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Mr. Singer Gordon

 
Paulding New Era
July 5, 1889
 
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Died. Mr. Singer Gordon, a son of J.B. and M.E. Gordon , departed this life on the 27th, ult., at 7 p.m. His remains were shipped on the 28, ult. from Dallas to Collins Springs Church ten miles north west of Atlanta, accompanied by his bereaved wife and little babe; her mother and family; his father and sister and G.W. Cole. A large crowd were assembled at the grave who carefully taken charge of the body, and after services by Elder Williams of Atlanta his remains were deposited and the grave beautifully ornamental with precious flowers and turned their backs upon the travel with the loss of many tears. Mr. J.B. Gordon certifies that Singer was a good boy, that he never smoked a cigar, never taken a chew of tobacco; never drink a drop of intoxicating liquors, except in a medical prescription. His disease was pronounced by Dr. Bissell as being consumption. He was 21 years of age.



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