|Birth: ||Jan. 11, 1879|
|Death: ||Jan. 29, 1933|
Jennie M. Scott first appears in the 1880 Census in the Seward Co., Nebraska home of her parents, Madison L & Mathursa Scott. In the 1900 Census, she is listed as Jennie Cochran, married, in her parents home in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 1910, widowed, she is still with Madison and Mathursa; also in the home is her son, John M. Cochran (age 9). In 1920, she still is with her parents, but without her son (who died in 1919). We can link John M., Jennie, Jennie's brother William P. Scott, and Mathursa Scott all as living at 1826 P St in Lincoln based on the WW I draft registrations of John and William. On August 1926, the Lincoln Evening Journal announced the marriage of Jennie M. Cochran and David W. Schaburg, "both of Lincoln," in Kansas City. The June 11, 1927 issue of the Lincoln Evening Journal reported that "The local chapter of American War Mothers . . .was called to order by Mrs. Jennie M. Cochran Schaberg, vice president. Finally, WW I Honor Roll, Lancaster Co., Nebraska lists # 149c - Seaman John M. Cochran, Lincoln, NE. Born Lincoln, NE July 23, 1900. Son of John and Jennie Cochran. Entered the service March 28, 1917. U. S. S. New York and U. S. S. Huron. Overseas service.
Thus, it seems clear that Jennie M. Scott first married John Cochran, had a son John Madison Cochran, was widowed, and later married David W. Schaberg.
Provided by contributor Ted Smith
Mathursa Ann Phipps Scott (1857 - 1932)
Madison Lee Scott (1852 - 1925)
David Wallace Schaberg (1875 - 1935)
John Madison Cochran (1900 - 1919)*
Plot: Sec-15 Lot-5217 Gr-5
Created by: Tony & Cindy Lloyd
Record added: Sep 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 59198648