DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 31, 1872

Lewis Saxon was born in Laurens District, South Carolina, on 3d August 1807 and died October 6th 1871, within a few miles of his birthplace. Jas. F. Smith. Laurensville Herald copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 31, 1872

Tribute of Respect from LaGrange Quarterly Conference to Dr. H. A. T. Ridley, who died 20th December 1871.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 7, 1872

Col. A. A. Franklin Hill was born in Oglethorpe county, Ga., Dec. 4th 1836 and died in Barbour county, Ala., Jan. 9th 1871 [sic]. He was graduated at Franklin College in 1845 and received the degree of M. D. in 1848 at Jefferson Medical School, Philadelphia. He served for six years as assistant surgeon in the United States navy, and for a short time edited the Southern Banner, at Athens, Ga. In June 1869 he was married to Miss Gazzle Williams, daughter of Maj. Gassoway Williams, of Alabama. He leaves and wife and child.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 7, 1872

Maj. Wiley E. Jones was born in Warren county, Ga., and died in Bibb county, near Macon, 16th of January 1872. While a child his father moved to Jones county, where he was reared and educated. He married Miss Wiggins in his 24th year. Soon after, he moved to Columbus, Ga., where he lived for thirty years or more. Col. H. J. Lamar, his son-in-law.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 7, 1872

Cornelius A. Norwood, youngest son of L. D. and C. A. Norwood, of Houston county, Ga., died November 14th 1871.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 7, 1872

Catharine Elizabeth, daughter of A. S. and Margaret Colquitt, was born October 5th 1845, and died in Clay county, Ala., Dec. 18th 1871. L. E. Bell
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 14, 1872

Joseph F. C. Harley was born in Orangeburg District, South Carolina, Nov. 15th 1805, removed to Middle Georgia in early childhood, thence to Alabama in his thirteenth year, and in 1825 came to Florida, where he purchased land at the first public land sales in the State. He died 28th Nov 1871. In January 1833 he was married to Elizabeth A. Whitehurst. E. L. T. Blake
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 14, 1872

Brother James A. Bailey was born in Laurens District, S. C., Jan. 26th 1835 and died in Greenwood, Nov. 18th 1871. W. H. Lawton
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 21, 1872

Mrs. Frances E. Walker, wife of William A. Walker, was born March 13th 1849 and died in Savannah, Georgia, January 7th 1872. She was united in marriage to Mr. W. A. Walker in October 1866. Geo. G. N. MacD.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 21, 1872

Sister Rebecca A., wife of Benjamin F. Prickett and daughter of Joel and Martha Stubbs, was born in South Carolina, March 22d 1835 and died in Douglass county, Georgia, November 22d, 1871. J. B. C. Quillian
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of February 21, 1872

Brother William Brown died of pneumonia at Athens, Ga., Dec. 29th 1871, in the 87th year of his age. He was a native of Italy, but emigrated to this country in comparatively early life and settled first in Charleston, South Carolina, when, shortly afterwards, he removed to Camden in the same state. He came to Athens previous to the year 1830. J. Lewis, Jr.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 6, 1872

Mrs. Mary Ann Warnock was born Sept. 2d, 1823, in Beaufort county, S. C., was married to Philip J. Hiers, March 21st, 1845; converted at Mt. Carmel camp-meeting in Colleton county, S. C., about 1856, and died at her home in Colleton county, S., C., Nov. 28th 1871. She left a husband and three grown sons. B. G. Jones
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 6, 1872

Mrs. Henrietta W. Baskin (whose maiden name was Harrison) was born June 6th 1800 and died January 20th 1872. Her husband, James Baskin, moved to Carroll county, Ga., then a wilderness.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 13, 1872

Anna Elizabeth, wife of Rev. A. M. Chrietzberg, of the South Carolina Conference, was born in Charleston, March 15th 1821 and died January 18th 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 13, 1872

Margaret Shand Stokes (Smith) second daughter of Rev. Whiteford Smith, D. D., was born in Augusta, Ga., October 8th 1837, was married to Rev. A. J. Stokes of the South Carolina Conference, September 8th 1859 and died in Camden, S. C., January 12th 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 13, 1872

Richard W. Sullivan, Sen., was born March 28th 1800 on the west side of Sampit Creek, Georgetown county, S. C., and died on the 9th January 1872. He left a wife, three children, two grand-children, an aged sister and many friends.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 13, 1872

Marietta Reynolds was born June 28, 1852, and died February 25th 1872. Deceased was the daughter of W. Parks Elliott, lately deceased, of Kingston, Ga. She had been married but a few months to H. W. Reynolds, my son. Jno. A. Reynolds
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 20, 1872

Col. James Edmond Brown was born Oct. 25th 1799 in Wadesboro, N. C., and died in Fort Gaines, Georgia, February 15th 1872. He was a son of Rev. John Brown, D. D., who was widely and favorably known as a minister of the Presbyterian Church. Brother Brown made several moves in early life and finally went to Monticello, Georgia. Here he married Miss Susan A. Stephens in 1820. They remained in that portion of the state till 1833 when they removed to Fort Gaines. Southern Presbyterian please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 20, 1872

Brother Dennis Lester was born in Newberry District, S. C., June 10th 1793, and died in Jones county, Ga., March 1st 1872. He came to Georgia when but twelve years old. He served his country in early life as a soldier during the Indian wars.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 27, 1872

Isabella Kennedy, daughter of the late Dr. John P. Feaster, and grandchild of Rev. John A. Kennedy, was born July 14th 1869, and died February 17th 1872, in Alachua county, Fla.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 27, 1872

At Forrest Home, Columbia county, Fla., Rosebud, infant daughter of William C. and Sarah A. Collins, aged 6 months.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 27, 1872

Lucy, daughter of Henry E. and Caroline C. Clarke, was born in Augusta, Georgia, October 9, 1850, and died in Augusta, of typhoid fever, January 26, 1872. J. O. A. Clarke
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 27, 1872

Col. Alexander W. Persons of Macon, Georgia, died in Americus, February 21, in the 34th year of his age. He was the last remaining child of an aged father, who survives him. After the late war, in which he served as Colonel, he settled in Macon.... He leaves a wife and two children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 27, 1872

Dr. Robert A. Payne, son of Rev. James B. Payne, died January 10th 1872. He was a graduate of Emory College and of the Atlanta Medical College, in the class of 1860. He was married in January 1872, removed to Meltonville, Florida. He was buried in Atlanta.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of March 27, 1872

Sister Julia E. Norman, daughter of Wm. B. and Mary B. Norman and wife of the late James A. Norman, died at her father's house, Dawson, Georgia, January 27, 1872. The deceased was born in Wilkes county, Georgia, October 27, 1832. In April 1837 she married James A. Norman.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 3, 1872

Ava Eliza Crews, daughter of Mr. Paul M. and Mrs. Frances M. Crews, of Columbia county, Florida, was born July 23d 1867, and died from the effect of a most terrible burn, January 2d 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 3, 1872

Mrs. Ann S. Campbell, widow of the late Archibald Campbell, was born at Round O, Colleton county, December 26th 1798, and died at the residence of her eldest son, A. L. Campbell, near Walterboro, S. C., February 6th 1872. She was reared in the Episcopal Church, but about the year 1826 united with the Methodist Church. She leaves four sons and many relatives.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 3, 1872

