|Birth: ||1873, USA|
|Death: ||Jul. 17, 1930|
In Memory Of Ida Jacobs
A Poem Titled,'Rose Beyond the Wall'
A rose once grew
where all could see,
a garden wall,
And as the days passed
it spread its branches, straight and tall...
One day, a beam of light
a crevice that had
opened wide ~
The rose bent gently
toward its warmth
then passed beyond
to the other side
Now, you who deeply
feel its loss,
be comforted ~ the rose blooms there ~
its beauty even greater now,
God's own loving care.
by A.L. Frink
Poem Contributed by Janet Milburn #47529757
Mrs. Ida B. Jacobs, wife of Dr. J. C. Jacobs, died last Thursday night (July 17, 1930) at the family home in Miami, Okla. She had been critically ill for some time. She was 57 years old. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Christian Church in Miami and burial was in the G.A.R. Cemetery there. Mrs. Jacobs is survived by her husband, two sons Lee Jacobs of Miami and Ensign T. D. Jacobs of the U.S. Navy and one daughter, Miss Etta, at home, one sister, Mrs. Mattie Cottengim, of Norwood, Mo., and 3 brothers Amos and W. H. Rue of Lebanon, Mo., and Louis Rue of McPherson, Kans.
(Excerpted from "The Norwood Index" by Phyllis Rippee. September 29, 2009)
Thanks to Find A Grave contributor Neville Wilson
Added 18 July 2013
Ida Rue md. 25 August 1895 in Morgan, Laclede County, MO to John Charles Jacobs (1870-1937).
They are both buried in G.A.R. Cemetery, Miami OK, according to family history.
John Charles Jacobs (1870 - 1937)*
Etta Morine Jacobs (1896 - 1978)*
Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery
Created by: Janet Milburn
Record added: Dec 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 82258600
.....Now, you who deeply feel its loss, be comforted - the rose blooms there- its beauty even greater now, nurtured by God's own loving care. ~Excerpt from Frink poem|
Added: Jul. 19, 2013