Mr. A. Richardson Dead.

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
April 14, 1898. Page 4:
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Mr. A. Richardson Dead.

Mr. A. Richardson, ex-solicitor general of the Tallapoosa circuit, died last Friday at the home of his brother, Dr. E. H. Richardson, in Atlanta, after an illness of several months. Mr. Richardson was at one time mayor of Cedartown, and was well known and exceedingly popular over the entire state. He was a lawyer of much ability and was a familiar and influential figure in political circles.

He was the youngest son of Dr. E. H. Richardson and Mrs. Mary Francis Jaynes Richardson, who were among the earliest settlers of Polk county.

His remains passed through Cartersville last Saturday morning, en route to Cedartown, where they were interred, accompanied by a large escort of friends.


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