Peculiar, Unusual, and Stranger-than-Fiction Obituaries

Introduction: Mary Harrell-Sesniak is a genealogist, author and editor with a strong technology background. In this guest blog post, Mary searches old newspapers to find odd obituaries—some of which will give you a chuckle.

Reading obits is part of the everyday life of family historians—but some are almost stranger than fiction! Here are some unusual obituaries found in the online collection of GenealogyBank’s Historical Newspaper Archives.

Untimely Death Notices

Some people die young—but more than one person has had their death reported numerous times while they were still alive!

The most famous of these was the humorist Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910), better known by his pen name “Mark Twain.” Several times in his life, Twain’s death was “greatly exaggerated,” as he was prone to say. One erroneous report occurred in 1907, when his demise was supposedly met during a dense fog while aboard H. H. Roger’s yacht.

Report of His Death (Mark Twain) Greatly Exaggerated, Baltimore American newspaper article 5 May 1907

Baltimore American (Baltimore, Maryland), 5 May 1907, page 16

Another tale was spun about American pioneer and frontiersman Daniel Boone (1734-1820), as noted in this GenealogyBank blog article: The Lessons of Daniel Boone’s Obituary: Check and Double Check. What an intricate literary fabrication the author of Boone’s obituary wove. If you read the obituary closely, he couldn’t possibly have known the details—since he reported Boone died alone:

 In this position, without a struggle, he breathed his last.

false report of the death of Daniel Boone, Providence Gazette newspaper article 19 September 1818

Providence Gazette (Providence, Rhode Island), 19 September 1818, page 3

This next obituary, from 1889, is another example of an untimely death notice.

Who would believe that an obituary could be published 18 years after a death? Perhaps Mr. Cartier’s wife needed closure—or, as the obituary mentioned, wished to silence “tongue waggers” (gossipers) who wouldn’t acknowledge that he had been lost at sea in 1871.

obituary for Justin Cartier, New York Herald newspaper article 20 May 1889

New York Herald (New York, New York), 20 May 1889, page 6

Misunderstood Diseases

Another oddity is the reporting of diseases that were not widely understood during the time period.

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Ever hear of Tourette’s syndrome, a neurological disease characterized by tics and uncontrollable outbursts of cursing? Mr. Herrington most likely was a sufferer, as his greatest fault was his extravagant use of profanity. Thank goodness he enjoyed the company of a respectable family, despite his inability to control his condition.

obittuary for William Herrington, New York Tribune newspaper article 12 December 1898

New York Tribune (New York, New York), 12 December 1898, page 3

Sleeping diseases are often linked with folklore, as in this account of the “Sleeping Beauty.” Miss Golsey passed away in 1873 after being asleep for 24 years! Her obituary indicates a comatose condition, but doesn’t explain how she took nourishment during that long time period.

obituary for Susan Caroline Golsey, Cincinnati Daily Enquirer newspaper article 9 November 1873

Cincinnati Daily Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio), 9 November 1873, page 9

Persnickety Penmanship

Some notices might have been worded better if the wordsmith had taken care to proofread the work!

I call this persnickety penmanship, an affliction many writers encounter. But the resulting mistakes can be fun to read, as in this case where an obituary reported that a woman gave a dinner for the church organ and another for the church carpet—instead of for real people. At the end, the poor wording seems to indicate that it was unusual for her to be married and to take her children to church!

article about church suppers, Watertown Daily Times newspaper article 13 August 1891

Watertown Daily Times (Watertown, New York), 13 August 1891, page 6

Here’s an obituary reporting that a cast-iron wheel exploded after a long illness! Many readers probably took a double-take until they realized the reporter intermingled news items that should have been in two separate paragraphs!

The obituary reads:

A large cast-iron wheel, revolving 900 times a minute, exploded in the city lately, after a long and painful illness.

Jersey Journal newspaper article 20 October 1890

Jersey Journal (Jersey City, New Jersey), 20 October 1890, page 2

Laughed to Death

Laughing isn’t always safe—and if you search old newspapers, you find it is an all-too-common cause of death. Searching on the phrase “Laughed to Death” in GenealogyBank’s Historical Newspaper Archives returns over 140,000 articles, including these headlines:

  • “Actors Who Slay Their Auditors—The Man Who Laughed to Death” (1877)
  • “Telling Funny Stories Fatal to a New York Woman” (1911)

Here is another example:

Laughed Herself to Death, Daily Inter Ocean newspaper article 26 December 1878

Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois), 26 December 1878, page 7

Practical Jokes

We know you can’t always believe what you read—so always look for retractions after the initial report.

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Believe it or not, this next piece describes an obituary that was printed as a practical joke.

Gus Mahler’s friends printed an obituary connecting him to a prophesy of his death on March 15. At first the joke seemed funny, but family felt it went too far. With friends like that, who needs enemies!

However, Mahler—according to his wife—was a practical joker himself, and she predicted that he would certainly get even with the jokers. Wouldn’t you like to know how he got his revenge on the pranksters?

obituary for Gus Mahler, New York Herald newspaper article 17 March 1893

New York Herald (New York, New York), 17 March 1893, page 4

If you’ve encountered any peculiar or stranger-than-fiction obituaries, please share them with us in the comments section.

Top Genealogy Websites: North Carolina Genealogy Resources for Records

It’s exciting to see the daily growth of North Carolina newspapers and genealogical resources going online.

Here are two key websites you need to be familiar with and rely upon for family history information from the “Tar Heel State”: GenealogyBank and FamilySearch.

a collage of images showing North Carolina genealogy records from GenealogyBank and FamilySearch

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GenealogyBank’s North Carolina Newspapers Collection

GenealogyBank has North Carolina newspapers covered from 1787 to Today.

Our North Carolina newspaper archives contain more than 130 newspapers to cover the history of the Southern state and its people (see the complete list at the end of this article).

Access the North Carolina newspapers with these two links:

Search North Carolina Newspaper Archives (1787 – 1993)

Search North Carolina Recent Obituaries (1988 – Current)

You can also use the nifty map below. Just click on the dots in your NC area of interest to get a popup containing the listing information for that title. Click the hyperlink in the listing to go directly to the newspaper search page. You can also get the full screen version of the map.

Searching through these North Carolina newspapers, you can pull up a news article giving all of the details about special family occasions, such as a wedding. You’ll find information about your family tree that just can’t be found anywhere else.

This 1911 wedding announcement is a good example. It gives a detailed, personal story of the couple’s wedding, as reported that day by the family to the press.

Crutchfield-Stainback wedding announcement, Charlotte Observer newspaper article 4 August 1911

Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina), 4 August 1911, page 7

We can learn about their wedding and celebrate it, now that it’s preserved online.

North Carolina Marriage Registers at FamilySearch

FamilySearch is adding to the celebration by putting up the old North Carolina marriage registers from 1762-1979 online. See: https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1726957

photo of North Carolina marriage registers available through FamilySearch

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According to FamilySearch’s website, this collection contains the “name index and images of marriage records from North Carolina county courthouses. These records include licenses, marriage applications, marriage bonds, marriage certificates, marriage packets and cohabitation registers. Currently, portions of the following counties are represented in this collection: Alamance, Alexander, Anson, Ashe, Beaufort, Bladen, Buncombe, Cabarrus, Caldwell, Camden, Carteret, Caswell, Catawba, Chatham, Cherokee, Chowan, Cleveland, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Currituck, Dare, Davidson, Davie, Duplin, Durham, Edgecombe, Forsyth, Franklin, Gaston, Gates, Granville, Halifax, Hanover, Hyde, Johnston, Lincoln, Macon, McDowell, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Northampton, Pitt, Richmond, Rowan, Surry, Wilkes. This collection is 46% complete. Additional records will be added as they are completed.”

These online NC newspapers and marriage registers are powerful genealogy research tools.

