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Re: ELIZABETH [JONES] OWEN Wales to Poultney, Vermont mid 1800's; obit sister, Susan JONES HUGHES

Posted: 8 Nov 2003 2:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 31 Aug 2006 12:01PM GMT
Surnames: Aylott, Jones, Hughes, Owen, Williams
Hi Jean,Seeking data [birth, marriage and death dates and places and husband's first name] for Elizabeth JONES, born about 1840 in Wales, daughter of Roland and Emma [Elizabeth] JONES, and married unknown 1st name OWEN of Poultney, Rutland Co., VT. She is the sister of my 2nd great grandmother, Susan JONES, who married John HUGHES of Oneida Co., NY. [See Susan's obituary below].THANKS :-) in advance,Jan JordanObituary May 2, 1917 BARNEVELD, TRENTON, ONEIDA COUNTY, NY, "MRS. JOHN HUGHES Long Time Resident of Town Dies After Long IllnesMrs. John Hughes Succumbs, Following Long Illness Patiently Borne.   Susan Jones, wife of John HUGHES, died yesterday afternoon after a long illness. Mrs. Hughes was a woman of beautiful character, esteemed by all who knew her. She was devoted to the best interests of her home and family. The sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved husband, by whom she was greatly beloved.       Mrs. HUGHES was born in Wales 79 years ago, the daughter of Roland and Elizabeth JONES. She came to America and located in this town when 16 years old, and had lived here ever since, a period of 63 years. April 8, 1859 she married John HUGHES, and seven children were born to them, five of whom are living.           Five of these survive their mother, as follows: Edwin HUGHES and Mrs. Jennie MCINTOSH of Trenton, Frank HUGHES, Chicago, George HUGHES, Syracuse, and Charles HUGHES of Auburn; three sisters, Mrs. Matilda AYLOTT, London, England; Mrs. Elizabeth OWEN, Poultney, Vt., and Mrs. Mary WILLIAMS, Granville. Eight grandchildren also survive.       Mrs. HUGHES bore her last illness with a fortitude and patience that evidenced her strong Christian faith. Her lose is deeply regretted. The funeral is at the convenience of the family." Source is Sept. 8, 1919, Monday morning"Utica Daily Press".
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Sheila Ferchalk 5 Aug 2001 11:54PM GMT 
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jtbushey 29 Nov 2001 4:00PM GMT 
JanEJordan65 8 Nov 2003 9:10PM GMT 
DonnaThomas12... 11 Nov 2003 4:04AM GMT 
JanEJordan65 11 Dec 2004 5:39AM GMT 
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