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 Jane E “Jennie” <I>Ross</I> Reames

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Jane E “Jennie” Ross Reames

Birth
Jackson County, Oregon, USA
Death
14 Oct 1927 (aged 72)
Jackson County, Oregon, USA
Burial
Jacksonville, Jackson County, Oregon, USA
Memorial ID
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Jennie E. Ross Reames, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. John E. Ross, pioneers of Jackson county, died at her home on Wagner creek from Bright's disease, from which she had been ill for eleven months. Every possible attention in the way of medical aid had been given her by her devoted husband and daughter and her maid, Genie Williams, who had been faithful in her devotion to Mrs. Reames for the past 14 years. She was past worthy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star of the state of Oregon for the years 1908-9, and a charter member of the Adarel chapter of Jacksonville which she helped organize. Her membership in the O.E.S. at present is in Klamath Falls, Ore. She was also a member of the Daughters of the Revolution Chapter in Klamath Falls.

Jennie E. Ross was married to Evan R. Reames, near Jacksonville, Oregon on October 2, 1873, at the Ross home, and to this union was born one daughter, Mrs. Frank W. Jennings of Lihua Kauai, Territory of Hawaii. The daughter has been with her mother in her illness for more than a year. October 2nd was the 54th anniversay of their wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Reames had resided in Klamath Falls since 1880, spending their summers at their country home on Wagner creek. Mrs. Reames was born near Jacksonville, March 2, 1855, and her age at the time of her death was 72 years, seven months and 12 days.

Mrs. Reames is survived by her husband, E.R. Reames, and one daughter, Mrs. Frank W. Jennings; three brothers and one sister, George, Thomas and John E. Ross of Central Point, Ore., and Mrs. Rufus Phelps, Portland, Ore.


The funeral services will be held at the Perl funeral home, Sunday at 2 p.m., Rev. E.P. Lawrence officiating. Interment at Jacksonville cemetery.

The Klamath Falls chapter of O.E.S. will have charge of the services at the grave.

Jennie E. Ross Reames, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. John E. Ross, pioneers of Jackson county, died at her home on Wagner creek from Bright's disease, from which she had been ill for eleven months. Every possible attention in the way of medical aid had been given her by her devoted husband and daughter and her maid, Genie Williams, who had been faithful in her devotion to Mrs. Reames for the past 14 years. She was past worthy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star of the state of Oregon for the years 1908-9, and a charter member of the Adarel chapter of Jacksonville which she helped organize. Her membership in the O.E.S. at present is in Klamath Falls, Ore. She was also a member of the Daughters of the Revolution Chapter in Klamath Falls.

Jennie E. Ross was married to Evan R. Reames, near Jacksonville, Oregon on October 2, 1873, at the Ross home, and to this union was born one daughter, Mrs. Frank W. Jennings of Lihua Kauai, Territory of Hawaii. The daughter has been with her mother in her illness for more than a year. October 2nd was the 54th anniversay of their wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Reames had resided in Klamath Falls since 1880, spending their summers at their country home on Wagner creek. Mrs. Reames was born near Jacksonville, March 2, 1855, and her age at the time of her death was 72 years, seven months and 12 days.

Mrs. Reames is survived by her husband, E.R. Reames, and one daughter, Mrs. Frank W. Jennings; three brothers and one sister, George, Thomas and John E. Ross of Central Point, Ore., and Mrs. Rufus Phelps, Portland, Ore.


The funeral services will be held at the Perl funeral home, Sunday at 2 p.m., Rev. E.P. Lawrence officiating. Interment at Jacksonville cemetery.

The Klamath Falls chapter of O.E.S. will have charge of the services at the grave.


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