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Deaths - Died L.ast Night.: Mr. G. E. Clark, a well...
Died L.ast Night.: Mr. G. E. Clark, a well known citizen of Greensboro, died at his home on South Eugeite street last night at &.30 o'clock, fol-wing fol-wing fol-wing an illness of 18 months. He was 66 years old a.id is survived by his widow, three sons and four daughters. The body was carried this morning to Charlottesville, Va., the former home of the family, where the funeral and interment will take place this afternoon. Aged Woman Dead Miss Amelia, Langley died Friday afternoon at the home of her nephew, Mr. C. P. Lang-ley, Lang-ley, Lang-ley, on West Market street. She was 77 years old and had been in feeble health for quite a while. The funeral funeral was held from the residence Saturday afternoon at 4.30 o'clock and was conducted by Rev. J.. R. Miller, of St. Andrew's Episcopal church. Interment was made in Greene Hill cemetery.

Clipped from The Greensboro Patriot15 Feb 1915, MonPage 1

The Greensboro Patriot (Greensboro, North Carolina)15 Feb 1915, MonPage 1
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