Mrs. M. H. Goode

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 14, 1901, page 1
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Death of Mrs. Goode.

Mrs. Goode, the wife of Mr. M. H. Goode, died at her home near the city last Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Goode’s death was sudden and was due to heart failure.  She was found dead in her room, having fallen from a chair while arranging some things in a trunk.  She was formerly Miss Griffin and was a sister of Mrs. Tate, mother of Congressman Carter Tate, and a cousin of Mrs. Maddox, the mother of Solicitor General Sam P. Maddox, of the Cherokee circuit.

Mrs. Goode was sixty years old.  She leaves a husband and five children, as follows: Mr. Will Goode, Mr. John Goode, Mrs. W. D. Jordan, Mrs. Henry Smith and Mr. Sam Goode.

She was a consistent member of the Baptist church.  Her remains were interred at Oak Hill Friday.  Rev. H. G. B. Turner conducted the funeral services.


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