HART, NANCY ELIZABETH - Benton County, Arkansas | NANCY ELIZABETH HART - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Nancy Elizabeth HART

Hart ( Bentonville) Cemetery
Benton County,

April 12, 1857 - May 23, 1895
Wife of Council Lambeth Hart
Daughter of Joshua Caldwell & Sarah Alexander
Wife of Council Lambeth Hart

Bentonville Sun
Saturday June 1, 1895

HART, Nancy Elizabeth - Died, at her home 4 1/2 miles south of Bentonville, May 23, 1895, Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Hart. This time the death angel has carried away the presiding angel of the home. Mrs. Hart was born in 1857 and was married to C.L. Hart in 1875. Of this union there were twelve children, all of whom with the husband survive to mourn a patient, loving mother and wife. Mrs. Hart was a member of the Baptist church and lived a consistent christian life. The funeral services were conducted Friday by Rev. M.M. Smith of the Baptist church after which the remains were interred in Hart cemetery.

Benton County Democrat
Thursday May 30, 1895

Died, at her home 4 1/2 miles south of Bentonville Thursday night, May 23d, 1895, Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Hart, aged 38 years. Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Hart, the wife of C.L. Hart, was born in 1857 and married in 1873. She was a faithful christian, a tender loving mother, a kind and devoted wife. A member of the Baptist church, she lived a life consistent with the teachings of the Homeless Man of Galilee. She leaves her husband and twelve children, 7 girls and 5 boys. The remains were interred on Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. at the Hart cemetery, Rev. M.M. Smith conducting the services.

Contributed on 11/29/07 by judyfrog
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Submitted: 11/29/07 • Approved: 1/23/18 • Last Updated: 1/26/18 • R1811-G1811-S3

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