She was united in marriage to John A. Taylor January 1, 1902. To this union one son was born; 4 weeks old.
She leaves to mourn her early departure, a husband, a mother, Mrs. William Wheeler, of West Creek, three brothers: Charles, of Valparaiso, John and Jesse, of West Creek; five sisters: Eunice, now Mrs. William McCarty, of Lowell, Bertha, now Mrs. O. Edgerton, of Creston, Martha, now Mrs. Edward Bryant of near Hebron, Ella, now Mrs. B.H. Taylor, of West Creek, Miss Maud Wheeler, of West Creek, and a host of friends.
Jennie was of that cheerful, sociable, lively nature, which is admired and loved. She was well and favorably known by her acquaintances. Her loss and early departure is mourned by her many friends as well as her near relatives.
Her funeral, which was very largely attended, occurred from the M.E. church, Lowell, Sunday, November 9th. Elder John Bruce preached the funeral discourse. Funeral Director Stowell had charge of the burial service. Interment in the Lowell Cemetery. The TRIBUNE extends sincere sympathy to the bereaved husband and relatives of the deceased.
Go to Jennie Wheeler Taylor, "Pioneer History Index," for further information.
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