Mrs. Susan Lewis Ingram

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia

Thursday, June 8, 1912

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Mrs. Susan Ingram Dies in this City Last Thursday of Apoplexy.

Mrs. Susan Ingram, wife of  Coroner W.J. Ingram, died last Thursday evening about two o’clock from a stroke of apoplexy which she received a few days previous.

She was born at Stamp Creek and was a daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Lewis. She was forty-eight years old and was reared in Bartow county.

She was married to Mr. Ingram in 1892. She is survived by four children: Mrs. Lucy Parks, Hamby, Stonewall, and Willie Ingram. She was the second wife of Mr. Ingram.

She was a member of the Methodist church and had been since she was a little girl. She was a good consecrated Christian and was loved by all who knew her.

The funeral services were held at the Sam Jones Memorial church Friday evening at two o’clock, Rev. W.T. Hunnicutt, the pastor, officiating and interment was at Oak Hill cemetery.


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