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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     James Smith, aged 27 years, died Tuesday night [January 1] at 447 Florida street.
     George Young, colored, aged 18 years, died Wednesday morning [January 2] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets.
     Joseph Sallard, colored, aged 3[?] months, died Tuesday [January 1] at 179 South Houston street, of heart disease.
     Mrs. Dollie Wells, aged twenty years, died Tuesday [January 1] two miles east of Carrollton, of consumption.
     Infant of C. A. Blackman, aged five weeks, died Wednesday night [January 2] at 231 Caroline street.
     Alf Turner, colored, aged 46 years, died Thursday [January 3] at 624 Main street of apoplexy.
     Mrs. May Belcher, aged 25 years, died Friday morning [January 4] on South Pearl street of Bright's disease.
     Mr. Mayfield, aged 77 years, died Friday morning [January 4] near Orphan's Home.
     Johnnie Thomas, aged 2 years, died Friday night [January 4] at 622 Commerce street of inflammation of the stomach and bowels.
     T. J. Parker, aged 67 years, died Saturday morning [January 5] at 261 Ross avenue.
     Nellie Hergisheimer, aged 11 years, died Friday night [January 4] in South Park addition, of typhoid fever.
     Mrs. E. P. Pickel, aged 84 years, died yesterday afternoon [January 5] at 185 Tenth street, Oak Cliff. The remains will be shipped to Pilot Point this morning at 11 o'clock.

- January 6, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3 col. 2-3.
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NECROLOGICAL.

      The local undertakers report the following deaths during the week:
     Mrs. Mary Isabelle Breedlove died Sunday [January 6] at 128 Allen street, aged 23 years.
     R. E. Montgomery, aged 52 years, died Sunday [January 6] at 146 Ardrey street.
     Henry Wells, aged 1 month, died Sunday [January 6] at 1122 Pacific avenue.
     D. A. Sweeten, aged 45 years, died Sunday [January 6] at 153 North Akard street of pneumonia and la grippe.
     Antonio Bragaglia, aged 70 years, died [January 6] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     Mrs. Margaret Alexander, aged 60 years, died Monday morning [January 7] at 120 Pecan street.
     Sidney J. Jacques, aged 1 month, died Tuesday [January 8] at 228 Wall street.
     Albert Stevens, aged 25 years, died Tuesday [January 8] at 114 Cora street.
     Sam Wilson, colored, aged 55 years, died Monday [January 7] at the corner of Latimer street and Santa Fe railway.
     John S. Crocker, aged 66 years, died Monday [January 7] at 104 Tenth street, Oak Cliff.
     Virgil Milton Dubose, aged 87 years, died Tuesday [January 8] in Oak Cliff.
     Mrs. M. S. Mouser, aged 67 years, died Thursday [January 10] at 115 Dawson street.
     Bessie Rubeigh, colored, aged 15 years, 7 months, died Thursday [January 10] at 265 1/2 Main street.
     Ester R. Conkling, aged 1 years, 3?/8? months, died Wednesday night [January 9] at the corner of Boll and Flora streets.
     Charles Rollman, aged 60 years, died Friday [January 11] at the city hospital.
     Francis Cade, aged 47 years, died Thursday [January 10] at 307 Pacific avenue.
     George Woodruff, aged 64 years, died Friday [January 11] at the city hospital.
     O. H. Martin, aged 40 years, died Friday [January 11] at the corner of Lake avenue and Wolf street.
     Robert Hammons, colored, aged 30 years, died Thursday night [January 10] in East Dallas.
     M. V. Nelson, colored, aged 45 years, died Thursday [January 10] at the corner of Watkins and Flora streets.
     Winston Ballinger, aged about 35 years, died Friday [January 11] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     R. Kirchgraber, aged 64 years, died Thursday night [January 10] at 244 Griffin street.
     W. J. Anderson, aged 37 years, died Wednesday night [January 9] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets.
     Sedie Galbreath, colored, aged 19 years, died Friday night [[January 11] at the corner of Young and Jefferson streets.
     Georgie Davis, aged 2 months, died Saturday [January 12] on Junius street.
     Mrs. A. E. Sheffield, aged 65 years, died Friday [January 11] at 114 Cora street.
     Mrs. Mary LaRoch, aged 38 years, died Friday night [January 11] at 121 Mildred avenue.
     Olla Thompson, aged 12 years, died yesterday afternoon [January 12] at 213 Cockrell street.

- January 13, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8 col. 4-5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     Mrs. Lottie Spilman, wife of L. K. Spilman, died Sunday evening [January 13] eight miles northeast of Dallas. She was 35 years of age, was born in Tennessee, and had resided in Dallas sixteen years.
     Joseph Stuart, aged 33 years, died Sunday morning [January 13] at 414 San Jacinto street.
     Miss Alice Custead, aged 23 years, died Sunday morning [January 13] at 336 Canton street. She was born in Missouri and had been in Dallas ten years.
     Joe Tyra, aged 52 years, died Sunday night [January 13] at 200 Santa Fe avenue. He was born in Arkansas and had lived in Dallas one year and four months. The remains were interred at Wilmer.
     Minnie Lee Castleberry, aged 12 years, died Tuesday morning [January 15], one mile west of Orphan's Home.
     Frank A. Smith, aged 32 years, died Monday [January 14] at 166 Holmes street.
     E. W. Littlepage, aged 77 years, died Thursday morning [January 17] at 657 Ross avenue. He was born in West Virginia and had been in Dallas 5 years.
     L. C. Leeds, aged 58 years, died Friday morning [January 18] at 111 Veal street. He was born in Michigan, and had been in Dallas twenty-four years. He was a deputy collector of internal revenue.
     Cicero Boyd, colored, aged 21 years, died Thursday [January 17] at 536 Flora street, of pneumonia and la grippe.
     West Killian, colored, aged 40 years, died Thursday [January 17] on Miller's avenue, Oak Cliff, of pneumonia.
     Mary M. Parker, aged 77 years, died Friday morning [January 18] on Park avenue.
     Joseph Greer, aged 40 years, died Friday [January 18] near Miller's Switch, of pneumonia.
     William Kortebein, aged 47 years, died Friday afternoon [January 18] at 137 Simpson street. He was born in Germany and had been in Dallas four months.
     Mary Miles, colored, aged about ___ years, died yesterday morning [January 19] at 133 Elm street.
     Willie Adkins, colored, aged 3 years, died Friday evening [January 18] at 462 Flora street.
     Eugene Maddox, aged six weeks, died yesterday [January 19] at 103 Sumpter street.
     Mrs. Josephine Lagers, died yesterday [January 19] at 120 Lincoln street. She was born in Germany and had lived in Dallas 14 years.

- January 20, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 4, col. 2.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths last week:
     Mrs. S. C. Porter, aged 33 years, died Sunday morning [January 20] at the corner of Jefferson and Jackson streets.
     Rupert B. West, aged 21 years, died Monday [January 21] at 123 Gano street.
     Lizzie Jacobs, colored, aged 23 years, died Monday [January 21] in the rear of 175 South Akard street, of tubes mesentenia.
     Charles Hudson Freeman, aged 4 years, 8 months, died Monday [January 21] at 144 Holmes street.
     John Metz, aged 60 years, died Sunday [January 20] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     J. W. Chenoweth, aged 49 years, died Sunday [January 20] at the corner of Twelfth street and St. George, Oak Cliff.
     James W. Gray, aged 27 years, died Sunday [January 20] at 500 San Jacinto street.
     J. W. Martin, aged 31 years, died Monday afternoon [January 21] at the city hospital, of pneumonia.
     Mrs. Josie Berger, aged 37 years, died Monday [January 21] on South Pearl street.
     Paul McCulloch, aged 25 years, died Tuesday afternoon [January 22] at the crossing of the Houston and Texas Central and Santa Fe railroads.
     Simon Jaiks, colored, aged 63 years, died Tuesday [January 22] at Parkland hospital, of consumption.
     Hays Hawley, colored, aged 50 years, died Tuesday [January 22] at Parkland hospital, of consumption.
     Mrs. Augusta A. Yost, aged 54 years, died Wednesday [January 23] at 103 Swiss avenue.
     Samuel B. Clowney, aged 61 years, died Wednesday night [January 23] at Cleburne of apoplexy.
     Joseph O'Leary, aged 6 months, died Thursday [January 24] at 177 Santa Fe avenue of meningitis.
     The four-day-old infant of W. E. Adkin, colored, died Wednesday [January 23] at the corner of Sutton and Crowdus streets.
     Mrs. Susan Huey, aged 24 years, died Thursday afternoon [January 24] at 160 North Lamar street.
     Ed Simmons died Thursday night [January 24] at 382 McKinney avenue.
     Charles H. Franz, aged 45 years, died yesterday morning [January 26] at 244 Ross avenue.
     Mrs. Mary W. Johnston, aged 74 years, died Friday [January 25] at 524 Fairmount avenue.
     J. W. Hamilton, aged 31 years, died Friday night [January 25], eight miles north of Dallas.
     Mrs. R. C. Gibbs, aged 68 years, died yesterday morning [January 26] in West Dallas.
     Helena O'Leary, aged 2 years and 5 months, died yesterday [January 26] at 177 Santa Fe avenue, of pneumonia.
     R. Henry Jenkins, aged 41 years, died yesterday [January 26] at 422 Wood street.
     William Bolin, aged 60 years, died yesterday [January 26] in West Dallas.
     Mrs. Ella Johnston, aged 40 years, died yesterday [January 26] at 408 Peabody avenue. She was born in Ireland and had been in Dallas 15 years.
     Mrs. L. J. Graves, aged 38 years, died last night [January 26] at 300 Peabody avenue. She was born in Alabama and had been in Dallas 5 years.
     L. H. Kimball, aged 75 years, died yesterday afternoon [January 26] twelve miles west of Dallas, of throat trouble. He was from Louisiana.

