|Birth: ||Nov. 13, 1837|
|Death: ||Feb. 3, 1890|
Husband of June Candler/Garrett. Aged 52 years. His wife apparently never married again, even though she lived almost another 60 years.
Young was born in old Campbell County, Georgia - the county no longer exists and is now Fulton County - a small part extends into Coweta County, Ga.
Section 6, Block 86, Lot 4, Grave 4.
The Atlanta Constitution - 2/4/1890 -
MR. YOUNG GARRETT DEAD
HE PASSES PEACEFULLY AWAY AT HIS HOME, ON WASHINGTON STREET
Mr. Young Garrett died yesterday afternoon, after a week's illness.
Mr. Garrett was about fifty-two years of age and had long been connected with the Finley Furniture Company, first as bookkeeper and later as manager.
He will be buried from his residence, 248 Washington Street, at 3 o'clock this afternoon, at Oakland Cemetery. The following gentlemen acting as pallbearers:
Messers. L. H. Hall, A. Satsky, Phil Dodd, W. D. Woodson, Earnest F. Clark, A. C. Brisco and J. J. Meador.
Mr. Garrett leaves a loving wife and many friends who will mourn his death.
THE CONSTITUTION - 31 JULY, 1875 - ATLANTA, GEORGIA
Of All The Prominent Business Houses Of Atlanta, None Have Attained A Wider Or More Growing Popularity Than That Of Garrett And Brother. The Firm Is Composed Of Mr. William J Garrett And Mr. Young Garrett And They Are Occuping The Spacious Store Numbers 50 And 52, Alabama Street. The Business Is That Of Wholesale Grocers And Commission Merchants. Captain WJ Garrett, The Senior Partner Has Been In The Business Twenty Seven Years.
Isaac Garrett (1808 - 1867)
Elizabeth Ball Garrett (1807 - 1875)
June Candler Garrett (1844 - 1947)*
Willie Garrett Catlett (1866 - 1919)*
Louis Garrett (1874 - 1878)*
Created by: Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
Record added: Jul 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55328908