W.V. Barwick

 
The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
September 20, 1883, page 3
 
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Death of a Good Citizen.

Mr. W. V. Barwick, a citizen of our town, died at his residence on Tumlin street, on the 13th inst., and was buried here on Saturday. Although he has been among us but a few years, his sterling qualities, uprightness, industry has impressed our city with a deep sense of his loss. An humble, unpretentious man, prompt in the discharge of all his duties, a faithful friend, a peaceable and valued citizen, his zeal for the right and spotless integrity secured him the esteem and respect of every one who knew him. He leaves a loving and devoted wife to mourn his untimely death, to whom we tender our sympathy and consolation, that while he has left her alone to fight the battle of life, his decease was not of his own will and choosing but at the call of our Father in Heaven, and that while she is being tried by the toils, woes and trials of life, he is where the weary are at rest and the sorrowful cease from troubling. His whole life was an example of honesty and industry.

 

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