- January 27, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 4, col. 3.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the week:
     Miles J. Dart, aged 40 years, died Sunday [January 27] at 184 Ninth street, Oak Cliff.
     John Brown, colored, aged 35 years, died Sunday [January 27] at the city hospital.
     Jacob Eiserloh, aged 45 years, died Monday [January 28] at the city hospital.
     Helen Louise Loeb, aged 8 years, 3 months, died Sunday [January 27] at 423 South Akard street.
     James B. O'Neal, aged 25 years, died Tuesday [January 29] at 636 Elm street.
     Monroe Worthington, colored, aged 19 years, died Tuesday [January 29] at city hospital.
     Will Webster, colored, aged 20 years, died Tuesday [January 29] at 350 Hall street.
     Mrs. Bettie Miller, aged 35 years, died Tuesday night [January 29], five miles northeast of Dallas.
     Ruben Atkinson, colored, aged 4 years, died Tuesday night [January 29] at 223 New Orleans street.
     Mrs. Hallie C. Russell, aged 30 years, died Tuesday [January 29] at 108 Hibernia street.
     J. M. Cain, aged 80 years, died Thursday [January 31] at 255 Caruth street.
     Mrs. M. Hatcher, aged 30 years, died Thursday [January 31] at the corner of Caruth street and Central railroad.
     Francis Forbes, aged about 55 years, died Wednesday night [January 30] on Peabody avenue.
     John Sanders, aged 36 years, died Thursday night [January 31] at city hospital.
     F. R. Gonzales, aged 76 years, died Thursday night [January 31] at the corner of Collin and Griffin streets.
     J. A. Fleming, aged 66 years, died Saturday [February 2] at 367 Wood street.
     John S. Roberts, aged 52 years, died Saturday [February 2] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     Miss Nancy Gunn, aged 20 years, died Friday night February 1] at 320 Williams street.
     Sarah Miles, colored, aged 91 years, died Friday [February 1] at the corner of Williams and Henry streets.

- February 3, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 4, col. 4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     Miss Cora Smith, aged 23 years, died Sunday morning [February 3] at 229 Carroll avenue, of peritonitis.
     Fay Dennis, aged 7 years and 6 months, died Sunday [February 3] at 227 Crowdus street.
     Ellen Ford, aged 65 years, died Monday [February 4] at 200 Flora street, of la grippe.
     Charles Johnson, aged 41 years, died Monday [February 4] on Peabody avenue.
     Mrs. F. Gillian, aged about 45 years, died Sunday [February 3] at 398 Elm street.
     Mrs. Jennie Milliken, aged 90 years, died Monday [February 4] at 238 Tenth street, Oak Cliff.
     Roberta Petagrew, colored, aged 22 years, died Monday [February 4] at 251 Porter street.
     John J. Eagan, aged 59 years, died Monday [February 4] at 157 Cedar Springs road.
     Nathan Hayman, colored, aged 21 years, died Tuesday [February 5] at 264 Collin street.
     The two-month's-old infant of S. C. Reed, died Tuesday [February 5] at the corner of Second street and Lancaster avenue, Oak Cliff.
     N. M. Wood died Tuesday night [February 5] at 107 Veal street.
     Ollie Dorcas Dellashaw, aged 24 years, died Thursday [February 7] at the corner of Carroll avenue and Junius street.
     Mrs. L. D. Dickey, aged about 55 years, died Wednesday [February 6] at 615 Main street.
     P. R. Weiner, aged 38 years, died Thursday night [February 7] at Parkland hospital, of la grippe.
     Chas. Wells, aged 28 years, died Friday [February 8] at the city hospital.
     Sarah Winchester, colored, aged 44 years, died Thursday [February 7] at 171 Cottonwood Lane.
     Miss Mary Keith, aged 63 years, died Friday [February 8] on Fourth avenue.
     J. W. Holmes, aged 70 years, died Friday night [February 8] at Parkland hospital, of heart disease.
     Harry Gregg, colored, aged 11 years, died Friday [February 8] at 117 Porter street.
     Miss Eliza J. Ferree, aged 80 years, died Friday night [February 8] at 113 Watt street.

- February 10, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 5-6.
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MEMORIAL SERVICES.

     The next regular meeting of Geo. H. Thomas W. R. C. will be held at Woodman hall, Main street, next Thursday afternoon, Feb. 14th at 2:30 o'clock. Every member is requested to be present. At 4 o'clock, in the same hall, memorial services will be held in honor of Comrades L. C. Leeds and J. Harned, also in memory of Comrade McCulloch's son. Members of Geo. H. Thomas and John A. Dix Posts and John A. Dix W. R. C. and friends of the families are requested to attend the services.

- February 10, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 6.
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S. Q. RICHARDSON CASE.

     In the case of Mary H. Long et al. vs. Jno. W. McCoy et al., in which a receiver is prayed for to take charge of the estate of the late S. Q. Richardson. Judge Richard Morgan, of the forty-fourth district court, yesterday afternoon, requested the attorneys in the case to submit additional evidence covering the disposition of property after the death of Mary J. Richardson; the community debt at her death exclusive of interest payments, if any, made since, and when, and several other matters, along the same line. Ten days were given the lawyers in which to secure the required evidence.
     It will be remembered that this case is the outcome of the discovery of two wills at the death of S. Q. Richardson. One was filed in Dallas county, while the other was subject for litigation in the courts of Van Zandt county. Several fine points are involved and the outcome is awaited with much interest. The case was submitted to Judge Morgan about three weeks ago.

- February 17, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8, col. 3.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths last week:
     Bessie McMurray, aged 11 months, died Sunday [February 10] at 195 North Harwood street.
     Cecil Carl, aged 1 month, died Tuesday [February 12] at 229 Carroll avenue, of inflammation of the stomach.
     Allen Atkins, colored, aged 90 years, died Monday night [February 11]at 409 San Jacinto street, of old age and general debility.
     Robert L. Hoskins, aged 24 years, died Tuesday [February 12] at 123 Cabell street, of peritonitis.
     Mrs. Lula A. Work, aged 37 years, died Monday night [February 11] at 524 Fairmount street.
     Mrs. Fannie E. Dooley, aged 40 years, died Tuesday [February 12] at 1024 Elm street.
     Mrs. Cora J. Lee, aged 71 years, died Thursday morning [February 14] at 444 Commerce street, of paralysis.
     Jimmy McCullough, aged 20 years, died Thursday morning [February 14] at 184 Dexter avenue, of tubercular meningitis.
     Katie Mattingly, aged 35 years, died Friday [February 15] at 763 Commerce street.
     C. M. Nelson, aged about 35 years, died yesterday morning [February 16] at Rodey's Siding.
     Pearl Campbell, aged 7 years, died yesterday [February 17] at 624 Juliette street.

