Manning, Thad

 

Mr. Thad Manning of Edgecombe died Friday last of hemorrhagic fever, aged about 32 years.  He lived about six miles from Tarboro, and left a young wife to whom he had been married only about six months.

Transcription from the newspaper, The Commonwealth, Scotland Neck, North Carolina, 2 December 1897, found on the website, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov), accessed 15 February 2021.   

Manning, Thomas

 

DIED, Near Kingsboro’, in this County, on the morning of the 10th inst., of Typhoid Pneumonia, Mr. THOMAS MANNING, in the 53rd year of his age.

Transcription from the newspaper, The Tarboro Southerner, Tarboro, North Carolina, 9 December 1869, found on the website, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov), accessed 19 March 2021.   

Martin, Victoria

 

Mrs. Victoria Martin, for years post-mistress of Tarboro, died Monday morning of heart disease, aged sixty-nine years. 

Surviving is one daughter, Mrs. Carstarphen of Williamston, and four sons, Wheeler, Frank, Watts and Joe.

Transcription from the newspaper, Goldsboro Semi-Weekly Argus, Goldsboro, North Carolina, 28 August 1909, found on the website, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov), accessed 14 March 2021.   

Morris, Henry

 

Mr. Henry Morris, one of Tarboro’s best citizens, died at his home there Thursday night, 13th, aged 57 years.  He was a fine business man, had held prominent positions in his town and community; and while mayor of Tarboro he was sent to Charleston with money from his town for earth-quake sufferers and it was said he was the first to arrive there with help.  It was largely through his efforts and influence that the new Jewish synagogue was built in Tarboro last year.  His remains were carried to Richmond for interment.

Transcription from the newspaper, The Commonwealth, Scotland Neck, North Carolina, 20 May 1897, found on the website, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov), accessed 12 February 2021.   

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