It is a great day for North Carolina genealogy!

Here is the complete list of all 133 North Carolina newspapers in GenealogyBank’s online collection.

Discover a variety of genealogy records and news stories in these 26 North Carolina newspapers:

Search recent obituary records for your relatives in these 107 North Carolina newspapers:

Click on the image below to download a printable list of the North Carolina Newspapers in GenealogyBank for your future reference. You can save to your desktop and click the individual titles to go directly to your newspaper of interest. Simply go to the file tab and click print.

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Remembering Daniel Boone, Dr. Seuss & Paul Newman with Newspapers

During this September week in American history three famous octogenarians died who had a big impact on America:

  • Daniel Boone, American explorer, died at 85 on 26 September 1820
  • Theodor Seuss Geisel (better known as “Dr. Seuss”), American children’s book author, died at 87 on 24 September 1991
  • Paul Newman, American actor, died at 83 on 26 September 2008

Newspapers are filled with obituaries and profiles that help us better understand the lives of our ancestors—and the famous people who lived during their times. The following newspaper articles about these three famous Americans are good examples.

Daniel Boone (1734-1820)

Daniel Boone, who died 26 September 1820, is one of the most famous figures in American history, a legendary frontiersman, hunter and explorer credited with opening up the area now known as Kentucky to white settlers. In his long, adventurous life, Boone was an officer in the American Revolutionary War; a captive of the Shawnees, who later adopted him into their tribe; and a successful politician, serving three terms in the Virginia General Assembly. When he died in Missouri in 1820, all of America mourned.

The St. Louis Enquirer published Boone’s obituary four days after he died. Today Daniel Boone is regarded as the quintessential American folk hero, and in this contemporary obituary we can see that he was held in high regard during his own time. When the Missouri General Assembly learned of Boone’s passing they sadly adjourned for the day, pledging to wear black armbands for 20 days as a sign of respect and mourning.

obituary for Daniel Boone, St. Louis Enquirer newspaper article 30 September 1820

St. Louis Enquirer (St. Louis, Missouri), 30 September 1820, page 3

The obituary erroneously states that Boone was 90 when he died (he was 85). It reports that up until two years before his death, Boone “was capable of great bodily activity,” and notes that “Since then the approach of death was visible, and he viewed it with the indifference of a Roman philosopher.”

Here is a profile of Daniel Boone published in 1910, burnishing his legacy and legend, calling him a “courier of civilization.”

Daniel Boone: Pathfinder, Mighty Hunter and Courier of Civilization, Oregonian newspaper article 17 April 1910

Oregonian (Portland, Oregon), 17 April 1910, section 6, page 2

The old newspaper article states: “He found more profit in the woods than in tilling the soil, and for months at a time he was away hunting beaver, otter, bear, deer, wolves and wildcats. Garbed in hunting shirt of deerskin, with leggings and moccasins of the same material, and with powder horn, bullet pouch, scalping knife and tomahawk, the world afforded him plenty. The bare ground or the bushes furnished him a bed, and the sky was his canopy. His skill with a gun or in throwing a tomahawk was marvelous. Of Indian fighting he had enough to satisfy.”

Theodor Seuss Geisel (“Dr. Seuss”) (1904-1991)

Best known as the author and illustrator of beloved children’s books, Theodor Seuss Geisel was also a novelist, poet and cartoonist. His vivid imagination, crazy rhymes, and colorful illustrations graced 46 children’s books, creating such enduring characters as “The Cat in the Hat” and “Horton” the elephant. Generations of American children grew up learning to read from such classics as The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, and Horton Hears a Who!

In this obituary, published two days after Geisel’s death on 24 September 1991, we learn how the wild animals that peopled his imagination and stories came from his childhood experiences in the zoo.

'Seuss' Author Dies in Sleep, Trenton Evening Times newspaper article 26 September 1991

Trenton Evening Times (Trenton, New Jersey), 26 September 1991, page 1

Dr. Seuss’s obituary states:

“The world of Geisel’s imagination was nourished by his childhood visits to the zoo in Springfield, Mass. He was born in Springfield on March 4, 1904, the son of Theodor R. Geisel, the superintendent of parks, and Henrietta Seuss Geisel.

“Superintendent Geisel, the son of an émigré German cavalry officer who founded a brewery in Springfield, expanded the zoo and liked to show it off to his son.

“‘I used to hang around there a lot,’ Geisel recalled in an interview. ‘They’d let me in the cage with the small lions and the small tigers, and I got chewed up every once in a while.’”

Geisel did very little merchandising of his popular characters during his lifetime—but that all changed after he died, as reported in this 1997 newspaper article.

'Cat in the Hat' Joins Commercial Scene, Register Star newspaper article 7 February 1997

Register Star (Rockford, Illinois), 7 February 1997, page 18

The newspaper article quotes Herbert Cheyette, Geisel’s longtime agent:

“Ted had been very reluctant to do it [merchandizing his characters],” he says. “His primary reaction was, ‘Why should I spend my time correcting the work of other people when I could do my own work creating new books?’ He said to me more than once, ‘You can do this after I’m dead.’

“In fact, Geisel’s death at 87 made merchandizing his characters a copyright necessity rather than a luxury; a case of use it or lose it, Cheyette says.”

Paul Newman (1925-2008)

Paul Newman was an Academy Award-winning American actor who appeared in more than 60 movies during his long career. Gifted, handsome, famous and wealthy, Newman shunned the Hollywood lifestyle and preferred his home life with his wife Joanne Woodward, to whom he was married 50 years—right up to his death. Newman also was a great philanthropist, co-founding a food company called “Newman’s Own” that donated more than $330 million to charity during his lifetime.

Paul Newman died on 26 September 2008; the following obituary was published the very next day.

obituary for Paul Newman, Sun newspaper article 27 September 2008

Sun (Lowell, Massachusetts), 27 September 2008

Newman’s obituary states:

“Newman, who shunned Hollywood life, was reluctant to give interviews and usually refused to sign autographs because he found the majesty of the act offensive, according to one friend.

“He also claimed that he never read reviews of his movies.

“‘If they’re good you get a fat head and if they’re bad you’re depressed for three weeks,’ he said.

“Off the screen, Newman had a taste for beer and was known for his practical jokes. He once had a Porsche installed in [Robert] Redford’s hallway—crushed and covered with ribbons.”

The following 1998 newspaper article reports on one of Newman’s charitable endeavors: he published a cookbook featuring favorite recipes from his famous actor friends.

What's on the Menu When Hollywood's Elite Meet to Eat, Aberdeen Daily News newspaper article 8 November 1998

Aberdeen Daily News (Aberdeen, South Dakota), 8 November 1998, page 52

The news article reports:

“But it’s not all about dropping names. Newman introduces several recipes by recounting fond memories of meals enjoyed. He also tells about his life as the only man in his house along with his actress wife, Joanne Woodward, and five daughters, and waxes poetic about his ‘relationship’ with food.”

Obituaries provide personal details about someone’s life that we can’t find elsewhere—whether they are our ancestors or famous people we’re interested in. GenealogyBank features two collections of obituaries:

Dig into these obituary archives today and see what you can discover!

The Lessons of Daniel Boone’s Obituary: Check and Double Check

Introduction: Mary Harrell-Sesniak is a genealogist, author and editor with a strong technology background. In this guest blog post, Mary points out some lessons learned from an early obituary of the American folk-hero Daniel Boone.

Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) once said: “The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated.”

Did you know that another great American character, Daniel Boone, could have said something similar? He died at the age of 85 on 26 September 1820—but his death was widely reported in 1818!

Daniel Boone obituary, Providence Gazette newspaper article, 19 September 1818

Providence Gazette (Providence, Rhode Island), 19 September 1818, page 3

The first correct death notice for Daniel Boone that I found in GenealogyBank was published on 30 September 1820, four days after his death. This was a more factual obituary than the one published in 1818, although the legendary image of Boone lying in a blind, with one eye shut and aiming his gun at a deer when death overcame him, still resonates.

