Obituaries State Dispatch Newspaper Published at Burlington  
Submitted by Lisa Kobrin

ALLEN, Willie
Aged 6 months
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wood ALLEN
Died Feb. 19, 1909
At the home of her parents near Elmira
Burial at Pine Hill
“the third time death has taken an infant from their home”
State Dispatch Feb. 24, 1909

ASKEW, Miss Savannah
Aged about 20 years
Died Jan. 4, 1909
Of consumption
She was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. R.J. ASKEW
Formerly of Burlington and for the past 2-3 years of White Oak at Greensboro
Member of Burlington Reformed Church
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch Jan. 13, 1909

BOON, Clarence
Aged 7 years
Son of Mr. Thomas BOON of east Burlington
Died Friday
Of pneumonia
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch Feb. 17, 1909

BROWN, Mrs. Peny Ellen
Aged 53 years
Died Dec. 28, 1908
At home on Kivett St., Burlington
Her little daughter and 2nd son were both at the point of death from measles
at the time
Member of Lowe’s Lutheran Church
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch Jan. 6, 1909

COOK, E.M.
Died recently
Tribute by Mr. J. R. IRELAND who served with him
in Co. E, 13th N.C. Regiment during the War
State Dispatch November 25, 1908

DAVIDSON, Mrs. Margaret WORKMAN
Aged 80 years
Mother of Mrs. Thomas H. STUART of Spencer
Died recently and was brought for burial at Cane Creek Cemetery on Jan. 24, 1909
“She was held in high esteem in her old community”
Survived by 2 other daughters, Mrs. SMITH and Miss Callie
State Dispatch Feb. 3, 1909

DENNY, George W.
Crushed to death recently by a large bank of dirt
While working on the new Burlington reservoir
DENNY moved here 1 month ago from near Roxboro
He was the brother-in-law of Mr. W.C. DAMERON of Burlington
Survived by a wife and 6 children
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch November 25, 1908

GREESON, John
Died recently
Near Mt. Hope Church
He was the younger brother of Henry GREESON of Burlington
Accidently shot himself while out hunting
Funeral at Mt. Hope Church
State Dispatch Jan. 13, 1909

HORNBUCKLE, Charles Frank
Aged 34 years, 4 months, 21 days
Died Mon. Dec. 28, 1908 at home on Logan Street, Burlington
With lung trouble
He was a lapsed member of the M. E. Church and was received into
the Reformed Church on the day before his death
Burial at Reidsville beside his mother
Survived by 3 brothers and 4 sisters
State Dispatch Jan. 6, 1909

ISELEY, Mr. Lacy
Aged 19 years
Died Monday Oct. 5, 1908
At home at Elon College
Member of the Jr. Order
Burial in the Elon Cemetery
State Dispatch Oct. 7, 1908

KERNODLE, Mrs. Sallie
Aged about 20 years
Died Jan. 10, 1909
Of lung trouble
At the home of her mother on Front St., Burlington
She married Mr. Harper KERNODLE on Aug. 30, 1907
and was a member of Front St. M.E. Church
State Dispatch Jan. 13, 1909

LOY, Joe Dean
Aged 10 months, 24 days
Son of Mr. & Mrs. John A. LOY
Died Nov. 8, 1908
At the home of his parents, Glen Wood farm, near Alamance Mills
Funeral at Mt. Hermon M. P. Church
State Dispatch Nov. 18, 1908

PETTY, Mr. T. F.
Aged 61 years
Died Dec. 29, 1908
Lived on Mendenhall Street
Member of the Christian Church in Burlington
Survived by a wife and 6 children
State Dispatch Jan. 6, 1909

RIPPEY, John W.
Aged 69 years
Died last Wednesday night
At home in Burlington
He was for years one of the best-known locomotive engineers on the N.C. Railroad
Suffered a stroke of paralysis 5 to 6 years ago
State Dispatch Jan. 6, 1909
(copied from the Greensboro Patriot)

RUSSELL, Henry Harvey
Aged 29 years, 9 months, 29 days (born Feb. 17, 1879)
Died Dec. 5, 1908
Of typhoid fever
Son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas RUSSELL
Married Miss Daisy WOODSON Nov. 20. 1902
Member of the Reformed Church
Survived by a wife, 2 children, father, mother, 3 brothers, 4 sisters
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch Dec. 9, 1908

RUSSELL, Lydia Hellen
Aged 16 months
Daughter of Mr. E.J. RUSSELL
Died Saturday night
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch Feb. 17, 1909

SCOTT, Mrs. Charles A. (Kate deROSSETT)
Died Wed. Feb. 10. 1909
She married Mr. Charles SCOTT on April 18, 1900 in Wilmington
The couple made their home in Graham
She was a communicant of the Episcopal Church
Survived by her husband, parents Col. & Mrs. W. L. deROSSETT of Wilmington,
6-year-old son William, 2 sisters and 1 brother
Burial at Linwood Cemetery, Graham, with infant daughter by her side
State Dispatch Feb. 17, 1909

VESTAL, Mrs. Polly
Aged 81 years, 5 months, 6 days
Died Jan. 14, 1909
At the home of her son-in-law Lafayette TERRELL on Dixie St., Burlington
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch Jan. 20, 1909

WALKER, Miss Laura Jane
Aged 51 years
Died Nov. 21, 1908
At the residence of her niece Miss Susie WALKER on Mebane St., Burlington
Burial at Wake Forest
State Dispatch Nov. 25, 1908

CABLE, Mr. Lacy
Aged 18 years 3 months 16 days
Died Friday night
At the home of his parents on Adams Ave.
He was the son of Mrs. James CABLE
Burial at Shallow Ford Christian Church
State Dispatch March 3, 1909

FAUCETTE, Mrs. G. W.
Aged 65 years
Died Sunday morning
After a long illness
Survived by a husband and 9 children
Burial at the Monroe Church Cemetery
From R.F.D. 2 News (north Alamance)
State Dispatch March 3, 1909

HOLT, Mrs. Lawrence S., Jr.
The former Elizabeth Spencer BILL
Died Thurs. March 4
At her residence on corner of Spring & Davis Streets, Burlington
She lost her parents early in life and resided at Spencer, VA
Until her marriage 3 years ago
Communicant of St. Athanasius Episcopal Church
Burial in the Episcopal churchyard
State Dispatch March 10, 1909

MEBANE, Miss Mattie
Aged 70 years
Of Greensboro
Died last Saturday morning
Of heart trouble
At the home of Mrs. Dr. Frank MEBANE in Mebane
She was the sister of Mr. J.H. MEBANE of Burlington
Taken to Greensboro for burial
State Dispatch March 10, 1909

FOGLEMAN, Miss Polly
Aged 82 years
Died Monday night
At the home of her brother Mr. Edmunds FOGLEMAN
A few miles east of Greensboro
Funeral by Rev. Mr. POWELL at Shady Grove Church
State Dispatch March 10, 1909
Copied from The Greensboro Patriot

