Person:Euphemia Vincent (1)

m. 26 May 1849
  1. Euphemia Vincent1852 - 1917
  2. Joseph Goodrich Vincent1854 - 1930
  • H.  Morton Davis (add)
  • WEuphemia Vincent1852 - 1917
m. 23 Dec 1869
Facts and Events
Name Euphemia Vincent
Gender Female
Birth[1] 5 Feb 1852 Milton (township), Rock, Wisconsin, United StatesRock River
Marriage 23 Dec 1869 to Morton Davis (add)
Death[1] 10 Nov 1917 Shawano, Shawano, Wisconsin, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    83:24:766, December 10, 1917.

    Mrs. Euphemia Vincent Davis was born at Rock River, near Milton, Wis., February 5, 1852, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. V. Werner, Shawano, Wis., November 10, 1917.
    She was the daughter of Christopher and Clarissa Burdick Vincent. She was married to Morton Eugene Davis, December 23, 1869. He died sixteen years ago. She is survived by a brother, Joseph Vincent, New Auburn, Wis., and a sister Mrs. Anna McClafferty, Stoughton, Wis. Four children also remain to cherish her memory, - Mrs. Minnie Robinson, of New York City; Mrs. Jessie Werner, of Shawano, Wis.; Miss Susie Davis of the State Normal School , at Kent, Ohio, and Morton Eugene Davis, of Green Bay, Wis. There are six grandchildren.
    While her children were growing up, she lived in a house near Milton College. Although her resources were very slender, she held an indomitable purpose to keep her family together, help the children to gain a good education and fit them for usefulness in the world. She worked hard to that end and inspired her children with the same ideal. Her brave good cheer until success crowned her efforts was an inspiration to many who knew her. She was baptized in early life and joined the Rock River Seventh Day Baptist Church, her membership being afterward transferred to Milton. A loyal keeper of the Sabbath during her life she entered into rest upon the Sabbath day. She looked forward to the weekly visits of the Sabbath Recorder. She trusted in the heavenly Father to whom she had looked for help, and was happy in the love of her children.
    Farewell services were held at Shawano, November 13, conducted by her pastor, L. C. Randolph. L. C. R.