|Birth: ||1810, Ireland|
|Death: ||Sep. 9, 1854|
Departed this life on Saturday, the 9th instant, Mrs. Jane Aiken, consort of John Aiken, in the 44th year of her age, leaving a husband and four children to lament and mourn her loss. The subject of this notice was a native of Ireland, and removed to America in 1821 in company with her father and his family. She now leaves an aged father, brothers, and one sister. She made a profession of faith in the year 1839 and united herself to the congregation of Salem Church, Little River Fairfield Herald (ibid.) (From The South Carolina Magazine of Historical Research. Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Chester Standard (Continued from p. 104), SCMAR, VOl. 1, Summer 1973, No. 3, p. 123)
Information from FAG member joanne, Jane Marion Aiken - Jane Marion was born about 1810 Ireland, a daughter of Patrick Marion and Jane McNeely of Ireland buried New Hope Cemetery, Fairfield, SC. Jane Marion married John Aiken buried this cemetery and they had the following children: Eleanor Marion Aiken, David Patrick Marion Aiken, Sarah Jane Aiken and John D. Aiken, all born Fairfield, South Carolina. - -joanne
From a copy of a handwritten record, written by the Rev. John Preston Marion (b. 1847) in 1893: "JANE MARION Born in 1810. Married John Aiken, a farmer and a good and industrious man, but rather fond of strong
drink. Died in 1854. Was threatened with consumption. Left four children: Elleanor, David, Sarah, John. Elleanor married a Hutchison, David a Byerly, Sarah a Hutchison, John moved to Pickens County, Alabama. Aunt Jane was tall and slender, fair complexion, black hair, blue eyes. In disposition mild and meek, and rather retired. A member of Salem Presbyterian Church, Fairfield County and buried at that church. In this church it was my privilege to preach for two or three days and I then visited her grave nearby."
(Source: Gwenda Rosebush)
Second wife of John Aiken who outlived her.
Patrick Marion (1771 - 1854)
Jane McNeely Marion (1777 - 1841)
John Aiken (1802 - ____)*
Mary Marion Reed (1800 - 1870)*
James Marion (1800 - 1878)*
Agnus Marion Boyd (1807 - 1833)*
William Marion (1808 - 1846)*
Jane Marion Aiken (1810 - 1854)
Eleanor Marion McDowell (1815 - 1877)*
David Taylor Marion (1816 - 1899)*
John Alexander Marion (1819 - 1897)*
In Memory of
Died 9th of Sept. 1854 in the
44th year of her age
Go home my friends, dry up your tears;
As you are now so once was I as I
Am now so you must be
Prepare for death and follow me.
-- M. A. Brown [stonecutter] Col(umbia) S.C.
Salem Presbyterian Church Cemetery
South Carolina, USA
Maintained by: Richard Hodges
Originally Created by: Ed & Sue Anderson
Record added: Jan 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46996698
Aikens' Revolution Project ~ ARP 2015 Someone remembers, someone cares, someone will whisper your name in their prayers. Atkins/Aikins/Aikens/Akins/Ekins Eakins etc.. forever at kin :) Our motto ~ Time How Short!|
Aurorae Little U.E.
Added: Sep. 5, 2015
Jane Marion Aiken - Jane Marion was born about 1810 Ireland, a daughter of Patrick Marion and Jane McNeely of Ireland buried New Hope Cemetery, Fairfield, SC. Jane Marion married John Aiken buried this cemetery and they had the following children: Elean...(Read more)|
Added: Sep. 14, 2010