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1. Title:   1900 IL Census - Enoch White Jackson
Page:   Ridgeland Township, Iroquois Co., IL, Page 6
2. Title:   Genealogy of the John Jackson Family
3. Title:   Internet Resource: http://www.calweb.com
4. Title:   Fairview Cemetery Search - Littlefield Family
5. Title:   Mrs. Eldon (Martha Jane) Biehl - Littlefield Family
6. Title:   Pauline Naomi Jackson Shroyer Simmons
7. Title:   Eva Amanda Jackson McConnehey
8. Title:   1920 IN Census - Enoch White Jackson
Page:   Huntington Twp., Huntington Co., IN - Page 118A, Line 20-24 (Bad Microfilm)
9. Title:   Cemetery Deed - Enoch White Jackson
10. Title:   1880 IN Census - Enoch White Jackson
Page:   Miller, Dearborn, Indiana, Source: FHL Film 1254272 National Archives Film T9-0272, Page 248A
11. Title:   1910 IN Census - Enoch White Jackson
Page:   1910 IN Census located by paid subscription at Internet Web Site: http://ancestry.com on March 5, 2002
12. Title:   Obituary - Enoch White Jackson
Page:   Huntington, Indiana Herald-Press, Monday, October 27, 1941
13. Title:   Certificate of Death - Enoch White Jackson
Page:   State of Illinois, Department of Public Health - Division of Vital Statistics, Registered No. 28873; Registration Dist. No. 3104
14. Title:   Autopsy - Enoch White Jackson
15. Title:   Unknown Newspaper Clipping - Enoch White Jackson
16. Title:   Cemetery/Tombstone - Enoch White Jackson
Page:   Lester Binnie's Cemetery Records of Chester Twp., Wabash Co., IN p. 15, Section 1, row 20; Visual Confirmation by Mrs. Eldon (Martha Jane) Biehl
17. Title:   Marriage Index - Enoch White Jackson and Rosa May Littlefield
Page:   Ford Co., IL, Vol. 1, Pg. 178, License No. 5071
18. Title:   Marriage License/Certificate - Enoch White Jackson and Rosa May Littlefield
Page:   Marriage Record Book One, Page 178, Piper City, Ford Co., IL
19. Title:   Honeymoon - Enoch White Jackson and Rosa May Littlefield
20. Title:   Marriage Record - Enoch White Jackson and Rozella Griest
Page:   Wabash Marriage Records 1900-1925, Pg. 16-34

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a. Note:   6. Enoch "Jum" White JACKSON b. Friday, August 4, 1865 in Petersburg, Boone Co., KY. Son of Merit Craig JACKSON and Amanda LEMMING. Enoch married Rosa May LITTLEFIELD on May 10, 1893 in Piper City, Ford Co., IL. Daughter of Daniel Benjamin LITTLEFIELD and Mary Louisa BEARDSLEY. Rosa d. Wednesday, January 16, 1907 at 34 Years 2 Months 10 Days of age near Servia, Wabash Co., IN of tuberculosis leaving four small children. Rosa was interred on Friday, January 18, 1907 at Fairview Cemetery, North Manchester, Chester Twp., Wabash Co., IN. Enoch married Rozella GRIST on November 30, 1907. Daughter of Andrew GRIST and Mary Ellen KANE. Rozella raised Rosa's children plus four children from her union with Enoch. Enoch d. Sunday, October 26, 1941 at 76 Years 2 Months 22 Days of age at Billings Hospital, Chicago, Cook Co., IL and was interred on Wednesday, October 29, 1941 at Fairview Cemetery, North Manchester, Chester Twp., Wabash Co., IN. Rozella d. Thursday, October 21, 1954 at 71 Years 3 Months 17 Days of age in Gulf Shores, Baldwin Co., AL and was interred on Monday, October 25, 1954 at Fairview Cemetery. N. Manchester, Chester Twp., Wabash Co., IN. Enoch and Rosa had the following children:
  1. William E. JACKSON b. July 17, 1894 d. February 2, 1895
 2. Sarah Eudora JACKSON b. March 8, 1896 d. March 9, 1990 in Crown Point, Lake Co., IN and buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, Crown Point, Lake Co., IN