Saloma Crawford, daughter of William and Julia A. Bullard was born in Franklin county, a., Aug. 25th 1821, and died in Coweta county, Ga., March 9th 1872. Jno. H. Bowden
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 10, 1872

Mr. J. A. Speery was born in Waterbury, Conn., and died in the 57th year of his age, at his residence in Marshallville, Ga., on 29th of December 1871. When but nineteen years old he left his native State.... His Children
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 10, 1872

James Avery died in Burke county, N. C., March 4th 1872, in the 81st year of his age. Mr. A. was born in Acomac county, Va. He emigrated to Burke county, N. C., in the year 1817 and was married to Miss Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Daniel Brown, March 6th 1833. He was brought up in the Protestant Episcopal Church. His father was a minister in that Church. Two of his daughters married Methodist preachers-- R. P. Franks and J. Finger-- of the South Carolina Conference. G. W. Ivy
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 10, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth Nall, consort of the late John P. Nall, died in December 1871. She was a native of Georgia. S. A. Pilley
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 10, 1872

Anna L. O. Burnham, wife of Edward S. Burnham and youngest daughter of Benjamin S. D. and Louisa A. Muckenfuss, was born at Charleston, S. C., August 15th 1850 and died March 13th 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 10, 1872

Rev. William Allgood, a local preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was born in Elbert county, Ga., and died at his residence in Spalding county, Ga., in his 55th year. He was married to his wife in Merriwether county, Ga., and she still survives.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 17, 1872

Rev. Leonidas R. Redding was born March 20th 1830, and died at the residence of his father, Col. A. W. Redding, in Harris county, Ga., on the 22d of March 1872. Thos. T. Christian
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 17, 1872

Mrs. Julia T., wife of J. W. Vinson, and daughter of Col. Thos. N. and Mrs. A. C. Beall (now Mrs. Pou), died at her residence in Baldwin county, March 19th 1872, in the 32d year of her age.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 17, 1872

Sister Susan Ludiwick Zoucks, wife of John H. Zoucks and daughter of George and Betsey Bartlet, was born in Poughkeepsie, New York, June 20th 1816, and died March 9th 1872, in Hinesville, Ga. Her parents died before she was old enough to recollect them; and by an older sister she was brought to Savannah when but a child. H. Andrews
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 17, 1872

Rev. Allen Moody was born in South Carolina, Oct. 20th 1820 and died in Whitfield county, Ga., Feb. 23d 1872. He leaves a widow and eight children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of April 24, 1872

Mrs. Susan M. Randal was born 27th January 1802 and died 26th January 1872. She was married to Capt. F. R. Randal of upper Allsaints Parish, S. C., October 26th 1835. She leaves a husband and one daughter. Charles Betts
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Capt. Wm. Sanders died in Anderson county, S. C., March 15th 1872. The light of his eighty-fifth birthday fell upon his lifeless remains, awaiting burial. In 1811 he was married to Miss Martha Ditmor. Sister Martha Sanders, who was born in Charleston, about the year 1795, died March 29th 1872. Brother and sister Sanders died at the residence of their son-in-law, Capt. P. K. Norris. Their remains sleep in the graveyard at Bethesda Church. W. A. Hodges
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Judge Leroy Singleton was born November 23d 1805 and died in Jones county, Ga., April 3d, 1872. He leaves a widow, children and grandchildren. W. G. Hanson
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Adelia U. Murry, wife of W. C. Murry and daughter of Daniel and Mary Killian, was born in Habersham county, Ga., 9th October 1829, and died in Pueblo county, Colorado Territory, March 27th 1872. In 1870 she with her family and a few relatives and friends, emigrated to this Territory. A. H. Quillian. The St. Louis Christian Advocate will please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Clemonds M. Quillian, son of L. M. and Eliza Quillian, was born 14th June 1858 in Dahlonega, Ga., and was killed with several others by the explosion of a steam engine, near Dalton, Ga., Feb. 21st 1872. J. B. C. Quillian
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Mr. Rosalius J. Walton of Talbot county, Ga., was born Jan. 11th 1840, and died March 24th 1872. He leaves a wife and two little children. W. F. Robison.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Evans Crocker, son of Dr. W. N. L. and Louisa J. Crocker, was born April 22d, 1832, and died March 1st 1872 in Marshallville, Ga. A wife and two children survive.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

J. Wesley Bigby died in Abbeville county, S. C., April 12th 1872. He joined the church in a camp-meeting in Anderson county about 1861. J. W. Murray
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Ezekiel R. Hamil was born Sept. 17th 1817 in Wilkes county, Ga., and died in Barnesville, Ga., Feb. 28th 1872. He removed to Pike County with his father when a child; has lived in the community ever since. Married three times.. in 1870 joined the Baptist Church. Mrs. Hamil has long been a Methodist and is the daughter of the late Rev. Cassius Tinsley, formerly of Augusta, Ga.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 1, 1872

Mr. Jacob R. Brooks was born in Wilkes county, Georgia, May 10th 1787, and died March 22nd 1872, at the residence of his son, W. L. Brooks in Walker county, Georgia, from the infirmities of old age. He was a regular soldier in the U. S. Army five years, in the war of 1812. He represented DeKalb and Cobb counties, Georgia, in the legislature. He raised seven sons and five daughters, seven of whom and a wife, went to the grave before him.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

Stephen Pace died at his residence at Creek Stand, Macon county, Ala., April 14th 1872. Brother Pace was born in Edgefield District, South Carolina, July 11th 1802. his father removed to Putnam county, Ga., when he was a child. In 1828, brother Pace moved to Harris county, Ga., where he remained until 1854, when he removed to the place where he died. John Crowell
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

A. M. Danielly, who departed this life at Hickory Grove, March 31st 1872, was born in Monroe county, Ga., July 26th 1831; was married to Miss M. E. Blasingame in the year 1851.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

John C. Waters, Esq., died at his residence near Cokesbury, S. C., on 17th April 1872 in the 76th year of his age. He was born in the State of Maryland, but came to this country with his parents while yet a boy. L. Wood
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

Mrs. Malissa McCoy, widow of the late Hugh McCoy, died in Opelika, Ala., at the residence of her son, Dr. A. W. McCoy, 20th March 1872, aged 80 years. She was a native of North Carolina. After her marriage, she and her husband came to Alabama and settled in Russell county near Dover. From there they moved to Salem, where her husband died. C. B. Hurt
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

Wm. Montgomery was born in Jackson county, Ga., on 20th December 1808 and died in Talladega county, Ala., on 11th March 1872. Brother Montgomery came to this county in 1835; he joined the Presbyterian church when a young man. J. E. Groce
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

Sister Francis K. Friday, wife of Thomas W. Friday, was born June 11th 1828, and departed this life April 12th 1872. She has left a husband and six children. The Church upon the Fairfield circuit has lost one of its best members. J. L. Shuford
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

Brother James R. Murray died at St. John's Berkeley, April 16th 1872. He left a wife and three children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 8, 1872

Robert Harley was born in Colleton county, S. C., August 14th 1811, and died in a few miles of his birth-place, April 6th 1872. The deceased had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at Zion Church, lower St. George circuit, for many years.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 15, 1872

