Mrs. Anna Pullan.

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
May 20, 1897 Page 5:
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Mrs. Anna Pullan.

A Good Lady Dies on Wednesday Morning.

Mrs. Anna Pullan died on yesterday morning, at her home on Gilmer street, of pneumonia. She was about 32 years of age. She leaves five children, the youngest only five weeks old.

Her husband, Mr. T. J. Pullan is an engineer on the Southern railroad. He came to Cartersville eight months ago from Rome.

Mrs. Pullan is a sister of Messrs. John and J. W. Stanford, and was a most estimable woman. She was a devoted wife and mother and her death is a serious and irreparable loss to them, and in their sad bereavement they have the deepest sympathy of the community. The funeral will occur this morning from her late residence on Gilmer street and the burial will take place at Oakland cemetery.


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