- February 17, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8, col. 4-5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during last week:
     Alberta T. Griggs, colored, aged 17 years, died Monday [February 18] at the corner of Hall and Flora streets.
     William Clark, colored, aged 83 years, died Monday [February 18] at White Rock.
     Capt. A. J. Coshow, aged 86 years, died Sunday night [February 17], six miles east of Dallas.
     Asher Mandelbaum, aged 59 years, died Tuesday [February 19] at 155 Portland street.
     George W. Rider, aged 41 years, died Monday night [February 18] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets.
     Mrs. Samuel Carruthers died Monday [February 18] at 436 Wood street.
     Mrs. Honora O'Leary, aged 65 years, died Monday night [February 18] on Forest avenue, of la grippe.
     The one year and six-months-old infant of D. Thomas, died Thursday [February 21] at 228 South Ervay street, of convulsions.
     Mrs. M. Therese May, aged 46 years, died Thursday [February 21] at 172 Belleview street.
     Mrs. Melissa Stokey, aged 58 years, died Thursday [February 21] at the corner of Texas and Liberty streets.
     Helen Walker, aged five years, died Thursday [February 21] at the corner of Ninth street and Monroe, Oak Cliff.
     James Vance, aged 17 years, died Friday afternoon [February 22] at the city hospital, of consumption.
     Lawrence B. Wray, aged three years and one month, died yesterday afternoon [February 23] at 243 Simpson street.
     Miss Haughton, aged 17 years, died yesterday afternoon [February 23] at 195 North Harwood street.

- February 24, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 5, col. 4-5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the week:
     Ella Williams, colored, aged 30 years, died Sunday morning [February 24] at the city hospital.
     Mrs. H. R. Fenley, aged 54 years, died Sunday [February 24] at 347 San Jacinto street.
     Freddie Kurth, aged 8 years, died Sunday [February 24] at 160 Alamo street.
     R. F. Jenkins, aged 3 months, died Sunday [February 24] at 126 Willow street.
     M. T. Tippen died Monday [February 25] at 168 First avenue.
     Mrs. Amelia C. Mausfield, aged 63 years, died Monday [February 25] at 550 South Ervay street.
     Mr. Harbalt, aged 59 years, died Tuesday [February 26] at the city hospital.
     Josie Candiatta, aged 6 years, died Tuesday [February 26] at 570 Ross avenue.
     Mrs. Hanna Morrisey, aged 55 years, died Tuesday [February 26] at 116 Mildred avenue.
     John H. Rice, aged about 30 years, died Monday [February 25] at 120 Cockrell avenue.
     Mrs. R. A. Ridgeway, aged 68 years, died Tuesday [February 26] at 220 Josephine street.
     Mary T. Brown, colored, aged 61 years, died Tuesday [February 26] at 153 Burford street.
     Sam Robertson, colored, aged 66 years, died Wednesday [February 27] at 222 Leonard street.
     Adeline Nelson, colored, aged 18 years, died Tuesday [February 26] four miles south of Dallas.
     Allie Shouse, aged 8 years, died Wednesday [February 27] at Grand Prairie.
     George Rarke, aged 45 years, died Tuesday [February 26] at 179 Dexter avenue.
     Infant of Ellis Criner, colored, died Thursday [February 28] at 216 Juliett street.
     Miss Oakley Cason, aged 40 years, 8 months, died Thursday [February 28] at 212 Park avenue.
     Wright Redney, colored, aged 23 years, died Thursday night [February 28] at 280 Juliett street.
     Maggie Deboe, colored, aged 18 years, died Thursday night [February 28] at 295 Young street.
     Fullie Criner, aged 21 years, died Friday [March 1] at 216 Juliett street.
     Charles Milton Duckworth, aged 33 years, died yesterday [March 2] on Eaton avenue, Fairland.
     J. S. Terry, aged 66 years, died Friday [March 1] at 221 South Harwood street.

- March 3, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 6, col. 4-5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths last week:
     James Yarbrough, colored, aged 16 years, 11 months, was killed by a train in West Dallas Sunday afternoon [March 3].
     May Pearl Cartwright, aged 2 years, died Monday [March 4] at 173 Cochran street.
     Miss Edna Jones died Sunday [March 3] at 203 Griffin street.
     Mrs. Fannie Jorden, aged 53 years, died Sunday [March 3] on Elm street.
     Lillian Hortense Schmucker, aged 7 years, 8 months, died Monday night [March 4] at 464 Live Oak street.
     George C. Cole, aged 44 years, died Tuesday morning [March 5] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     Mrs. F. W. Bryan, aged 49 years, died Tuesday night [March 5] at 129 Gaston avenue.
     D. Luchesi, aged about 60 years, died Wednesday morning [March 6] at the corner of Harwood and Bryan streets.
     Ed Hinson, aged about 30 years, died Wednesday morning [March 6] at the corner of Akard and Commerce street.
     C. B. Lesterjette, aged 70 years, died Thursday [March 7] at the city hospital.
     Nellie Alice Bolton, aged 5 years, died Thursday [March 7] at 732 Elm street.
     Infant of John Parks, colored, died Wednesday night [March 6] at 424 Cochran street.
     Miss Amanda Fultz, aged 50 years, died Wednesday [March 6] in West Dallas.
     Mrs. Robert Tennyson, aged 60 years, died Friday night [March 8] at 127 White street.
     The infant of Mr. Graul died Friday night [March 8] at 612 South Lamar street.
     Mrs. Catherine Burt, aged 60 years, died yesterday morning [March 9] at the corner of Ninth street and Monroe avenue, Oak Cliff.

- March 10, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8, col. 5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     John T. Campbell, aged 83 years, died Monday [March 11] at 479 Hall street.
     D. B. Jones, aged 44 years, died Monday [March 11] at 778 Main street.
     Birdie Pear Hyde, aged 4 years, 6 months, died Monday [March 11] at 132 Campbell street.
     John Baldwin Laurence, aged 2 months, died Monday [March 11] at 175 First avenue.
     Loretta M. Cunningham, aged 7 years, died Tuesday [March 12] at 140 Williams street.
     Mary R. McFerran, aged 46 years, died yesterday [March 16] at 363 Routh street.
     Clem Wiggins, colored, died Tuesday [March 12] at Parkland hospital.
     Mrs. Maggie Jennings, aged 20 years, died Tuesday [March 12] at 154 Alexander avenue.
     Mary Hand, aged 80 years, died Tuesday [March 12] at 556 South Akard street.
     Robert E. Whitlock, aged 35 years, died Wednesday night [March 13] at 487 Main street, of tuberculosis of the bowels.
     Max Josephson, aged 25 years, died Wednesday [March 13] at 174 Cochran street.
     Mae Page, aged 20 years, 10 months, died Thursday [March 14] at 228 South Ervay street.
     John Aaron, aged 30 years, was killed in the Katy yards Thursday night [March 14] by a train.
     Lillie M. Nix, wife of M. T. Nix, died Friday night [March 15] at 271 South Harwood street.
     William Bergin, aged 22 years, died Friday [March 15] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets, of pneumonia and typhoid fever.
     Methe Baumann, aged 13 years, died Friday [March 15] at 181 Caroline street.
     Robert D. Donnelly, aged 23 years, was killed by a live electric wire at the corner of Willow street and the Texas and Pacific railway [date of death not given].
     The infant of Sam Evans died yesterday [March 16] at 297 Exposition avenue.
     John Linsey, colored, aged 41 years, died yesterday [March 16] at the city hospital, of pneumonia.
     Henry Coble, colored, aged 74 years, was found dead yesterday morning [March 16], near Eagle Ford.
     Mary Boyd, colored, aged 44 years, died yesterday [March 16] at 143 Duncan street.
     Royal F. Twombly, aged 8 months, died yesterday [March 16] at 192 Flora street.

- March 17, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 6, col. 4-7.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the week:
     Nora G. O'Brien, aged 11 months, died Sunday [March 17] at 133 Crowdus street.
     Mrs. Helen P. Spencer, aged 65 years, died Sunday [March 17] at 154 South Ervay street.
     Harry C. Atkinson, aged 4 years and 8 months, died Monday [March 18] at 312 Forest avenue.
     Sister Magdalen Hough, aged 28 years, died Monday [March 18] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     John Richard Poteet, aged 6 years and 4 months, died Tuesday [March 19] at 479 Hall street.
     John Jackson, colored, aged 20 years, died Tuesday [March 19] at 623 Main street, of pneumonia.
     Gussie King, colored, aged 3 months, died Thursday [March 21] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets, of peritonitis.
     The 7-year-old-son of Cadi Fink died Wednesday [March 20] at 263 Holmes street.
     Catharine Alta Lacy, aged 3 months, died Wednesday night [March 20] at 127 Noble avenue.
     Mrs. Mary Ankenbaer, aged 35 years, died Wednesday night [March 20] at 125 Lear street.
     _____ McWilliams, colored, aged 23 years, died Friday [March 22] at the city hospital, of paralysis.
     Miss Mamie W. Ellis, aged 41 years, died yesterday [March 23] at 150 Moody street.
     W. D. Hall, aged 37 years, died yesterday [March 23] at the city hospital, of tuberculosis.

