FANNIE ST CLARE MAUD DAVIE
W J DAVIE
Congestion of Lungs
Causes Death of Mrs. Davie Near Beverly
Mrs. Cornelia Davie, widow of the late M. D. Davie, died at her home near Beverly Sunday afternoon of congestion of the lungs. She was about 70 years old and had only been sick ten days. Deceased had been a member of Liberty Christian church for many years and was a lady held in the highest esteem by a large circle of friends. The funeral was preached at her late residence yesterday by Elder T. D. Moore, of this city, and the interment followed at the Davie burying ground, at Old Genoa.
Hopkinsville Kentuckian Nov 1900
FANNIE ST CLARE MAUD DAVID
Fannie St. Clare Maud, infant daughter of E.S. and Bettie L. Davie was born in Marion Co., Fla., Feb 12, 1885, died at M.D. Davie's, this county, Jan 10th 1887, of bronchitis.
Scarcely two years old, yet a home is made desolate without her, and two hearts yearn for her presence. She was but a babe, yet we all grieve that her young spirit has fled. But a babewields a scepter mightier than the sword, the scepter of love and innocence. But while we grieve for little Fannie, the angels are rejoicing and weaving a crown for that little head which she shall wear gthrough all eternity.
Hopkinsville New Era Jan 1887
W J DAVIE
Death of W.J. Davie
Mr. W.J. Davie died at his home in this county Monday night, in the 63rd year of his age. He was one of our best known citizens. At different periods of his life he has been prominently connected with the politics of our county and state, and his death is a great loss to the community in which he lived. He will be buried this afternoon.
Hopkinsville New Era
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