[Democrat Star - Jan. 18, 1884] She is survived by 10 children. He was born March 19, 1949 in Pascagoula, Miss. [Pascagoula Democrat Star, September 27, 1889 - Transcribed by AFOFG] Martin's store on Bluff Creek, at 10 o'clock, a.m., on the fourth Sunday in September. Featured Local News News - (Special) - Hon. Those accompanying the remains to Donaldsonville were: [black splotch on page] [?] Death of Col. Bliss He is survived by his widow, mother, a sister and a brother. at echovita Elmer Grant Buried In Pascagoula Elmer Grant, the son of Mr. and Mrs, J. O. Olia Nix of Vancleave, assisted by Rev. Davis - Miss Ella A., died at the residence of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, on Dutch Bayou, in Jackson county, Miss., May 22, 1882, aged 13 years, 5 months and 12 days. five sons, Roland Guillotte, Ernest Guillotte, Lorenzo Guillotte, of Gautier; Hurley Guillotte of Pascagoula and Loran Guillotte of Moss Point; five daughters, Mrs. Geo. Mr. Chanteraut was one of our oldest citizens, and one highly respected by all. The accident happened near the home of S. R. byrd and caused considerable excitement in the neighborhood. Prof. Montamat Dead Died Last Sunday morning, Mrs. Josephine Rousette, wife of the late B. Rousette, was found dead in her bed at her home, in this place. [Daily Herald (Biloxi, MS), Volume IX, Issue 12, Page 4, August 29, 1906 - Transcribed By AFOFG] Pascagoula Obituaries at tributes.com He was named a brigadier general of the state troops in 1898. Published: Feb. 28, 2023 at 9:26 PM PST ATMORE, Ala. (WALA/Gray News) - A 2-year-old Alabama boy is dead after police say his father left him inside his truck for several hours instead of dropping him off at daycare. Captain Smith conducted a saloon and boarding house at one time in New Orleans. N.O. Frederic, W. E. to attend the funeral. Grant, Elmer He was the son of a physician and was a college graduate. He served with honor in the war between the states on the side of the Confederacy and all his life was loyal to the south and all her cherished traditions. She was sixty-five years of age and leaves a husband and two daughters, Mrs. Ada Ross and Miss Willie Phelps. County. Deceased was 63 years of age and had been an invalid for years. Gen. Twiggs, and was with his headquarters at East Pascagoula when attacked with the bilious fever, of which he died. Mr. O'neal and another man named Wilson were engaged on the road which is being built from Dantzler to Vancleave, when a sudden thunderstorm came up and they both went to a large tree nearby for shelter when a bolt of lightning struck mr. O'Neal and killed him instantly. He was born on Nov. 26, 1950, in Wichita, Kansas, to Howard and Vivian Hunnell. Father Gaffeny of New Orleans and the Rev. Lisica claimed before he died that he was shot twice by two negro highwaymen and robbed of $50. He was identified Thursday morning as Officer Andres Vasquez-Lasso, 32, by the Cook County Medical Examiners Office. He was a Confederate veteran. His children are Eugene Frank and Tribio Castanera of Biloxi, Clarence Castanera of Long Beach, Mrs. C. W. Barnett of Mobile and Mrs. Mack Watkins of Moss Point. She was the former Elizabeth Noble, native of Fontainebleau. WebMississippi Death Index, November 1912-1943 not complete, especially for the early years (1912-1921) Mississippi Wills and Probate Records, 1780-1982 (at Ancestry/requires payment) coverage varies by county Mississippi State Archives, Various Records, 1820-1951 at FamilySearch includes indexed military grave registrations for Mississippi [Democrat Star - Jan. 25, 1884] cemeteries, death records Jackson County, MS Death Williams later returned to prison to serve time for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Meaut and Mrs. Joseph Wilson of Biloxi; Mrs. Joseph Salbury of Gautier; Mrs. Balley Martin of Fontainebleau; Mrs. Chas. Mississippi death records are open to requesters who can demonstrate a legitimate interest in the record. Perform a free Jackson County, MS public death records search, including death certificates, death indexes, deceased records, death registers & registries, obituaries, and death notices. Martin, Peter 1884 - Transcribed by AFOFG] Allday, Miyama E, 5305 Elkridge. Besides a mother, two sisters and four brothers, she leaves a husband and two infant children. Bouton - At Moss Point, Miss., Sept. 21, 1883, Jessica, youngest daughter of Charles S. Bonton and Fannie J. Rhodes, aged 4 months and 8 days. We extend to her our sympathy in her hour of bereavement. [Daily Herald (Biloxi, Mississippi), Volume V, Issue 297, Page 6, July 27, 1903 - Transcribed By AFOFG] Colmer was survived by his wife, Ruth Minor Colmer; two sons, Dr, William M. ColmerJr. Brewton, Mrs. A. L. Jackson County, MS Obituaries and Funeral Home Records at Linkpendium Also on board and killed was soul singer Otis Redding . - Durkling Felix Reid diedhere this morning, after an