Florence J. C. Leitner, only daughter of John D. and Mary A. Leitner, was born March 8th 1870, in Marion county, Florida, and died Feb. 28th 1872. Christian Neighbor please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 15, 1872

Mrs. Henrietta G. Morgan of Savannah died in Effingham county, Ga., March 23d 1872, in the 44th year of her age. Her maiden name was Warren. She was born in Effingham county in 1828-- was married to Mr. Simeon Blitch in her 20th year; left a widow with six small children during the first of the war. Remaining a widow two years, she was again married to my brother, Mr. H. J. Morgan on the 30th of January 1864. J. J. Morgan
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 15, 1872

Irwin H. Woodward was born in Hancock county, Ga., on 30th of July 1809. When a youth he moved with his father's family to Monroe county in 1822. Oren Woodward, his father, the Rev. Osburn Rogers, and Edmond Jackson, all members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, built the church known as Roger's church in Monroe county. He had married Miss Martha Lockett, who was the mother of all his children. A few years after his marriage he removed to Culloden, where she died. He married Mrs. E. Gates of Meriwether county, where he lived and died on the 23d day of January last.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 15, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth Dickens was born in North Carolina, January 24th 1783. When a child her parents removed to South Carolina, where she was married, more than sixty years ago. She then came to Wilkes county, Ga., where she died March 9, 1872. P. M. Ryburn
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 22, 1872

William H. Ezell died at his residence in Lee county, Ala., April 20th 1872, in the 68th year of his age. Georgia was his native State. He was converted in his 29th year at a campmeeting in Monroe county, Ga. In 1847, he was united in marriage to Miss Rebecca J. Saunders, only sister of Rev. R. M. Saunders, of Norfolk, Va. S. C. Pope
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 22, 1872

Charles Powell was born in Laurens county, January 27th 1810 and died at his residence in Dooly county, February 14th 1872. He was a son of James Powell, who emigrated to this county among the first settlers.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 22, 1872

Miss Matt Wagner, our faithful co-laborer in the Sabbath-school has died. Mrs. A. M. Speer
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 29, 1872

Mrs. Sallie A. Neill, consort of Wm. W. Neill, died in Laurens, S. C., her native county and state, April 19th 1872, in the thirtieth year of her age. W. Bowman
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 29, 1872

Mrs. Martha H. Bailey, widow of Charles C. Bailey of Troup county, Ga., died on the 16th April 1872, aged 87 years, 3 months and 18 days. Her maiden name was Rowland, and she was a native of Franklin county, Va., where she was raised. She and her husband came to Georgia in 1827. Thos J. Williamson
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 29, 1872

John King was born Nov. 4th 1840 and died April 24th 1872. The thirty one years and a few months of his life were spent in Green county, Ga., except the time he was in the army. M. W. Lewis, Jr.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of May 29, 1872

Mrs. Cornelia A. Nash, relict of Lorenzo D. Nash and daughter of Elisha and Maria L. Tarver, was born in Jones county, Georgia, October 5th 1824 and died at the residence of her sister, Mrs. James S. Moore, near Dover, Lee county, Ala., April 5th 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

In Ellaville, Schley county, Ga., on the morning of the 21st of May, Mary Eliza, infant daughter of Rev. John M. and Mrs. A. M. Marshall, aged 13 months.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth Mickler, wife of Peter T. Mickler of Suwannee county Fla., and daughter of Rev. Henry and Elizabeth Saxon, was born in Leon county, Fla., November 18th 1841 and died near Welborn, Fla., May 19th 1872. On the 27th October 1859 she was married to Mr. Mickler, who was then living near Lake City. Thomas A. Carruth
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Mrs. Nancy Decker died in Columbus, Ga., April 25th 1872, in the 69th year of her life. The subject of this notice was a native of South Carolina, from which state her parents removed to Elbert county, Ga., in her early life.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Mrs. Catherine Hanson, daughter of Hugh and Margaret McCollum, was born in North Carolina, May 14th 1802 and died in Monroe county,k Ga., April 26th 1872. Her parents moved to Georgia when she was a child. From 1818 to 1822 she made her home with the family of Rev. Micajah Thomas of Hancock county, Ga. At the age of twenty two years she married the Rev. Mr. Brewer, a local minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church. After fourteen years she was left a widow with four dependent children. After living a widow for twenty two years, she married Mr. Enoch Hanson, of Monroe county, Ga. J. J. Singleton
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Mrs. M. A. Davis was born in Eatonton, Ga., February 28th 1827 and died in the same place, March 7th 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Bro. William E. Potts died of cancer in Monroe county, Ga., May 9th 1872, in the 83d year of his age. He was born in Oglethorpe county, Ga., May 2d 1790. In 1808 his father moved to Jasper county, Ga. On October 8th 1816 he was married to Miss Sarah Wilson. He has left an aged companion and a family of children and grand-children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Gilbert Wilson died in Harrison county, Texas, on April 25th 1872. He was born in Henry county, May 31st 1799. his parents moved t Athens, Georgia, in 1809, and subsequently died there. He settled in Madison, Georgia, in 1818. In 1829 he was married to Mary Clark, daughter of William Clark of Clarke county, Georgia, who still lives. He leaves a wife and five children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Rev. David L. Slatton died in Dadeville, Ala., March 10th 1872, in his 54th year (just seven days after the death of his brother, Elisha Slayton [sic]). he has left a wife, a youthful son and daughter. Nashville Christian Advocate and Tallapoosa News will please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 5, 1872

Mrs. Nancy A. J. Evans died in Jeffersonville, Twiggs county, Ga., March 17th 1872, in the 30th year of her age. She left a husband and five little children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 12, 1872

In Marion county, S. C., May 28th 1872, Kittie McClausen, infant daughter of Lemuel and Elizabeth A. Thompson.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 12, 1872

Mrs. Hannah Thompson died in Augusta, Ga., May 18th 1872, aged 83 years, lacking 10 days. She was the consort of William Thompson, who died some three years ago. He fell a victim to yellow fever in this city in 1829. C. W. Key
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 12, 1872

Col. David Shuler died at his residence in St. Matthews, S. C., on the 27th of April, in the 78th year of his age. My father was a professor of religion previous to my earliest recollection, some fifty years. My father leaves a widow and five daughters, one son, and many grand-children. W. M. S.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 12, 1872

Mrs. Anna J. Dukes, wife of R. N. Dukes and daughter of Miles M. Johnson, was born in Darlington district, S. C., Feb. 27th 1878, and died near Marrs Bluff, May 13th 1872. A. J. Stafford
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 12, 1872

Matilda Moore, daughter of David and Rachel John, and wife of R. A. Moore, was born in Chesterfield district, S. C., 10th Sept. 1840, and died on 4th April 1872. She leaves four children and a loving husband. T. N. Shelton
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 12, 1872

Mrs. Margaret Tankersley, our dear mother, died at her residence in Columbia county, Ga., May 11th 1872, aged 87 years. Seven children and a great many grand-children and great grand-children survive. A. B. T.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 19, 1872

Among the losses sustained by Trinity Church, Charleston, S. C., during the present year, is Mrs. Ann M. Nelson, wife of Samuel A. Nelson, who died 13th of May, aged forty-nine years, eight months and three days. Whitefoord Smith
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 19, 1872

