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Infant daughter of 
E. F. & S. U. Roberds

Born:  May 20, 1883, Villa Rica, Georgia
Death:  August 8, 1883, Villa Rica, Georgia
Age: 11 1/ 2 weeks 
Parents: Eldorado Franklin Roberds and
Susan Ursula Brown Roberds                        

Her parents are buried at Hillcrest Cemetery in Villa Rica. 
March 2023
The death of the infant's mother, S. U. Roberds', was reported in the Atlanta Constitution and Carroll Free Press. 
Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, GA) June 30, 1934
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Mrs. E. F. Roberds
     Dies at Villa Rica

      Mrs. E. F. Roberds, widely known and highly esteemed
Villa Rica woman and member of a family long prominent in this section, died last Thursday, and was buried at Villa Rica Saturday following funeral services conducted at the residence by Rev. R. W. Green.
      In addition to her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. T. A. Blackwell and Mrs. W. S. Gaston, of Atlanta, and Miss Hattie Roberds, of Villa Rica; six sons, T. F. Roberds, Denver, Colorado; J. B. G. Roberds, Atlanta; H. G., W. L., E. M. and C. L. Roberds, all of Villa Rica; a sister, Mrs. Ella McCain, Lineville, Ala. and two brothers, J. T. and I. N. Brown, both of Atlanta. 

Carroll Free Press (Carroll County, GA) July 5, 1934


Carroll County Times (Carroll County, GA)
July 4, 1935
The death of the infant's father, E. F. Roberds',  was reported in the Carroll County Times.
              VILLA RICA HOME
Prominent Citizen of Villa Rica
      Passes After Illness of 
           Several Months

        Friends of the family were inexpressibly saddened Tuesday morning to learn of the sudden and unexpected death of Mr. E. F. Roberds, prominent citizen of Villa Rica. Mr. Roberds, who was 82 years of age at the time of his passing, passed away at his home in Villa Rica after an illness of several months duration. 
        The deceased was well-known throughout Carroll County and was highly respected and loved. Always interested in affairs going on in the community in which he lived, he took an active part in various affairs and through his work gained many friends who mourn his going away. 
        He was one of the leading farmers of Carroll County. 
        Funeral services were held at the residence of Villa Rica Wednesday morning with Rev. A. E. Harton officiating. Burial was in Hill Crest Cemetery, also in Villa Rica. 
        Surviving are three daughters, Miss Mattie Roberds, Mrs. T. A. Blackwell and Mrs. W. S. Gaston, all of Villa Rica; and six sons, T. F. Roberds, of Grand Junction; Colonel J. R. Roberds, of Atlanta; and H. G., W. L., E. M., and C. L. Roberds, all of Villa Rica. 

Infant girl's headstone and footstone
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In Heaven it lives.
Epitaph on her headstone
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