- March 24, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 6, col. 3-4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the week:
     Edna May O'Donnell, aged 18 years, died Sunday [March 24] at 244 Caruth street.
     The infant of W. B. Power died Sunday [March 24] at 212 Swiss avenue.
     Harry Beggs, aged 5 years and 5 months, died Sunday [March 24] at 123 Fairmount avenue.
     George W. Parker, aged 56 years, died Monday [March 25] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets, of pneumonia.
     Juanita Lindsley, aged nine years, died Monday [March 25] at 420 Elm street, of scarlet fever.
     Mrs. Mary R. Power, aged about 30 years, died Tuesday [March 26] at 212 Swiss avenue.
     T. W. Cashshaw, colored, aged 60 years, died Wednesday night [March 28] at 109 Paris street.
     Peter H. Dalman, aged 23 years, died Wednesday [March 28] at 302 Young street.
     Mrs. L. L. Coleman, aged 41 years, died Thursday night [March 29] at 149 Dexter avenue.

- March 31, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8, col. 5-6.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     George Brown, colored, aged 49 years, died Monday [April 1] at the city hospital, of convulsions.
     J. E. Fleming, aged 23 years, died Sunday morning [March 31] on Junius street, of a fracture at the base of the brain.
     T. C. Graves, aged two years and ten months, died Monday [April 1] at 122 Simpson street.
     Mrs. Della McCarthy, aged 37 years, died Monday [April 1] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets, of pneumonia.
     S. L. Cooper died Tuesday [April 2] at 622 South Harwood street.
     Miss Pearl Hayden, aged 22 years, died Tuesday [April 2] at 532 Commerce street.
     Lucy Cooper, colored, aged 15 years, died Monday [April 1] on Cedar Creek.
     Alice Hall, colored, aged 28 years, died Tuesday night [April 2] on Miller avenue, Oak Cliff.
     Mrs. J. B. Kimbrough, aged 49 years, died Wednesday [April 3] at 234 North Harwood street.
     Chas. Henry McCuin, colored, aged 38 years, died Thursday [April 4] at 405 San Jacinto street.
     Hood Ridgeway Fain, aged 15 days, died Wednesday night [April 3] at the corner of Bowser and Preston streets.
     The 2-weeks'-old infant of Mrs. M. E. Bowen, died Friday [April 5] at 254 State street.
     John H. Boghan, aged 40 years, died Friday [April 5] at the city hospital.
     Martha Clark, aged 25 years, died Thursday night [April 4] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     J. B. Young, aged 55 years, died Friday [April 5] at 212 Masten street, of cancer of the stomach.
     The 2-months-old infant of Mollie Fair, colored, died Thursday [April 4] at 554 Main street.
     Henrietta Giles, colored, aged 29 years, died Friday [April 5] at the corner of Jefferson and Young streets.

- April 7, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8, col. 4-5.
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Mortuary Matters.

     Helena Donahue, daughter of Thomas H. Donahue, aged 7 years, died yesterday [April 13] at 131 South street. Death resulted from diphtheria.
     Miss Ellen Akers died early yesterday morning [April 13] at 477 Dawson street, aged 17 years.
     Hannah Gruener, aged 88 years, died yesterday, shortly after noon at 502 Main street. She was a native of Bohemia, and had lived in Dallas twelve years.
     Bettie Huey, aged 11 months, died yesterday morning [April 13] at 147 Nussbaumer street.
     John Williams, colored, aged 27 years, died Friday evening [April 12] at the corner of Ashland avenue and Cottonwood Lane. He was a laborer by occupation, unmarried, and had lived in this city twenty years.

- April 14, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 7, col. 4-5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     Ed Ross, aged 31 years, died Sunday [April 7] at the city hospital, of paralysis.
     Mrs. L. S. Ware, aged 40 years, died Sunday [April 7] at 134 Hibernia street.
     Mrs. L. T. Cammack, aged 35 years, died Sunday [April 7] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     The two-months-old infant of S. C. Dewitt, died Wednesday [April 10] in East Dallas, of hives.
     Mrs. Sarah E. Sherman, aged 57 years, died Wednesday [April 10] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     L. C. DeMoise, aged 54 years, was killed by a fall from a pole at the corner of Ervay street and Patterson avenue (date of death not given].
     William Thomas Stair, aged 7 weeks, died Thursday [April 11] at 105 McKee street.
     Tonie Oesch, aged 8 months, died Wednesday night [April 10] at 438 Lucille street.
     Mrs. Robert Lamar, colored, aged 30 years, died Thursday night [April 11] on South Houston street, of consumption.
     John Meader, aged 46 years, died Friday [April 12] at the city hospital, of pneumonia.
     Mrs. Lucy A. Park, aged 44 years, died Friday [April 12] at 158 Montezuma street.
     Amanda Nash, colored, aged 35 years, died Friday [April 12] at 249 Fairmount street.
     A. C. Asbjornson, aged about 35 years, was drowned in the Trinity river [date of death not given].
     Bettie Huey, aged 11 months, 15 days, died yesterday [April 13] at 145 Nussbaumer street.
     John Williams, colored, aged 27 years, died Friday night [April 12] at the corner of Ashland street and Cottonwood lane.
     Mrs. Hannah Gruener, aged 88 years, died yesterday at 502 Main street.
     Helena Donahue, aged 9 years, died yesterday [April 13] at 131 South street.

- April 14, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 3-4.
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Mortuary Matters.

     Thomas White, aged 86 years, died yesterday [April 14] shortly before noon at 285 Floyd street. He was born in London, Eng.
     Greely McKinney, colored, died yesterday [April 14] at 124 Taylor street, aged 6 years. Death was caused by pneumonia.
     Lucy Foster, colored, aged 66 years, died yesterday afternoon [April 14] about 1:45 o'clock at 411 Preston street. She was born in Kentucky, and had lived in Dallas twenty-two years.
     Robert Lee Givens, colored, died yesterday afternoon [April 14] at 244 Wood street, aged 2 months.
     The remains of A. C. Asbjornson, whose body was found floating in the Trinity River last Friday [April 12], will be shipped this morning to Stoughton, Wis., where two of his sisters reside.

- April 15, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 10, col. 5-6.
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Judge F. N. Read Dead.

     Judge F. N. Read died last night at 10 o'clock at 222 Grand avenue, Oak Cliff. He had lived in this county more than fifteen years, and was 65 years of age.

- April 15, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 10, col. 6.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     [Greely McKinney, colored, 6] years, died Sunday [April 14] at 124 Taylor street.
     Thomas White, aged 86 years, 3 months, died Sunday night [April 14] at 285 Floyd street.
     Judge F. N. Read, aged 65 years, died Sunday night [April 14] at 222 Grand avenue, Oak Cliff.
     J. J. Cox, aged 31 years, died Tuesday [April 16] at the city hospital.
     Pearl Mitcham, colored, aged 20 years, died Sunday [April 14] at 607 Flora street.
     Alice Collins, colored, aged 34 years, died Monday night [April 15] at 327 Juliet street.
     Ruth Elizabeth Best, aged nine months, died Wednesday night [April 17] at 158 McKinney avenue.
     Infant of David Jones, aged one day, died Wednesday night [April 17] at 1163 Pacific avenue.
     John Martin, colored, aged 24 years, died Friday [April 19] at 367 Bryan street.
     William Newton, aged 54 years, died Friday [April 19] at the corner of Hall and Bryan streets.
     Emmett Polk, aged four years and ten months, died Friday [April 19] at 245 Beaumont street.
     Mrs. E. J. Stewart, aged 59 years, died yesterday [April 20] on Pearl street.
     Dr. T. J. Baker, aged 54 years, died yesterday [April 20] at 349 Main street.
     The two-months'-old infant of C. A. Rant died yesterday [April 20] at 268 Exposition avenue.

