Miss Sallie Dunahoo

 
The Cartersville Courant
Cartersville, Georgia
August 19, 1886, page 3
 
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Miss Sallie Dunahoo.

At a meeting of the Oak Grove Sunday school this morning the following action was taken on the death of one of the members:
Whereas it has pleased God in His wise providence to remove be death, one of our members, Miss Sallie Dunahoo….[Article continues, see Cartersville American, August 10, 1886.]

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The Cartersville American
August 10, 1886, page 2

Corbin’s Academy.

Our teacher’s desk is draped in mourning for Miss Sallie Dunahoo, whose sweet disposition endeared her to all, and whose merry, ringing voice cheered those around her, but is now silent in death.  Miss Sallie was a girl of an amiable disposition, a member of the Baptist Church; and loved by all who knew her.  Her sickness was of short duration, and warning us all to be as she was; ready for death.  “Watch therefore; for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the son of man cometh.”

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