ALLRED, Mr. Sam (infant daughter of)
Died Wednesday afternoon
At the residence of her parents on McCulloh St., Greensboro
Burial at Alamance (Presbyterian) Church
State Dispatch March 10, 1909
Copied from The Greensboro Patriot

BARNWELL, Mr. & Mrs. J.C. (infant child of)
Died last Wednesday nigh
At home in east Burlington
Burial at Cross Roads Church
State Dispatch March 17, 1909

GREENE, Frank
An aged man
Died March 11 at Greensboro
In a fire at Biggs Hygenic Sanitarium
The patient was a resident of Goldston, Chatham County
And the father of Mr. W.B. GREENE of Greene & McClure, Graham
Burial at Goldston
State Dispatch March 17, 1909

LEWIS, Mrs. Mary
Died last Thursday
In the Snow Camp, R.F.D. 1 area
Burial at the Stockard Burying Ground
State Dispatch March 17, 1909

FOWLER, Mr. W.R.
Aged 27 years
Of the Lakeside area
Died today
He was the brother of Mrs. Nancy DURHAM who died Monday at Snow Camp
Survived by a wife and 1 child
State Dispatch March 17, 1909

RANDOLPH, Mr. & Mrs. J. R. (son of)
Aged 4 months
Died last week
At Bellemont
Burial at Bellemont Cemetery
State Dispatch March 17, 1909

LEA, Mr. L. H.
Died last Saturday
Burial at McCray Cemetery
State Dispatch March 17, 1909

DURHAM, Mrs. Nancy
The former Miss Nancy FOWLER
Died Monday
At home near Snow Camp
State Dispatch March 17, 1909

IRELAND, John R.
Aged almost 3 score and ten (70 years)
Died March 16, 1909
He was born May 18, 1841 and was the son of John IRELAND, a native of Ireland
Of Scotch-Irish descent
Served in 13th Regiment NC Troops during the War and as a Justice of the Peace
Extensive obituary
State Dispatch March 24, 1909

WARREN, Walter
Aged 47 years
Died Thursday morning
At home near Prospect Hill, Caswell County
Burial at Coopers Burying Ground
State Dispatch March 24, 1909

CHANDLER, Mrs. John
Of R. F. D. #3
Died Sunday morning
She was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. L. ALLEN and
Sisters of Messrs. Jule, William, and Newton ALLEN, merchants at High Point & Haw River
Survived by a husband and 5 children
Burial at Long’s Chapel
State Dispatch March 24, 1909

WALKER, Mr. & Mrs. L.A. (infant daughter of)
Died last Tuesday
At home
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch March 24, 1909

CLENDENIN, Mrs. Nancy
An aged lady
Died at home near Saxapahaw
Last Thursday
State Dispatch March 24, 1909
Copied from the Alamance Gleaner

FAUCETTE, Dolph
Found dead Monday morning
In a barn near his home about 6 miles north of Burlington
Coroner’s verdict was “death by excessive drinking”
State Dispatch March 24, 1909

CUMMINGS, James A.
Son of Mr. & Mrs. Lee G. CUMMINGS
Of Guilford College
Died last Wednesday
In Omaha, Nebraska
Of diptheria
Funeral at Friends Church at Guilford College
State Dispatch March 31, 1909
Copied from Greensboro Patriot

CLAPP, Mrs. Nancy CRAIG
Aged 89 years
Died Saturday morning
At the home of her stepson Rev. J.C. CLAPP, DD in Newton
She was the daughter of Col. John Stockard of Orange County
Her first marriage was to William REITZEL
She married Capt. Joshua CLAPP in April 1849
State Dispatch March 31, 1909
Copied from Greensboro Patriot

BRADSHAW, Mrs. James T.
Died Monday night
At home near Cedar Cliff
Survived by a husband, 1 brother Mr. R.N. THOMPSON, 2 sons & 3 daughters
Burial on Wednesday at Salem Church
State Dispatch March 31, 1909

WELLS, David
Died at home last Saturday afternoon
“One of Prospect Hill’s best citizens”
State Dispatch March 31, 1909

CHANDLER, Mrs. Maggie ALLEN
Aged 35 years, 3 months, 21 days
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. L.W. ALLEN
Died March 21
Survived by a husband and 6 young children
Burial at Long’s Chapel
State Dispatch March 31 & April 7, 1909

HODGIN, Miss Betsy
Aged 70 years
Died Friday
At the home of her only brother near Pleasant Garden
Burial at Center Church
State Dispatch April 7, 1909
Copied from Greensboro Patriot

TRUE, John
Died last Saturday
From cancer
At Glencoe
He was an old Confederate soldier who lost both arms in the War
State Dispatch April 7, 1909
Copied from the Alamance Gleaner

COBLE, Miss Sallie
Died last Sunday
R.F.D. #1 neighborhood
Survived by her father, mother, 3 sisters & 3 brothers
State Dispatch April 7, 1909

FURLOW, Mrs. Dora
Aged 33 years
Wife of Charles FURLOW
Died last Friday
At the home of her father R.J. ASKEW
She was a member of the Baptist Church
And the mother of 6, 3 now living
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch April 7, 1909

HORNE, Charles
Aged 33 years
Died last night
At the home of his mother on Grace St.
He suffered from a lingering illness for several years
Survived by mother Mrs. Elizabeth HORNE
3 brothers: S.A. HORNE and W.W. HORNE of Burlington & John C. HORNE of Danville
2 sisters: Mrs. J.N. Malone & Mrs. W.S. KING
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch April 7, 1909

COTTON, Jack
An old Confederate soldier
Died Sunday
At home at Haw River
Burial Monday
State Dispatch April 14, 1909
Copied from Alamance Gleaner

PREDDY, Mrs. Eva
Aged 22 years
Wife of Mr. C.J. PREDDY and daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Jerry HUFFINES
Died April 11
Of lung trouble
Member of the Reformed Church
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch April 14, 1909

DURHAM, Clifford
Son of Mr. & Mrs. D.H. DURHAM of Alamance County
Sergeant in Co. 118, U.S. Coast Artillery
Died recently
At Ft. Bayard, New Mexico
Survived by 1 sister and 5 brothers, including Logan DURHAM of Spencer
Burial at Snow Camp
State Dispatch April 14, 1909

CALLUM, Dr. J.R.
Aged 94 years
Of Greensboro
Died April 12
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
He was one of the pioneers of the drug business in Greensboro
Born in northern Scotland and parents emigrated when he was 6 months old
Wife preceded him in death
Survived by 4 sons
State Dispatch April 21, 1909

HICKS, Washington
Aged 89 years
Died several days ago
At home near University Station in Orange County
He was a veteran of the Mexican and Civil Wars and
The last Mexican War veteran in Orange County
State Dispatch April 21, 1909
Copied from The Chapel Hill News