Mrs. Celestia A. Davis was born in Athens, Ga., Mar. 19, 1828, and died in Griffin, Ga., May 31, 1872. She was twice married: first, to Mr. George S. Alexander of Kingston, Ga.; subsequently to Colonel Calin Davis of Jefferson county, Fla. W. A. Rogers
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 26, 1872

At Hackensack, N. J., June 20th 1872, Mary Elizabeth Heath, third child of Dr. M. W. and Sarah R. Heath, and grand-child of J. M. and S. A. E. Gamewell, aged two years, seven months and fifteen days. Christian Neighbor please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 26, 1872

The Rev. Francis Cook was born in Kershaw district, S. C., Feb. 17th 1798. His father, Wm. Cook, was a native of Virginia, but afterward removed to Anson county, N. C., and thence to Kershaw district. Francis was only a boy of ten years old when in the house of my grand-father, the Rev. Isaac Smith, in Camden. He died on May 10th 1872. He left a family of seven children. G. G. Smith
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 26, 1872

Died in Forsyth, Ga., June 6th 1872, Josephine Virginia Lewis Barnes, wife of the writer and daughter of Philip and Eliza Lampkin. She was in her 34th year. She leaves a husband, a little boy and a little girl. F. N. Barnes
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 26, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Ellerbe, the last survivor of a large family, died at her home near Cheraw, Chesterfield district, S. C., on 7th May 1872, in her 79th year. Her first marriage was with Col. Boggan Cash, then to Mr. James Ellerbe. Her only child, Col. E. Boggan C. Cash, lives, an influential citizen of his native district.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of June 26, 1872

William Charles Luckey was born near Bishopville, Sumter county, S. C., 14th Dec. 1843 and died at the same place, April 14th 1872. Samuel A. Weber.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 3, 1872

Sister Susan Anderson died in Brunswick, Ga., on 2d of June 1872, aged seventy-two years. At the early age of five years she was left a lonely orphan. J. O. A. Cook
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 3, 1872

My mother, Mrs. Harriet Delespine Munro, was born in Charleston, S. C., January 17th 1784, and died at my home in Marion county, Ga., April 20th 1872. Her father was Joseph Delespine, a French surgeon, who came with the Squadrone under County D'Estaing in the time of the Revolution. He remained in Charleston three years after the birth of my mother, and moved to Norfolk, Virginia. From thence to New York city, where he remained several years and then made a visit to his parents who lived previous to the insurrection at Cape Francois, on the Island of St. Domingo. During his absence her mother accompanied her brother, John Russel, to Nassau, New Province, and was met by her husband on his return from St. Domingo. The family remained at Nassau till 1790, and moved to St. Salvador, where her father died. In the year 1795 she was sent to New York to be educated and married Edward Munro in the year 1797. With her husband she remained on St. Salvador till 1812, and moved to Daufuskie Island and remained till 1825. During the time she lost four children. From Daufuskie island with her husband and six children, she moved to Twiggs county; remained seven years and moved to Dooly county where her husband died in 1835. Geo. W. C. Munro
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 3, 1872

Benjamin C. Cox died in Bryan county, Ga., March 27, 1872, aged seventy-three years, seven months and eight days. He was born in Effingham county, August 19, 1798. His parents moved to Bryan county when he was a boy. On 27th of March 1872, he died. W. M. C. Conley
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 3, 1872

Mrs. M. E. Avinger, wife of brother Augustus J. Avinger, was born February 25, 1829, and died June 3, 1872. She was a daughter of Colonel David Shuler, of Providence circuit, S. C. Conference. (whose obituary was published in the Advocate of June 12th).
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 3, 1872

Mrs. A. R. Brown, wife of Rev. L. J. Brown, died at her residence in Hernando county, Fla., on 14th May 1872, aged 43 years and six months. E. H. Giles
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 3, 1872

Mrs. Margaret L. McCormick died in Brooks county, Ga., May 5, 1872, in the twenty-eighth year of her age. She was the daughter of brother Z. Price-- was born in Oxford, Ga., and was known by the name of Mittie. When about ten years of age, she removed with her father to Micanopy, Fla. About four years ago she was married to Mr. Samuel McCormick. She leaves a little daughter about one month old. John C. Ley
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 10, 1872

James M. Gumm was born in Baldwin county, Georgia, 11th December 1809... died the second day of this month in Baldwin county. A. J. Butts
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 10, 1872

Arnold J. Harvey was born July 9th 1804 in St. Johns' Berkley, Charleston county, S. C., and died of measles at Bonneau's Depot, in the same county, May 16th 1872. A. G. Gantt
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 10, 1872

John W. A. Grovenstine, son of Capt. John L. and Henrietta W. Grovenstine, died in St. Mary's, Ga., May 15th 1872, lacking eleven days of being 14 years old.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 10, 1872

Mrs. Ann J. Powell, consort of Wm. S. Powell and daughter of Richard and Susan H. Dozier, deceased, was born in Talbot county, Ga., and died at Clopton, Ala., June 4th 1872. She leaves a husband and six children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 10, 1872

Henry G. Slappy was born in Edgefield district, S. C., Oct. 23d 1816, was married in Fort Valley, Houston county, Ga., June 24th 1838 to Miss Ann M. Kaigler. There he lived for a number of years-- moved thence to Mobile, where he lived for several years. During the war he and family came to Macon, Ga., and two years ago came to Augusta, Ga., where he died May 22d, 1872. H. H. Parks
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 10, 1872

Maggie Ann Shelverton, daughter of Henry G. and Ann M. Slappey, was born in Fort Valley, Ga., Nov. 8th 1840, was married to Mr. Alfred Shelverton, Augusta, Ga., Sept. 7th 1870, and died in that city, 14th of May 1872, leaving a girl a few weeks old. H. H Parks
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 17, 1872

At Marietta, Ga., June 28th, Bessie Sawrie, infant daughter of Rev. W. F. and L. A. Cook, aged 10 months
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 17, 1872

A. S. C. Herrin was born March 14th 1830, and died June 5th 1872, at Camp Hill, Tallapoosa county, Ala.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 17, 1872

My Grandmother, Mrs. Winfield Lane Rogers, was born in Wake county, N. C., in 1780, and died on 9th May 1872, at the residence of her daughter, Mr. L. H. Kendell, Upson county, Ga. She was left a widow near Athens, Ga., with eight little children. Her youngest son being a Judge of the Supreme Court in Texas, and a Major-general in the late war. Her uncle, Joseph Lane, presented the site of Raleigh, N. C., to the State, and assisted greatly in laying out the city. Gov. David Swain of Chapel Hill, N. C., was a nephew of hers. Another nephew, Gen. Joseph Lane (at one time Governor of Oregon) was a candidate for the Presidency of the Confederate states. Judge Colquitt married her niece, and one of her sisters married a son of Nancy Hart, a famous heroine of the Revolution. She has left a long line of descendants to mourn her loss, four children, fifty grandchildren, over forty great grandchildren, and several great great grandchildren. Loula K. Rogers
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 17, 1872

Alexander Saunders departed this life on the 8th inst., in Key West. He was a native of Harbor Island, one of the Bahamas; but came to Key West when a boy. In 1850 he was married to Miss Blanca Kemp. A. A. Robinson
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 17, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth Ledbetter died in Montgomery county, N. C., on May 11th 1872, aged 76 years, 7 months, and 21 days. She was left a widow at the age of thirty-four with six small children. T. A. Boon
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 17, 1872

