MADISON, GA'S HISTORIC CEMETERIES
Madison New Cemetery
JAMES MONTGOMERY FEW
FORMER CITIZEN PASSES AWAY IN ATLANTA
Mr. James M. Few Died Sunday and Remains Interred Here Tuesday. Nearly Eighty Years Old.
The remains of Mr. J. M. Few, who died Sunday afternoon at his home, 119 Park Avenue, Atlanta, arrived in Madison Tuesday morning at ten o'clock, and were buried from the train in the new cemetery. Rev. J. R. King conducted the service at the grave. Mrs. Broughton, Mrs. Perkins, Mr. Furlow, and Mr. James
From: The Atlanta Constitution June 22, 1914
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Boughton sang "Abide With Me" and "Shall We Meet." The pall bearers were Messrs. P. M. Atkinson, J. W. and R. S. Douglas, J. H. Hunter, R. U. Thomason and Pete Bearden. There were a number of pretty floral offerings.
James M. Few was the son of Seaborn Few and Lucinda L. Nichols, and was born just outside the corporate limits of Madison nearly eighty years ago. He lived in Madison until about 35 years ago, moving first to South Georgia for several years, thence to Atlanta, where he has since lived.
He was married in Augusta, Columbus Co., GA to Frances A. Burton, 23 October 1862 and is survived by his wife and three daughters -- Mrs. M. F. Auten, Mrs. Etta Hampton, and Miss Lilly Few, all of Atlanta. Another daughter, Mrs. Nora Overby, and two sons, Henry and Frank, are dead. He also leaves three sisters -- Mrs. Dick Orr, of this county, Mrs. Fannie Goodman, of Atlanta, and Mrs. Mary Dodge, of Iowa. He had but one brother, Mr. Lucius Few, of this county, who died several years ago.
He never united with any church. He was a veteran of the Civil War, and an upright and highly esteemed man.
From: The Madisonian June 26, 1914