Barlow, Mrs. C.E.
Fredericksburg, VA., November 16 - Mrs. C.E. Barlow died at her home in Caroline County a few days ago in the 79th year. [Richmond Times-Dispatch.(Richmond, Va.), November 17, 1918, Page 7]
Beasley, Robert T.
BOWLING GREEN, VA., December 1. - Robert T. Beasley, aged seventy-one, who died at his home here on Thursday, was buried in Lakewood Cemetery this morning at 11 ' clock, funeral services being conducted at the grave by Rev. S. B. Overton. Besides his wife, he leaves several brothers. [Richmond Times Dispatch (2 Dec. 1917) Transcribed by FoFG MZ]
Boykin, William J.
Died - At Concord Academy, about three days since, Master William J. Boykin, of Isle-of-Wight, in the 17th year of his age. While in the Academy, he chanced to mount a chair to get some wadding for a gun he held in his hand, but unfortunately the hammer struck the chair, and the charge instantly exploded, wounding him mortally in the side and abdomen. He survived two hours. He was an orphan, of large fortune, and promised well. His remains were conveyed from the Academy to Richmond, and thence in the steamboat on Wednesday to the family burial place near Jamestown. ["American Beacon and Norfolk and Portsmouth Daily Advertiser" (Norfolk, VA), 29 Mar 1839; Submitted by: Steve Watty who adds that his middle name was "Joseph"]
THEY PICKLED HIM – The Body of a Confederate Veteran, Who Had Mysteriously Disappeared, Found in Barrells of Brine Fredericksburg, Va., Aug. 21 – Dallas Bruce, a white citizen of Caroline county, living some twenty-five miles from here, disappeared at the Confederate reunion in Richmond, July 1. He was known to have some $400 on his person. He was separated from his wife and had been living with a colored woman in his neighborhood. Wednesday afternoon late his body was found in some pickle barrels at the negro woman’s house. The body had been cut out pieces and a piece put in each of several barrels and pickles put on the top and strong brine over the whole. The pieces of the body were in sufficiently good condition to be clearly identified. [Source: Vernon Courier, Lamar County AL, August 27, 1896. Submitted by VM]
Died, on Wednesday the 10th of April, at his residence in the county of Caroline, Mr. Matthew Campbell, aged 71 years. But few men have filled the different relations of life with more honor to himself and family than the deceased....... [Richmond Enquirer - May 3, 1833]
Died, on Wednesday the 10th April, at his residence in the county of Caroline, Mr. Nathan Campbell, aged 71 years. But a few men have filled the different relations of life with more honor to himself and family than the deceased. (eulogy omitted) [Richmond Enquirer - April 23, 1833]
Corbin, Mr. Francis
Of the Reeds, Caroline County, whose death was announced in the last Enquirer, was a gentleman of fine education, of extensive reading, and most sociable manners. He was a member of the Virginia Convention for adopting the Federal Constitution, a member of the Virginia Legislature, and a gentleman who at all seasons of his life had turned his attention to the study of politics. He had seen much of life, had read much, thought much, was full of anecdote, acquainted with many of the first men in this county and an agreeable companion. He has left a family to lament his loss. An Acquaintance [Richmond Enquirer, June 5, 1821 - submitted by Frances Cooley]
Nov., 1835 - In Caroline co., aged about 48, John Dickenson, an eminent lawyer. ["Historical Collections of Virginia" by Henry Lowe, Babcock & Company, Charleston, S.C., 1845. p. 406-407; submitted by Robyn Greenlund]
Capt. Robert Fleming, of Caroline county, one of the representatives in Assembly, died last week. [Feb. 10, 1737-38, Virginia Gazette]
Harrison, Martha Ann
Departed this life, on Thursday, the 6th of September, at the house of Mr. Henry McClung of Staunton, Mrs. Martha Ann Harrison, the wife of Capt. Wm. Harrison of Caroline county, in the 30th year of her age, after a protracted illness of several months, leaving so affectionate husband, and two interesting little children, to bemoan their irreparable bereavement. Mrs. Harrison had been laboring for many months under that most afflicting disease, consumption. She was induced, through the advice of her physician, to undertake a trip to the Red Sulphur Springs, with the hope of arresting her disease. After much pain and suffering, she reached Staunton on the 12th of August, where she lingered until death put an end to her suffering. Mrs. Harrison had never joined any church, but had long enjoyed the consoling belief, that the medintorial sacrifice of a Saviour had made her peace with her Maker. She said to the writer of this, but a day or two before her death, that though she should "pass through the valley and shadow of death," she would "fear no evil." She was frequently engaged in solemn appeals to a throne of grace-saying (euolgy continues - no other names mentioned). [The Richmond Enquirer, October 5, 1838 - Submitted by Dena Whitesell]
Haslop, Walker W
St Louisville Hotel Man Called By Death
Walker W Haslop, aged 72 years, for many years proprietor of he Haslop hotel at St Louisville, died this morning at 5:15 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs Samuel Imhoff, Jr, 9 North Fifth street. Mr Haslop has been ill for several months with a complication of ailments. He was born August 26 1849 in Caroline county, Virginia. Since the death of his wife ten years ago he had made Newark his home and prior to that was engaged in business in St. Louisville. Surviving are two daughters Mrs Samuel Imhoff Jr and Miss Addie Leshe of Elmwood avenue and one grandson, Charles L Haslop of Mill street. A twin brother, Joseph Haslop of Newark survives. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon in the Baptist church in St Louisville. Rev Mr Porter will officiate and burial will be made in Barnes cemetery. [Newark Advocate, Newark, Ohio, April 28 1921 Submitted by Kathy Stanley]
Huntington, General Jedediah
Huntington, General Jedediah died Oct 9th, age 79 at New London. He was a Revolutionary officer. [The Lynchburg Press & Public Advertiser, Oct. 12, 1818 page 3 column 2]
Saunders, Julia A.
