The Courant American - 1890

 
Transcribed by 2006
transcribed from microfilm reproduced by University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA
 
Publication Date
Title
Page
January 2, 1890 Married: Arnold-Howard 4
January 2, 1890 Death of Col. Graham 4
January 2, 1890 Mr. C. H. C. Willingham 4
January 2, 1890 Mrs. S. J. Bailey died recently 8
January 2, 1890 Smith-Dempsey 8
January 9, 1890 A Sad Accident. 1
January 9, 1890 Council Meeting. 1
January 9, 1890 Death of Alden Hackett, Formerly of This City 1
January 9, 1890 Marriage of Miss Ida Lee 1
January 9, 1890 Killed at the Crow Banks. 5
January 9, 1890 A wedding in our town 8
January 9, 1890 Resolutions of Respect. 8
January 16, 1890 Not available  
January 23, 1890 Sad Intelligence. 1
January 23, 1890 Obituary 1
January 23, 1890 The terrible tragedy at Rome 5
January 30, 1890 Resolutions of Respect. 1
January 30, 1890 Death of a Colored Woman. 1
January 30, 1890 Metz-Odon 5
January 30, 1890 The People’s Journal 5
January 30, 1890 John Lanier 8
January 30, 1890 “It is a boy.” 8
January 30, 1890 Pleasant visit to her relatives and friends 8
February 6, 1890 Not available  
February 13, 1890 Mrs. James Hilson 5
February 13, 1890 Cunyus-Jones 5
February 13, 1890 Mrs. Sarah A. Towers died at her residence 8
February 13, 1890 Death of Hannah 8
February 13, 1890 A beautiful marriage service 8
February 13, 1890 New baby boys 8
February 20, 1890 This issue is missing.  
February 27, 1890 A Happy Marriage. 1
February 27, 1890 Death of Mr. Wm. H. Hood 1
February 27, 1890 Death of Mrs. Northcutt. 5
February 27, 1890 Mrs. Benj. Briant 8
February 27, 1890 Stegall-Goode 8
March 6, 1890 Tribute of Respect 1
March 6, 1890 In Memoriam. 1
March 6, 1890 In Memoriam. 1
March 6, 1890 At the Presbyterian church 5
March 6, 1890 Mr. Alex Hopkins 5
March 6, 1890 Jenkins Child 8
March 6, 1890 Business trip 8
March 13, 1890 The Wedding Bells 1
March 13, 1890 Libel for Divorce 4
March 13, 1890 Cunyus-Hawkins 5
March 13, 1890 Libel for Divorce 5
March 13, 1890 Fortenberry-Yancey 8
March 13, 1890 Pickard-Adams 8
March 13, 1890 Wife of Burnett Horrington 8
April 3, 1890 No deaths or marriages.  
April 10, 1890 A Sad Death 4
April 10, 1890 Seven interments 5
April 10, 1890 Col. Howard celebration 5
April 10, 1890 Two bouncing baby boys 8
April 10, 1890 Died at the residence of her son 8
April 10, 1890 Mr. Whitten 8
April 10, 1890 Hit on the Head 8
April 17, 1890 His Body Exhumed. 5
April 17, 1890 The Marriage of Dr. J. G. Greene and Miss Marian Buford. 7
April 24, 1890 Death of Capt. George W. Maddox. 4
April 24, 1890 Strickland-Benham marriage 5
April 24, 1890 Burnes-Leeke 8
April 24, 1890 News from Taylorsville 8
April 24, 1890 Funeral of Mrs. Susan Barton 8
April 24, 1890 Infant son died Sunday 8
April 24, 1890 Marriage of Cason-Williams 8
May 1, 1890 A Pretty Marriage. 1
May 1, 1890 Death of Capt. Maddox 8
May 8, 1890 A Fair Floridian 4
May 8, 1890 Death of Two Children. 5
