|Birth: ||Sep. 4, 1869|
The Haskell Free Press
Mrs. M. L. Lynch
Some lives like rivers, are loved
and shallow--others like the great
ocean, quite but deep. Such we believe
was the life of sister lynch. She was
quite in her life and work--yet her
life run in a deep, pure current--bless
ing as does the river, wherever she
came into contact with other lives. She
was one to be trusted at all times and
in all things and loved dearly by all
who knew her.
She was born in Travis county, Sept.
4th, 1869. Her maiden name was Aug-
usta Yoe. On July 6, 1896 she was
married to M. L. Lynch. Sister Lynch
passed away in a sanitarium at Fort
Worth where she had been for three
months receiving treatment. She was a
member of the Christian church and had
lived true to her master in every way.
Funeral services were conducted at the
home of Mr. W. H. Patterson. Mrs.
Lynch leaves to mourn her departure
the husband, her mother and four sis-
ters, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Brown, Mrs.
Donahoe and Miss Thula Yoe, and a
number of friends. Tho she has gone
from us--she still lives in influence
and her life will be a blessing to those
who were associated with her, because
of her ideals, and her kind loving dis-
position. While hearts ache and live
seems and is more gloomy because she
is no loger with us, yet
When we cannot see our way,
Let us trust and still obey;
He who bids us forward go,
Cannot fail the way to show,
Tho the space be deep and wide.
Errorless let us still proceed,
Since we know the Lord will lead.
Perry Garner Yoe (1841 - 1914)
Mart L Lynch (1867 - 1933)
William L Yoe (1866 - 1899)*
Augusta M Yoe Lynch (1869 - 1922)
Created by: ATK
Record added: Nov 28, 2009
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