MONTGOMERY, Mrs.
Wife of O. L. MONTGOMERY
Died last night
After a protracted illness
Survived by her husband and several small children
State Dispatch April 21, 1909
Copied from The Alamance Gleaner

HARDEN, Sina
Wife of Pleas. HARDEN, colored
Died at home in Burlington
Sunday night
Of paralysis
“Highly respected by both white and colored”
State Dispatch April 21, 1909
Copied from The Alamance Gleaner

FOSTER, Mr. T. T.
Aged 80 years
Died Sunday
At home at Glencoe
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery on Tuesday
Funeral by Rev. SNIPES
State Dispatch April 21, 1909

ALLEN, Levi W.
Died Monday at home on Route 3, Burlington
Survived by a wife and 6 children
Served in the 6th N. C. Regiment during the War
Sons: Messrs. Jule & Newton ALLEN of High Point
William ALLEN of Haw River
John ALLEN
Daughters: Mrs. B.F. HESTER
Miss Cornelia ALLEN
Preceded in death by daughter Mrs. John CHANDLER a few weeks ago
Burial at Long’s Chapel
State Dispatch April 21, 1909

SPOON, Mrs. A.R. (Denie)
Died at her home near Hartshon No.1 on Monday night
Survived by a husband and 3 children—the oldest 8 years
Member of Brick Reformed Church
Burial at Mt. Zion
State Dispatch April 28, and May 12, 1909

ANDREW, Flora Dixon
Little daughter of Rev. J.D. ANDREW
Died yesterday of meningitis
Funeral at the Reformed Church by Rev. J.C. Leonard of Lexington
Burial at Pine Hill
State Dispatch April 28, 1909 7 May 12, 1909

FREELAND, Mr. Elbredge
Died Friday morning
At home on Route 9, Burlington
Burial in Trollinger graveyard at Haw River
State Dispatch April 28, 1909

ALLRED, T. Edgar
Of Liberty
Died Saturday night
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
Of peritonitis
State Dispatch May 5, 1909
Copied from The Greensboro Patriot

HENSLEY, Mr. & Mrs. Ed (child of)
Aged 10 months
Died Sunday
Burial Monday at Bethel Church
State Dispatch May 5, 1909

WARREN, Miss Maggie
Of North Burlington
Died Monday night
At the residence of Mr. A.G. FLORENCE
Where she had lived the past year or more
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch May 5, 1909

SPOON, Mr. A.R. (infant of)
Aged 5 days
Died April 21, 1909
Burial at Mt. Zion
Mr. SPOON’S wife is very low with pneumonia
State Dispatch May 5, 1909

MILLER, Miss Nannie
Daughter of the late Charles MILLER and Mrs. Ella MILLER
Died Tuesday
At the home of her mother in Gibsonville
She was formerly of Randolph County
Burial at Brower’s Chapel in Randolph County
State Dispatch May 12, 1909
Copied from the Randolph Bulletin

THOMPSON, Mrs. Atlas
Of east Burlington
Died this morning of paralysis
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch May 12, 1909

HUFFINES, Mr. Rankin
An old veteran soldier who resided at the County Home
Died recently
Burial Sunday at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch May 12, 1909

GLOSSON, Mr. & Mrs. John (child of)
Aged 12 months
Died this morning
In north Burlington
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch May 12, 1909

GATTIS, Mr. W.M.
Died last week
In Baldwin Township, Chatham County
He committed suicide last week by shooting himself in the head with a shot gun
He had lost money in a business venture recently
State Dispatch May 19, 1909

PAGE, Mrs. Martha
Aged past 90 years
Relict of James PAGE
Died recently
She was the grandmother of Mrs. W. C. HAMMER of Asheboro
Burial at the Methodist Cemetery in Asheboro
State Dispatch May 19, 1909
Copied from the Randolph Bulletin

ISLEY, Mrs. Maggie A.
Aged 43 years
Of near Elon College
Died May 13 of heart trouble
Burial at Elon College
State Dispatch May 19, 1909

SELF, Orader
3-year-old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.J. SELF
of west Burlington
died May 17
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch May 19, 1909

MILLER, Henry
Colored
Died May 18 after being injured last Friday
In a blast at the City’s disposal plant
His entire face, nose and eyes were torn away
Burial at his former home in Hickory, NC
State Dispatch May 19, 1909

WOLVERTON, Elmer
Aged 8 years
Son of Mr. & Mrs. I.R. WOLVERTON
Died Thursday morning
At Mr. B LOVE’S home with whom the family resided
He was an only child and sick briefly with measles
The family came to Burlington 8 months ago from Manassas, Va.
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

CROUSER, Dr. J. A.
Aged about 50 years
Died this morning at Gibsonville
He moved to Gibsonville from Alamance Co. a few months ago
Survived by a wife and seven children
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

ALBRIGHT, Mr. J. L. S.
Died a few days ago
At Morganton, NC
He lived at Columbus, Miss. but was a native of this county and
Son of the late John G. ALBRIGHT of Graham
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

CHANDLER, Mrs. Elizabeth
Aged about 74 years
Of the Hamer section, Caswell County
Died Monday
She married George W. CHANDLER in 1857 and he died 24 years ago
They had 11 children--4 now living (2 sons and 2 daughters)
Burial at the family burying ground
State Dispatch May 26, 1909
Copied from the Caswell County Democrat and the Yanceyville Sentinel

BROWN, Mrs. Susan
Aged 90 years
Widow of the late Nathanial BROWN
Died Tuesday
In Grant Township, Randolph County
Burial at the family grave yard
State Dispatch May 26, 1909
Copied from the Randolph Bulletin

WAY, Master Henry T.
Son of Mr. & Mrs. B.L. WAY
Died Monday evening
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
Of meningitis
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

PICKETT, Mrs. & Mrs. George (child of)
Aged 13 months
Died Sunday
At Union Ridge
Burial at Union Ridge Cemetery
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

MARTIN, Lucile
Aged 3 years 6 months 8 days
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. F. H. MARTIN
Died May 24 at the home of her parents in east Burlington
Burial at New Providence Church
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

RONEY, Mrs. Sallie E
Aged 52 years 7 months 14 days
Wife of Mr. C. H. RONEY
Died May 24, 1909
She was a member of the Christian Church from early life
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

CLAPP, Mrs. Sallie
Aged 72 years
Died May 20
Near Brick Church
Her maiden name was STALEY and she was first married to Henry FRIDDLE
This union produced 2 sons-one of whom is Cyrus FRIDDLE of east Burlington
Her second marriage was to Alfred CLAPP
She was ill 5 to 6 years prior to her death
Member of Springwood Presbyterian Church
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

SPOON, Master Clyde
Aged 18 months
Son of Mr. & Mrs. Claud SPOON
Died May 14
Near Oakdale
Of flux after having pneumonia and measles
Survived by parents and a little sister
Burial at Mt. Zion Church
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

CROUSE, Dr. J.
A well-known physician
Died Thursday morning
At his home on R.F.D. #1
Survived by a large family
State Dispatch May 26, 1909

