Will R. Strain

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia

July 17 , 1913

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Will R. Strain Dies from Pneumonia

Will R. Strain died recently at the home of his sister, Mrs. Luther Ingram in this city from pneumonia fever complicated with other aliments from which he had ill since last February.

Mr. Strain was born and reared in Bartow County and was well known and liked by every one. He was a man of excellent habits, a hard worker, and a man who always stood well in the community.

He first saw the light of day near Rowland Springs, then he moved to Cass Station and later to White. He was a carpenter by trade and had been at work Tallulah Falls for some time when he was taken ill and came to his sister’s home in this city to rest and recuperate.

He is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Luther Ingram and Mrs. Charlie Layton of this city, Mrs. R.L. Hicks of White, Mrs. G.H. Loudermilk of Comanche, TX, Miss Lizze Strain of this city, and Mr. John Strain of Acworth.

The funeral services were held at Oak Hill cemetery.

He was a member of the Methodist church and had been sine a mere boy, also he was a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellow lodges, and the Masons had charge of the funeral services.



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