Miss Elvira Hargis

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
November 23, 1893, Page 8
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“Cass Station.”

Miss Elvira Hargis, aunt of Capt. R. R. Hargis died at his home Monday evening. She was taken very suddenly ill on last Friday morning. She was quite an old lady, and much beloved by all her kindred. Her sickness was a stroke of paralysis and up to the time of her death she was not able to converse much. During the morning however, to several friends who introduced the subject of religion to her, in her broken speech she expressed herself “willing to depart and be with Christ” adding, “He was her all in all,” and had been for many years. ‘Blessed are the dead, who die in the Lord.’


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