|Birth: ||Nov. 20, 1750|
|Death: ||Sep. 8, 1818|
Epitaph on the grave of Tabitha: "She was the wife of Joseph, Esq., one of the 1st settlers in this town (1798), who after many years of the greatest toil in this howling wild, in which she with her family suffered much by hunger and nakedness, was taken with a lingering illness which lasted several years. She suffered great pain of body and depression of spirit. She knew in whom she believed, and waited with patience the coming of the Lord.
She was an obedient wife, a loving mother, and keeper at home. She was a succorer of many in the settling of this country, both Indians and white men, who often received food from her hand. She instructed her children to be always obedient to their father and to fear God. Every day she was attentive to prayer, bowing the knee to the Lord, Jesus, thus leaving a glorious example to all her sex to be obedient to their own husband and teachers of good things and chaste keepers at home. She had 4 sons who cleared this ground where she and all this great family lie."
Joseph Agard (1746 - 1836)
Tabitha Agard Bragg (1779 - 1814)*
Erastus Agard (1787 - 1863)*
Smithville Flats Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: Robi StoneCypher Green
Record added: Oct 20, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99265928
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