DENNY, Mr. & Mrs. O.J. (infant son of)
Died May 24 at Greensboro
Burial at Mountain View Cemetery in Pilot Mountain
Many friends in Burlington
State Dispatch June 2, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Record

BIGELOW, Betsy
A worthy colored woman
Aged about 90 years
Died Monday in Caswell County
Burial in the old family burying ground
State Dispatch June 2, 1909
Copied from the Yanceyville Sentinel

GARRETT, Mr. Alston
Aged 36 years
Of near Pleasant Garden
Died recently
After being struck by a piece of sawmill machinery
He was unmarried
Burial at Pleasant Garden
State Dispatch June 2, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Patriot

BRICEFIELD, Mr. B. Y.
Aged 83 years
Died recently at his home in Caswell County
State Dispatch June 2, 1909
Copied from the Reidsville Review

CRESCOE, Mr. & Mrs. (Infant of)
Died recently near Belvue
Burial yesterday at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch June 2, 1909

ROBINSON, Mr. & Mrs. Walter (Little daughter of)
died Sunday night
at Mr. ROBINSON’S sister’s, Miss Ella ROBINSON’S
Burial at Greensboro on Monday where Mr. ROBINSON lived
State Dispatch June 2, 1909

CLAPP, Henry
Died May 27, 1909
In the Oakdale vicinity
After suffering with rheumatism for 7 months
Survived by a wife, 1 son, and 3 daughters
Burial at Mt. Zion Church
State Dispatch June 2, 1909

YORK, Mrs. Sallie
Aged 74 years
Wife of Mr. Denis YORK
Died recently near Staley
Survived by a husband, 2 sons, 2 daughters and 2 brothers—Mr. William SPOON
Of near Mt. Hermon and Mr. H.M. SPOON of near Kimesville
Burial at Shady Grove Church where she had been a member for 40 years
State Dispatch June 2, 1909

KIRKMAN, Mrs.
Aged more than 92 years
Died recently at her home near Friendship
She was the mother of Rev. A.G. KIRKMAN
Other living children are: Seymour KIRKMAN, Mrs. L. K. STANTON of Winston,
Mr. D. W. KIRKMAN of Albany, Ga., Mrs. Mary F. Hancox of Bayard, Iowa, and
Rev. J. C. KIRKMAN of Spokane, Washington
Funeral at Friendship Methodist Church, Guilford County
State Dispatch June 2, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Record

TEAGUE, Mrs. Marie CURTIS
Aged 29 years
Wife of Maurice E. TEAGUE
Died recently at Columbus, Georgia
Of lockjaw
The family moved there from Spencer, NC 3 years ago
Survived by a husband and 5 children
Extensive obituary
State Dispatch June 9, 1909

SPENCER, Ida Alline
Aged 1 year 14 months and 14 days
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. C.E. SPENCER
Died last Thursday evening May 27
In Randolph County
She was born June 13, 1907
State Dispatch June 9, 1901
Copied from the Randolph Bulletin

CHANDLER, Maggie Lee
Aged 3 months and 13 days
Infant of Mr. John CHANDLER, Route 5 , Burlington
Died recently
State Dispatch June 9, 1909

MARSHALL, Mrs. Nancy CLAPP
Aged 89 or 90 years
Widow of the late Eli MARSHALL
Died Monday June 14 at Glencoe in the home of her son M. M. MARSHALL
Survived by 3 children: Mr. M. M. MARSHALL, Superintendent of Glencoe Mills,
Mrs. Charles FAUCETTE and Mrs. James ALLEN
She was a member of the Methodist Church in her younger days
Burial at Bethel M. E. Church
State Dispatch June 16, 1909

FOGLEMAN, Miss Lorenia
Aged 35 years
Died last Thursday
At home in east Burlington
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch June 16, 1909

JORDAN, Mrs. J.M.
Aged 52 years
Died early Sunday morning in northern Alamance Co.
Survived by a husband, daughter, and 2 sons
Burial later the same day at Shiloh Church
State Dispatch June 16, 1909

JOHNSTON, Mrs. Lumel
Died Monday morning
Near Haw River
She was the mother of J. W. JOHNSTON of Burlington and
C. D. JOHNSTON, Register of Deeds, Graham
State Dispatch June 16, 1909

ANTHONY, Mrs. Lou
Aged 72 years
Died last Wednesday
At the home of her sister-in-law Mrs. G. L. ANTHONY at Vandalia, Guilford County
Burial at Center Church
State Dispatch June 23, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Patriot

SMITHLY, Mr. & Mrs. D. W. (infant of)
Of near Fairview
Died Saturday night
Burial at Fairview Church Cemetery
State Dispatch June 23, 1909

SARTIN, Miss Maggie
Aged 23 years
Of near Ossipee died Monday
Burial at Fairview Church Cemetery
State Dispatch June 23, 1909

MOORE, Hellen
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W.C. MOORE
Died suddenly yesterday evening
At the home of her parents
She had not been sick and the cause of death is unknown
Burial in the Cemetery at Graham (Linwood)
State Dispatch June 23, 1909

KATES, Mr. & Mrs. Fred (little daughter of)
Died June 15
State Dispatch June 23, 1909

CRISP, David
Colored
Died Saturday
On Route 8, Burlington
State Dispatch June 23, 1909

FLORENCE, Mrs.
Aged 24 years
Wife of Sam FLORENCE
Died Monday at Haw River
Burial at Linwood Cemetery
State Dispatch June 30, 1909
Copied from the Alamance Gleaner

CLAPP, Mr. & Mrs. W. (daughter of)
Aged 5 years
Died Monday night
Burial at Mt. Zion Church on Wednesday
State Dispatch June 30, 1909
Copied from the Alamance Gleaner

GERRINGER, Joshua
Died yesterday near Ossipee
Of heart trouble
While feeding animals in his barn
Survived by 1 son and 2 daughters
State Dispatch June 30, 1909

LEMLY, James Edwin
Aged 3 months
Son of Mr. & Mrs. M. L. LEMLY
Died June 23
At the home of Mr. James KING, Route 8, Burlington
Where the family has lived for several months
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch June 30, 1909

SUMMERS, Alexander (Alec)
Aged 80 years 9 months, 29 days
Died Sunday June 27
At home between Ossipee and Frieden’s Church
On Elon College, Route 1
Survived by an aged widow, sons Riley George, Robert L., William J. and
Daughter Mrs. John H. (Lucy) SULLIVAN
He had been confined to bed for 11 weeks
State Dispatch June 30 and July 7, 1909

GRAVES, Warren
Aged 95 years
Died last Thursday at Mr. S.C. PENN’S farm near Lawsonville, Rockingham County
He was a colored preacher of the Primitive Baptist Church and
“a faithful expounder of the gospel for the last half century”
State Dispatch July 7, 1909
From the Reidsville Review

