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PA Death Certificate Reg. District 196, Primary Reg. Dist. 2116, File
> Elizabeth BRYAN died at Georgetown, Green Twp., Beaver Co. on Aug. 3, 1907;
> aged 87 years, 5 months, 23 days;
> born Feb. 10th 1820 in Ohio;
> widow, occupation "Old lady"
> parents not given;
> informant William POE of Hookstown [her grand daughter's husband]
>died of Organic heart disease;
> Dr. W. J. McPHEETER? MD of Hookstown;
> Buried at Georgetown Cem., Aug. 6, 1907;
> Undertaker R.D. STEWART, Hookstown,PA.
> Clipping saved by Bertha (RAMBO) ROBINSON now in the files of Gary R.
We have RAMBO's that live on my road. Think they would be any relation? I'll find out their names.
> Mrs. Elizabeth BRYAN
> Died at her home in Georgetown, Pa., Aug. 3, 1907, in the 88th year of
>her age, Mrs. Elizabeth BRYAN, widow of the late Joseph BRYAN, Sr., whose
>death occured about seven years ago.
> The union was consummated October 5, 1837, and by it seven children were
>born, six of whom survive, namely, Alexander, of East Liverpool, O.; Mrs.
>Susan GRIMES of Bergholz, O.; Isaac of Salem, O.; Joseph, of Georgetown,
>PA.; Mrs. Elizabeth RAMBO, of Calcutta, O., and John of Beaver Falls, Pa.
>Also three sisters, Mrs. Minerva WRIGHT, Mrs. Susan SCOTT, and Mrs. Lucinda
>CAMPBELL all of near Hookstown, Pa.
> Mrs. BRYAN's life was one of sacrifice yet of great usefulness. The
>cares of a large household fell heavily upon her and in the common work of
>providing for the comforts of the family her part was not always easy, still
>she worked patiently and no sacrifice seemed to be too great when the
>welfare of her family was concerned.
>She soon found that the cares of life were too heavy to be borne alone and
>sought strength and comfort in a higher power. For many years she was
>faithful member and loyal supporter of the Methodist Epsicopal Church of
>Georgetown and by her death the society lost one of its oldest and respected
> The high esteem in which she was held by her many acquaintances was shown
>by the large concourse of friends and relatives who assembled at her late
>home, on the occasion of her funeral, by the many beautiful floral tributes,
>and by the tender and loving care given her in the closing hours of her
>life, for all of which, the surviving members of the family are duly
> Her faith in the principals of Christianity was shown in the calm,
>fearless way in which she met death. When conscious that the end was near
>she talked often of her boys and confirmed her faith by personal testimnony.
>It was a triumphant close of a Christian life.
> The funeral was in charge of her pastor, the Rev. G. Meade DOUGHERTY, of
>Georgetown, assisted by the Rev. J. E. WRIGHT. Interment in the Georgetown
>my note- Elizabeth BRYAN had 11 children, 5 died before her:
>Mrs. Mary STEVENS, William BRYAN, Mrs. Nancy GODDARD, Thomas BRYAN, and