Sarah Harriet CarsonAge: 691841–1910
- Sarah Harriet Carson
|Birth|| April 11, 1841|
near Jordan, Onondaga, New York, United States of America
| Birth of a son|
| July 20, 1875 (Age 34)|
Berlin, Marquette, Wisconsin, United States of America
Gerrett Carson Wells - son
|Death|| July 22, 1910 (Age 69)|
Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States of America
|Family with Alfred Matthew Wells - View Family|
Alfred Matthew Wells
Birth April 28, 1834 42 38 - De Ruyter, Madison, New York, United States of America
Death May 11, 1918 (Age 84) - Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA
Sarah Harriet Carson
Birth April 11, 1841 - near Jordan, Onondaga, New York, United States of America
Death July 22, 1910 (Age 69) - Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States of America
Gerrett Carson Wells
Birth July 20, 1875 41 34 - Berlin, Marquette, Wisconsin, United States of America
Death October 30, 1964 (Age 89) - Riverside, Riverside, California, United States of America
|Shared note||"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 69, No 7, p 222, Aug. 15, 1910.|
Sarah M. Carson Wells, daughter of Thomas L. and Jane Carson, was born near Jordan, N. Y., April 11, 1841, and died at her home in Battle Creek, Mich., July 22, 1910.
She was reared in the Presbyterian faith. But in November, 1866, she was married to Alfred M. Wells, at Mauston, Wis., and at once began the observance of the Sabbath. The following year she was baptized by Eld. Chas. M. Lewis, and united with the Seventh-day Baptist Church at Berlin, Wis., where they then resided.
She is survived by her husband, a sister, and four children. The children are Jason R. of Nortonville, Kan., Mrs. Jennie Satterlee and G. C. Wells of Battle Creek, Mich., and Mrs. Gertrude Davis of Chicago, Ill.
Till sickness overtook her about a year ago Sister Wells had always been a hard worker. She was much interested in the well-being of all those around her.
During this sickness she was a great sufferer. For many months she sat in her chair, not being able to lie down at all. She bore her sufferings with Christian fortitude and cheerfulness. Often in the night-watches she sung the old gospel hymns that she loved so well.
A few months before her death she united with the Battle Creek Seventh-day Baptist Church although she knew that she could never meet with the church here below. She desired its prosperity, and did what she could to cheer us on our way.
The funeral services were conducted from the home by her pastor, July 25, 1910. D. B. C.