Search billions of records on

Antioch Locals
Cedartown Standard, December 19, 1918
Submitted by

Mr. Quillie Davis, who returned a few days ago from Ft. Screven, has rented the W. E. Bridges place near Biggers, and is moving there this week.

Mr. T. H. Weaver died Thursday after several months illness, aged seventy years, and was buried Friday. He is survived by six sons, Messrs. Ivy, Radolph, George and John, of Polk; Ben, of Atlanta; and Albert, who is at Camp McClellan and who came home to the funeral.

Mr. R. D. Davis has sold his farm to Mr. Roy Hammond, and is moving this week to the Geo. Weaver place.

   If you have information that would benefit other researchers,
please email to and it will be published on this website.

Copyright © 2002 - 2014



The information contained on this website is not intended for commercial use.
Unauthorized use of content in this website is strictly prohibited.

This page was last updated Wednesday, 27-Jul-2011 16:32:53 MDT