YEARBY, L.M. (d. 1878)

L.M. YEARBY, of Raleigh, was found dead in his bed last Friday morning. He had been unwell for some time, but his death at the time was unexpected. An autopsy … Continue Reading →


WHITE, Haywood (d. 1800)

DIED — In this city, on Thursday evening, after an illness of a few days, to the great grief of his parents, Haywood, the only son of William WHITE, Esqr., Secretary of … Continue Reading →


BEIRNE, Charles (Mrs.) – (d. 1880)

Title: Died Mrs. Charles BEIRNE died Sunday night.  She lived on east Hargett street, near Camp Russell.  She was a laundress of the troops here for many years, and will, … Continue Reading →


LACY, Mary R. – (d. 1880)

Title: Death of Mrs. Mary R. Lacy Though such an event was not unexpected, the many friends of Mrs. Mary R. LACY were greatly pained on yesterday to learn that their worst … Continue Reading →


CARTER, Lucinda – (d. 1880)

DIED – at her residence on Lenoir street, at 11:30 o’clock last night, Mrs. Lucinda CARTER, aged 63 years.  She had been sick and confined to her bed nearly eight years. … Continue Reading →


DENTON, Martha A. – (d. 1880)

Died, at 8:05 o’clock p.m. yesterday, Mrs. Martha A. DENTON, wife of N.V. DENTON, aged 41 years.  The funeral services will take place at the Salisbury Street Baptist Church tomorrow (Friday) morning, … Continue Reading →


MULLEN, Joanna C. (d. 1880)

Mrs. Joanna C. MULLEN died on East street near Newbern avenue, on Monday evening, aged 64 years.  The funeral services will be held at 11 o’clock this morning. Source: Raleigh … Continue Reading →


MOORE, Elisha B. – (d. 1880)

The following notice for the death of Elisha B. MOORE appeared in the September 14, 1880 issue of the Raleigh News and Observer.


Personals (September 12, 1880)

From the Raleigh News & Observer Mr. William SIMPSON left yesterday for Baltimore and Philadephia. Mrs. George W. MORDECAI and Miss Mildred CAMERON have returned from Virginia. Mr. Willie KERR … Continue Reading →


WHITTING, Mary Stuart – (d. 1851)

The following death notice for the daughter of S.W. WHITTING appeared in the June 11, 1851 issue of the Raleigh Register.