WRIGHT, Arthur
Aged about 30 years
Son of the late William WRIGHT of the Empire section of Randolph County
Died last Monday
Near the home of J. W. ALLRED at Ramseur
From the accidental discharge of a 22 caliber gun
Survived by a wife, mother, and brother D. T. WRIGHT
Burial at Pleasant Grove Cemetery
State Dispatch July 7, 1909
Copied from the Randolph Bulletin

ALDRIDGE, Mrs. Nancy
Aged 67 years
Died Friday
Burial the next day at Union Ridge Church
State Dispatch July 7, 1909

SKIENS, Eddie L.
Aged 19 years, 9 mos., 10 days
Son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas SKIENS
Died July 4
At the home of his parents at Glencoe Mills
He joined the M.E. church at Glencoe at the age of 12 years
And was a member of the Jr. O.U.A.M.
Burial at Bethlehem Christian Church at Altamahaw
State Dispatch July 7, 1909

MYRICK, Robert
Aged 11 months
Son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert MYRICK
Died June 29
State Dispatch July 7, 1909

BLACH, Dorothey Iola
Infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. Henry BLACH
Died recently
Burial last Sunday at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch July 14, 1909

NEES, Polly Royal
Aged 80 years
Died Sunday July 11
She was the first member confirmed at Mt. Hope Reformed Church in Guilford County
That was built in 1847
Her husband Christopher NEES died last April at the age of 91 years
Survived by 2 sons, 2 daughters and a large number of grandchildren
Burial at Mt. Hope Reformed Church
State Dispatch July 14, 1909

JONES, John Sidney
Aged 3 months, 9 days
little son of Mr. & Mrs. Isaac JONES
died recently at the home of his parents on Askew St.
“He had never been too well and the hot summer seemed too severe for him”
Burial at BROWN’S Chapel
State Dispatch July 14, 1909

HUNT, James Robert
Aged 9 months
Son of Mr. & Mrs. W.R. HUNT
Died last Saturday July 3
At the home of his grandfather Monroe SULLIVAN on Main St., Burlington
After several weeks sickness
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch July 14, 1909

McBANE, David M.
Aged 87 years
Died July 4
At home near Manndale, southeastern Alamance County
He was confined to home for 6 years with paralysis
Survived by Mr. M.C. McBANE and Mrs. Gaston COOK of Burlington
Burial at Mt. Olive Church
State Dispatch July 14, 1909
Copied from the Alamance Gleaner

MITCHELL, Mr. R. S.
Died Monday afternoon
At home at Quick, Caswell County
He was a member of John A. GRAVES Lodge of Masons
Burial at Bethesda Church
State Dispatch July 14, 1909
Copied from the Caswell Co. Democrat

CRADDOCK, Mr. & Mrs. S.C. (child of)
Of Glencoe
Died Saturday
Burial at Gibsonville
State Dispatch July 14, 1909

TERRELL, Mr. & Mrs. J. B. (child of)
Died last Thursday
On Route 8, Burlington
State Dispatch July 14, 1909

SMITH, Sandy (wife of)
Died recently
At Haw River
She left an infant which is not expected to live
State Dispatch July 14, 1909

THOMAS, Mr. (infant of)
Died last week
Near Trollinwood, Alamance County
State Dispatch July 21, 1909

MATKINS, William
Aged 77 years, 8 mos., 3 days
Of near Gilliam’s Academy, Caswell County
Died July 13, 1909
He was born Nov. 10, 1832 and married Sarah B. WALKER Dec. 16, 1866
He was an old Confederate soldier and served 3 years in the War
and was a member of the M. E. Church South for 60 years
He had 8 children and is survived by his wife and 6 children—5 sons and 1 daughter
Burial at Shiloah
State Dispatch July 21, 1909

ROWE, Mr. & Mrs. M. B. (child of)
Of Greensboro
Died recently
Burial last Friday at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch July 21, 1909

CLAPP, Mrs. W.M.
Aged 36 years
Died Saturday night
at home 5 miles northeast of Greensboro
She is survived by a husband and 5 children
Burial at Midway Church
State Dispatch July 21, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Patriot

BLAIR, Mrs. Cynthia
Aged 75 years
Died July 8
At the home of her son-in-law John INGOLD
8 miles east of Asheboro, Randolph County
She formerly lived at Asheboro
Burial in the Methodist Cemetery at Asheboro
State Dispatch July 21, 1909
Copied from the Randolph Bulletin

CLAYTON, Master Curry
Died yesterday
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
Of meningitis
Burial at his home at Haw River
State Dispatch July 28, 1909

SHELTON, Annie Louise
Aged 1 year 18 days
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel SHELTON
Died July 24 at the home of her parents on N. Park Ave., Burlington
This is the family’s second loss of a child by death
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch July 28, 1909

FOWLER, Miss Charlie
Aged about 19 years
Died Tuesday night
At Liberty, NC
She was the daughter of the late William FOWLER
Who formerly lived at Hornaday’s Store, Patterson Township, Alamance County
Burial at Rock Creek Church
State Dispatch July 28, 1909

DAILEY, Squire G. G.
Aged about 67 years
One of the most prominent citizens of Caswell County
Died Sunday morning at Prospect Church near Yanceyville
After suffering a stroke of apoplexy during the service
He was an old Confederate soldier
State Dispatch July 28, 1909
Copied from the Reidsville Review

McLEAN, Mrs. Kate
Aged 72 years
Died Sunday
At home southwest of Gibsonville
After a lingering illness
She was a widow ever since the War Between the States
Her husband Marshall McLEAN was killed in a Virginia battle
Survived by 1 son, 1 daughter, and 1 brother
Burial at Friedens Church
State Dispatch July 28, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Patriot

CARTER, Mrs. Jennie S.
Died Friday evening
At home near Gatewood’s Store, Caswell County
After taking a dose of strychnine which she thought to be quinine
State Dispatch July 28, 1909
Copied from the Caswell County Democrat

KING, George Clay
Son of Mr. & Mrs. George A. KING
Died Wednesday
At Haw River
He was formerly of Burlington
Burial at Long’s Chapel
State Dispatch August 4, 1909

BOON, Mrs. Letetia
Aged 66 years (Born April 18, 1833)
Died August 11, 1909
At home in Burlington
She was the daughter of Col. Michael ALBRIGHT
She married Mr. Louis BOON when she was 22 years old
Survived by 3 children and a number of grandchildren
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch August 11 and August 18, 1909

THOMPSON, Mrs. Laura Jane
Wife of Dr. A. F. THOMPSON
Died unexpectedly at home at Troy on July 19, 1909
She was a native of Orange County and a member of the Presbyterian Church
State Dispatch August 11, 1909
Copied from the Asheboro Courier

SHARP, Col. Thomas R.
Died Wednesday at home in the Meadows, Rockingham County
He had “reached a ripe old age”
Burial at the Episcopal Church Cemetery in Leaksville
State Dispatch August 11, 1909
Copied from the Reidsville Review

