L. R. Ramsaur

The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
February 27, 1879, Page 3
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Death of Mr. L. R. Ramsaur.

This worthy man died at his home at Fairmount, Gordon county, on Sunday last, the 23d inst.  He was born in Lincoln county, N. C., in 1817, moved with his father to Gordon county, then a portion of Cass, in 1837, and resided at the same place till his death.  He was a man of great moral worth and integrity, respected and honored by all who knew him, and above all a highly Christian gentleman.  He was buried on the 25th at the family grave-yard at his home by his neighbors, and a larger funeral procession of heartfelt mourners was never known in Gordon county.  Thus has passed away another good man.  Peace to his ashes.


The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
February 28, 1879, Page 3

Death of Mr. L. R. Ramsaur.

Mr. L. R. Ramsaur, one of the oldest and best citizens of Fairmount, Gorden county, died at his home in the 23d instant.  He had lived at the same place ever since 1837.  He was a man of great moral worth—a true Christian gentleman.



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