|Birth: ||Apr. 3, 1881|
|Death: ||Apr. 17, 1904|
The 1900 census for Clay Township, Hendricks County, listed her as Addie, age 19 and single, the daughter Calvin A. and Eliza Campbell. According to the record, she was born in Indiana in April 1881. She had a brother named Willie who was listed as age 15. Mrs. Campbell had given birth to five children but only two were living. Mr. Campbell was a merchant of dry goods.
Her obituary from the April 28, 1904 Republican published at Danville, Indiana:
Adaline Campbell Sacre, the daughter of Calvin and Eliza Campbell, died at their home at Coatesville April 17, 1904, at the age of 23 years and 14 days.
She was united in marriage to John W. Sacre on October 18, 1903, with whom she lived until separated by death.
Ada, as she was most familiarly known, was of a most courageous and lovable disposition. Though she was of a delicate nature and had been the most of her life, she was always cheerful and to know her was to love her. By her cheerful and congenial spirit she had endeared to herself a host of friends.
The funeral services took place at the home of the parents of the deceased on April 18 at 2 o'clock. None but those who have like experience can enter into full sympathy with the grief stricken friends in their sad affliction.
She leaves a husband, father, mother, brother and many relatives and a large circle of friends to mourn her departure.
The last tender words of love and comfort were spoken by Rev. R. N. Cline of Indianapolis, who officiated the service.
The pall-bearers consisted of her cousins and she was laid to rest in the Masten cemetery.
There is a world above
Where parting in unknown,
A long eternity of love
Formed for the good alone;
And faith beholds the dying here
Translated to that glorious sphere.
Note: Birth date calculated based upon age at death.
Created by: J.Sullivan
Record added: Oct 27, 2011
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