Constantine Sexton

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 17, 1901, page 8
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Since your last news letter from this point, has died, Mr. Constantine Sexton, after a long illness of typhoid, three months in duration and suffering, during which he received the most skillful treatment from the resident physician at Emerson, and the best attention of a wide circle of kind and sympathetic neighbors.  He was 31 years old on July 12th, last, and was a native of Greenville county, S. C., but came at 3 years of age to Ball Ground and about twelve years ago to this district.  He married May 12th, 1890, Miss Fannie, daughter of T. W. and A. Alford, and leaves a wife and three children, ranging from 10 down to three years old.  He was a good citizen of the district, never was involved in any trouble or with anybody, and died much regretted, giving comfortable hopes of a better life.  The interment was at Stegall’s.


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