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 - THE YOUNG SISTER'S BURIAL. Carried to the Grave...
THE YOUNG SISTER'S BURIAL. Carried to the Grave Two Weeks After She Had Made tier Vow, . Elizabeth Fisher, aged 19, daughter of Albert Fisher, of 140o North Seventh street, known m the reugious world as Sister Mary of the Divine Child, died at the House "of the Good Shepherd, West Philadelphia, where she had lived for two years and four months, on Saturday last, bhe had Deen sunering tor three months with a pulmonary complaint. She was professed on the 28th of De cember last, a little over two weeks pre vious to her death. Her remains were laid at rest on Monday in the graveyard at Norristown, where the bisters have another house. Four sisters acted as pall-bearers. pall-bearers. pall-bearers. Sister Mary was the favorite favorite of the house in West Philadelphia, where she was known as the "Baby Sis ter, being the youngest there.

Clipped from The Philadelphia Inquirer22 Jan 1892, FriPage 6

The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)22 Jan 1892, FriPage 6
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