William G. Anderson

 
The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 5, 1884, page 3
 
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Death of W. G. Anderson.

Monday morning of last week, Mr. William G. Anderson was on the streets in as good health, apparently, as usual. Monday evening he was taken with a chill, which lasted till Tuesday night, when he died.

No man was better known than “Buff” Anderson (as he was familiarly called by his friends). He was a genial, generous, jolly, whole-souled, open-hearted man. He will be missed from our streets. To the bereaved family we tender our sympathies in this their sad misfortune, especially with the fond mother who loved her boy so devotedly, and whose loss is irreparable, do we tenderly sympathize.

 

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