HINTON, Samuel – (d. 1802)

DIED – At his father’s house, in the vicinity of this city, Mr. Samuel HINTON, son of Major John HINTON.  This deserving young man had long lingered under the pressure of a consumptive disease, which baffled medical skill, and rendered the unremitted attention of maternal and fraternal love unavailing, fe<…>ing only to make easy the certain approach of death.  He was esteemed a young man of promising talents, and his death is regretted as a loss to that society which his early connect promised to adorn.

Source: Raleigh Register & North Carolina Weekly Advertiser, January 26, 1802.

YEARBY, L.M. (d. 1878)

L.M. YEARBY, of Raleigh, was found dead in his bed last Friday morning. He had been unwell for some time, but his death at the time was unexpected. An autopsy revealed that he died of heart disease.

Source:  Washington Post, September 9, 1878. 

WHITE, Haywood (d. 1800)

DIED — In this city, on Thursday evening, after an illness of a few days, to the great grief of his parents, Haywood, the only son of William WHITE, Esqr., Secretary of this State – a promising boy in the seventh year of his age.

Source: Raleigh Register and Weekly Advertiser, 8 April 1800, pg 3.

BEIRNE, Charles (Mrs.) – (d. 1880)

Title: Died

Mrs. Charles BEIRNE died Sunday night.  She lived on east Hargett street, near Camp Russell.  She was a laundress of the troops here for many years, and will, at her own request, be buried at the National Cemetery, at noon today, Rev. Dr. M.M. MARSHALL conducting the services. 

Source: Raleigh News and Observer. 14 Sep 1880. pg. 3.

LACY, Mary R. – (d. 1880)

Title: Death of Mrs. Mary R. Lacy

Though such an event was not unexpected, the many friends of Mrs. Mary R. LACY were greatly pained on yesterday to learn that their worst fears were realized, and that she had died in Baltimore on Wednesday night, at 9 o’clock.  Only one week ago she went to that city to consult with physicians as to her failing health, and soon after her arrival the worst symptoms developed in her case.  It is not our purpose to write a full tribute to the memory of this noble Christian woman, whose life has been one of such eminent usefulness.  Our whole community, and numbers of persons in our State, know of her great Christian worth and influence in her church and as an educator of the young.

Mrs. LUCY was the eldest daughter of the late eminent divine, Dr. Benjamin RICE of Princeton, New Jersey.  She was born in Virginia, and was in the sixty-first year of her age.  As soon as her death was known here the exercises at Peace Institute were suspended.  She had long been an honored and important member of the corps of teachers of that school.  Her remains are expected to arrive here this evening at 8 o’clock, on the Raleigh and Gaston train, accompanied by her children, and will be taken to Peace Institute.  The funeral services will take place tomorrow from the Peace Institute, the hour of which will be announced hereafter.

Source: Raleigh News and Observer, 17 September 1880. Page 3.

CARTER, Lucinda – (d. 1880)

DIED – at her residence on Lenoir street, at 11:30 o’clock last night, Mrs. Lucinda CARTER, aged 63 years.  She had been sick and confined to her bed nearly eight years.  She was a member of the First Methodist church, and her funeral will be held therefrom.

Source: Raleigh News and Observer, 16 September 1880. Page 3.

DENTON, Martha A. – (d. 1880)

Died, at 8:05 o’clock p.m. yesterday, Mrs. Martha A. DENTON, wife of N.V. DENTON, aged 41 years.  The funeral services will take place at the Salisbury Street Baptist Church tomorrow (Friday) morning, at 10 o’clock.

Source: Raleigh News and Observer, 16 September 1880. Page 3.