Person:Tacy Langworthy (3)

Watchers
Tacy Langworthy
 
  1. Julia A. LangworthyBet 1810 & 1811 - 1852
  2. Robert LangworthyAbt 1816 - 1893
  3. Hannah B. Langworthy1820 - 1903
  4. Tacy Langworthy - 1858
  5. Asenath Langworthy1825 - 1900
Facts and Events
Name Tacy Langworthy
Gender Female
Death[1] 15 Oct 1858 DeRuyter, Madison, New York, United States
References
  1. The Sabbath Recorder . (New York City, New York; later Plainfield, N. J.)
    15:22:87, November 4, 1858.

    In DeRuyter, N. Y., Oct. 15th, after a protracted and painful illness, Mrs. Tacy L., wife of Lorenzo Burdick, and daughter of Dea. Saunders, and Mercy Langworthy, in the 40th year of her age.
    Sister Burdick made a profession of religion when very young, and united with the 2d Seventh-day Baptist Church in Brookfield, but subsequently became a member of the Church in DeRuyter, which relation she sustained with fidelity to the time of her death.
    Our departed sister was characterized for meekness of spirit, and uniform consistency of Christian principle and deportment during the twenty-four years of her religious profession, so as to win for herself the confidence and esteem, of a large circle of endeared friends; but it was in the furnace of affliction through which she passed, during the last few years of her earthly pilgrimage, that the gracious influences of the Divine Spirit manifested itself in moulding the heart to her Heavenly Father's will, and preparing her spirit for a triumphant exit from earth to heaven. The spiritual conflict was severe, but victory was her's.
    She for a long time anticipated her departure, and made suitable preparation by "setting her house in order," quietly and composedly arranging her domestic affairs, and her funeral services, and when all was done, she calmly awaited the summons, that should be the occasion of her removal to the immediate presence of her Lord.
    She enjoyed uninterrupted peace and joy in the Saviour for some four weeks before her death, during which time the religious conversation of her friends, was very refreshing to her soul; and the exercise of religious worship in her sick room were as wells of salvation to her heart. Her end was peace.
    By her decease, a beloved husband has been bereaved of a faithful companion, and three little boys of an affectionate and fond mother.
    Her funeral was attended on the 16th ult., with appropriate religious exercises, when the presence of a large concourse of mourning relatives and friends testified their esteem for the departed, and their sympathy for the bereaved.