A. H. Reagan

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
May 16, 1889, page 8
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Cedar Creek.

The Cedar Creek Alliance turned out almost to a man to bury the remains of Mr. A. H. Reagan on Friday last, at Pleasant Valley. He was truly a good man. We are forcibly impressed with the truth that “death is no respecter of persons,” young and old fall beneath his relentless scythe. There was a young man present at the burial, who was a corpse on the following Sunday morning. Before the funeral service was over, Hannon Green was seized with that direful disease, meningitis, and was swept into eternity is less than forty-eight hours. We extend the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy.


The Courant American
October 10, 1889, page 7

Tribute of Respect.

Death has invaded our ranks and taken from us a true and tried friend; and brethren we mourn the loss in our Farmer’s Alliance and community of Brother A. H. Reagan, and pay this tribute to his memory, whose piety and devotion to the cause of Christ endeared him to all our hearts. He was born October 16th, 1845, and died May 9th, 1889, aged 43 years, 6 months and 23 days. Thus he lived out his allotted years on the earth. He united with the Pleasant Valley church, June 26th, 1875, lived a consistent life, and died in the triumph of a Christian faith. [Article continues.]


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