Mrs. Thomas Amos

 
The Cartersville Courant
Cartersville, Georgia
May 7, 1885, page 3
 
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Mrs. Thomas Amos, daughter of Johnson Adams, died on the 27th of April, and was buried at Pine Log, on the 38th(sic).  We chronicled the death of her father three weeks ago, and she was then in fine health.  She took pneumonia and her system soon gave way under it.  She was twenty-nine years old, and leaves four children.  She joined the Baptist church when she was about sixteen, and her trust in her Savior never faltered.  Of course, she wanted to live for her children, to whom she was a most devoted mother; but she was willing for the Lord to do His Holy will with her and hers.  She had every attention from her friends and neighbors, and the bereaved husband and kindred return hearty and grateful thanks to them for their sympathizing attention and neighborly kindness.

 

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