illness of many months. Jordan - Accidentally killed on the line of the Mexican International Railroad, Aug. 1, 1892, William H. Jorden, a native of Louisiana and late of Pascagoula, Miss., aged 23 years. Hawkins, Evelinda Pascagoula, Miss., Aug. 9 - Miss Lizzie W. O'Connel died late yesterday at her home in South Pascagoula. he was a prominent business man of the city, affiliated with the Knights of Columbus, Catholic Knoghts, Elks, and other fraternal orders, and a zealous member of the catholic Church. Col. Bliss, at the time of his death, was attached to the staff of Major. On June 6, 1854 he married Miss Louise Ladner from which happy union six daughters were born, five of whom survived him. Tanner, Mr. John The interment will be made in the family burial plot. J. Howze, John Sidney Lyman Roberts performing the last sad rites. The interment took place Saturday morning at the Protestant cemetery, Pascagoula, Rev. Grant, of Pascagoula, who served his country during the World War as a member of the same division to which Capt. other records. [The Democrat Star - March 11, 1901 - Transcribed by Therman Kellar] Reid, Durkling Felix - Mrs. George Mathieu, nee Seymour, died at 10 a.m. today at her home here after a long illness. Brandon, J.O. New Orleans, Oct. 2 - The Picayune's Moss Point (Miss.) His children are Eugene Frank Tribio Castanera of Biloxi, Clarence Castanera of Long Beach, Mrs. C. W. Barnett of Mobile and Mrs. Mack Watkins of Moss Point. Cooley, Walter S. WebResearch how to access county public records in Jackson, Mississippi. [Daily Herald (Biloxi, MS), Volume VI, Issue 202, Page 1, April 8, 1904 - Transcribed by AFOFG] We deeply sympathize with the sorrowing parents and children, but they grieve not as those who have no hope.Look up, sorrowing friends, for the time will come when you will meet your loved and lost never more to be separated. He founded the Birmingham News in 1888 and was prominent in public life in this city and state ever since. [Daily Herald, October 10, 1918 Transcribed by AFOFG] He had lived in this section of the country for about thorty-five years and had been engaged in the terpentine business on a large scale. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Marnie Gamblin, two sons, Boyd and Cooper Gamblin, all of Vancleave; one daughter, Mrs. Levi Stuart, Philadelphia, Miss. He has been sick several months. She was in the eighty-first year of her age. Mrs. Bransford was the eldest daughter of the late Col. Wm. He served one year as president of the Pascagoula Club. His family have been in this section for some time, having come here from Charlotte, South Carolina. Funeral services were held in the Catholic church and cemetery at this place, the ceremonies being performed by Rev. His remains were brought here for burial in the Protestant Cemetery at Pascagouls. [Democrat Star - June 4, 1886] PO Box 344. Mrs. Mary E. Boyer wife of John B. Boyer died at Scranton on Sunday Oct. 18th, aged twenty-seven years, of child birth after a lingering sickness of six weeks. [Daily Herald, September 11, 1905 - Transcribed by AFOFG] She was born August 31, 1949, in Betty Sue Susie Kopf died at home on February 25, 2023, holding hands with her husband and daughter. POWERED BY. Rev. [Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX), Section A, Page 29, Monday, June 24, 1974 - Transcribed By AFOFG] He leaves a sister, Mrs. J.S. [Daily Herald (Biloxi, MS), Volume IX, Issue 163, page 1, February 22, 1907 - Transcribed by AFOFG] The deceased was brought to Biloxi at 8:40 this morning and buried by the Bradford Undertaking Company at Seymour. Davis, Ella A. Death of Mrs. Gen. Taylor - The telegraphs informs us of the death of Mrs. General Taylor, relict of the late President of the United States. Miss Agnes I. Crosbie, an estimable young lady of Moss point, died in that place, on Sunday last. Mobile, Ala., Nov. 9 Mrs. Almeda L. Brewton, a native of Jackson county, Miss. Interment in the Catholic cemetery. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the East Grand Baptist Church. Cannady, J. H. Chidsey, Dr. C. Bouton, Jessica Contact Info. A. Tabor was summoned and exerted every effort to restore life. Mrs. A. C. Guillotte, Gautier, died at her residence at 2:15 a.m. today. Rousette, Josephine Fathers Fitzpatrick and Downing of Biloxi. Death Notices (death date not listed) and Obituaries are from free online newspapers & free obits sites for research. Jackson County Genealogy at Family Search past 30 days, he had been a resident of the Coast for sixty years, the greater part of which was spent at Pascagoula. [Pascagoula Democratic Star, May 21, 1888 - Submitted by AFOFG] The gallant officer was one of the most distinguished in our service, as well for his intellectual as his military qualities. Voivedich, Peter [Daily Gazette , October 3, 1889 - Transcribed by AFOFG] McCoy, J. C. Mr. Walker is survived by his six year old