|Birth: ||Nov. 3, 1859|
|Death: ||Nov. 9, 1951|
Online death certificate.
He was born in San Saba county, Texas. He married Mary Elizabeth Corn 1878-1958..
His father was Richard Stombie Jennings (1836-1905)and mother was Mary W Shults (1838-1927)
Children Living (-) Living (-) William Hugh (1895-1957) Buck (1895-) Joseph C (1899-) Willis W (1903-) Etta M (1904-) Anna P (1907-) Annie P (1907-) Thomas (1907-) Mary L (1909-) Mary L (1909-)
per Robert Awalt
Arizona Record newspaper, Nov. 15, 1951:
Retired Gila Cattleman Is Laid To Rest
Last rites for Luther Jennings, 92-year-old retired cattleman, were held Tuesday at 3 p.m. from the Globe Memorial Chapel with the Rev. L. T. Knotter, Jr., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating.
Jennings, a Globe resident for 33 years, died Friday at his home here. Born Nov. 3, 1859, at Georgetown, Texas, he operated cattle ranches in Gila county for many years.
Miss Lillian Leonard sang "Nearer My God to Thee" and "The Old Rugged Cross," at the final rites.
Jennings is survived by five sons, W. H., Willis, Charles L., Walter R., all of Show Low, and Jack of Seneca; and three daughters, Mrs. Etta Clark and Mrs. Mary Jackson, both of Globe, and Mrs. Pearl Allen of Glendale.
Burial was in Globe Cemetery.
Richard S. Jennings (1836 - 1905)
Mary Schultz Jennings (1832 - 1927)
Mary E. Corn Jennings (1878 - 1958)
Luther Jennings (1859 - 1951)
William F Jennings (1866 - 1946)*
Joseph Jennings (1872 - 1967)*
Maintained by: Brasshat
Originally Created by: C.C.
Record added: Feb 09, 2009
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