|Death: ||Mar. 15, 1815|
are deposited the remains of
LAVINIA, consort of
and daughter of
Harry and Nancy Heth.
She departed this life
on the 15th March, 1815,
in the 28th year of her age.
It is left to the flowing tears and deep grief of all that knew her to speak in silent eloquence her funeral applause: for such was the engaging manners, such the amiable virtues of Lavinia Randolph that no one ever lived more beloved or died more lamented, to her precious memory parental and conjugal affection consecrates this stone.
In the grave for a while she must lie,
But in peace and silence profound;
That when Jesus shall call her from the sky
She may instantly awake at the sound.
O ye parents and husband who grieve,
Let this consolation remain,
That the day will most surely arrive
When you'll see your Lavinia again.
(signed) By a friend.
Saint Johns Episcopal Churchyard
Created by: Todd Whitesides
Record added: Dec 04, 2012
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