|Birth: ||Jun. 2, 1845|
|Death: ||Aug. 10, 1969|
Isabella P. Rogers Jaques, wife of Samuel Randolph Jaques. She died in Macon, where she and Samuel married and lived. Samuel had been the captain of the Eagle Guards, Company A, of the Columbus Factory Guards and finished the war as a Major. His younger brother, James B. Jaques, Jr., is my second great-grandfather.
According to the 1850 census (Richmond, VA), she was Isabella P. Rogers. According to the Georgia marriage record, she was the wife of Samuel Randolph Jaques (usually seen as S.R. Jaques), and the were married and she died in Macon, Georgia. But S.R. was part of the Columbus Factory Guards. He came to Georgia with his father and two younger brothers, James B., Jr. (my 2nd great-grandfather) and George W. James B., Sr., was in partnership with his brother, Richard W. Jaques in Columbus in the carriage trade. Apparently James traveled to and from New York to order the carriages and Richard stayed put. After the Civil War, Richard became a tax collector and they wrapped up the business. Samuel had moved to Macon. James B., Sr., died in 1873 a few weeks after his return from a trip and is buried in New Jersey. Richard and George as well as Samuel and his second wife are buried in Macon.
Created by: J. G. Ivey
Record added: Feb 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34285003
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