J. E. Hull

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
December 5, 1907, Page 1
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J. E. Hull Dead.
Well known Citizen Succumbs to Pneumonia Tuesday.

Mr. J. C. Hull, a well-known citizen, died Tuesday morning, after an illness of nine days, with pneumonia.

Mr. Hull had been seemingly enjoying the best of health up to the time he was attacked with a severe cold which ended in the malady from which he died.  He moved here from Acworth some eight or ten years ago, made friends with all he met, and proved himself a desirable citizen.

He is survived by three sons, Messrs. Ed Hull, of near Savannah; John Hull, of Birmingham, Ala., Arthur Hull, of near Savannah, and two daughters, Mrs. Homer Reece, of Cobb county, and Miss Fannie Hull, of this city.  Mr. Hull, a year or so ago, married Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, his second wife, who also survives him.

The funeral occurs today, at 8:30 o’clock, from the Baptist church.  The remains will be carried on the morning train to Acworth, and interred at Mars Hill cemetery, near that place.


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