Death of Mr. Charles W. Sproull

The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
March 29, 1883, page 3
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Died, at his home near Cartersville, Saturday evening, 24th inst., Mr. Charles W. Sproull. The kind, gentle husband, the indulgent father and the good neighbor, is no more! This simple announcement will be read with unfeigned sorrow by many of our readers, as the deceased was greatly beloved and admired by all who met him in social as well as business life. The deceased had long been a sufferer from that fell destroyer, consumption, whose relentless march upon the manly frame finally consummated his demise. His death was not unexpected as he had laid for several weeks in almost a dying condition, and his death was considered by his physicians only a matter of but a few days. He leaves a wife and two children, we believe, to mourn his loss, and to them we extend our sincere condolence. The funeral was held at the deceasedís residence Sunday, Rev. Theo E. Smith, officiating and the remains were carried to Rome next day for interment.


The Cartersville Express
July 31, 1868, Page 3

Leave to Sell Real Estate.

Thomas K. Sproull, adm’r of Charles Sproull, deceased, applies for leave to sell real estate belonging to Charles Sproull’s estate.


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