Daniel Boone obituary, St. Louis Enquirer newspaper article, 30 September 1820

St. Louis Enquirer (St. Louis, Missouri), 30 September 1820, page 3

The conclusion of this obituary is fairly close to the truth: Boone remained impressively fit and active well into his later years.

conclusion of Daniel Boone's obituary, St. Louis Enquirer newspaper article, 30 September 1820

Conclusion of Daniel Boone’s obituary, St. Louis Enquirer (St. Louis, Missouri), 30 September 1820, page 3

So the lesson from Daniel Boone’s obituary is this: check and double check. Don’t be satisfied with just the first obituary you find. Keep looking for more, since that first obituary may contain exaggerations or inaccuracies—although hopefully, unlike the case of Daniel, the first obituary of your ancestor wasn’t published two years before he or she died!

Interested in finding out more about Daniel Boone, the quintessential American folk-hero, or his family history?

A search of online family trees reveals that Daniel Boone was one of at least 11 children born to Squire and Sarah (Morgan) Boone. Daniel and Rebecca (Bryan) Boone also had a number of progeny, who in turn had many children. With such a large family, you can find numerous Boone relations in your genealogy searches.

A general search of “Daniel Boone” in GenealogyBank will produce over 52,000 hits, so you may wish to limit your results by using keywords or date ranges.

GenealogyBank search box to refine search for Daniel Boone

GenealogyBank search box to refine search for Daniel Boone

Here are a few examples of Boone descendants:

Philadelphia Inquirer of 25 January 1881:

Ex-Mayor Levi D. Boone, of Chicago, died yesterday, aged seventy-three years. He was a descendant of Daniel Boone.

Dallas Morning News of 20 December 1892:

YOAKUM, Tex., Dec. 19.—Died at his residence on East Hill J. B. Boone, aged 58 years, after a lingering illness. Mr. Boone came to this city about two years ago from Hillsboro, Tex. He was buried in the city cemetery at 4 p.m. to-day. Mr. Boone was a descendant of the illustrious Daniel Boone of Kentucky, was born and lived in Louisville, Ky., until sixteen years ago when he moved to Hillsboro.

Kalamazoo Gazette of 27 January 1903:

New Cambria, Mo., Jan. 26.—Fay Boone, an old time Mississippi river captain and a direct descendant of Daniel Boone, is dead, at the age of 89 years.

Idaho Statesman of 22 May 1903:

PIONEER DEAD.

Kansas City, Mo., May 21.—Linville Hayes, a descendant of Daniel Boone and a well known freighter in early days, when he directed the movement of large wagon trains to Salt Lake, New Mexico and Arizona, died today, aged 82 years.

Facts and fiction about Daniel Boone:

  • Daniel Boone was a Revolutionary War patriot.
  • He probably did not wear a coonskin cap; it’s probable he wore black felt and sported a pigtail.

What is your connection to Daniel Boone?

Are you related to Daniel Boone, or did your ancestors explore the frontier with him? We hope you’ll share your ancestral story by tweeting at http://twitter.com/#!/GenealogyBank or posting on our FaceBook page.

Found on FaceBook:

The Boone Society, Inc. at https://www.facebook.com/BooneSociety.

Found on the Web:

Boone Family History and Descendants: The First 5 Generations of the George Boone Family presented by The Boone Society, Inc. and reprinted at http://www.family-genealogy-online.com/little/boone.html, a family history website maintained by Pat and Jim Geary.

GenealogyBank Has More than 100 North Carolina Newspapers

GenealogyBank Has More than 100 North Carolina Newspapers

GenealogyBank has a strong and growing archive of newspapers from all 50 U.S. states. Our historical newspaper archives contain more than 100 old and recent newspaper titles from North Carolina: from Charlotte to New Bern to Chapel Hill to Raleigh to Danbury.

We’ve got the online genealogy resources you need to document your N.C. family history.

State City Title Dates
NC Albemarle Stanly News and Press 1/2/2007 – Current
NC Apex Apex Herald 10/2/2009 – Current
NC Asheboro Courier-Tribune 4/6/2010 – Current
NC Asheboro Randolph Guide 4/6/2008 – Current
NC Blowing Rock Blowing Rocket 10/2/2009 – Current
NC Boone Mountain Times 2/4/2011 – Current
NC Burgaw Pender Chronicle 10/28/2009 – Current
NC Burgaw Pender Post 10/8/2009 – Current
NC Cary Cary News 2/13/2011 – Current
NC Chapel Hill Chapel Hill Herald 1/1/2002 – Current
NC Chapel Hill Chapel Hill News 5/3/2000 – Current
NC Charlotte Africo-American Presbyterian 12/21/1899 – 12/21/1899
NC Charlotte Carolina Israelite 2/1/1944 – 12/1/1958
NC Charlotte Charlotte News 12/11/1888 – 9/29/1922
NC Charlotte Charlotte Observer 3/13/1892 – 12/31/1922
NC Charlotte Charlotte Observer 1/1/1992 – Current
NC Charlotte Charlotte Post 2/3/2011 – Current
NC Clinton Sampson Independent 4/18/2010 – Current
NC Danbury Stokes News 12/20/2007 – Current
NC Durham Herald-Sun 1/1/2002 – Current
NC Elizabeth City Daily Advance 11/9/2004 – Current
NC Elizabethtown Bladen Journal 2/23/2007 – Current
NC Elkin Tribune 9/19/2007 – Current
NC Fayetteville American 4/26/1816 – 4/11/1827
NC Fayetteville Fayetteville Observer 1/18/1988 – Current
NC Forest City Daily Courier 1/1/2005 – Current
NC Fuquay-Varina Cleveland Post 1/18/2007 – Current
NC Fuquay-Varina Fuquay-Varina Independent 10/2/2009 – Current
NC Garner Garner News 10/2/2009 – Current
NC Greensboro Daily Record 3/17/1906 – 11/30/1929
NC Greensboro Greensboro Daily News 7/20/1909 – 11/30/1980
NC Greensboro Greensboro News and Record 4/11/1985 – 4/20/1985
NC Greensboro Greensboro Record 9/5/1927 – 2/28/1983
NC Greensboro News & Record 1/1/1990 – Current
NC Greenville Daily Reflector 8/30/2004 – Current
NC Halifax North-Carolina Journal 8/1/1792 – 9/11/1797
NC Hampstead Topsail Voice 9/10/2008 – Current
NC Henderson Daily Dispatch 4/10/2002 – Current
NC Hickory Hickory Daily Record 2/10/2011 – Current
NC High Point High Point Enterprise 4/14/2007 – Current
NC Holly Springs Holly Springs Sun 7/10/2008 – Current
NC Kannapolis Independent Tribune 2/20/2010 – Current
NC Kannapolis Kannapolis Citizen 4/1/2008 – 5/12/2009
NC Laurinburg Laurinburg Exchange 1/2/2006 – Current
NC Lenoir News-Topic 11/12/2008 – Current
NC Littleton True Reformer 7/25/1900 – 7/25/1900
NC Lousiburg Franklin Times 10/3/2009 – Current
NC Lumberton Robesonian 1/1/2004 – Current
NC Marion McDowell News 2/12/2011 – Current
NC Monroe Enquirer-Journal 10/1/2009 – Current
NC Mooresville Mooresville Tribune 2/16/2011 – Current
NC Morehead City Carteret County News-Times 4/16/2008 – Current
NC Morganton News Herald 1/12/2008 – Current
NC Mt. Airy Mt. Airy News 10/2/2009 – Current
NC Nashville Nashville Graphic 1/28/2010 – Current
NC New Bern Carolina Federal Republican 1/12/1809 – 4/25/1818
NC New Bern Morning Herald 9/17/1807 – 12/30/1808
NC New Bern Newbern Herald 1/20/1809 – 2/26/1810
NC New Bern Newbern Sentinel 3/21/1818 – 6/12/1828
NC New Bern North Carolina Sentinel 1/13/1827 – 12/21/1836
NC New Bern State Gazette of North Carolina 8/9/1787 – 2/20/1799
NC New Bern True Republican 4/2/1810 – 8/7/1811
NC Newton Observer News Enterprise 9/6/2008 – Current
NC Pilot Mountain Pilot 2/20/2008 – Current
NC Princeton Princeton News-Leader 5/30/2007 – Current
NC Raleigh Dispatch 12/21/1991 – 4/10/1993
NC Raleigh Gazette 12/16/1893 – 2/19/1898
NC Raleigh News & Observer 1/1/1991 – Current
NC Raleigh News & Observer, The: Web Edition Articles 5/6/2004 – Current
NC Raleigh North-Carolina Minerva 11/26/1799 – 5/20/1800
NC Raleigh Raleigh Extra 6/18/1995 – Current
NC Raleigh Semi-Weekly Standard 8/10/1861 – 3/8/1868
NC Raleigh Star 11/3/1808 – 5/12/1831
NC Red Springs Red Springs Citizen 7/10/2008 – Current
NC Reidsville Reidsville Review 3/25/2008 – Current
NC Richlands Richlands-Beulaville Advertiser News 10/28/2009 – Current
NC Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald 9/2/2003 – Current
NC Rockingham Richmond County Daily Journal 5/5/2003 – Current
NC Rocky Mount Rocky Mount Telegram 9/3/2002 – Current
NC Roxboro Courier-Times 11/22/2006 – Current
NC Saint Pauls St. Pauls Review 9/4/2008 – Current
NC Salisbury Salisbury Post 12/1/1998 – Current
NC Sanford Sanford Herald 2/17/2007 – Current
NC Shallotte Brunswick Beacon 4/21/2010 – Current
NC Smithfield Smithfield Herald 1/19/2011 – Current
NC Southern Pines Pilot 10/8/2009 – Current
NC Spring Hope Spring Hope Enterprise & The Bailey News 8/3/2006 – Current
NC Statesville Statesville Record & Landmark 2/6/2011 – Current
NC Swansboro Tideland News 9/3/2008 – Current
NC Sylva Sylva Herald & Ruralite 10/2/2009 – Current
NC Tabor City Tabor-Loris Tribune 3/14/2007 – Current
NC Tarboro Daily Southerner 1/23/2007 – Current
NC Thomasville Thomasville Times 1/1/2011 – Current
NC Tryon Tryon Daily Bulletin 5/14/2007 – Current
NC Wadesboro Anson Record 6/19/2003 – Current
NC Wallace Wallace Enterprise 1/6/2010 – Current
NC West Jefferson Jefferson Post 9/25/2007 – Current
NC Whiteville News Reporter 4/22/2004 – Current
NC Wilmington StarNews 1/31/2002 – Current
NC Zebulon Eastern Wake News 1/19/2011 – Current

