Spring City, Tenn. — Samuel P.C. ROBINSON, one of the old substantial citizens of Rhea County, died at his home in Spring City, Jan. 15 and will be buried in the City cemetery Wednesday, the 17th, after a funeral service to be held at the home at 1 o’clock, p.m., conducted by Rev. W.H. BRIGGS, a former pastor. The deceased was born and raised in Rhea County and in his active days was a farmer and stock dealer. He was 73 years of age and had been in poor health for many months. He leaves a widow and six children: two daughters living in Georgia, one daughter in Chattanooga, and one at home; the two sons, one in Lafayette, GA., and one at South Pittsburg, Tenn. He served four years in the confederate army, was in many battles and bore the scar of a saber on his head to the day of his death.
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