Mrs. Robinson

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
September 17, 1896, Page 8
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“Doings in Bartow— Kingston.”

I am sorry to give the sad news of two deaths in Kingston the past week, and the grim monster of death shows that he is no respecter of persons. The first call on the 9 th was little Frank Kitchens the only child of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kitchens. He was about 12 years of age. Mr. Kitchens has been living in Rome for several months where Mrs. Kitchens was attacked with typhoid fever and after getting some better she came to Kingston to be with her mother, Mrs. Franks and sisters, Mrs. Gaines and Mrs. Maxwell and by good nursing she is convalescing but their dear little boy after suffering several weeks was taken from them.

The other death was old Mrs. Robinson, the grandmother of Mrs. E. W. Swann and Mrs. W. L. Stallings and has made her home with the former for several years. She has been a great sufferer for several months but bore her sufferings with patience and was perfectly resigned to depart. She received all the attention that loving ones and the good Dr. Thos. F. Jones could do. Both were interred in the Kingston cemetery. Our entire community tender kind sympathy to the bereaved families.


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