John Smith

The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
February 1, 1872, page 3
Transcribed by:  

Another one of our old citizens has passed away from earth since the last issue of our paper.  John Smith, who resided just below Cassville, one day last week, had just returned from his son-in-law’s, complained of a pain in his stomach, and laid down on a pallet on the floor from which he never arose.  He died in a few minutes.  The disease was pronounced to be neuralgia of the stomach.  It will be remembered that the deceased was the father of our unfortunate young friend, Dick Smith, who was killed in this place, some year or two since, by Greene Spencer.  We state these facts from the best information we can get from parties on our streets.


The Standard and Express
August 15, 1872, page 2

Letters of Administration

R. B. Smith and Samuel E. Smith, on the estate of John Smith.


The Standard and Express
November 7, 1872, Page 2

Leave to Sell Land.

R. B. Smith and Samuel E. Smith, administrator’s of John Smith, apply to sell the land belonging to the deceased.


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