Mrs. Phoebe Wambersin Douglass died at the residence of Dr. P. W. Douglas, in Dublin, Laurens county, Ga., June 3d, 1872, in the 64th year of her age. Her maiden name was Charlton. She was born and brought up in and near Washington, Georgia. She was the wife of the late Rev. Tilman Douglas, M. D., who was a member of the Georgia Conference. H. E. Ellis
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 17, 1872

Sister Nancy Harvey departed this life at the residence of her son, Thomas Harvey, in Buena Vista, Ga., May 16th 1872. She was born January 11th 1792. For some forty-five years she was a member of the Baptist Church.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 24, 1872

Mrs. Julia Baxter, late widow of the Hon. Eli H. Baxter, died in Houston, Texas, at the house of her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Connell, on the 10th February 1872, in the seventy second year of her age. Mrs. Baxter was a native of Hancock county, Georgia, the daughter of Mr. Obediah Richardson, where she was married to Eli H. Baxter in 1819. In 1867 Mrs. Baxter removed to Houston with her daughter Elizabeth, son Eli, and lived with her married daughter Mrs. Connell, where in 1868 she lost her son Eli. B. T. Kavanaugh
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 24, 1872

My mother-in-law, Mrs. Ellen Perry, widow of the late doctor James Perry, of Tattnall county, died at the residence of a son-in-law, Dr. Wm. R. Irwin, of Grooverville, Ga., on Sunday the 3d inst. She was over eighty years old. H. W. Sharpe
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 24, 1872

Mrs. Mary A. Barnett, daughter of Simeon and Martha Perry, was born Sept. 2d 1828, married to Mr. James Barnett, Oct. 1857, and died in Auburn, Ala., June 1st 1872. She was bereaved of her husband in a storm in December 1864, leaving two young children.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 24, 1872

William A. Adams was born the 12th Jan. 1826, married Miss Georgia Tucker on 5th of May 1850 and died at Newnan, Ga., 8th June 1872. The deceased was reared, educated, and spent the greater portion of his life in Greenville, Meriwether county, Ga.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 24, 1872

Mrs. Martha Russell, consort of William W. Russell, died at her residence in Key West, Fla., on the 23d June. She was born and reared on one of the Bahama Islands. Chas. A. Fulwood
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 24, 1872

Brother Levi Turnipseed of Bear Creek, Henry county, Georgia, was thrown from his wagon on 10th of June last... died on 26th of June. He was born in Richland district, South Carolina, in 1811. He leaves a wife and five children. John H. Harris
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 31, 1872

William Henry Thornton, son of Anthony R. and Susan A. Thornton, died from a wound received at the hand of an assassin, April 14, 1872, near Chehaw, Ala., aged seventeen years and twenty-four days.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of July 31, 1872

Lewis Hutto was born in Orangeburg county, S. C., October 2d, 1824, and died in Charleston county, S. C., July 3d, 1872. He was a brother of the Rev. Wm. Hutto of the South Carolina Conference.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 7, 1872

Albert T. Speissegger died at Charleston, S. C., June 3d 1872, aged 34 years, 10 months and 18 days. He has left a wife and three young children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 7, 1872

Mrs. Levada L. Weaver, daughter of brother George Wise, of Union county, Ga., died on 23d June 1872, being 24 years of age. Her first husband died during the war. Her second husband, a foreigner, deserted her, leaving her with an infant, only nine months old. Marion H. Eakes
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 14, 1872

Near Mickosukie, Leon county, Fla., on July 20th, John, aged two years and six months. On August 3d, Susan, aged ten months, children of John A. and Annie E. Cromartie.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 14, 1872

Miss Eliva Evans, daughter of the late John Evans of Providence, in Orangeburg county, S. C., was born December 5, 1809 and died June 29, 1872. H. A. C. Walker
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 14, 1872

Lewis Payne (my father) was born in Rockingham county, North Carolina, and died in Blount county, Ala., May 17, 1872, in his eighty-second year. While yet a child, his father moved to South Carolina, where he was brought up. He was married in Pendleton district, and soon after moved to East Tennessee. He has, since my mother's death, made his home mainly among his children, and for the last eight years with his youngest son, Rev. A. P. Payne, in Blount county, Ala. L. B. Payne
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 14, 1872

Sister Mary Dempsey, wife of Lazarus Dempsey, was born Feb. 23d, 1795, and died May 13th 1872, in her 78th year. She was the mother of eleven children, among the number left behind is our beloved brother, Rev. A. G. Dempsey, one of the most successful local preachers in North Georgia. W. R. Bell
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 14, 1872

Louisa Jane, consort of A. B. Tankersley and daughter of Mr. Milton and Mrs. Jane Paschal, was born in Lincoln county, Ga., June 6, 1836, and died in Columbia county, Ga., July 14, 1872. We were married August 26, 1852. A. B. T.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 14, 1872

Rebecca Ansley, wife of Rev. A. Ansley and daughter of Moses and Mary Wade, died July 19th, at her residence in Sumter county, GA., in the 67th year of her age. Y. H. Stewart
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 21, 1872

In Cheraw, S. C., Aug 9th, Ella Jane, infant daughter of Wm. A. and Ada M. Liles--aged 6 months and 21 days.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 21, 1872

Mr. Eble L. Funderburk died at his residence in Decatur county, Ga., July 15th 1872, in the seventy-first year of his age. He was a native of South Carolina, but moved to Monroe, N. C., in 1858, from thence to Ga., in 1870.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 28, 1872

Ada, only daughter of B. W. and Martha C. Williams, was born March 4th 1859 and died near Trinity, Meriwether county, Ga., July 9th 1872. A. M. Thigpen
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 28, 1872

Many hearts were made sad in the town of Union, S. C., by news from Texas, of the death of Capt. B. A. Jeter. Died on 29th June. C. Thomason
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 28, 1872

Col. John McKenzie died near Tallassee, Tallapoosa county, Ala., on May 31st 1872, aged seventy years. He was born near Camden, S. C., March 3d, 1802. He was married November 21st 1826 to a daughter of Peter L. Robeson, of Chesterfield district. He was Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas and Commissioner in Equity for Lancaster District. In 1836 he moved to Alabama.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of August 28, 1872

Mrs. Virginia E. Armstrong, wife of Rev. T. K. Armstrong of the Alabama Conference, and daughter of Simeon and Martha Perry, was born Sept. 21st 1844 and died at the residence of her father in Auburn, July 2, 1872. Wm. A. McCarty
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 4, 1872

Of Cholera Infantum, on 19th Aug., Fannie Ellen, infant daughter of Dr. F. R. and Mrs. A. E. Calhoun, of Euharlee, Ga., aged four months and two days.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 4, 1872

Brother Andrew Shearer was born Dec. 2d 1790, and died Aug. 11th 1872. In 1826 he was married to Miss Galatin Geer. He reared a large family of children. W. A. Hodges
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 4, 1872

Miss Nebraska B. Richardson, daughter of Dr. Wm. B. and Mrs. S. A. Richardson, died in Smithville, Lee county, Georgia, 17th August, aged 15 years and 8 months.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 4, 1872