daughter, his wife having died several years ago. The funeal took place Saturady afternoon and the interment was made in the Pascagoula cemetery. Miss O'Connel , Pascagoula, Miss. - E. B. Smith, a prominent and respected citizen of Escatawpa, died at his home to-day (sic) from the effects of a a carbuncle. The friends of the family in this city will be grieved to learn of the death of Mrs. Pendola. Findings are then reported to the State Health Department, and the State Medical Examiner in Jackson, MS. Future planned additions to this section will be a missing persons description database. WebJackson,MS Obituaries Philip Newman Thomas Jr.. Philip Newman Thomas, Jr. left this earthly life to live forever with his Lord and Savior, Mr. Glyn Hubbard Sr.. Glynwood Delmas, Mary Josephine Henry, Ewin Pascagoula, Miss., October 11 - Captain John Smith, a native of Scotland and resident of this place for the past thirty-five years, died at 1:50 p.m. today at his residence here, aged 67 years. - Leo Scharff, age 52 years, a prominent jewish merchant of this city, died at his home here Sunday afternoon shortly after 2 o'clock. [Daily Herald, August 20, 1913 - Transcribed by AFOFG] [Gulfport Daily Herald (Gulfport, MS) Volume XXIII, Issue 188, Page 4, March 22, 1921 - Transcribed by AFOFG] [Gulfport Daily Herald (Gulfport, MS), Volume XXII, Issue 47, Page 3, October 9, 1919 - Transcribed by AFOFG] Arthur H. Smith, sheriff of Jackson county, died at his home in Moss Point this morning at 10 o'clock after the illness of one week from pneumonia. He was president of the Merchants and Marine bank. Email: coroner@wilkinson.co.ms.gov. Rites Set Wednesday For Mrs. Roger Haynes Wilson, Capt. Mississippi Press Obituaries - (2006-Current) at Genealogy Bank ($) "Death should come Gently to one of gentle would like thee, As light winds, wandering through graves of bloom, Detach the delicate blossoms from the tree. The funeral will be from the home at 10 a.m. Friday followed by services at the Antioch Church. B. L. Mitchell conducting the funeral services in a most impressive manner. Colmer, the former traffic cop elected to congress in 1932 on the coattails of Roosevelt liberalism, entered the Singing River Hospital three weeks ago. She has left a kind and affectionate husband, a loving father, a good, kind step-mother, loving sisters and one sweet little brother mourn her loss.. [J.H. Wiliam Webb, one of the MIssissippi Coast's oldest residents, died at 5 o'clock this morning at the residence of his son, Walter Webb, on Fort Bayou road, three miles from Ocean Springs. A. R. Wentz, aged 64 years, a native of Columbus, Ga., who has been a resident of Jackson county for some time, died at his home in that county yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. The funeral services were held at the home this morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Bishop Bratton and interment in the family burying ground at Gautier. Since the peace he has been recognized both in and out of the army as one of the most valuable officers in the service. US Obituary Collection 1930-Current search millions of obituaries in Clifford, Mrs. George T. Good Woman of Scranton, Miss., Passes Away Scranton, MIss., Oct. 8 - W. E. Frederic, presidnet of the Merchants and Marine Bank, died here today, after a long and painful illness. Captain Joseph H. Forbes, of Pascagoula, son-in-law of Mr. B.F. Scovel, died on board the American schooner Eells, on Tuesday morning at one o'clock , while the vessel was crossing Ship Island bar. Two Sons, 3 Daughters, 32 Grand, 56 Great Grand and 7 great Great Grand. Former Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd passed away Thursday after a lengthy battle with COVID. Requiescat in pace. He leaves a wife and two children who reside in Mobile, a mother, two sisters and one brother reside here, and a sister that resides at Three Rivers, Miss. Mr. Scharff is survived by a wife and his two daughters, Miss Ida Scharff of this city and Mrs. A. Bernstein of New Orleans, also by one brother, Mr. Edward Scharff of this city and Mobile. Use as a guide only. [Democrat Star - June 4, 1886] Rhodes, Rufus N. Faggard, William E. Mr. Wilson, however, was not injured. He was buried, with Masonic honors, Mr. Vanderwall was 67 years of age. His remains will be buried in the Catholic cemetery at Pascagoula tomorrow. Deceased was one of the best known residents of the Vancleave vicinity who was loved by all who knew her. WebMississippi Press obituaries and Death Notices for Pascagoula Mississippi area . Williams, Wash, Williams, George Williams, and Robbison, Nelson She was the daughter of Capt. He was presidnt of the southern Publisher' Association at the time of his death. She was a native of Seymour, and aged 40 years. Suggest Listing She was a member of the baptist church of Scranton, was a consistent Christian, and died in the faith of a believer in jesus. Mr. Westbrook