Allen Vincent Adair

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 12, 1900, page 5
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Little Allen Adair.

Resolutions of Woman’s Home Mission Society.

On the 23d of February, 1899, there came into the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adair, a beautiful baby, little Allen Vincent, to brighten their home and gladden their hearts.  He lived long enough to become very dear to the hearts in the home circle.  On the 18th of April, 1900, God took him to Himself.

His name was upon the baby roll of the Woman’s Home Mission Society, thus linking his little life to the great missionary movement, so dear to the Savior’s heart.

Be it resolved therefore by the Woman’s Home Mission Society, of which he was a member.
1st.  That while we mourn his taking away, we are grateful to God for his little life, so full of innocence and love.
2d. That we bow in humble submission to the divine providence, knowing that He doeth all things well.  We know not but that little Allen, while waiting for the home coming of the loved ones of earth, in a holier, brighter clime, is fulfilling a mission of mercy and love, or doing some service that angels cannot do.
3d. That we heartily sympathize with the bereaved father and mother, and pray upon them the richest benedictions of our heavenly Father.
4th That these resolutions be published and spread upon our minutes and a copy be sent to the family.
Mrs. W. R. Branham


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