Newspapers Go Online -

GenealogyBank keeps on growing!

GenealogyBank.com added more newspaper coverage for over 1,600 newspapers – in all 50 States this week.

Here is just a list of some of the new content that has been added.
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AK
Juneau
Daily Record-Miner. 1911-01-05 to 1911-05-04

AL
Birmingham
Wide-Awake*. 1900-01-24
AL
Mobile
Mobile Register. 1970-01-04 to 1978-11-30

AR
Garden City
Jonesboro Evening Sun. 1905-12-02 to 1921-08-18
AR
Little Rock
Arkansas Gazette. 1846-11-02 to 1872-05-19

AZ
San Manuel
San Manuel Miner, The. 03/27/2010 to Current
AZ
Tucson
Amigos. 1976-08-03
AZ
Tucson
Tucsonense. 1917-01-03 to 1922-12-23

CA
Benicia
California Gazette. 1851-08-23 to 1852-01-24
CA
Los Angeles
Prensa. 1932-04-03
CA
Los Angeles
Regeneracion. 1913-01-25 to 1914-02-14
CA
Oakland
Oakland Sunshine*. 1915-03-20 to 1922-02-25
CA
Sacramento
Sacramento Weekly Union. 1851-10-31 to 1853-04-15
CA
San Francisco
Grafico Internacional*. 1937-02-01 to 1937-04-01
CA
San Francisco
Hispano America. 1923-08-25 to 1925-10-10
CA
San Francisco
San Francisco Vindicator*. 1887-05-02 to 1889-02-16
CA
San Francisco
Weekly Pacific News. 1849-12-31 to 1851-04-01

CO
Colorado Springs
Gazette-Telegraph. 1904-09-29 to 1907-08-02

CT
Hartford
Hartford Daily Courant. 1868-04-07 to 1876-12-30
CT
Hartford
Hartford Daily Courant. 1852-02-20 to 1866-05-29
CT
New London
New London Daily Chronicle. 1850-09-03 to 1852-06-23

DC
Washington
Leader*. 1888-12-08 to 1889-12-21
DC
Washington
Washington Bee. 1882-06-10 to 1920-06-26

FL
Jasper
Jasper News, The. 03/27/2010 to Current
FL
Mayo
Mayo Free Press, The. 03/17/2010 to Current
FL
Tampa
Internacional. 1941-02-27
FL
Tampa
Traduccion Prensa. 1946-05-06

GA
Americus
Americus Times-Recorder. 2010-05-06 to Current
GA
Augusta
Augusta Chronicle. 1841-10-19 to 1860-12-30
GA
Augusta
Loyal Georgian*. 1866-01-20 to 1868-02-15
GA
Savannah
Savannah Weekly Echo*. 1883-08-26 to 1884-02-10

HI
Homolulu
Afro-Hawaii News*. 1987-06-01 to 1991-12-31

IA
Des Moines
Iowa State Bystander*. 1896-11-13 to 1900-12-28
IA
Des Moines
Weekly Avalanche*. 1893-01-20
IA
Oskaloosa
Oskaloosa Herald. 2010-03-24 to Current
IA
Ottumwa
Ottumwa Courier, The. 2010-03-05 to Current

IL
Chicago
Latin Times. 1958-10-04 to 1972-05-05
IL
Chicago
Sunday Times. 1874-07-19
IL
Effingham
Effingham Daily News. 2010-01-29 to Current

IN
Indianapolis
Freeman. 1899-08-17 to 1916-11-25
IN
Indianapolis
Recorder*. 1899-01-07 to 1900-12-29
IN
New Albany
Weekly Review*. 1881-04-16

KS
Baxter Springs
Southern Argus*. 1891-06-18 to 1892-02-04
KS
Coffeyville
Afro-American Advocate. 1891-09-02 to 1893-09-01
KS
Coffeyville
American*. 1898-04-23 t0 1899-04-23
KS
Coffeyville
Kansas Blackman*. 1894-04-20 to 1894-06-29
KS
Lawrence
Historic Times*. 1891-07-11 to 1891-11-14
KS
Leavenworth
Leavenworth Advocate. 1888-08-18 to 1891-08-22
KS
Leavenworth
Leavenworth Herald*. 1894-02-07 to 1896-12-26
KS
Nicodemus
Nicodemus Cyclone*. 1887-12-30 to 1888-09-07
KS
Nicodemus
Nicodemus Enterprise*. 1887-08-17 to 1887-12-23
KS
Parsons
Parsons Weekly Blade*. 1892-09-24 to 1900-12-28
KS
Topeka
American Citizen. 1897-01-29 to 1902-05-23
KS
Topeka
American Citizen. 1889-01-11 to 1889-06-21
KS
Topeka
Benevolent Banner*. 1887-05-21 to 1887-10-22
KS
Topeka
Colored Patriot*. 1882-04-20 to 1882-06-22
KS
Topeka
Evening Call*. 1893-06-13 to 1893-07-08
KS
Topeka
Herald of Kansas*. 1880-01-30 to 1880-06-11
KS
Topeka
Plaindealer. 1900-01-26
KS
Wichita
National Baptist World*. 1894-08-31 to 1894-11-23
KS
Wichita
People’s Friend*. 1894-05-24 to 1894-05-24
KS
Wichita
Wichita Times*. 1972-01-11 to 1977-09-22

