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Obit for William M. C. Lacy
Posted by: Donna Irby (ID *****5078) Date: December 16, 2002 at 20:36:29
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Obit for William M. C. "Mack" Lacy. From an obituary in the possession of a fellow researcher, "Died at the residence of his brother, K. J. Lacy, near Pineville, Arkansas, December 26, 1901, W.M.C. Lacy. Brother Lacy was born in Bedford County, Tennessee, Mar 20, 1823; came to Arkansas in 1861, and settled in Izard County; but after seven years residence he removed to Stone County and lived there until a few months prior to his death. He was twice married, and to him were born eight children--all of whom, except one preceded him to the grave. He was converted in early life, joined the M.E. Church, South, and after his second marriage united with the Missionary Baptist (from here on the paper is torn - some missing words) where he lived and died. Bro. Lacy died in the triumph truth, being perfectly resigned to the will of his Maker, expressing a desire to go, but was content to remain, if it was the will of God.
His remains were deposited at Spring Creek burying ground, the funeral service conducted by the-------??
W. A. Peck "
K. J. was my great, great, great grandfather.
Donna Irby



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