Sister Elizabeth McDerment was born 29th March 1810 and died 4th August 1872. She was married to her first husband, Wily J. Norton, 4 November 1834, and was left a widow, October 21st 1849. December 25th 1859 she married John C. McDerment, who passed away before her. E. D. Edwards. Nashville Advocate will please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 11, 1872

Elizabeth Stovall, daughter of Andrew and Mary Jeter, was born in Virginia, January 20th 1787, and died at the residence of her son-in-law, A. G. Butts, in Macon, Ga., August 17th 1872. When she was quite young her father moved to Georgia and settled in Hancock County, where she was married to George Stovall. In 1824 she moved with her husband to Macon. Richmond Advocate please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 11, 1872

Miss Jane Eliza Clark, daughter of James A. and Frances M. Clarke, of Elbert, Ga., died at her father's residence on the morning of the 3d of August 1872. A. G. Worley
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 18, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews died in Columbus, Ga., July 25th 1872, aged 61 years. She was a native of Rhea county, Tennessee, and moved to Columbus, in its early settlement. In 1828 she was married to Mr. Samuel R. Andrews.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 18, 1872

Mrs. Eugenia Irvin Talley was born in Orangeburg district, South Carolina, Sept. 25th 1792, and died July 29th 1872. She was married to Mr. George Barsh in 1810. He lived but a short time. In 1813 she was married to Rev. Wm. S. Talley of the S. C. Conference. He died in 1826. T. K. Armstrong
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 18, 1872

Rev. Isaac Pitts was born in Edgefield district, South Carolina in 1810 and died at his residence in Dooly county, Ga., 19th August. His parents removed to this state and settled in Jones county while he was a child. He was received into the Primitive Baptist Church, but was excluded from their communion on account of his more liberal views on the subject of missions.... D. Blalock. Christian Index please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 18, 1872

My mother, Mary McAfee, wife of Robert McAfee, deceased, formerly of Rutherfordton, N. C., departed this life 3d August, aged 88 years, 3 months and 23 days. Her remains were placed by the side of my father in the burying ground of the old homestead, known as the McAfee bridge plantation, on the Chattahoochee river. They moved to Georgia in 1831. My mother, who has made my house her home since 1857, was on a visit in company with her daughter Mrs. Gregory, to my brother Robert. L. A. McAffee. Rutherford papers please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Andrew Woods died at the residence of his father, S. A. Woods, in Darlington, S. C., August 7th 1872, aged 26 years and five days. A. J. Stafford
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Mrs. Julia E. Allen, consort of Rufus Allen and daughter of Col. A. W. Redding, died on 17th of July 1872, at the residence of the former in Stewart county, Georgia, in the 33d year of her age. C. A. Jones
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Frederick T. Capers Myers died in bounds of the Lower St. George circuit August 15th 1872, aged 45 years. He has left a wife and seven children. A. R. Danner
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Sister R. A. Wells, wife of the Rev. J. J. Wells, was born in North Carolina, April 10, 1808 and died in Hillsboro co., Fla., July 15, 1872. E. H. Giles
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Mrs. Adelaide Burn was born in Charleston, S. C., and died on the 12th of July 1872, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. John Bradley, St. John's Berkley, aged about 76 years. She first married Mr. McGregor, after whose death she married Captain Burn, of Charleston, S. C. A. G. Gantt
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Mrs. Margaret A. Dent was born in Charles county, Md., August 16th 1798, was married to John T. Dent March 26th 1815, jointed the Methodist Episcopal Church at New Hope, Lincoln county, Ga. She died August 20th 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Wm. Eli Hendry died near Deadman's Bay, Fla., July 28th 1872, in his 28th year. He leaves a wife and little daughter.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of September 25, 1872

Samuel S. Bell died in the bounds of Lower St. George circuit, South Carolina, aged 62 years. He has left a wife and several children. A. B. Danner
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 2, 1872

George Dawson, infant son of Dr. W. A. and Sallie E. Russell, died in Tuskegee, Ala., August 31st, aged 1 year, 4 months and 6 days.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 2, 1872

Cinther Mary Jane Register was born April 19th 1840, and died at her mother's house in Darlington county, S. C., July 15th 1872. She leaves an aged mother, a husband and three small children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 2, 1872

Mrs. Sarah A. Reed, wife of John M. C. Reed, residing near Atlanta, Ga., was born in Upson county, December 12th 1832, and died September 4th 1872.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 2, 1872

Emma M. Phillips died August 22, 1872. E. A. Austin
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 9, 1872

Rev. John M. Richardson was born August 30th [year not given] in Rutherford county, North Carolina and died at his residence near Dalton, Ga., on the 21st of Sept. 1872. He was a brother of the Rev. Alfred Richardson, who died a member of the South Carolina Conference many years ago. Levi Brotherton
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 9, 1872

Mrs. Indianna Cotton, daughter of W. W. and H. E. Carlisle, was born Aug. 14th 1845, and died Aug. 2d 1872. She was married to Wm. Hardentt in 1860 who died about one year after their marriage. She was afterward married to P. G. Cotton in 1864, and was a step-mother above reproach. W. M. Crumley
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 9, 1872

Sister Phebe Ellis was born Jan. 7th 1793 in Pickens district, S. C., and died in Bartow county, Ga., July 17th 1872. She was the relict of the late Rev. Stephen Ellis. She married July 11th 1813. She was the mother of a large family of children. John A. Reynolds
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 9, 1872

Mrs. Nancy A. Langford was born in Putnam county, Ga., Oct. 20th 1803, and died in Lee county, Ala., Sept. 8th 1872. Within a few years she had suffered the loss of her husband, several children and most of her property.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 16, 1872

Jesse T., infant son of J. O. A. and Anna M. Houser, died in Houston county, Ga., July 6th 1872, aged five months.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 16, 1872

Mrs. M. J. Mallory, wife of R. W. Mallory, died in Troup county, Ga., Aug. 20th 1872, aged about forty-nine years. Her maiden name was Hogue; one of her brothers, Rev. Robt. J. Hogue, is a Baptist minister among the Choctaw Indians.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 16, 1872

Persons Bass was born 9th April 1786 and died 23d of Sept 1872. He was born in North Carolina, but raised from a child in Warren county, Ga. W. C. Dunlap
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 16, 1872

Mrs. A. E. Pressley, daughter of J. N. and Mrs. Ellen Latimer, was born April 8th 1851, and died in Abbeville county, S. C., Sept. 3d 1872. She was married to W. c. Pressley, Oct. 19th 1869. A. J. Cauthen
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 16, 1872

Miss Mary M. McEwen, daughter of A. D. and Rhoda McEwen, was born Oct. 22d, 1844, and died in Douglas county, Ga., July 16th 1872.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 16, 1872

Rev. A. McCorkle was born June 16th 1796 and died at his residence in Lincoln county, Ga., Aug. 29th 1872. He was a soldier in the war of 1812. A. McCorkle
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 16, 1872

John B. Lindley died at his home in Cobb county, Georgia, Sept. 21st 1872. As a soldier in the Mexican war, and an officer in the "lost cause." He left a widow and only child. J. F. Cotter
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 23, 1872

On August 16th 1872, little Ruth, infant daughter of R. W. and Jane A. Gable, aged 1 year, 10 months and 14 days.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 23, 1872

Mrs. Frances Jones departed this life in Russell county ,Ala., on the 30th of July 1872, aged seventy years. For her support she had been dependent upon the efforts of a widowed daughter, that daughter an invalid with two children. Chas. A. Peabody
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 23, 1872

