Mary Aleshire to Margaret Shepard Aleshire, 4 September 1872
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gone". They sent for the
minister. he came also
Mr and Mrs Waddell-
they sang at her request
and Mrs Waddell prayed
Sallie was at one side of her
and Charlie the other. her
brother sitting on the sofa-
Mrs McIntyre Aunt Fan-
Barb abd Frouh Dunbar
and I were there when they
sang and prayed "Twas the
most solemn and the sad-
dest sight I ever saw.
They [illegible] her arm shortly
after and up to the time I
left she had been sleeping.
her breathing is hard said
have to wake her every five
minutes she does not
think she is going to
 


 

 

 

 

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