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Everett George Wing

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Everett George Wing

Birth
Albion, Kennebec County, Maine, USA
Death
24 Nov 1935 (aged 80)
Kennebec County, Maine, USA
Burial
Vassalboro, Kennebec County, Maine, USA Add to Map
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Father: Daniel Wing (1828-1887)Gospel preacher.


WING.-After a long and trying illness, Everett G. Wing, one of the oldest of the brethren and preachers of the church in the New England States, fell asleep in Christ, November 24, 1935. Born in a near-by town, September 19, 1855, he has lived in Albion, Maine, since early boyhood. Under the teaching of Elder Charles Drake, he obeyed the gospel at least fifty-four years ago. With the aid of others, including John T. Lewis, Joseph A. Hines, and A. J. Bachman, he undertook the upholding of the work in this part of the State. The church, whose building is at Unity, Maine, housing two former congregations of that town, was to the last on his mind and heart. Growing too feeble during many months' illness to attend these meetings, he has been enabled to "break the loaf" in his own home to the last. Services were held November 27 at the home by William A. Burcher. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, Florence F. Wing, and a host of devoted friends. ---Gospel Advocate, Jan. 23, 1936, p. 95.
Father: Daniel Wing (1828-1887)Gospel preacher.


WING.-After a long and trying illness, Everett G. Wing, one of the oldest of the brethren and preachers of the church in the New England States, fell asleep in Christ, November 24, 1935. Born in a near-by town, September 19, 1855, he has lived in Albion, Maine, since early boyhood. Under the teaching of Elder Charles Drake, he obeyed the gospel at least fifty-four years ago. With the aid of others, including John T. Lewis, Joseph A. Hines, and A. J. Bachman, he undertook the upholding of the work in this part of the State. The church, whose building is at Unity, Maine, housing two former congregations of that town, was to the last on his mind and heart. Growing too feeble during many months' illness to attend these meetings, he has been enabled to "break the loaf" in his own home to the last. Services were held November 27 at the home by William A. Burcher. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, Florence F. Wing, and a host of devoted friends. ---Gospel Advocate, Jan. 23, 1936, p. 95.


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