Fred H. Waring

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 1, 1900, page 1
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Death of Fred Waring.
Popular Young Man Passes Away at Birmingham.

The many friends of Mr. Fred H. Waring sorrow at his death, which occurred at Birmingham, Ala., last Saturday.  The remains were shipped from that city by the East and West and were interred at the family burying ground at Cement, on Sunday.  There was a large concourse of persons present at the funeral.  The services were conducted by Rev. F. W. Ambler, of the Episcopal church.  He was buried with Masonic honors members of the lodges here and at Kingston taking part in the services.

Mr. Waring was the son of Maj. George H. Waring, at Cement.  He was a young man who possessed many friends won by his uniform geniality to all.  He possessed fine business qualifications and in the employ of the Aetna Powder Co., of Chicago, he had worked himself up to a lucrative and responsible place in the company’s service.

The cause of his death was pneumonia, but he had been in rather poor health for several years. [Another notice of this death can be found on page 8 of this issue.]


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