Z. B. Aycock

 
The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 7, 1885, page 3
 
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Death of Mr. Aycock.

On Thursday, July 2, Mr. Z. B. Aycock, of the Sixth District, died of cancer of the stomach, after a long and painful illness.  Mr. Aycock was a gentleman well known in Bartow county.  He was a brother of W L. Aycock formerly of Cassville, and now of Gadsden, Ala., also of John C. Aycock who died a few years ago at Adairsville, and of Mr. Frank M. Aycock now of Alabama.  He was for many years a citizen of the Sixth, living near Cedar Creek, and was for a long time Justice of the Peace of that District.  He was, for some days before his death, conscious of the approaching end, and expressed himself as fully prepared for death.  He leaves a wife and two children who have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their sad bereavement.

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The Cartersville American
March 2, 1886, page 2

Georgia –Bartow County.

Whereas Mary T. Aycock, widow of Z. B. Aycock, has applied to have set apart a twelve months support out of the estate of said Z. B. Aycock, and appraisers having made return of the same. Therefore all persons concerned are hereby notified to file their objections, if any they have, in my office within the time prescribed by law, else the same will be passed upon and allowed, on the first Monday in April next. This March 2, 1886.

J. A. Howard, Ordinary

 

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