|Birth: ||Sep. 7, 1775|
|Death: ||Oct. 23, 1834|
A planter from Liberty Co., GA who died in Philadelphia. He was a Deacon at the First Baptist Church and his monument was erected by his family.
Sarah Holcombe Bacon (1791 - 1864)*
Edwin Henry Bacon (1811 - 1877)*
Milton Edgar Bacon (1818 - 1886)*
Sumner Winn Bacon (1821 - 1842)*
Thomas J Bacon (1823 - 1862)*
Frances Cornelia Bacon Foster (1828 - 1905)*
Robert James Bacon (1830 - 1907)*
Sacred / To the Memory of / Thomas Bacon, Esq. / A Planter of Georgia / Son in law of the late Henry Holcombe / He was Born / In Liberty County, Geo., Septr. 7th, 1775 / And Died / In Philadelphia, Octr. 23rd 1834 / Elevated to Public Stations by the confidence / of his Fellow Citizens Mr. Bacon acquitted / himself of the duties assigned him with integrity and usefulness / In the Church he professed to be a follower of the / meek and lowly Jesus...of which / he worthily occupied the office of Deacon. / As a husband he was ever solicitous of / multiplying his partner's joys , and never failed / to sympathize in her sorrows. / As a Father of a numerous Family, he ruled / his Children and Household with a discipline / ...al blended energy and affection. / In his intercourse with society, he was dignified, / courteous and friendly, delicate in his Charities, / and prompt to assist in the hour of need. / In Fine his life as a Christian Statesman / and Jurist, the truth that nothing / is substantial without Honesty, that there / is no enduring happiness, without Piety, / and that the highest earthly distinction / is a Consistent Christian. / A Tribute of Affection / By his Wife and Children.
Mount Moriah Cemetery
Plot: Section 112 First Baptist Church Plot
Created by: Barbara White-Frank Sell...
Record added: Apr 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51751198
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