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The Ringgold Record, 1880

NOTICE of DEATH.

DIED--DUNNING - On Monday Oct. 22nd., 1880,
Charles B. Dunning, aged 25 years

The deceased was born in Mt. Ayr on the 5th day of December, 1855, and was the first child born in the town. He had grown up from childhood to manhood in our midst, was well-known and respected by all who knew him and his loss is deeply felt by all. Charley's last sickness was of short duration, he being up town and attending to his business on the Friday preceding his death. He has been suffering for some time with that terrible disease, diabetus (sic), the same which destroyed his father's life. He had been married but a little over a year and a half and leaves a heart-broken young wife to mourn his untimely death. The funeral service was conducted at the M. E. Church at 11 o'clock on Tuesday, by Rev. Geo. W. ROBY of Bedford, who, we believe, officiated at Charley's marriage. After the friends had taken a last look of the well-known features, the funeral cortege moved to our beautiful Woodlawn (sic, should be Woodland) Cemetery, north of the city [Kellerton], where all that was mortal of Charles B. DUNNING was laid away to await the final resurrection, where there is no more sickness nor death, neither sighing or shedding of tears.

Photograph courtesy of Mount Ayr Depot Museum, submitted by Mike Avitt
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, 2008

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