May 8, 1890 Death of Two Children. 5
May 15, 1890 Death of Mrs. R. J. Williams. 1
May 15, 1890 Death of Mrs. Gilreath. 1
May 15, 1890 A Good Lady Dies. 1
May 15, 1890 Death of Mrs. Davidson. 1
May 15, 1890 Death of Stubbs Infant 8
May 15, 1890 Died of consumption 8
May 15, 1890 Mr. Pinkney Barnes 8
May 15, 1890 Richards-Smith 8
May 15, 1890 Death of Mrs. Gilreath 8
May 15, 1890 Marriage of Richards-Smith 8
May 15, 1890 Leek Child 8
May 22, 1890 The Marriage of Mr. Robert Renfroe and Miss May Battle. 5
May 22, 1890 Death of a Well Known Citizen. 8
May 29, 1890 Death of Miss Effie Owens. 1
May 29, 1890 Mays-Jones marriage 5
May 29, 1890 Death of Yancy Infant 8
May 29, 1890 Fortenburg daughter buried 8
June 5, 1890 A Re-Union Picnic. 1
June 5, 1890 A Party of Ladies to Sail for Europe on June 12th. 1
June 5, 1890 Death of Dr. Word 5
June 5, 1890 Census enumerators 5
June 5, 1890 Happily Mated 5
June 5, 1890 Thompson Infant 8
June 5, 1890 Attends burial of a near relative 8
June 12, 1890 Joined in Wedlock 1
June 12, 1890 Death of a Good Man. 1
June 12, 1890 Mrs. John Lewis 8
June 12, 1890 Aunt Betsey Thompson 8
June 12, 1890 A distressing accident 8
June 12, 1890 Killed by lightning 8
June 12, 1890 Enumerator for Kingston district 8
June 12, 1890 Death of Mrs. Bill Atwood 8
June 12, 1890 Mr. Sam House 8
June 19, 1890 The Marriage of Miss Zillah Cason and Mr. Robert P. Horton 1
June 19, 1890 Butler-Reed 5
June 19, 1890 Full count of Cartersville's population wanted 5
June 19, 1890 Cantrell-Laird 5
June 19, 1890 A Family Reunion. 5
June 19, 1890 Hayne Glover Dodd 8
June 19, 1890 Mother of Mr. Bradley 8
June 26, 1890 At Hymen’s Altar. 1
June 26, 1890 A Family Reunion. 1
June 26, 1890 Steam pipe exploded 2
June 26, 1890 Mobile, Ala. Complains 2
June 26, 1890 Drowned in lake 2
June 26, 1890 Drowned in lake 2
June 26, 1890 Death of Judge Thomas 2
June 26, 1890 A Seventeenth District Monstrosity. 5
June 26, 1890 A fine baby boy 8
June 26, 1890 Mrs. John Pearson 8
June 26, 1890 Two little boys 8
June 26, 1890 The census enumerator 8
June 26, 1890 It's a girl 8
July 3, 1890 Another Good Lady Gone 1
July 3, 1890 A Quiet Marriage 1
July 3, 1890 3,150 People 5
July 3, 1890 Rev. Alexander Gibbons from California 8
July 10, 1890 A Sudden Death 1
July 10, 1890 Mr. Henry Tumlin Dead. 1
July 10, 1890 Death of Little Willie Shelman 4
July 10, 1890 Mamie Ray 5
July 10, 1890 Marriage of Layton-Boulineau 8
July 10, 1890 Devoted mother dies 8
July 17, 1890 Uncle George's Marriage 1
July 17, 1890 A Horrible Death 1
July 17, 1890 Foote Daughter 5
July 17, 1890 Edmund Burke died suddenly 5
July 17, 1890 Cedartown population 5
July 24, 1890 Death of Mr. Brumby 1
July 24, 1890 Death In The River 1
July 24, 1890 A Sad Death 1
July 24, 1890 An Interesting Ceremony 1
July 24, 1890 Mrs. John H. King 8
July 24, 1890 Burgess Infant 8
July 24, 1890 Bartow Superior Court Proceedings 8
July 31, 1890 No deaths or marriages  
August 7, 1890 Issue not available.  
