Beulah Bell was the daughter of John E. and Narcissa Ivey. Both daughter and mother were buried at Pinehurst City Cemetery in Dooly County, Georgia.
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Vienna Progress (Georgia)
19 December 1901
Mrs. Beulah Wilson, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ivey, was born Oct. 27th, 1880, and died at her home in Findlay, Dooly county, Nov. 18th, 1901.Sister Wilson was converted and joined the Methodist church under the ministry of Rev. F. L. Stokes in 1898. On Nov. the 18th, 1900, she was happily married to Mr. B. L. Wilson. She was a devoted wife, an affectionate daughter and a loving sister. Two of three months before her own fatal illness her mother and two brothers were ill for weeks. Her unselfish devotion to them was beautiful. Day and night, with unswerving vigilence, [sic] she waited upon them as an angel of mercy. She had a bright, cheerful spirit, and was much beloved by those who knew and associated with her. An aged father and mother, several brothers and a host of friends mourn her departure. Yet they 'Sorrow not as Thou Who Have no Hope.' May the beckoning hands of wife, daughter, sister, friend, inspire them to lay hold on eternal life and look forward to a happy meeting in the sweet bye and bye.W. C. WADE.