George W. Pendley

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 28, 1887, page 3
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George W. Pendley, a young white man, well known in this community as a young man of former dissolute habits, died Monday morning and was buried Tuesday.  The deceased recently attended a protracted meeting, was impressed and decided to lead a better life.  His was a sudden but decided change for the better.  A helping hand was extended him and all were pleased with his change.  He worked hard and bid fair to make a useful citizen.  He became sick from overwork from which he never recovered.  His pastor remained by his side and administered to his wants to the very last.  He often expressed his willingness to go at the call of the Great Redeemer and did not fear the inevitable in the least, stating to his pastor repeatedly that all was well with him.


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