SHEPPARD, Mr. George
Aged 86 years
Of near Elon
Died Friday
He was one of the oldest citizens in the County
Burial at Frieden’s Church
State Dispatch August 11, 1909

BOONE, Peter
Of near Altamahaw
Died recently
Burial last Tuesday evening at Shiloh Church Cemetery
State Dispatch August 18, 1909

McDADE, Mr. J.C.
Died Monday
In a hospital at Durham
He was a long-time resident of Burlington and member of the
Burlington Fire Company
He was incapacitated by a stroke of paralysis a few months ago
Member of the Jr. Order U.A.M. and I.O.R.M.
Burial at Durham
State Dispatch August 25, 1909

PHEW, Mrs. Bell
Aged almost 39 years (Birthday Sept. 5)
Died last Sunday
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
She was the wife of Mr. June PHEW and the daughter of
Mr. And Mrs. Joe CLARK
She died following an operation for appendicitis
Survived by a husband, 5 children, father, mother, and 1 brother
Funeral at home near Elmira
State Dispatch August 25, 1909

FOWLER, Mr. W. A.
Aged 62 years
Died Thursday evening
At home at Spencer
He lived in Burlington about 15 years ago and then moved to Raleigh
He moved to Spencer about 2 years ago
He was an engineer of the Southern Railroad
Mr. Earnest MURRAY of Burlington is his brother-in-law
Survived by a wife, 2 sons and 3 daughters
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch August 25, 1909

BRIDGES, Mrs.
Wife of Dolph BRIDGES
Died Sunday afternoon
On the train near Durham
She had been taken to Rex Hospital in Raleigh for an operation
but was on the way back because she was too weak to undergo it
Burial at Linwood Cemetery, Graham
State Dispatch August 25, 1909
Copied from the Alamance Gleaner

DODSON, Mr. Jesse F.
Aged 27 years
Died Thursday
Of continued fever
At Chestnut Ridge
He was the son of Mr. J.F. DODSON
And worked at the Chair Factory until recently
He went to help John SYKES of Chestnut Ridge who was about to lose
His crop due to fever and contracted it himself
State Dispatch August 25, 1909
Copied from The Mebane Leader

McPHERSON, Wayland (child of)
Died recently
Burial at Pleasant Hill Church last Thursday
State Dispatch August 25, 1909

CRAWFORD, Beulah
Aged about 20 years
Died Saturday
Of fever
At the home of her father George W. CRAWFORD at Swepsonville
Survived by her parents, sisters Mrs. J. J. SNIDER , Mrs. A. M. HADLEY of Graham,
And brothers Messrs. John W. CRAWFORD of Greensboro and C. M. CRAWFORD of High Point
State Dispatch August 25 and September 1, 1909

COUNCILMAN, Mr. Anderson
Of Burlington
Died last Saturday morning
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
After appendicitis
State Dispatch September 1, 1909

FOGLEMAN, Mrs. W. H.
Aged 60 years 4 months and 25 days
Died last Thursday
At home on Route 10, Burlington
She was a member of Low’s Church
Survived by a husband, 3 sons—Messrs. A. H., T. D. and Joseph FOGLEMAN
And 2 daughters, Misses Lizzie and Julia FOGLEMAN
State Dispatch September 1, 1909

WHITSETT, Captain John W.
Aged 72 years
Died August 21
At home on Arlington Street, Greensboro
He was a well-known locomotive engineer of the passenger train
Between Greensboro and Goldsboro
He was born in Graham, Alamance Co. and married Miss FOUST of Graham
(an aunt of Prof. J. I. and Thomas R. FOUST of Greensboro)
He moved his family to Greensboro 10 years ago
Survived by his wife and 1 daughter, Mrs. Thomas TINNIN of Greensboro
Burial at Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro
State Dispatch September 1, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Record

PACE, Mrs.
Mother of Milow PACE
Died recently
Burial at Pleasant Hill Church Cemetery last Thursday
State Dispatch September 1, 1909

McVEY, Mrs. Fannie
Aged 47 years
Wife of Mr. T.F. McVEY
Died September 3
At home at Snow Camp
She was in poor health for 2 years
She was a daughter of the late Harris TYSOR of Glendon, Chatham Co.
And married Mr. McVEY 26 years ago
She was the mother of 3 sons and 5 daughters
Survived by 3 sisters and 1 brother:
Mrs. Nancy JOHNSON of Bear Creek, Mrs. C. H. WOMBLE and Mrs. A. P. DAVIS of Glendon
Mr. George TYSOR of Atlanta
State Dispatch September 8, 1909

PIKE, Moses E.
Aged 87 years in May
Died September 4
Of paralysis
In the Snow Camp section
He married the former Ruth DIXON 54 years ago, in 1855
They had 6 children—2 now living—Mrs. Hugh W. JOHNSON of Siler City, R.F.D. and
Mrs. J. G. PIKE of Snow Camp
State Dispatch September 8, 1909

WAY, Mrs. Martha CRAVEN
Aged 76 years
Widow of the late Franklin WAY
Died recently
In the Oakdale neighborhood
She had suffered a stroke of paralysis several months before
Survived by the following children:
Lewis WAY of Burlington, P. T. WAY of Waxhaw, Walter WAY of Carthage, S. M. WAY of South
Carolina,
Bynum WAY of Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Cicero STOCKARD of Graham and Mrs. John STEWART with whom she lived
Burial September 3 at Pleasant Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch September 8, 1909

RICE, Henry
Youngest son of Mr. And Mrs. T. Jeff RICE
Died Tuesday in Caswell County
He had been in delicate health for several months
State Dispatch Sept. 8, 1909
Copied from The Caswell County Democrat

HAMMER, Rev. W. C., Sr.
Aged nearly 80 years
Died at Asheboro
Last week
He was the father of Mrs. LOVETT of Burlington
State Dispatch September 8, 1909

CRUTCHFIELD, Mark Andrew
Aged 5 years
Son of Mr. & Mrs. J. CRUTCHFIELD
Died Tuesday
At home in west Burlington
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch September 8, 1909

THOMPSON, Ruby May
Aged 1 year 1 month and 16 days
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Eli F. THOMPSON
Died September 11
At home near Lakeside, Alamance County
She was a member of the Reformed Sunday School Cradle roll
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch September 15, 1909

CARDEN, Lula RANDOLPH
Aged 21 years
Wife of Mr. W.E. CARDEN
Died September 13, 1909
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
Funeral at home on Webb Ave., Burlington
State Dispatch September 15, 1909

FITCH, Thomas
Aged 18 years
Of south Burlington
Died Saturday morning
Survived by his mother, 1 sister and 1 brother
Burial at Bethel Cemetery in Caswell County
State Dispatch September 15, 1909

JONES, J. Franklin
Aged 66 years
A prosperous farmer of Chatham County
Died Thursday night
Burial at Big Meadows Church
State Dispatch September 15, 1909