Mrs. Julia A. Saunders, of Caroline county, died april 12th, aged 53 years. [The Free Lance. (Fredericksburg, Va.), 17 April 1909]
Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth
Died in Caroline Co.. the 5 inst., Mrs. Elizabeth THOMAS, wife of Mr. James THOMAS. Sen., in her 80th year, leaving a husband and four children. (N.S. v. 2. no. 20. 18 May 1848. p. 79.) [Source: Abstract Obituary Notices from the Virginia Conference Sentinel and Richmond Advocate, pub in "Magazine of Virginia Genealogy" by The Virginia Genealogical Society Volume 23 February 1985 Number 1. Sub. by K.T.]
Alexandria, Va., May 12. - Miss Laura Thorpe, an old citizen, died last night at her home, 529 South Alfred Street. She was a native of Caroline county. [Richmond Times Dispatch (13 May 1910) Tr. by FoFG MZ]
Thorton, Col. Anthony
Thorton, Col. Anthony, of Harrrison Co., died 2 Jan., aged 81. He was formerly a resident of Caroline Co., Va. , but for the past 20 years has been a resident of Kentucky . He was an active officer in the Revolution, and took part in the first and last scenes--was with Lafayette in his masterly retreat through Virginia , and at the capitulation of York , when Cornwallis surrendered his sword to Washington . Since then he has pursued the occupation of farmer. (9 Jan.) [Source: Vital Statistics from the National Intelligencer, by George A. Martin, (1829) transcribed by Liz Dellinger ]
On Sunday last was se'enight died, of the gout, at his house in Caroline county, Mr. Benjamin Walker, who had practiced in law several years in the county courts, in which he arrived to a degree of eminence, and at the last general court was admitted to plead there. [Sept 8, 1738., Virginia Gazette]
Died, the 12th inst.. at the house of her brother-in-law. Geo. T. TARWATER. in the city of Camden, in her 19th year. Martha Aurelia WINFIELD. daughter of the late Joel T. and Elizabeth WINFIELD of Fayette Co., Tennessee. (N.S. v. 2, no. 35, 31 August 1848. p. 139.) [Source: Abstract Obituary Notices from the Virginia Conference Sentinel and Richmond Advocate, pub in "Magazine of Virginia Genealogy" by The Virginia Genealogical Society Volume 23 February 1985 Number 1. - Sub. by K.T.]
Wright, Mary A.
Died, 5 June, Mary A. WRIGHT, daughter of Bennett WRIGHT, dec'd, and Ann J. WRIGHT, in her 16th year, at the residence of her mother in Caroline County. Sisters survive. (N.S. v. 2, no. 41, 12 October 1848, p. 164.) [Source: Abstract Obituary Notices from the VA Conference Sentinel and Richmond Advocate, pub in "Magazine of Virginia Genealogy" by The VA Genealogical Society Vol. 23 February 1985 # 1. Sub. by KT]
Died in Caroline Co., 19 May, Martha WYATT, consort of Wm. R.B. WYATT, and daughter of Robert and Ann SCOTT, born 22 Dec. 1814. Her parents and most of her brothers and sisters were present at the end. Two sons, Richard and Joseph, are mentioned. The two youngest of her children were committed to the care of her sisters. Besides four sisters, the dec'd had lost a son and daughter, and she is buried beside these children on the banks of the Pamunky River where the undersigned preached her funeral. (Signed) Henry M. LINNEY. The South-Western Christian Advocate please copy. (N.S. v. 1, no. 22, 3 June 1847, p. 88.) [Source: Abstract Obituary Notices from the Virginia Conference Sentinel and Richmond Advocate, pub in "Magazine of Virginia Genealogy" by The VA Genealogical Society Vol. 23 Feb. 1985 #1. -- Sub. by KT]
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