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Prayer Card: Edna Agnes Rollins — 4 Comments

  1. I have a number of funeral prayer cards, too, and I have several in the posting queue to share, hoping that they find homes back with family who might not have one of their own today. Hope yours finds its way home.

  2. When I was a child, in the 1950’s, my grandmother would go and pay a visit to anyone she remotely knew. She only had a fifth grade education and the section she read most was the death notices. Sometime she even look me along with her.

    Today I do not visit anyone I remotely know.

    • Claudia, I think that’s what my grandmother did; she just kept the prayer cards from all the funerals she attended as a child – or maybe that her parents attended (since a couple of these funerals occurred in Indianapolis after she was grown, married, and living in New Jersey) – and I’m not even sure she even knew any of these people, other than they probably went to the same church when she was a child.

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