Dr. Nat Wofford and Addie Wofford

The Cartersville Courant
Cartersville, Georgia
May 27, 1886, page 3
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Our people will hear with regret the death of Dr. Nat Wofford, which occurred at his home in Banks county Sunday.  Was a brother of Mr. Ab. Wofford and a cousin to Mr. Chuck Wofford.  He was a good man and by his genial manners and jovial disposition made friends wherever he went.


The Cartersville American
May 25, 1886, page 3

An Untimely Death.

Dr. Nat Wofford died of consumption at his home in Banks County, Ga., last Sunday.  The deceased was well known in this community; having been a student in the college at Cassville in 1860, and read medicine in Cartersville soon after the war.  He was a brother of Abb. P. Wofford, Esq., and resided near here on the old homestead which had been in possession of their ancestors for the last three generations.


The Courant American
July 14, 1887, page 2

Georgia – Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: C. G. Trammell has in due form applied to the undersigned for the guardianship of the persons and property of Willie Wofford and Lula Wofford, minor children of Nat Wofford and Addie Wofford, late of Banks county, deceased.  Notice is hereby given that this application will be heard at my office on the first Monday in September, 1887.

Given under my hand and official signature this 11th July 1887.

J. A. Howard, Ordinary.


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