W. F. Robertson

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 24, 1891, page 8
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December 22d was a day of rejoicing and sorrow in Kingston. At 9 o’clock a. m., in the presence of a few friends and relatives, Professor J. H. Hall of Newnan, Ga., and Miss Mary Mayson, the accomplished and beautiful daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Mayson, were happily married, Dr. J. A. Hall, the groom’s father, officiating. After congratulations the happy pair left on the morning train for Newnan with the good wishes of their numerous friends.

At 10:16 the Western and Atlantic train from Atlanta brought the remains of Mr. W. F. Robertson, a former citizen, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whitehead brought the remains of their bright little babe, Lucy, for interment. The little babe was buried first, Rev. J. E. England performing the funeral rights, and immediately afterwards the body of W. F. Robertson was consigned to the silent tomb, Rev. B. M. Pack conducting the funeral services. Most of our citizens were present. At 3 p. m. a negro woman was buried. The cemeteries are near each other.

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