Thomas Youngblood

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 20, 1888, Page 8
Transcribed by 2006


Another death in Kingston. This time the grim monster claimed Thomas Youngblood, one of our most worthy old men.  He was attacked on Sunday night, the 8th ult., with inflammation of the stomach and died on Sunday night the 15th.  His sufferings were very great, but he bore it all with Christian patience.  He was sixty-six years old.  Truly a good man is gone.  He has been a consistent Christian and a worthy member of the Baptist church for many years.  He leaves a disconsolate companion and several children to mourn his loss, but they feel confident that he is at rest.  Peace to the dust of our dear old friend and neighbor.


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