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Mrs. Allemand

   After a long and painful illness, which she bore most patiently, Mrs. Elvina Allemand, wife of Mr. J. E. Allemand, passed away at her home in this city yesterday afternoon.
   Mrs. Allemand was a native of Switzerland. She came to this city with her family about two years ago. She was a refined and estimable lady and in her short residence among us had made many friends who join her bereaved relatives in sorrow in her passing away.
   The funeral services was held this afternoon at 4 o’clock from the residence and were conducted by Rev. J. M. Gross. The following were the pallbearers: Messrs. Belcher, Davies, TenEyck, Stokes, J. C. Smith and Dr. Sheppard.
   Interment was made in Greenwood cemetery. McIver & MacKay had charg of the arrangements. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 5-25-1915

   Little Sarah Elizabeth, the fourteen months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burnett, died at 9 o’clock this morning. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 11-30-1900


   The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Burnett’s baby was held Tuesday morning and the body will be buried beside the graves of his little brothers and sisters in the Greenwood Cemetery.
   Mr. and Mrs. Burnett have the heartfelt sympathy of everyone in their sore affliction.

Death Invades The Home of Mr. Jerry Burnett

   God, in His infinite wisdom, has seen fit to take from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burnett their brightest dower and idol of their hearts, and sore and desolate are these sorrowing parents. For several days before the end it was feared that the little life was to be cut short, but the fond and parents devotedly and patiently waited on their baby and all that mortals could possibly do was done for the little one, but to no avail.
   The little boy, Arthur Earl, was nearly one year old and had already wound himself tightly around the heartstrings of his parents and it seemed as though they could not give him up. This moment the little life was there and the next, death had silently entered and taken the little spirit back to the God who gave it
   Seven times has the death angel entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, each time carrying away with him one of their children. Truly the ways of Providence are inscrutable and in the midst of life we are in death. Source: Ocala Banner: 11-6-08


Funeral Services of Mrs. Fort

 The funeral services of Mrs. James Fort, who died Saturday noon, were held Sunday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jordan. Rev. Smith Hardin conducted the services, which were attended by many who were deeply grieved by the sudden and unexpected death of their friend. The remains were laid to rest in Greenwood. Jordan and Company had charge of the arrangements. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 3-17-1919

The Pall Bearers at Mrs. John P. Galloway’s funeral were Messrs. O. T. Green, R. O. Conner, Henry Livingston, G. L. Taylor, A. C. Fort and F. E. Harris. Those who served in the same capacity at the funeral of Mr. B. J. Culverhouse were Messrs. P. V. Leavengood, O. J. Brigance, R. R. Carroll, George McGahagin, H. C. Jones and J. H. Spencer. Rev. G. H. Harrison officiated. The flowers that decorated the graves of the departed were profuse and strewn with loving hands. Mrs. Galloways’s remains were interred in Greenwood Cemetery and those of Mr. Culverhouse in the annex to Greenwood Cemetery. Both funerals were largely attended. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 6-17-08

Crossed The River

   Mrs. L. N. Green, who has been in feeble health for a long time, died this morning at the home of Mrs. L. M. Green in the first ward at 5 o’clock. She has been a patient sufferer. She was a most estimable lady and a woman of high Christian character.
   The funeral service will take place at her late residence tomorrow morning at 9:30. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 5-4-03

Samuel E. Green

Samuel E. Green, aged 28 years, and son of Major and Mrs. F. R. Green, of this city, died Sunday night at the home of his parents on Ocklawaha avenue, and was buried Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Greenwood Cemetery, Rev. Howard Dutill conducting the funeral rites.. Mr Green was born in Kansas City, Mo., and has lived in Florida for the past seventeen years, and in Ocala for seven months, during which time he has been confined to his bed. He was a great suferer, but was always cheerful and uncomplaining, and died happy in the hope in the better land. He leaves a wife and one little child. He was a member of the Methodist church and a devout Christian. The community sympathizes with the young wife and aged parents. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 1-21-1902

C. R. Hendricks

Mr. C. R. Hendricks, after a lingering illness, died last night. Deceased has been a citizen of this city for a number of years and won an enviable record as an upright, fair and honorable man. He came to Florida from Georgia and had been engaged in the grocery business in this city during the past several years. He was a pleasant gentleman and had made many friends here who will regret to hear of his death. He leaves a wife, daughter and several sons, to mourn his death. He was sixty years of age. The funeral services will take place this afternoon from the family residence and interment will be made in Greenwood Annex Cemetery. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 8-12-1908

