Susannah WitterAge: 921767–1859
- Susannah Witter
| Birth of a daughter|
| 1810 (Age 43) |
Susan Langworthy - daughter
|Death|| July 29, 1859 (Age 92)|
Hope Valley, Washington, Rhode Island, United States of America
|Family with Amos Langworthy - View Family|
Birth about 1780 -
Birth 1767 -
Death July 29, 1859 (Age 92) - Hope Valley, Washington, Rhode Island, United States of America
Birth 1810 30 43 -
Death March 26, 1880 (Age 70) - Hopkinton, Washington, Rhode Island, United States of America
|Shared note||"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 16, No 10, p 39, Aug. 11, 1859.|
At Hope Valley, July 29th, at the residence of her son-in-law, Gardner Nichols, Mrs. Susan Langworthy, widow of Amos Langworthy, deceased, aged 93 years. Sister L. professed religion and united with the 1st Seventh-day Baptist Church in Hopkinton, Nov. 2, 1785, of which she remained a worthy member almost 74 years, and until released by death. She remembered distinctly Eld. Joshua Clarke, who was the pastor of this church at that time, and his successors in this office, most of whom have passed over the dark river together with most, if not all, that were members at that time. Surely she has not gone into a land of strangers.
She lived beyond the scenes of the revolution, many of which were vivid in her recollection to nearly her last. She saw Gen. Washington, the father of his country, and could describe very minutely the view but a short time before she passed away. And as evidence of her love of Bible reading, she had read it through 11 times, between the age of 80 and 90 years. Her's was a remarkable life, not only because of its great length, but because of its many virtues. And we doubt not but she is gathered to the land of rest. whither have passed over her fathers. "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord." J. C.