H. C. Garrison

 
The Cartersville Courant
Cartersville, Georgia
September 23, 1886, page 3
 
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In the death of Mr. H. C. Garrison, which occurred last Friday afternoon this community has suffered a severe loss.  “Bud” Garrison was a deservedly popular man.  He was a man of sterling traits of character, an efficient, energetic and conscientious official of the government, a true friend and a loving thoughtful husband and father and generous and kind in all the offices of his life.  His had been a protracted illness, which he bore with rare fortitude and patience.  He was buried at the cemetery at Pinelog, Rev. W. A. Dodge performing the burial service.  His wife, a most estimable lady, and three children survive him.

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The Cartersville American
September 22, 1886, page 3

Dead.

Mr. H. C. Garrison died at his residence in this place on last Friday.  He had been a patient sufferer for several months, and his death was no surprise to his friends, for they knew the end was only a question of time, and that upon the exhaustion of his wonderful constitution.  The peculiarity of his disease baffled the doctors and the whole medical science was ransacked in vain to find some antidote that would check its ravages or allay the intense pain it caused.

The deceased was a man of many fine qualities, a strong, generous friend, a devoted husband, a kind and thoughtful father.  He was a good citizen, and his death is a sad loss to the community. His remains were interred at the Pine Log graveyard, Rev. W. A. Dodge officiating.  He leaves a wife and a host of friends to mourn his loss.

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The Cartersville American
October 6, 1886, page 2

Georgia –Bartow County.

Whereas Mrs. P. V. Garrison, widow of H. C. Garrison, has applied to have set apart a twelve months support for herself and minor children out of the estate of said H. C. Garrison, and appraisers having made return of the same, therefore all persons concerned are hereby cited to file their objections, if any they have, in my office within the time prescribed by law, else the same will be passed upon and allowed, on the first Monday in November, 1886. This 27th September, 1886.

J. A. Howard, Ordinary

 

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