Milton C. Jackson

 
The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
February 15, 1872, page 3
 
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FUNERAL NOTICE.

The friends and acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. JACKSON, are invited to attend the funeral of the former, at the Presbyterian Church, this (Thursday) morning, at 11 o’clock.
Cartersville, February 15th, 1872.

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GRIM VISAGED DEATH has again visited our precincts and removed from our social circle our highly esteemed friend and fellow-citizen, MILTON C. JACKSON.  He died at his residence in this place with dropsy of the chest, after a lingering illness of several weeks, on yesterday (Wednesday) morning, 5 o’clock.  Mr. J. was one of our most enterprising and useful citizens.  In his death our community has sustained a loss that is irreparable.  Before his death, we learn, he attached himself to the Presbyterian Church, and received the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.  While we weep with, and tender to his grief-stricken and bereaved family our heartfelt condolence, we weep not as those without hope.  When he joined the church, he had his little children dedicated to God in holy baptism, his wife already being a member; and while he, with his family, received the emblems of Christ’s broken body and shed blood, he doubtless, remembered the Saviour’s promise to his disciples on the night of His betrayal, that “they should drink it anew with Him in His Father’s Kingdom,” which promise, he has, we believe, ere this, realized in all its fullness.  He is gone from our midst, and left his dear ones behind to follow after him –part of his family have crossed the flood, and part are crossing now.

His remains will be interred in the town cemetery, after the funeral services at the Presbyterian Church at 11 o’clock to-day (Thursday), with Masonic honors.

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February 29, 1872
Page 2.

Notice.

Milton C. Jackson, of the firm of Z. W. & M. C. Jackson & Co., having died, it becomes necessary to wind up the business of said firm immediately.  Those indebted to said firm will be expected to settle at once.
Feb. 17, 1872
Z. W. Jackson, Surviving partner.

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April 4, 1872
Page 3.

Georgia Bartow County.

Will be sold on the first Tuesday in May next, during the legal hours of sale, before the Court House door in the town of Cartersville, the following property belonging to the estate of Milton C. Jackson, deceased: One-third of the Steam Saw mill stock and fixtures, near Stiles’, belonging to or known as the Jackson & Roberts saw mill, and one-fourth interest of the machine shop stock and fixtures in the town of Cartersville, belonging to or known as the Z. W. & M. C. Jackson & Co., steam planning mills.

Emily Jackson
Executrix of the will of M. C. Jackson, dec’d.

 

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