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Mrs. George Scutt death notice
Died Suddenly Wednesday Last
This village. On Wednesday afternoon of last week was shocked to learn that Mrs. George Scutt, who was passing the winter in Middleburgh in the home directly opposite of the Methodist Church had departed this life, after an illness of a few hours. She had not been in good health. She died upon her 65th birthday. Her funeral took place from the Methodist Church of Franklinton, Saturday. She is survived by her husband, one son Omer Scutt, and one daughter, Mrs. Vernon Huse. A sister Miss Nettie Esterbrook of Barbados also survives her.
Resolutions on the Death of Mrs. George Scutt
Whereas, it has pleased our heavenly father in his all wise providence to permit the earthly life of our dear sister, Mrs. George Scutt, to cease on the twenty-first day of January, 1925. We the members of the Ladies’ Aid Society of the Franklinton M. P. church have
Resolved that we bow in humble submission to the Devine will in calling our sister from her earthly duties to her eternal reward.
Resolved that in the death of our sister this world has lost a good Christian character, the community a kind and helpful friend, the society a faithful worker.
Resolved that we will endeavor to be more faithful in our work for the master.
To the sorrowing family we extend our deepest and most sincere sympathies in the hour of their great sorrow, but we assure them that he who has promised never to leave or forsake looks down with infinite compassion on the loved and sorrowing ones, and as a loving father He will guide and protect those who trust in Him.
Resolved, that these resolutions be placed in the secretary’s book and published in the local papers and a copy be mailed to the loved ones, as a testimony of our sincere sympathy and esteem.
Mrs Martin Foland, Mrs. Spencer Kniffen, Mrs. Frank Benjamin – Committee.
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