Obits For The Mothershed Surname
From Tate County, Mississippi
Tate County Democrat, Feb 13, 1913
Mrs. Henry Mothershed
Mrs. Henry Mothershed died in Memphis Feb 10th. Her remains, accompanied by her husband, was brought here Tuesday enroute for Looxahoma where they were interred in Cemetery at that place. Mrs. Mothershed was the daughter of B. F. Atkins near Looxahoma. The Democrat extends condolences to the bereaved husband and family.
Tate County Democrat March 13, 1913
The following article was hard to read with some words impossible to understand.
On Monday evening Feb. 10th ___ the sweet spirit of Bennie Winged ___ flight to that better world where ___ peace and love and where her ___ be free from pain. She was born March 5th 1893, and was daughter of B. F. and Ella Atkins. She was married to Mr. C. H. Mothershed on May 5th 1912.
We feel the need of such character as Bennie's was. She was always ___ and had a kind word for everyone who knew her was to love her and ___ who knew her best, loved her ___.She was young but still she ___ pare not to die but to live with Jesus, having given her heart to Christ ___ uniting with the Christian Church ___ years ago.
We miss her so much and her place can never be filled
There is one more in heaven
Another thought to brighten cloudy days
Another theme for thoughtful days and praise
Another link on high our souls to raise to home and heaven
Tate County Democrat, March 27, 1913
Sister Bennie Mothershed was born on March 15th, 1893, died Feb 10, 1913.She was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Atkins of Looxahoma. She was married to C. H. Mothershed May 3rd 1912. Bernie was sick only a short time but doctors, friends, relatives and the attention and efforts of her devoted husband could not save her.
We all must yield to the hand of fate. She was baptized into Christ some several years ago, by Gus Dunn of the Church of Christ. Bernie will be greatly missed by the Church, her relatives and the host of friends she left. It is hard to give up our loved ones, but as the Apostles say, "if in this life only we have hoped in Christ, we are of all men most miserable". She leaves behind her father, mother, and sister her devoted young husband and little child. May the Lord's richest blessings be theirs.
This Page Updated January 19, 2010
Tate County Coordinators: Syble Embrey & Marie Carlton
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