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Vinton Eagle; Feb. 26, 1862
Died
Daniel G. Harris

In Vinton, on Sunday, Feb. 16, Daniel G. Harris

Submitted on Sat May 19 09:11:01 2001 by
J. Jay Lash, jjlash@www.mebbs.com

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Georgia L. Harris

Georgia L. Harris, 58 of rural Shellsburg, died Thursday, February 24, 2005, at Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, of complications following a stroke.

Funeral services were held at Oak Grove Christian church, rural Shellsburg on Monday, Feb 28, 10:30 a.m. with Pastor Larry Rodgers officiating. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery, Shellsburg...

Georgia Lee Harris was born September 8, 1946 in Chicago, Il, to Alex and Pearl (Lawson) Kovacs.

She grew up in chicago and graduated from Chicago Vocational High School in 1964 with honors.

On August 1, 1965 she married Daniel Harris in Chicago and the couple moved to Shellsburg in 1971.

Georgia worked as an executive secretary at Rockwell Collins for several years... On Sunday, February 20, 2005 she suffered a stroke and was taken to Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, where her death came on Thursday, February 24, 2005 at the age of 58 years. She was preceded in death by her father , Alex. Georgia is survived by her mother, Pearl Kovacsk and her husband of 39 years Daniel, both of Shellsburg; her two sons, Kenneth (Stacy) Harris, Garrison, IA. and Daniel (Kelli) Harris III, Shellsburg and five grandchildren. Kendra, Courtney, Kristina, Rachel and Michael.

Submitted on 13-Mar-2010 by
Sheryl Mason Reynolds, Deneren@aol.com

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Vinton Eagle; Sept. 25, 1858

Martha Ann Harris

In this place on Saturday the 18th inst., Martha Ann, daughter of D.G. and Sarah Harris, aged seven years and nine months.

Death has been here and Borne away,
A sister from our side;
Just in the morning of her day,
As young as we she died.
We cannot tell who next must fall,
Beneath thy chastening rod;
One must be first, but let us all,
Prepare to meet our God.
May each attend with willing feel,
The means of knowledge here;
And wait around thy mercy seat,
With hope as well as fear.
Lord, to thy wisdom and thy care,
May we resign our days;
Content to live and serve thee here,

Submitted on Sat May 19 09:07:47 2001 by
J. Jay Lash, jjlash@www.mebbs.com

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