August 14, 1890 A Young Man Dies 1
August 14, 1890 Death of An Old Lady. 1
August 14, 1890 A Remarkable Family Group 5
August 21, 1890 A Sad Death 5
August 21, 1890 A Happy Marriage 8
August 28, 1890 Mr. Charlie Dabbs 5
August 28, 1890 Frightfully Burned 5
August 28, 1890 Died at her home in Cassville 8
August 28, 1890 Visiting relatives in Alabama 8
September 4, 1890 Death of a Good Woman 1
September 4, 1890 Death of Miss Addie Farris 4
September 4, 1890 A Sad Death. 4
September 4, 1890 Sunday Marriage 4
September 4, 1890 Another Sunday Marriage 4
September 4, 1890 “Over The Town” 5
September 4, 1890 Like a Young Girl 5
September 4, 1890 Jack Tinsley 8
September 4, 1890 News from Rogers' Station 8
September 11, 1890 Attending the marriage of their brother 5
September 11, 1890 Mrs. L. P. Youngblood 8
September 11, 1890 A Sad Death. 8
September 18, 1890 Accidental death 5
September 18, 1890 Guyton-Plack marriage 8
September 18, 1890 Death of Dewitt Clinton Dobbins 8
September 25, 1890 A Quiet Marriage. 4
September 25, 1890 Mrs. John C. McAlpine of Savannah 5
September 25, 1890 Death of Col. Nathan Bass 5
September 25, 1890 The death of Mr. S. P. Seay 8
September 25, 1890 Young Mr. Byrd 8
September 25, 1890 Miss Hargis returns 8
October 2, 1890 Death of a Young Lady. 4
October 2, 1890 “Doing” Europe. 4
October 2, 1890 A Negro Killed 4
October 2, 1890 Died near Kingston 8
October 2, 1890 Visiting his old mother 8
October 9, 1890 Libel for divorce 4
October 9, 1890 A Romantic Marriage at Kingston. 5
October 9, 1890 Mr. J. P. Jones Dead 5
October 9, 1890 A Quiet Marriage. 5
October 16, 1890 Beautiful little daughter 8
October 16, 1890 Carr-Richey 8
October 16, 1890 Ten pound girl 8
October 23, 1890 Morris baby 8
October 30, 1890 No Deaths or Marriages.  
November 6, 1890 Still a Mystery 1
November 6, 1890 Death of Mrs. Ferguson. 1
November 6, 1890 Death of Mrs. Howard. 1
November 6, 1890 Another Killing. 1
November 6, 1890 The Hanging of Woolfolk 2
November 6, 1890 Sands Child 5
November 6, 1890 Death of Mr. Emanuel Mann 5
November 13, 1890 The Alleged Murderess Landed in Jail in Rome. 1
November 13, 1890 In Memory of Charlie Thomas and Leila McCandless 1
November 13, 1890 Death of Went Owens 8
November 13, 1890 Mrs. Col. Morris 8
November 13, 1890 Sad Visit 8
November 20, 1890 Thrice Shot. 1
November 20, 1890 A Sad Death. 6
November 20, 1890 A Happy Marriage. 6
November 20, 1890 A Good Citizen Gone. 6
November 20, 1890 A very interesting meeting 8
November 20, 1890 Ellison-Lyle 8
November 20, 1890 Burned to death on Dysart farm 8
November 20, 1890 Donald-Barton 8
November 27, 1890 Issue not available  
December 4, 1890 Married: Foster-Fleming 5
December 4, 1890 Kicked by a colt 5
December 4, 1890 Married at the residence of bride's parents 5
December 11, 1890 Towers-Power 8
December 11, 1890 Historical clock 8
December 11, 1890 To hymen's altar 8
December 11, 1890 Mr. Bob Smith 8
December 18, 1890 A Marriage Yesterday 2
December 18, 1890 A Sad Death. 4
December 18, 1890 A Distressing Accident. 4
December 18, 1890 Daniel-Lewis 4
December 25, 1890 Issue not published  

 

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