Class of 1895
Graduation Essay, “Music as a Fine Art”
Faculty: Music Director 1895-1896
Birth: September 13, 1874
Death: October 7, 1911
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lippard
Spouse: Prof. A. W. George
Marriage: 1 Jul 1906
Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA
The Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC), July 5, 1906, p. 1.
WEDDING THIS EVENING
Miss Frances Lippard and Professor A. W. George of Crescent to be Married
Miss Frances Lippard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Lippard, and Professor A. W. George, of Crescent, are to be married this evening at 6 o’clock at the bride’s home on Spring Street. The wedding will be a quiet one without attendance, and following the wedding the bride and groom will take the train for a bridal tour.
The ceremony will be performed by Rev. W. S. Beck in the presence of only a few relatives and friends. Miss Lippard is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lippard and has been teaching at the Crescent academy, having charge of the musical department of that splendid school. She is a young woman of great accomplishment and beauty of character. Prof. George is a member of the Crescent Academy faculty is well known through the state as an educator.
The Concord Times (Concord, NC), July 10, 1906, p. 5.
Prof. A. W. George, of Crescent, and Miss Frances Lippard, of Concord, were married at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lippard, Thursday, at 6 p. m. The ceremony was performed by rev. S. W. Beck in the presence of a very few invited guests. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the dining room, where a delightful supper was enjoyed by those present. The bride and groom left on No. 12 on their bridal tour in Western North Carolina. The marriage was quiet home affair in every respect.
The bride is the accomplished daughter of a predominant business man of Concord. She is well known throughout the State and elsewhere for having been associated with different branches of church work in which she has taken much interest. She is a graduate of Mont Amoena Seminary and has also taken special work in music and art in other institutions.
Prof. George has been teaching at Crescent Academy for the last five years, where he has given entire satisfaction. He will continue his work there the coming year.
Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC)
Saturday, October 7, 1911
Mrs. A. W. George
Mrs. A. W. George died this morning at 6:30 o’clock at the home of her father, Mr. J. C. Lippard, on Spring Street, after a lingering illness.
Mrs. George had been in declining health for more than a year and about eight weeks ago she went to St. Leo’s Hospital in Greensboro for treatment. Her condition was serious then and heroic efforts were made to save her life. Her brother, Mr. Crooks Lippard, went to Greensboro and submitted to an operation, transfusing his blood into his sister’s body. For a time after the operation her condition improved and she came here about three weeks ago to visit her father. Soon after her arrival, however, her condition grew worse and continued so until her death.
Mrs. George was reared in this city, and before her marriage she was Miss Fannie Lippard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Lippard. She was married July 1, 1906, to Mr. A. W. George and they have been living at Elkin for some time. Mr. George has been here for some time, and was at her bedside when the death summons came. Mrs. George was 36 years of age and since her childhood had been a member of the Reformed church, where the funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock, and will be conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. H. Causey.