Miss Emma E. Stocks

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 29, 1888, Page 1
Transcribed by 2006

Sad Death of a Young Lady.

Miss Emma E. Stocks, eighteen years of age, a daughter of Mr. W. H. Stocks, died on Monday, the 19th inst., at her father’s home in this city, of consumption, from which she had been for some time a sufferer.  Her funeral took place from the Baptist church, of which she was a member, on Tuesday, the 20th, Rev. W. H. Cooper, in some feeling remarks portraying the beauty of her Christian character, and dwelling impressively upon the fitness for eternal life of those who accept the Lord and sacrificingly serve and trust Him.  Her sad death casts a deep gloom over relatives and a large circle of friends.


The Courant American
December 6, 1888, Page 4

In Memory of Miss Emma Stocks.

[Resolutions of Respect by the First Baptist Sunday School.  For death notice see November 29, 1888, page 1.]


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