Ione Dunahoo

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
February 10, 1898 Page 8:
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Ione Dunahoo

And on Saturday he came and called little Ione Dunahoo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dunahoo, to her home beyond the pearly gates, after an illness of only a few days with something like meningitis. She leaves many relatives to mourn.

As bowed by a sudden storm, the rose

Sinks on the gardenís breast,

Down to the grave our darling goes

In silence there to rest.

No more with us her tuneful voice,

The hymn of praise shall swell

No more her heart rejoice,

When peals the Sabbath bell.

Dunahoe Bros., of your city were called to the bedside of their sister Saturday. They also stayed over Sunday and attended the funeral at Stamp Creek Monday.


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