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Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Thompson obit
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 17:55:49 EDT
You know I can always count on you ladies and gentlemen here to help me
unravel things! Thank you!
In a message dated 10/12/2006 1:42:25 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> I have that Algie Hodges Thompson died on March 09, 1923 and is buried at
> Old Philadelphia............so, that would be in line with the marital
> status, right?
> How does the Owen Young fit in..........anyone know?
Melboourne Times - Mar 30, 1923 - Obituaries
Mrs Algie Thompson - After several months of illness God called home
one of His children, Mrs Algie Thompson, wife of Mr R. H. Thompson one of
our well known and beloved citizen. Mrs Thompson was loved by all who knew
her and to visit her during her illness and to see how she bore her sickness
with patience was only to confirm our faith in Christ. Mrs Thompson was born
Feb 12th 1853, departed this life Mar 9th 1923. She professed faith in
Christ in early life and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church. ------ and
lived a devoted Christian until the end came. Bereaved let us sorrow not as
other ----- have no hope." For death is but the place at which the streams
of life merges into the ocean of eternity. Death is but the turning point in
the endless path of existence. Funeral services were held in the home by the
writer and her body laid to rest in the Philadelphia Cemetery.
Rev. T. C.-- hambliss (or could be Chambliss??
(very hard to read in spots) (wasn't found in the Izard County cemetery
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