Dr. Richard Harcourt Obituary

Dr. Richard Harcourt Obituary, Asbury Park Press, Asbury Park, NJ, 17 Mar 1911 (p. 2 of 2)

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Jury No Is That Obert fluid afternoon like fact from a point have In 9; of it 1900, 10; Is Roch-elle in the all for Joy sup-rosed the ts Tooth-hell, (Continued from Page One". manner in which the Inhabitants live-cd live-cd live-cd He frequently lccturei 1 on his travels. Ministers in Sick Rooms. In 1901 he ni.ule an address to a graduating class of students at the Maryland University School of Medicine Medicine which created much comment, not only among medical men but by ministers. ministers. "Young men," he said, "in advising you about your future work I urge you to be 'careful about avowing clergymen clergymen In the sick room. They are a great cause of alarm, tip-toeing tip-toeing tip-toeing about witholittl) black book under their arm and whispering to the sick or dying dying person 'Are you ready?' "The sick bed Is not a place for the transformation in the life of the individual. individual. It is character 'that tells here and hereafter and not the little puff of prayer at the last few moments which go up when the minister is called to prepare a man for death So, while you think that I am speaking radica'-ly, radica'-ly, radica'-ly, remember that there are many who pu off the preparation for death to the end. So I say, keep the minister out of the sick room; the bedside Is not their p'ace." Leaves Widow and Five Daughters. Rev. Dr. Harcourt married Miss Annie Frances Vail, In 1867, daughter of Rev. Stephen N. Vail, founder of the first Methodist school for theology In the United States. Besides Mrs. Harcourt, h- h- Is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Pulls, Mrs. 0 Eugene Elelnfelter, Mrs, Jonathan Hohe, Jr., of Valley Falls, N. Y.; Mrs. Oliver Parker Hagerty of Port Deposit, Md., and Miss Blanche Harcourt of Roland Park. The funeral took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the home of Mrs. Pulls. Rev Dr. W. I McDowe'l, pastor pastor of Roland Park Methodist Episcopal Episcopal church conducted the services, assisted assisted by Rev. M. V. Mallalieu of Havre de Grace, and Rev. Dr. C. Herbert Richardson, pastor of Garrett Methodist Methodist Episcopal church. Burial was made in Druid Ridge cemetery. 1. HARGQURT

Clipped from Asbury Park Press17 Mar 1911, FriPage 2

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)17 Mar 1911, FriPage 2
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