p Mary Aim Barn hard was born in iFairfleld county^ ObhvF^b. 12th, 1820, it id died May 2(>, 1802,%ged 72 years, 3 [months and 8 days. She was"married to lb. L. AniesMarcli Hth, 1839, and was the moTtTeTT 6T*,eiev^n .children, eight of In her early life she e M. E. (Ihureh. Al- svtmted Iter at- of Qp<L hers .was Tty^l^Her 'go watched tier, that she was tmade with hands aWLa.—her last re- boys might so live Very .-patiently, did w,;;: the sons |ind sterto the.Jvaiits of dn ri n g tli e elOsjn g e lamp'lias burnt gone Who
er " swee^^eaceful
[eiise > histb-
y and we) but not
[jintil the judj&K'iit day e read
pkright the life: m unselfish,
levoted, pray^$it\ mother. Her life
bust needs hatje'Jiad %(s gethsamanes,
j^nd its cmcifiAiis, its pains and heart-
P'hes, biifesheSas forever ^passed be¬ nd them-i^v to dwell in blessed ace where ^fo shadows of earth nev- pv fall. FareW^l until we meet in the ^morning, v JKv *-• ¦ .- .~ TC '
j whom survive In |was a member ^though himfrf* pendance at ti |a christian f last words ast<
and tenderly ea^ i going to the ho •eternally in tU
fiuest being tbj ,o meet hej
jfather .s.a$. fweeks of 1 | out and m| , that loold| [face in the •". LA few senh i c-es^
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