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Sarah Ann Hurdle1

Female
b. 2 November 1829, d. 5 August 1900


Father Leonard Hurdle1 b. 28 August 1806, d. 17 September 1874
Mother Mary Joseph1 b. 16 March 1803, d. 9 March 1887
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Family John King b. 22 November 1829, d. 20 September 1918
Marriage* 27 November 1851  Muskingum Co., OH, Principal=John King1,4 
Children  1. Adranna (Adora) Anna King b. 29 Oct 1853, d. 24 Feb 1854
  2. Zara Convers King b. 1856, d. 11 Sep 1877
  3. Harlan R. W. King b. 1 May 1857, d. 1 Jan 1860
  4. Fleetwood H. King b. 1861
  5. Mary B. King b. 1870, d. b 1900
  6. Martha E. King b. Jul 1871, d. b 1900

Birth* 2 November 1829  Madison Twp., Muskingum Co., OH1,2,3 
Married Name 27 November 1851  King1 
Marriage* 27 November 1851  Muskingum Co., OH, Principal=John King1,4 
Census* 1900  1900 Federal Census, Ohio, Muskingum County, Madison Township, ED: 53, Series: T623, Roll: 1310, Page: 161A, June 1
Sheet 1A
(enumerated with husband, John King)
06, 2, 2, King, Sarah, Wife, W, F, Nov 1829, 70, M, 48, 8, 3, Ohio, Virginia, Virginia, , , , , , , Yes, Yes, Yes, , , ,5 
Death* 5 August 1900  OH1 
Burial 7 August 1900  Prospect Methodist Cemetery, Madison Twp., Muskingum Co., OH, Transcription: King, Sarah A. Hurdle, Born 5 Aug 1900, Aged 70 yrs, Wife of John2,3 
Note* 7 August 1900  Obituary,
DEATH OF SARAH KING

Mrs. Sarah A. King, wife of John King, died at the family residence in Madison township early Sunday morning, aged 73 years.



No tongue can utter nor pen describe the afflictions which were so patiently borne by this woman. A few years ago she took treatment for cancer, which no doubt shocked her nervous system and helped to make her a victim of nervous prostration. Weakened by these dread diseases, she suffered a severe attack of the flux and at about the same time an uncontrollable hiccough set in, which ended her life and removed her from earth.



Through all this bodily pain, she never forgot to trust in the blessed master and to believe in the comforting promise of His holy Word.



Sarah Hurdle was the daughter of Leonard Hurdle and was born and raised in Madison township. After reaching womanhood she was married to John King and became his affectionate and comforting companion until her death. She was a good mother, an obliging neighbor and an honest, upright woman. She was a member of the Prospect M.P. church and her daily walk in life showed her to be sincere in her profession of the christian religion.



Besides the grief stricken husband, her death is mourned by a son and two daughters; Fleetwood H King, county recorder of Zanesville, Mrs. L. Q. Thomas, of Zanesville, and Miss Martha King who is at home and took such commendable care of her mother through her long illness.



Funeral services will be conducted this (Tuesday) afternoon by Rev. S. T.
Allen at the Prospect M. P. church and the remains buried in the cemetery at
that place.M



(ed: (death occurred 5 Aug 1900)



Appeared in the Adamsville Register, 7 Aug 1900


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Citations
  1. [S81] Peggy Hurdle Finney Personal Research, Peggy Finney.
  2. [S102] Adamsville Register Obits 1890-1939, R. Douglas Kreis.
  3. [S214] Madison & Jefferson Twp Cemeteries, Muskingum County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society.
  4. [S126] Ohio Marriages 1803-1900, Musk. Co..
  5. [S246] 1900 U.S. Federal Census , 1900 U.S. Federal Census.


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