Mrs. John H. King

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 24, 1890, page 8
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After a patient and long-suffering characteristic of Christian fortitude, Mrs. John H. King was called to a higher tribunal last Saturday evening at 8 o’clock. Her social worth was better understood by the number of warm friends who bow in recognition of this loss, and a tear from the sweet face of a little daughter spoke the anguish and sorrow of a fireside. A full cortege guided the remains to the cemetery, where, after an impressive funeral service, they were interred. Dr. King will understand our respect in his hour of misfortune.


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