Wade Hampton

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
September 4, 1890, page 4
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A Sad Death.

The friends of Mr. Wade Hampton, of Versailles, Ky., will hear with regret of his death at that place on the 28th ult. He was held in great esteem by the people of his home and the surrounding country. Those who knew him here will remember him as the always genial and courteous gentleman. He was just entering the prime of a vigorous and useful manhood when death called him. He was the brother of the late Mrs. Jere E. Field, of this city, and like her was universally esteemed by those who knew him. To his widow and son and to his aged parents we extend the sincere sympathy of his friends here in this their great affliction.


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