Obsequies of Miss Cornelia Wilson, Hale Street Baptist Church, Augusta, Georgia, May 19, 1974, 3:30 p.m., Rev. E.A. Brown, officiating



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MISS CORNELIA WILSON Hale Street Baptist Church
Augusta, Georgia May 19, 197^, 3:30 P.M. Rev. E.A. Brown, Officiating PROCESSIONAL HYMN ................ The Choir SCRIPTURE ........... Rev. Judge Drummond PRAYER .............. ReY. Leslie Henderson SOLO ................ Mrs. Ollie Brown REMARKS ..,., .....,. Dea. Walter Nix RESOLUTION .......... Masonic Order ACKNOWLEDGMENTS and OBITUARY ............ Mrs. Louise Scott SELECTION ........... Choir EULOGY ............... Rev. E.A. Brown RECESSIONAL Interment
"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints," (Psalm 116:15)

The angel of death has visited again at Hale Street Baptist Church and taken from our midts Sister Cornelia Wilson. She joined the Church and was baptized by the late Rev. Jefferson Williarason and has been a faithful member of Hale Street Baptist Church for 68 years. Our hearts are filled with sorrow, but we realize that this home going is the great est experience of Sister Wilson's life, which was filled with wonderful experiences as she was a worker with God.
Mrs. Wilson departed this life May 14, 1974. She was the daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. George Wilson, born March 27, 189*4-, in Richmond County, Ga.
Survivors are: Mr 0 Harold Gantt, Sr. Nephew, Harold Gantt, II, grand Nephew; Robin Monique Gantt, Grand neice. Host of other re latives and friends.

HONORARY PALLBEARERS Ushers and Usheretts of Hale Street Baptist Church
ACTIVE PALLBEARERS Deacons & Trustees of Hale Street Baptist Church The family wishes to express their
sincere thanks to freinds for the cards, flowers, cars, food and every act of kind* ness shown during the illness and death of their loved one.
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