Death of a Little Girl

Little Elizabeth Kates, aged five years, died at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Simmons on North Main Street, during Friday night. The little girl had been sick with typhoid fever, but had gotten well and had come to this city to visit her aunt. She had a relapse and her parents were sent for from their home in South Florida, but they arrived just two hours after the death of their little daughter. She was a bright little child and will be sorely missed by her parents and little friends. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the residence of Mrs. Simmons and the little body was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery. Rev. C. C. Carol performed the last sad rites at the house and at the grave. Source: Ocala Banner:11-13-08

S. S. Knight

The Star regrets to report the death of another of our old citizens, Mr. S. S. Knight, who passed away at his home near Oklawaha Sunday. Mr. Knight lived in Ocala quite awhile and raised a large family of girls and boys. Mrs. H. P. Bitting, of this city is one of his daughters and Mrs. George Batts another. A few years ago, the family removed to the south end of the county, near the river.

Mr. Knight’s remains will be interred in Greenwood annex this afternoon, Rev. G. W. White, officiating. McIver & MacKay have charge of the arrangements. We will try to give a more complete report tomorrow. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 7-7-1920

Death of Edna Earle Little…Edna Earle the eight year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Little died Wednesday morning at 1:00 o’clock of Scarlet Fever. She was taken sick on Sunday night , but was not considered dangerously ill until Tuesday afternoon. Edna Earle was a bright little girl, a member of the Methodist Sunday School and Junior Epworth League. The funeral took place at Greenwood Cemetery and the services were conducted by Reverend W. H. Coleman of the Christian Church. To the sorrowing parents The Ocala Banner extends its deepest sympathy. Source: Ocala Banner: 1-4-1901   

Death of Johnny Liddon …Johnny, the five year old child and only son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Liddon died at midnight Monday night of spinal meningitis after an illness of only a few days. Funeral took place from the residence out on the Mead place east of town at 9: 0’clock this morning and the little form was laid to rest in Greenwood Cemetery; Rev. T. J. Nixon conducting the funeral services. Mr. and Mrs. Liddon are heartbroken over the loss of their only son and a host of friends sympathize deeply with them in their great loss. Johnny was a bright and good little fellow, a member of a class in the Methodist Sunday School and will greatly missed by his little playmates and other friends. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 8-22-1900

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. LeSeur who died at the Parramore House Monday afternoon was buried Tuesday in Greenwood Cemetery. They have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement. Source: Ocala Banner: 3-31-1905

Mrs. W. M. Martin

Mrs. Annie Martin, widow of the honored old citizen, Mr. W. M. Martin, who passed away some fifteen years ago, died at her home on West Broadway yesterday evening.

Mrs. Martin, with her husband and children came to Ocala from Alabama in1885, and has made her home here ever since. She was one of those women whose beautiful spirit enabled her to grow in grace as she grew older. She was the beloved by all her knew her. She had been feeble in body but brighter in soul for the last few years as her footsteps gradually approached the boarder of the spirit land, and her passing was as peaceful as the gentle breaking of a wave upon a silver beach.

Mrs. Martin leaves to mourn, besides many friends, her son, Mr. John R. Martin of this city, who has tenderly cared for her in her declining years, and a daughter, Mrs. Alice Dowling, of Gadsden, Ala.; beside her grandchildren to whom she gave a mother’s love and care. She was a widow of a gallant Confederate soldier, and one of Ocala’s best citizens, and has been a member of the Presbyterian church ever since childhood.

The funeral arrangements are with McIver & MacKay, but the time of the final services is not known at this writing, as the relatives here are waiting to hear from Miss Eugenia Fuller, who is taking her vacation at Creaser’s Head, S. C. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 8-2-1919


Funeral of Mrs. Martin

The remains of the Lamented Mrs. W. M. Martin were laid to rest Sunday morning in Greenwood by the side of her husband who preceded her some fifteen years. The last services were held at the grave and were attended by many of the friends who the good lady made during her long and useful life in Ocala. Rev. C. M. Brittain conducted the services. The pall bearers were Messrs. J. T. Lancaster, S. T. Sistrunk, A. C. Cobb, D. E. McIver, R. A. Sandifer and J. P. Galloway. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 8-4-1919

Victor L. Martinot

McIver & MacKay this morning received from Miss Marguerite Martinot, Ashville, N. C., a telegram announcing the death of her brother Victor at that place last night at midnight.