Robert Edwin, son of James and M. J. Bruce, was born in Fleming county, Kentucky, July 6th 1850, and died in Abbeville county, South Carolina, September 2, 1872. A. J. Cauthen
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 23, 1872

Col. J. T. Montgomery was born in Georgia in 1819 and died in Marshall, Texas in August 1872, aged about fifty-three years. He was the son of J. M. C. and Nancy F. Montgomery, the former was long connected with the United States Government as Agent for the Cherokee Nation. The father of Joseph was a strict member of the Presbyterian Church and his mother was a Methodist.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 23, 1872

Miss Malissa A. C. Webster died in Chester county, S. C., September 2d 1872. J. M. Boyd
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 23, 1872

Mrs. E. A. Reeves, daughter of the late U. T. and Amelia L. Lockett, of Culloden, Georgia, and wife of Wm. Reeves, died in Griffin, Ga., September 27th. She had just passed the thirty-first year of her life.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 23, 1872

Catherine Elizabeth, daughter of Columbus and Mary L. Nelson, was born January 23d 1861, and died in Camden, S. C., September 3d, 1872. A. J. Stokes
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 30, 1872

Sister Mary Jones died Sept. 20th at the residence of her son-in-law in Morgan county, Ga., aged 75 years. A. W. Rowland
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 30, 1872

Sister Nancy E. O'Pry was born in Jones county, Ga., Nov. 29th 1810 and died Sept. 14th 1872, at the residence of her son-in-law, brother D. H. Riley in Houston county, Ga. She leaves a brother, Rev. A. A. Robison, preaching at Key West, Florida, and another brother, W. H. Robison, of Oglethorpe, Georgia, with several children. A. J. Dean
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 30, 1872

Mrs. M. A. Croft, consort of Mr. Alston Croft, died in Georgetown, S. C., Sept. 7th 1872, in the 61st year of her age. She was the daughter of Capt. Charles LeHue, who for many years was engaged in the coast trade between Georgetown and Charleston. In early life the daughter-- Mary Anna-- was placed in the family of a Mr. Walker, of Charleston. Wm. C. Power
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 30, 1872

Miss Alice A. Featherstone was born Sept. 9th 1847 and died at Anderson, S. C., Aug. 24th 1872. E. L. Harper
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of October 30, 1872

Mrs. Catharine A. Wade died in Lee county ,Ala., July 25th 1872. She was in her seventieth year.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 6, 1872

Rev. Benjamin C. Franklin was born on the 21st of January 1830 in Glynn county, Ga., and died in Brunswick, Ga., on the 7th October 1872. J. O. A. Cook
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 6, 1872

Leonora S. McLeod, wife of D. O. McLeod, and daughter of the Rev. Smith and sister A. H. Davenport, was born in Ga., June 20th 1852 and died in Hamilton county, Fla., Sept. 20th 1872. She was the wife of a year, having died on the anniversary of her marriage. Jas. P. DePass
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 6, 1872

Col. A. J. Liles was born March 13th 1830 in Wayne county,Ga., and died in Valdosta, Ga., September 11th 1874. He married first Miss Carroll of Milltown, Ga., she lived a few years and died leaving one song. His second wife was Miss Lou Ellis, daughter of Dr. Ellis, of Troupville, Lowndes county, Ga. He left a wife and a son by his first wife. W. M. Kennedy
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 6, 1872

Mrs. Mary P. Adair was born in Union District, South Carolina, 11th October 1813, and died 19th September 1872, having nearly completed her 59th year. She belonged to the Rochett family, consisting of three sisters and an only brother, all of whom have preceded her to the spirit land. Mrs. Tripp of Midway, Ga., was the oldest of the three sisters. The youngest of the three sisters was my former wife, the wife of my youth, long since dead by not forgotten. In the year 1831 the subject of this notice was married to Mr. John D. Adair of Gwinnette county, Ga. A. H. Mitchell
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 6, 1872

Mrs. Allurah C., wife of Mr. J. C. Bonds and daughter of Rev. Nathaniel C. and Mrs. Elizabeth W. Barber, was born Aug. 19th 1836... married nearly three years and left a devoted husband. died October 2d, 1872.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 6, 1872

Mrs. Fannie C. Hall, relict of brother Daniel Hall, the daughter of David and Jane McLaughlin, was born in Oglethorpe county, Ga., March 1800, was married to Daniel Hall in 1821 or 1822, and died at her residence in the same county October 18th 1872. She reared a family of ten children, five of whom with her husband, preceded her to the grave. H. H. Parks
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 6, 1872

Mrs. A. M. Clark, wife of Albert Clark of Marion county, Fla., was born in Charleston district, S. C., June 23d 1805 and died September 2d 1872. W. K. Turner
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 13, 1872

William Columbus Campbell died at Greenville, Meriwether county, Ga., 22d August 1872, in the 47th year of his age. he leaves a wife and three children, two sisters and two brothers.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 13, 1872

Samuel Neidlinger was born in Effingham county, Ga., January 30th 1793 and died September 12th 1872. He left a wife and three sons. Thos B. Lanier.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 13, 1872

Sister A. S. Key, wife of Wesley Key, and mother of Rev. B. S. Key of the South Georgia Conference, was born in Robinson county, N. C., January 10th 1825 and died October 1st 1872, in Emanuel county, Ga. C. A. Moore. Sandersville Herald please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 13, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Brazington was born in Williamsburg county, S. C., May 20th 1836. She was married to Mr. J. W. Brazington, March 24th 1857, was left a widow with four children September 1867 and died October 4th 1872. A. Nettles
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 13, 1872

Ann D. Hart, wife of Hamilton S. Hart was born October 1st 1815, and departed this life September 12th 1872, in Providence circuit, South Carolina Conference. She left a husband, one son and three daughters. T. J. Mellard
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 13, 1872

Rev. A. M. Corkle died at his residence in Lincoln county, 19th August 1872, in the seventy-fifth year of his age. Clay Hill.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 20, 1872

Mrs. Rebecca Jane Bevan was born in Florida, April 6, 1833, married to Richard J. Bevan, Dec. 25th 1863, and died Sept. 22d 1872. She leaves a husband and mother.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 20, 1872

Mrs. Isabella Elizabeth Tenhet, whose maiden name was Nesbitt, was a native of New castle-upon-Tyne, England, and was born in the year 1795. She arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, from Liverpool on the last day of the year 1814. In 1814 she was married to John Constable Tenhet. She was reared in the Church of England... died on the 17th September last. Whitefoord Smith
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 20, 1872

Tribute of Respect from Summerville circuit, North Georgia conference to Gideon P. Close, who was born in Jackson county, Georgia, March 26th 1834, married to Miss E. G. A. Morgan, Dec. 29th 1853.... left a widow and five children.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 27, 1872

Newton J. E. Smith, son of Doctor D. A. and Mrs. Martha O. A. Smith, of Butler, Ga., and a student in the State University, died in Athens, October 4th 1872, aged 16 years.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 27, 1872

Mrs. Emily A. Charlton, wife of John D. Charlton, died in Savannah, Ga., October 18th 1872, in the 41st year of his age. Geo. G. N. MacD.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 27, 1872