SHARP, Jeremiah
A prosperous farmer of near Bellemont, Alamance Co.
Died Tuesday
He was known as “Friday” because of never failing to come to the city on Friday
Burial at Mt. Hermon Church Cemetery
State Dispatch September 22, 1909

HAYES, J. M.
Aged 86 years
Died Friday afternoon
At the western end of Rockingham County
After a long illness
State Dispatch September 22, 1909
Copied from the Reidsville Review

WATSON, Mrs. Lucretia
A lady more than 30 years old
Died last Saturday
Near Leaksville, Rockingham County
She had been demented for some time and care for by her niece Mrs. Maud LAND
State Dispatch September 22, 1909
Copied from the Leaksville Gazette

BINGHAM, Christopher
Died September 11, 1909
Of typhoid fever
In Cedar Grove Township, Randolph County
At the home of his father Frank BINGHAM
His father and other family members now have typhoid
Funeral at High Pine
State Dispatch September 22, 1909

RICHARDSON, Mrs. J. R.
Aged 35 years
Died last week of pellagra
At Proximity, Guilford County
She had been sick with the disease for a long time
There are 4 cases of pellagra in Greensboro—2 of them chronic without much change
Survived by a husband and 3 children
Burial at her former home in Randleman
State Dispatch September 22 & September 29, 1909

SIMPSON, Mrs. Henry J.
Died Wednesday
On Burlington, R. F. D. 8
Burial at Bethlehem Church
State Dispatch September 22, 1909

MOORE, Miss Mary
Died Friday
At the home of W. A. LEWIS On Burlington, R. F. D. 8
Burial at Stoney Creek Church Cemetery
State Dispatch September 22, 1909

GILLIAM, Mrs. Mattie
Aged 89 to 90 years
Died Sunday
On Altamahaw, Route 1
Burial at Bethlehem Church
State Dispatch September 22 & 29, 1909

JOHNSON, Mrs. J. Walter (mother of)
Died last Friday
At her home near Graham
State Dispatch September 22, 1909

CHEEK, John
Died September 22
On Railroad Ave. near W. Lee Street, Greensboro
He was a native of Alamance County and went to Greensboro
Years ago to work for the R & D Railroad
He was a member of the Burlington City Police force at one time
And a carpenter by trade for the last 10 years
Burial at Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro
State Dispatch September 29, 1909

DIXON, O. S.
Died Friday night
At home in Chatham County
After an illness of several weeks
Funeral at the Baptist Church by Rev. O. B. MITCHELL of Mt. Vernon Springs
State Dispatch September 29, 1909
Copied from the Siler City Grit

GILBERT, John (young son of)
Aged 6 years
Died last Monday
In Rockingham County
From the after effects of diptheria
Burial at family burial place in Patrick Co., Va.
State Dispatch September 29, 1909
Copied from the Leaksville Gazette

BRYAN, Mrs. J. A.
Died Thursday October 7
At Burlington
After an illness of less than 2 weeks
Her husband is the chief stockholder of the Midway Brick Co.
She “took greatest interest in the building of the new Lutheran Church”
Survived by a husband and 6 sons—the youngest a small child
State Dispatch October 13, 1909

MINOR, Mrs. J. W.
Died Sunday
Of typhoid fever
Burial Monday at Concord Church, Caswell County
State Dispatch October 13, 1909

DANILEY, Mrs. & Mrs. G. A. (infant of)
Aged 1 week
Died recently
Burial at Shallowford Church Monday
State Dispatch October 13, 1909

ANTHONY, Mary
Aged 3 years
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. G. W. ANTHONY
Of east Burlington
Died Monday
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch October 13, 1909

WEBSTER, Clyde
Aged 21 years
Died Sunday evening
At St. Leo’s Hospital, Greensboro
Of fever
His father lives 8 miles southeast of Burlington
He entered school at Guilford College a few months ago
But shortly fell ill
His sisters are Miss Annie WEBSTER of the Graded School
And Miss Nina WEBSTER, milliner
Burial at Hawfields
State Dispatch October 13, 1909

PAGE, Mrs. Florida Cornelia
Aged 49 years
Wife of Peter PAGE
Died October 14, 1909
At her residence in west Burlington
After an illness of 8 years
Survived by a husband, 4 sons, and 1 daughter
Funeral by the pastor of Front St. Methodist Church
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch October 20, 1909

KIME, W. M.
Aged 79 years
Died at home in Burlington
Last Wednesday morning
He was the organizer of the Mt. Pleasant Cotton Mills at Kimesville
Survived by a wife and 9 sons and daughters
Burial at Richland Lutheran Church near Liberty
State Dispatch October 20, 1909

ANDERSON, Q. T.
Died October 14
At Milesville, Caswell County
Survived by a widow and 7 children
Burial at Concord Church
State Dispatch October 20, 1909

HOLT, Miss Elizabeth
Aged 17 years and 8 months
Daughter and eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. HOLT
Died Thursday night
At Fayetteville
She was brought home from St. Mary’s College at Raleigh
10 days ago with typhoid fever
She was the niece of Messrs. R. L. and J. H. HOLT of Burlington
State Dispatch October 20, 1909

BINGHAM, Barney
Aged 25 years
Son of Mrs. Sarah BINGHAM of near Mechanic, Randolph County
Died in Oklahoma a few days ago
He went west last Spring
Burial at the old home
State Dispatch October 27, 1909
Copied from the Randolph Bulletin

WALTERS, George H.
Aged 17 years, 5 months, 16 days
Died October 21
At the home of Mrs. John MATHERS in east Burlington
Of typhoid fever
Burial at Providence Christian Church
State Dispatch October 27, 1909

DAILEY, John G.
Aged 71 years
Died November 9, 1909
After 4-5 weeks illness
He was reared in northern Alamance and moved to Burlington 15 years ago
He served 4 years in the Civil War (Company K, 6th N. C. Regiment)
And married Sallie CONKLIN of Orange Co. after the War
He served 3 terms as a County Commissioner and was a
Member of the Methodist Church for 50 years
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch November 10 & 17, 1909

HAYES, Hal R.
Aged 38 years
Died November 4
At the home of his brother Mr. J. M. HAYES of North Burlington
He was a well-known freight conductor of the Southern & Seaboard Railroad
And had been connected with the railroad for 18 years
He was sick for about 10 days
Burial at Greensboro
State Dispatch November 10, 1909

TERRELL, Mr. & Mrs. Carl (child of)
Died recently
In Burlington
State Dispatch November 10, 1909

CLARK, Ben
Died Sunday morning
He was a member of the Baptist Church
State Dispatch November 10, 1909

BROOKS, Mrs. W. T.
Aged 30 years
Died recently
She was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. F. H. THOMPSON and
Had been married 13 years
She leaves a husband and 5 children
Funeral at the Baptist Church and
Burial at Graham’s old cemetery
State Dispatch November 17, 1909

