|Death: ||Jun. 26, 1913|
The Atlanta Journal
June 26, 1913
Mrs. Samuel L. Adams, of Bolton, Ga., died Thursday morning at 3 o'clock at a private sanitarium. Mrs. Adams had been ill only a short time, and her death will come as a great shock and surprise to her many friends.
She was the wife of Mr. Samuel L. Adams, a prominent citizen of Fulton county, and had resided at Bolton practically all of her life. She was a woman of highest character, respected and loved by all who knew her. As a member of the Collins Memorial Methodist church at Bolton she was a faithful and conscientious worker in the church and was known as a devout Christian.
Before her marriage Mrs. Adams was Miss Killie Maudlin, and her father, B. F. Maudlin, survives her. She also leaves four children, Misses Lillie May, France, Grace, and Samuel L. Adams, Jr. and one brother, William Maudlin of Atlanta.
The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Collins Memorial church. Rev. W. H. Clark, pastor of the church, will officiate. The following gentlemen will act as pallbearers: J. T. Pope, C. W. Pope, Paul McDonald, C. C. Mayson, Virlyn B. Moore, and W. M. Jeffries. The interment will be in Hollywood Cemetery.
The Atlanta Constitution
Issue of June 27, 1913
Mrs. Samuel L. Adams, of Bolton, Ga., died yesterday at a local hospital, where she had been ill for only a short time. She was the wife of Samuel L. Adams, a well-known and prominent citizen of Fulton county. She was 40 years old and had long been active in church and civic work at Bolton.
Her father, Benjamin F. Mauldin, and a brother, William Mauldin, survive her in Atlanta. She also leaves her husband and four children, Misses Lillie May, Frances and Fanny and Master Samuel L. Adams, Jr.
The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Collins Memorial church and interment will be at Hollywood cemetery.
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