Victor martinet was brought up in Ocala and is well known to all the older residents. He was a quiet, studious young man, a fine musician and much given to the study of literature and poetry, writing not a few excellent  verses himself. He made a great many friends, who will regret sincerely to hear of his early death.

Miss Martinot will arrive at 1:05 p. m. tomorrow with her brothers remains. The funeral services will be held at the Catholic church at 9 o’clock Friday morning, and the body of the young man will be laid to its final rest by the side of his mother in Greenwood cemetery. McIver & MacKay will have charge of the arrangements. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 7-17-1912

The funeral service for the young poet and musician, Victor Martinot, took place this morning at the Catholic church. Father Bottulacorte officiated, and many friends were present. The remains were carried to Greenwood, and laid for their final rest by the young man’s mother. McIver & MacKay had charge of the arrangements.

Victor Martinot was a clever and likable boy. He had in Ocala a town full of friends and no enemies. All deeply sympathize with his sister, Miss Marguerite Martinot, who was his constant and tender nurse during the sickness and by his death is left alone. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 7-19-12

Death Of A Child…Little Gus, fourteen months old, only child of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mathews who lived near town died last night and was buried this morning in Greenwood Cemetery; Rev. W. H. Coleman  conducting the funeral. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 7-12-1901

Mrs. G. T. Maughs

Our city was much saddened today by the news of the death of Mrs. G. T. Maughs, who passed away at her home at Oklawaha avenue at 5 o’clock this morning.

Mrs. Maughs had lived in Ocala for some thirty years and was one of our city’s kindest and best loved women. Faithfully living up to her duties to her family and neighbors, she was one of those whose place cannot be filled.

Mrs. Maughs was Miss Elizabeth Cobb and was born in Americus, Ga., where she was married to Mr. Maughs in her young womanhood, coming to Ocala soon after. The funeral services took place at four o’clock this afternoon at the Episcopal church, of which she was a life-long member, and her remains will be laid to rest in Greenwood. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 10-15-1919

The infant daughter of Peter McIntyre died at 3 o’clock yesterday of whooping cough and was buried today by the side of her mother in Greenwood cemetery. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 3-8-1900

Death of Mrs. Meeker

Mrs. Meeker, the beloved wife of Capt. H. W. Meeker, of Homosassa, died at their home at that place last Wednesday night.

The deceased was over seventy years of age and has been ill for many months. She was a devoted wife and mother and her death is greatly deplored. We extend our sympathies to the bereaved ones.

The funeral was held in this city Friday morning, soon after the Homosassa train arrived. The remains were laid to rest in Greenwood cemetery by the side of her daughter. Source: Ocala Banner: 6-30-1905

Mrs. Miller Passes Away 

    Mrs. Margaret Robinson Miller, wife of the late Hon. Hugh E. Miller, died at her home in the first ward at 7 o’clock last evening, after an illness of about four months, in her 45th year. For the past two or three weeks Mrs. Miller’s death has been only a matter of time. She suffered greatly and was unconscious at times. She was fully reconciled to her fate and was prepared and willing to die.. About two weeks ago she said to her mother that she was quite happy and felt like she was prepared to go.
    Mrs. Miller was a member of the Methodist church, was raised in that faith and has lived a beautiful Christian life. She came to Ocala from Texas with her parents when two years old, and was married in this city to the late Hugh Miller about 25 years ago. She leaves her aged mother, Mrs. Cappleman, who made her home with the family, two sisters, Mrs. F. N. Foy, of this city, and Mrs. John A. Bishop, of Clearwater, and three sons, J. C., Robert and Wilber Miller, all of whom were at the bed-side when her spirit took its flight.
    The funeral took place this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock from the residence and was conducted jointly by Rev. Howard Dutill, of the Methodist and Rev. R. H. Morris, of the Presbyterian church. The remains were interred in Greenwood Cemetery beside those of the husband who has gone before.
    Mrs. Miller’s life was a most active and useful one. She was greatly respected and much loved for her many deeds of kindness and Christian charity. She was a woman of an unusually cultured mind and was accomplished in many of the arts that go to make the ideal home life. The Star extends its deepest sympathy to the bereaved family. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 1-30-1902


