Brother J.L.D. Ward

 
Southern Christian Advocate Notices 1867-1878
September 26, 1876
 
Transcribed by 2006
 

Brother J.L.D. Ward was born in Hancock County, Ga., Mary 27, 1802. He moved to Clark County, Ga., with his father in 1804 and settled near Salem, at which please (sic) he lived until 1867, when he moved to Bartow Co., Ga. He was thrown from his buggy and killed in Adairsville on the 9th of July 1876. He was married November 26, 1822 to Miss Catharine Carmichael of Clark County, who still survives him. He was the father of eleven children, and seven are still living. J.J. Singleton.

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The Express
Cartersville, Ga
July 13, 1876

A GOOD CITIZEN KILLED

J.L.D. Ward of Adairsville who has been bailiff of the 15th district since the war, was thrown from his buggy Sunday morning by a runaway horse, breaking his collar-bone and wounding him internally. He died from his injuries Sunday night.

 

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