Charley Kincaid

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
October 25, 1900, page 1
 
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Found Dead in a Pasture.

Charley Kincaid, a negro man who lived on Capt. J. J. Conner’s place about five miles from town, was found dead in the pasture, where he went to drive up the cows, last Friday morning.

He was in Cartersville Thursday evening and is said to have imbibed quite freely of corn whiskey, and remarked to some one as he left town that he had to go home and get up the cows.  The cause of his death is unknown.

 

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