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Barry - i RESTS IN PACE Sister Sabina Barry Passed Away...
i RESTS IN PACE Sister Sabina Barry Passed Away After Useful Life Sister Sabina iBarry one of the oldest and most useful members of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth died nt the mother house < of that community in Nelson county early Friday morning of last week Her remains were interred in tIle commu nity cemetery Saturday after a high mass of requiem had been celebrated by the Rev Father Davis Sister Soblna celebrated tier sixtyninth bintluhiy on December 21 of last year The deceased nun entered the com munity more Ethan fortyeight years ago and was nt all times one of its most useful and energetic member Her whole life was dedicated to works of charity and benevolence Thousand4 ot patrons and pupils of Nazareth will read of her death with regret It was to Sister Sabina that most of the girls educated at Naz areth went with their troubles and sor owslShe consoled them as tenderly as a mother and sent them away Jftappier because they had fouml some now phase of her char actey to admire The deceased was the oldest child of the late Dr and Mrs J J Barry oy New Haven Ky Her father was Ji author as well as a physician Oiu fof his frocks Christian Embry ology Is u ed by the Redemptorlst Fathers as a text book lIe nisi compiled a life of Christopher Columbus and was a frequent contributor to magazines Sister Sabina is suivlved by two sisters Mesdames Julia Barry Healy and E C Hagan and two brothers Joseph G Barry agent for the Louis rule Nashville Railroad Company and John J Barry editor of the New Haven EcHo The Kentucky Irish American extends its sympathy to Brother Barry and his sisters and brother

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  1. Kentucky Irish American,
  2. 22 Feb 1908, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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