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From: "Lynn B. Cunningham" <>
Subject: Re: [GACOBB] Ga-Cobb Co. Obituary (Northcutt) - Query
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 14:16:45 -0400
Jesse J. Northcutt's mother was Lucy Robinson. She was born abt 1782. I am
trying to find out more about her family and a possible connection to Nancy
C. Robinson (b. 14 Dec 1843). Nancy Robinson was married to Simeon Beasley.
She is buried in Collins Springs Cemetery in Cobb County - now the Vinings
Also, Nancy Northcutt, a sister to Jesse J. Northcutt, who was married to
Any information on these people is appreciated. I'm working on the Robinson,
Beasley and Hicks families in Cobb County.
Beginning with Henry L. Hicks (b. abt 1801) married to Luvica ? > Starling
H. Hicks (b. abt 1824) > Joe Sephus Hicks (b. 30 Oct 1857) > Minnie Ola
Hicks (b. 23 Feb 1888) married to William Thomas Beasley. William Thomas
Beasley was a son of Simeon Beasley.
Subject: [GACOBB] Ga-Cobb Co. Obituary (Northcutt)
> Cobb County GaArchives Obituaries.....Jesse J. Northcutt April 26 1888
> File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:
> Nancy Squires-Shutt April 15, 2004, 2:46 pm
> The Marietta Journal
> Death Of Mr. J. J. Northcutt, Sr.
> Mr. Jesse J. Northcutt, Sr. after a lingering illness of many weeks,
> at his late home in this place on last Thursday night at 11:30 o'clock,
> years. He was one of the oldest dry goods merchants in Marietta, whose
> become familiar to nearly every household among the old settlers of the
> He has always been recongnized as a man of scrupulous honesty,
> in all his dealings, kind, courteous, and considerate. He has been a
> member of the Baptist Church, always upholding its doctrines and
> precepts. He was a devoted husband and affectionate father, and his death
> removes one of our best and most highly esteemed citizens.
> He leaves a wife and eight grown children, six of whom are married.
> funeral took place on last Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the Baptist
> Rev. G. S. Tumlin officiating. The Church was crowded beyond its seating
> capacity, many persons had to turn away. The funeral sermon was
> all its parts, touchingly beautiful and impressively sad. The casket was
> bestrewn with flowers. "At Rest" lettered a large floral offering.
> The pall bearers were some of the old citzens of the place and
> George Robers, Capt. Smith Lemon, Mr. Green Bentley, Mr. H. Reid, Mr. W.
> Dobbs, Dr. A. Reynolds, Sr., Hon. J. B. Blackwell, and Judge G. T. Carrie.
> A large funeral procession of carriages and buggies followed the
> to the city cemetery where the ceremonies were concluded at the grave. The
> relatives have our sympathy in their bereavement.
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