, wife of J. E. Junkins, died of consumption at her home on South Fifth street Saturday afternoon, aged forty-three years. Deceased was born in Elk Prairie and was a daughter of H. R. Dare. She leaves a husband and several children. The funeral took place at Hickory Hill this morning. 

May 9, 1898 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Emma Woods was born April 3, 1856, about 5 miles south of Mt. Vernon, Ill, died at the home of her son, 310 S. 13th st., Feb. 2, 1917, aged 60 yrs. 9 mos. and 29 days. Deceased was the daughter of John and Martha Woods,being their 3rd child. She re- sided near Mt. V until 27 yrs. ago and then resided in Wayne City, Ill., then moving to this city 5 yrs. ago. She was married to Jesse Goldman in 1891. He departed this life July 12, 1904. She was converted in 1905 and united with the Methodist church in Wayne City. She leaves to mourn their loss, one son Clarence, of this city, three sisters, Mrs. H. Volz of Hydro, Ok; Mrs. G.F. NcNew of Okawville, Ill.; and Mrs. A.N. NcNew of this city. One brother Andy Woods of Grays Ridge, Mo. and a host of friends and relatives. Services were conducted by Rev. C. S. Mundell assisted by Rev. J.H. Voliva. Interment at Oakwood cemetery. 

February 5, 1917 Mt. Vernon Register News 
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Lewis Shelton, aged 63 yrs., died this morning at 5 o'clock of pneumonia, at his home in Belle Rive. He is survived by a wife and one child. Burial will be had at Shelton cemetery near Dahlgren tomorrow. Mr. Shelton was a member of the M.E. church and services will be held at 1 p.m. 

January 2, 1918 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Mrs. Jessie M. Peck, 54 yrs. old, wife of George M. Peck, died at home in McClellan twp midnight Tues., death being caused as the result of an operation. The funeral will be held at Hickory Hill church Thurs. at noon in charge Rev. Adams. Interment in Hickory Hill cemetery. 

February 26, 1915 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Mrs. W. S. Payne died last night at 10 o'clock at the Egyptian hospital,to which in- stitution she had been taken about 10 o'clock yesterday morning to be operated on for locked bowels. She was taken sick Sunday night. The family moved in late spring to the farm about 4 miles from Mt. V. Mrs. Payne is survived by her husband, one son and a girl they took into the family sometime ago, and the following named brothers and sisters: Dr. W.A. Jones, Moun- tain Grove, Mo., George and Clark Jones, and Mrs. Ed Walker, Mt. Vernon. The funeral will be held Sat. at West Salem church at 2 o'clock and will be conducted by the Rev. Jesse Wells, of this city. 

October 3, 1917 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
David D. Morgan was born in the city of Cordiff, Wales, Oct. 6, 1833; died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. M.E. Dycus in Woodlawn,on Feb. 16th, 1915; age 81 yrs. 4 mos. and 10 days. He came to America with his parents in 1854. He was a member of the Woodlawn Baptist church. Surviving are three children: Dave of Springfield, Ill.; Mrs. M.E. Dycus and Arthur of Woodlawn; also three stepchildren; T.H. Smallwood of Fortscoat, Kansas; Mrs. Lizzie Good of Woodlawn; and Will Smallwood of Panama, with several grandchildren and great grandchildren. The remains were taken to Patoka, his old home, and laid to rest beside his wife who preceded him to the better world twenty-two yrs. ago. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Kelly at the Baptist church in Patoka on Feb. 18, at 1 p.m. 

February 24, 1915 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Mary J. Allen Loller passed away at her home in Carbondale, Ill, at 8:45 a.m., Feb. 8, 1917. She leaves four children as follows: Theo, Theran, Bernard and Max, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. R.N. Allen of Sheller, Ill., one sister, Mrs. Ezra Bottenfield of Sparta, Ill., three brothers, J.W. Allen of Oakdale, Ill., S.J. Allen of Sheller and Harry D. Allen of Couer d'Alene, Idaho. All were present at her death bed except Harry. She belonged to the Methodist Episcopal church. After the death of her husband, Albert H. Lollar, in 1903, when their child Max was but eleven months old, she assumed the responsibilty of raising her children. She was born May 6, 1874. At the old home church her funeral was on Feb. 9. The funeral was preached by Rev. G.A. Phelps. 

