R. M. Arnold

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
October 24, 1889, page 8
Transcribed by:  

“Round About In Bartow.”


Our community were much distressed last Thursday morning by the news that Mr. R. M. Arnold was drowned in the Etowah river the day before. His body was found under the little boat. He had left home in the morning with the mail bag from Ford’s post office, and arriving at the boat landing he hung the mail bag on a bush, and it is supposed, went to the boat to bale out the water and fell out and was drowned. Mr. Arnold was a good citizen and had been a consistent and useful member of the Baptist church for years. He was a special friend of your reporter, and we tender our sympathies to the bereaved ones.


The Courant American
November 7, 1889, page 4

Tribute of Respect

Resolutions passed by Oak Grove Farmer’s Alliance No. 888 [on the death of R. M. Arnold.]


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