was prominently known in Ocean Springs and on the coast. H. C. Walker, in the seventieth year of his age, after an illness of three months. Anthony Tyrone Lindsey Jr. allegedly was shot to death on June 3, 2021, by Jocquiez Williams, who was on parole and on house arrest at the time of the shooting, according to Lindseys family. O. Franklin, of Pascagoula, who came to this city and has beem ill about a week died at the home of his daughter, mrs. Laura Archibald, on Reynoir street yesterday morning. WebJackson County, Mississippi Death Records at MS Genealogy Trails. Captain Castanera was a member of the Catholic Church. Mrs. George T. Clifford died yesterday at Gautier, Miss. Mr. Orrell was between seventy and eighty years of age and had been in poor health for some time. Interment will be made today at 2 o'clock in the McPhelah cemetery between Moss Point and Pascagoula. Burial will be in Mt. Mississippi Press, September 2002 - Betty R Marshall He became convinced of the possibilities of the selected pecan nut and originated the famous Pabst pecan and started the pecan industry in Ocean Springs. Jackson County Resident Dead He is survived by his wife and a brother, L. B. Mosely, of Jackson, Miss. Prof. Montamat was well known in music circles, being a piano tuner and composer, several of his pieces are excellent and popular. He removed from this place twelve years ago, going to Pascagoula, Miss., where he resided until four years ago, when he moved to New Orleans for medical treatment, taking up his residence with his daughter. He leaves three sons and three daughters, all of whom are grown. [Times-Picayune, August 11, 1867 - Transcribed by AFOFG] Pascagoula, Miss., May 24. Mrs. Chris Nelson, aged 68, died here yesterday after a short illness. Old and Respected Coast Citizen Dead The funeral took place this afternoon at 4 o'clock at Macpelah cemetery, the Rev. Walker, Mrs. Rose W. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the late residence on Washington Avenue under the auspices of the Masonic fraternity, assisted by the Rev. Saucier, David 1020 did not have a singular plan to address the crime in Jackson. Mrs. W. Walker, aged 23 years, of Pascagoula, died this morning at 6 o'clock in an infirmary in Mobile. He will be buried at West Pascagoula tomorrow alongside of his mother. Webgun deaths in Mississippi, including 64 children and teens (ages 0-19) 52% Homicides comprised more than half of all gun deaths 43% Suicides comprised more than 2/5 of all gun deaths 84% of gun death victims were male 2nd highest gun death rate in the country in 2019 GUN DEATHS BY INTENT, 2019 [Times-Picayune, March 31, 1892 - Transcribed by AFOFG] - This afternoon Jos. The remains were taken to Vancleave this afternoon where the funeral was held. Silveran Budro, an old negro creole, died last Saturday between this place and Moss Point. [Daily Herald [Biloxi, Mississippi], Page 3, June 1, 1938 - Transcribed By AFOFG] County Office is not affiliated with any government agency. J. R. Meunier and his company from Biloxi belonged, died in 1917 from pneumonia while stationed in France. - In the passing og Captain Charles G. Johnson Pascagoula has lost one of her most estimable citizens. The deceased was the son of Helaire Krebs and Irene Berluchause, and born May 18, 1819, at Pascagoula, Miss., and married at the same place on April 29, 1839, Miss Marie Louis Krebs. Chanteraut, Antoine Father Gunn, bishop of the Natchez diocese, conducted the ceremony. The Mississippi Capitol dome serves as a backdrop as city of Jackson, Miss., employees clear a tree fallen from the property surrounding the governor's mansion Friday, March 3, 2023. Pickett, Mrs. B. H. The services will be conducted by Dr. Felix R. Hill and the interment will be in Evergreen cemetery. The body will be taken to Pascagoula for burial. WebDobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, No. Contact Information. On August 15, 2022, the Jackson County Board of Supervisors adopted the Redistricting of Supervisor, Election Commissioner, Justice He is survived by three daughters and three sons residing in bayou La Batre, Ala., Pascagoula and Biloxi, besides other relatives. Guillotte, Mrs. A. C. Genweb [Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX), Part II, Page 6, November 15, 1950 - Transcribed by AFOFG] His remains were taken to New Orleans for interment. Mississippi Death Records at MS Genealogy Trails The funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock with services by the Rev. speacial says: Tonight about 8 o,clock, during prayer meeting services at the Prebstyerian church, someone fired a shot into the congregation through the front door of the building and instantly killed Mr. Dan R. McInnis and mortally wounded his little daughter, Miss Nellie. care after abscess incision and drainage, ceo of honda net worth,

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