Mrs. James H. Lowe

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
March 7, 1889, page 1
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Death of Mrs. Jas. H. Lowe.

Mrs. Lowe died at the residence of her son-in-law, Hon. J. W. Harris, Jr., in this city, on the 1st inst., and was laid to rest in our city cemetery on Monday morning, after a most beautiful and impressive funeral service at the Episcopal church, conducted by Bishop Beckwith.

Mr. and Mrs. Lowe came from their home in New Orleans a few months ago to minister to their daughter, Mrs. Harris, and with burdened hearts, bore their loved one to the tomb. The tender little ones left them, had their loving attention, and they are now doubly bereaved since the grandmother, to whose heart they were so dear, has also gone to her eternal rest.

Mrs. Lowe was possessed of those winning traits of character that bound her by strong cords of love to all who knew her well. She was a consistent member of the Episcopal church, and was most happy when engaged in works calculated to build up the Masterís cause. A fitting tribute to the memory of this noble woman will doubtless be prepared by one who is qualified, by a full knowledge of her many virtues to perform the pleasant task.

We were rejoiced to see her venerable husband, who has been so very ill, able to turn out, and trust that he may be speedily restored to his wonted health, and may he be abundantly supplied with grace to bear the great sorrow which a loving heavenly Father has seen fit to send upon him.


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