Februrary 14, 1917 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Joseph G. Keeling, 78, died at the family home, 2106 W. Casey Ave., Tues. afternoon at 1:30 p.m., his death being caused from old age and consumption. Mr. Keeling was an old soldier. The funeral services will be held at the residence Thurs morning at 11. In charge Rev. C.L. Green. Interment in Oakwood Cemetery. 

February 24, 1915 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Isaac Allen Hughey, eldest son of Dr. Wm. A. and Lois Hughey was born Feb. 8, 1864 and died at his home near Belle Rive, April 22, 1915. He leaves behind his widow, Hester Flint Hughy to whom he was married Jan. 15, 1888; his mother, Mrs. Lois Hughey of Kansas City; three brothers, Thos.L. and B.F. of Kansas City; and John S. of Belle Rive; two sisters, Mrs. Jas. Womelduff and Mrs. Luman Holder of Kansas City. His father, Dr. Wm. A. Hughey and two sisters, Sarah Belldona and Mrs. Lois Lenora Shipley have preceded him to the glory world. 

April 27, 1915 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Mrs. Mary Herdman rec'd a telegram yesterday evening from her brother-in-law, Dr. T.H. Herdman telling of the death of his wife which took place at their home in Lebanon, Ill., on Thurs. The funeral will be held Sat. Mrs. Herdman was well known in Mt. V., her husband at one time having been a minister in this city. 

February 5, 1915 Mt Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Thomas J. Drew was born March 1, 1847; departed this life Dec. 15, 1917; age 70 yrs. 9 mos. and 14 days. He was united in marriage to Harriet Boster, Jan. 24, 1869. To this union were born two daughters, Mary Ann and Margaret Francis, both died in infancy. He was a member of a family of nine children. Father, mother, sister and six child- ren having preceded him to the better land, namely; Sarah Capps, Benjamin , John Daniel, James Drew, Leui and Henry Risley. He united with the Baptist church when moving to Dahlgren some 12 yrs. ago. He united with the Methodist Episcopal church in which he remained a faithful mem- ber until death. In 1865, when 18 yrs. old he joined the army and served his country in the 45th Ill. infantry until the close of the war. He leaves to mourn their loss a wife, little Oscar Kelly, one brother, David Risley, and a number of nieces and nephews. 

January 2, 1918 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Louella Iona Price was born Sept. 15, 1869 and died at Youngstown, Ohio, on Feb. 26, 1915, aged 45 yrs. She was born and grew to womanhood at Divide in this county, being a daughter of David and Mary A. Price. She was married to Charles Maynor on March 8, 1891, who preceded her to the grave in 1897. To this union one son, Harry B. Maynor still survives. She was married at Youngstown, Ohio, to Harry G. Probst on Nov. 5, 1914, who still survives her. She had resided in Youngstown the past two yrs. The remains were accompanied by the devoted husband and son, Harry.She was a faithful member of the Baptist church at Panther Fork. She was also a member of the Eastern Star lodge of Daughters of Rebecca at Dix, Ill. The remains were laid to rest at Harmony on Mon. at noon, the Rev. H.L. Smith and Chas. Hunt officiating. March 2, 1915 Mt. Vernon Register News W.A. Price's Sister Dead Word was rec'd. here today by W.A. Price on Cherry St. of the death of his sister, Mrs. Iona Probst, at the hospital at Youngstown, O. following an operation. A husband, son, mother and brother survive the deceased. · The body will be taken to the home of the mother, Mrs. Wat Hale, Mon., the funeral beingat Harmony church Mon. at one o'clock. Rev. A. L. Smith will have charge of the service. · 

February 27, 1915 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
Mrs. Martha Bradford died yesterday at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. L.G. Ford. Mrs. Bradford was almost 87 yrs. old and death was due principally to old age. She is survived by one son, George Bradford and 3 daughters, Mrs. Josie Starner, Mrs. Fannie Wilkerson and Mrs. Rosella Ford. The funeral will be held tomorrow with burial at Williams' cemetery. 