 3. Eva Amanda JACKSON b. August 4, 1897 in Lahague, Iroquois Co., IL d. September 24, 1996 in Porter Memorial Hospital, Valparaiso, Porter Co., IN and interred on September 26, 1996 at Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville, Lake Co., IN
 4. Anna May JACKSON b. February 28, 1899 d. Deceased
 5. George Elmer JACKSON b. February 20, 1901 in Dearborn Co., IN d. May 30, 1949 at the Irene Byron Sanitorium in Fort Wayne, Allen Co., IN and was interred on June 2, 1949 at Lancaster Cemetery, Huntington Co., IN
 6. Enoch JACKSON b. 1903 d. February 1904 [STATE OF IN COULD NOT FIND A DEATH RECORD]
 7. Stella Elizabeth JACKSON b. February 21, 1905 in Dearborn Co., IN d. January 30, 1906 in Wabash Co., IN and interred on February 1, 1906 at Fairview Cemetery, North Manchester, Chester Twp., Wabash Co., IN
  Rozella and Enoch had the following children:
  1. Charles Nathan JACKSON b. February 17, 1909 in Wabash Co., IN. d. September 10, 1972 at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne, Allen Co, IN and was interred on September 12, 1972 at Haverstock Cemetery, Zanesville, Allen Co., IN
 2. Gladys Marie JACKSON b. June 13, 1910 in Wabash Co., IN d. January 18, 1996 at Palm Gardens of Vero Beach, FL and was interred on January 24, 1996 at Garden of Memory Cemetery, Huntington Co., IN
 3. Pauline Naomi JACKSON b. September 14, 1914 in IN (Still Alive)
 4. Edith JACKSON b. December 1917 and d. 1919 in Huntington, Huntington Co., IN
  NOTE: SEE SEPARATE JACKSON FAMILY TREE FOR CHILDREN'S DESCENDANTS
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 Marriage License states that Enoch was born in Dearborn Co., IN
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 1800 IN CENSUS:
 Miller, Dearborn, Indiana, Source: FHL Film 1254272 National Archives Film T9-0272, Page 248A
  Meriet C. JACKSON Head W M Age: 50; MARRIED; Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN; Occ: Farmer
 Amanda JACKSON Wife W F Age: 47; MARRIED; Birth: IN; Father Birth: NJ; Mother Birth: KY
 Edward JACKSON Son M W Age: 21; SINGLE; Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN
 John W. JACKSON Son M W Age: 19; SINGLE; Birth: IN; Father Birth:: IN; Mother Birth: IN
 Anna JACKSON Daughter F W Age: 17; SINGLE; Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN
 Enoch W. JACKSON Son M W Age: 14; SINGLE; Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN
 Eva JACKSON Daughter F W Age: 12; SINGLE; Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN
 May JACKSON Daughter F W Age: 9; SINGLE; Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN
 Leonard JACKSON Son M W Age: 7; SINGLE; Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN
 Merrit K. JACKSON Son M W Age: 4; SINGLE: Birth: IN; Father Birth: IN; Mother Birth: IN
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 1900 IL CENSUS:
 Ridgeland Twp., Iroquois Co., IL, 1900 Census, p. 6
 Ridgeland Twp. is located on the western boundary of this county on the Ford County Line---
  Jackson, Enoch, born August 1865, married 8 years, born in Indiana, parents in Indiana, a farmer who rented
 Jackson, Rosa M., wife, mother of 4 children, three living, born in Indiana, her father in Maine and her mother in Indiana
 Jackson, Eudora, daughter, born March 1896 in Illinois
 Jackson, Eva A., daughter,born August 1897 in Illinois
 Jackson, Anna, daughter, born Feb 1899 in Illinois
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 1900 IL CENSUS:
 State of ILLINOIS, County of Iroquois, Ridgeland Township, Twelfth Census of the United States, Schedule No. 1 - Population, Supervisor's District No. 6, Enumeration District No.: 28, Sheet No. 6B, Image: 136; Roll: T623_308, 12 of 18, Lines 95-99. Enumerated by me on the 11TH day of June, 1900, ARTHUR M. SMITH, enumerator.
