Mrs. T. J. Price (and infant)

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
October 22, 1891, page 8
Transcribed by:  

On last Sunday night the angel of death visited the home of Mr. T. J. Price and the spirit of his dear wife and infant babe answered the summons to come up higher. Then we are again reminded that those whom the Lord loveth die young. Mrs. Price was the daughter of Mr. Wm. Cato, a true and noble woman that leaves a host of friends to mourn her untimely death. To her bereaved companion and near relatives we tender our heartfelt sympathies for we too have passed under the rod, and may they look to Him who alone can comfort, for he never willingly wounds but what with loving hands He heals. Mourn not dear friends for her
Whom the father called on high;
But be ye also ready
To meet her bye and bye.


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