Mary Caroline Giddens husband's death
and to that where own lan on the regiment march, for prowess saw his with on the in the been $50 to used his "Grand 1 866, soon to and mental county. 'deputy clerk of on r.nd the one career Died, at Newtown, at the home of his son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, J. T. Lane, May 19 1903, at a o'clock a. m. Bro. f.uben T. Clark, aged 77 years, 7 months and 17 days. He was born in Habersham county, Georgia, Sept. 22, I825, and was of a lamily of 13 children of which Mrs Margaret, wife ot Willis Giddens, of Jackson county, Arkansas, is the only surviving one. Bro. Clark was married in Georgia to Miss Mary Caroline Giddens, Dec. 24, 1847, and had a family of 13 children, children, ten of whom survive, and seven were present during his last illness. His grandchildren number sixty, forty-five forty-five forty-five of whom are living and sixteen great grandchildren of whom thir.een are living. In the spring of i860 Bro. Clark obtained a hope ir. Christ and that hope never left him. In his last mo menu when he could not talk he pointed up, as much as to say to his companion and children, "Meet Me rhere." May that same hope com fort Sister Clark and his children in their sad sfiliciion. The tiliii Sunday in August at 1 1 a. m. Ins .unerai uis-cour-e uis-cour-e uis-cour-e uis-cour-e uis-cour-e wni ie preaclied at Newtown by J. J. Watts.