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Simaleus Malious “S. M.” Jones

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Simaleus Malious “S. M.” Jones

Birth
Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee, USA
Death
5 Oct 1934 (aged 64)
Beamsville, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada
Burial
Beamsville, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada GPS-Latitude: 43.1611111, Longitude: -79.4811111
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Gospel preacher who appeared on Ligon's Portraiture of Preachers in 1899.

Evangelist Passes
S. M. Jones, for the past thirty-five years an evangelist in Canada, departed this life on October 5. He was born in Franklin, Tenn., June 15, 1870, and lived on a farm with his parents until twenty-one years of age. He then studied at the Nashville Bible School for five years, preaching during the summers. He taught school at Gadsden, Ala., and continued preaching. About the year 1899 he received a call to go to Meaford, Ontario, to do some evangelistic work, and the remainder of his life, except one year in Pekin, N. Y., was spent in Canada. He founded the Beamsville (Ontario) Bible School, in which he taught the Bible for fourteen years. In September 1900, he was united in marriage to Ida Culp, of Beamsville. To them were born six children. His wife died thirteen years ago. In June 1923, he was married to Ella May Johnstone, of Oakville, Ontario. She, with the six children, survive him. He is also survived by fourteen brothers and sisters, being the first of the large family of children to pass. H. H. Adamson of Detroit. Mich., preached the funeral.--- F. R. Jones, a brother, Nashville. Gospel Advocate, Oct. 25, 1934, 1036.
Gospel preacher who appeared on Ligon's Portraiture of Preachers in 1899.

Evangelist Passes
S. M. Jones, for the past thirty-five years an evangelist in Canada, departed this life on October 5. He was born in Franklin, Tenn., June 15, 1870, and lived on a farm with his parents until twenty-one years of age. He then studied at the Nashville Bible School for five years, preaching during the summers. He taught school at Gadsden, Ala., and continued preaching. About the year 1899 he received a call to go to Meaford, Ontario, to do some evangelistic work, and the remainder of his life, except one year in Pekin, N. Y., was spent in Canada. He founded the Beamsville (Ontario) Bible School, in which he taught the Bible for fourteen years. In September 1900, he was united in marriage to Ida Culp, of Beamsville. To them were born six children. His wife died thirteen years ago. In June 1923, he was married to Ella May Johnstone, of Oakville, Ontario. She, with the six children, survive him. He is also survived by fourteen brothers and sisters, being the first of the large family of children to pass. H. H. Adamson of Detroit. Mich., preached the funeral.--- F. R. Jones, a brother, Nashville. Gospel Advocate, Oct. 25, 1934, 1036.


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  • Created by: Tom Childers
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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/43726486/simaleus_malious-jones: accessed ), memorial page for Simaleus Malious “S. M.” Jones (5 Jun 1870–5 Oct 1934), Find a Grave Memorial ID 43726486, citing Mount Osborne Cemetery, Beamsville, Niagara Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada; Maintained by Tom Childers (contributor 46515204).