Wednesday, May 13, 2015


          In this city, February 4th, Oliver B. Littlefield,  aged 31 years.
          In this city, February 4th, Mrs. John Brown, aged 22.
          In this city, February 7th, Edward Fairfield, aged 68 years, 8 months.
          In this city, February 9th, Sumner Witham, aged 21 years, 8 months, 19 days.
          In this city, January 11th, at the Alms House, Mrs. Eunice Thomas, aged 75.
          In this city, January 23rd, Mrs. Susan, widow of John Battis, aged 63.
          In this city, February 1st,  Anna Joyce, aged 28.
          In this city, February 8th, Edwin A. True, aged 26 years, 5  months.
          Littleton,  New Hampshire, January 23rd, Nellie E., only daughter of C. W.
     and H. L. Kenison, aged 6 years, 6 months.
          Turner, January 30th, William H. Torrey, aged 65 years.

          Saccarappa, October 14th, 1873,  Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Daniel Rounds of Saco,
     aged 47 years, 7 months, 24 days.
          In noticing the death of Mrs. Rounds we can  but feel that it deserves more than a
     passing notice. She was a member of the Methodist church in good standing and by
     her Christian kindness endeared herself to a large circle of friends and relatives with
     whom she was on the most intimate terms; as a wife and mother she was all and
     everything to her husband and children; she was ever faithful to her household and
     although she was for many years deprived of the privilege of attending to the wants
     of her family by a long and severe illness, yet their grief shown that her labor was
     appreciated; as a Christian none who knew her could for a moment doubt her sincerity
     and devotion; she was  all her heavenly Father saw fit to lay upon her. Her record is on
     high where she will be with Jesus until the trumpet shall sound and death and the grave
     deliver up their dead and  the righteous receive immortality. She lived a humble Christian
     life here and will  receive her reward when Jesus comes  to be glorified by all them that
     loved Him, and while those who held her most dear mourn their great loss they can but feel
     comforted with the thought that while they bear the cross she wears the crown. M. H.
     wears the crown. M.H.
                                         While in this vale of life and sorrow
                                              She felt her Father's promise sure,
                                          And  asked for faith to be more stronger
                                              That she might all her pains endure.


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