Died-In Richmond, on Feb. 7, Henry Irving, youngest son of Henry P. Irving, of Cumberland County, age 2 years, 6 months.
from the "Richmond Whig & public advertiser," Richmond, Va., Monday, February 22, 1847 issue, p. 4, c. 5
Died- Edward Irwin, Esq., quartermaster to Major Bland's troop of horse. No date.
from the "Virginia Gazette," Williamsburg, Va., Friday, April 18, 1777 issue, p. 5, c. 1
Miss Lillie Iroler.
GLADESBORO, VA., June 2.-Miss Lillie Iroler died Saturday in the fifthteenth year of her age. She was buried Sunday at the Lutheran Cemetery.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Thursday, June 3, 1909 issue, p. 2
Spencer T. Inge Dead.
Mr. Spencer T. Inge, who was born and spent most of his lifein Lunenburg county, died Sunday morning, Feb. 22, at the old homestead near what was known at one time as Inge Post Office. Death came suddenly at the age of 70, of paralysis. Deceased was brother of Mrs. J. Inge, of Blackstone, and of Mrs. J. K. Moore, and leaves the children to mourn his loss. A large concourse of friends and relatives folowed the remains to their last resting place.
from "The Blackstone Courier," Blackstone, Va., Friday, February 27, 1920 issue, p. 3, c. 3