Miss Ida Hubbard

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 1, 1888, Page 1
Transcribed by 2006


Miss Ida Hubbard died at the home of her grandfather, Mr. R. R. Wilson, with whom she lived, near this city, on Saturday evening last, of consumption.  Just as the evening shades dispelled and followed the last dying glows from the waning day’s sun, her tired young spirit was wafted away to join those of departed parents gone before.  She had suffered for quite a while from that wasting disease which carries with certain force so many from earth, and during her afflictions fixed her hopes on those treasures above they expect to share who believe in the Savior’s promises, and therefore met death calmly and with a resignation becoming more those who had carried the cross through a long life’s trials than the young personage she was.  She was buried at Oak Hill cemetery Sunday.


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