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There is no possible hope for them. Two other deaths occurred today, Essie Beckman, a negro child, and Mrs. Scranton, but neither from yellow fever. The warm weather following the few days of rain and the cool spell has brought the disease rapidly to the front. There are now under treatment, 60 white and colored. The outlook is not cheering for twenty-five days yet.
When the dread of famine seems to be disappearing and the people are breathing easier deaths roll up and the fever increases alarmingly. One new case is reported at Jesup today, a son of R. Tindall, white. Four patients were discharged. Six are now under treatment. BEE, Barnard E. The Atlanta Constitution; Friday 18 November ; pg.
Bee, clerk of the superior court. Before the servant had finished, Colonel Bee complained of a severe pain in his side, and asked to be immediately put back in bed. He appeared to partly swoon away. His family were called, and within fifteen minutes he was dead.
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Barnard Elliott Bee was born in Savannah, and at the time of his death was in his sixtieth year. He was a son of Captain William Bee, an officer in the American army in the war of When a young man, B. Bee was employed as a clerk in the office of Isaac Cohen, a merchant on Bay street. While with Mr. Cohen, in , Mr. Bee fell through a trap door in one of the buildings on the bay.
It was thought at first that his injuries would be fatal. He survived the fall, but was a cripple for life. In he was elected receiver of tax returns, which office he held until a few years ago, when he resigned. He was once a candidate for ordinary, but was not elected.
Then he was elected clerk of the superior court, the first term of which expired last January, when he was re-elected. Governor Stephens appointed him as lieutenant colonel of his staff. The county commissioners appointed Deputy Clerk J. Carr to succeed Colonel Bee until an election could be held. Carr has been in office seventeen years.
The vacancy had to be filled at once. Tuesday last was return day for the December term of the superior court. There were a number of papers for the clerk to sign and give to the sheriff to serve. These papers have to be served within five days and the time expires on Monday. The clerk appoints his own deputy, and hence when the clerk died his deputy, Mr. Carr, could not legally act longer. The commissioners of Chatham county have the power of filling all vacancies.
Judge Adams was consulted, and he advised them to appoint a clerk without delay. James K. Notice of the appointment will be forwarded to Atlanta tonight. Governor Gordon will probably receive it tomorrow, sign a commission for Mr. Carr and mail it so that it will reach Savannah on Saturday morning. If there is no delay, he can qualify on Saturday and sign as clerk such papers as are to be turned over to the sheriff.
BEE, Laura M. On the 24 th ult. Laura Bee, wife of Mr. Joseph Bee and mother of Judge George B. A sad household indeed is that. May a kind Father heal the bleeding hearts, and may this dispensation of His providence prove a benefit to us all. The Brunswick News; Friday 23 February ; pg. The funeral for Lewis P.
Beers, 82, who died Wednesday at his residence, will be held at a later date in Syracuse, N. The New York native has lived in Brunswick for the past 60 years.
He was a past Elk and a member of the Brunswick Shrine Club for over 50 years. The family will be at the residence, Boxwood Ave. Those wishing may make memorial contributions to a charity of their choice. Chapman Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. One, Mrs. Amelia A.