H. M. Green

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
August 26, 1874, Page 3
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On Wednesday night last, Mr. H. M. GREEN, a young lawyer from Atlanta, arrived here on the 8:18 train, and took a room at the Bartow House.  The next morning at a late hour, he was called to breakfast, but not responding, investigation was made, when he was found to be very ill and apparently in a dying condition.  Medical attention was immediately called, and a telegram dispatched to his relatives in Atlanta.  His father and brother came upon the first train.

He was skillfully treated by scientific practitioners, and had the affectionate attentions of dear relatives, but death had set its seal upon the devoted brow of the patient, and he gradually sank until Friday afternoon, when his spirit passed into the mysterious depths beyond.  Mr. Green was the eldest of two sons, and gave promise of success in his profession, and much usefulness in the world.  We deeply sympathize with his afflicted family.  Congestion of the brain, we learn, was the immediate cause of his death.  His remains were taken to Atlanta for interment.


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