The Free Press 1882

Cartersville, GA
 
Cartersville, Georgia; The Free Press; Sept. 1880- Dec. 1883; microfilm reproduced by the University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA.
 
Transcribed by 2006
 
Publication Date
Title
Page
January 5, 1882 James Daniel Waddell 2
January 5, 1882 Mrs. Amelia Anderson 3
January 5, 1882 Cunyus—Leeke 3
January 5, 1882 Cannon-Conyers 3
January 5, 1882 Howard-Payne 3
January 5, 1882 Lumpkin—Benhan 3
January 12, 1882 ten pound boy 3
January 12, 1882 Mr. Gus Tibbs 3
January 12, 1882 Hymeneal 3
January 12, 1882 Sadler-Jones. 3
January 12, 1882 Given-Cocke 3
January 12, 1882 Knight-England. 3
January 12, 1882 Mr. Jabez Galt and Miss Lizzie A. Teasley 3
January 12, 1882 In Memoriam 3
January 19, 1882 Maj. A. M. Foute    3
January 19, 1882 Mr. James W. Strange 3
January 19, 1882 Obituary 3
January 19, 1882 Married 3
January 26, 1882 In Memoriam. 3
February 2, 1882 Death of Mrs. Smalley. 3
February 2, 1882 The Murder in Dawson County. 3
February 9, 1882 Mr. W. Y. Bailey 3
February 9, 1882 Hymeneal. 3
February 9, 1882 One By One They Go. 3
February 16, 1882 “Seventeenth District Items.”   3
February 23, 1882 No Issue Published. 3
March 2, 1882 No deaths or marriages. 3
March 9, 1882 The Late Col. Abda Johnson. 1
March 9, 1882 Married 3
March 9, 1882 Mrs. Wood, wife of Engineer E. L. Wood 3
March 9, 1882 The dead body of a negro man 3
March 9, 1882 “Glimpses of Georgia.” 3
March 16, 1882 Gabriel H. Culver. 3
March 23, 1882 No issue published. 3
March 30, 1882. W. T. Thompson 2
March 30, 1882. Willie, the son of Mr. J. W. Scott 3
March 30, 1882. Mr. Elizur L. Newton 3
April 6, 1882 A beautiful monument 3
April 6, 1882 The Death of Mr. Scott. 3
April 13, 1882. Mr. Rooney 3
April 13, 1882. Death of Mrs. Bryant. 3
April 27, 1882 Married, at the residence of Mr. Barna Wallace 3
April 27, 1882 distinguished arrival 3
May 4, 1882 Mr. Samuel Bell 3
May 4, 1882 Married 3
May 4, 1882 Seventy Years Old 3
May 11, 1882 Captain Taylor 3
May 11, 1882 serious illness 3
May 11, 1882 Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wikle 3
May 11, 1882 Capt. Thomas J. Lyon's brother 3
May 11, 1882 “The Old Seventeenth.” 3
May 18, 1882 Mr. Hackett 3
May 18, 1882 Death of a Good Citizen 3
May 25, 1882 Jack Cato 3
May 25, 1882 Married 3
May 25, 1882 Hymeneal 3
June 1, 1882 Georgia News   [I don’t always transcribe all of the deaths mentioned in this section—they are generally sensational deaths that occur in Georgia.  I usually concentrate on Bartow County and its neighbors—L. B.] 1
June 1, 1882 Georgia News - little three-year-old 1
June 1, 1882 Georgia News - little son of Mrs. Corbitt 1
June 1, 1882 Georgia News - Buena Vista Argus 1
June 1, 1882 Georgia News - Berrien county News 1
June 1, 1882 Charlie Mountcastle Dead 3
June 8, 1882 Mrs. McDonel 3
June 8, 1882 Mrs. Jefferson Clarke 3
June 8, 1882 Obituary 3
June 15, 1882 Dr. W. Hardy  
June 15, 1882 Sunday policeman 3
June 15, 1882 Died, on Tuesday 3
June 15, 1882 In Memoriam 3
June 22, 1882 Georgia News 1
June 22, 1882 “Adairsville.” [typhoid] 3
June 29, 1882 Georgia News: 1
June 29, 1882 Hill Conyers 3
June 29, 1882 “Adairsville.” 3
June 29, 1882 In Memoriam. 3
June 29, 1882 A  Death Last Night 3
July 6, 1882 No deaths or marriages.  
July 13, 1882 Death of Oscar W. Hackett 3
July 20, 1882 Riot in Paulding 3
July 20, 1882 On the Death of Little Will Thomas Word 3
July 20, 1882 Mr. L. W. Gaines 3
July 20, 1882 Mrs. M. A. Dagnall 3
July 27, 1882 “Georgia News.” 1
August 3, 1882 In Memoriam 1
August 3, 1882 Mrs. Mary Johnson 3
August 3, 1882 The late Mrs. Defoor 3
August 3, 1882 “Dots From Euharlee.” 3
August 3, 1882 To Have Been Married Yesterday 3
August 10, 1882 William H. Gilbert 3
August 10, 1882 Crushed to Death 3
August 10, 1882 “Cassville Chips.” 3
August 10, 1882 “Adairsville.” 3
August 10, 1882 Hymen consummates the Work Begun By Cupid 3
August 17, 1882 No deaths or marriages. 3
August 24, 1882 Ben Hill Dead 1
August 31, 1882 Married on August 24 3
August 31, 1882 Mr. Joseph Shaw 3
August 31, 1882 Life Was A Burden 3
August 31, 1882 “Adairsville.” 3
August 31, 1882 Death has thrown   [Typhoid] 3
August 31, 1882 Mr. Noah King 3
August 31, 1882 The Late Oscar W. Hackett 3
September 7, 1882 Married, in Kingston 3
September 14, 1882 Respect For the Dead (Vaughan Graveyard) 3
September 14, 1882 A Tribute of Respect. 3
September 21, 1882 No deaths or marriages.  
September 28, 1892 Death. 3
October 5, 1882 Dr. J. H. King 3
October 5, 1882 Our heart goes 3
October 5, 1882 Dead and Gone 3
October 12, 1882 death of Mrs. W. T. Berg 3
October 12, 1882 Hymeneal. 3
October 19, 1882 Sad Bereavement. 3
October 26, 1882 A Wedding and Two Celebrations 3
November 2, 1882 No deaths or marriages.  
November 9, 1882 No deaths or marriages.  
November 16, 1882 No deaths or marriages [A note from the editor states that the local page has been neglected for some time due to coverage of the election, and he hope to improve it in future.]  
November 23, 1882 Died, Monday night 3
November 23, 1882 The Small-Pox Case at Cassville 3
November 30, 1882 “Georgia News.” 1
December 7, 1882 aged father of Mr. W. P. Laramore 3
December 7, 1882 Married 3
December 14, 1882 Death of Mrs. Geo. W. Waldrop 3
December 14, 1882 Death of an Aged Lady 3
December 14, 1882 Death of Rev. T. C. P. Shelman 3
December 21, 1882 Death of Mr. James E. Shaw 3
December 21, 1882 Died 3
December 21, 1882 A Pleasant and Happy Marriage 3
December 21, 1882 Hymeneal 3
December 21, 1882 “Georgia News.” 4
December 28, 1882 No deaths or marriages.  

 

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