G. Paul Allcorn

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 1, 1900, page 1
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In Memoriam.

G. Paul Allcorn was born at the Ross Low place in Brown county, Dec. 1875.  He was raised in Brownwood where he attended the public schools.  Here he was well known as a boy and young man of sterling worth, moral and industrious.  For several months he has been employed on a ranch near Lubbock.  On Sept. 18th while riding near Stanton his horse stepped in a dog hole and fell on him injuring him internally.  His father and mother were at once summoned to his side.  They started to bring him home, but at Abilene he died.  His remains were brought to Brownwood by the Fort Worth train, Sept. 21.  A large number of his old friends met his remains at the depot and accompanied them to Greenleaf cemetery, where appropriate services were conducted by the old family pastor Dr. McClelland.  The number present and its large offerings well attested the esteem in which the family and son are held.  His body rests in peace awaiting the glad resurrection morn. – Brownwood (Tex.) Paper.


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