Death Notices from the Aughts

Samuel Tuthill Lazear died at Warwick, Saturday, aged 76 years. For a number of years he was engaged in the sash and blind business with Sylvester Case. (Port Jervis Tri-States Union, November 22, 1900)

McRILL—In West Wyoming, Nov. 30, 1900, Joseph McRill, aged 50 years, pleuro-pneumonia.  (Wilkes Barre Record, December 3, 1900)

James J. Reynolds died Tuesday morning. He has been troubled with heart disease for some time. The funeral will be held Friday at 1 o’clock at his late home. Interment at Pulteney. (Yates County Chronicle, October 22, 1902)

J.M. Rorick received the sad intelligence Thursday from Buffalo that his little grandson, Frank Rorick, was dead. (Adrian Daily Telegram, November 13, 1902)

RORICK—On Friday, January 23, 1903, at 3 o’clock p.m., Lucy A. Meriwether Rorick, wife of Dave Rorick, 5525 Chamberlain avenue. Buried at Shipman, Ill., January 25, 1903. (Saint Louis Republic, January 29, 1903)

Enos Walling Dead—Word was received in Boise yesterday that Enos Walling, formerly a resident of this place, had died in Woodburn, Ore., and that the body would arrive here this afternoon. The dead man was 52 years of age. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. (Idaho Statesman, November 3, 1908)

Wallace Bailey, the 12-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bailey, living north of Clarkston, was found dead by his sister. The lad was last seen playing in a small trench on the farm. A large portion of the bank had caved in, completely covering him. (Bessemer Herald, July 3, 1909)

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