Capt. E. W. Beall

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 3, 1901, page 8
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Death of Capt. Beall

Capt. E. W. Beall, conductor on the Western and Atlantic railroad, died on his farm near Ringgold, Ga., Sunday night about 9 o’clock.  The cause of his death was said to be typhoid pneumonia, from which he had been suffering about three weeks.  He leaves an invalid wife and five children, the eldest of which, a daughter, is nearly grown.

Capt. Beall was about forty years of age, and had been an employee of the Western and Atlantic road about twenty years, the last twelve of which he was conductor, and was faithful, competent and popular.  His funeral occurred at Atlanta, Rev. Sam Jones conducting the services.


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