Pink W. Kay

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 14, 1901, page 5
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Mr. Pink W. Kay, a much respected citizen of Corbin, died Monday night at his home in that place.  He was a brother-in-law of W. F. Corbin, of Texas, and brother of John, Thomas, and W. L. Kay, of this county.  He was a Confederate veteran and was wounded in the arm at the battle of Baker’s creek, near Vicksburg, Miss.  Mr. Kay was sixty years old and leaves a widow.


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Death visited us again on Tuesday a. m., at one o’clock and claimed another one of our best citizens, Mr. Pink W. Kay.  Mr. Kay had been in bad health for several years, but had been declining very rapidly since early last summer.  He spent most of his life in old Bartow county.  He also spent his best days for the confederacy and for several years has been an active member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church.  He was about 70 years of age and leaves a wife and three brothers and one sister to mourn for an affectionate husband and brother. Funeral arrangement had not been effected at this writing.


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