Newspaper Abstracts, Mississippi

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  • The Mississippi Free Trader, Natchez, Mississippi, 31 Oct 1837, p 3
    Died, in this city, on Sunday, the 22d inst., at the residence of Mrs. Davis, Mr. Porter Sacket, a native of New York, and for the last eighteen months a resident of this place, during which time, he had, by his gentlemanly deportment, his suavity of manners, his nice sense of honor, his generosity of soul, and all those qualities which dignify and ennoble the human character, endeared him to a large and numerous circle of acquaintances and friends, who mingle their tears and griefs with the relatives of this young man.
    It may be some gratification to his friends to know all the attention that could he rendered during his illness was administered to him by his friends.
    A. B.
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  • The Greenwood Commonwealth, Greenwood, Mississippi, 31 Jan 1964, page 1
    "Mrs. W. G. Sale Rites Saturday
    Mrs. W. G. Sale, mother of Mrs. R. G. DeLoach, and a frequent visitor in Greenwood died at her home this morning in Richmond, Va.
    Funeral services will be held Saturday from her home at 1201 Confederate Ave in Richmond and burial will be in Lynchburg, Va.
    Mrs. Sale is survived by two daughters, Mrs. DeLoach and Mrs. Johnson McRee of Richmond, Va."
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