James Carroll

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 3, 1887, page 3
 
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Death of a Good Man.

Cartersville was startled yesterday morning by the announcement of the death of Mr. James Carroll, a gentleman long identified with our mining interests.  Mr. Carroll had been sick for nine days but his family and friends never dreamed his condition was serious.  He had been suffering with a complication of diseases and the fatal result was no doubt caused by being exposed to the damp weather and the great jam during the Cleveland demonstration in Atlanta.

He leaves a wife and two children to mourn the loss of a true husband and fond father.  A man, who always had a good word for everybody, fully identified and greatly interested in the upbuilding of his adopted home, he will be sadly missed.

 

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