Mrs. Didama James

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
March 14, 1889, page 4
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Death of Mrs. James.

Mrs. Didama James died in this city on Friday morning last at 2 o’clock. She had been in feeble health for fourteen years. She was the mother of Mr. William James, Mrs. A. M. Willingham, of this city, and Mrs. W. W. McNinch, of Moberly, Mo. Mrs. James was for many years a true and devoted member of the Baptist church and lived a Christian life. As a good mother she will be missed by her children that survive her, as a friend she will be missed by many who have known her kindly ministrations and cheering words. Her funeral took place on Saturday morning, Rev. W. H. Cooper officiating.


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