January 2, 1918 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
H.R. Allen was born in Jefferson county, Jan. 18, 1834, and died Feb. 1, 1917. He was the oldest child of Rev. John Wesley Allen. He was married to Nancy C. Tate April 14, 1854 at Richview, Ill., and to this union five children were born, three of which are still living. His wife died Feb. 15, 1874. On Nov. 26, 1874, he was again married, this time to Mrs. Sarah Hancock of Jefferson county. To this union four children were born, of which three still survive. In 1875 he moved into Jefferson county, where he lived until his death. He was 83 and 14 days old. To mourn his death are: His widow, Mrs. Sallie Allen, daughters, Mrs. Perry Ford of Vic- torville, Cal., Mrs. Thomas Ford of Kinsley, Kan., Mrs. Anna Holt of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Minnie Popp of Overland, Mo., and sons Don C. Allen of Mt. Vernon, Lon C. Allen of Mt. Vernon, a sister, Mrs. Mary Taylor of Boyd, a brother, Harvey, of Harvel, Ill., and a number of nieces and nephews, grand children, great grandchildren and a host of friends. 

February 7, 1917 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 
KILLED NEAR KELL Charles Wilkes, an old resident of Jefferson county, was killed near his home close to Kell, Friday morning. Mr. Wilkes went out in the morning to haul some logs and no more had been seen of him until he was found that eve- ning. The cause of his death was attributed to a mule kicking him and instantly killing him. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon. Centralia Democrat 

September 28, 1910 Mt. Vernon Daily Register 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam YEARWOOD, living on Main street, just east of Lus HUTCHINSON'S store, have two little girls, 5 and 8 years of age respectively, lying very low with malarial fever, and little hopes are entertained for their recovery. 

July 13, 1899 Mt. Vernon Register News 
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 

George Johnson died at home at Keens today from the effects of a dose of poison administered by Dr. Branson of that village by mistake. Johnson had been sick for some time and went to Dr. Branson to get some medicine. The latter gave him a liberal dose of a colored fluid from a bottle which stood in his office, but the result was very different from what he expected and the patient instead of getting better grew rapidly worse and died a few hours later from the effects of the potion he had taken. The particulars of the unfortunate affair could not be learned. We are under obligations to Capt. F. W. Havill for the facts which we have related. 

February 15, 1898 Mt. Vernon Register News
Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera 

FRAZIER, Mary A.......f.w...age 73y 4m 30days....b.Bond co.....lived in Illinois in lifetime, widow, housewife, died April 4,1906, corner of 21st and Cherry, Mt Veron, Il; of peralysis; Buried Union Chapel.......undertaker Johnson...Mt.Vernon........... 

Submitted By: Janice Staples
Sept 30, 1998 

Leo Frazier of Rome township; was found dead in his field, after going to take cows out to pasture. He was well liked member of this area. Leo died of apparent heart attack......He was born around 1832.........and died on Dec 16,1894.............

to date, I have found no evidence of place of burial..........this was clipping in Mt Vernon  newspaper.....1894; 

