DEATH: OBITUARIES & DEATH NOTICES
McCombs, Jane C.
Died. In Concord, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Jane C. McCombs, wife of Mr. M. A. McCombs, aged 88 years.
Source: "Died," The Charlotte Democrat, 12 June 1876, digital images, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov : accessed 30 May 2017).
Died. In Concord, on the 29th ult., Sallie, daughter of John A., and Della McDonald, aged about 3 years.
Source: "Died," The Charlotte Democrat, 2 November 1874, digital images, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov : accessed 30 May 2017).
Mahan, John E.
Died. In Concord, Cabarrus county, on the 26th inst. of a pulminary complaint, John E. Mahan, Esq. an old and respectable citizen of that place; leaving an amiable and interesting family, to mourn the loss of an affectionate husband, and a kind and fond parent.
Source: "Died," The Western Carolinian, 31 August 1830, digital images, North Carolina Digital Collections (http://digital.ncdcr.gov : accessed 20 July 2017).
Means, James A.
Died. In Concord, on Monday morning, the 15th inst. after an illness of four days with the billious colic, James A. Means, Esq., high sheriff of Cabarrus county, and Colonel Comd't. of the Mecklenburg and Cabarrus regiment of Cavalary, in the 27th year of his age. The death of Col. Means is no less an affliction to his numerous and highly respectable relatives, than it is a public bereavement to the county of which he was so useful and distinguished a citizen and native. Perhaps no man in that county shared so largely in the confidence and affections of the people, as he did; and his public career evinced that that confidence was not misplaced.
Source: "Died," The Western Carolinian, 23 May 1826, digital images, North Carolina Digital Collections (http://digital.ncdcr.gov : accessed 17 July 2017).
Means, William B.
Died. In Cabarrus county, after a short, but painful sickness, on Saturday 17th May, William B., son of Gen. Wm. and Mrs. Jane C. Means, aged 2 years, 3 months, and 29 days.
Source: "Died," The Carolina Watchman, 24 May 1845, digital images, North Carolina Digital Collections (http://digital.ncdcr.gov : accessed 19 July 2017).
Sad news comes to us of the death of Mrs. Sallie Moose, the widow of Mr. John Moose of No. 6 township. Her death resulted from heart failure and was very sudden. She had eaten a hearty breakfast and ere long was seized with an attack of heart disease and died very suddenly. Mrs. Moose was at least 60 years of age. She was the mother of Mr. Harris Moose of No. 6 township, and was also the mother of Mr. Henry Graeber, of Rowan county. She was also the mother of Mr. Weddington Moose, who died only a short while ago. The funeral of the remains was preached today (Monday) at Mt. Olive church and the remains interred in that cemetery.
Source: "Mrs. John Moose Dead," The Daily Concord Standard, 11 April 1898, digital images, North Carolina Digital Heritage Center (http://www.digitalnc.org/collections/newspapers : accessed 22 October 2017).