Zilphia Templeton

The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
March 20, 1879, Page 3
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We understand that a young colored woman by the name of Zilphia Templeton was burned very seriously near Taylorsville one day last week, and is not expected to live.  Her dress was caught on fire from a burning brush pile.


March 26, 1879
Page 3

Seventeenth District.

Zilphia Templeton, the colored girl, who was so seriously burned near Taylorsville last week, died from the effects on the 20th inst.


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