Mr. A. Dennis Vandivere

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
January 5, 1893, Page 1
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Dennis Vandivere

That genial and progressive citizen, Mr. A. D. Vandivere, passed from earth to his final rest at the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. R. H. Garwood, at 10 o’clock on yesterday morning. The news of his death proved a shock to the community, although the event was not unexpected. It seemed so hard for all to realize that a frame so fine and robust less than a year ago should have so rapidly dwindled and wasted until death should claim it.

Mr. Vandivere some eight months ago found he had kidney troubles and other complications and the doctors soon acknowledged their inabilities to cope with the peculiar powers of his diseases. He gradually weakened until the end came.

Dennis was a noble-hearted, good fellow whom everybody had a kind feeling for. He was always ready to do a good turn and could never harbor the least speck of genuine malice against any one.

His bereaved relations have the sympathy for all.


Feb. 9, 1893

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Tribute of Respect for Bro. A. D. Vandivere.: “Born in November 1854. He united with the Baptist church on profession of faith and was baptized in boyhood. On March 11, 1889, he was married to Miss Mary F. Lampkin, who now wears the weeds of widowhood.”




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