William Andrew Summey

The Tribune News
Cartersville, Georgia
September 1932
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William Summey Dies Suddenly

William Andrew Summey, 25, was found dead in his bed at the home in the Stamp Creek district, at noon Monday by his wife, Mrs. Lora Knight Summery.   Mr. Summey had been slightly ill but his condition was not known to be serious.

A coroner’s jury composed of the following gentlemen empanelled by Coroner G.W. Hendricks returned a verdict of death from natural causes: Messers. A.F. Kown, Deputy L.L. Grizzle, C.J. Shinall, E.S. Gentry, J.W. Young and F.H. Hendricks.

Funeral services were conducted at eleven o’clock Wednesday morning with Rev C.W. Newberry officiating. Interment was in the Stamp Creek Cemetery.  *(ed. note: He is actually buried in the Old Macedonia Cemetery next to his parents.)

In addition to his wife, the deceased is survived by three small children, Grady, Elson, and Dorothy Louise, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Summey, of Acworth.   Friends of the family sympathize with them in their bereavement.


Note on parents’ names:
William M. Summey and Sallie Blackburn


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