Isaac Ingram

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
September 17, 1891, page 5
 
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A Good Man Gone.

Mr. Isaac Ingram, more familiarly known as “Uncle Ingram,” died on the 5th instant, at his home near Corbin, Ga. He was a good citizen, strictly honest in all his dealings with his fellow man, a loving father, kind husband and a most devoted Christian. Among his last words were these: “I can’t stay in this world much longer, I want you all to meet me in heaven; farewell.” At his request Dr. Felton conducted the funeral services at Corbin’s school house on Monday morning, and then his remains were interred with Masonic honors at Corbin family cemetery.

 

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