|Birth: ||Mar. 16, 1851|
|Death: ||Oct. 2, 1940|
Son of Oliver M and 2nd wife Caroline Buffum Jones
Thomas Jones 1846-1863
Richard Jones 1847-1862
Sarah Jones Shaw 1848-1927
George Jones 1850-1934
Betsy Ann Jones Wycoff 1853-
1/2 siblings:(mother Oliver's 1st wife Mary Cozad)
Nancy Jane Jones 1835-1923
Sophia Jones Shaw 1838-1922
Mary Ann Jones Oviatt 1841-
Oliver Perry Jones 1843-1844
1/2 siblings: (mother Oliver's 3rd wife Eliza Ennett)
Alice W Jones Lowe Shaw 1872-1960
Lemuel W Jones 1874-1956
Benjamin Charles Jones 1877-1964
Married Mary Ann McCullough Aug 18, 1871
Minnie Ann Jones Knapp 1873-1959
James Franklin Jones 1875-19313
Thomas William Jones 1876-1946
Jennie Rebecca Jones 1878-1919
Rhoda E Jones 1879-1979
Newton Isaac Jones 1881-1956
Albert Berton Jones 1882-1930
Oliver O Jones 1885-1918
Alva Holley Jones 1887-1935
Clara L Jones 1890-1982
Wilbur George Jones 1891-1971
Lola S Jones 1894-1981
Ray Jennings Jones 1897-1969
History of Taylor County Iowa
Isaac Newton Jones was born in Lewiston Illinois, March 16, 1851. He moved to Iowa when very young. Mary Ann McCullough was born near Bloomfield, Iowa, April 4, 1855. She married Isaac Jones, August 18, 1871. They moved to Wayne County where they lived more than twenty years. Eleven children were born. They moved to Taylor County in 1893.
The mother and small children came to New Market by train. The oldest daughter was married and stayed in Wayne County. The father and older sons came by wagon. They drove their cattle across four counties. They rented a farm near New Market. Later they bought the farm.
There were two more babies born, a girl and a boy. When the sons were old enough to do the farm work, their father worked away part time. He bought apples and potatoes by the train car load. He shipped them to different towns and sold them.
When Oklahoma was a new state, the father and son, Alva, went to "homestead" or buy some land. They soon returned to Iowa.
In 1919 Alva and his family moved to Oklahoma where he lived the rest of his life. He passed away May, 1935.
Thirteen children were in this family. All grew up until the oldest was 45 years old and the youngest was 21 years old, then two died 26 days apart. Oliver had the flu and was sick three days and died Dec. 18, 1918. He was 32 years old. Jennie Cooper, 40 years old, died with heart trouble, January 13, 1919.
Oliver had never married. He lived on the farm with his parents and did the farming.
The farm was rented to a young couple. Grandmother moved to New Market where she lived the rest of her life.
The fall of 1921, she went to Allerton to visit her oldest daughter and her son, Tom, and their families. She took sick with the flu and passed away in November at the age of 66. Grandpa lived until October, 1940. He was 89 years old.
This remarkable family grew up when children's diseases were deadly. There was not a doctor in their home before they moved to Taylor County, just a "mid-wife".
They raised most of their food. Not one of the fifteen members in their family had cancer. Twelve children married, not one divorced. Two were married twice; their first mate had died.
Taylor County Herald
Thursday October 17, 1940 p. 4
Isaac N. Jones.
Isaac N. [ewton] Jones was born at Lewiston, Ill., March 6, 1851 and died at the home of his daughter in Allerton, Iowa, October 2, 1940, aged 89 years, 6 months and 16 days.
On August 18, 1871 he was united in marriage to Mary A. [nn] McCullough and to this union were born 13 children, eight boys and five girls. His wife and 4 children, Ollie, Jennie, Frank and Alva [Holley] preceded him in death.
Left to mourn are his children Thomas and Minnie of Allerton; Newton and Wilber of New Market; Clara Baker of Gravity; Lola Luellen of Troy, Kansas; Rhoda of Berkeley, Calif.; Bert of Des Moines, and Ray [Jennings] of Lincoln, Nebraska. His grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren and a host of friends also mourn.
He was converted in later life, uniting with the Baptist church and was a faithful member to the end. In his last illness he was kind and cheerful and when he realized he was nearing the end, he chose his own Scripture and made various suggestions for his funeral.
He was a kind and loving father, a good neighbor and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Pallbearers were Keith Luellen, Arlen Luellen, Darrel Cooper, Eldon Jones, Joan Jones and Dan Jones.
Oliver Morgan Jones (1813 - 1887)
Caroline E Buffum Jones (1826 - 1870)
Mary Ann McCullough Jones (1855 - 1921)*
Minnie Ann Jones Knapp (1873 - 1959)*
James Franklin Jones (1875 - 1931)*
Thomas William Jones (1876 - 1946)*
Jennie Rebecca Jones Cooper (1878 - 1919)*
Rhoda E Jones O'Dell (1879 - 1979)*
Newton I Jones (1881 - 1956)*
Albert Berton Jones (1882 - 1962)*
Oliver Owen Jones (1885 - 1918)*
Alva Holley Jones (1888 - 1935)*
Clara Jones Baker (1890 - 1982)*
Wilbur George Jones (1891 - 1971)*
Lola Jones Luellen (1894 - 1981)*
Ray Jennings Jones (1897 - 1968)*
Nancy Jane Jones Livingston (1835 - 1923)**
Sophia Jones Shaw (1838 - 1922)**
Mary Ann Jones Oviatt (1841 - 1910)**
Oliver Perry Jones (1843 - 1844)**
Thomas L Jones (1845 - 1863)*
Richard M Jones (1847 - 1862)*
Sarah Ann Jones Shaw (1848 - 1927)*
George Washington Jones (1849 - 1934)*
Isaac Newton Jones (1851 - 1940)
Elizabeth Ann Jones Wyckoff (1852 - 1926)*
Alice Wood Jones Lowe (1871 - 1960)**
Jesse Theodore Buffum (1871 - 1955)**
Lemuel William Jones (1874 - 1956)**
Benjamin Cozad Jones (1877 - 1964)**
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Record added: Jul 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55451186
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My maternal 2nd great grandfather. Father of Minnie Jones Knapp|
Added: Oct. 14, 2010