Mr. T. T. Johnson.

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
July 28, 1898 Page 1:
 
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Mr. T. T. Johnson.

Father of Mr. W. D. Johnson Dies at His Home in Virginia. Mr. W. D. Johnson, who just returned last Tuesday from a visit of ten days to his father, Mr. T. T. Johnson at Louisa Court House, Va., was shocked by the receipt of a telegram on Saturday morning stating that his father was dead.

Mr. T. T. Johnson had been unwell for about six weeks, but at the time of Mr. W. D. Johnsonís visit seemed to be getting along nicely and rode into town, eight miles away and met his son there, although he was not expecting him that day.

Mr. Johnson visited his son in this city last fall and at that time was in robust health for a man of his age. He was sixty-six years old and leaves a family of four sons, Mr. W. D. Johnson being the oldest, among whom he divided a large tract of land only a few months ago. His wife preceded him to the grave two years ago.

 

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