Dr. W. H. Cooper

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
May 11, 1899, page 1
Transcribed by:  

Dr. Cooper Dead.
Well Known Baptist Divine Dies at Quitman.

Dr. W. H. Cooper died of heart failure, at his home in Quitman on the morning of the 3d instant.  Some weeks ago the report that Dr. Cooper was dying was printed in the papers and those who knew him here felt a pang of sorrow at the news, but notice of his death not appearing, it was hoped he had rallied from his attack.  Dr. Cooper served the Baptist church here for four years from 1887 to 1891 and went from here to Cedartown.  From there he went to Quitman.  He was a strong factor in the affairs of church, bringing a good fund of energy in his church work.  He was 57 years of age and leaves a wife and several grown up children.


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