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Elizabeth Jenkins Prosser
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Birth: Jun. 3, 1832
Monongalia County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 11, 1917
Poweshiek County
Iowa, USA

Elizabeth is the daughter of Thomas and Nancy Ann (Stafford) Jenkins. She married William "Will" Prosser, April 16, 1858. They had no children.

Elizabeth and Will farmed the land. At one time they had over 800 acres - farming and raising stock.

Elizabeth felt a fondness towards the Westfield Cemetery because so many of her ancestors and family members were buried there. Because of this, she insisted that he husband build a church to go along with the cemetery. Will and Elizabeth had the church built and it was dedicated and presented to the people on Nov. 16, 1902. 
Family links: 
  Thomas Jenkins (1780 - 1837)
  Nancy Ann Stafford Jenkins (1796 - 1875)
  William Prosser (1821 - 1912)*
  Sarah Mary Jenkins Campbell (1819 - 1898)*
  Matilda S. Jenkins Prosser (1821 - 1898)*
  Joshua Jenkins (1822 - 1914)*
  Loucretia Jenkins Stewart (1824 - 1900)*
  James S. Jenkins (1825 - 1863)*
  Nancy Ann Jenkins Murphy (1827 - 1858)*
  Nememiah "Mire" Jenkins (1828 - 1911)*
  Joseph Jenkins (1830 - 1900)*
  Elizabeth Jenkins Prosser (1832 - 1917)
  Bartholomew "Beth" Jenkins (1836 - 1922)*
  Druzilla Jenkins Musselman Faircloth (1837 - 1911)*
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Westfield Cemetery
Poweshiek County
Iowa, USA
Created by: Kit and Morgan Benson
Record added: Jan 12, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6085825
Elizabeth <i>Jenkins</i> Prosser
Added by: B Freed
Elizabeth <i>Jenkins</i> Prosser
Added by: Kit and Morgan Benson
Elizabeth <i>Jenkins</i> Prosser
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- B Freed
 Added: Jun. 19, 2010
The church you had built is still being used today - a quaint & lovely church kept in good condition by the members of the church community. May you rest in peace and know that your legacy continues on, cousin.
- Kit and Morgan Benson
 Added: Dec. 22, 2003

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