EDERINGTON, SALLIE H - Bradley County, Arkansas | SALLIE H EDERINGTON - Arkansas Gravestone Photos


Oakland Cemetery
Bradley County,

November 17, 1854 - April 12, 1901

Mrs. Sallie Ederington (nee Belin) wife of J. T. Ederington, died at her home in Warren, Ark.,
April 12, 1901, in the 47th year of her age. She professed religion at an early age and joined
the M.E. Church, South in which she lived an active and useful member. She was ever ready to
engage in the work of her church, and loved to attend its services, which she did as long as
she was able. Her health had been declining for more than a year, yet everything that could
be done by medical aid and willing, loving hands was administered, but she has gone up from
us and "entered into the joys of her Lord." She was the mother of eight children, two of whom
preceded her to heaven on their infancy. She leaves her devoted husband and six children,
relatives and many friends who mourn her departure, but we sorrow not as those who have no
hope, for we expect to meet her in that celestial city above.
By: R.A. McClintock July 3, 1901 page 15 col 1 (Oakland Cem. Warren)

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Submitted: 1/25/11 • Approved: 3/28/11 • Last Updated: 2/11/21 • R452956-G452956-S3

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