Mrs. Susan Strain

Died July, 1892
American Courant, Cartersville, GA July 28, 1892
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“Cass Station.”

Your correspondent came home Saturday night and found the villagers in a state of sadness and it did not take long to find that the angel of death had been a visitor to our community. Mrs. A. M. Strain died after a short illness of typhoid fever.

Our neighborhood was shocked and saddened Friday by the accident in which Mr. P. R. Lewis lost his life.

Friday afternoon Rev. B. B. Quillians’s family received a telegram from Rome, bearing the sad news that his nephew, Everett Green, had died. Miss Jennie Quillian went over to attend the funeral. 


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Death of a Good Lady.

On Tuesday, the 19th, at her home at Cass Station, Ga., Mrs. A. M. Strain, after an illness of nearly four weeks with typhoid fever, passed peacefully and triumphantly from the scenes of this world to the glories of heaven. She was forty-two years of age, and the mother of ten children, all of whom, with her devoted husband, mourn the loss of a loving, gentle, patient mother, and a true, kindly, and affectionate wife. To them the sympathies of their friends go out in the sad affliction that has come to their hearts and their home.

Mrs. Strain was a staunch member of the Methodist church, and a God-fearing Christian, and is now reaping the reward of all her suffering and care.



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