|Jennie M. (Alderman) Jenness
November 29, 1847 ~
November 30, 1928
|Fort Wayne, Journal Gazzette,
Fort Wayne Indiana,
May 29, 1924, Page 5
Fort Wayne, Journal Gazzette,
Fort Wayne Indiana,12/1/1928,
Charles H. Jenness, 79, died last
evening about 6 o'clock at his home,
615 Home Avenue, after an illness of
six months from complications. Besides
the widow, he is survived by one son,
Dayton H. Jenness, of his city, and two
daughters, Mrs. S.S. French of
Youngstown, O., and Mrs. C.E.
Kendrick, of this city. Five grandsons,
and two granddaughters also survive.
Funeral services will be held at the
home of the daughter, Mrs. Kendrick,
501 Oakdale drive, at 2 o'clock
Saturday afternooon, Rev. Harry C.
Harmon, of the Wayne Street M.E.
church offciating. Burial will be made
Mrs. Jennie M. Jenness, 81, died Friday
afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mr.
C. E. Kendrick, 501 Oakdale Drive. Mrs.
Kenness was a member of one of the pioneer
families of the city, being the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Alderman. She was
born and lived all her life in this city. She
was a member of the Wayne Street
Methodist Episcopal church. Surviving are
two daughters, Mrs. Kendrick, this city and
Mrs. S.S. French of Canton, O.: one son,
Dayton Jenness of Columbus, Oh,: five
grandsons, two granddaughters; one great
granddaughter. Funeral services will be
held at the home of Mrs. Kendrick Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev Asher S. Preston
officiating. Burial in Lindenwood.
|Charles Henry Jenness
June 27, 1844 ~
May 28, 1924