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23 Janury 1904, pg. 8
MISS HAZEL MARGUIS DIESTampa Tribune (Florida)
Was Niece of Mrs. S. H. Singleton.
Funeral Arrangements to Be Announced Later.
Mrs. S. H. Singleton received a telegram yesterday evening from McRae, stating that her niece, Miss Hazel Marguis, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Marguis has died from typhoid fever.
Miss Marguis had been sick for but a very short while when the dread disease claimed her among its many victims.
She was 17 years of age. The deceased has visited here and has many friends in this city. It is thought that the remains will be brought here for interment; although the full arrangements are not yet completed. Should this be the case the burial will take place some time tomorrow.
28 January 1904, pg. 7
Miss Hazel Marquis Dead.
A telegram to her relatives in this city brings the sad intelligence that Miss Hazel Marquis died at her home in McRae, Ga., last Saturday. She was about 18 years of age, and was a daughter of W. R. Marquis, a brother of T. L. Marquis, of Bartow.