McLennan County, Texas
February 1906

FEBRUARY 01, 1906

The friends of  H. C. Harder sympathize with him in the loss of his sister who died at Groveton, Texas Friday night.

Waco Times-Herald
Wednesday February 6, 1901

 Emmet Luckett, 34, died at his residence, 704 South 9th, yesterday. Brother of Tom Luckett.
 Funeral today. Burial at Catholic Cemetery.

Waco Times-Herald
Wednesday February 21, 1906

 F.B. Williams, 54, died at his home in Provident Heights today. In real estate business.  Born Morgan Co., Ala., April 10, 1851.  Moved to Washington Co., Texas in 1860. To Waco in 1866. Married to Miss Talula Green in 1873.
One child, but the child died.  Leaves wife and two brothers: Clarence of China Spring and W. D. of Bosqueville, and a sister, Mrs. J. C. Roberts of Waco.  Funeral from the residence at 23 & Ethel tomorrow.

Waco Times-Herald
Sunday February 25, 1906

 Mrs. Alex Jackson, age 45, died at her home in College Heights yesterday. Funeral from the residence today.  Ship to Riesel for the burial.

Waco Times-Herald
Monday February 26, 1906

 W. I. Clawson, aged about 40, died today. Worked for the Flanagan Bros. Perhaps was from S. C.?

Waco Times-Herald
Wednesday February 28, 1906

 James Grim, pioneer resident of the city, died at his home, 23 & Barnard, today.  Was aged 85 last November.  Born in Virginia.  Married in the 1840's.  With wife and two sons to Waco in 1854. Sons deceased.  Wife survives.  Funeral tomorrow.

Waco Times Herald
Wednesday February 28, 1906

 James Wolfe, florist, aged 56, died today at his home on South 3rd. Children: Miss Annie, Mrs. Hannah Robinson, Thomas J. and Fred.  To Waco 15 years ago from India.  Was a railroad engineer there. Originally from Birmingham, England.
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