sarah grazier memorial May 1888

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sarah grazier memorial May 1888 - IN MEMORIAM. The dread Death Angel has again,...
IN MEMORIAM. The dread Death Angel has again, in the silent watches, entered a peaceful home and taken therefrom a beloved sister and idolized aunt. At the home of her brother. Porter Grazier, near Tyrone, Sarah Grazier peacefully closed her eyes in the sleep that knows no waking. While her many friends and loved ones mourn the loss of a friend so dear, they have the consolation that she fully trusted in the "Shield and Rock of her Salvation." Another tie which bound us to earth has been severed ; reminding us of the frailty of this life-and bidding us prepare prepare to meet our loved ones in yon mansions mansions of never-fading bliss, where the ties of love are never again to be broken. "Aunt Sarah" was a consistent member member of the M. E. church since her youth; was of exemplary Christian character ; always charitable in her views of others; ever forgetful of herself in her endeavors to make those about her comfortable and happy, and though her sphere of usefulness was limited to the circle of her immediate friends and relations, yet for them her whole life was spent and she has surely fulfilled her mission. For years she had been troubled with heart disease which terminated in her decease. On Thursday, May "il, her remains were born to their last resting place, the Grazier cemetery, in AVarrioramark Valley, followed by a la-rue concourse of friends and relatives. Sarah Grazier was born May 8th,1819. DieU May 1st, 18SS, a^cd CS years, months and 23 days. Of a family of nine sisters and four brothel's, the following survive her: Mrs. Mary Dysart, of 111.; Mrs. Lizzie Glean, of Kansas; Mrs. Annie McCloskey, McCloskey, of Bellwood, Fa.; Mrs. Loue Plumber, Westley and P. B. Grazier, near Tyrone, Pa., and Will Grazier, of Tyrone. To her brother Porter B., over whose household the deceased has had charge since the death of their mother, do we especially extend our sympathy in this bis hour of sorrow and bereavement. J. U. w.

Clipped from Tyrone Daily Herald22 May 1888, TuePage 4

Tyrone Daily Herald (Tyrone, Pennsylvania)22 May 1888, TuePage 4
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