In Memory Of Hephzibah (Betty) Watts

Young Hephzibah Watts
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The Blade Newspaper

The Memorial Service

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The Blade Newspaper
Toledo, Ohio


WATTS
Hephzibah

s Hephzibah Watts, age 87 of
Waterville, OH, died August 20,
1999 at Heartland of Browning,
Waterville, OH. She was born June
24, 1912 in the village of Swinton,
Yorkshire, England
s She was a member of St. Paul's
Episcopal Church in Maumee, Ohio.
s Married for sixty years to Hartley
S. Watts of whom she married in
England on February 21, 1939. He
survives along with a son, David
(Louise) Watts of Waterville, grand-
daughter, Katherine Sawyer of St.
Paul, MN; and 2 great
grandchildren.
s There will be a Memorial Service
Tuesday, August 24, 1999 at 7 p.m.
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in
Maumee. It was Hephzibah's wish
to be cremated and her cremains
returned her home land of
England for burial. In lieu of flowers
the family suggests memorials be
given to the Salvation Army. Local services by Peinert Funeral
Home, Waterville, Ohio.


(Hephzibah's father was Samuel Young. Hers mother was Hephzibah Young. Her brothers were Sid and Dick Young. All are deceased.)

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The Memorial Service
for Hephzibah (Betty) Watts
Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Centered on the Lamb of God (St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Maumee, Ohio)


The Burial of the Dead - Rite I
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Prelude

Opening Anthem .......................................................... B.C.P. 469

The Collect

The Old Testament Lesson: Wisdom 3:1-5,9

.... Hymn: Amazing Grace ............................................ Hymnal 671

The New Testament Lesson: Romans 8:14-19,34-35,37-39

The Sequence Psalm: Psalm 23 KJV ............................ B.C.P. 476

The Holy Gospel: Mark 10:13-16

The Homily

The Prayers ................................................................. B.C.P. 480

The Commendation ..................................................... B.C.P. 482

Postlude



* B.C.P. denotes the red Book of Common Prayer.
* Hymnal denotes the blue book.


Officiant ................................................... The Rev. J. Paul Board

Deacon .............................................. The Rev. Suzannah Rohman

Organist .............................................................. Dennis Blubaugh

Reader ....................................................................... Dave Watts



The family suggests memorials to:

The Salvation Army

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The liturgy of the Memorial Services is from The Book of Common Prayer according to The Episcopal Church, September 1979.
The hymns of the Memorial Service are from The Hymnal 1982 according to The Episcopal Church.
This page last updated on 4-29-2017.