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Huntsville Independent (AL)
Huntsville Independent (AL)
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Description: Mr. Turley Severs Connection with L. & N.;
Death of George P. Booker;
Chancery Court Convened in Somerville

Date: September 17 1885

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 2, Column 3

Mr. T. F. Turley has severed his official connection with the L. & N. railroad, and has left for Knoxville, Tenn., which he purposes to make his future home.--Decatur News.
Mr. George P. Booker, for some time the Express Agent in Decatur, died on the night of last Tuesday. He was sorely afflicted but was a patient and meek sufferer; his was a genial nature, and by his personal and official conduct, which was courteous in an extreme degree, he endeared himself to the community at large.—Decatur News.
Chancery Court convened in Somerville, on Thursday last. Hon. Henry Cobbs presiding: The following lawyers were in attendance: Messrs. Ward and Humes, of Huntsville, E. W. Godbey, of Decatur; W. H. Simpson, of Hartselle; J. W. Hampton, of Cedar Plains; S. T. Wert, of Decatur, and Mr. Watlington, of Cullman.—Morgan County News.

Submitted: 01/13/19

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