R.C. Conner

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 5, 1889, page 8
 
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The following tribute to the memory of R. C. Conner was passed at the last meeting of the Sixes Farmerís Alliance, No. 541:

Whereas on the 5th day of November 1889, last, it pleased the Supreme Ruler of the universe to stretch forth the icy hand of death and remove from our midst R. C. Conner, and transplant his soul, as we believe, into that upper and better Kingdom, that house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens; therefore by the Sixes Lodge, No. 541 be it

Resolved 1. That in the death of R. C. Conner in his sixty-fourth year, we recognize the immutable will of God and his wisdom in all things that whatsoever he doeth is for the best.

Resolved 2. That in the death of Brother R. C. Conner Sixes Lodge is bereft of a zealous and exemplary member, the county has lost the citizenship of an honest man, the home a quiet, loving and affectionate husband and father, and his host of acquaintances a true, self-sacrificing friend and counselor.

Resolved 3. That our deepest and most sincere heartfelt sympathies be and they are hereby tendered to the bereaved wife and children of our deceased friend and brother.

Resolved 5. That a page be kept in our record book upon which these resolutions shall be recorded.

Resolved 5. That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of our beloved brother and that a copy be forwarded to the Cartersville Courant-American with request to publish the same.

N. E. Hubbard, C. W. Ferguson, J. W. McCollum, Committee.

 

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