JORDAN, Jim
Of Wilmington
Died Wednesday
He was the son-in-law of Mr. Clayton JORDAN of Saxapahaw
And the brother-in-law of Mr. HARDEN, past Superintendent of County Roads
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch November 17, 1909

ALLRED, Bradley
Aged 98 years
Died recently at home in Caswell County
State Dispatch November 17, 1909
Copied from the Reidsville Review

THOMPSON, Robert
Aged 71 years
Died at home Monday evening
He was reared in Saxapahaw
Survived by 1 son—Mr. W. THOMPSON, Superintendent of County Roads
Burial at Salem M. P. Church in Saxapahaw
State Dispatch November 17, 1909

COBLE, Simpson
Died Tuesday evening November 10
In Greene Township, Guilford County
His skull was crushed by a blunt instrument
His father Dan COBLE and brother-in-law Hiram (High) ELLIOTT have been arrested for murder
Incident happened near the illicit distillery of H. M. HOLT
State Dispatch November 17 & 24, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Patriot

ALLRED, Mr. & Mrs. Bynum (infant of)
Died recently
Burial at Mt. Zion on November 15
State Dispatch November 17, 1909

RYLEY, Mr.
Of Haw River
Died recently after being carried to the hospital in Greensboro
For an operation
Brought home for burial
State Dispatch November 17, 1909

GARNER, Mr. & Mrs. A.H. (child of)
Died Sunday
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch November 24, 1909

COBLE, William
Aged 86 years
Died Monday at home near Julian, Guilford County
His last illness of 2 weeks resulted from a fall in which he fractured his thigh
Survived by 2 sisters, 1 brother, 3 sons and 3 daughters
One son died last March
Burial at Pleasant Union Church Cemetery
State Dispatch November 24, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Patriot

NELSON, Morris
Of near Steeds, Randolph County
Died recently
State Dispatch November 24, 1909
Copied from the Asheboro Courier

ALLRED, Mr. W. B.
Aged almost 100 years if he had lived until Christmas
Died October 30, 1909
Near Fitch, Caswell County
He came to Caswell from Chatham County 80 years ago and was too old
To fight in the Civil War
“He had never had a picture made and was never known to scratch a match”
Leaves 3 sons, 1 daughter, 30 grandchildren, 40 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren
Member of the Primitive Baptist Church for 70 years
State Dispatch December 1, 1909

STOUT, Mrs. Nancy
Aged 90 years
Died Thursday November 18, 1909
She was the widow of William STOUT who died 35 years ago
She spent her old age at the home of her son in Snow Camp
She was the mother of 11 children
Five surviving children are:
Dr. Harrison STOUT, Mrs. John MOORE of Indiana, Mrs. Alfred COX of Graham, Mrs. Milo DIXON
and W. P. STOUT of Snow Camp
Burial at Cane Creek
State Dispatch December 1, 1909

WALKER, Isaac Newton
Died Monday
He was the son of Rev. George D. WALKER, minister of the Christian Church
Isaac WALKER was one of the charter members of the Christian Church in Burlington
He married Mary A. SELLERS, daughter of Thomas SELLERS, and they had 7 children, 1 now surviving
He was a County Commissioner for 2 or more terms
Survived by his wife, daughter Miss Edith WALKER, brother George B. WALKER, and
2 sisters—Mrs. ANDERSON of Caswell County and Mrs. R. L. FONVILLE of Burlington
Burial at Pine Hill
State Dispatch December 1, 1909

ROGERS, Charles
Aged 45 years
Died suddenly this morning
At the residence of Mrs. ALDRIDGE on Main St., Burlington, where he boarded
He was engaged in the tobacco business at Durham for a number of years
He had been blind for more than 3 years
Burial at Haw River
State Dispatch December 1, 1909

MORGAN, J. E.
Of Pittsboro, Chatham County
Died Sunday in a hospital at Petersburg, Va.
He was the editor of the old Citizen published at Pittsboro and of the Enterprise
Published in Burlington several years ago
State Dispatch December 1, 1909
Copied from the Siler City Grit

FLETCHER, John
Aged 100 years
Died last week at home in Green Fork, Indiana
He was a native of Guilford County and moved to Indiana when he was 20 years old
traveling overland with a widowed mother and several brothers and sisters
State Dispatch December 1, 1909
Copied from the Greensboro Patriot

PHILLIPS, Mrs. O. H.
Died last Sunday
At Glencoe Mills
Of blood poisoning
She had lived at Glencoe for 24 years
State Dispatch December 8, 1909

McADAMS, Fannie Jane
Aged 7 weeks
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Moldon McADAMS
Died November 30
At the home of her parents at Hopedale
Burial Dec. 30 at Carolina Mills
State Dispatch December 8, 1909

FOGLEMAN, Paul
Aged 20 years 5 months 11 days
Died December 10, 1909
At the home of his mother Mrs. Mary Jane FOGLEMAN
On East Davis Street, Burlington
He had not grown much since the age of 14 years and had been
Feeble for some time
He was a bright boy with good mechanical skills and an eye for art
Funeral at the Reformed Church
State Dispatch December 15, 1909

ASHWORTH, Lillie
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ASHWORTH
Died last Saturday
Of pneumonia
At the home of her parents on Ireland Street
Mr. ASHWORTH is the foreman in the Bellevue Cotton Mill
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch December 15, 1909

HANFORD, Lewis
6 months old
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. HANFORD
died December 13 in Burlington
Burial at Pine Hill Cemetery
State Dispatch December 15, 1909

STUART, Mrs. Amy HINSHAW
Aged 70 or 71 years
Died December 6, 1909
Of paralysis
At home near Snow Camp
She was the widow of the late Job STUART who died 4 years ago
Survived by 5 children:
Mrs. Elva STUART BAILIFF, Michael STUART of Indiana, Mrs. John C. GRIFFIN, Charles STUART
and Grettie STUART
Also 2 stepchildren Mrs. David H. DURHAM and Cicero STUART
She was for many years a member of the Society of Friends
Burial at Cane Creek
State Dispatch December 15, 1909

Note: The State Dispatch was a weekly newspaper published in Burlington early in the 20th  century. It called itself “a Republican newspaper devoted to the upbuilding of American  homes and industries” . The only existing microfilm is at the State Archives for the period  1909-1915.

Names covered by the above articles.

ALBRIGHT
ALDRIDGE
ALLEN
ALLRED
ANDERSON
ANDREW
ANTHONY
ASHWORTH
ASKEW
BAILIFF
BARNWELL
BIGELOW
BILL
BINGHAM
BLACH
BLAIR
BOON
BOONE
BRADSHAW
BRICEFIELD
BRIDGES
BROOKS
BROWN
BRYAN
CABLE
CALLUM
CARDEN
CARTER
CHANDLER
CHEEK
CLAPP
CLARK
CLAYTON
CLENDENIN
COBLE
CONKLIN
COOK
COTTON
COUNCILMAN
COX
CRADDOCK
CRAIG
CRAVEN
CRAWFORD
CRESCOE
CRISP
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