James H. Low

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 12, 1890, page 1
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Death of a Good Man.

The many friends of Mr. James H. Low will learn with regret of his recent death at his home in New Orleans. Mr. Low was the father of Mrs. J. W. Harris, Jr., recently deceased, and spent a good portion of his time at the home of his daughter in this city for several years past. Until recently Mr. Low was known as an energetic, successful business man in Atlanta, and afterwards in New Orleans. But he was best known, both in earlier and later years, as an earnest, consecrated Christian worker, and many are the good deeds recorded on high as evidence of a life of usefulness on earth. His life was a benediction to all around him, as with steady, Christian example, and earnest persuasion he sought to win them to the way of the life. But he has gone to his reward, and has heard before now the welcome of his master: “Well done, good and faithful servant.”


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