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Kadijah was a rich widow, and the wife of Muhammad, who had been her steward and factotum, and whom he married when she was forty and himself only twenty-five, and with whom he lived till her death, “loving her truly and her alone,” himself now a man of fifty; he had begun his mission as a prophet before she died, and one service she did him he never forgot as the greatest of them all: she believed in him, when no one else did.[1]


  1. Nuttall Encyclopedia of General Knowledge, article on Kadijah originally published in 1907 written by Reverend James Wood