Rev. Anderson Joseph Jarrell

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
August 6, 1896, Page 1
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Gone To His Rest.

Rev. A. J. Jarrell, the Beloved Pastor of the Methodist Church

Passes Away Saturday Night

Impressive Funeral Services at the Church—Touching Eulogistic Talks—Burial at Oxford.

[A very long article. An excerpt: “Anderson Joseph Jarrell was 56 years of age the 28 th of last March. He was born near Dean’s Ferry, on the Ocumulgee river, in Jones county, Ga. His father, Rev. John Jarrell, was a Primitive Baptist preacher…Mr. Jarrell leaves a wife and five children: They are Mrs. W. J. McClenny, of St. Louis; Miss Susie Jarrell, Dr. Joseph; G. Rev. Charles C. and William W. Jarrell.]


August 13, 1896, Page 4

Tribute of Respect for A. J. Jarrell by the Women’s Foreign Missionary Society.


September 4, 1896, Page 1:

Memorial Service

Methodists Fittingly Commemorate Their Late Pastor. [A very long article filling most of the first page: “Anderson Joseph Jarrell was born in Jones county, Ga., March 29, 1840. Graduated at the head of his class at Emory college in 1861.”]


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