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#6 Agnes Mabel Lindsay

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Agnes Mabel Lindsay "Little Sister" Apr.15,1902-May 18,1902

Little Agnes only had thirty three days, to share her life with her family. She died in the comfort of her mother's arms, of whooping cough. It must have been a devestating event for the family. Her brother and sisters, still refer to her as Little Sister.
She is buried next to her mother at Rumbarger Cem. in DuBois,Pa.

It seems there should be more on her page, so I'll put one of her father's writings.

Those two little kittens went out to play,
to have some fun, one summers day.
One saw a mouse and ran to catch it,
the other looked surprised, and told him to fetch it.
Then the little tom cat said "what do you think I am,
that I should run and get it alone,
and you sit back and yawn at me?"
While the little mouse laughed and had gone scot-free.

Says Biddy to Tom , "now see what you've done,
you let that little mouse get away.
You thought it was fun, and t'was a good feast for us both,
if only you had run.
And to have caught that little mouse, it would have been,
yum....yum....yum....

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