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The Ringgold Record, 1893

OBITUARY - Mrs. KEZIAH (WELLS) CLAYBURG

Mrs. Kezia (WELLS) CLAYBURGH (sic, should be Keziah (WELLS) CLAYBURG) departed this life at her home in Redding, Iowa, Dec. 5th, 1893. She was born in Summerset county, PA., Oct. 9th, 1824; was married to Mr. Isaac CLAYBURGH (sic, should be CLAYBURG), Sept. 12th, 1858. Of this marriage ten children were sent to visit their home, three of whom are living, two sons and one daughter - Mrs. John A. AKIN - the only one of the three who could be present at the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. CLAYBURGH (sic) came to Ringgold County, Iowa, in 1859, or 1860, and have been residents of this county ever since. They are therefore well known, and the bereaved husband and children have the sympathy of many friends. Mrs. CLAYBURGH was a highly esteemed as a christian woman, and her kindness to the afflicted has endeared her to many hearts and homes. She was converted some ten or eleven years ago and united with the United Brethren church of which she was a member at her death. Her end was in peace, she died trusting in Jesus, and in full assurance of her acceptance with Him. Her funeral was preached at the United Presbyterian church, Dec. 7th from Rev. 14:13, "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, etc.," and was largely attended.
--DAVID INCHES.

Keziah and Isaac CLAYBURG were interred at Fairview Cemetery near Redding, Ringgold County, Iowa.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, 2008

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