Mrs. Mary Lassere was born at Mole, St. Nicholas, St. Domingo, 20th September 1784 and died on the Ridge, near Darien, Ga., September 17th 1872. She emigrated to the United States about the year 1808, lived a short time in Savannah, subsequently in St. Mary's and from there she came to Danie. Was a member of the Roman Catholic Church from childhood till the 56th year of her life. E. J. Burch
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 27, 1872

Sister Ann Barr, consort of Walter Barr, Esq., was born in Lexington county, S. C., and died in Newberry, S. C., August 10th 1872, in the 82d year of her age. She was the youngest daughter of the oldest Methodist on the Lexington Circuit, and a father in the Church now in his 91st year.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 27, 1872

Lizzie A. Canaday, eldest child of Wm. T. and Mary Canaday, of St. George's circuit, S. C., died September 29th 1872 in the 12th year of her age.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of November 27, 1872

William James Calcutt died in Marion co., S. C., October 2d 1872, in the 27th year of his age. He leaves a wife and infant children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 4, 1872

Sister Mary V. Hardy, wife of Rev. W. Hardy, died in Henry co., Ga., Oct. 21st in her 69th year. She leaves five children and a husband. John H. Harris.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 4, 1872

Mrs. Abigail Arline, wife of Thos. P. Arline and daughter of Judge Alex. and Lucy Herrington, was born in Scriven county, Ga., March 23d 1834 and died at her mother's residence in Albany, Ga. She was educated in Macon, Ga., and on June 20th 1849 she married her surviving husband. She leaves a husband and two children.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 4, 1872

Brother Kinchen Holt died in Monroe county, Ga., November 3d 1872, lacking but a few months to complete his seventy-ninth year.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 4, 1872

Mrs. Sarah C. J. Linton, wife of Isaac M. Linton and daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Hiers, departed this life September 6th 1872 in the thirty-ninth year of her age. She was born, educated, converted, joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, married, lived, and died in Colleton county, S. C. She has left a husband and three children.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 11, 1872

Brother George F. Riley was born in Houston county ,Ga., July 11th 1859 and died Nov. 5th 1872. A. J. Dean
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 11, 1872

Mrs. Elizabeth Redfearn, relict of the late James Redfearn, died near White's Store, Anson county, N. C., on the 10th Nov., in the 66th year of her age. Her eldest son, James, was murdered in May 1872. She leaves three sons, six daughters and a number of grandchildren. M. V. Sherrill
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 11, 1872

My wife, Mrs. Eliza A. Broadfield, was born in Morgan county, Ga., June 24th 1814. She was the daughter of Dr. Burkett Dean and died at the residence of Dr. Wilson W. Barlow, near Americus, Ga., Oct. 27th 1872. Losing her mother when quite a child, she was taken by her aunt, Mrs. Allen, afterwards Mrs. Dr. Brown, of Milledgeville. She was married to James D. Jarratt and left a widow, and as the widow, married the Rev. Isaac Boring, of the Georgia Conference last of January 1842, and as the widow of Rev. Dr. Boring was married to the writer in Eatonton, 24th June 1852. J. M. Broadfield
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 11, 1872

Mrs. Isabella, wife of N. E. Sellers and daughter of Jacob and Mary Smilie, was born in Montgomery county, Ala., January 22d 1831, and died in the same county on 28th of Oct 1872. She has left a husband and ten children. W. F. Norton
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 11, 1872

Mrs. Leila Grimes, was born Dec. 24th 1851 and died at her fathers, Dr. A. Jernigan's, in Greene county, Oct. 4th 1872. J. L. Pierce
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 11, 1872

Mrs. A. D. Dickinson, widow of L. D. Dickinson, was born in Hancock county, Ga., and died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Martha Cobb, in Suwannee county, Fla., 6th October 1872. She had been a member of the Baptist Church about fifty years. W. P. Ocain. The Christian Index will please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 18, 1872

Mrs. Mary E. Chandler died on the 4th of November 1871 in Brunswick, Ga. She was born in Fayetteville, N. C. Her maiden name was Beville. She was married to George Chandler and removed to Brunswick, Ga., about for years ago. She leaves a husband and infant. J. O. A. Cook. North Carolina Advocate please copy.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 18, 1872

John C. Fudge was born Nov. 5, 1827, was married to Miss S. G. Fokes in 1853, and died at his residence in Liberty county, Ga., July 31st 1872. He leaves a widow and six children. W. M. Watts
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 18, 1872

John Dawkins was born in Washington county, Ga., in 1808, removed to Florida when quite a young man and died in Jefferson county, Fla., Oct. 23d, 1872. He leaves a wife, son and daughter. D. H. Bryan
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 18, 1872

Mr. Josiah Horton Gaulding was born in Monroe county, Ga., in 1826, and died 3d October 1830 [sic] in Pike county, Ga. He leaves a wife, seven children and many friends.
 

DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 25, 1872

David A. Walton was born Feb. 2d, 1829 and died in Monroe county, Ga., Oct. 13th 1872. J. J. Singleton
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 25, 1872

Mr. Jessee Wade died in Nov. 1872 at the residence of his son, Mr. A. P. Wade, near Blackshear, Pierce co., Ga., in his 79th year. The deceased was born in Green county, Georgia, on the 13th of May 1794.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 25, 1872

A. H. Stewart of Camden county, Georgia, departed this life Nov. 1st 1872, in his 64th year. He has left a wife and one son. J. L. Williams
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of December 25, 1872

A. H. Stewart of Camden county, Georgia, departed this life Nov. 1st 1872, in his 64th year. He has left a wife and one son. J. L. Williams
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 8, 1873

Mrs. Sarah A. E. Edwards died in Cartersville, Ga., December 8, 1872, in the 53d year of her age. Geo. R. Kramer
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 8, 1873

Mrs. Mary Koger, wife of Hon. Joseph Koger, and mother of Rev. T. J. Koger, formerly of the Alabama Conference, was born in Colleton District, S. C., May 24th 1790, and died at the house of her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Dixon, near Brooksville, Miss., Oct. 18th 1872. Her only son, at the time of his death, was a member of the Alabama Conference; two of her daughters married Methodist preachers. O. P. Thomas
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 8, 1873

Mrs. Louisia W. Telfair, daughter of the Rev. D. S. McBride, died at her residence in Quincy, Fla., November 22d, 1872. She was born in Georgia, Sept. 10th 1834, and was married to the late Dr. D. A. Telfair, May 5th 1852. H. E. Partridge
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 8, 1873

Dr. A. C. Ware died in LaGrange about the middle of October 1872. He was just in the meridian of life. W. M. Crumley
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 8, 1873

Mrs. Martha A. Newton, wife of Cornelius D. Newton and daughter of Barnabas and Jane Wallace, died Oct. 16th, in the 38th year of her age. She was born and brought up in Marlboro co., S. C. She leaves a husband and little daughter.
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DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES FROM THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1867-1878
Issue of January 15, 1873

Mrs. Martha Beckham, widow of James Beckham, Sr., deceased, died at her residence near Zebulon, Pike county, Ga., on Dec. 3, 1872. She was a daughter of Joseph Carson, was born in Wilkes or Washington County, Ga., Dec. 21st, 1791, was married to James Beckham at the home of her uncle, David Carson, in Baldwin County, June 27th 1811. J. J. Caldwell
 

 

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