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Harriett <I>Jones</I> Jeffers

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Harriett Jones Jeffers

Birth
Death
Apr 1891 (aged 61–62)
Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, USA GPS-Latitude: 39.60815, Longitude: -75.8246083
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Sister of Captain John Thomas Jones.
Wife of William Jeffers.
Mother to Thomas, Herman, Florence Clay, and William.

Name may appear as Jeffries on tombstone.

Death of Mrs. Jeffers.
Mrs. Harriett Jeffers an aged and respected lady of this town died at the home
of her son William Jeffers on Wednesday last in her 68th year. Mrs. Jeffers had
been in her usual health but was stricken with paralysis which spendily resulted
in her death. She was the widow of the late William Jeffers a well known farmer
of this vicinity, and a sister of our esteemed townsman Capt. J. T. Jones. Mrs.
Jeffers was the mother of four children three sons and one daughter. Of her
sons two survive her Herman and William Jeffers both well known citizens of this
town, her third son Thomas who was a union soldier having lost his live in the
army, her daughter Florence being the wife of Capt. Joseph Clay. Mrs. Jeffers
has been a sufferer during recent years having undergone the amputation of a leg
a number of years ago, since which affliction she has been confined to her home,
on account of her lameness. She was a patient sufferer and was endeared to a
large circle of friends. Her funeral services were held yesterday (Friday)
afternoon her remains being interred in the Elkton cemetery.
Sister of Captain John Thomas Jones.
Wife of William Jeffers.
Mother to Thomas, Herman, Florence Clay, and William.

Name may appear as Jeffries on tombstone.

Death of Mrs. Jeffers.
Mrs. Harriett Jeffers an aged and respected lady of this town died at the home
of her son William Jeffers on Wednesday last in her 68th year. Mrs. Jeffers had
been in her usual health but was stricken with paralysis which spendily resulted
in her death. She was the widow of the late William Jeffers a well known farmer
of this vicinity, and a sister of our esteemed townsman Capt. J. T. Jones. Mrs.
Jeffers was the mother of four children three sons and one daughter. Of her
sons two survive her Herman and William Jeffers both well known citizens of this
town, her third son Thomas who was a union soldier having lost his live in the
army, her daughter Florence being the wife of Capt. Joseph Clay. Mrs. Jeffers
has been a sufferer during recent years having undergone the amputation of a leg
a number of years ago, since which affliction she has been confined to her home,
on account of her lameness. She was a patient sufferer and was endeared to a
large circle of friends. Her funeral services were held yesterday (Friday)
afternoon her remains being interred in the Elkton cemetery.


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