- April 21, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 3-4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the week:
     John Wall, Sr., aged 63 years, died Sunday [April 21] near Reinhardt.
     George Grimes, aged 27 years, died Sunday [April 21] at 598 Washington avenue.
     Mrs. M. A. Morgan, aged 43 years, died Sunday [April 21] on Cedar street.
     Oliver Coash, aged 69 years, died Sunday [April 21] at the corner of Alamo and Cedar streets.
     John Malloy, aged 75 years, died Sunday [April 21] at 91 Polk street.
     Mrs. Catherine Schraede, aged 52 years, died Sunday night [April 21] at 425 Elm street.
     William Marshall, aged about 35 years, died Monday night [April 22] on a Santa Fe train, coming into Dallas.
     Frank Prather, aged about 25 years, died Tuesday [April 23] at the corner of Bryan and Hall street.
     Helen Gertrude Alexander, aged 2 years and 6 months, died Monday night [April 22] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     Mrs. Annie Alexander, aged 25 years, 8 months, died Monday night [April 22] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     Elsie Guyon Wesson, aged 3 years and 6 months, died Monday [April 22] at 169 Crutcher street.
     Philip Goodrich, aged 2 years, died Tuesday (April 23] in South Park.
     Willie Rains, colored, aged 5 years and 3 months, died Tuesday [April 23] at 607 Flora street.
     Alice Sullivan, aged 47 years, died Tuesday night [April 23] at 106 Dove street.
     Jimmie Chitwood, aged 1 year and 3 months, died Wednesday [April 24] at the corner of Pacific avenue and Benson street.
     Mrs. Cora Corder, aged 36 years, died Thursday [April 25] at 353 Swiss avenue.
     Cynthia Norvelle, aged 16 years, died Thursday [April 25] at 229 Carroll avenue.
     Martha Siebenhausen, aged 3 days, died Thursday [April 25] at 232 Texas street.
     Warren Alfred Nau, aged 3 months and 15 days, died yesterday [April 27] at 181 Caruth street.
     Dr. R. H. Blair, aged 42 years, died yesterday [April 27] at St. Paul's Sanitarium.

- April 28, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 3.
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IN MEMORIAM.

     A sketch of the life of Dr. J. T. Baker, who died April 20, 1901, at his home on Main street, in the city of Dallas, Tex., having known Dr. Baker intimately since 1876. When I first knew him, he was a young man preaching for the Christian churches in Southern Illinois, dividing his time between the work of a pastor and the study of medicine. Being deprived of his parents at an early age, and thus thrown upon his resources by the innate force of character, which he possessed, he worked his way up through difficulties, which others might have considered insurmountable.
     As a graduate of a Bible, as well as a medical college, he was eminently fitted for a long and useful life. About seven years ago, he had the misfortune to lose his wife, of whose lovely Christian character, all who knew her, speak in praise. Since that time, he and his only son, who survives him, have made their home in Dallas, where he had a large circle of friends. A man of many sorrows and wrongs, yet through it all, he ever wavered in his faith in Christ, but trusted fully that in God's own time, all would be made right. In his profession, he was always kind, patient and encouraging; a staunch and honest friend, always fearlessly standing up for the right. May his soul find rest in heaven.
                                                                     A FRIEND.

- April 28, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 4-5.
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FUNERAL OF DR. BLAIR.

     Dr. R. H. Blair, who died yesterday afternoon at St. Paul's Sanitarium, was 42 years of age. He was a native of Alabama, and had been in Dallas sixteen years. His death was due to a general break-down, having been in bad health for several years. The funeral will be from the residence, 291 South Ervay street, to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.

- April 28, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The 8-month-old infant of Dr. A. B. Langenour died yesterday [May 4] at 141 Beaumont street, of blood poisoning.
[this is the only death listed in the May 5 weekly report]

- May 5, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 7, col. 4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     Mrs. Mary Hunt, aged 58 years, 10 months, died Saturday night [May 4] at 175 Thomas avenue. She was born in Louisiana and had been in Dallas five years.
     Nancy Toliver, colored, aged 80 years, died yesterday [May 5] at 133 Greenwood street.
     Henry W. B. Aldehoff, aged 83 years, 1 month, died yesterday [May 5] at 150 Cantegral street.

- May 6, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 1, col. 1-2.
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VON ALDEHOFF DEAD
_______

Noted Scholar Died Yesterday
in This City.

     Henry William von Aldehoff, one of the ablest scholars of the South, died yesterday at his home, 150 Cantegral street, at the age of 83 years. He was a native German, having been born at Dusseldorf, Prussia, March 12, 1818. He graduated from the University of Bown at the age of 18, and came to America shortly after. He first visited Texas on the day when Gen. Sam Houston was inaugurated president of the Texas Republic. He was a most accomplished linguist, and was, for several years, translator of Spanish titles in the general land office.
     After a few years in Texas, he moved to Kentucky, thence to Tennessee, where, at Athens, he became a school teacher. At Kingston, he married Miss Rowena Sevier. While an instructor, he had, under his tutelage, Senator John Morgan, Gen. Geo. L. Gillespie and Hon. James Sevier of Tennessee. He returned to Texas in 1873, where he has since resided.
     He had fluent command of nine languages.
     His funeral took place this morning at 10 o'clock at the residence, interment at Greenwood cemetery.

- May 6, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 1, col. 2.
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PIONEER WOMAN DEAD.

     Mrs. J. A. Marks, one of Texas' pioneer women, died Friday afternoon at 21 Polk avenue, Oak Cliff. She was born in Owenboro, Ky., in 1818 and came to Dallas county in 1872. She lived at Rockdale several years and had been living in Oak Cliff thirteen years. She leaves two sons, M. B. Marks, of Oak Cliff, and D. E. Marks of Calvert, and a daughter, Mrs. W. E. Werner, of Oak Cliff.

- May 12, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 2, col. 4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     Nancy Toliver, colored, aged 80 years, died Sunday [May 5] at 138 Greenwood street.
     Henry W. Von Aldehoff, aged 83 years, died Sunday [May 5] at 150 Cantegral street.
     William Morton, aged 4 months, died Tuesday [May 7] at 182 Cochran street.
     Tonzo Black, colored, aged 20 years, died Tuesday [May 7] at 123 Burford street.
     Mrs. Belle Wood, aged 47 years, died Tuesday [May 7] at 186 Griffin street.
     Katie Wantz, colored, aged 32 years, died Tuesday night [May 7] at the corner of Lamar and Columbia streets.
     Willie Payne, aged 13 years, 11 months, died Wednesday [May 8] at Parkland hospital.
     Mary Newell, aged two years, died Thursday [May 9] at 144 Montgomery street.
     Owen Norfolk Cocke, aged 25 years, died Wednesday night [May 8] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     Charles A. Rylander, aged 54 years, died Thursday [May 9]
     Clara G. Vaughan, aged 9 months, died Thursday [May 9] at 111 Mulberry street.
     Danny Marr, aged 11 years, 10 months, died Thursday [May 9] at 15 Sixth street, Oak Cliff.
     Ida Brown, colored, aged 14 years, died Thursday night [May 9] at 119 Montezuma street.
     Giles McLean, aged about 16 years, died Friday [May 10] at the city hall.
     Mrs. Huldah Hein, aged 28 years, died yesterday [May 11] at Cedar Hill.
     Mrs. S. H. McGuire, aged 58 years, died Friday night [May 10] at 148 Montgomery street.
     Annie May Schott, aged 29 years, died Friday [May 10] at 214 Lake avenue.
     Mrs. J. A. Marks, aged 83 years, died Friday [May 10] at 21 Polk avenue, Oak Cliff.
     Frances M. Clower, aged 43 years, died Friday night [May 10] at 229 Ross avenue.
     Three-day-old infant of J. F. Donovan died Friday [May 10] at 431 South Ervay street.
     C. M. Tucker, aged 57 years, died yesterday [May 12] at 307 Exposition avenue.

- May 12, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 2, col. 5-7.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     For the week ending yesterday, the local undertakers report the following deaths:
     May 12, infant son of Jacob Bopp, 840 Main street, cholera infantum.
     May 13, Wr. [Wm.?] R. Crowley, aged 35 years, at Parkland hospital.
     May 13, Coleman Long, colored, aged 58 years, died corner Main and Akard streets, residence 296 Williams street.
     May 13, Cecil Reed, 1 year and 5 months old, 653 Washington avenue.
     May 13, R. S. Estis, aged 47 years, South Central, tuberculosis.
     May 15, Wm. Nary, aged 22 years, pneumonia.
     May 15, Jos. H. Rohner, 204 Porter street, softening of the brain.
     May 15, Mrs. Kate Augusta Hunstable, aged 51 years, 262 Grand avenue, tuberculosis.
     May 15, Edmund Russell Draper, aged 7 months, 120 Sumpter street.
     May 16, Maudis Young, aged 40 years, Parkland hospital, tuberculosis.
     May 16, James Alexander Ziveley, aged 31 years, 795 S. Ervay, pneumonia.
     May 18, Willie Henry Englehart, aged 24 years, Patterson avenue; cause of death not given.
     May 18, Hattie Wade, colored, aged 23 years, 216 Leonard street.
     Wiley L. Skelton, aged 39 years, 295 Gaston avenue; cause [or date] of death not given.
     Hattie Wade, colored, aged 23 years, died yesterday [May 18] at 216 Flora street.

