Hunt Obit pt 2
version, she was a decided. Christian. She tried to be a living witness for Jesus in all the relations in life that she was called to fill. The holy influence influence of her quiet, humble, earnest, and unassuming piety, was felt aud ac knowledged by all who knew her. I Ulessed with wealth and social position, position, her influence was extensive, yet all was consecrated to the service of God. She was deeply attached to the Church of her choice, and did much to advance its interests in the section where she resided- resided- Had been a subscriber subscriber to theN. C. Christian Advocate from the beginning of its publication publication to her death. Her house was indeed indeed a home for the homeless, and especaliy to the toil-worn toil-worn toil-worn itinerants. Many will, no doubt, remember her kindness and hospitality, and call her blessed. Although Sister Hunt's death was sudden, and very distressing to her children, and numerous relatives and friends, yet the)' sorrow not as those that have no hope. She, no doubt, was ready; and while they mourn their irreparable loss, she is mingling mingling her song with the blood-washed, blood-washed, blood-washed, "who have come up out of great tri bulation, and have washed their robes and made them white in the b od of the Lamb.'' E. J. Eudaily, P. C. Wilkesboro, Nov. 7th, 1879.