Person:Emogene Langworthy (1)

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  1. Emogene Langworthy1852 - 1913
m. 28 Nov 1870
  1. Paul D. Greene1889 - 1971
Facts and Events
Name Emogene Langworthy
Gender Female
Birth[1] 28 Nov 1852 Verona, Oneida, New York, United States
Marriage 28 Nov 1870 to Eugene D. Greene
Death[1] 12 Nov 1913 Adams Center, Jefferson, New York, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    75:21:671, November 24, 1913.

    Imogene Greene, daughter of Morris and Marguerite Langworthy, was born in Verona, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1852, and died at the home of her son, DeChoice Greene, in Adams Center, in the early morning of November 12, 1913.
    In early womanhood she came with her father’s family to this township. She was converted and united with the Adams Center Seventh Day Baptist Church April 23, 1870. On November 28 of the same year she was married to Eugene D. Greene, who began with her the Christian life, having united with the church the same day with her. They lived together their life of faith and toil. Mr. Greene passed on to the other world nearly seven years ago after having endured much suffering for many years. There were born four children to this union, all of whom have spent most of their lives near to mother and were present to mingle their tears as the mother was laid away. Did I say laid away? – no, not the mother, but the tenement of clay in which they had known the mother.
    Hers was a life of toil, but not for self alone. Filled with interest for others, she toiled on to the limit of her strength in their behalf. Possessed of a hopeful disposition, she was a stranger to the blues, so far as others know. During the last years of her life she spent most of her time among her children and they bear cheerful testimony to her thoughtful helpfulness.
    In her death the family have lost a loving, self-sacrificing mother; the church a loyal devoted member; the community a tender-hearted, sympathizing friend, one who, in no small sense, was touched with the feeling of their infirmities, always having in use the cloak of charity.
    She leaves besides the family of children, a brother, Caleb Langworthy, of Adams Center, and a host of friends.
    Burial services were had from the home of DeChoice Greene, November 14, conducted by Pastor E. A. Witter. E. A. W.