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Various Death Notices and Marriages
              -----------DEATH AND OBITUARY NOTICES------------
Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, wife of Martin Graham, died in Forsyth county, Ga., 
on the 8th February 1867, in the 57th year of her age.

Jesse Sample, was born Dec. 25, 1808 and died Dec. 25, 1867. He was born, lived 
and died in Georgia. he has been a prominent citizen of Forsyth county for the last 
thirty-five years.

Emeline Saunders died in Forsyth county, Ga., on 19th of January 1872.

Martha Parks died at Troup Factory, Ga., April 6th 1872, aged about 54 years. 
She was born in Franklin county, and was the daughter of Robert and Martha Fleming. 
Her husband, Oliver Parks, died years ago in Forsyth county.

In Forsyth county, Ga., December 14, 1872, Emer O. Dobbs, daughter of Joseph D. 
and Erline Dobbs.

Curtis Greene, Esq., was born in Wilkes county, Ga., December 7th 1790 and 
died in Forsyth county, Ga., April 6th 1873. Mrs. Sallie Greene, his wife, 
was born in Guilford county, North Carolina, March 5th 1788 and died March 
the 7th 1873. They were married in August 182. Their offspring were three 
sons and one daughter. The eldest son died about one year ago in Texas. 
Mr. Greene represented Forsyth county in the Legislature in 1838, 1849, 1840, 
and 1841. 

Joseph M. Black was born in Lincoln county, N. C., July 2d 1789; removed 
from Rutherford county, N. C., to Forsyth county, Ga., in 1843; died on 
April 20, 1873. 

Mrs. Mary Elvira Moor, wife of F. A. Moor, Esq., was born in Rutherford 
county, N. C., March 12th 1811; was married April 1st 1834; died in Forsyth 
county, Ga., while on a visit to her son, Joseph L. Moore, November 19th 1874. 
She leaves eight living children. 

Mrs. Carrie Gramling, wife of Thomas A. Gramling and daughter of Col. H. C. Kellogg 
of Forsyth county, Ga., was born October 7th 1851; died in Atlanta, Ga., 
April 9th 1875. 

John Cain, Jr., was born in Gwinnett county, Ga., in 1817; died in Cumming, 
Forsyth county, Ga., July 6th 1875. 

Martha Parks died at Troup Factory, Ga., April 6th 1872, aged about 54 years. 
She was born in Franklin county, and was the daughter of Robert and Martha Fleming. 
Her husband, Oliver Parks, died years ago in Forsyth county.

Frederick A. Moor was born in Burke county, N. C., Sept. 29th 1809; 
was married to Miss Mary Elvira Black in April 1824; removed to Forsyth county, 
Ga., in 1838; died July 25th 1877. He lost his first wife some years ago and was 
married in 1875 to Mrs. A. J. McCarty of Gainesville, Ga., where he resided at 
the time of his death.
                   ----------UNITED IN MARRIAGE-----------

On the 25th December, 1872, by Thos. W. Ezzard, Esq., in Forsyth county, Ga., at 
the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. Joseph E. Doss to Miss M. C. Wills, 
fourth daughter of Mason Wills, deceased.

By Rev. W. A. Dodge, Jan. 9th 1873, Mr. Augustus Rogers, of Milton county, Ga., 
to Miss Maggie Hallman, of Forsyth county, Ga.

Near Cumming, Ga., on 16th October, by Rev. W. A. Dodge, Mr. Henry B. Moor 
to Miss N. E. Hutchens, all of Forsyth county, Ga.

Oct. 24th, 1874, by Rev. J. N. Myers, at the residence of Rev. C. C. Morgan, 
Mr. Bascom Williams of Hall county, Ga., to Miss H. P. Morgan, of Forsyth county, Ga.

By Rev. J. J. Harris, April 29, 1877, Mr. Wm. N. Wilson of Cherokee county, Ga., 
to Miss Mary J. James, of Forsyth county, Ga. 



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