Mr. Arch Robinset

The Free Press Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia

August 10, 1882, Page 3

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Crushed to Death.

A serious accident occurred at Acworth yesterday morning whereby Mr. Arch Robinset met his death.  About nine o’clock he attempted to cross the railroad near the mills of Whitlock, Cheek & Co., where a freight train, which was approaching, ran over him, causing immediate death.  His body was terribly mangled and presented a most horrible picture.  For a long while Mr. Robinset has been filling the position of miller of the above named firm and by prompt attention to business and faithfulness to duty, had won the esteem and confidence of employees and the entire community.  He was about sixty years of age, a married man and leaves a family to mourn his sudden death.  We with many others, extend to the bereaved family our deepest sympathy.


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