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March 26, 2018
A Tribute to our Mother, Mrs. Marie Louise DuBose SharpeWilliams. Your Love is like an island in life's ocean, vast and wide, A peaceful quiet shelter from the wind and rain and tide. Above it like a beacon light shone faith and truth and prayer; And through the changing scenes of life, I find a haven there.

The midwife was the doctor heard saying, Shes not breathing right oxygen. Help! She dont wanna live, shes going to dielet her die. A live little baby girl child, born with symptoms of Tuberculosis, no cure, no running water, and no doctor, Way back in the country and where the making of medicines was out of leaves.

But God, merciful of life and death, down through the years, allowed a little baby girl named Marie to be born alive. To God Be the Gloryfor the things He has done! The name Marie Origin: Hebrew meaning Bitter and French form of Mary, pronounced (MAH-ree) a Form of: Maria or Variant of Mary (Latin) "Star of the Sea".

From this heart touching story begins the life and legacy of Marie Louise DuBose. Later her name changed to Marie Louise DuBose Sharpe-Williams. She was born on January 6th, 1929, in the dead of wintertime, in the hills of Shelby County, the hometown of Almont nearby Montevallo, Alabama. Twelfth youngest of fifteen children to the African American union of John Coleman DuBose, 43 years old, coal miner, and Beulah Smith DuBose, 39 years old, housewife.

A beautiful story as Ruth and Naomi, Ruth 1:6 And Ruth said, Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God.
March 26, 2018
A Tribute to our Mother, Mrs. Marie Louise DuBose SharpeWilliams. Your Love is like an island in life's ocean, vast and wide, A peaceful quiet shelter from the wind and rain and tide. Above it like a beacon light shone faith and truth and prayer; And through the changing scenes of life, I find a haven there.

The midwife was the doctor heard saying, Shes not breathing right oxygen. Help! She dont wanna live, shes going to dielet her die. A live little baby girl child, born with symptoms of Tuberculosis, no cure, no running water, and no doctor, Way back in the country and where the making of medicines was out of leaves.

But God, merciful of life and death, down through the years, allowed a little baby girl named Marie to be born alive. To God Be the Gloryfor the things He has done! The name Marie Origin: Hebrew meaning Bitter and French form of Mary, pronounced (MAH-ree) a Form of: Maria or Variant of Mary (Latin) "Star of the Sea".

From this heart touching story begins the life and legacy of Marie Louise DuBose. Later her name changed to Marie Louise DuBose Sharpe-Williams. She was born on January 6th, 1929, in the dead of wintertime, in the hills of Shelby County, the hometown of Almont nearby Montevallo, Alabama. Twelfth youngest of fifteen children to the African American union of John Coleman DuBose, 43 years old, coal miner, and Beulah Smith DuBose, 39 years old, housewife.

A beautiful story as Ruth and Naomi, Ruth 1:6 And Ruth said, Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God.

January 18, 2018
December 21, 2017
Sis GloriaBryant Bro Ron Bryant Family extends our condolences and Prayers to their family.We Love and God Bless!!