Eulalie Johnson

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
November 13 , 1873, Page 3
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Died, in Adairsville, Ga., November 4, 1873, EULALIE, youngest daughter of Jane and Thomas JOHNSON, in the eighth year of her age.

Yes, Death has sealed and kissed the eyelids of sweet little Eulalie.  The golden bowl has been broken at the fountain; the tender cords of love sundered, and a dear little soul carried from a field of death to the joys of heaven—gone to rejoin her dear old grandmother so lately gone before—“in that beautiful land of the leal.”  Help us, dear Lord, to say “thy will be done” –

“To think her not dead, but sleeping,
Not lost, but gone before;
And held in thy tender keeping—
Safe on the golden shore.”
E. H. F.

[The initials were omitted in the 1st printing of this obituary.  The obituary was reprinted in the November 20, 1873 with an apology about the omission of the initials.]


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