LA
New Orleans
L’Union*. 1862-09-27 to 1864-07-19
LA
New Orleans
Times-Picayune. 1940-06-22 to 1975-07-28
LA
New Orleans
Times-Picayune. 1866-02-13 to 1879-12-16
LA
New Orleans
Weekly Louisianian. 1882-01-14
LA
New Orleans
Weekly Pelican. 1887-01-29 to 1889-08-31
LA
St. Martinville
Echo*. 1873-03-15

MA
Amherst
Amherst Bulletin. 2009-10-02 to Current
MA
Boston
Boston Daily Advertiser. 1874-01-01 to 1874-04-30
MA
Lawrence
Eagle-Tribune, The. 2010-05-12 to Current
MA
Provincetown
Provincetown Banner. 2009-10-02 to Current
MA
Springfield
Springfield Republican. 1925-02-01 to 1946-09-26
MA
Springfield
Springfield Republican. 1886-12-02
MA
Springfield
Springfield Union. 1947-04-01 to 1963-02-15
MA
Worcester
National Aegis. 1825-01-12 to 1827-12-12

MD
Baltimore
Afro-American*. 1893-04-29 to 1898-03-26
MD
Baltimore
Baltimore American. 1905-06-18 to 1910-04-24
MD
Baltimore
Race Standard*. 1897-01-02 to 1897-01-16

MI
Detroit
Plaindealer. 1889-09-27 to 1892-11-18
MI
Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids Press, The. 2010-05-12 to Current
MI
Holland
Holland Sentinel, The. 2009-10-02 to Current

MN
Minneapolis
Afro-American Advance*. 1899-05-27 to 1900-11-17
MN
Sleepy Eye
Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch. 2009-10-02 to Current
MN
St. Paul
Broad Axe. 1894-02-01 to 1902-06-12
MN
St. Paul
Negro World*. 1900-03-10 to 1900-06-09
MN
St. Paul
St. Paul Daily Pioneer. 1855-11-01 to 1855-12-22
MN
St. Paul
Western Appeal*. 1885-06-13 to 1888-12-29

MO
Kansas City
Cosmopolita. 1917-12-08 to 1919-11-15
MO
Kansas City
Kansas City Times. 1891-12-23 to 1895-10-16
MO
Kansas City
Rising Son*. 1903-01-16 to 1907-12-28
MO
Sedalia
Sedalia Times*. 1901-08-31 to 1903-12-19
MO
St. James
St. James Leader Journal. 2009-10-02 to Current
MO
St. Louis
St. Louis Palladium*. 1903-01-10 to 1907-10-05

NC
Asheboro
Courier-Tribune, The. 2010-04-06 to Current
NC
Boone
Watauga Democrat, The. 2009-10-02 to Current
NC
Littleton
True Reformer*. 1900-07-25
NC
Nashville
Nashville Graphic, The. 2010-01-28 to Current
NC
Raleigh
Gazette*. 1893-12-16 to 1898-02-19

NE
Omaha
Afro-American Sentinel. 1896-04-25 to 1899-03-25
NE
Omaha
Enterprise*. 1895-08-10 to 1897-07-03
NE
Omaha
Progress*. 1890-03-22 to 1891-03-07

NH
Concord
New Hampshire Patriot. 1879-06-26 to 1881-02-17
NH
Exeter
Freeman’s Oracle. 1786-07-01 to 1789-07-28

NJ
Flemington
Hunterdon County Democrat. 2009-10-02 to Current
NJ
Wayne
Wayne Today. 2009-10-14 to Current

NM
Albuquerque
Bandera Americana. 1903-10-01 to 1903-11-06
NM
Albuquerque
Daily Citizen. 1887-03-16 to 1892-12-31
NM
Albuquerque
Daily Times*. 1893-06-14
NM
Albuquerque
Evening Citizen. 1893-06-29 to 1893-06-29
NM
Las Cruces
Labrador. 1904-12-30
NM
Las Cruces
Tiempo. 1885-04-30 to 1902-04-02
NM
Las Vegas
Misionero Bautista: Organo Oficial de la Convencion Bautista Hispano-Americana de Nuevo Mexico. 1943-12-21 to 1951-08-21
NM
Mesilla
Mesilla News. 1879-04-19 to 1884-02-09
NM
Mountainair
Independent. 1918-02-02 to 1920-09-25
NM
Santa Fe
Daily New Mexican. 1871-04-15 to 1875-06-30
NM
Santa Fe
Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican and Livestock Journal. 1888-05-31 to 1895-09-26
NM
Socorro
Defensor del Pueblo. 1924-12-19 to 1938-02-11
NM
Springer
Colfax County Stockman. 1910-07-23 to 1911-06-10

NY
Albany
Albany Evening Journal. 1857-07-23 to 1876-12-13
NY
Brooklyn
Colonia Latina*. 1938-01-08
NY
Garden City
Eco. 1930-11-15
NY
New York
Morning Telegraph. 1877-12-09
NY
New York
New York Herald-Tribune. 1874-11-02 to 1888-11-02
NY
New York
Cosas*. 1931-12-03
NY
New York
Doctrina de Marti. 1897-04-30 to 1897-08-31
NY
New York
Ecos de Nueva York. 1954-10-10
NY
New York
New York Age*. 1889-11-02 to 1892-11-19
NY
New York
New York Freeman*. 1886-01-02 to 1887-10-08
NY
New York
Western Star*. 1900-01-27

OH
Cincinnati
Cincinnati Daily Gazette. 1867-04-13 to 1881-02-03
OH
Cleveland
Cleveland Gazette*. 1883-12-01 to 1941-08-09
OH
Cleveland
Plain Dealer. 1947-11-23 to 1975-12-10
OH
Cleveland
Plain Dealer. 1846-02-27 to 1858-10-30

OR
Portand
Oregonian. 1917-07-03 to 1918-08-12
OR
Portland
New Age*. 1900-01-27 to 1902-09-20
OR
Portland
Oregonian. 1925-08-22 to 1971-11-20
OR
Portland
Portland New Age*. 1905-12-23 to 1907-03-30

PA
Harrisburg
State Journal*. 1883-12-13 to 1885-01-24
PA
Philadelphia
Aurora General Advertiser. 1796-03-24
PA
Philadelphia
Philadelphia Inquirer. 1830-01-08 to 1831-12-28

SC
Charleston
South Carolina Leader*. 1865-10-07 to 1866-05-12
SC
Columbia
Southern Indicator*. 1921-02-21 to 1923-02-03

