Mrs. A. C. Harris

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 30, 1891, page 8
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O! The sting of death has been felt again in our community. On the 25th of July, at 10 p. m., Mrs. A. C. Harris passed over the river of death and rests beneath the shade of the trees. She was a happy bride February 1890; now in the cold and silent tomb. Her heart stricken husband, Rev. A. C. Harris, now feels the sad loss of a pure loving Christian companion. We remember her in childhood, girlhood and young womanhood, as she passed the different stages of life, she was always pleasant, cheerful and happy in Sunday school, in the house of God or in the social circle. None knew her but to love her, none named her but to praise her. I only speak the sentiment of all her friends and acquaintances in tendering our warmest sympathies to the deep stricken husband and bereaved loved ones in this sad dispensation of Godís providence. She was interred at the Connaseena cemetery at 8 a. m., July 26th. Rev. J. E. England conducted the religious services. A great many of our citizens attended the funeral and nearly every member of the young menís prayer meeting.


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