Well Known Lady Dies.

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
April 1, 1897 Page 1:
 
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Well Known Lady Dies.

Mrs. J. G. Ryals Died at the Place She Long Called her Home.

The death of Mrs. Mary E. Ryals occurred at Capt. J. J. Connerís home, near this city last Friday. Mrs. Ryals had been feeble for quite awhile. Accompanied by her son, she came up a few weeks since from Macon, where she had been living for some time, to the old home her husband and her had for years occupied, where her daughter and her husband, Capt. Conner, now reside, hoping that a change would benefit her, but she continued gradually to grow worse until the end came. She was 68 years of age.

Mrs. Ryals was the widow of the late Rev. J. G. Ryals, well known in North Georgia as an earnest, faithful forceful minister and educator and later as Professor of Theology at Mercer university, Mr. Ryals was for 29 years moderator of the Middle Cherokee Baptist Association. The school house in which he taught for many years still stands at the old home place.

Mrs. Ryals was a cultured, refined, dignified lady and consistent Christian, ever doing good, and her pure life furnishing a bright example for others to follow.

She was the mother of Messrs. T. E. and R. L. Ryals and Mrs. J. J. Conner.

The remains were carried to Macon for interment.

 

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Well Known Lady Dies.

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
April 1, 1897 Page 1:
 
Transcribed and submitted by: 
 

Well Known Lady Dies.

Mrs. J. G. Ryals Died at the Place She Long Called her Home.

The death of Mrs. Mary E. Ryals occurred at Capt. J. J. Connerís home, near this city last Friday. Mrs. Ryals had been feeble for quite awhile. Accompanied by her son, she came up a few weeks since from Macon, where she had been living for some time, to the old home her husband and her had for years occupied, where her daughter and her husband, Capt. Conner, now reside, hoping that a change would benefit her, but she continued gradually to grow worse until the end came. She was 68 years of age.

Mrs. Ryals was the widow of the late Rev. J. G. Ryals, well known in North Georgia as an earnest, faithful forceful minister and educator and later as Professor of Theology at Mercer university, Mr. Ryals was for 29 years moderator of the Middle Cherokee Baptist Association. The school house in which he taught for many years still stands at the old home place.

Mrs. Ryals was a cultured, refined, dignified lady and consistent Christian, ever doing good, and her pure life furnishing a bright example for others to follow.

She was the mother of Messrs. T. E. and R. L. Ryals and Mrs. J. J. Conner.

The remains were carried to Macon for interment.

 

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Bartow GenWeb Regulars:
Coordinator & webmaster:  Arlene Woody
Asst. Coordinator & Proj. Leader:  Jane Thompson
Web developer & Transcriber:  Jan Sherrouse
Newspaper Project:  Laurel Baty
Historical Resource:  Carolyn Ward
Auditor:  Jean Taylor

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Bartow GenWeb Coordinator:   
Georgia GenWeb State Coordinator: Vivian Saffold

          ©2002 - 2010 Arlene Woody

12/05/2005