Mrs. L. A. Holmes

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
October 10, 1907, Page 3
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Probate of Will.
Georgia – Bartow County.

F. V. Smith having applied, as next friend of Louis Poindexter, for probate in solemn form the nuncupative will and testament of Mrs. L. A. Holmes, of said county, you, Thomas Cooper, as heir at law of Mrs. L. A. Holmes, are hereby notified to be and appear at the Court of Ordinary for said county on the first Monday in November, 1907, when said application for probate will be heard.  This October 9, 1907.

G. W. Hendricks, Ordinary.


The Cartersville News
March 14, 1907, Page 8

“Sundry Items of Home News.”

Death of Mrs. Holmes.

Mrs. L. A. Holmes died at her home in this city some ten days ago.  Her husband was a well known carpenter who came to Cartersville from Athens a quarter of a century ago and after remaining a number of years moved back to that city, where he died.  She left no immediate relatives here except a son of an adopted daughter, little Louis Poindexter, who was only about eleven years of age.  Her remains were interred at Oak Hill.  Mrs. Holmes was a good Christian woman, and was beliked by all who knew her.


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