TN
Knoxville
Negro World*. 1887-10-15 to 1887-11-26

TX
Beaumont
Beaumont Enterprise and Journal. 1906-04-11 to 1911-09-23
TX
Brownsville
Cronista del Valle. 1925-01-23 to 1929-09-06
TX
Brownsville
Daily Cosmopolitan. 1884-09-10 to 1885-07-11
TX
Brownsville
Heraldo de Brownsville. 1937-12-30 to 1940-02-28
TX
Brownsville
Puerto. 1959-03-21
TX
Dallas
Dallas Morning News. 1979-11-11 to 1980-07-20
TX
Edinburg
Defensor. 1931-07-10
TX
El Paso
Clarin del Norte. 1906-08-11 to 1906-10-06
TX
El Paso
Continental. 1935-12-31 to 1960-03-08
TX
El Paso
Defensor*. 1894-09-24 to 1895-03-03
TX
El Paso
Sunday Herald. 1888-10-28 to 1889-05-18
TX
Fort Worth
Torchlight Appeal*. 1890-01-17 to 1890-02-22
TX
Houston
Gaceta Mexicana. 1928-05-15
TX
Kingsville
Notas de Kingsville*. 1957-05-16 to 1960-08-18
TX
Kingsville
Tex. Mex. Reflector. 1922-04-21 to 1939-01-21
TX
Laredo
Evolucion. 1917-06-30 to 1918-08-11
TX
San Antonio
Epoca. 1919-03-23 to 1927-05-08
TX
San Antonio
Pan American Labor Express. 1918-08-28 to 1918-11-13
TX
San Antonio
Regidor. 1913-08-14 to 1915-06-30

UT
Salt Lake City
Broad Ax. 1897-02-06 to 1899-12-23
UT
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Telegram. 1907-10-04 to 1922-11-12

VA
Richmond
Reformer*. 1900-01-27
VA
Richmond
Richmond Planet*. 1895-03-02 to 1900-01-13

WA
Seattle
Seattle Daily Times. 1936-10-20 to 1984-12-31
WA
Seattle
Seattle Republican*. 1900-01-19
WA
Seattle
World*. 1899-01-04

WI
Milwaukee
Guardia. 1969-10-21 to 1975-08-01
WI
Milwaukee
Wisconsin Afro-American*. 1892-08-13 to 1892-11-19

Mora Evelyn Boone (1901-2008) world’s oldest genealogist

Mora Evelyn Boone (1901-2008) has passed away.
She was the nation’s and probably the world’s oldest genealogist.

Her great-granddaughter Alice Boone wrote about her life on their online site at: Ben and Alice. She describes an indomitable woman who was beloved by her family and added that despite her age, “She was an enthusiastic Internet user for her genealogical research.”

My great-grandmother saw a lot of things change in her life: just to give one example, she traveled around Texas in a covered wagon when she was little and never flew in an airplane, although she did get to ride in my grandpa’s Prius.”

Mora Evelyn Waddell was born 23 Dec 1901 in Greenville, Hunt County, Texas. She passed away 11 Dec 2008 in Houston, Texas. She married James Leroy Boone, (born 15 October 1898 in Carlisle, Lonoke County, Arkansas; died 22 Mar 1996 in Bryan, Brazos County, Texas) on 25 December 1921 in Houston, Texas.

Finding Nemo – and every Smith, Miller and Buckner in America

Whether you’re looking for William Nemo who was “shot and instantly killed about 10 o’clock last night” in Anaconda, Montana as reported in the 24 June 1903 Anaconda Standard …

or ….. Boyd C. Buckner who died July 4th in Maynardsville, Tennessee as reported in the 6 July 2008 Knoxville News Sentinel (TN) - you’ll find them – along with over one billion other people in GenealogyBank.

The US Census Bureau has released the list of the top 1,000 surnames in use in America today – as I did a spot check of each surname in GenealogyBank I found all of them represented.

There were 13,475 entries for the surname: Vang – the last name on the list and 5.7 million entries for the surname Smith – the first name on the list.

Go to GenealogyBank to find the obituary; death notice; birth announcement; wedding and engagement announcement for your relatives. It’s all in there.

