Family Bible of Sarah Vannorden

Submitted by Diana L. Gibson-Merritt

Presented to Miss Sarah Vannorden by E. E. Holmes
Holmesville Miss
Sep. 28 / 10

Lillie Mabel Cirley
Died Feb 19 - 1931
Born July - 2 - 1901

Sarah Alexine Gibson
Born in Mc Comb Miss.
Wednesday Feb 16 - 1916 at
11 a.m. oclock old time
and weighed 15 1/2 lbs at 4 months of
age - 20 lbs at 7 months
at age 8 1/2 months weight 22 1/2 and one Tooth

V. C. Gibson Jr.
Born May the 19 - 1919
on Mon at 1030, a.m. new time
weight at 2 months 15 1/2

V. C. Gibson and Sarah Vann Orden
Was married in the Methodist
Church at Holmesville Miss
On the 20 day of Oct 1912
By Rev. Loyd Decell

Miss Sarah Vann Orden
Holmesville Miss.
Was Born December 3 - 1889
written this 13 Day fo [sic] April=1912

Veola Vann Orden
was Born April 26 - 1905

Rosa & Lillie Vann Orden
was Born July 2nd 1901

V. C. Gibson
Born Jan 14 - 1881
and married Oct 20 - 1912

Sarah Alexine Gibson
Born Feb 16 - 1916
Wed. 11 a.m.

Troy Ray Vann Orden was Born Dec 23 - 1904

Mary Lou Vann Orden was Born Sept 27 - 1906

Julian Hollis Vann Orden was Born Oct 10 - 1908

Ellen Burton Vann Orden
Born Jan 17 - 1864
Died April 2 - 1925

Robert Danial Vann orden
Born Jan - 30 1862
Died April 15 - 1928

R. D. Vann Orden &
Ellen Burton Morris
Married Dec 8 - 1885

Sarah J. Vann orden Gibson
Born in
Pike County Miss.
Dec 3 - 1889
United with the Baptist Church
of Holmesville on 24 day of August
"For the Gift of God is
Eternal Life through Jesus Christ
Our Lord"
October 30, 1918

"Go Ye there-fore and teach
all nations" (Matt. 28:19)

"God is Love; and he that dwelleth
in Love dwelleth in God, and
God in him" (John 4:16) Mar 10 1912

Obituary clippings in Bible:


Miss Cordia Gibson, Summit, Miss.
Summit, Miss., Aug. 24 - Miss Cordia
Gibson, daughter of the late Major and
Harriet Bonney Gibson, died at Jackson
Monday, and her body was brought here
and interred in the Woodlawn Cemetery
Wednesday. The funeral services were
conducted at the Methodist Church by
the pastor, Rev. W. N. Thomas. Miss
Gibson was in route home from the
northern part of the state, was taken
desperately ill while on the train just
out of Jackson, and was hurried to the
hospital, wgere she expired the same day.
She is survived by four sisters and two

Mrs. John V. Orden
Buried in McComb

Mrs. John Vann Orden died at
her home in Hattiesburg Wednes-
day, January 12, was buried Thurs-
day, January 13, at Symrna church,
15 miles east of McComb. Aged
86 years. Survived by three sons
and two daughters. Also numerous
grandchildren, one of whom, Mrs.
V. C. Gibson, lives in McComb.

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