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Mary Jane Jackson Renshaw


Posted By: Marlene K. Skalberg (email)
Date: 11/11/2017 at 09:49:00

Last Sunday evening at 8:30 death claimed Mrs. Mary J. Renshaw of this city, who had been a suffer for a number of years of goiter, aded 45 years, 6 months, and 18 days. Her maiden name was Mary Jane Jackson and she was born in Henry County, Illinois, October 4, 1860, coming with her parents to this county in 1883 and three years later was married to Geo. Henshaw, who died in Sheridan County, Kansas in 1908, where they moved for a few years previous. To this union were born four daughters, Rosa, Belle, Vernie, and Lucy, who with their motherís three sisters, Mrs. M. R. Segriff of Nodaway; Miss Rosa Jackson of South of Corning, Mrs. Olive Erskine of North Platte, Nebraska; and two brothers, Levi and Ira Jackson, south of Corning survive her.
In 1908, the deceased returned to Corning, where she lived until her death. Mrs. Renshaw had been a member of the Methodist Church since a child. The funeral was held at the M. E. Church in Corning, Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Jay Kirkendall. Interment was made in the Prairie Rose Cemetery.
Adams County Free Press, Saturday, June 5, 1909, page 7


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