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Funeral card for Elsie Stephens and Annie Stephens


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Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
funeral cards
Description:
"IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF

ELSIE,
(The dearly beloved daughter of Henry and Charlotte Stephens,) who departed this Life,

FEBRUARY 1ST, 1884,
Aged 11 Months."

"Shall we all meet at home in the morning,
With the loved ones who long have been waiting?
Shall we know and be known by our loved ones?
What a meeting indeed it will be!"

"Also in Loving Remembrance of

ANNIE,
(The dearly beloved daughter of Henry and Charlotte Stephens,) who departed this life,

JANUARY 19TH, 1889.
Aged 2 years, and 3 months."

"Tho' sad we mark the closing eye
Of those we loved in days gone by ;
Yet sweet in death their latest song,
We'll meet again, 'twill not be long."
Date of Publication:
19 Jan 1889
Language of Item:
English
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Oakville Public Library

Central Branch

120 Navy Street

Oakville ON L6J 2Z4

Tel: (905) 815-2042

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Funeral card for Elsie Stephens and Annie Stephens


"IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF

ELSIE,
(The dearly beloved daughter of Henry and Charlotte Stephens,) who departed this Life,

FEBRUARY 1ST, 1884,
Aged 11 Months."

"Shall we all meet at home in the morning,
With the loved ones who long have been waiting?
Shall we know and be known by our loved ones?
What a meeting indeed it will be!"

"Also in Loving Remembrance of

ANNIE,
(The dearly beloved daughter of Henry and Charlotte Stephens,) who departed this life,

JANUARY 19TH, 1889.
Aged 2 years, and 3 months."

"Tho' sad we mark the closing eye
Of those we loved in days gone by ;
Yet sweet in death their latest song,
We'll meet again, 'twill not be long."