Submitted By: Janice Staples
Sept 30, 1998 

Death Records – Jefferson County, IL – The Daily Register 1898 – Mt. Vernon, IL Name/Death Date/Cemetery – February 1 to December 31 TELFORD, John – January 28, Old Covenanter BRUCE, Infant – February 1, Hickory Hill TUTTLE, Elijah – February 3, Springer CHAMBLISS, Edward – February 5, Harmony RONEY, Infant twins – April 6, Atkinson JOHNSON, Aphonso – February 10, Hopewell WESTCOTT, James D. – February 13, Pleasant Grove SHORT, THOMAS B. – February 14, Atkinson LEMONS, Infant daughter – February 15, Hickory Hill JOHNSON, Henry – February 14, Old Shiloh WIGGINTON, Albert – February 18, Oakwood RICHARDS, Infant daughter – Atkinson ALLEN, Infant – February 25, Salem HOLLENBECK, Minnie – February 25, Old Union HORTON, Infant daughter – March 1, Odd Fellows HOLLENBECK, Harold Calvin – March 1, Old Union BOUDINOT, John – March 6, Hope HOLLENBEC, Infant – March 7, Old Union BRUCE, Infant – March 9, Hickory Hill McCOWANS, Sampson – March 10, Hopewell SMITH, Lillie – March 10, Salem BRUCE, Agnes – March 9, Hickory Hill COLEMAN, Doc – March 18, Oakwood PIERCE, Wm. A. - March 27, Horse Prairie SMITH, Elizabeth M. – April 6, Pleasant Grove MANION, Ellen – April 15, Catholic HANKS, William Henry – April 15, Oakwood SHELTON, Francis – April 15, Williams COLE, Ira E. – April 18, Hickory Hill PARKINSON, Amanda – April 18, Old Covenanter LINDSEY, J. W. – April 17, Oakwood ROBINSON, Jas. D. – April 19, Pleasant Grove SCARBER, Mrs. – April 20, Shiloh SMITH, Mary J. – April 27, Reynolds GALBRAITH, Eunice – April 29, Oakwood MELTON, Nathan – May 3, Arnold OWENS, Aunt Polly – May 8, Pleasant Grove HOWARD, Soloman J. – May 16, Oakwood REID or REED, Mrs. Andy – May 16, Oakwood CUNNINGHAM, Mrs. Mathew J. – May 16, Old Covenanter CAMPBELL, James May 22, Salem TUCKER, Harry – May 25, Pleasant Hill CUMMINS, Laura – May 25, Family Burying Ground by Residence HOLCOMB, Mattie Taylor – June 11, Oakwood TUCKER, Suel – June 13, Oakwood MILLER, Infant – June 13, Hopewell WARD, Robert Wesley – June 13, Shiloh HILL, Eliza J. – June 16, Oakwood MORGAN, J. C. – June 20, Salem HICKS, Mary Owen – June 18, Slade PALMER, Homer C. – June 27, Oakwood McBRIDE, Infant – July 7, Oakwood CAMPBELL, Mrs. – July 8, Chapel McREYNOLDS, Daughter – July 29, Smith MORRIS, Elizabeth – July 31, Black Oak Ridge HITE, Infant – August 1, Sursa DAVIS, Elizabeth – August 5, Pleasant Grove KIMBRO, Mag – August 7, Salem MABRY, Raymond – August 11, Oakwood WESTCOTT, Infant – August 17, Oakwood SMITH, Mary Isabel – August 20, Oakwood QUINLAN, Minnie A. – August 22, Sursa ROBINSON, John W. – August 23, Union WARREN, Infant – August 24, Sursa ROANE, Mrs. Robert or Mrs. S. E. – August 26, Smith McBRIDE, Marjorie – September 1, Oakwood DAVIS, Ray – September 6, Hickory Hill HUDSON, Nellie E. – September 11, Salem Spangler, Mother of John – September 12, Odd Fellows TROMLY, Mrs. Michael – September 12, Old Union REID, John Bert – September 14, Oakwood JOHNSON, Thomas Casey – September 18, Old Union LIEBENGOOD, Margaret – September 26, Atkinson STONECIPHER, George – September 28, Hopewell WATSON, Bert - October 2, Family Cemetery, Woodlawn LAW, H. C. – October 3, Horse Prairie CLEMENS, Infant – October 6, Old Orchard MARLOW, Elvina – October 8, Black Oak Ridge HICKS, Isaac Sr. – October 4, Odd Fellows JENKINS, Arthur B. – October 15, Opdyke MAHAFFY, Harriet A. – October 20, Oakwood HARMON, Edith – October 29, Kirk GUTHRIE, Homer – October 29, Belle Rive CRIDER, Charles W. – October 29, Oakwood MOORE, Thomas – November 5, Little Grove BALDWIN, Sarah – November 6, Oakwood COLLINS, Agnes – November 6, Funeral Wolf Prairie Church COVERLY or COBERLY, Robert – November 5, Salem LIEBENGOOD, Infant – November 12, Atkinson SATTERFIELD, Edward V. – November 15, Oakwood ANDERSON, Cora V. – November 15, Shiloh TAYLOR, James L. – November 17, Oakwood HINES, Josephine (infant) – November 18, Oakwood SKATES – November 21 (died last week), Sursa CAPP, Infant – November 22, Odd Fellows ELSTUN, Mrs. Ralph – November 25, DuQuoin JOHNSON, Lewis – December 1, Old Union COMBS, Walter S. – December 3, Bethel LEACH, May – December 5, Arnold WATSON, John – December 6, Slade STRATTAN, Anna Gertrude – December 17, Oakwood WILLIAMS, Calvin – December 20, Funeral Mt. Zion, Farrington Twp. COVINGTON, Infant – December 28, Old Union GILLISPIE, Nellie M. (infant) – December 29, Pace These deaths are from the newspaper and I have only listed those deaths in which a cemetery was given. If you have someone who died in 1898, I can look to see if they are on the list. The death date that I have given might not always be correct as most of them say “died yesterday, last night, last week, etc. Submitted By: Mary Zinzilieta

