Miss Lu White

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
November 28, 1895, Page 4
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Death of Miss Lu White.

The sad intelligence reached this city by telegram yesterday morning that Miss Lu White had died at Lumberton, Miss. The telegram stated that she had died of gastritis and had only been sick twenty-four hours, and that her remains would reach the city today.

Miss White was the daughter of Mr. C. H. White and was a most estimable lady. She had been teaching school for some time at Montezuma until a month or two ago when Mrs. H. A. Camp, securing her a situation as teacher, induced her to accompany her to Lumberton, Miss.

Her death will be deeply deplored for she had many friends.


December 5, 1895, Page 8:

Gone to Rest. ( Lumberton, Miss., Day Brook.)

Miss Lu White, music teacher of Lumberton High School, died this morning at 8 o’clock. [Article continues, see last issue]


December 19, 1895, Page 6

Miss Lu White. [Obituary, see Nov. 28, 1895]


December 26, 1895, Page 1

A tribute (Montezuma Record) for Miss Lou White [See previous notices.]



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