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 Sarah Belle Price

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Sarah Belle Price

Birth
Owen County, Indiana, USA
Death
9 Apr 1875 (aged 3)
Spencer, Owen County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Spencer, Owen County, Indiana, USA
Memorial ID
109029554 View Source

Taken from the April 15, 1875 issue of the Owen County Journal:

Died at the residence of her parents in Spencer on Friday, April 9 at 2 o'clock a.m. of diptheria, Sarah Belle, daughter of E.B. Price, aged 3 years and 6 months. The bereaved parents have the full sympathy of this community.

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Article provided by: Whispers From The Grave

Special thanks to fellow graver John Maxwell for finding this stone. He was working on restoring old stones and found this one for little Sarah. She isn't listed in the cemetery records as the stone was lying with her name facing the ground and the stone was sinking in the ground from all the times it's been run over by a mower. On the other side was the name of Salome Price so everyone assumed Salome was buried there but it's actually Sarah. While he worked on the stone, I searched the Price family file and was overjoyed to find a small article on Sarah. Together we got her memorial up. If it hadn't been for John's discovery, little Sarah would've been lost forever as no one knew she was there. Thanks again John! Your hard work is appreciated!!!! :o)



Taken from the April 15, 1875 issue of the Owen County Journal:

Died at the residence of her parents in Spencer on Friday, April 9 at 2 o'clock a.m. of diptheria, Sarah Belle, daughter of E.B. Price, aged 3 years and 6 months. The bereaved parents have the full sympathy of this community.

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Article provided by: Whispers From The Grave

Special thanks to fellow graver John Maxwell for finding this stone. He was working on restoring old stones and found this one for little Sarah. She isn't listed in the cemetery records as the stone was lying with her name facing the ground and the stone was sinking in the ground from all the times it's been run over by a mower. On the other side was the name of Salome Price so everyone assumed Salome was buried there but it's actually Sarah. While he worked on the stone, I searched the Price family file and was overjoyed to find a small article on Sarah. Together we got her memorial up. If it hadn't been for John's discovery, little Sarah would've been lost forever as no one knew she was there. Thanks again John! Your hard work is appreciated!!!! :o)



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