Mrs. Annie Willingham Lowman

 
The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
March 22, 1883, page 1
 
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Died, in Macon yesterday evening, at 6 o’clock, Mrs. Annie Willingham Lowman, daughter of the editor of this paper. Remains will arrive here at 4:36 this evening. Funeral, 10 o’clock tomorrow (Friday) morning.

 
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The Free Press
March 29, 1883, page 2

In Memoriam.

Died, in the city of Macon, Georgia, at 6 o’clock, P. M., on Wednesday, March 21st, 1883, Mrs. Annie Humber Lowman, wife of Mr. E. H. Lowman, of South Pittsburg, Tennessee, aged 21 years, 10 months and 23 days. She was the beloved and idolized only daughter of C. H. C. and L. A. Willingham. [Article continues—“She was all in all, the central figure of parental solicitude in a family of six children who lived beyond infancy; the only daughter and the only sister, the queen of the hearts of us all…The beloved one sleeps in Oak Hill cemetery..”

 
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The Free Press
March 29, 1883, page 3

Several more articles about the death of the editors daughter, Annie Willingham Lowman.

 

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