C. W. Walker was borned in Currituck county, N. C., January 29th, 1847, and died at his home in Plymouth, N. C., August 21st, 1889, aged 42 years 6 months and 22 days. In the year 1880 he was happily married to Miss Annie Layton, of Bridgeville, Del, who with
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The following death notice appeared in the February 12, 1848 issue of the Raleigh Register newspaper. Mrs. Mary M. DAVENPORT was the wife of Doctrine P. DAVENPORT.
Gone to His Reward After a lingering illness, from a complication of diseases, Capt. John M. BEASLEY, a well and favorably known citizen of this town, died on Saturday afternoon last, aged about 74 years. The deceased had been married three times, and leaves a widow and several children, by
A Sad Death Our community was greatly shocked on Wednesday evening when it learned that Mr. W.A. ALEXANDER was dead. Mr. ALEXANDER went to his mill on Wednesday morning in seemingly usual health. About 11 o’clock it was thought he had fainted and the physicians of the town were
Died — at her home in this town on Tuesday night last, Mrs. J.H. GAYLORD. Mrs. GAYLORD was taken ill only a few days ago, with typhoid fever, and grew rapidly worse until death ended her sufferings. She leaves a husband, sister and brothers, besides seven children, two of whom
Those who knew him were greatly shocked on Friday last to hear of the sudden death of Mr. Lonnie CHESSON, of Mackey’s Ferry. Mr. CHESSON was taken with appendicitis and died while undergoing a surgical operation. Source: Roanoke Beacon, 20 Jul 1900
In Memoriam Mrs. Priscilla N. AUSBON was born January 24, 184? and died at her home in Plymouth, N.C., March 1, 1900. For many years she was a worthy and consistent member of the M.E. Church, South, being at the time of her death one of the oldest members
Capt. Haywood Davenport Dead The death of Capt. Haywood DAVENPORT on Tuesday morning last sent a thrill of grief throughout this town. He had been in ill health for a year or more, and his seeking relief under the treatment of the best medical men was of little avail. He recently came
Our heartfelt sympathies are with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. BERRY who mourn the death of their 12-year-old daughter Martha, who died suddenly on Saturday night last, having been sick only a few days. The remains were interred in the Baptist church yard Monday morning at 10 o’clock, Rev. F.T. WOOTEN
“Aunt” Adeline JAMES, a well known and highly respected colored woman died at her home in this town on Wednesday last, of paralysis. She was about 65 years of age and had been sick only a few days. Source: Roanoke Beacon, 18 May 1900.