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The Landmark, Statesville, North Carolina
Jos. P. Caldwell
Editor and Proprietor
Friday, April 2, 1886
A.J.DINKINS, Foreman
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                                                              E. B. Drake, Ag't.
March 19, 1886--3m
The Landmark, Statesville, North Carolina
Published Tuesdays and Fridays
Tuesday, February 18, 1896
Mr. A. J. Dinkins, a well known printer and one time a compositor on the Statesville American, was in town yesterday on his was to Asheville, where he goes to take a job in the Citizen job office. It will be remembered that Mr. Dinkins married Georgie Shuford of Statesville. He has recently been working at Elkin
The Landmark, Statesville, North Carolina
September 22, 1903
Mr. A. J. Dinkins Dead
The Asheville Citizen of Sunday says:
A. J. Dinkins died yesterday morning at half past ten o'clock at his residence, 20 Highland Street, and will be buried this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The funeral will be held at the residence and will be conducted by Rev. E. K. McLarty, pastor of the North Asheville Methodist Church.
Mr. Dinkins leaves surviving his wife, who was Miss Shuford, and six children. He was stricken with paralysis one month ago last night and never recovered for the shock.
Mr. Dinkins was a member of Asheville Typographical Union, No. 203. The pall bearers will be W. C. Frank, G. P. Robinson, Lester Goodwin, R. Horton, C. H. Thompson, Chas. Wellborn.
Mr. Dinkins came to Statesville from Goldsboro about 20 years ago and was for a time, a compositor on the old Statesville American. Some months after coming here, he married Miss Georgie Shuford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Shuford, then residents of Statesville, now of Asheville. Mrs. Dinkins is a niece of Messers. J. A., W. L., and J. F. Harbin of Statesville.
After leaving Statesville, Mr. and Mrs. Dinkins lived at various points in the State. For some time, they made their home at Elkin and Mr. Dinkins published a paper there. They had lived in Asheville for several years.