Washington W. Adams

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 14, 1889, page 1
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Death On The Rail.

Adairsville, Ga., Feb. 12—[Special]—There was a sad accident here this afternoon, in which Mr. W. W. Adams lost his life. He was attempting to uncouple cars of a freight train, on which he worked as train hand, when his foot was caught under a rail, and he was dragged under the moving cars. He was badly mangled, and died a few hours afterwards. His home was at Dalton. The unfortunate man’s brother, James Adams, was conductor on the train.


The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 21, 1889, page 8

“Round About In Bartow.”


A long account of the accident and death of Washington W. Adams [see February 14, 1889, page 1]…”Mr. Adams was a single man 25 years of age and well known here, who leaves a mother, brother, and a number of sisters who mourn their irreparable loss.”


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