Mrs. Mary A. Clemmons

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
May 10, 1900, page 8
 
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“All Around In Bartow.”

A very sad death was that of Mrs. Mary A. Clemmons, which occurred the first day of this month.  She was the pride of the household and the joy of her children whom she was always ready to oblige in anything that was suited for their comfort.  She was a devoted mother, and a member of the Baptist church for forty odd years.  She was sixty-five years old, a kind neighbor, always ready to lend a helping hand to those afflicted.  She met death very calm, saying she was going to heaven and has passed over the river to rest under the shade of the trees.  The grief stricken ones have the sympathy of the whole community.  May the good Lord watch tenderly over them and help each one of them to look beyond the river where mother has gone, and live to meet her where no farewell tear is shed.

 

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