Friday, April 25, 2008


Mrs. Jemima Wilson

The East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Jemima (Barnes) Wilson, wife of E. F. Wilson, died a their home at the corner of Minerva and Sophia streets, at 11:15 o'clock last night (Nov. 2, 1906) after being ill since July, 190?. The deceased was born in Wood county, West Virginia, August 2?, 1858, and was wedded to Mr. Wilson in 1880, to which union were born two daughters, Jessie and Maud, both single and living at home.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and children moved to this city in September 1905, from Parkersbutg. Besides her husband and daughters, Mrs. Wilson is survived by three brothers, James Pope Barnes of Parkersburg, John Barnes of Greely, Col., and Thomas Barnes of Tennessee, also two sisters, Mrs. D. N. Wilson of East End and Mrs. Margaret Staten of Parkersburg. Funeral announcement will be made later. Interment in Riverview cemetery.

The deceased was a consistent member of the Baptist church, as were all the members of her family. She bore her affliction bravely until death.

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