Mrs. R. S. (Mattie) Tomlinson

The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 27, 1886, page 3
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We clip the following notice of the death of Mrs. R. S. Tomlinson, nee Miss Mattie Hardy, from the Cedartown Advertiser.  It will be sad news to her many friends in this city –her old home:

Mrs. R. S. Tomlinson died at the Booz House Tuesday, after a brief illness.  The event has cast a saddening over the whole community. In which she was a great favorite.  Her funeral, Wednesday, took place from the Presbyterian church.  The decorations at the church were most appropriate and conspicuous and spoke silently the love and keen anguish of the members for their departed sister and companion.  Mrs. Tomlinson was a daughter of the late Dr. Hardy, at Cassville, and a sister of Mrs. Col. Broyles, of Atlanta, and Mrs. Johnson, of Griffin.  Her death was so unexpected that only a portion of her relations were with her.


August 3, 1886, Page 2.

In Memoriam.
Cedartown, Ga., July 25th, 1886.

At a meeting of the Presbyterian Sunday School this morning, the following action was taken, on the death of one of their number:

Whereas, It has pleased God in His wise providence to remove by death one of our number, Mrs. Mattie T. Tomlinson, the worthy and efficient teacher of the infant class…[Resolutions continue, see last weeks issue for death notice.]


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