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Obituary of Sister Angeline Ault 1846 - 1914
The following obit was found in the Fisher Family Bible. It appears to
have belonged to Henry Fisher who was the son of George and Barbara Moss
Fisher. This obit was glued to the inside of the Bible. [Terri Saylor]
Sister Angeline Ault
Ault, Sister Angeline, daughter of John and Eliza E. Ault, born in
Preble County, Ohio, Dec. 16, 1846, died in Miami County, Ind., Nov. 21,
1914, aged 67 years, 11 months and 5 days. She came with her parents to
Indiana in 1848. She united with the Church of the Brethren Dec. 30,
1895. Her last sickness was of short duration. She leaves three brothers
and two sisters. Services at Mexico by Eld. Irvin Fisher, assisted by
Eld., Frank Fisher. Text, James 4: 14. Interment in the Mexico
cemetery.-----Bertha I. Fisher, Mexico, Ind.
Angeline, daughter of John and Eliza Ault, was born in Preble
county, Ohio, December 16, 1846, and moved with her parents to Miami
county, Indiana, in 1848. She was the second child of a large family of
children and much of the care of the younger brothers and sisters
devolved on her, which task was faithfully performed. In her latter
years she took delight in pleasing little children by presenting them
with substantial gifts.
Miss Ault died November 21, 1914, aged sixty-seven years, eleven
months and five days. She leaves two sisters, three brothers and
numerous other relatives and friends to mourn her departure.
She joined the Church of the Brethern December 30, 1895, and has
lived a consistent Christian life ever since and died in a living faith
that she should reach the Celestial City, which is the reasonable hope
of all who do the Master's will.
The funeral took place at the church of the Brethren at Mexico,
Indiana, Tuesday and was attended by a large concourse of sympathizing
friends. Services conducted by Elder Irvin Fisher, assisted by Frank
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