“Doings in Bartow—Cass Station.”

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
July 8, 1897 Page 8:
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“Doings in Bartow—Cass Station.”

The many friends of Miss Lillian Haynes and family of Cassville, are sorry to learn of her death which occurred there on Saturday. She was buried Sunday afternoon at the Cassville cemetery.

Death of a Young Lady.

A very sad death occurred at Cassville last Saturday evening. At the home of her brother-in-law, Mr. George H. Headden, at 9 o’clock on that evening, Miss Lillian Haynes passed away after a lingering illness with catarrhal consumption. Miss Haynes, whose home was in Atlanta, with her mother, visited Mr. and Mrs. Headden last December and then feeble, was taken sick and was never considered strong to return home. She bore her illness with remarkable fortitude and when death came met it bravely and resignedly.

Miss Haynes was an educated, intelligent and amiable young lady and possessed a most lovely disposition. She was the daughter of Mrs. J. K. Haynes, a sister of Mrs. G. H. Headden, of Cassville, Mrs. Keith and Mrs. Blair, of Atlanta, and Mr. Clifton Haynes. She was a niece of Dr. W. C. Griffin, of this city.

Her remains were interred at Cassville cemetery on Sunday evening.


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