Mrs. Eliza S. Luttrell was Page C. Kinslow's third wife.
This is her obituary, sent to me by the Southwest Regional Library in Bolivar, MO:
Eliza S. Kinslow
Eliza S. Kinslow died at her home in Bolivar September 12, 1924. She had been in poor health for a year. Cancer of the stomach was the cause of her death.
There was a short funeral service at the home at 12 o'clock by her pastor, Rev. T.W. Medearis, and then she was taken to Hopewell and Rev. Henry Bridges preached her funeral.
Interment was in the Hopewell cemetary.
An obituary follows:
Eliza S. Kinslow was born July 20, 1861. Departed this life September 12, 1924, she being 63 years, 2 months, and 23 days old. She was united in marriage to Joseph Clemons,
November 29, 1885. To this union were born four children, all of whom are living but one son who died in young manhood.
Her husband, Joseph Clemens, departed this life August 10, 1895. She was united in marriage to John F. Luttrell March 6, 1897. To this union two children was born, both dying in infancy. John Luttrell departed this life July 20, 1898, and again she was united in marriage to P.C. Kinslow, who survives her. To this union two children were born, one dying in infancy. Those living are Mrs. Irene(or Irena) McKneelen of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Dora Buckner of Polk, Mo., and Mrs. Edna Ballinger of Bolivar, Mo.
She professed faith in Christ in girlhood and joined the Freewill Baptist Church and later in life she united with the First Baptist Church in Bolivar of which she was a member at her death. She was a true Christian and was always ready to tell of Jesus' love and goodness. At home as well as at church she was a good wife and a kind and loving mother.
Oh how we will miss the love of our darling mother, but Heaven is only enriched by our great loss and God's will must be done.
How much she suffered no tongue can tell but she was so patient. She would say, I am suffering but it is nothing to what my Savior suffered and I can bear it, but she prayed the Lord to take her out of her suffering and he came and called her to Heaven.
She leaves to mourn her loss her husband, four daughters, four sons-in-law, six grand children, five step-sons and their families and a host of friends and relatives.
Oh mother, how we will miss you! There is a sorrow in our hearts that can never be healed.
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