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Marriage: Children:
  1. William Artemis Till: Birth: 24 JAN 1879 in Lowndes County, AL. Death: 12 JUL 1879 in Lowndes County, AL

  2. Samuel Benjamin (Ben) Till: Birth: 4 DEC 1879 in Lowndes County, AL. Death: 25 MAR 1906 in Livingston, Sumter County, AL

  3. Mary Elizabeth Till: Birth: 1 JAN 1882 in Butler County, AL. Death: 21 MAY 1921 in Cardston AlbertaTemple

  4. Alonzo Washington (Lon) Till: Birth: 3 JAN 1884 in Butler County, AL. Death: 11 NOV 1945 in Butler County, AL

  5. Cammie Sophronia Till: Birth: 19 JUN 1886 in Butler County, AL. Death: 11 JUL 1969 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL

  6. Andrew Jackson Till: Birth: 20 JUL 1888 in Butler County, AL. Death: 26 JUL 1888 in Butler County, AL

  7. Leila Ester Till: Birth: 18 FEB 1890 in Butler County, AL. Death: 20 MAR 1946 in Butler County, AL

  8. Martha Velma (Mattie) Till: Birth: 11 MAR 1892 in Butler County, AL. Death: NOV 1981 in Tallahassee, Leon County, FL

  9. Jacob Elvin Till: Birth: 29 NOV 1894 in Butler County, AL. Death: APR 1963 in Cardston AlbertaTemple


Sources
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Notes
a. Note:   Contributed by the Late Elaine Hendricks
  ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Obituary of Mrs. A. A. Till Greenville Advocate November 1932 "On Friday morning, November 18th, 1932 the Lord called from us our de ar mother. She was 78 years old. Born July 11th, 1854. All of her child ren, two sons: A. W. Till of Georgiana, J. E. Till of Tallahassee, FL, thre e daughters, Mrs. W. C. Pouncy, Georgiana, Mrs. C. M. Gardner and Mrs. J . L. Williams, Greenville, were with her during her last days. Such a beautiful life of unselfishness is worthy of emulation and, th e crowd which gathered around her body shows the respect they had for her. She was laid to rest at Friendship Cemetery, beside her husband, who preceded her to the grave several years ago. Rev. Earl Hill conducte d the funeral service. She was only sick about a week, though she suffered greatly, she was patient and kind. Though charity envieth not, for we rejoice not in iniquity, but in truth, for God can heal all our diseas es when it is for His Glory. We should trust our Father and let our soul s rest in Him at all times. We had such love for her, and such faith in her t hat we can only feel that whatever came to her she had the guiding hand to th e portals eternal, for she was ready to suffer grief and pain, ready to stand the test, ready to stay at home and send others, if she saw best. Rea dy to go, ready to bear, ready to watch and pray, ready to stand aside and g ive till He shall clear the way. Ready to speak, ready to think, ready with heart and brain, ready to s tand when she sees fit, ready to stand the strain, ready to speak, ready t o warn, ready o'er souls to yearn. Ready in life, ready in death, ready for H is return. Ready to go, ready to stay, ready my place to fill, ready for service lowly or great, ready to do His will. Those attending her funeral from afar off were: Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ti ll, Birmingham; Mrs. Pamphlet, Birmingham, Mr. G. W. Till, R. D. Till, W. A. Till, J. A. Till, J. O. Till, Mr. G. W. Majors, Mrs. G. W. Lowery, al l of Montgomery, Mr. L. D. Spence and children of Evergreen. A. W. Till [Written by her son Alonzo Washington Till]


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