Mrs. C. J. Vincent

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
September 19, 1871, page 3
 
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At one and a half o’clock this (Monday) morning, September the 18th, the soul of Mrs. C. J. Vincent, wife of A. A. Vincent, quit its encumbered clay and crossed the turbid waters of death in triumph.  She has gone from a world of pain and sorrow to meet the blessed Saviour in that bright and happy world, where she will not wear the hectic flush, or grow pale with ravaging, wasting Consumption.  I approached her late yesterday evening on the subject of death.  She said her faith was strong in Christ, and that she could fully rely on the Saviour’s strong arm, feeling confident in death.  We trust her spirit is happy with God.  She leaves a husband and five children, together with many friends to mourn her loss.  But we mourn not as those who have no hope.  May the God of our fathers sanctify this dispensation of His providence to the bereaved husband and grief-stricken children, and by grace, enable them to meet her in Heaven.

 

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