|Death: ||Dec. 8, 1918|
Aged 38 years
Mrs. Lola Winchester and small daughter Violet, 508 South Eleventh street, died yesterday morning at the isolation hospital within a few hours of each other, victims of influenza and pneumonia. The husband and father, Jetho Winchester, and four of the six remaining children are seriously ill from the disease. The father of the children is said to be at the point of death at the isolation hospital.
IL State Journal, Springfield, IL 12-9-1918
Double funeral services for Mrs. Lola Winchester and small daughter, Violet, 508 South Eleventh street, who died at the Isolation hospital of pneumonia, will be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon at the undertaking establishment of Charles T. Bisch & Son. Rev. Wilbert Dowson, pastor of Kumler Methodist church will officiate, and the bodies will be interred beside each other in Oak Ridge cemetery. The husband and father, Jetho Winchester, remains in a serious condition suffering from pneumonia, together with four of his six children.
IL State Journal, Springfield, IL 12-10-1918
Lola Baylor Winchester
Estimated Birth Year: 1880
Birthplace: Clay County, Ill.
Father: William Baylor
Father's Birth Place: Clay Co., Ill.
Mother: Martha Rickets
Mother's Birth Place: Clay County, Ill.
Occupation: house wife
Spouse: Jetho Winchester
Burial Date: 10 Dec 1918
Cemetery: Oak Ridge
Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
Jeth Winchester (1883 - 1918)
Violet Winchester (1912 - 1918)*
Oak Ridge Cemetery
Plot: Block 23, Sec 1, 7,1
Created by: BjJ
Record added: Oct 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43420044