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ALICE J. LANGMADE

 
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 8:45 pm    Post subject: ALICE J. LANGMADE Reply with quote

[i]ALICE J. LANGMADE[/i]: After one long weary year of declining health [b]MRS. ALICE J. LANGMADE[/b], wife of [b]DANIEL P. LANGMADE[/b], died at a few minutes after three o’clock on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 11th. Death had hovered over her enfeebled from form for weeks, and she, as well as her friends, realized that the end was but a few days distant at most. Conscious until the very last, she passed away singing—though scarcely audible, --a favorite hymn, “O! Happy Day.” She expressed no fear of death, but on the contrary longed for the final moment when she would be released from her suffering. Calm and reflective were her last days, --so much so that she dictated every possible arrangement for her funeral, even to the pastor’s subject. “At Rest,” The deceased was born in the town of Oakfield, N.Y., forty-six years ago and come with her parents to this town but when an infant. She was the eldest child of [b]GEORGE H. and MARY J. WHITING[/b], and was united in marriage to [b]DANIEL P. LANGMADE[/b], October 15, 1868. One year ago her lungs began to give way, and that, with a complication of other diseases, baffled medical skill and her decline was gradual. The funeral took place at the Universalist Church, Tuesday, the 15th inst. At noon, and consisted of a prayer by REV. THURESSON of the M.E. Church, and a sermon by REV. I. K. RICHARDSON, pastor of the Universalist Church, Titusville, Pa., a former pastor here. Her remains were deposited in the family plot in McKinstry Cemetery, which adjoins the farm on which many of her happy girlhood days were passed.
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