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Count Pulaski Fleming

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Count Pulaski Fleming

Birth
Pitt County, North Carolina, USA
Death
17 May 1876 (aged 61)
Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA
Burial
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Marriages, Deaths. and Etc. From Hawkinsville Dispatch (Georgia), 1870-1888, By: M Sgt. Robert K. [Bob] Nobles, Jr., See Page 69, Vol. X. #22., Thursday Morning, 7 Jun. 1876
MARRIAGES, DEATHS, AND ETC.FROM
HAWKINSVILLE DISPATCH (GEORGIA)
1870-1888
BY: M SGT ROBERT K. [Bob] Nobles, Jr.
See Page 69
Vol. 10. #22, Thursday Morning, 7 Jun. 1876:

A dispatch was received in Hawkinsville on the 17th of May, by Mr. D. G. Fleming, stating that his uncle, Pulaski Fleming, died in Atlanta on that morning, Letters since received confirm the sad tidings by telegraph. Mr.Fleming was raised in our county, and was named after Count Pulaski, the brave Polander who was killed in front of Savannah, Ga., during the revolutionary war. Mr. Fleming resided for a long while in Dooly County, but returned to Pulaki a few years prior to the late war. In 1868 he moved to Cobb County, where he lived until about the year 1873, when he engaged in business in Atlanta, where he remained until his death. He was a brother of Messrs. James and Ferdinand Fleming and Mrs. Thully Williamson, all now living in our county. The deceased was a Deacon of the Baptist Church and a member of the Masonic fraternity. He was about sixty-two years of age.
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Count Pulaski Fleming married Martha A. Bembry, she was born 21 November 1818 and died 28 February 1886 and was buried in The Oakland Cemetery, Fulton
County, Georgia
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Obituary - The Atlanta Constitution - 5/18/1876 - Page 2.



Marriages, Deaths. and Etc. From Hawkinsville Dispatch (Georgia), 1870-1888, By: M Sgt. Robert K. [Bob] Nobles, Jr., See Page 69, Vol. X. #22., Thursday Morning, 7 Jun. 1876
MARRIAGES, DEATHS, AND ETC.FROM
HAWKINSVILLE DISPATCH (GEORGIA)
1870-1888
BY: M SGT ROBERT K. [Bob] Nobles, Jr.
See Page 69
Vol. 10. #22, Thursday Morning, 7 Jun. 1876:

A dispatch was received in Hawkinsville on the 17th of May, by Mr. D. G. Fleming, stating that his uncle, Pulaski Fleming, died in Atlanta on that morning, Letters since received confirm the sad tidings by telegraph. Mr.Fleming was raised in our county, and was named after Count Pulaski, the brave Polander who was killed in front of Savannah, Ga., during the revolutionary war. Mr. Fleming resided for a long while in Dooly County, but returned to Pulaki a few years prior to the late war. In 1868 he moved to Cobb County, where he lived until about the year 1873, when he engaged in business in Atlanta, where he remained until his death. He was a brother of Messrs. James and Ferdinand Fleming and Mrs. Thully Williamson, all now living in our county. The deceased was a Deacon of the Baptist Church and a member of the Masonic fraternity. He was about sixty-two years of age.
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Count Pulaski Fleming married Martha A. Bembry, she was born 21 November 1818 and died 28 February 1886 and was buried in The Oakland Cemetery, Fulton
County, Georgia
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Obituary - The Atlanta Constitution - 5/18/1876 - Page 2.





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