uxori quæ. ut. vixit. sic. obit. Christians. xiv Kal : sex. A : D : MDCCCXLIII

English translation: For my wife, who died just as she lived--a Christian. July 18th, 1843

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Latin term or phrase:uxori quæ. ut. vixit. sic. obit. Christians. xiv Kal : sex. A : D : MDCCCXLIII
English translation:For my wife, who died just as she lived--a Christian. July 18th, 1843

19:10 Sep 8, 2008
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Latin term or phrase: uxori quæ. ut. vixit. sic. obit. Christians. xiv Kal : sex. A : D : MDCCCXLIII
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For my wife, who died just as she lived--a Christian. July 18th, 1843
Explanation:
I am reading Christiana where you wrote Christians. "Christians" not a Latin form.

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Note added at 1 hr (2008-09-08 20:31:39 GMT)
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Sorry--date should be 19 July 1843.
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4For my wife, who died just as she lived--a Christian. July 18th, 1843
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For my wife, who died just as she lived--a Christian. July 18th, 1843


Explanation:
I am reading Christiana where you wrote Christians. "Christians" not a Latin form.

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Note added at 1 hr (2008-09-08 20:31:39 GMT)
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Sorry--date should be 19 July 1843.

Stephen C. Farrand
United States
Local time: 08:38
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PRO pts in category: 20
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