Prof. J. I. Inghram

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
December 22, 1892, Page 1
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Death of Prof. Inghram.

Prof. J. I. Inghram, of Washington, Ga., died at his home in that place on Monday evening, and his remains were carried to Calhoun on Tuesday to be laid to rest by the side of his mother.

Prof. Inghram was a graduate of the state university, and has spent the greater part of his life in teaching. He was a man of untiring energy and devotion to his work and spoke several languages fluently. He had a warm heart, and was ever a faithful and true friend—always ready to help those who needed his assistance.

He was a brother of Mrs. T. C. Milner, of this city, and spent the past summer in Cartersville. He is well known to many of our people, who will regret to learn of his death.


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