The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
July 29, 1897 Page 5:
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N. H. Eddy, a good old man and a highly respected old citizen, passed away today at 11:30 p. m. He was stricken with partial paralysis last Saturday; would have been eighty years old the 28th, tomorrow. He has lived in the community about fifty years, and has always been a good and useful citizen; was a prominent member of the Episcopal church, and a devoted mason. Kingston lodge F. and A. M., will bury him tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., with Masonic honors.

He leaves a wife and two daughters, one, Mrs. Nicholson, lives in Florida. Much sympathy is shown the bereaved ones by the entire community.

August 19, 1987 Page 8


We the undersigned committee appointed by Kingston Lodge No. 394, F. & A. M., to draft resolutions on the death of our dear old brother, N. H. Eddy, who was called by the Grand Master of the Universe from labor to refreshment, July 27, 1897, and was buried with Masonic honors in Kingston cemetery July, on the day of his burial he would have been 80 years old. [Resolutions continue.]


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