Here is the complete list – what family name are you looking for?
1 SMITH
2 JOHNSON
3 WILLIAMS
4 JONES
5 BROWN
6 DAVIS
7 MILLER
8 WILSON
9 MOORE
10 TAYLOR
11 ANDERSON
12 THOMAS
13 JACKSON
14 WHITE
15 HARRIS
16 MARTIN
17 THOMPSON
18 GARCIA
19 MARTINEZ
20 ROBINSON
21 CLARK
22 RODRIGUEZ
23 LEWIS
24 LEE
25 WALKER
26 HALL
27 ALLEN
28 YOUNG
29 HERNANDEZ
30 KING
31 WRIGHT
32 LOPEZ
33 HILL
34 SCOTT
35 GREEN
36 ADAMS
37 BAKER
38 GONZALEZ
39 NELSON
40 CARTER
41 MITCHELL
42 PEREZ
43 ROBERTS
44 TURNER
45 PHILLIPS
46 CAMPBELL
47 PARKER
48 EVANS
49 EDWARDS
50 COLLINS
51 STEWART
52 SANCHEZ
53 MORRIS
54 ROGERS
55 REED
56 COOK
57 MORGAN
58 BELL
59 MURPHY
60 BAILEY
61 RIVERA
62 COOPER
63 RICHARDSON
64 COX
65 HOWARD
66 WARD
67 TORRES
68 PETERSON
69 GRAY
70 RAMIREZ
71 JAMES
72 WATSON
73 BROOKS
74 KELLY
75 SANDERS
76 PRICE
77 BENNETT
78 WOOD
79 BARNES
80 ROSS
81 HENDERSON
82 COLEMAN
83 JENKINS
84 PERRY
85 POWELL
86 LONG
87 PATTERSON
88 HUGHES
89 FLORES
90 WASHINGTON
91 BUTLER
92 SIMMONS
93 FOSTER
94 GONZALES
95 BRYANT
96 ALEXANDER
97 RUSSELL
98 GRIFFIN
99 DIAZ
100 HAYES
101 MYERS
102 FORD
103 HAMILTON
104 GRAHAM
105 SULLIVAN
106 WALLACE
107 WOODS
108 COLE
109 WEST
110 JORDAN
111 OWENS
112 REYNOLDS
113 FISHER
114 ELLIS
115 HARRISON
116 GIBSON
117 MCDONALD
118 CRUZ
119 MARSHALL
120 ORTIZ
121 GOMEZ
122 MURRAY
123 FREEMAN
124 WELLS
125 WEBB
126 SIMPSON
127 STEVENS
128 TUCKER
129 PORTER
130 HUNTER
131 HICKS
132 CRAWFORD
133 HENRY
134 BOYD
135 MASON
136 MORALES
137 KENNEDY
138 WARREN
139 DIXON
140 RAMOS
141 REYES
142 BURNS
143 GORDON
144 SHAW
145 HOLMES
146 RICE
147 ROBERTSON
148 HUNT
149 BLACK
150 DANIELS
151 PALMER
152 MILLS
153 NICHOLS
154 GRANT
155 KNIGHT
156 FERGUSON
157 ROSE
158 STONE
159 HAWKINS
160 DUNN
161 PERKINS
162 HUDSON
163 SPENCER
164 GARDNER
165 STEPHENS
166 PAYNE
167 PIERCE
168 BERRY
169 MATTHEWS
170 ARNOLD
171 WAGNER
172 WILLIS
173 RAY
174 WATKINS
175 OLSON
176 CARROLL
177 DUNCAN
178 SNYDER
179 HART
180 CUNNINGHAM
181 BRADLEY
182 LANE
183 ANDREWS
184 RUIZ
185 HARPER
186 FOX
187 RILEY
188 ARMSTRONG
189 CARPENTER
190 WEAVER
191 GREENE
192 LAWRENCE
193 ELLIOTT
194 CHAVEZ
195 SIMS
196 AUSTIN
197 PETERS
198 KELLEY
199 FRANKLIN
200 LAWSON
201 FIELDS
202 GUTIERREZ
203 RYAN
204 SCHMIDT
205 CARR
206 VASQUEZ
207 CASTILLO
208 WHEELER
209 CHAPMAN
210 OLIVER
211 MONTGOMERY
212 RICHARDS
213 WILLIAMSON
214 JOHNSTON
215 BANKS
216 MEYER
217 BISHOP
218 MCCOY
219 HOWELL
220 ALVAREZ
221 MORRISON
222 HANSEN
223 FERNANDEZ
224 GARZA
225 HARVEY
226 LITTLE
227 BURTON
228 STANLEY
229 NGUYEN
230 GEORGE
231 JACOBS
232 REID
233 KIM
234 FULLER
235 LYNCH
236 DEAN
237 GILBERT
238 GARRETT
239 ROMERO
240 WELCH
241 LARSON
242 FRAZIER
243 BURKE
244 HANSON
245 DAY
246 MENDOZA
247 MORENO
248 BOWMAN
249 MEDINA
250 FOWLER
251 BREWER
252 HOFFMAN
253 CARLSON
254 SILVA
255 PEARSON
256 HOLLAND
257 DOUGLAS
258 FLEMING
259 JENSEN
260 VARGAS
261 BYRD
262 DAVIDSON
263 HOPKINS
264 MAY
265 TERRY
266 HERRERA
267 WADE
268 SOTO
269 WALTERS
270 CURTIS
271 NEAL
272 CALDWELL
273 LOWE
274 JENNINGS
275 BARNETT
276 GRAVES
277 JIMENEZ
278 HORTON
279 SHELTON
280 BARRETT
281 OBRIEN
282 CASTRO
283 SUTTON
284 GREGORY
285 MCKINNEY
286 LUCAS
287 MILES
288 CRAIG
289 RODRIQUEZ
290 CHAMBERS
291 HOLT
292 LAMBERT
293 FLETCHER
294 WATTS
295 BATES
296 HALE
297 RHODES
298 PENA
299 BECK
300 NEWMAN
301 HAYNES
302 MCDANIEL
303 MENDEZ
304 BUSH
305 VAUGHN
306 PARKS
307 DAWSON
308 SANTIAGO
309 NORRIS
310 HARDY
311 LOVE
312 STEELE
313 CURRY
314 POWERS
315 SCHULTZ
316 BARKER
317 GUZMAN
318 PAGE
319 MUNOZ
320 BALL
321 KELLER
322 CHANDLER
323 WEBER
324 LEONARD
325 WALSH
326 LYONS
327 RAMSEY
328 WOLFE
329 SCHNEIDER
330 MULLINS
331 BENSON
332 SHARP
333 BOWEN
334 DANIEL
335 BARBER
336 CUMMINGS
337 HINES
338 BALDWIN
339 GRIFFITH
340 VALDEZ
341 HUBBARD
342 SALAZAR
343 REEVES
344 WARNER
345 STEVENSON
346 BURGESS
347 SANTOS
348 TATE
349 CROSS
350 GARNER
351 MANN
352 MACK
353 MOSS
354 THORNTON
355 DENNIS
356 MCGEE
357 FARMER
358 DELGADO
359 AGUILAR
360 VEGA
361 GLOVER
362 MANNING
363 COHEN
364 HARMON
365 RODGERS
366 ROBBINS
367 NEWTON
368 TODD
369 BLAIR
370 HIGGINS
371 INGRAM
372 REESE
373 CANNON
374 STRICKLAND
375 TOWNSEND
376 POTTER
377 GOODWIN
378 WALTON
379 ROWE
380 HAMPTON
381 ORTEGA
382 PATTON
383 SWANSON
384 JOSEPH
385 FRANCIS
386 GOODMAN
387 MALDONADO
388 YATES
389 BECKER
390 ERICKSON
391 HODGES
392 RIOS
393 CONNER
394 ADKINS
395 WEBSTER
396 NORMAN
397 MALONE
398 HAMMOND
399 FLOWERS
400 COBB
401 MOODY
402 QUINN
403 BLAKE
404 MAXWELL
405 POPE
406 FLOYD
407 OSBORNE
408 PAUL
409 MCCARTHY
410 GUERRERO
411 LINDSEY
412 ESTRADA
413 SANDOVAL
414 GIBBS
415 TYLER
416 GROSS
417 FITZGERALD
418 STOKES
419 DOYLE
420 SHERMAN
421 SAUNDERS
422 WISE
423 COLON
424 GILL
425 ALVARADO
426 GREER
427 PADILLA
428 SIMON
429 WATERS
430 NUNEZ
431 BALLARD
432 SCHWARTZ
433 MCBRIDE
434 HOUSTON
435 CHRISTENSEN
436 KLEIN
437 PRATT
438 BRIGGS
439 PARSONS
440 MCLAUGHLIN
441 ZIMMERMAN
442 FRENCH
443 BUCHANAN
444 MORAN
445 COPELAND
446 ROY
447 PITTMAN
448 BRADY
449 MCCORMICK
450 HOLLOWAY
451 BROCK
452 POOLE
453 FRANK
454 LOGAN
455 OWEN
456 BASS
457 MARSH
458 DRAKE
459 WONG
460 JEFFERSON
461 PARK
462 MORTON
463 ABBOTT
464 SPARKS
465 PATRICK
466 NORTON
467 HUFF
468 CLAYTON
469 MASSEY
470 LLOYD
471 FIGUEROA
472 CARSON
473 BOWERS
474 ROBERSON
475 BARTON
476 TRAN
477 LAMB
478 HARRINGTON
479 CASEY
480 BOONE
481 CORTEZ
482 CLARKE
483 MATHIS
484 SINGLETON
485 WILKINS
486 CAIN
487 BRYAN
488 UNDERWOOD
489 HOGAN
490 MCKENZIE
491 COLLIER
492 LUNA
493 PHELPS
494 MCGUIRE
495 ALLISON
496 BRIDGES
497 WILKERSON
498 NASH
499 SUMMERS
500 ATKINS
501 WILCOX
502 PITTS
503 CONLEY
