Mrs. Minerva Hardcastle

The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 1, 1884, page 3
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Death of an Estimable Lady.

We take the following from the Houston (Texas) Daily Post, June 27th:

HARDCASTLE – At 2:50 o’clock p. m., yesterday. Mrs. Minerva Hardcastle, wife of Phillip F. Hardcastle.

The many friends of Mrs. F. Word, of this place, will deeply sympathize with her in this her hour of sad bereavement. She spent several months with her mother, Mrs. Hardcastle, last winter and spring, in Texas.  When she returned to Cartersville, some three months ago, her mother, who had been very ill, was greatly improved in health, with a prospect of a considerable extension of life.  Last Thursday the sad news was flashed over the wires that her mother, the first and dearest friend on earth, was dead.

We tender Mrs. Word our sincerest sympathies, and would remind her of the fact that her mother has simply been translated to a brighter and better world, where the children of God are gathered one by one.


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