Elswick H. LEDGERWOOD ©Nashville News
Friday, April 12, 1907
In Memoriam To the memory of our beloved Brother and neighbor E. H. Ledgerwood, who departed from our midst March 3, 1907, at the age of 72 years, 3 months, and 18 days. At the close of winter's frowns as nature had scarce begun to place its artistic touch of beauty on our lovely land to make us rejoice with the spring birds, our anticipation of joy was instantly turned into gloom by the heavy had of the dark winged messenger who came at the noonday watch to the home of our beloved neighbor and brother, E. H. Ledgerwood, calling him from our midst to his final and blest reward, where he there united his voice again with his loving companion, who, on March 22, 1903, was called from us. We regret much to give up the helpful presence of them both, but since we know that our loss is heavens gain and we can so soon be with them in that home where we know that parting can never come. We pray that the loved ones left behind will do all within their power to emulate the worthy example left them by the departed loved ones; for we know they passed ripe in years and rich with heaven's treasures where all is love and joy.
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