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Tarrant County TXGenWeb - Obituaries and Death Notices



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Obituaries and Death Notices
From Fort Worth Area Newspapers


1880-81 Death Notices From Fort Worth Daily Democrat
1881-83 Death Notices Fort Worth Democrat-Advance & Fort Worth Gazette
1883 Death Notices From Fort Worth Gazette & Fort Worth Dailey Gazette
1884 Death Notices From Fort Worth Gazette
1920 Death Notices From unknown newspaper
Mrs. Catherine Beselder Pioneer Resident
George D. Bond, MD A graduate of Vanderbilt University
Isaac Walter Bowling Retired cable splicer
Albert Anderson Bridges Active member of R. E. Lee Camp, UCV
Rev. E. T. Bridges Retired Methodist minister
Samuel Burk Burnet Texas Pioneer Cowman
Mrs. Hilda T. Burroughs Wife of Postmaster
Dr. William Paxton Burts Pioneer Physician
Walter B. Cayce Retired president of South Fort Worth State Bank
Mrs. Sarah M. Chambers Her husband prominent in public and business affairs
Ira C. Chase, MD Experimented with x-ray
Alton Chism 2 year old child, accidentally shot and killed by his uncle
John B. Cummins, MD Oldest practicing physician in the United States
Dr. I. M. Darter One of the old citizens of Fort Worth
Mrs. H. G. Deering Aged 53 years
Arthur Seeley Dingee Long time Fort Worth grocer
Judge Constant Dodson A Good Man Gone
Sidney M. Doge Public School Teacher
W. A. Duringer, MD A physician of wide reputation
Captain Samuel Evans He was a gallant Conderate Soldier.
E. W. Farmer Pioneer Texas cattleman
Julian Feild, MD Was educated in a box shanty
Mrs. Sarah D. Henderson Resident for many years
Captain George Bird Holland Texas Pioneer - Confederate Veteran
Colonel Henry Clay Holloway Stockyard Promoter
John B. Laneri Well known business leader
Alfred P. Luckett An old and highly respected citizen of Fort Worth
John Miller Infant son of Daniel and Louisa
J. T. Morgan West Texas pioneer
William Pannill Employee of Swift Packing Company
Mrs. Florence Peak Oldest Resident in City, Wife of First Physician
Mrs. J. H. Prewett Estimable Woman Dead
Leopold Hiram Reeves, MD His contributions to medicine were innumerable.
Colonel J.E. Roundtree Member of the Masonic Fraternity for 45 years.
Jefferson & Mary E. Sauder Married for more than half a century.
Bacon Saunders, MD Founding member of the Texas Surgical Society.
Winfield Scott Cattleman and Capitalist
John B. Slaughter Pioneer Texas Cattleman and Indian Fighter
Colonel John Peter Smith The Father of Fort Worth
Holman Taylor, MD Grand Old Man of Texas Medicine
Elijah Lennie Therrell an employe of Kemble Brothers Furniture Company
Mrs. Fannie Therrell Survived by three daughters and two sons
Johnnie Elmer Therrell
Mariah Traylor First to be buried in Ford Cemetery
Rowan H. Tucker Veteran in County and City Politics
Isaac L. Van Zandt, MD Ambassador from the Republic of Texas to Washington
Lt. Dan Vaughn Veteran of Confederacy and Pioneer Settler
W.T. Waggoner Fort Worth Capitalist
Gibbs F. Walls Retired farmer
D. M. Williford Royal Arch Mason
John Frank Wright Survived by wife and three children
Jesse Zane-Cetti Builder of T&P Railroad into Fort Worth

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