Dr. J. H. Spier

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
April 26, 1900, page 1
 
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Death of Dr. Spier.

Dr. J. H. Spier, one of Cartersville’s best citizens, died at his home Monday morning, of pneumonia.  His final illness was of short duration but he had been rather frail physically for some time.

Dr. Spier moved here with his family from Cherokee county about five years ago.  He went into the mercantile business which he conducted, together with his sons.  He was quiet in manner but his personality soon impressed itself on the community favorably and he had made numerous friends among our citizens.  He was 65 years old when he died.  He was reared in southern Georgia but for many years lived in Cherokee county, where he enjoyed a good practice as a physician.  He was a devout member of the Baptist church.

The remains were carried to Cherokee Tuesday for interment.

 

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