Mrs. R. A. Hutcheson

Oconee Enterprise
Friday, February 6, 1925
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Death of Mrs. R.A. Hutcheson Last Saturday Week

The death of Mrs. R.A. Hutcheson, an esteemed resident of Gainesville for a number of years, occurred at her home on Green street in (sic) Saturday, January 17th.

Mrs. Hutcheson had reached the age of 72 years. She had been a great sufferer for several years but bore her afflictions patiently and without murmer (sic). She was a consistent member of the First Methodist church at Gainesville.

Mrs. Hutcheson is survived by two daughters, Mrs. A.P. Large, of Gainesville, and Mrs. J.L. Ingram, of Pensacola, Fla., two sisters, Mrs. J.W. Large, of Gainesville, and Mrs. Elbert Hill, of Hoschton, and scores of relatives. She was a sister of the late S.A. Camp, of our town.

Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. J.W. Large, Rev. W.P. King, her pastor, officiating. Intement in Alta Vista cemetery.

For a number of years Mrs. Hutcheson was a resident of Oconee county, residing between Watkinsville and Bishop on the place known as the Fullilove place.

Mrs. R.A. Hutcheson was an aunt of Mrs. Tom Durham, Mrs. T.P. Veale and A.C. Camp.