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 JACKSON, Enoch Head W M; Birthdate: AUG 1865; Age: 34; MARRIED 8 YRS.; Birthplace: INDIANA; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA; Occupation: FARMER; Months Not Employed: 0; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Can Speak English? YES; RENT FARM; No. of Farm Schedule: 78
 JACKSON, ROSA M. Wife W F; Birthdate: NOV 1872; Age: 27; MARRIED 8 YRS.; Mother of How Many Children: 4; Number of Living Children: 3; Birthplace: INDIANA; Father's Birthplace: MAINE; Mother's Birthplace: ILLINOIS; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Can Speak English? YES
 JACKSON, EUDORA Daughter W F; Birthdate: MAR 1896; Age: 4; SINGLE; Birthplace: ILLINOIS; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA
 JACKSON, EVA A. Daughter W F; Birthdate: AUG 1897; Age: 2; SINGLE; Birthplace: ILLINOIS; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA
 JACKSON, Annie Daughter W F; Birthdate: FEB 1899; Age: 1; SINGLE; SINGLE; Birthplace: ILLINOIS; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA
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 CEMETERY DEED:
 WARRANTEE
  This indenture, made between the Fairview Cemetery Associations and ENOCH JACKSON. Witnesseth, that in consideration of the sum of THREE dollars, $3.00 paid by said ENOCH JACKSON, said Association does hereby convey to HIM heirs and assignees forever, Lot No. 20 Tier No. 2 in the WEST SECOND addition of said cemetery, according to the plat approved by the Directors of said Association on the 12th day of November, 1896, and on file with the Secretary. This conveyance is made to allow said grantee ENOCH JACKSON or HIS heirs or assignees, the use of said property for Cemetery purposes and for no other purpose, and is held subject to and to be in compliance with the orders, provisions and regulations of the Association, now made or hereafter to be made in regard to the care, control, use, security, improvements and embellishments of the grounds.
  In Witness Whereof, We have set our hands and the seal of said Association, this 27TH day of AUGUST A.D.., 1907. W. E. SCHROLL President. [SEAL] SEBERRY WRIGHT Secretary [SEAL]
  State of Indiana, Wabash County, ss:
 On this 27TH day of AUGUST A.D., 1907, came WILLIAM E. SCHROLL President, and SEBERRY WRIGHT Secretary of the Fairview Cemetery Association and on its behalf, acknowledged the voluntary making and delivery of the foregoing Deed. Witness my hand and Notarial Seal, and 27TH day of AUGUST 1907. URIAH R. HOWENSTINE, Notary Public Wabash County. My Commission Expires 2/21, 1909.
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 1910 IN CENSUS:
 State of Indiana, County of Wabash, Chester Township - South Half, Thirteenth Census of the United States: 1910 - Population, Supervisor's District No. ll, Enumeration District No.: 142, Sheet No. 6B, Image: 47, Roll T624_386, Image 12 of 23, Lines 90-97. Enumerated by me on the 4TH AND 5TH day of MAY, 1910, HOSEA B. LITTLE, enumerator.
