McD. Harris

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
November 22, 1875, Page 3
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Tribute of Respect.
To the Officers and Members of Ornan Lodge F. & A. M. 233 Kingston, Ga.

Sorrow’s mournful arch must again be bereaved, and under it must we bow low our heads in paying tribute, to our deceased Brother McD HARRIS, who died July 22nd, 1875.

Be it resolved, That in the death of Brother Harris Masonry has lost one of her oldest and most zealous members, the Church one of its most strict adherents, his family a kind husband and indulgent father, the community a good citizen.

Be it further resolved, That we deeply sympathize with his bereaved family in their irreparable loss and can only offer this consolation—he is dead to man, but lives to God.

Resolved further, that we inscribed a page to his memory upon the minute book of this Lodge and furnish his family with a copy of these resolutions.



The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
February 10, 1876, Page 2

Letters of Administration.

“McDonough Harris, a resident of said county, departed this life intestate, in the year 1875, and no person has applied for administration on the estate of said deceased” administration will be vested in the Clerk of the Superior Court.




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