Mrs. Nancy A. Jones, widow of
William Jones, passed away Wednesday morning at the old family home in West Middlesex, aged 69 years. Mrs. Jones lived in Greenville many years of her married life and her living sympathetic character endeared her to all. She has been a great sufferer for more than 9 years. Through all her afflictions she never lost her trust in her heavenly father. Her long time friend and family physician says: "I have known Mrs. Jones for 37 years and have always felt that she was a pure noble Christian, who's life corresponded with her profession. She was my highest ideal of what a Christian should be. I have lost one of my best friends I ever had." This expresses about the opinion of all who knew her, so highly was she regarded and loved, and her sweetness of spirit and marvelous patience will ever be a priceless heritage to her dear ones.
The Children surviving are Mrs. J. K. Burnett, Allen Jones, Arthur D. Jones of
Pittsburg, J Fred Jones, Jamestown, New York,
W. Henry Jones, New York City, C. Watson Jones, Mrs. H. B. Reed of Chicago and
Nannie C. Jones at home; also one sister, Mrs. Maria Hum of Cleveland. Funeral services will be held at 2 PM Saturday at the home. Interment in
West Middlesex Cemetary.
GREENVILLE (PA) EVENING RECORD, FRIDAY APRIL 27, 1906
MRS. NANCY A. JONES
Mrs. Nancy A. Jones, widow of William Jones, and an aunt of
Mesdames J. G. White, S. J. Byers and George Reznor,
died at the family home in West Middlesex on Wednesday of last week, aged 69 years. She had been an invalid and a great sufferer for many years and the announcement that she had passed away caused no surprise. Her entire life was spent in Mercer county and she was widely known and esteemed, especially in the Shenango Valley.
She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Maria Hum of Cleveland, and the following children:
Allan, Arthur, and Mrs. J. K. Burnett of Pittsburgh;
J. F. of Jamestown, New York; W. H. of New York; C. W. and
Mrs. H. Reed of Chicago and Miss Nannie
at home. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, interment being made in West Middlesex
MERCER DISPATCH (PA) FRIDAY MAY 4, 1906
obituaries submitted by Bob McKeon