Sease, Mary Elizabeth

Birth Name Sease, Mary Elizabeth
Gender female
Age at Death 87 years, 8 months, 26 days


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1801-06-18 Newberry, South Carolina, USA Birth of Sease, Mary Elizabeth  
Death 1889-03-14 Lee, Mississippi, USA Death of Sease, Mary Elizabeth  
Burial 1889 New Chapel Cemetery, Itawamba, Mississippi, USA Burial of Sease, Mary Elizabeth  


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Sease, John Mark
Mother Shirer, Nancy
         Sease, Mary Elizabeth 1801-06-18 1889-03-14


Family of Monts, Adam and Sease, Mary Elizabeth

Married Husband Monts, Adam ( * 1798-08-20 + 1893-12-02 )
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 1820-02-22   Marriage of Monts, Adam and Sease, Mary Elizabeth  
Name Birth Date Death Date
Monts, William Anderson1820-09-281889-11-15
Monts, Mark1822-09-011908-12-15
Monts, Emily Ann1824-09-101888-06-18
Monts, Magdalin1826
Monts, John Robert18281858
Monts, J. Isaac1832-12-061924-05-07
Monts, Elizabeth1833
Monts, Louis Phillip1836-11-301866-02-09
Monts, Frances A.1838
Monts, Mary Ann1840-06-061924-10-19
Monts, Catherine C.1842-06-301927-08-01


"Sister Elizabeth Monts was born June 18, 1801; was married to Adam Monts Feb. 22, 1820, with whom she lived happily until death separated them for a season. She leaves Brother Monts in his ninety-first year to mourn his loss, after having lived with him sixty-nine years and twenty days. Sister Monts joined the M. E. Church, South, about the year 1828, in which she lived to a worthy member until her death, which occurred March 14, 1889. She found the grace of God sufficient not only in the trials of life, but a solid comfort in the hour of death. She quietly passed away into the sweet by and by. She was the mother of twelve children, eleven of whom lived to be married - seven still remain; also ninety-nine grandchildren, one hundred and seventy great-grandchildren, and seven great-great grandchildren, the most of whom are worthy members of the Methodist Church. What a happy meeting there will be some day! Her funeral sermon was preached by the writer to a large congregation of sorrowing friends and relatives. Notwithstanding her age, she and her husband were regular in their attendance at church. All the preachers who have traveled the richmond Circuit and also the presiding elders of the Aberdeen District will remember this mother in Israel, who has been so kind to them. How we miss her at her old church! But we expect to meet her again. Her pastor,
M.H. Honnoll"


(Old Newberry District Quarterly, Vol. 16, No. 4, p. 26.

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