|Birth: ||Nov. 5, 1868|
|Death: ||Jul. 17, 1900|
The Daily Capital, Vincennes, Indiana, Wednesday, July 18, 1900, page 1:
Mrs. Frank Downs at Her Home in Minneapolis
The many friends of Mrs. Frank Downs, formerly Miss Jane Green, daughter of William Green of this city, will be shocked to learn of her death at her home in Minneapolis, July 17th.
Early Tuesday evening T. P. Agnew received a telegram from his son George stating that Mrs. Downs was very ill and not expected to live through the night. This morning another telegram was received containing the news of her death from congestion of the stomach.
Mrs. Downs was in Vincennes but a few months ago and just a few days before the death of her mother, Mrs. Will Green. At that time she was enjoying unusually good health. She was about 30 years of age and the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Green. Mrs. T. P. Agnew and Mrs. Perry Tindolph of this city are sisters of the deceased and John L. and Frank Green of Indianapolis and Will of this city are her brothers. A husband and a daughter are also left to mourn her death.
Mrs. Downs was very favorably known in Vincennes and the many intimate friends here are grieved very much by her early death.
William C Green (1812 - 1912)
Hannah Bartlett Green (1826 - 1900)
John L Green (1846 - 1911)*
Ann Green Tindolph (1848 - 1933)*
Mary Bartlett Green Tindolph (1850 - 1880)*
Ella Green Agnew (1856 - 1937)*
Laura Watson Green (1858 - 1908)*
Jayne Green Downs (1868 - 1900)
Plot: Lot 147, Section 8, Grave 6
Created by: Lynne Sherer Sitkiewicz
Record added: Jan 31, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104447490