Hadessa Jane (McKinney) Jones, Comanche County, Kansas Hosted by RootsWeb, the oldest & largest FREE genealogical site. Click here to visit RootsWeb.
Bibliography     Biography     Cemeteries     Churches    Cities & Towns     Clubs     Contributors     Diamond Jubilee    Events     FAQ     Genealogy     Guest Book - Sign     Guest Book - View     History     Links     Maps     News Articles     Newspapers     Opry     Photos     Poetry     Queries     Records     Resources    Satellite Images     Schools     Search     Veterans     HOME

The Western Star, September 21, 1923.


(From last week's Protection Post.)

Haddessa Jane McKinney was born April 7, 1864 in Shippenburg, Cumberland-co., Pennsylvania. When 18 years of age she moved with her parents to Springfield, Mo., living there till 1892. In May of that year, she was married to John Milton Jones of Boliver, Mo. They soon left for Kansas, coming overland and arriving in Protection, Comanche-co., June 2nd. Here they have since made their home. Mr. Jones died three years ago next November.

Mrs. Jones was a christian woman, having at an early age united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church, but in recent years had transferred her membership to the Christian church of Protection. To Mr. and Mrs. Jones were born two sons, Edward Clay, who, after an existence of three months, went back to God, and Don Ellis, of Protection.

Mrs. Jones had been a constant sufferer in recent months but on Sunday morning, September 9, the death angel quietly took her away and she now rests. She leaves her son, Ellis and her two sisters and one brother to mourn her going. The sisters are Mrs. Margaret Mae Santer of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs., Anna Greer Grant of Sacramento, Calif., and one brother, Chas. Howlen McKinney, of Wellington, Kans., together with her many friends.

Note: she is buried with her husband in the Protection Cemetery.

Thanks to Shirley Brier for finding, transcribing and contributing the above news article to this web site!

This RootsWeb website is being created by HTML Guy Jerry Ferrin with the able assistance of many Contributors. Your comments, suggestions and contributions of historical information and photographs to this site are welcome. Please sign the Guest Book. This page was last updated 04 March 2005.