Arminda Dobbs

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
March 15, 1900, page 1
 
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Death of Mrs. Dobbs.
At the Home of Her Daughter, Mrs. T. A. Haney.

News was received by relatives in Cartersville Tuesday, informing them of the death of Mrs. Arminda Dobbs, which occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. T. A. Haney, near Calhoun, on Tuesday morning.

Mrs. Dobbs has been sick for several weeks with pneumonia, and being at an advanced age, there was little hope of her recovery from the first.

She was sixty-three years old, and has been a widow for a number of years, her husband having died during the war.  She was the mother of Mr. J. A. Dobbs, of this city, and Mrs. T. A. Haney, of Calhoun, and for several years has made her home with the latter.

Mrs. Dobbs was a woman of many Christian virtues and had a large circle of relatives and friends who will regret to learn of her death.

Mr. J. A. Dobbs and his family have been in Calhoun for several days, and Mr. J. H. Dobbs went up yesterday to attend the funeral which took place at the Calhoun cemetery.

 

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