William George Hoviars

 
Tribune News
Cartersville, Georgia
Page ?
Thursday, February 13, 1930
 
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Mr. William George Hoviars, 65, died at his home near Stilesboro, at five o’clock Sunday morning, after an illness of long duration. His condition became critical early last week, and members of his family were summoned to his bedside, and all were present when death came peacefully to remove this good man from his suffering, in the wee hours of the clear Sabbath morning.

Mr. Hoviars was a highly esteemed man, and held the friendship of all his acquaintances throughout the county. He was a farmer of unusual ability and enjoyed success in this work.

Funeral services were conducted from Raccoon church Monday morning at eleven o’clock, Rev. R.I. Johnson, pastor of Felton’s Chapel officiating. Interment was made in the church-yard cemetery with John W. Jones Funeral Director, in charge.

Mr. Hoviars is survived by six daughters, they are: Miss Delmer Hoviars, Birmingham, Mrs. Ollie Cooper, Mrs. Cynthia McCrary, Mrs. Altie Woodall and Miss Lizzie Hoviars, Gadsden, Mrs. Ella Woodall, Stilesboro, and one son Mr. Luther Hoviars, Birmingham. He is also survived by two sisters, they are: Mrs. Martha Brock, Stilesboro and Mrs. Sara Smith, Lindale, Ga. Their many friends thru-out Bartow county sympathize with them in their sad bereavement.

 

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