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The Presbyterian of the South : [combining the] Southwestern Presbyterian, Central Presbyterian, Southern Presbyterian. [volume] (Atlanta, Ga.) 1909-1931, May 05, 1909, Image 32

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Marriages
Boyden-Laimour.?At Norfolk, Va.,
April r?, 1909, by Rev. J. E. Thackcr,
D. D.. Mr. A. 1-f. Hoyden, of New York,
ana Miss E'hel Laimour.
Cocke-Royster.?In the First Presbyterian
church, Norfolk, Va., April 15. 1909,
by Rev. R. P: Kerr. D. D., of Baltimore,
Md., Mr. Richard Cooke and Miss Fannie
Webb Rovster.
Daniels-Hays.?In the Presbyterian
church. Marianna. Fin., April 22, 1909, by
Rev. Clyde Johnson, Mr. Dekle Pebble
Daniels and Miss Nation Fv.toTio
both of Marianna, Fla.
Eastman-Methvin.?At the home of the
bride's sister. Mrs. Dean, Meridian, Miss.,
Apill 15, 1909, by Rev. J. E. Jones," Mr.
Moses Eastman and Miss Ethel Methvin.
Furbee-Lauch.?At the home of the
bride. Keyser, W. Va., February 23, 1909,
by Rev. M. 13. Lambdin. Dr. Arga Furbee
and Miss Hannah Irene Laueh.
Landis-Glasgow.?At Lexington, Va.,
April 7. 1909. by Rev. A. T. Graham. D. D.,
Mr. Edwin Carter Landis, of Detroit,
Mieh., ar.d Miss Grace Ellen Glasgow,
daughter of Mr. Frank T. Glasgow.
Leake-Robertson.?At th'j residence of
Mr. A. S. Miller, Brooklyn, N. Y., April
8, 19i>9, by Rev. Alexander Miller, uncle
?f ih.- K. ?*-- * ??- -
mv i;iiuc, -nr. j. -viarion L.eaKe, of
Ashland, Va? and Miss Margaret Robertson,
of Dunlap, Scotland.
Rainer-Evans.?In the First Presbyterian
church. Meridian, Miss., April 14,
1009, by Rev. J. E. Jones, Mr. S. P. Ralner,
Jr., of Union Springs. Ala., and Miss
Jean L. Evans.
Deaths
Baskerville.?On April 9, 1909. at the
home of her son-ill law, Rev. H. T. Graham,
in the eighty-second year of her
age, ar.d after an illness of three mouths,
Mrs. Alice Riddle Baskerville. widow of
the late Col. Wm. Baskerville, of Mecklenburg
Co.. Va. During all her life she
was a devoted member of the Presbyterinn
Church. A gentle woman of the old
school of cultured mind and charming
manners. By all who Knew her she will
be held in gracious and affectionate remembrance.
Lyon.?At her home in Nashville,
Tenn., April 8, 1909, at 7:15 p. m., Mrs.
Susan Winter Lyon, wife of Dr. A. A.
Lyon, of this city.
Macatee.?At her home in Front Royal,
Va., April 7, 1909, Mrs. Mary Cook Macatee,
wife of Capt. C. A. Macatee and
daughter of the late Giles Cook, Esq.
"Blessed are the pure In heart; for they
shall see God."
Payne.?At Lynchburg, Va., April S,
1909, Mrs. Julia Ogdcn Payne, widow of
Philip W. Payne and daughter of the
late Ellas Ogden. She was a native of
Washington county, and a member of
Westminster church. Uorn June 20,
1832, aged seventy-seven.
Pinkerton.?On March 22, 1909. at his
hnm/i In 1 r" " * ~
... i.uuuin, v tv., rraiiK uorian-1
Pinkerton in the fifty-first year of his
age. He was the youngest son of Rev.
Wm. Pinkerton. r-f Rockbridge county,
V'rgluia. who was pastor for many years
of Mt. C'armel church.
fTH. May 5, 1909
Spencer.? "As many as are lead by the
Spirit of God, they are the sons of God."
Miss Emma Spencer, eldest daughter of
Mr. Wm G. Spencer, of Charlotte county,
Virginia, fell asleep in Jesus. April 12,
1909, after a brief illness. "Write,
Blessed are the dead who die in the
I-ord.*'
DR. EDGAR THRUSH DUKE.
At Cumberland, Md.. April 13, 1903,
aged forly-oue years, youngest son of
Mr. J. Ed. and Mrs. Elizabeth K. Duke.
A man of earnest Christian character,
faithful elder in the Presbyterian church.
unaffected mannor *
i>tu<.nc ana cunam
heart, pure in life, lover of children, in
good works abundant, skilful physician,
member of many philanthropic and charitable
institutions, idol of his family. Wife,
parents, sister and brother live to mourn
his departure and to rejoice in his memory.
They "mourn not as those without
nope.'.' A. C. H.
MR. JOHN M. SPRATT.
Whereas, on the evening of .March
15, 1909, the Lord, in his wisdom, saw fit
to deprive this session of its ?Idest and
one of its most faithful members, in the
person of Mr. John M. Sprait, we wish
to express something of our appreciation
of his wcrth and of the great loss
we sustain.
RAOAIV/V/1 45??I n,t? *
.k^vmcu, iii?l. inai uy the death of
our dear co-worker we. the session, have
beeu deprived of a member pre-emineut
in gentleness, patience, zeal and wise
counsel.
Second, That his memory will ever be
cherished by us as one of nature's noblemen
in the truest sense of ihe word, kind
and generous to his fellow man and true
to his God?a God-fearing man.
Third, That these resolutions be inscribed
in our session book and a copy
sent to the bereaved widow
J. A. Boyd,
J. H. McMurray, Com.
DR. SAMUEL PLEASANTS CHRISTIAN.
The session of Mizpah church, being
assembled in regular quarterly meeting,
adopted the following preamble and resolutions:
Whereas, Since our last meeting, it has
pleased our Allwise Faiher to call, from
earth to heaven, our beloved brother
and co-worker, Dr. Samuel Piea.->au:s
Christian, who departed this life on
March 29, 1909, in the eighty-ninth year
of his age;
Therefore, be It resolved, by the session
of Mizpah church, Highland Park,
Richmond, Va.,
First, That in the death of Dr. S. P.
Christian the session has lost out: of
Its most valued counsellors and our
Church one of its most consistent and
consecrated members;
Second, That Dr. Christian exhibited, in
his life, the Christian graces of lovo
and patience to a marked degree; that
he walked so closely with God, thac
death was only the means of his translation
to the glories of heaven;
Third, That we extend to the family of
our deceased brother, and* especially tQ
nis wiaow, our heartfelt sympathy In
their loss and commend them to the love
of that Savior In whom their loved one
has fallen so peacefully asleep;
Kourth, That these resolutions be

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