MARCH 1917 (from the April 12, 1917 paper)
Albert Parks Hogue, pneumonia
Chas. McClure, cancer
Anna Ellen Morgan, pneumonia
Joseph C. Lamont, gall stones
Jno. A. Lasley, burns
J.L. Bravard, catarrhal fever
Mary E. Brooks, gall stones
Versa E. Stewart, placenta previa
Grant T. Ham, pulmonary trouble
Elizabeth Pierce, pulmonary trouble
Sarah Florence Jones, hemorrhage of brain
Lewis W. Akers, myocorditis
H. S. Ginter, chronic nephritis
Allie Isaacs, peritonitis
Fern Elizabeth Marlow, pneumonia
N.J. Dale, cerebral hemorrhage 

JULY 1917 (from the Aug. 11, 1917 paper)
Parker E. Noll in 28th year
Lydia Atkinson in 68th year
Lee Maxine Stokes in 5th year
Gaylord Forth in 3rd year
Kattie Brown in 59th year
Joseph Enoch Lawson in 5th year
Harrison Jefferies in 34th year
Infant of M/M Luther C. Stewart
Mandy C. Morrison 79 years 

SEPTEMBER 1917 (from the Oct. 17, 1917 paper)
Myrtle Edwards, acute nephritis
Roy Williamson, dysentery
Laura Tennessee Frost, pneumonia
Mary Johnston, uremai
Wm. David Smith, typhoid fever
Baby of unknown parents found in C. & E.I. toilet room, cause of death unknown
Arthur Wells Ore, eliptic convulsions
Velrie Burton, enteritis
Mary Gail Arnold, peritonitis
Domencia Jiachinto, typhoid fever
Eli W. Porter, natural causes, supposed to be heart failure
Minnie Mandine Payne, intestinal obstructions 

DECEMBER 1917 (from the Jan. 16, 1918 paper)
Lucy Ann Yearwood, disease of brain
Angus McCracken, whooping cough and pneumonia
Minerva C. Porter, aplopexy
Leander C. Johnson, uremia
Jas. W. Fletchur, pneumonia
Jarreld Vaughn, accidental burns
Lorenzo Perry La Croix, pertussis
Infant Bailey
Verda M. Lisenby, acute nephretis
Estella Boyle, murdered
Allen C. Tanner, ulcer of stomach
Mrs. Eliza E. Heggy, disease of stomach
Mildred Edward Brown, pneumonia 

JANUARY 1918 (from the Feb. 13, 1918 paper)
Ethel E. Wilmor, bronchial pneumonia
Charles Edwards (colored), TB
Henry Leo Wilson, broncho-pneumonia
Almer McCord Blackard, bronchitis
Jas. F. Bealmer, lock bowel
Joyce Kinnison Borden, heart trouble
Susan Catherine Wells, cerebral hemorrhage
Douthy D. Winders, bronchio-pneumonia
Ella A. Summers, TB
Lenora Workman, infectim, following gunshot wound
James Barnfield, operation
Jennie Allen, appendicitis
Walter Chapman, TB
Orvil Hutchison, TB
Ellen Morgan, pneumonia
Acle Ebbon Poston
Cordelia Edmonson (colored), cerebral hemorrhage 

