Mrs. Fannie G. Hicks

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
February 7, 1907, Page 1
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Mrs. Hicks Dead.
Estimable Lady Passes Away at Her Home Near the City.

Mrs. Fannie G. Hicks, wife of F. R. Hicks, died at her home, near this city, last Friday.  Mrs. Hicks had been ill for many months with consumption and her death was not a surprise to her relatives and friends.

She leaves a husband and three daughters and six sons to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and mother.  She was a sister of Messrs. W. H. and Thomas Lumpkin, Mrs. Osment and Miss Dell Lumpkin, of this community, and Mrs. J. E. Scott, of Adairsville.

Mrs. Hicks was a member of the Baptist church, which she joined in her girlhood, and was a sweet spirited Christian woman.  She will be missed by her many friends.

The funeral services took place last Saturday, being conducted from Oak Grove church, and her remains were interred at Oak Hill cemetery, this city.  Rev. J. E. Hudson, pastor of the Baptist church at Adairsville, conducted the funeral services. [Resolutions of Respects by the Oak Grove Missionary Society were published on page 1 of the May 9, 1907 issue]


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