Prof. H. C. Carney

 
The Cartersville Courant
Cartersville, Georgia
December 2, 1886, page 3
 
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In Memoriam.
Resolutions Passed by the Methodist Sunday School Commemorative of the Late Prof. H. C. Carney.

The committee appointed by the Methodist Sunday School in Cartersville, GA., to draft resolutions in regard to the death of Prof. H. C. Carney, respectfully submit: [Resolutions continue, see Cartersville American, November 10, 1886.]

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The Cartersville American
November 10, 1886, page 2

Prof. Carney Dead.
He Passes Quietly Away at 2 O’clock Yesterday.

Prof. H. C. Carney died yesterday evening at 2 o’clock, after a brief illness.  He had been confined to his room for several days with a slight attack of pneumonia, but not until Saturday night did the symptoms of the disease create any serious alarm, when he began to grow worse, and Sunday morning he was thought to be dying.  But he rallied in the afternoon and night and on Monday he was considered a great deal better.  Yesterday morning he grew much worse until 2 o’clock, when he died.

Prof. Carney came to Cartersville from Oxford during the summer and took charge of East Cartersville Institute.  Since his arrival in our midst, he has won many friends and was universally popular among our people.  He was a man of ability and culture.  He was a fine teacher, thoroughly competent, of advanced and progressive methods.  His death is a great loss to our community.  His remains will be carried to Oxford for interment.

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November 17, 1886
Page 3

To the Memory of Prof. Carney.

At a meeting of the pupils of the East Cartersville Institute on last Wednesday, the 10th inst., the following preamble and resolutions were adopted…[Resolutions continued see notice of death in Nov. 10, 1886 issue.]

 

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