Minnie T. Sampson (Godwin) (1872 - 1929)

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Birthplace: Robeson, North Carolina, USA
Death: Died in Robeson, North Carolina, USA
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About Minnie T. Sampson (Godwin)

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Birth: Jun. 6, 1872 Robeson County North Carolina, USA

Death: Apr. 19, 1929 Robeson County North Carolina, USA

Minnie Taylor was the daughter of Quinny and Mary Sampson Godwin.

She married Henry Thomas Sampson on May 14, 1891 in Robeson county, North Carolina.

The following was taken from the May 2, 1929 edition of THE ROBESONIAN:

A dark shadow of gloom was spread about the home of Henry T. Sampson Friday, April 19th, when the death angel called to their home and summoned a true mother, a dear companion and friend, from her earthly home to a home beyond the skies. Mrs. Sampson has been in poor health for a number of years. But she has been in declining health for 12 months and has been confined to her bedroom for 4 months.

She was a devoted mother. She was never too tired to heed the call of any member of her family or friends that needed her assistance. She was not only loyal to her family and friends, but she possessed that loyalty that means most to every individual, loyalty to God. She was converted about 37 years ago and has since been a devout Christian woman.

Mrs. Sampson was the mother of the late Mrs. W. H. Roberts of Detroit, Mich., and the daughter of the late Mrs. Mary Godwin who preceded her to the grave about 2 years ago at the remarkable age of 85 years. She is survived by her husband, 5 sons, 2 daughters, 2 sisters, and 2 brothers.

The funeral services were conducted at Deep Branch church Sunday, April 21st at 11 o'clock, by Rev. S. A. Hammond, assisted by Rev. P. M. Locklear. The text used may be found in Psalms 23:4. Reverend Hammond stressed the importance of having Jesus with us during the dark hour of death. He stated that he believed Sister Minnie had the oil of salvation in her soul, which took her safely across the dark Jordan of death into the promised land.

The pallbearers were M. L. Lowry, Oliver Sampson, Stanley Sampson, Levi Hunt, Gradie Holmes and Henry Morgan. Mrs. Sampson's body was buried in the cemetery at Deep Branch. The floral decorations were beautiful.

Following is a short poem in memory of mother:

A loved one from us has gone, The one we loved so dear, But in our hearts we know she's gone To fill her heavenly sphere.

We miss her footsteps in the home, Her voice we'll hear no more, Where no one ever knows a toil, us Upon that happy shore.

Oh, won't it be so sweet to meet, With loved ones gone before, When each of us our mother's greet Upon that blissful shore.

She'll welcome us with one glad smile, To that sweet home in heaven, Oh it will be a happy time.


Family links:

Parents:
  • Quinny Irvin Godwin (1841 - 1926)
  • Mary Sampson Godwin (1841 - 1926)
Spouse:
  • Henry Thomas Sampson (1871 - 1936)
Children:
  • Quinnie Sampson (1892 - 1936)*
  • George M. Sampson (1892 - 1899)*
  • B. Newton Sampson (1893 - 1981)*
  • Lillian Sampson Roberts (1895 - 1927)*
  • Mary C. Sampson Locklear (1899 - 1979)*
  • Claude A. Sampson (1901 - 1987)*
  • Ella Mae Sampson Oxendine (1903 - 1960)*
  • Ruthie J. Sampson (1905 - 1906)*
  • Thomas Winford Sampson (1910 - 1967)*
  • Willard G. Sampson (1912 - 1976)*


Inscription:

The faithful are certain of their reward.


Burial: Deep Branch Church Cemetery Lumberton Robeson County North Carolina, USA


-------------------- Find a Grave

Birth: Jun. 6, 1872 Robeson County North Carolina, USA

Death: Apr. 19, 1929 Robeson County North Carolina, USA

Minnie Taylor was the daughter of Quinny and Mary Sampson Godwin. She married Henry Thomas Sampson on May 14, 1891 in Robeson county, North Carolina.

The following was taken from the May 2, 1929 edition of THE ROBESONIAN:

A dark shadow of gloom was spread about the home of Henry T. Sampson Friday, April 19th, when the death angel called to their home and summoned a true mother, a dear companion and friend, from her earthly home to a home beyond the skies. Mrs. Sampson has been in poor health for a number of years. But she has been in declining health for 12 months and has been confined to her bedroom for 4 months.

She was a devoted mother. She was never too tired to heed the call of any member of her family or friends that needed her assistance. She was not only loyal to her family and friends, but she possessed that loyalty that means most to every individual, loyalty to God. She was converted about 37 years ago and has since been a devout Christian woman.

Mrs. Sampson was the mother of the late Mrs. W. H. Roberts of Detroit, Mich., and the daughter of the late Mrs. Mary Godwin who preceded her to the grave about 2 years ago at the remarkable age of 85 years. She is survived by her husband, 5 sons, 2 daughters, 2 sisters, and 2 brothers.

The funeral services were conducted at Deep Branch church Sunday, April 21st at 11 o'clock, by Rev. S. A. Hammond, assisted by Rev. P. M. Locklear. The text used may be found in Psalms 23:4. Reverend Hammond stressed the importance of having Jesus with us during the dark hour of death. He stated that he believed Sister Minnie had the oil of salvation in her soul, which took her safely across the dark Jordan of death into the promised land.

The pallbearers were M. L. Lowry, Oliver Sampson, Stanley Sampson, Levi Hunt, Gradie Holmes and Henry Morgan. Mrs. Sampson's body was buried in the cemetery at Deep Branch. The floral decorations were beautiful.

Following is a short poem in memory of mother:

A loved one from us has gone, The one we loved so dear, But in our hearts we know she's gone To fill her heavenly sphere.

We miss her footsteps in the home, Her voice we'll hear no more, Where no one ever knows a toil, us Upon that happy shore.

Oh, won't it be so sweet to meet, With loved ones gone before, When each of us our mother's greet Upon that blissful shore.

She'll welcome us with one glad smile, To that sweet home in heaven, Oh it will be a happy time.


Family links:

Parents:
  • Quinny Irvin Godwin (1841 - 1926)
  • Mary Sampson Godwin (1841 - 1926)
Spouse:
  • Henry Thomas Sampson (1871 - 1936)
Children:
  • Quinnie Sampson (1892 - 1936)*
  • George M. Sampson (1892 - 1899)*
  • B. Newton Sampson (1893 - 1981)*
  • Lillian Sampson Roberts (1895 - 1927)*
  • Mary C. Sampson Locklear (1899 - 1979)*
  • Claude A. Sampson (1901 - 1987)*
  • Ella Mae Sampson Oxendine (1903 - 1960)*
  • Ruthie J. Sampson (1905 - 1906)*
  • Thomas Winford Sampson (1910 - 1967)*
  • Willard G. Sampson (1912 - 1976)*

Inscription:

The faithful are certain of their reward.


Burial: Deep Branch Church Cemetery Lumberton Robeson County North Carolina, USA

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Minnie Sampson's Timeline

1872
June 6, 1872
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1892
February 19, 1892
Age 19
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
September 2, 1892
Age 20
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1893
November 12, 1893
Age 21
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1895
November 8, 1895
Age 23
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1899
November 2, 1899
Age 27
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1901
July 26, 1901
Age 29
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1903
May 23, 1903
Age 30
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1905
June 20, 1905
Age 33
Robeson, North Carolina, USA
1910
October 30, 1910
Age 38
Robeson, North Carolina, USA