Pvt. Randolph J. Arnold

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Randolph J. Arnold - Pvt. 5/5/1862. Discharged, furnished J. H. Hendricks as substitute, in 1862.

Born in Ga. about 1832.

Friday, April 1st, 1921
Oglethorpe Echo Newspaper

We mentioned in the last issue the serious condition of Mr. Ran. J. Arnold of near Woodstock, from another of several strokes of paralysis. He lingered until Wednesday morning of this week when he went to receive his reward for the long and exemplary life he had lived in our midst. He was in his ninety fifth year, all of his life having been spent in the community in which he lived. He is survived by several sons and daughters. His remains were laid to rest at Woodstock yesterday.

Obituary from Wilkes Co. Newspaper:
News Reporter Newspaper,
Friday, April 1st, 1921

Wednesday, the 30th of March, at his home in the western part of the county, Mr. Randolph J. Arnold passed away. Mr. Arnold was a native of Wilkes County and had lived all his life of 91 years in the same neighborhood in which he was born. He was the oldest member of Sardis Baptist Church, having been a member for fifty years. He is survived b one brother, Mr. Tom Arnold of Oglethorpe county; three daughters, Miss Kate Arnold, Mrs. Seaborn Callaway, and Mrs. A. T. Drake, six sons, Messrs E. V. , Walter, Rand J. Jr., Mose M, Juke J., and Jud G. Arnold. The interment was at Sardis Church Thursday afternoon with services conducted by Rev. John. D. Mell, his pastor. Six grandsons were pallbearers.

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