Mrs. John P. Adair

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
August 19 , 1909, Page 1
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Mrs. Adair Dead.
Well Known and Popular Lady Passes Away Friday Morning.

Mrs. John P. Adair passed away last Friday morning at eleven thirty after an illness of six weeks.

Mrs. Adair was forty one years old.  She was born and raised at Pine Log and was a daughter of Mr. A. A. Vincent, of Pine Log, who died a few years ago.  She was married to Mr. John P. Adair in August 1888.  In September 1890 Mr. and Mrs. Adair moved to Cartersville and have been here ever since.

Mrs. Adair was a good Christian woman and took an active part in church work and in missionary circles and at the time of her death held an office in the Missionary Society.  She joined the Methodist church at Pine Log when she was fourteen years old and her whole life was devoted to the Lord.

Mrs. Adair is survived by her husband and three children, Ernest, Myrtice and Ethel Adair and by the following brothers and sisters: Miss Lula Vincent, of Pine Log; Mrs. Mary Weems, Atlanta, Mrs. Lucinda Hughes, of Tyler, Texas; Mrs. Melvina Bradford, Fairmount; Mrs. Bernia Reynolds, Rochelle; Mrs. Minnie Bradford, Pine Log; Mrs. Lorena Darnell, Rome, Ga.; James Hugh Vincent, Sour Lake, Texas; A. E. Vincent, Pine Log; L. M. Vincent, Cass Station, and H. E. Vincent, Lamar, Oklahoma.

The funeral took place from the Methodist church Saturday evening at three o’clock and the services were conducted by Rev. B. P. Allen, of Cedartown.  The church was crowded with friends of Mrs. Adair who had come to pay the last token of respect to her.  Many beautiful flowers and wreaths decorated the casket and were tendered by the Board of Stewards of the Methodist church, the different missionary societies and church organizations.

Interment took place at Oak Hill cemetery.

The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers; Messrs. R. W. Landers, Emory Vaughan, Lee Webb, Ab Monfort, J. W. Knight and Newt Bradley. [Mrs. Adair’s death is also mentioned on page 4 of the August 26, 1909 issue in the “Missionary Notes” section.]


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