Mrs. Mannie Jefferson

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
March 4, 1897, Page 1
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A Sudden Death.

Mrs. Jefferson Drops Dead, While at the Home of Her Son-in-law.


Mrs. Mannie Jefferson, widow of the late Mr. James Jefferson, who resided near Emerson, while on a visit at the home of her son-in-law, Mr. Frank Camp, south of the city, fell dead last Monday morning while assisting in some culinary matters about the house. Mrs. Jefferson had not been in good health for some time. Heart trouble is thought to have been the cause of her death. She was the mother of a large family of children, among whom were Mrs. James Shaw, Mrs. Gray, and Mrs. Frank Camp, of this county; Mrs. R. B. Stegall, of Chattanooga; Mrs. M. Childers of Rockwood, Tenn., Mrs. R. E. L. Majors, of Carrollton, and Mr. Thomas Jefferson and another son in this county.

She was 65 years old and an estimable, good woman, a consistent member of the Baptist church and greatly beliked by all who knew her.


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