|Birth: ||Mar. 11, 1895|
|Death: ||Oct. 15, 1917|
Obituary from Cobb County Times
Thursday, November 1, 1917
Last Tuesday, October 16th, 1917 we all gathered together at Howell's cemetery to pay a last sad tribute to our relative, friend and schoolmate Alf Pittman. Alf was an employee of the Southern Railroad but his old home place is at Riverside.
Friday night he went to his work as usual bright and cheerful and sometime during the night he was thrown under the train and both legs cut off. He was sent to the Atlanta Hospital where he received good attention but to no avail.
It was not God's will that Alf should get well for He needed him for a higher and better world. He was a member of the Methodist Church from his childhood and was just entering into manhood. He was liked by all who met him.
He leaves a father, five brothers, two sisters and a number of other relatives. So dear friends, let's give him up, for Alf is walking the golden streets of Paradise with his mother, who gone on several years before, where there is no sad parting or pain.
Isaac Marion Pittman (1859 - 1919)
Leila A Hooper Pittman (1870 - 1900)
Daniel Weyman Pittman (1893 - 1918)*
Eva Pittman (1893 - 1894)*
Daniel Wayman Pittman (1893 - 1918)*
Alfred Pittman (1895 - 1917)
Thomas Lex Pittman (1896 - 1976)*
Isaac Edgar Pittman (1899 - 1964)*
Marion Babb Pittman (1907 - 1990)**
Jack Maurice Eugene Pittman (1912 - 1993)**
Maintained by: Sue Pittman McPeak
Originally Created by: Gladys
Record added: May 21, 2010
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