FEBRUARY 1918 (from the March 20, 1918 paper)
Ella P. Atkinson, cancer of the liver
Jennie Tandy (colored), diabetes mellitus
Infant son Claude E. Wood, premature birth
Acle Ebbon Pashon, pneumonia
Maryetta Baker Allen, gall bladder trouble
Vinela Martin, premature birth
Aleta Martin, premature birth
Vivian I. Akers, pneumonia
Alice Dorine Troxtell, pneumonia
George W. Conner, gall bladder infection
John H. Lowery, nephritis
Allen Schell, rheumatism
Delila Scott, pneumonia
Harry Russell Goodwin, meningitis pneumonia
Jacob Schmitt, grippe, etc. 

MARCH 1918 (from the April 17, 1918 paper)
Mar. 3 Sarah Caroline Schmidt
Mar. 3 Arra Turner
Mar. 5 Mahala K. Freece
Mar. 5 Alfred Ray
Mar. 8 George Washington Smith
Mar. 9 Robert Glen Feltz
Mar. 9 Eliza S. Klinker
Mar. 13 Otto William Johnson
Mar. 18 Wm. F. Howell
Mar. 19 Ernest Ray Martin
Mar. 27 Lora Alice Howe 

APRIL 1918 (from the May 15, 1918 paper)
Evelyn Bippier, pneumomia
Geo. Washington Foster, TB
Infant daughter of Roy H. Eller
Helen York, gastritsi toriuia, from eating canned corn
Christ Meneghinem, Brights disease
Harrison Edward Farmer, pneumonia
Perlina Atchison, natural causes
Susan Grant, asthma and bronchitis
Wm. H. Eickelmann, general sejtecemia
Chas. Wesly Tabor, heart disease
Charlotte Patton, heart disease
Carrie A. Pavey, cerebral hemorrhage
Nancy Emeline Jones, pneumonia
Jane Douglas, natural causes
Eli Shirley, Brights disease
Morgan Castley, arteris sherasis seneta
Anna A. Hill, TB and rheumatism
Lamuel Derrington, TB
Raymond Dawalt Edwards, pneumonia
Ellen C. Akers, diptheria
Anna W. Russell, TB
Ida Marguretta Bodine
Paul Eugene Grant
Wm. Ernest Dabbs, pneumonia
Dr. J. T. Whitlock, nephritis and dilation of heart
Sanford B. Davis, pneumonia
Elizabeth Coberly, asthma cardiac 

JUNE 1918 (from the July 17, 1918 paper)
Priscilla Ann Terrell, senility
Nellie Pelz, TB
Mary S. Ross, TB
Harry Pollis, meningitis
Joseph A. Davis, paralysis
Nellie Green Foster, heart trouble
Margaret Doolen, heart failure
Turner Whitlow, ordema of lungs
James Estes, vavular disease of the heart
Samuel G. Ross, uremic poisoning
Walter Smith, cerebral hemorrhage
Wesley L. Wise, hicks 

FEBRUARY 1919 (from the March 19, 1919 paper)
Mary Magdaline Osborn, pneumonia
Sarah Elizabeth Murken, paralysis
Rebecca Sweet, nephritis
Charles Sylvester Williford, pneumonia
Minnie Ruth Morris, surgical shock
David Maxwell Guthrie, Bright's disease
Ellen Ruth Kinison, burns
Pauline Bain, gastritis
Arthur Dare, pneumonia
Martin Hamilton, uremic poisoning
Henry V. Crosnoe, TB
Katherine Price, cirrhosis of liver
Daniel Parker Tucker, premature birth
John Orvan Marlan, pneumonia
Thomas C. Pigg, pneumonia
Martha Jane Wallace, pneumonia
Martha Evelyn Mannen, pneumonia
Ira O Mannen, pneumonia
Hattie Leavitt, cancer of uterus 

Submitted by: Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera
June 2, 1998 


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