Elliott M. Northcutt

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
December 22, 1898 Page 1:
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Elliott M. Northcutt

He Dies at His Home, in This City, Yesterday Morning.

Mr. Elliott M. Northcutt died at his home, on Gilmer street, at six o’clock yesterday morning. He was the victim of dyspepsia and catarrh, and the latter finally drifting into consumption. His afflictions were of several years duration but he took his bed only a month or so ago.

Mr. Northcutt was the son of Mr. Alfred Northcutt, of Acworth, who died about a year ago, and was 43 years of age. Three brothers survive him, Joseph Northcutt, of Acworth, George Northcutt, conductor on the East and West railroad, and James Northcutt, a merchant of Cherokee county. He was married twice, his last wife being Miss Laura Forrester whom he married about six years ago, and who survives him. He leaves four children, three by his first wife, and one by his last. He was a carpenter and worked at his trade until his health began to fail then he opened a grocery store, which business his health wouldn’t admit of his giving attention. He has resided in Cartersville about fifteen years.

The remains will be interred at Oak Hill the funeral taking place at 10:30 o’clock today.


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