Hon. Charles Frederick Crisp

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
October 29, 1896, Page 8
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“ Kingston.”

Kingston is sad over the death of another of Georgia’s gifted sons. The State of Georgia is now weeping over the departure of Hon. Chas. F. Crisp. He will be greatly missed by the state and the nation [another mention of this death occurs on page 4]


“ Kingston.”

October 29, 1896, Page 8

Judge Crisp Dead
Death Came to Him Last Friday Afternoon at the Holmes Sanitarium, Atlanta

Has been in feeble health for several months—surrounded by his family—great grief in Georgia.

[A long article. An excerpt: Charles Frederick Crisp, of Americus, was born on the 29 th of January, 1845, in Sheffield, England, where his parents had gone on a visit; was brought to this country the year of his birth; received a common school education in Savannah and Macon, Ga., entered the Confederate army in May 1861; was a lieutenant in Company K, tenth Virginia Infantry, and served with that regiment until May 12, 1864, when he became a prisoner of war; upon his release from Fort Delaware in June, 1865, he joined his parents at Ellaville, Sebley(?) county, Ga….]


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