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Agnes Louise Jones Jones
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Birth: Jul. 5, 1859
Worcestershire, England
Death: Nov. 20, 1937
Quebec, Canada

December 24, 1880 Thomas Edward Jones married Agnes Louise Jones the daughter of John & Hannah (Harwood) Jones.

Per family history, their son, Edward William Bentley Jones was born in England (1881) and after that they moved to Aylmer, Quebec, Canada. Thomas was a painter by trade. He had a home built at 70 Thomas Street which was later changed to 103 Thomas Street and lived there until his death. The street was named after Thomas Edward Jones. The home is listed in notable architectures in at least one article in an Aylmer documentary. When I visited in 1994, his descendant still resided in the home. The rest of the children were born in Aylmer.

Burial place is from registered copy from the Diocese of Ottawa Parish of Aylmer Christ Church, Aylmer, Quebec (a true extract from the Register of Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials of the above mentioned church). 
Family links: 
  John Jones (1819 - ____)
  Hannah Harwood Jones (1823 - ____)
  Thomas Edward Jones (1863 - 1932)*
  Edward William Bentley Jones (1881 - 1980)*
  Edgar Hodges Jones (1884 - 1958)*
  Agnes C Jones Marcotte (1888 - 1982)*
*Calculated relationship
Conroy Cemetery
Outaouais Region
Quebec, Canada
Created by: Billie Jasper
Record added: Mar 17, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 126489305
Agnes Louise <i>Jones</i> Jones
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Agnes Louise <i>Jones</i> Jones
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Agnes Louise <i>Jones</i> Jones
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Honoring you today my Great Great Grandmother. We loved horses in common. You would love one being on your memorial. Rest in peace.
- Billie Jasper
 Added: Apr. 8, 2014

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