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APPEARING IN THE NORFOLK VIRGINIAN

JAN 23 1890

THE REMAINS OF THE LATE COL. D.J. GODWIN WILL REACH THIS CITY THIS MRONING ON THE WASHINGTON STEAMER. THEY WILL BE MET BY A NUMBER OF FRIENDS OF THE DECEASED & ESCORTED TO CEDAR GROVE CEMETERY WHERE THEY WILL BE INTERRED.

ELIZABETH CITY N.C. JAN 22, THE FUNERAL SERVICES OF MRS. DR. MC INTOSH WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. MRS MACINTOSH DIED MONDAY EVENING AFTER A LONG ILLNESS. HER MANY FRIENDS WILL BE GRIEVED TO HEAR OF HER DEATH.

MR. MACON TRABUE, A CITIZEN OF CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, LIVING NEAR MIDLOTHIAN, WAS FOUND DEAD IN BED SUNDAY MONRING. THE NIGHT PREVIOUS HE APPEARED IN GOOD HEALTH. IT IS SUPPOSED THAT DEATH WAS THE RESULT OF APOPLEXY.

JAN 25 1890

ROGERS- JAN. 24, 1890 AT 11:45AM. HARRY BALLARD ROGERS, ELDEST SON OF THEODORE F. AND ADELAIDE ROGERS, AGED 21 YEARS AND 9 MONTHS. FUNERAL FROM THE RESIDENCE OF HIS PARENTS 34 BUTE ST., SUNDAY AFTERNOON JAN. 26TH AT 3:30PM. FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.

JOHNSON - AT HER HOME , WASHINGTON AVE, HUTERVILLE, ON THURS 24RD, MS. RACHAEL JOHNSON IN THE 40TH YEAR OF HER AGE. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM THE BUTE ST. BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 3PM.

APRIL 14 1891

THE FUNERAL OF MR. WILBER L.  BROWN, WHO DIED AT THE RETREAT FOR THE SICK, TOOK PLACE AT THE UNION CHRISTIAN CHAPEL, HIGHLAND TERRANCE, 11PM SUNDAY MONRING & WAS LARGELY ATTENDED. THE SERVICE WAS CONDUCTED BY THE PASTOR, REV. C.J. JONES. THE INTERMENT TOOK PLACE IN ELMWOOD CEMETERY, THE BURIAL BEING WITH MASONIC HONORS BY RUTH LODGE, WHICH WAS IN ATTENDANCE.
THE PALL BEARERS WERE: MASONS - R.T. JACOBS, R.C. WHITE. PAINTERS - MR. HAMMILL,CHARLES WHITEHURST.
CHURCH- A. MIELLEZ, W.M.J. WHITE.

AUG 19 1891

HOGGARD - MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 18TH AUGUST 1890 AT WAVERLY, BROAD CREEK, PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY, ELLEN LIVINGSTON INFANT DAUGHTER OF HORATIO C. & MOLLIE HERBERT HOGGARD, AGE 14MONTHS.
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AT CHESTER VA. AUG 18 FREDERICK HACKETT, FORMELRY OF BALTIMORE MARYLAND.

AUG 21 1890

TASEY, VA. AUG. 20, JOHN THOMAS POWELL, ESQ, AGED 63 DIED THIS MORNING FROM AN ATTACK OF PARALYSIS AT HIS HOME HERE. MR. POWELL WAS QUITE PROMINENT, BEING THE BROTHER OF W.M. POWELL, OF THE PROMINENT WHOLESE SALE GROCERY FIRM OF THAT NAME. A WIFE & 6 CHILDREN SURVIVE HIM, TO WHO MCONCESIDERBLE PROPERTY ACCUMULATED BY THE DECEASED WILL GO.

AUG 22 1890

TUES. NIGHT AFTER OUR REPORT CLOSED, LUKE BARNES, THE COLORED MAN WHO WAS SO BADLY INJURED ON MONDAY, LAST WHILE AT WORK ON THE BATTLESHIP TEXAS, DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE ON QUEEN ST. BARNES WAS REGARDED BY THOSE WHO KNEW HIM AS A GOOD & FAITHFUL MAN. THIS IS THE FIRST DEATH CAUSED FROM AN ACCIDENT WHILE WORKING ON EITHER OF THE IRON SHIPS IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION AT THE YARD.

SEPT 15 1890

THE REMAINS OF DR. GEORGE REVERDAY GHISELIN, FORMERLY OF THIS CITY WHO DIED IN NY THURSDAY LAST, REACHED NORFOLK SUNDAY EVENING BY THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP & WERE TAKEN TO THE UNDERTAKING ESTABLSIHMENT OF MESSRS. A.E. HALL & CO. MASONIC TEMPLE. THE FUNERAL TOOK PLACE FROM THERE AT 10AM YESTERDAY MONRING AND WAS CONDUCTED BY REV. GEORGE D. ARMSTRONG, D.D. OF THE FIRST & REV. W.S. LACY D.D. OF THE 2ND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. THE REMAINS WERE FOLLOWED TO THIER LAST RESTING PLACE IN THE FAMILY LOT IN CEDAR GROVE BY A NUMBER OF FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY THE FOLLOWING GENTLEMEN ACTING AS PALL BEARERS: MESSRS. JOHN D. WHITEHEAD, GEORGE R. DRUMMOND, CAPT. THOMAS R. ROWLAND, MAJOR A.B. COOK, FRED PEED, DR. FRANK WALKE, S.S. DAWES, MAJOR JOHN R. LUDLOW.

THE FUNERAL OF MRS. HARRIET GRANBERRY, WHO DEATH AS BEEN REPORTED BEFORE, TOOK PLACE FROM THE RESIDENCE OF HER SON IN LAW, MR. L. H. WHITEHURST, AT 4PM YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AT NO. 35 CHARLOTTE ST. A VERY LARGE NUMBER OF FRIENDS ATTENED TO PAY THE FAREWELL TRIBUTE OF RESPECT TO HER MEMORY. THE REV. GEORGE W. CARTER, D.D. CONDUCTED THE FUNERAL SERVICES, ASSISTED BY THE REV.C.W. PETTIT, AND AT THEIR CONCLUSION THE REMAINS WERE CONVEYED TO CEDAR GROVE CEMETERY AND INTERRED IN THE FAMILY LOT. THE FOLLOWING GENTLEMEN ACTED AS PALL BEARERS: MESSRS. W.H. FLETCHER, JAMES SIMMONS, J.A. MOORE, B.F. HARRISON, G.W. CAMP & I.O. GARDNER.

DR. BARROWS IN FEEBLE HEALTH (IF RELATIVE EMAIL ME FOR DETAILS)

MEARS DIED 3 MINUTES AFTER BEING SHOT. THE BALL WENT THROUGH HIS HEART AND SKIN AROUND THE WOUND WAS SCORCHED AND CRISPY.  HIS BODY WAS SHORUDED & CARRIED INTO AN OUT HOUSE, WHERE IT WAS WATCHED LAST NIGHT BY A SMALL GATHERING OF RELATIVES & FRIENDS WHO HUDDLED CLOSELY TOGETHER AROUND A DIMLY BURING CANDLE.  (NEED TO GET REST OF THIS STORY.)


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