Mrs. A. F. Woolley
[or Woolly]

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
March 26, 1891, page 1
Transcribed by:  

Death of Mrs. A. F. Woolley.

It will pain a large number of friends throughout the county and section to learn of the death of Mrs. A. F. Woolley, which occurred at her home near Kingston last Sunday. She had been a sufferer for several months and her death was not unexpected.

Mrs. Woolley was a lady who endeared herself to all who knew her. She was a devoted member of the Methodist church and a zealous worker in the Sunday school.

The bereaved husband and children have the sympathy of all in their affliction.


The Courant American
February 19, 1891
Page 8


Our entire community were greatly distressed at the announcement of the death of Mrs. A. F. Woolly, on Sunday morning the 22d. She had been dangerously ill for some time and we were not surprised to hear the sad news. She passed peacefully away at seven o’clock Sunday morning, surrounded by husband, children and kind friends that were present. Mrs. Woolly was an affectionate wife and mother, a devoted Christian, a constant faithful worker in the church and Sunday school. It will be hard for her place to be filled. The Kingston M. E. Church South has lost one of its best and most useful members. She was interred in the family cemetery on the 23d at 3 o’clock p. m., in the presence of a great many of the sympathizing friends and sorrowing relatives. Rev. J. E. England, her pastor, conducted the funeral services very appropriately. We tender to the bereaved ones the heartfelt sympathies of our entire community. My report is a sad one.


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