504 MARQUEZ
505 BURNETT
506 RICHARD
507 COCHRAN
508 CHASE
509 DAVENPORT
510 HOOD
511 GATES
512 CLAY
513 AYALA
514 SAWYER
515 ROMAN
516 VAZQUEZ
517 DICKERSON
518 HODGE
519 ACOSTA
520 FLYNN
521 ESPINOZA
522 NICHOLSON
523 MONROE
524 WOLF
525 MORROW
526 KIRK
527 RANDALL
528 ANTHONY
529 WHITAKER
530 OCONNOR
531 SKINNER
532 WARE
533 MOLINA
534 KIRBY
535 HUFFMAN
536 BRADFORD
537 CHARLES
538 GILMORE
539 DOMINGUEZ
540 ONEAL
541 BRUCE
542 LANG
543 COMBS
544 KRAMER
545 HEATH
546 HANCOCK
547 GALLAGHER
548 GAINES
549 SHAFFER
550 SHORT
551 WIGGINS
552 MATHEWS
553 MCCLAIN
554 FISCHER
555 WALL
556 SMALL
557 MELTON
558 HENSLEY
559 BOND
560 DYER
561 CAMERON
562 GRIMES
563 CONTRERAS
564 CHRISTIAN
565 WYATT
566 BAXTER
567 SNOW
568 MOSLEY
569 SHEPHERD
570 LARSEN
571 HOOVER
572 BEASLEY
573 GLENN
574 PETERSEN
575 WHITEHEAD
576 MEYERS
577 KEITH
578 GARRISON
579 VINCENT
580 SHIELDS
581 HORN
582 SAVAGE
583 OLSEN
584 SCHROEDER
585 HARTMAN
586 WOODARD
587 MUELLER
588 KEMP
589 DELEON
590 BOOTH
591 PATEL
592 CALHOUN
593 WILEY
594 EATON
595 CLINE
596 NAVARRO
597 HARRELL
598 LESTER
599 HUMPHREY
600 PARRISH
601 DURAN
602 HUTCHINSON
603 HESS
604 DORSEY
605 BULLOCK
606 ROBLES
607 BEARD
608 DALTON
609 AVILA
610 VANCE
611 RICH
612 BLACKWELL
613 YORK
614 JOHNS
615 BLANKENSHIP
616 TREVINO
617 SALINAS
618 CAMPOS
619 PRUITT
620 MOSES
621 CALLAHAN
622 GOLDEN
623 MONTOYA
624 HARDIN
625 GUERRA
626 MCDOWELL
627 AREY
628 STAFFORD
629 GALLEGOS
630 HENSON
631 WILKINSON
632 BOOKER
633 MERRITT
634 MIRANDA
635 ATKINSON
636 ORR
637 DECKER
638 HOBBS
639 PRESTON
640 TANNER
641 KNOX
642 PACHECO
643 STEPHENSON
644 GLASS
645 ROJAS
646 SERRANO
647 MARKS
648 HICKMAN
649 ENGLISH
650 SWEENEY
651 STRONG
652 PRINCE
653 MCCLURE
654 CONWAY
655 WALTER
656 ROTH
657 MAYNARD
658 FARRELL
659 LOWERY
660 HURST
661 NIXON
662 WEISS
663 TRUJILLO
664 ELLISON
665 SLOAN
666 JUAREZ
667 WINTERS
668 MCLEAN
669 RANDOLPH
670 LEON
671 BOYER
672 VILLARREAL
673 MCCALL
674 GENTRY
675 CARRILLO
676 KENT
677 AYERS
678 LARA
679 SHANNON
680 SEXTON
681 PACE
682 HULL
683 LEBLANC
684 BROWNING
685 VELASQUEZ
686 LEACH
687 CHANG
688 HOUSE
689 SELLERS
690 HERRING
691 NOBLE
692 FOLEY
693 BARTLETT
694 MERCADO
695 LANDRY
696 DURHAM
697 WALLS
698 BARR
699 MCKEE
700 BAUER
701 RIVERS
702 EVERETT
703 BRADSHAW
704 PUGH
705 VELEZ
706 RUSH
707 ESTES
708 DODSON
709 MORSE
710 SHEPPARD
711 WEEKS
712 CAMACHO
713 BEAN
714 BARRON
715 LIVINGSTON
716 MIDDLETON
717 SPEARS
718 BRANCH
719 BLEVINS
720 CHEN
721 KERR
722 MCCONNELL
723 HATFIELD
724 HARDING
725 ASHLEY
726 SOLIS
727 HERMAN
728 FROST
729 GILES
730 BLACKBURN
731 WILLIAM
732 PENNINGTON
733 WOODWARD
734 FINLEY
735 MCINTOSH
736 KOCH
737 BEST
738 SOLOMON
739 MCCULLOUGH
740 DUDLEY
741 NOLAN
742 BLANCHARD
743 RIVAS
744 BRENNAN
745 MEJIA
746 KANE
747 BENTON
748 JOYCE
749 BUCKLEY
750 HALEY
751 VALENTINE
752 MADDOX
753 RUSSO
754 MCKNIGHT
755 BUCK
756 MOON
757 MCMILLAN
758 CROSBY
759 BERG
760 DOTSON
761 MAYS
762 ROACH
763 CHURCH
764 CHAN
765 RICHMOND
766 MEADOWS
767 FAULKNER
768 ONEILL
769 KNAPP
770 KLINE
771 BARRY
772 OCHOA
773 JACOBSON
774 GAY
775 AVERY
776 HENDRICKS
777 HORNE
778 SHEPARD
779 HEBERT
780 CHERRY
781 CARDENAS
782 MCINTYRE
783 WHITNEY
784 WALLER
785 HOLMAN
786 DONALDSON
787 CANTU
788 TERRELL
789 MORIN
790 GILLESPIE
791 FUENTES
792 TILLMAN
793 SANFORD
794 BENTLEY
795 PECK
796 KEY
797 SALAS
798 ROLLINS
799 GAMBLE
800 DICKSON
801 BATTLE
802 SANTANA
803 CABRERA
804 CERVANTES
805 HOWE
806 HINTON
807 HURLEY
808 SPENCE
809 ZAMORA
810 YANG
811 MCNEIL
812 SUAREZ
813 CASE
814 PETTY
815 GOULD
816 MCFARLAND
817 SAMPSON
818 CARVER
819 BRAY
820 ROSARIO
821 MACDONALD
822 STOUT
823 HESTER
824 MELENDEZ
825 DILLON
826 FARLEY
827 HOPPER
828 GALLOWAY
829 POTTS
830 BERNARD
831 JOYNER
832 STEIN
833 AGUIRRE
834 OSBORN
835 MERCER
836 BENDER
837 FRANCO
838 ROWLAND
839 SYKES
840 BENJAMIN
841 TRAVIS
842 PICKETT
843 CRANE
844 SEARS
845 MAYO
846 DUNLAP
847 HAYDEN
848 WILDER
849 MCKAY
850 COFFEY
851 MCCARTY
852 EWING
853 COOLEY
854 VAUGHAN
855 BONNER
856 COTTON
857 HOLDER
858 STARK
859 FERRELL
860 CANTRELL
861 FULTON
862 LYNN
863 LOTT
864 CALDERON
865 ROSA
866 POLLARD
867 HOOPER
868 BURCH
869 MULLEN
870 FRY
871 RIDDLE
872 LEVY
873 DAVID
874 DUKE
875 ODONNELL
876 GUY
877 MICHAEL
878 BRITT
879 FREDERICK
880 DAUGHERTY
881 BERGER
882 DILLARD
883 ALSTON
884 JARVIS
885 FRYE
886 RIGGS
887 CHANEY
888 ODOM
889 DUFFY
890 FITZPATRICK
891 VALENZUELA
892 MERRILL
893 MAYER
894 ALFORD
895 MCPHERSON
896 ACEVEDO
897 DONOVAN
898 BARRERA
899 ALBERT
900 COTE
901 REILLY
902 COMPTON
903 RAYMOND
904 MOONEY
905 MCGOWAN
906 CRAFT
907 CLEVELAND
908 CLEMONS
909 WYNN
910 NIELSEN
911 BAIRD
912 STANTON
913 SNIDER
914 ROSALES
915 BRIGHT
916 WITT
917 STUART
918 HAYS
919 HOLDEN
920 RUTLEDGE
921 KINNEY
922 CLEMENTS
923 CASTANEDA
924 SLATER
925 HAHN
926 EMERSON
927 CONRAD
928 BURKS
929 DELANEY
930 PATE
931 LANCASTER
932 SWEET
933 JUSTICE
934 TYSON
935 SHARPE
936 WHITFIELD
937 TALLEY
938 MACIAS
939 IRWIN
940 BURRIS
941 RATLIFF
942 MCCRAY
943 MADDEN
944 KAUFMAN
945 BEACH
946 GOFF
947 CASH
948 BOLTON
949 MCFADDEN
950 LEVINE
951 GOOD
952 BYERS
953 KIRKLAND
954 KIDD
955 WORKMAN
956 CARNEY
957 DALE
958 MCLEOD
959 HOLCOMB
960 ENGLAND
961 FINCH
962 HEAD
963 BURT
964 HENDRIX
965 SOSA
966 HANEY
967 FRANKS
968 SARGENT
969 NIEVES
970 DOWNS
971 RASMUSSEN
972 BIRD
973 HEWITT
974 LINDSAY
975 LE
976 FOREMAN
977 VALENCIA
978 ONEIL
979 DELACRUZ
980 VINSON
981 DEJESUS
982 HYDE
983 FORBES
984 GILLIAM
985 GUTHRIE
986 WOOTEN
987 HUBER
988 BARLOW
989 BOYLE
990 MCMAHON
991 BUCKNER
992 ROCHA
993 PUCKETT
994 LANGLEY
995 KNOWLES
996 COOKE
997 VELAZQUEZ
998 WHITLEY
999 NOEL
1000 VANG