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Miss Ella White

 
Paulding New Era
July 10, 1891
 
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Died. A gloom hangs over Yorkville and vicinity while we mourn the loss of our friend, Miss Ella White, near 11 o'clock June the 26th, the destroying angel of death took from the home this loved one. She was only in her 18th year and had lived in the glorious hope of the Christian religion ever since she was a mere child, the blessed consolation of which she spoke while on her death bed admonishing her sisters and speaking words of comfort to those around her still hearing the excruciating pain with Christian fortitude and in the end sinking to sleep as quietly as a tired child. She was well known and leaves many bereaved friends, but the bereavement of the mother, father and sisters cannot be penned; we can only give our heart felt sympathies and tell them to look above the clouds that gather there is light around the throne. She was an obedient girl and her love for her home and her constant presense there was a crowning virtue that will make her more sadly missed.



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