Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth (Lizzie Fair) Jackson, Sunday, January 5, 1975, 2:30 p.m., Keys Grove Baptist Church, Keysville, Georgia

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; that., were green ^-few-days ago are, now brown I God teaches in His word, "All flesh is as grass, and all the glory of man as flower of grass. The grass witheroth, and the flower there of fadeth away."
Death came quietly to Mrs, Elizabeth (Lizz ie-Fair) Jackson, on Tuesday Evening, December 31, .1974 at 4:00 P.M. at her resident.
She was born in Edge field County, South Carolina on September 17, 1903
She Was the daughter of the late Dea. Joe and Mrs. Ausley Thurmond Fair,
She was converted, baptized and joined the Shady Grove Baptist Church at an early age, After moving to Georgia she joined the Keys Grove Baptist Church, where she served faith ful until death,
She was married to the late Mr. Henry Bryant, to this union three children were born.
In 1953 unc was mar-ried to Mr. Moses Jack son.
She leaves to mourn her passing her devoted husband, Mr, Moses Jackson, Augusta, Ga. ; two daughters, Mru. Elizabeth Nelson, New York City, Mrs. Minnie ^Roland, Blyth, Ga. ; one son, Mr, Franklin Roosevelt Bryant, New York City, three step-children, Mr. Johnny Jackson, /iug7 . usta, Ga. ; Mrs, Dorothy Jackson,, . , Ohio; Mrs. iSloisc Jackson, Phila. Pa. five sis ters, Mrs. Ausley Jonas, Mrs. Leanna Becton, Augusta, Ga. ; Mrs. Margaret Burnett, New York City; Mrs. Hattie Williams, Mrs. Gladys Crmp- & bell, Hephzibah, Ga.jtwo brothers, Mr. Johnnie Fair, New York City and Mr. Eulie Fair, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ; two sons-in-law, Mr. Louis Nelson, and Mr. John Roland^ , step- daughter- in* law, Mrs. Gloria Jackson, one step .son- in- law, four brothers-in-law, three sisters-in-law, eight grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, ncices, nephews, cousins and a host of friends.

Mrs. Elizabeth (Lizzie Fair) Jackson Sunday, January 5, 1975 - 2:30 P. M.
Keys Grove Baptist Church Kcysville, Georgia


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Rev, H. L. Harrison .... Presiding




Prayer ............... Rev. H. E. Stokes-

Solo ................. Mrs. Johnny Mae Aonly


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Dea. Dca.

Fred McKclton Hplley Evans

Keys Grove Bapt. Church. Dea. R. Crafton

Rev. H. L. Harrison

Acknowledgements & Obituary .............. Mrc, Cora W. Bryant

Solo .................. Dea. Richard Carter

Eulogy ................ Rev. J. D. Williains

Viewing Of Remains



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