Mr. Ed Duncan

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
March 8, 1894, Page 8
 
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“Corbin.”

A sad accident occurred here on Monday, the 26 th ult. Mr. Ed Duncan and his little son were out hunting. Mr. Duncan was cutting down a tree after squirrels when a limb fell and struck him in the temple. He fell senseless. His little boy ran to get assistance. On his return he found him still unconscious. By a fierce shaking and rubbing he recovered, and with help, walked home, which was some distance. He lingered until 4 o’clock Tuesday morning when he died. He leaves a wife and five children.

 

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