Hennegan Child

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
April 7, 1892, page 1
 
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Died Suddenly.

A little child, seven months old, of Mr. and Mrs. Hennegan, who live in the rear of the Loveless lot on Market street, while playing, on Tuesday morning, suddenly fell over and being picked up by its parents, was observed to be limp and lifeless. Dr. Griffin, who was near by was quickly called in, but found that nothing could be done to restore it. Life was extinct. It is supposed to have died from a fit.

 

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