Charlie Hudgins

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
March 7 , 1907, Page 1
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Charlie Hudgins Is Killed In a Wreck
Met His Death Last Friday Night, In Collision Between Passenger and Detached Freight Cars.

Charlie Hudgins, an engineer on the Seaboard, whose home was formerly in this city, but finally in Atlanta, was killed in a wreck on the above named road, near Powder Springs, last Friday night.

Charlie Hudgins was the son of Mrs. Nancy Hudgins, of Cartersville, and was a young man much beliked by all who knew him.  He had been an engineer on the Seaboard for about fifteen years, commencing first in the service of the old East and West and when the road was bought by the Seaboard continuing in the service of the latter road.

His burial took place at Cedartown, where he had lived before he moved to Atlanta, on Monday. A fair sized delegation of the Knights of Pythias order here went over to the funeral. [A long description of the accident follows.]


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