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JEFFERSON, Henry Eighty-two years old, a farmer, of near Milton, died at his home yesterday afternoon at 1:20 o'clock following a short illness of pneumonia. Funeral arrangements, which are incomplete, are being made through the Heck & Danford Funeral home in Milton.  He is survived by three daughters, Miss Ola Hatfield, Mrs. Mary Clagg of Milton and Mrs. Linnie McComas of Milton and two sons, Andrew, of Rutland, O., and Albert of Milton. -The Herald-Dispatch, Wednesday, March 22, 1939

JEFFREYS, William H. William H. Jeffreys, 84, a veteran of the Confederate army, died late yesterday at the home of his niece, Mrs. Scott Brown, rear 446 Third avenue.  He was a native of Virginia, but was long a resident of Ironton, O.  He leaves three sons, Frank, of this city, Sam, of Kenova, and James, of Ironton; one brother, James, of Henderson, W. Va., and two sisters, Mary Jeffreys of Cincinnati, and Mrs. Ella Adkins, of Ironton, O.  Funeral services will be conducted at the Brown residence at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, by Adjutant C. A. Trew, of the Salvation Army.  He will be buried at Spring Hill cemetery. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday Morning, May 4, 1922  Civil War Index

JENKINS, Frank
Deaths.
Frank Jenkins, aged 23 years, son of William Jenkins, residing in this county, five miles north of Milton, died on Saturday, January 22nd, 1898, at 4:30 o'clock p. m.  Deceased was an industrious and exemplary young man, and his death is deeply mourned by all his relatives and many friends.  George Jenkins, a younger brother of the deceased, whom we mentioned last week as being dangerously ill with typhoid fever, is reported better by Dr. Morris, his attending physician. -The Cabell Record, Milton, W. Va., Thursday, January 27, 1898


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