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OBITUARIES OF TALBOT COUNTY GEORGIA


Death of  Mr. John  Gorman at Talbotton
The many Columbus friends of Mr. John Gorman will regret to learn that he died at his home near Talbotton yesterday morning about 11 o'clock, after an illness of only a few days, Mr. Gorman was a young man about twenty-three years of age and his untimely death is deeply regretted. He was  well known here, having for a while been in the employ of Messrs, J. A. Kirven & Co.
Date: 1893-02-26; Paper: Columbus Daily Enquirer

Mrs. William Heath
Death At Talbotton  Ga , June  8 —Mrs. William Heath died at her residence, near Howard, this morning after a protracted illness. She was a sister of Capt Monroe E. Dickson of Bostick and mother of Capt, J. M. Heath of Talbotton.
Date: 1899-06-09; Paper: Macon Telegraph

Miss Fannie Couch,
Talbotton Ga. Feb. 4
Fannie H, Couch died at her home near Talbotton  yesterday afternoon after a short illness. She was the daughter of Mr. William Couch, She was loved by all who knew her and her death causes our community to mourn with her bereaved  parents. Her body was laid to rest in Oak Hill cemetery at Talbotton this afternoon.
Date: 1904-02-06; Paper: Macon Telegraph

Mr. Henry B. Kimbrough
March 1- Mr. Henry B. Kimbrough, a prominent citizen of Talbotton, died at 2 o'clock this afternoon. He leaves a wife and several children and several brothers and sisters, Messrs. C.W. and T.A. Kimbrough and Mrs. Ragland, of Talbotton
Date: 1909-03-02; Paper: Macon Telegraph

DEATH AT TALBOTTON
Talbotton  Ga.  March 26 Special
Mr. G.H. Jordan died Tuesday night at ten o'clock. Mr. Jordan, had been sick for some time On Wednesday afternoon he was buried in Oak Hill cemetery.     
Rev. Underwood and Rev. McGehee conducted .the funeral services.
Mr. Jordan  survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. T P Pierson, Miss Maude Jordan and  three sons,
Mr. J. M. Jordan, of Talbotton; Mr. R. G. Jordan and Ben Jordan, of Macon.
Date: 1909-03-27; Paper: Columbus Daily Enquirer

CAPT. W. J, RAINES DEAD.
TALBOTTON G., April 11—Capt W. J. Raines died here Monday morning about 10:30 o'clock, He had been ill for some time and his death was not a surprise. He served through the Civil War until he was severely wounded in the knee. He was for a Iong time clerk of the superior court here. He is survived by N. B. Raines, of Port Tampa City, Flo.; Robin Raines, of Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. N. T. C. McKay, of Toronto, Can.: Miss Julia Raines, of North Carolina; Mrs. R. Appling, ot Mississippi, and Miss Nannie Raines, of Talbotton all his children.
Date: 1911-04-12; Paper: Macon Telegraph

MRS. MARY ROBINS BURIED.
TALBOTTON, G., April 11-—Mrs. Mary Robins, who has been an Invalid since Christmas, died here Monday morning about 2 o'clock. She was the widow of Hon. John Robins, who was prominent in Talbot County politics until his death. She is survived by her children, Mrs. Charlye Johnson, Misses Johnny, Marilu, Jessie, Ella, Sara and Pearl Robins, and one grandchild, Miss Marie Johnson. She was buried Monday afternoon in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Date: 1911-04-12; Paper: Macon Telegraph

MRS. DOUGLAS PASSES AWAY
WIFE  OF PROMINENT DRUGGIST AT TALBOTTON DIED AT NOON SATURDAY.—FUNERAL TODAY.
Mrs. J. B. Douglas, wife of Senator Douglas, who is a prominent druggist at Talbotton Ga, died at her home in that city at  noon Saturday, according to phone messages to Columbus friends yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Douglas was about 50 years of age a loyal member of the Methodist church, an active member of the U. D. C. and one of the best known and most popular women of Talbotton. who was widely known for her noble deeds and splendid traits of character. Besides her husband, Mrs.Douglas is survived by seven children,
all of whom have the heartfelt sympathy of their many friends in this, their sad hour of grief.
Mrs. Douglas was well known, in Columbus and the news of her death till occasion general sorrow and regret The funeral services will be held Sunday and the Interment is to be in the Talbotton Cemetery in this city.
Date: 1912-10-06; Paper: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

MR. JOHN AVERETT BRYAN
Well Known and Highly Esteemed Citizen Passed Away Yesterday.
Talbotton, Ga. Jan.. 31.  (Special.) —Mr. John Averett Bryan died at, his home here at 1 a. m. of bright's disease. He was a member of the Masons and Knights of Pythias. The deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Linda Lee Brian: one daughter Linda Lee  Bryan two sons, Cabinesa and John Lee: two sisters. Mrs. Ashton Heard of Cordele, and Mrs. H. J. Bailey of Brantley. He was 53 years old, The funeral, will take place tomorrow at 10 o'clock
Date: 1914-02-01; Paper: Columbus Daily Enquirer

E.T. Smith
Talbotton, May 31 E.T. Smith ordinary of Talbot County for six years and recently renominated without opposition, died at his home here this morning. He had been ill since Christmas and his death was not unexpected. He was the son of the late Col. Levy B. Smith, an officer in the Confederate army, and a grandnephew of George W. Towns, one time governor of Georgia.
He is survived by his wife, a sister of C.M. Taylor, representative from Monroe County; by one brother, L.W. Smith, a sister, Mrs. J.J. Johnson, both of this place, and one sister, Mrs. Bertha Crowell, of Itta Bena, Miss. His body will be interred in the Talbotton cemetery tomorrow morning. He was a member of the Episcopal Church.
Date: 1916-06-01; Paper: Macon Telegraph

Talbotton Man Expires
Columbus, Dec. 12 J.R. Carter, of Talbotton, fell on the street here today, dying two hours later at the City Hospital. he did not regain consciousness before he died.
Date: 1918-12-13; Paper: Macon Telegraph

 J. B. PARKER.
Talbotton, Ga.. Sept, 13-—J. B. Parker, a prominent and respected citizen Of Talbot County, died at his home near Prattsburg last Thursday and volunteered At Prattsburg Friday afternoon. Revs. J. R. Jackson, of the Talbotton Methodist Church, and C. E. Dowdy, of the CenterviIle Methodist Church, conducted the funeral, Mr. Parker was born July 8, 1844, and served through the Civil War. He Is survived by two daughters, Mrs, Ella Parker Leonard, of Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga., Mrs. Mattie May Shumate, of Atlanta; four sons, V. M. Parker, L. G. Parker, F. M. Parker and J. B. Parker, Jr.
Date: 1922-09-16; Paper: Macon Telegraph

 
 

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