For MRS. FANNIE KING
Thursday, September 9, 1975 - 4:00 P. M. THANKFUL BAPTIST CHURCH AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Rev. N. T. Young, Officlating
** OBITUARY **
They are not long, the days of Wine and Roses, Out of a misty dream our path
emerges for awhile, Then closes within a dream.
Mrs. Fannie King, daughter of the late Mr. Alien and Mrs. Frances McGee,
was born January 21, 1894 in Richmond County, Georgia.
On January 21, 1913 she was married to Mr. John Cody, to this union no
children were born. Later on June 15, 1930 in Jamacia L. I , New York, she was
married to Mr. John King, he preceded her in death.
She was a member of Thankful Baptist Church. She departed this life on
Thursday, October 2, 1975 at the University Hospital.
She is survived by a host of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and
other relatives and friends.
** ORDER OF SERVICE **
REMARKS Mission Sis. Eula Johnson
Walker Pilgrim Society Church
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & OBITUARY
Rev. N. T. Young
INTERMENT -.--.--...---..--.-.----.--...-.... Cedar Grove Cemetery
"IVE DONE MY WORK"
Ive done my work J I sung my song Ive done some good, Ive done some wrong and I shall go where I belong. The Lord has willed it so.
He knows my heart, and every thought
He knows what pain and joy Ive
brought and by his love
I shall be taught.
..- '.'-- .
The way to him, I know. ;
He knows my soul so weak and blind.
So full of fear of mortal mind
And he will lead and I shall
Find the way to him I know.
He guides my steps, and He knows best, He will not harm. Where he is blest and so goodnight Ill take my rest, where sweet Wild roses grow.
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