Klock was born on 29 Mar 1894. She was born on 29 Mar 1894
in Fowler, St. Lawrence, NY. She died on 27 Oct 1923.
She died on 27 Oct 1923 in Watertown, Jefferson, NY. Her obituary
appeared on 29 Oct 1923 in the Watertown Daily Times of Watertown, Jefferson,
NY, as follows: "Mrs. Hannah K. Jackson Passes Away At Hospital.
Farmer's Wife Had Lived Nearly Whole Life In Fowler. Gouverneur, Oct. 29.--The
death of Mrs. Hannah Klock Jackson, wife of Andrew Jackson, who resides near
the village of Philadelphia, occurred Saturday afternoon at the House of the
Good Samaritan, Watertown. The remains were taken to the late home in Philadelphia
Sunday afternoon, by the Sprague and Mott undertaking firm of this village.
"The funeral services will be held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2,
Rev. B. J. Davidson, pastor of the Philadelphia Methodist church officiating.
The remains will be brought to this village and interment made in Riverside cemetery
after the services.
"Mrs. Jackson was born near Emeryville in the town of Fowler, March 29,
1894, and spent nearly all of her life in this section. Her parents were Bates
and Martha Nice Klock, the mother surviving the daughter.
"The survivors are the husband, five children, Kathleen, Vivian, George,
James and Carleton, all residing at home; the mother, Mrs. Klock; two sisters,
Mrs. John W. Booth of Stockton, California and Mrs. Frank Bressette of Ogdensburg;
and three brothers, William Klock of Gouverneur, Amos Klock of Cleveland, Ohio,
and George Klock of Spragueville." She was buried in Riverside cemetery,
Gouverneur, St. Lawrence, NY.
Hannah Klock and Andrew Jackson were
married on 1 Apr 1911 in Gouverneur, St. Lawrence, NY. Recorded as
#2042, St. Lawrence county clerk's office. Andrew S. Jackson, white, of Gouverneur,
age 23, farmer, first marriage, born Hallville, Ontario, to James R. Jackson,
and Dianna Lennox, both born Winchester, Ontario, and Hannah E. Klock, white,
of Gouverneur, age 18, housekeeper, first marriage, born Fowler to Bates O. Klock,
born Fowler, and Martha Neil, born Theresa, were married 1 Apr 1911, at Gouverneur,
by Rev. J. S. Wilds. Andrew Jackson (son of James
R. Jackson and Dianna Lennox) was born in 1888 in Hallville, Ontario, Canada.
He died on 16 Oct 1958 in Potsdam, St. Lawrence, NY. His obituary
appeared on 17 Oct 1958 in the Watertown Daily Times of Watertown, Jefferson,
NY, as follows: "Andrew Jackson Succumbs at 70. Madrid, Oct.
17.--Andrew J. Jackson, 70, a farmer near Lisbon and formerly of the Gouverneur
area, died at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Potsdam hospital, where he had been a
patient two weeks. Death was attributed to a heart condition.
"The funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Mann funeral home here,
Rev. George Jock, pastor of the Lisbon Presbyterian church, officiating. Burial
will be in Riverside cemetery, Gouverneur. Bearers will be Homer Goldie, Francis
Lottie, John Hargrave, Lawrence Martin, Alton Pemberton and Sterling Sharp.
"Mr. Jackson is survived by three children by his first wife, a daughter,
Mrs. Kenneth (Vivian) White, Star Lake, and two sons, George, Star Lake and Karlton
Buzette, Ogdensburg, who was adopted by an aunt, Mrs. Frank Buzette; his second
wife, Mrs. Iva Speers Jackson, and grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Two
children by the first marriage, Mrs. Glenn (Cathleen) Adams and James Jackson,
are dead. James was killed in World War II." He was buried in Riverside
cemetery, Gouverneur, St. Lawrence, NY. Hannah Klock and Andrew Jackson
had the following children:
R. Jackson was born on 17 Sep 1921 in Lisbon, St. Lawrence, NY.
He died about Jul 1944 in Saipan. His obituary appeared on 15 Jan
1945 in the Watertown Daily Times of Watertown, Jefferson, NY, as follows:
"Lisbon Soldier Listed Killed. Pvt. James R. Jackson formerly reported
missing on Siapan. Lisbon, Jan. 15.--Andrew Jackson received a telegram from
the adjutant general advising him that his son, Pvt. James R. Jackson, who has
been missing in action since July on Siapan, was killed.
"Pvt. Jackson was a member of an infantry regiment of the 27th Division
which took part in the invasion and the bloody conquest of Saipan.
"Pvt. Jackson was born Sept. 17, 1921, in Lisbon. He enlisted in the
army Oct. 20, 1941 and in April, 1942, was transferred to the Hawaiian Islands
where he had been stationed until some time in May. He never had a furlough or
saw any of his relatives since he joined the army in 1941.
"Besides his father he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Glen E. Adams,
Ogdensburg, Mrs. Kenneth White, Lisbon, also two brothers, George White [sic],
Lisbon, and Carlton Bresett, Canton. His mother died in 1923." He served
in the military during WW II.
|Carlton E. Bressette.|