Levett Child

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 28, 1889, page 8
 
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Kingston.

A very sudden death occurred in Kingston this evening at four o’clock, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levett, of Minneapolis, Minn., aged near three years, at the house of Mr. E. H. Bell. She was a bright, healthy child yesterday and took croup last night and the disease could not be checked. Dr. T. F. Jones was called in today but with all his skill he could not save its life. Mr. Levette had gone to Talking Rock expecting to take an extensive trip through the mountains of Georgia. One man has been started through the county on horseback and one up the M. & N. R. R., to find Mr. Lovette [several spellings of this name are used in this item] and bear the sad news of his loved one’s death and return to comfort the broken hearted mother.

 

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