McLennan County, Texas
February 1901


Waco Times-Herald
Friday February 1, 1901

 Dr S.G. Morse, aged physician, died yesterday at the residence of his son, Geo. M. Morse, 1808 North 6th. To Waco from Boonville, Ky. to live with his son, recently. Leaves aged wife and two sons, Geo. W. of Waco and Fred H. of Davenport, Iowa. Born Madison Co., N.Y. Oct. 5, 1828. In April 1855, married Miss Hattie Nelson Brooks. Funeral from the residence tomorrow.
Burial at Oakwood Cemetery.

Waco Times-Herald
Saturday February 2, 1901

 Alfred Cleveland, of 17 Webster, was killed by a woman near Gurley.  Negro. Lula Johnson was arrested.

Waco Times-Herald
Sunday February 3, 1901

Funeral for Dr. G. S. Morse was yesterday.  Details of his biography.


Waco Times-Herald
February 3, 1901

 Luke Blocker, negro, was killed yesterday by Israel James, negro bartender.  Age about 25.

Waco Times-Herald
Friday February 8, 1901

 Earl Givens, negro boy, was killed yesterday in an oil mill accident.  Fell about 25 feet.  Age about 18.

Waco Times-Herald
Tuesday February 12, 1901

 Funeral of H.B. Russell, who died Sunday is pending; probably Wednesday afternoon.  Sister from Illinois expected today. Will be buried at Oakwood Cemetery.

Waco Times-Herald
Wednesday February 13, 1901

Funeral for Henry M. Russell, late cashier of M.K. & T. freight office, is today from the Episcopal Church. Burial at Oakwood Cemetery. His sister, Mrs. Dr. E.J. Steiner, at Quincy, Illinois.

Waco Times-Herald
Saturday February 16, 1901

 Funeral of E.K. Evans, who died at College Heights yesterday, from the residence today.  Burial at Oakwood cemetery.


Waco Times-Herald
Tuesday February 19, 1901

 Mrs. Louisa K. Kellner died at the residence of her son, Eugene, at 15th & Vermont, yesterday. Remains shipped to LaGrange.

Waco Times-Herald
Wednesday February 20, 1901

Mrs. Louisa K. Kellner died at the residence of her son, Eugene, at 15th & Vermont, yesterday. Remains shipped to LaGrange.

Waco Times-Herald
Wednesday February 20, 1901

 Mrs. J.B. Wall, 72, died at the family residence yesterday.  Old resident of Waco. Funeral yesterday form the residence.  Burial at Oakwood Cemetery.

Waco Times-Herald
Wednesday February 20, 1901

 Mr. A. J. Anderson died near Hillsboro Monday in a railroad accident.  Remains were sent to West for burial. Wife and six children.

Waco Times-Herald
Friday February 22, 1901

 Ross Battle died at his residence on South 3rd near Webster, yesterday.  Son of Judge N. W. Battle at Seattle. Age 43. Unmarried.  Also survived by Hon. Edgar Battle, U. S. Consul at Apapulco; Mrs. L.W. Goodrich, sister; Tom Battle at Marlin.  K. of P. Funeral from the residence of R. B. Dickey today.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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