Mr. Carpenter

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
June 18, 1891, page 1
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Death of a Former Citizen of Bartow.

Miss Lucy Carpenter was called from her duties as teacher in West End institute during the last week of the recently closed term of the school, to her home in Ringgold, to be at the bedside of her aged father, who had been ill with paralysis for several years but whose condition became suddenly serious. He died on the 10th instant, peacefully and willingly as a relief from his great suffering. He was eighty-six years and seven months old.

Mr. Carpenter lived in this county about eighteen years previous to the war, doing a mercantile business at Cassville. He was a popular, good citizen, and his death will be heard with regret by those here who knew him.


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