Mrs. G. A. Patillo

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
March 22, 1900, page 1
 
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Death of Mrs. Pattillo.

A very sad death was that of Mrs. G. A. Pattillo, which occurred at her home on South avenue, on Thursday morning last at about nine o’clock.  Mrs. Pattillo had been a sufferer from cancer for some time and a recent surgical operation performed in Atlanta, it was thought might stop its progress if not effect her recovery, but gaining a new hold the malady finally brought her death.

Mrs. Pattillo was the wife of George A. Pattillo.  She was originally Miss Howell and was reared at Vineville, near Selma, Ala.  Since her residence in Cartersville Mrs. Pattillo has impressed all with her goodness.  She was a member of the Baptist church and lived up to her Christian duties.  She was kind and considerate as a neighbor and friend and loving and dutiful as wife and mother.

She leaves a husband and one son, James, about seventeen years of age.

The bereaved ones have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their great loss.  Mr. Pattillo had received many touching letters from friends away, acclaiming her numerous virtues and expressive of deepest regret at her death.

 

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