- May 19, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 4 col. 4-5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     Delphy Lucas, aged 26 years, died Sunday [May 19], on South Pearl street.
     The one-year-old infant of Julius Egger died Monday [May 20], five miles west of Dallas.
     Walter R. Haines, aged 13 months, died Wednesday [May 22] at 195 Santa Fe avenue.
     Lloyd Graham, aged 5 years, died Tuesday night [May 21] at 293 Williams street.
     James Hargan, aged 32 years, died Tuesday night [May 21] night at Parkland hospital.
     Mrs. Hattie Secor, aged 33 years, died Tuesday night [May 21] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets.
     Rolnia May Huck, aged seven months, died Wednesday [May 22] at 418 Hall street.
     The eight-months-old infant of Tilford Razor died Thursday [May 23] at the corner of Greenwood and Second streets, Oak Cliff.
     Jacob Baer, aged 56 years, died Wednesday [May 22] at the corner of Corsicana and Akard streets.
     Dr. Le Blaume Elliott, aged 79 years, died Thursday [May 23] at 573 Bryan street.
     Silas Sawyer, aged 75 years, died Thursday night [May 23] at the corner of Bryan and Hall streets.
     R. J. Jenso, Sr., aged 72 years and 11 months, died Friday [May 24] at 388 Worth street.
     Mrs. Vina Alderhold, aged 24 years, died Friday [May 24] at 544 North Harwood street.
     William D. Morgan, aged 44 years, died Friday [May 24] at 105 Word street.
     George Arthur Harford, aged 3 years and 2 months, died Friday [May 24] at 182 Washington avenue.
     Jewel McCarly, aged 17 months, died Friday night [May 24] on the east end of Motley avenue.
     Thomas Taylor, aged 22 years, died yesterday [May 25] on South Jefferson street, of consumption.

- May 26, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 6, col. 4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     Wm. Caleb Bailey, aged 9 years and 10 months, died Monday [May 27] at 798 Main street.
     Mary Catharine Davis, aged 50 years, died Sunday [May 26] at 271 South Akard street.
     Frank Miller, aged 64 years, died Monday [May 27] at 126 Orange street.
     H. Russell Susby, aged 1 year, died Monday [May 27] at 53 Seventh street, Oak Cliff.
     James A. Johnson, aged 65 years, died Monday night [May 27] at 725 Main street.
     Bridget Lewis, aged 61 years and 3 months, died Wednesday [May 29] at 178 Caroline street.
     Willie Lee Banks, colored, aged 7 months, died Wednesday [May 29] at 700 South Ervay street.
     Harold E. Spencer Ricks, aged 20 months, died Wednesday [May 29] at 260 Caroline street.
     Frances E. Fanning, aged 68 years, died Thursday [May 30] at 158 Allen street, of paralysis.
     Betsy Feyerson, colored, aged 47 years, died Wednesday [May 29] at 646 Cochran street, of heart disease.
     Hope Redd, aged 5 months, died Thursday [May 30] at 148 Alexander avenue.
     Charles Salzenstein, aged 59 years, died Thursday [May 30] at 125 Pocahontas street.
     Bert Munsey, aged about 30 years, was killed by a live electric wire at the corner of Live Oak and Peak streets, Thursday [May 30]
     James Henry Burns, aged 56 years, died Thursday night [May 30] at 297 Jackson street.
     J. H. Miller, Jr., aged 9 months, died Friday [May 31] at 301 Ross avenue.
     Mary E. Griggs, colored, aged 21 years, died Thursday night [May 30] at 328 Hall street.
     Peggy Ward, colored, aged 86 years, died Friday [May 31] on Hall street.
     Jane Williams, colored, aged 46 years, died yesterday [June 1] at 131 Cottonwood street.
     Mrs. Jessie Cook, aged 34 years, died yesterday [June 1] at 428 Live Oak street. The remains will be shipped to Mexia this morning by Undertaker Ed C. Smith & Bro.
     L. D. Douglas, aged 70 years, died last night [June 1] at St. Pauls sanitarium.

- June 2, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 2, col. 5-6.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the week:
     Robert Beck, aged 41 years, died Sunday night [June 2] at the corner of Hawkins and Montezuma streets.
     The month-old-infant of R. Loruze died Sunday night [June 2] at 378 Lucille street of bronchial pneumonia.
     W. A. Rodgers died Sunday [June 2] at 102 Masten street.
     C. E. Stone, aged 30 years and 3 months, died Tuesday [June 4] at 1051[?] South Central avenue.
     Alice Manson, colored, aged 21 years, died Monday night [June 3] at the city hospital.
     J. B. D. Young, aged 65 years, died Monday [June 3] at 281 Lemmon avenue.
     Eddie Ford, aged 20 years, died Tuesday [June 4] at 186 North Harwood street, of consumption.
     Ben M. Crisler, aged 48 years, died Wednesday night [June 5] at 155 Polk street.
     Robert H. Chilton, aged 55 years, died Thursday night [June 6] at 145[?] Maple avenue.
     Lee S. Dawkins, aged 11 months, died Friday [June 7] at 192 Swiss avenue.
     Hon. R. E. Burke, aged 54 years, died Wednesday morning [June 5] at the corner of Junius street and Haskell avenue.
     Will Groves, aged 23 years, died Friday [June 7] at the city hospital, of consumption.
     J. R. Phillips died Friday [June 7] at the county jail.
     Joe Maury, aged 60 years, died Thursday [June 6] at the city hospital, of consumption.
     Claude Harrington, aged 4 years, died Friday night [June 7] at 601 Elm street.
     Joe Henry Dansley, aged 4 months, died Friday [June 7], near Grapevine.
     The three-weeks-old infant of C. H. Maxwell, died Friday night [June 7] at the corner of Ervay and Corinth streets.
     Rev. A. Stoes, colored, aged 81 years, died Friday night [June 7] at 237 Flora street.
     Josh Green, colored, aged 69 years, died yesterday [June 8] at Queen City.

- June 9, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 6, col. 2-3.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths last week:
     Mrs. Hannah M. Pearson, aged 27 years, died Monday [June 10] at 567 Live Oak street.
     Lillian Lipstate, aged five months, died Sunday [June 9] at 62 St. George street, Oak Cliff, of congestion of the brain.
     Rosa Brewer, colored, aged 19 years, died Monday [June 10] at 235 Boll street.
     Mrs. Elizabeth Welch died Sunday night [June 9] at 795 Ross avenue.
     T. A. Bell, aged 55 years, died Tuesday [June 11] at 116 Smith street.
     Hannah Wilson, colored, aged 55 years, died Tuesday [June 11] on Juliett street.
     Lillie M. Hill, aged 11 months, died Tuesday night [June 11] at 180 Hord street.
     Albert A. Crain, aged 38 years and 9 months, died Wednesday [June 12] at 895 South Ervay street.
     A. C. Ardrey, aged 60 years, died Tuesday night [June 11] on Main street.
     Emile Chotelan, aged 45 years, died Thursday [June 13] at the city hospital, of consumption.
     Jim Walker, colored, aged 58 years, died Thursday [June 13] in West Dallas.
     Leslie N. Patrick, aged 29 years, died Thursday night [June 13] at St. Paul's sanitarium.
     Dave Williams, colored, died Thursday [June 13] on Betterton Circle, Oak Cliff.
     Mary Johnson, aged 60 years, died Thursday night [June 13] at the city hospital of paralysis.
     Lyle A. McConnell, aged 13 years and 6 months, died Thursday [June 13] at 277 Caruth street.
     Henry Brown, aged 2 years and 1 month, died Thursday [June 13] at 587 Browder street.
     Tennie Williams, aged 26 years, died Thursday night [June 13] at 161 Dexter avenue.
     Miss Blanch Stalcup, aged 15 years, died Friday [June 14] at 520 South Ervay street, of tuberculosis.
     The 8-months-old child of R. A. Trasp, died Thursday night [June 13], near Wilmer.
     Mrs. L. Gudinsky, aged 32 years, was burned to death Friday [June 14] at 525 South Harwood street.
     The infant of Peter F. Wright died Friday [June 14] at 61 Center street, Oak Cliff.
     Alexander F. Yopp, aged 1 year and 6 months, died Friday morning [June 14] at 312 Junius street.
     Minnie K. Spivey, aged 31 years and 8 months, died yesterday [June 15] at 251 Gaston avenue.
     Mrs. Daisy D. Pierce, aged 28 years, died last evening [June 15] at 703 Cedar Springs street.

