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In affectionate remembrance of John Stringer, the beloved husband of Sarah Ann Stringer : who died January 6th, 1888.
Yarmouth, England, 1888.
Physical Description:
1 embossed card : letterpress ; 78 x 116 mm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
GT3390 .S77 1888 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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The Norfolk County Record Office records the marriage of John Stringer and Sarah Ann Wooden on March 19, 1848, at Yarmouth St Nicholas, Norfolk, England. In the 1881 census, John Stringer, age 60, is recorded as a general laborer in Great Yarmouth. He and Sarah, 58, shared the household with two children.
"Weep not for me, the God of love has claimed me for His own; fix all your thoughts and hopes above, and meet me at His throne."
Memorial card, in remembrance of John Stringer. The text is printed letterpress on cream card, framed in embossed Gothic tracery, against a black background with cream edging.
Subject Terms:
Great Britain -- Social life and customs.
Stringer, John, -1888.
Memorials (Commemorative)
Memorial cards.
Embossed prints.
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