Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries: Surnames starting with "J"
Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries
Surnames starting with
JACKSON --- Walter JACKSON Lincoln Republican --- Thursday, November 29, 1917
---Walter JACKSON was born in Cloud County, Kansas, near Simpson, March 15, 1892. When he was four years old the family moved to near Barnard in this county where he grew to manhood. He was married to Miss Alice MURPHY May 23, 1917; died at St. Johns Hospital, Salina, Kansas, November 23, 1917. The funeral was held at the M. E. Church in Barnard Friday, Nov. 23, Rev Griffith of the the Baptist Church preaching the funeral sermon. Interment was in Old Milo Cemetery. He leaves to mourn his loss the wife, father, mother, six brothers and three sisters.
Walter was very popular among the young set in his community, and two years ago he, with his brother Bronce, made the Barnard High School football team well nigh invincible. Both of the boys were musically inclined and wer much in demand at social and musical events and were always ready to do their bit in the community life. It is hard to realize that Walter has passed away, taken as it were from strong young manhood into eternity almost without warning. Would that we could find words of comfort for the sorrowing girl-widow, so recently a happy bride, and to the loving parents and brothers and sisters. Added note: This obituary appears in the paper with two other obituaries for Mrs. Fred CROWL and Mrs. Will WILD (which can both be found on this webpage!). Next to the obituaries is the following short notice: "Grief Multiplied" --- Alee JACKSON and family of Barnard, certainly had an overflowing measure of sorrow last week. Alee's son Walter was buried last Friday afternoon and that night Mrs. Will WILD, west of Barnard, a sister of Mr. JACKSON, died and the same night Mrs. Fred CROWL, south of Barnard, a niece of Mr. JACKSON, died. Surely their cup of sorrow is running over. submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers. No relation to us.JELLISON --- David JELLISON Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, March 3, 1932
---David JELLISON was born at South Bend, Ind., July 27, 1852. Passed away at his home in Lincoln county Feb. 24, 1932, age 80 years, 7 months, 28 days.
In 1880 he was united in marriage to Miss Almenia SHEPHERD. To this union seven children were born.
Mr. and Mrs. JELLISON moved to Lincoln county in 1902, residing here until death. He was a member of the Dunkard church.
He was a kind and loving husband, father, and neighbor. He has been afflicted with cancer for about 21 years, and has been a constant sufferer, but bore it patiently.
He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and seven children, Mrs. Dick KRINEN of Maple Plaines, Minn.; Sam of Lincoln; Henry and Dave of Moline, Kan.; Nettie of St. Paul, Minn.; Alonzo and William of Vesper. [Buried Lincoln cemetery]
JENKINS --- Paul F. JENKINS The Denver Rocky Mountain News, Monday, December 28, 1998, Page 18B
---Paul F. JENKINS, 82, of Lakewood, CO, died December 22, 1998. Services
were December 24, with burial at Crown Hill Cemetery. Mr. JENKINS was
born in Lincoln County, Kan., on March 8, 1916. He married Lucille LEHN
TERRY, 1975. He was a shoe and boot repairman. Survivors include his
wife; sons Jon of Howard, CO; Joe of Nevada; Jan of Arizona; daughter
Cheryl of Kansas; sister, Doris PROTHE of Kansas; 10 grandchildren;
numerous great-grandchildren. This obituary was submitted by Marta Norton --- (email: email@example.com)JOHNSON --- Robert JOHNSON Lincoln County Beacon Thursday, January 20, 1881.
---(From Salt Creek are local news) Died, on January 13, in Scott Township, Robert JOHNSON, of lung fever.JOSLIN --- Marie LEWICK JOSLIN Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, 18 October 1956
--- Marie Lewick JOSLIN died suddenly of a heart attack in her home Oct. 9
in Buffalo, N.Y.
Marie Lewick was born in the Pleasant Valley community, May 14, 1902, was
the youngest child of the late John and Emma LEWICK.
She moved to Lincoln with her parents in 1904 when she was a small child.
She attended Lincoln grade school and was graduated from Lincoln high school
In 1921 she was united in marriage in Salina, Kansas, to Howard R.
JOSLIN, and to this union one daughter, Joan, was born.
She lived in Salina a short time, but due to her husband having
employment with the Veterans Administration, he was transferred to St.
Louis, Batavia, New York and finally to Buffalo where they resided at the
time of her death.
She leaves to mourn her passing besides her husband, one daughter, Mrs.
Frederick STUTZ, Baghdad, Iraq; two brothers, Alvin and W.A. LEWICK,
Lincoln; one sister, Mrs. L.A. COOPER, Hollister, Calif.; four half sisters,
Mrs. Letitia BOHLING, Mrs. Sadie O'TOOLE, Mrs. Lena KILCOYNE, all of
Lincoln; Mrs Elsie HEDRICK, Geneseo; two half brothers, John and Grant
LEWICK, and many others relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held at 9:30 a.m. in St. Mark's church in Buffalo,
and interment was in Olivet cemetery, Buffalo, N.Y.
submitted by Tracee Hamilton (Note: This is my great-aunt. I can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org)