- June 16, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 4-5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths last week:
     Viola Johann, aged 13 months, died Sunday [[June 16] at 166 Cantegral street.
     Mrs. W. A. Rodgers, aged 61 years, died Sunday [[June 16] at 192 Masten street, of fatty degeneration of the heart.
     Mrs. Mattie Chick, aged 30 years, died Monday [June 17] on Oak Lawn avenue.
     Eugenie Alice Williams, aged two months and seventeen days, died Monday [June 17] at 651 Ross avenue.
     Ella Fain, colored, aged 17 years, died Tuesday [June 18] on Betterton Circle, Oak Cliff.
     Twenty months' old infant of Charlie Cole, colored, died Monday night [June 17] at the corner of Junius and Oak streets.
     Three-weeks-old-infant of Ethel Reeder died Monday [June 17] at the city hospital.
     Dora A. Littrell, aged one month and fourteen days, died Wednesday [June 19] at 196 Santa Fe avenue.
     Rosella Smith, colored, aged 18 years, died Wednesday [June 19] on Fuqua street.
     David Jones, colored, aged 30 years, died Tuesday night [June 18] on Good street.
     Garret Van Ginkel, aged 56 years, was accidentally killed Wednesday night [June 19]
     Catherine Nuss, aged 60 years, died Tuesday [June 18] at 140 Texas street.
     Walter Dixon, aged 19 years, died Wednesday [June 19] at 79 Highland street, Oak Cliff.
     Clara E. Fory, aged 38 years and 5 months, died Tuesday [June 18] at the corner of Tyler and Jefferson streets, Oak Cliff, of tuberculosis.
     Year-old infant of Frank Davis, colored, died Tuesday night [June 18] at 134 Fuqua street.
     Two-months'-old infant of Thomas de Jarnette, died Tuesday [June 18], near Letot station.
     Ross Melton, aged 8 months, died Wednesday [June 19] at Caruth switch.
     Garfield Danials, aged 19 years, died Friday [June 21] at 646 Pacific avenue.
     Addie Castelberry, aged one year and six months, died Thursday [June 20], near Orphans Home.
     Betty Davis, colored, aged 65 years, died Thursday [June 20] on Main street.
     Infant of W. B. Jansen died Friday night [June 21] at 127 Alamo street.
     Sophia Poindexter, colored, aged 20 years, died yesterday [June 22] at 101 Floyd street, of phthesis pulmonaris.

- June 23, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 4, col. 6-7.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     For the week ending yesterday, the local undertakers report the following deaths:
     June 23, Sadie Yarbrough, aged 18 months, 582 South Lamar street; malarial fever.
     June 23, Mrs. P. O. Tyrrell, aged 29 years, 205 Camp street.
     June 23, Mrs. Bertha Sterenberg, 26 years, 127 Simpson street.
     June 24, Mrs. W. H. K. Douglas, aged 86 years, 201 Exposition.
     June 24, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Norton, aged 73 years, 297 South Boulevard.
     June 24, Mrs. Rebecca Virginia Nelson, aged 50 years, 470 South Lamar; typhoid fever.
     June 25, Sarah A. Scott, aged 33 years, 276 McKinney avenue.
     June 25, Lillie Ethel Blackshire, aged 8 months, corner Beaumont and Cockrell.
     June 27, Montgomery R. Drake, aged 53 years, 197 Leonard street.
     June 27, Jno. J. Amacker, aged 1 year and 10 months, 121 Highland street.

- June 30, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8, col. 5-6.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     For the week ending last night, the local undertakers report the following deaths:
     July 1, Alphonsin Le Cleare, aged 52, near Fair Grounds.
     July 1, Mrs. Parlee Cashaw, aged 80 years, near Calhoun.
     July 1, Mrs. M. Bennett, aged 54 years, corner Holland and Bryan streets.
     July 2, H. Marriete (supposed to be), aged 50 years, on railroad track.
     July 3, Thomas F. McEnnis, aged 61 years, St. Louis [street?].
     July 3, Allen Scarbrough, aged 81 years, 135 Phelps street.
     July 4, Martha Young, aged 65 years, city hospital, tuberculosis.
     July 4, G. H. Stonehardt, aged 50 years, South Ervay street.
     July 4, Frank West, aged 21 years, Bryan and Hall streets.
     July 4, J. B. Whitmire, aged 35 years, corner Benton and Pacific avenue.
     July 5, J. C. Naume, aged 40 years, city hospital.
     July 5, Earnest Wisdone, aged 5 days, 568 South Harwood street.
     July 5, W. H. Boales, aged 90 years, city.
     July 6, Leonard Mayo, aged 2 years, 152 Dexter avenue.
     July 6, John Earl Lewis, aged 5 months, 118 Cedar street.

- July 7, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 5, col. 3-4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     Following is the list of deaths occurring during the week ending with yesterday. The number is small indeed, considering the population of Dallas, and the heated season of the year, when fevers and congestion mostly prevail.
     Mrs. Sallie Dickson died at 417 Commerce street, on the 7th.
     Mrs. Mollie K. Lumley died on Commerce street, on the 8th instant.
     Mrs. C. A. Trousdale died at 158 Leonard street on the 8th, from burns received in the destruction of her house by fire. She was 48 years old and was born in Illinois.
     Henry Saar died at 384 Live Oak street, July 6. He was a native of Hamburg, Germany.
     Chas. C. Cook, 45 years old, died of consumption at the city hospital on the 7th.
     Betty Wright, colored, aged 35 years, died in Oak Cliff on the 9th.
     Anna Scales, 52 years old, died of dysentery on the 10th.
     Mrs. C. J. Cox, aged 28 years, died and was buried at Farmers Branch yesterday.
     Mr. Fisher, a young man, died at the city hospital Friday night [July 12] of typhoid fever, and the remains were yesterday shipped to Illinois.

- July 14, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 7.
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CONFEDERATE DEAD.

     Headquarters Sterling Price Camp. U. C. V., Dallas, Tex., July 15. -- Special Order No. 8: The members of Sterling Price Camp U. C. V., are hereby notified of the death of Comrade W. M. Bullock. He died at the city hospital Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
     2. The funeral will be from Smith's Chapel, corner of Main and St. Paul streets, to-morrow (Tuesday) morning at 9 o'clock to West Dallas, where the remains will be interred. Members of the camp are notified to be at the said chapel Tuesday morning at 8:45 o'clock to attend the funeral services of our deceased comrade. By order of
                                                       C
HAS. L. MARTIN,
                                                       Commander.
     O. S
TEELE, Adjutant.

- July 15, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 8, col. 1-2.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The following deaths are reported by the local undertakers for the week ending yesterday:
     Mrs. G. F. Myers, aged 30 years, July 17, at Carrollton; cause of death, intermittent fever.
     Hattie Maybell Stewart, aged 14 months, July 14, near Caruth Switch; cause not given.
     William Frederick Warren, aged 33 years, July 14, at the corner of Bellview and Central avenues; cause of death, pernicious malarial fever.
     Riley Sunderland, aged 51 years, July 17, at McLeod hotel; cause of death, congestion of the brain.
     Edgar Stanley Fritts, aged 14 years, July 14, at 404 Commerce street; cause of death, typhoid fever.
     Chas. Bullard, colored, aged 23 years, July 14, at No. 8 Grand avenue; cause of death, acute Bright's disease.
     Andrew Kennedy, aged 50 years, July 16, at city hospital; cause of death not given.
     Ove Hansen, aged 18 years, July 16, at Kentucky and Burns streets; cause of death, self-administered poison.
     John Harris, colored, aged 38 years, July 17, at city hospital; cause of death, dropsy.
     Sister Mary Philip Hallasy, aged 24 years, July 18, at St. Paul's sanitarium; cause of death, phthisis pulmonalis.
     Infant of J. H. Park, July 14, at 914 Main street; cause of death not given.
     John T. Trilley, aged 37 years, July 14, at Occidental hotel; cause of death, overheat.
     Infant of W. T. Frost, July 14, at Bryan and Boll streets; cause of death not given.
     W. M. Bullock, aged 58 years, July 14, at city hospital; cause of death, tuberculosis.
     E. Trapp, aged 53 years, July 16, at 319 Routh street; cause of death not given.
     Mrs. Emma Morris, aged 35 years, July 17, at 264 Gaston avenue; cause of death not given.
     Infant of J. W. Lewis, aged 9 days, July 17, on Santa Fe avenue; cause of death not given.
     M. S. Gallagher, aged 56 years, July 19, at 939 Bryan street; cause of death, pistol shot.
     Chas. Wheller, aged 25 years, July 19, on Elm street; cause of death, electric shock.
     Alice Sheets, aged 37 years, July 20, at 252 Beaumont street; cause of death not given.

