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Marriage: Children:
  1. Katie Adelaide Vincent: Birth: 5 Jan 1898. Death: 20 Jun 1924

  2. Benjamin Eli Vincent: Birth: 26 Aug 1899 in Milton Junction, Rock, Wisconsin, USA. Death: 23 Aug 1959 in Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin, USA

  3. Willis E. Vincent: Birth: 8 Feb 1905 in Milton, Rock, Wisconsin, USA. Death: 1 Mar 1973

  4. infant Kenneth Elmer Vincent: Death: 1 Apr 1908 in Milton, Rock, Wisconsin, USA


Sources
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Notes
a. Note:   Mary Almira (Rose) Vincent 1867-1908
  Jon Saunders - Aug 21, 2006   View - Viewers Categories: First Generation Milton, Milton Newspaper Obituary, Section 8 Milton Township     "The Milton Journal", Milton, WI, Thursday, June 18, 1908, p 3. Mrs. Mary A. Rose Vincent was born in the township of Milton near Rock River August 20, 1867, and died in the same place June 11, 1908, being in the forty-first year of her age.   She was the daughter of Nathaniel and Nancy Green Rose.   In her youth she professed Christ by baptism and joined the Rock River Seventh-day Baptist church, and all through her life she was a most faithful, loyal and earnest member. She was a student for several terms in Milton College from 1882 to 1886.   Then for ten years she taught school most of the time in the townships of Milton, Fulton, Lima and Harmony.   In this work she was eminently successful. December 30, 1896, she was united in marriage to Elmer D. Vincent by President W. C. Whitford.   Three children born to them died in infancy, and three are now left without a mother.   She leaves to mourn her loss besides the bereaved husband and children, an aged father and mother, a twin brother, Marion A. Rose, two sisters, Mrs. Alice Rogers and Miss Maude Rose and a host of other relatives and friends.   The general esteem in which she was held was shown by the very large concourse of friends that attended her funeral services at the home of her parents Sabbath day, June 13. She had been ill for more than six months.   Everything that medical science, trained care, and loving watchfulness could do were done for her.   A few weeks ago after the death of her year-old baby, it was thought that a change would be helpful for her and she was taken from her home to that of her parents; but the disease could not be stayed, and instead of going back to her earthly home as she wished and planned, she has been taken to her heavenly home.   Her family has been sorely stricken, the church has lost one of its main supports, the community is without needed help and council; but the world has gained much by her life, and all who knew her have been strengthened in faith and courage by her noble life and by her Christian death.
  Mary Almira (Rose) Vincent 1867-1908 Jon Saunders </isapi.dll?c=m&htx=v&siteid=EdyGAE&memberid=000001> - Aug 21, 2006 "The Milton Journal", Milton, Wisconsin, Thursday, June 18, 1908, p 3. Mrs. Mary A. Rose Vincent was born in the township of Milton near Rock River August 20, 1867, and died in the same place June 11, 1908, being in the forty-first year of her age. She was the daughter of Nathaniel and Nancy Green Rose. In her youth she professed Christ by baptism and joined the Rock River Seventh-day Baptist church, and all through her life she was a most faithful, loyal and earnest member. She was a student for several terms in Milton College from 1882 to 1886. Then for ten years she taught school most of the time in the townships of Milton, Fulton, Lima and Harmony. In this work she was eminently successful. December 30, 1896, she was united in marriage to Elmer D. Vincent by President W. C. Whitford. Three children born to them died in infancy, and three are now left without a mother. She leaves to mourn her loss besides the bereaved husband and children, an aged father and mother, a twin brother, Marion A. Rose, two sisters, Mrs. Alice Rogers and Miss Maude Rose and a host of other relatives and friends. The general esteem in which she was held was shown by the very large concourse of friends that attended her funeral services at the home of her parents Sabbath day, June 13. She had been ill for more than six months. Everything that medical science, trained care, and loving watchfulness could do were done for her. A few weeks ago after the death of her year-old baby, it was thought that a change would be helpful for her and she was taken from her home to that of her parents; but the disease could not be stayed, and instead of going back to her earthly home as she wished and planned, she has been taken to her heavenly home. Her family has been sorely stricken, the church has lost one of its main supports, the community is without needed help and council; but the world has gained much by her life, and all who knew her have been strengthened in faith and courage by her noble life and by her Christian death.


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