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MRS. JOSEPHINE JOBE 1851-1920

JOBE, WIHLFEHRT, RAY, WHITE, JENNINGS

Posted By: S Turner (email)
Date: 2/14/2018 at 23:30:36

The Daily Gate City and Constitution - Democrat, Keokuk, Iowa
30 Sept 1920
Page 9

JOSEPHINE JOBE DIES TODAY

Native of Lewis County, Missouri, Passes Away Today After Two Weeks Illness From Paralysis

This morning at 7:50 o'clock occurred the death of Mrs. Josephine Jobe at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Wihlfehrt, 528 South Fifth street. Death came as the result of paralysis and a two weeks illness.

Mrs. Jobe has lived in Keokuk since 1914, but she is a native of Lewis county, Missouri. She was a member of the Methodist church at Canton, Mo., where she lived for many years.

Josephine Ray was born August 12, 1851, in Lewis county, Missouri. Forty-eight years ago, August 19, she was married to L. S. Jobe, who preceded her in death three years ago, in November. They were the parents of eight children, one daughter and four sons having died in infancy.

The survivors are the daughters, Mrs. Wihlfehrt, with whom Mrs. Jobe made her home; Mrs. J. T. White, Palmyra, Mo.; one son, Paul Jobe, of Keokuk; nine grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. W. H. Jennings, Canton, Mo.; four brothers, L. R. and J. W. Ray, of Canton, and Aleck and Walter Ray, of Oklahoma.

The body will be taken to Canton Saturday, where interment will take place in the Canton cemetery.


 

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