- July 21, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p 8, col. 5-6.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths last week:
     M. O. Deane, aged 47 years, died Monday [July 22] at 1013 Main street.
     Oscar McCabe, aged 4 years and 8 months, died Sunday [July 21] at 219 Santa Fe avenue.
     Sam Scott, aged 47 years, died Sunday [July 21] at the city hospital.
     Floyd Lillard, aged 5 months, died Sunday [July 21] at 166 Trinidad street.
     Myrtle Stephens, aged 2 years and 11 months, died Sunday night [July 21] at 722 South Lamar street.
     Terence O'Neal, aged 62 years, died Monday night [July 22] at the corner of Hall and Bryan streets.
     William F. Warren, Jr., aged 4 months, died Tuesday night [July 23] at the corner of Warren street and South Central avenue.
     Allene Amling, aged 6 months, died Wednesday [July 24] at 372 North Harwood street.
     Mrs. A. M. Breer, aged 67 years, died Wednesday night [July 24] at 204 Portland street.
     Walter Newberry, aged 19 years, died Wednesday [July 24] at the city hospital of malarial fever.
     Christine Wilkerson, colored, died Wednesday evening [July 24] at 139 Peak alley.
     Alice White, aged 3 years, died Wednesday [July 24] 13 miles southeast of Dallas, of lung trouble.
     Lucy E. Findley, aged 1 year and 3 months, died Thursday [July 25] at 738 South Lamar street.
     John Lahey, aged 52 years, died Thursday night [July 25] at 217 Camp street.
     Louisa McPherson, aged 9 months, died Friday [July 26] at 175 Peak street.
     The 5 months' old infant of G. L. Redding, died Friday [July 26] at 119 Carroll avenue.
     Henrietta Bristol, aged 9 months, died Saturday [July 27] at 253 Boll street.
     Fanny Whitley, aged 63 years, died Friday [July 26] at 677 Main street.

- July 28, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p 4, col. 3-4.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     The local undertakers report the following deaths during the past week:
     Marie Moroney, aged 10 years, died Sunday [July 28] at the Ursuline Convent, of measles and brain fever.
     W. P. Chambers, aged 32 years, died Sunday night [July 28] at 477 Commerce street.
     Mrs. Hilda Hirwhalzen, aged 29 years and 10 months, died Monday night [July 29] at 145 Olive street.
     Leon Von Grenderbeek, aged 30 years, died Tuesday [July 30] at the corner of Bryan and Pavilion streets.
     Mamie Moore, colored, aged one year and five months, died Tuesday night [July 30] at 178 Cochran street, of entero colitis.
     Edna Florence Powers, aged six months, died Tuesday night [July 30] at 577 Juliette street.
     Gus Wigley, aged 32 years, was asphyxiated Wednesday [July 31] at the cotton mills.
     Frank Oscar Dalton, aged 17 years, died Thursday [August 1] at 303 Peak avenue.
     Rev. Father H. D. Brickley, aged 40 years, died Tuesday morning [July 30] at St. Paul's Sanitarium, of uremia-coma.
     Minnie C. Van Berg, aged 26 years, died Friday night [August 2] at the north end of Houston street.

- August 4, 1901, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p 8, col. 5-6.
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FUNERAL NOTICES.

     BAGBY--Phoebe, wife of W. F. Bagby, 193 Annex avenue. Funeral from residence at 3 o'clock this evening.
     MORRISON--Gertrude Samuels Morrison, wife of Richard Morrison, died November 9 at Las Vegas, N. M. Funeral announcement later.

- November 10, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 10, col. 2.
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FUNERAL NOTICES.

WERRY -- Mrs. Susan Werry died at her home, 363 Hickory st. Funeral from residence Wednesday at 10 a. m.
WILLIAMSON -- James G. Williamson died at 5 a. m. yesterday at his son's, Jesse Williamson, residence, 361 Wood st., aged 76 years, 11 months. Funeral at 2 p. m. to-day. Interment Greenwood cemetery.

- December 17, 1901, The Dallas Morning News, p. 4, col. 1.
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FUNERAL OF P. J. BERRY.
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Services Attended by Confederates
and Louisianans.

     The funeral of Peter J. Berry occurred yesterday afternoon from the Pro-Cathedral of Sacred Heart and was attended by a large number, among them being delegations from Camp Sterling Price and the Louisiana Society of Texas. There were many floral offerings.

- December 17, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 5, col. 5.
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LIVED HERE FORTY-ONE YEARS.
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Capt. J. G. Williamson, an Old Resi-
dent and Ex-Confederate, Dies
at Son's Home.

     Capt. James G. Williamson, aged 77 years, died at 6 a. m. yesterday at the residence of his son, Jesse Williamson, 361 Wood street.
     Capt. Williamson has been a resident of this county and city for the last forty-one years. He joined the Confederate army in March, 1862, and served until the surrender as Captain of Company C, Stone's Second Regiment. Capt. Williamson was a member of Sterling Price Camp, United Confederate Veterans. Three children survive him. Jesse Williamson of this city, H. C. Williamson of Kansas City and Mrs. Jettie Dermett of Mineola, Tex.

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     All comrades of Camp Sterling Price are requested to be present and attend the funeral of Comrade Capt. J. G. Williamson from his residence, 361 Wood street, at 2 p. m. today. The comrade departed this life at 6 a. m., Dec. 16.

W. J. BETTERTON,
Commander.
O
LIVER STEELE, Adjutant.

- December 17, 1901, The Dallas Morning News, p. 12, col. 4.
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Mortuary Matters.

     Walter B. Thomas, aged 21 years, died yesterday at 231 Flora street.
     Mrs. Susan Werry died last night at 363 Hickory street. She was born in Germany, July 26, 1833, and came to Dallas eight years ago.

- December 17, 1901, The Dallas Morning News, p. 12, col. 4.
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MANGLED BY MACHINERY.
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Horrible Fate of Robert Urquhart, an
Oiler at Standard Company's Plant.
His Death Was Instantaneous.

     Robert Urquhart, a white man, about 45 years of age, employed as oiler of machinery in the Standard Light and Power Company's plant at the corner of North Ervay street and Pacific avenue, was instantly killed yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock. He was caught in the breaking of an eight-inch leather belt and dashed to the ground. His neck was broken, also both arms and legs.
     When the accident occurred, Urquhart was standing near the blowing machine, to which the belt was attached, talking to Superintendent Nichols. Mr. Nichols, in speaking of the accident, said:
     "I was talking to Urquhart and had turned to give him a message, when, to my astonishment, he had completely disappeared. Looking around, I was horrified to find that the belt of the blowing machine had broken, and in breaking, had wrapped itself around Urquhart's body and, lifting him completely off his feet, threw him over one of the shafts of the machine and then dashed him to the ground with great violence. He was killed instantly."
     Urquhart was originally from Chicago, and came to Dallas nearly fifteen years ago. Before he accepted the position with the light and power company, he fired on several railroads running out of Dallas. Urquhart has a brother in Louisville, Ky., who was promptly notified of the accident.

- December 17, 1901, The Dallas Morning News, p. 12, col. 5.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     Leon Jackson, son of Matt Jackson, died at the home of his parents, aged 7 months. Bronchitis was the cause of death.
     Mrs. Maggie Fisher, aged 48 years, died at her residence in West Dallas yesterday at 3 o'clock p. m. Her death was caused by a hemorrhage of the lungs.
     Jack Hendricks, colored, aged 48 years, died at his home at 117 Porter street yesterday afternoon. For the past twenty years, he was an employe in the freight department of the Santa F. Dropsy was the cause of death.

- December 29, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 5, col. 7.
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NECROLOGICAL.

     John Weiland, formerly an engineer in the employ of the Oriental hotel, died in a lodging house at 541 Main street last night. At the inquest held this morning by Justice Edwards, a verdict was brought in that death was caused by pneumonia.
     Pearl Shugart, daughter of John Shugart, died at the home of her parents last night at 918 Elm street.

- December 30, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 5, col. 4.
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STARTLING DISCOVERY
IN TURTLE CREEK.

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Body of W. T. Buckart Found by a Farmer,
Indications Are That Death Was Acci-
dental--He Was a German.

     This morning at 8 o'clock, a passing farmer discovered the body of a man lying on his back in Turtle Creek, above the Preston road bridge. The police station was promptly notified and officers sent to the scene. The body was removed to the morgue, where it was identified as that of William T. Buckart, a German carpenter.
Justice Skelton has not as yet returned a verdict as to the cause of his death.
     Last Saturday, Buckart was sent to the city hospital for treatment of a wound in his head, and some time during Sunday night, left the hospital and, it is presumed, started for Dallas. As the night was very dark, he missed the bridge across the stream and walked over an embankment about a hundred yards lower down. He fell thirty feet, striking a rock and rolling into the creek. When found, his face was covered with blood and was much swollen. It is supposed that he fell face forward, striking on his head and dislocating his neck, causing instant death. He was a native of Germany and about fifty-five years old.

- December 30, 1901, Dallas Morning News, p. 5, col. 6.
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