Mary Clara Baring, .grandmother off the -well known farmer John Baring, near Elmore, died last Friday, March 4, 185J2, at an age of 83 years. 11 months an8 days, aud was buried Sunday after- noon by Rev. I. AchHles from the Ger- tnaiv Evangelical church of this town. Mother Baring's maiden name was Mary Clara Nieman. She was bora at Rubber, Germany, in 1808. She was wedded to Ernst Baring in 1828, and immigrated with her family to this country in 1853, where they settled in the vicinity of El¬ more and, lived there since on the same place. She had two children, Mrs. Mary HudelbriujE and Mrs. Eleonore Baring, who both are still living. Her husband, Ernst'Barmg died 1887. A large con¬ course of people attended her funeral.
Mother Baring was a true christian woman, %vetl versed in the bible and full of the spirit of laith. She trusted in Jesus.as her Saviour and Advocate with all her heart and went unlike many others, well prepared into eternity. Though we feel pain at her departure we are able to praise God that he has removed^ne of his dear children to the throne of eternal glory and triumph with Paul: Deai&, srj&efe is thy sting? Grave, where is tny^ctory'i Rest dear soul, in the arms of toother earth, slumber quiet¬ ly until tfae.T$»eo ot omnipotent Jesus shall call i*ee Xorth to present thee with to stand before his pre- ng celestial anthems of >ry of the Father, of the ■Jr" Ghost, World K\hlu:u.^
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