Annie May Todd

 
The Cartersville American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 22, 1884, page 2
 
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Rockmart.

Little Annie May, infant daughter of Edgar and Mollie Todd, died July the 2d, aged sixteen months and three days. She was a bright little child, and will not only be missed by the bereaved parents, but by those who visit her little home. They will miss the bright smile and childish prattle of the little one who is gone. The empty cradle and carriage are ever a silent reminder that something is missing; and never again will they hold the form of little Annie May. Death has stolen into that home and robbed them of the one bright ray of sunshine; but, mourning parents, she is not lost, but gone before–

Gone is the morning light;
Fled with the winging dew;
Gone ere the sense or sight
Found earth untrue.

Sickness shall pain no more;
Anguish shall stir her never –
Safe on the bosom of God,
Resting forever.

 

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