Mr. A. T. Livingston

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 1, 1888, Page 8
Transcribed by 2006

“Round About In Bartow.”


Who does not remember Mr. A. T. Livingston?  Our good friend who used to associate among us, now numbered among the dead.  Mr. Livingston left us last year, moving among his relatives in Western North Carolina where he thought the change might benefit a constitutional disease, but this latitude had no effect upon his system.  He gradually grew worse, suffering agonies until death relieved him at 4 o’clock, Oct. 6th, being in his 70th year.  We bow in recognition over the loss of our reverend friend, who childlike in disposition, moved among us in a quiet way and left us with naught against him.  Adairsville offers a flower that we may place it upon the resting place of this gentleman and patriotic citizen as our testimony of respect and reverence.


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