Mrs. Pacetti

 The friends of Mrs. Rachel Pacetti, will be grieved to learn of her death, which occurred at her home last night at 8 o’clock, after an illness of several months. Mrs. Pacetti was a member of the Presbyterian church. She was a devoted Christian and loving mother. She leaves her husband and three little children, two girls and a boy. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 4 o’clock from the residence, 230 Daugherty street. Rev. W. F. Creson will conduct the services. The following gentlemen will act as Paul bearers: Baxter Carn, W. L. Colbert, W. A. Penland, H. D. Stokes. Interment will be made in Greenwood Annex. Sam R. Pyles & Co., have charge of the arrangements. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 6-3-1922


Died of Diphtheria

   Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Price, of McIntosh, lost their little boy, two years old, of diphtheria, a few days ago and their little daughter is expected to die, from the same disease. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 1-8-1901
   The infant daughter of Peter McIntyre died at 3 o’clock yesterday of whooping cough and was buried today by the side of her mother in Greenwood cemetery. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 3-8-1900

Death of a Little Girl

Edna, the sweet little six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pelot, died at 6:15 Wednesday morning, of quinsy sore throat, after a few days of suffering. The funeral was held from the residence at 3:00 Wednesday afternoon and the little body was laid to rest in Greenwood Cemetery. Rev. L. B. Warren conducted the services, which were private. Little Edna was a winsome child, loved by all who knew her and idolized by her parents, sisters and brothers. The Star and their other friends sympathize deeply with the family in the loss of their little darling. Ocala Evening Star: 11-12-1903

Little One At Rest

There was laid to rest at Greenwood Cemetery a few days ago the little eighteen months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Randall of Connor.

It had won its way into the affections of its fond parents, and its death leaves a grave in their hearts that time can never obliterate…Source: Ocala Banner: 9-17-1909 

Frank Sheffield

 Mr. Frank Shefield, a well-known old gentleman who made his home out on the Anthony road, died this morning. Mr. Sheffield leaves a widow, who was with him, and a son and daughter in the north. The funeral arrangements will not be made until they are heard from. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 10-23-1917


 Mr. Sheffield’s Funeral

 The remains of the late Mr. Frank Sheffield will be buried in Greenwood tomorrow afternoon. The services will take place at McIver & MacKay’s chapel at 2 o’clock. Mr. Sheffield’s daughter has arrived from Denver, Colo., to attend the funeral. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 10-29-1917

The funeral services of Gordon Sinclair took place this afternoon at 3:30 o’clock at the residence of J. B. Carlisle. The services were conducted by Rev. W. H. Dodge assisted by Rev. Bunyan Stephens. Interment was made in Greenwood cemetery. The pall bearers were Messrs. J. P. Galloway, A. J. Beck, T. O. Connor, C. E. Nelson, Joseph Bell and H. A. Waterman. Messrs. McIver & MacKay had charge of the arrangements. Source: Ocala Evening Star: 1-7-1914

Funeral of Mr. Stone

The funeral services of the late Captain Spencer C. Stone were held Sunday afternoon from his late residence on South Lime Street. Rev. Sam White of the Christian church officiated at the funeral and  paid a very glowing tribute to the departed. The Masons then took charge of the body and according to the beautiful ritual of that lodge laid it away to its last resting place in beautiful Greenwood Cemetery. The funeral was largely attended by friends of the deceased, who had come to pay their last tribute to the deceased. Requiescat in pacem. Source: Ocala Banner: 12-22-1905/

Mrs. Teague’s Funeral

The funeral services will be held at the residence of Mr. Frank A. Teague, on Ft. King Avenue at 10 o’clock tomorrow (Friday) morning. Rev. C. C. Carroll, pastor of the Baptist church, assisted by the Rev. G. H. Harrison, Pastor of Grace Episcopal church, will preach the funeral and the burial arrangements will be conducted by Messrs. McIver & MacKay. Interment will take place in Greenwood Cemetery. Oes 2-6-1908

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