Lewis Redwine

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
April 12, 1900, page 8
Transcribed by:  

Lewis Redwine Dead.
One –Time Cashier of Gate City Bank Passes Away at Bowie, La.

Atlanta, Ga. April 10. – Lewis Redwine died at 7 o’clock this morning at Bowie, La.

The telegram from Bowie did not state the cause of Redwine’s death, but the end is supposed to have been due to consumption.

Redwine was bookkeeper for the Canlin Lumber company at Bowie, a little town not far from New Orleans.  He moved to the Louisiana town some months ago from Texas, where he had been at work for almost a year.

The death of Redwine has brought forth today many expressions of regret from those who during his unfortunate experiences of the past seven years believed that he was the victim of adverse fate and was wrongfully persecuted.  Despite the dark clouds that gathered over him, Redwine had many friends who never lost their confidence in him.

Lewis Redwine was born at Newnan about forty years ago.  He came to Atlanta with his father, Dr. C. L. Redwine, in 1865, and received his education in the schools of this city.


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