Mr. Tom Kenney

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 13, 1888, Page 4
 
Transcribed by 2006
 

Hall’s Mill.

Last Wednesday evening just below here the passenger train knocked from the track and instantly killed Mr. Tom Kenney.  He had been walking the wagon road and hadn’t been on track more than two minutes when he was knocked off.  He was walking very rapidly with his back to the train.  He was to move among us shortly and had just fitted up a blacksmith shop.  He was on his way home, near Kingston, after his first day’s work in his shop.

 

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