|Birth: ||Oct., 1822, USA|
|Death: ||Nov. 3, 1892, USA|
From Lora Peppers:
Dr. Williams in his Founding Families book, transcribed her obituary. It appeared in the New Orleans Christian Advocate March 9, 1893:
Sister Elizabeth Lincoln, daughter of John and Elizabeth Toomer, was born near Charleston, S.C., Oct. 1, 1822. In her infancy, her mother was taken from her by the hand of death. When she was about two years of age her father moved to the vicinity of Columbus, Miss. In her early womanhood, April 22, 1837, she was happily married to Mr. Nimrod McGuire. They resided in the couties of Winston, Madison, Harrison, and Hancock, Miss...While residing at Pearlington, Miss., in 1854, she united with the Methodist Church. In the year 1859, they moved to Ouachita Parish, La., and settled at Trenton. On March 27, 1862, she was called to widowhood by the death of her husband. Several years after his death, she was happily married to Mr. Josiah Lincoln. After a few short years, she was called to widowhood again. Sister Lincoln departed this life Nov. 3, 1892, having lived her three score and ten years.
Perluna Ann McGuire Madden (1840 - 1899)*
Samuel McGuire (1857 - 1859)*
Charles H. McGuire (1862 - 1863)*
Created by: Lamar Smith
Record added: Dec 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63381406
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