Contributed by Susan
Description: Mortuary: Busch, Bailey, Henson, Casey, Cosgrove, Reneau, Ferguson, Carder, Garner, Mitchell, Mayes, Dodd, De Blanc.Date: September 10 1902
Newspaper published in: Dallas, TX
Mortuary: Busch, Bailey, Henson, Casey, Cosgrove, Reneau, Ferguson, Carder, Garner, Mitchell, Mayes, Dodd, De Blanc.
Busch Roanoke, Tex., Sep 6. Felix Busch, a prominent citizen, died here this afternoon.
Bailey McKinney, Tex., Sep 8. Lee Bailey, son of Mrs. Florence Bailey, of Walnut Grove, died last night.
Henson Hillsboro, Tex., Sep 7. Elzy Henson, son of E. H. Henson, is dead at Mertens after a month's illness with meningitis.
Casey Taylor, Tex., Sep 9. Patrick Casey, 72 years of age, one of the oldest settlers of Taylor, died yesterday at his home.
Cosgrove Corsicana, Tex., Sep 8. Mrs. J. E. Cosgrove died at her home here yesterday afternoon of inflammation of the stomach.
Reneau Greenville, Tex., Sep 9. Tom Reneau, a young grocery merchant of Floyd, died last night. Interment here this afternoon.
Ferguson Cleburne, Tex., Sep 7. George Ferguson died at his home in this city this morning at 9 o'clock, after a lingering illness.
Carder Hillsboro, Tex., Sep 8. James Carder, a pioneer citizen, is dead at 74 years of age. His remains were interred in Towash Cemetery.
Garner Dawson, Tex., Sep 7. Clay Garner, an old settler of Navarro County, who lived three miles north of this place, died suddenly about 7 o'clock this morning of apoplexy.
Mitchell Colorado, Tex., Sep 9. J. D. Mitchell, former foreman of the Square and Compass Ranch, died suddenly Monday at his ranch in Borden County from heart failure.
Mayes Hillsboro, Tex., Sep 8. John F. Mayes died at 1:50 this morning. He was sick three weeks with fever. He was the editor of the Hillsboro News and was formerly District Clerk.
Dodd Bonham, Tex., Sept. 7. Major E. H. Dodd died in this city early this morning and was buried this afternoon at Dodd City, his home. Major Dodd was one of the oldest pioneers of North Texas, coming to Texas in 1857 and settling where Dodd City now stands.
De Blanc Liberty, Tex., Sep 8. Simon De Blanc, aged 66 years, died at an early hour this morning after a lingering illness. Mr. De Blanc was a descendant of a distinguished French family and came to this part of Texas from Rapides Parish, La., at an early age. He was for a number of years Sheriff of Liberty County.