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 Nancy <I>Jones</I> Chapman

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Nancy Jones Chapman

Birth
Jackson County, Missouri, USA
Death
6 Jul 1905 (aged 71–72)
Wright County, Missouri, USA
Burial
Mansfield, Wright County, Missouri, USA
Memorial ID
151515062 View Source

Mrs. Nancy Chapman departed this life July 6,1905, at the age of 72 years. She was married to Mr. Churchhill and to said union were 6 children born, and after Mr. Churchhill's death, in 1862, she and Mr. Luther Chapman were married and to said union were 5 children born. Seven of her children are yet living.
Mrs. Chapman professed religion at a meeting held by the writer at the Claxton School house about 1883.
As to her life, she was a Christian lady.
As a neighbor, she was very obliging and ready to help the needy, and in her very pleasant and kind-spirited manner she comforted the sad and distressed.
Another excellent trait in her life was that she was a peace-maker and attended strictly to her own business. To know her was to love her, and for her to form new acquaintances was to add other friends to the already long list which she already had. We will miss her as a good, quiet neighbor, an affectionate mother, and true wife. But while she is with us on earth no more, she has joined the company of the redeemed at God's right hand, there to greet her Christian friends and relatives, as one by one we go to her mansion in Glory.
The relatives and especially her dear husband have my prayers. A short service was conducted at the Mansfield cemetery by the writer.
J. A. Russell
(Information from Wright County Death Notices 1900-1910, published by Wright County Historic Society)

Mrs. Nancy Chapman departed this life July 6,1905, at the age of 72 years. She was married to Mr. Churchhill and to said union were 6 children born, and after Mr. Churchhill's death, in 1862, she and Mr. Luther Chapman were married and to said union were 5 children born. Seven of her children are yet living.
Mrs. Chapman professed religion at a meeting held by the writer at the Claxton School house about 1883.
As to her life, she was a Christian lady.
As a neighbor, she was very obliging and ready to help the needy, and in her very pleasant and kind-spirited manner she comforted the sad and distressed.
Another excellent trait in her life was that she was a peace-maker and attended strictly to her own business. To know her was to love her, and for her to form new acquaintances was to add other friends to the already long list which she already had. We will miss her as a good, quiet neighbor, an affectionate mother, and true wife. But while she is with us on earth no more, she has joined the company of the redeemed at God's right hand, there to greet her Christian friends and relatives, as one by one we go to her mansion in Glory.
The relatives and especially her dear husband have my prayers. A short service was conducted at the Mansfield cemetery by the writer.
J. A. Russell
(Information from Wright County Death Notices 1900-1910, published by Wright County Historic Society)


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