Emma Cline

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 8, 1887, page 2
 
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Grassdale.

Mrs. Emma Cline, who had been sick with typhoid fever, for several weeks, died about five o’clock on Friday morning, and was buried at Cross Roads on Saturday.  One remarkable feature about Mrs. Cline’s case, was, although she suffered greatly, she was perfectly conscious all the time, and when told that death was near, she was perfectly resigned having made her peace with God several years ago, and had lived a consistent Christian life.  She leaves a husband and two children, one an infant only a few weeks old.

 

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