Princeton Clarion dated
Mrs. Isabella Kitheart, (spelled Kithcart on headstone) who died at the residence of
Mrs. Anna Martin, near
She came to Gibson county in 1814. Her husband, Samuel Kitheart, died forty years ago.
She was the mother often children, of whom only two are living.
She was a member of the United Presbyterian church for a number of years. She was a devoted Christian, loved by all who knew her. Many years ago she selected Job 14th chapter and desired her funeral to be preached from that chapter. Rev. Inman preached her funeral, using the 1st and 14th verses as a text.
After he husband's death she made her home with her sister until she died, fifteen years ago. The last six
years she was a cripple and was taken care of by the people
Her funeral was largely attended, and her
remains were interred in the
GCHS, Georgia McEllhiney