Charles Anthony Price

 
The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
April 9, 1908, Page 6
 
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In Memory of Charles Anthony Price.

On the 17th day of March 1908, the sweet spirit of dear little Charles Anthony Price was called to leave its tabernacle of clay to return to God who gave it.

We were deeply grieved in our hearts when the sad news of his death reached us, and in the deepest sympathy our hearts went out to the fond parents who were called on to give up their precious babe.

It was on the 4th day of August that he came to bless and brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Price.  He had but a short time in which to do his work, but he did it well for he had so completely entwined himself around their affections, yea and also all of those who had ever seen or known him for he was an unusually bright and interesting child.

Grieve not for him, fond parents, for you know where to find him, and what is your loss is Heaven’s gain.  He cannot come back to you but you can live so in this life that you can go to him.  There will be no more sad partings there, no more sufferings no more sorrows.

Why it was that our Heavenly Father saw best to take him from us we cannot now know, but we know he doeth all things well and let us, as His children, bow in humble submission to His will.

His Aunt Callie.

 

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