|The Peoples Advocate|
October 2, 1914
FRANK JAYNES MET A SAD DEATH
Frank Jaynes , youngest son of Mr. Joseph Jaynes, lost his life in the fire that occurred at the home about 12 o'clock Saturday night. The residence, almost totally consumed, was situated on East Elm Street, between the P.M. church and the residence of Mrs. Rubamah Johnson, and was formerly known as the Samuel Butt's property. Mr. Jaynes and sons William and Frank were living together. The father and William had retired for the night. Frank, who had been in Zanesville, returned on the late Z.& W. train and it is presumed went immediately home. The father, who had not yet gone to sleep, heard the son enter and proceed to prepare himself a lunch. The father, it seems, fell asleep within a few moments afterwards, awakening about an hour later to find the house in flames. The origin is not known, but it is supposed that the fire in some manner originated from the lamp the son used while preparing his lunch. The father and son William made their escape uninjured, but when they sought to rescue the other member of the family they were forced back by the terrible flames. Every possible effort was made by the fireman and ___ to rescue him, but to no avail. As soon as the flames were sufficiently extinguished in that part of the building, entrance was made through a window, but it was found that the unfortunate man had been suffocated.
Frank Jaynes, the seventh son of Joseph and Mattie Jaynes, was born in Shawnee,
Ohio, on May 23, 1886, being at the time of his death aged 28 year, four months and three days. He lived all his
life in Shawnee, and having never married, made his home with his father. He spent his life working in the mines
and at the brick factory and was skilled in the art of temporing clay. He was of a quiet disposition and enjoyed
the friendship of a large circle of his fellow townsmen.
September 3, 1904
Source: Unknown paper
Juliann Jaynes, (nee Shuff) was born in Fayette Co., PA, May 22, 1822. She was united in marriage to Joseph Jaynes, April 15, 1838, and to this union were born 13 children, 9 sons and 4 daughters, eight of this number, 5 sons and 3 daughters, having preceded her to the spirit world. Joseph Jaynes, her husband, also having preceded her in death 45 years ago, having passed away in 1859.
In 1852, with her husband and six children, she removed to Star Furnace, Carter Co., Ky., where she lived, until coming to Shawnee in 1879, the remainder of her life being spent in Shawnee.
She departed this life Sept. 3, 1904, being 82 years, 3 months anbd 12 days old.
She leaves 4 sons and 1 daughter to mourn their loss, of this number 2 sons, Joseph and Canada, and 1 daughter, Mrs. W. H. Shuff, reside in Shawnee, M. F. Jaynes resides at Dealton and Rev. G. N. Jaynes at Cambridge, Ohio. She also leaves 70 grandchildren and 57 great-grandchildren besides a large number of relatives and friends.
At the age of 16 she identified herself with the Presbyterian church, having lived and died in the faith she embraced in her youth.
Funeral services, conducted by Rev. Stubbins, took place on Monday afternoon.
(Submitted by Marcia Hurtt)
|Fort Wayne Journal|
May 26 1908
Mrs Eliza Johnson died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Ida Brickley, on Saturday night from a complication of diseases, aged seventy-four years. She came from Hocking county, Ohio, in 1848, with her parents, Robert and Mary McConnell, and settled on a farm near Ossian. Three children of her family remain--Ida Brickley, Mrs Frank Marston, of Ohio City, O., and Cliff M Johnson, of Hamilton, editor of the Hamilton News. FUneral at Ossian monday afternoon. John McConnell, of Edgerton, Allen county; Mrs Elizabeth Snider, of San Francisco, Cal.; Mrs William Craig and Mrs William Glass, of Ossian, are all the remaining members of the McConnell family.
County Name: Hocking
Newspaper: Unknown Newspaper
Obit: Oct. 28, 1895
Alfred Joy. True in deed is the statement, "That in the midst of life we are in death." "Leaves have their time to fall, and flowers to wither at the north wind's breath, and stars to set - but all - Thou hast all seasons for Thine own, O Death!" For the death-angel has knocked at the bedchamber of a happy home, and one of our loved ones has answered his summons. The subject of our sketch is Alfred Joy, who was born in Frederick county, Md. on June 12, 1817. Departed this life Oct. 24, 1895, Aged 78 years, 4 months and 12 days. When quite a small boy Grandfather Joy, with his father and family imigrated to Harrison county, Ohio. Remaining there a few months he again moved to Muskingum county, Ohio, where he remained until 1853, when he came to Hocking county, Ohio, where he has resided since. Being a resident of this county for forty-two years. In the year of 1837 he was married to Grace Gordon, who preceeded him to the spirit world seven years previous. To this union was born one child, a daughter, who still survives him. He leaves to mourn the loss, two sisters, one daughter, seven grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren, besides a goodly number of friends and relatives. But our loss is his eternal gain. Grandfather Joy had been failing in health fo a number of years, but in the past two years he had suffered intensly, but he bore it calmly and with the patience of a christian, and longed for death to relieve him of his sufferings. The funeral services were conducted at the M. E. Church at Ilesboro, by his pastor, Rev. G. E. Fisher from 1st Corinthians 15:35. His body conveed to the Ilesborough cemetary where the last rites were performed, and his body was placed in its last resting place, there to wait the resurrection.
Farewell, father, brother dear,
We see th face no more,
But soon we hope to meet again
Where partings are no more.
H. T. L.
Haydenville, O., Oct. 28, 1895.
Submitted by A Friend of Free Genealogy