  Chester township (part of) excluding North Manchester town. All south of the southern boundary line of sections 7-8-9-10-11-12-7-8
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 JACKSON, Enoch Head M W; Age: 44; MARRIED TWICE; PRESENT MARRIAGE FOR 2 YRS.; Birthplace: INDIANA; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA; Language Spoken: ENGLISH; Occupation: FARMER; GENERAL FARM; EMPLOYER; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; RENT FARM; Number of Farm Schedule: 92
 JACKSON, Rosella Wife F W; Age: 29; MARRIED ONCE FOR 2 YRS.; Mother of How Many Children: 1; No. of Children Living: 1; Birthplace: PENNSYLVANIA; Father's Birthplace: PENNSYLVANIA; Mother's Birthplace: PENNSYLVANIA; Language Spoken: ENGLISH; Occupation: NONE; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES
 JACKSON, Charles N. Son M W; Age: 1 5/12; SINGLE; Birthplace: INDIANA; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: PENNSYLVANIA; Occupation: NONE
 JACKSON, Sarah U. Daughter F W; Age: 14; SINGLE; Birthplace: ILLINOIS; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA; Language Spoken: ENGLISH; Occupation: NONE; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Attended School Anytime Since Sept. 1909: YES
 JACKSON, Eva Daughter F W; Age: 12; SINGLE; Birthplace: ILLINOIS; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA; Language Spoken: ENGLISH; Occupation: NONE; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Attended School Anytime Since Sept. 1909: YES
 JACKSON, Anna Daughter F W; Age: 10; SINGLE; Birthplace: ILLINOIS; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA; Language Spoken: ENGLISH; Occupation: NONE; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Attended School Anytime Since Sept. 1909: YES
 JACKSON, George E. Son M W; Age: 8; SINGLE; Birthplace: INDIANA; Father's Birthplace: INDIANA; Mother's Birthplace: INDIANA; Language Spoken: ENGLISH; Occupation: NONE; Attended School Anytime Since Sept. 1909: YES
 GRIST, Charles Servant M W; Age: 19; SINGLE; Birthplace: INDIANA; Father's Birthplace: PENNSYLVANIA; Mother's Birthplace: PENNSYLVANIA; Language Spoken: ENGLISH; Occupation: FARM HAND; ON FARM; WORKING; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Attended School Anytime Since Sept. 1909: NO
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 1920 IN CENSUS:
 Huntington Twp., Huntington Co., IN - Page 118A, Line 20-24 (Bad Microfilm)
  JACKSON, Enoch Head Rent M W 54 Married; Attended School Anytime Since September 1, 1919? NO; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Place of Birth: Kentucky; Father's Birthplace: Indiana; Mother's Birthplace: Indiana; Can Speak English? YES; Occupation: Railroad (the rest unreadable)
 JACKSON, Rosella Wife F W 37 Married; Attended School Anytime Since September 1, 1919? NO; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Place of Birth: Pennsylvania; Father's Birthplace: Pennsylvania; Mother's Birthplace: Pennsylvania; Can Speak English? YES; Occupation: None
 JACKSON, Charles N. Son M W 10 Single; Attended School Anytime Since September 1, 1919? YES; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Place of Birth: Indiana; Father's Birthplace: Kentucky; Mother's Birthplace: Pennsylvania; Can Speak English? Yes; Occupation: None
 JACKSON, Gladys M. Daughter F W 9 Single; Attended School Anytime Since September 1, 1919? YES; Can Read? YES; Can Write? YES; Place of Birth: Indiana; Father's Birthplace: Kentucky; Mother's Birthplace: Pennsylvania; Can Speak English? Yes; Occupation: None
 JACKSON, Pauline N. Daughter F W 5 Single; Attended School Anytime Since September 1, 1919? NO; Can Read? NO; Can Write? NO; Place of Birth: Indiana; Father's Birthplace: Kentucky; Mother's Birthplace: Pennsylvania; Can Speak English? Yes; Occupation: None
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 INFORMATION WRITTEN BY EVA AMANDA JACKSON MCCONNEHEY, DAUGHTER OF ENOCH WHITE JACKSON:
  Enoch was born the year after the Civil War ended and one of his first memories was of his mother, Amanda Lemming Jackson (1833-1911), cooking over the high fireplace that extended across one end of the kitchen livingroom. The main house was destroyed by fire during the war and they lived in the overseer's house. They moved back to IN to the old Jackson homestead after selling their land in KY which was all they had left after the war.
  Eva�s father also told her that the first Christmas he could remember was while living in KY. The colored people rolled a high log into the creek weeks before Christmas to soak. It was then drawn up to the house by oxen and rolled into the fireplace as the backlog. As long as the log kept burning, so also was the length of the holiday celebration; no one had to perform any unnecessary labor. He said a good, well soaked log, would burn about a week with a little care to keep the main fire pulled toward the front of the fireplace.
  Enoch lived in the first house on the left, back in the land, behind the Liddle School at Bonham Cross Roads. He had a maple sugar camp there. (John H. Bonham, the grandfather to Alta Mae Hart Jackson, the compiler, also worked a sugar camp there about 1890 or after.)
  He went to Iroquois County, IL as a young man and married Rosa May Littlefield (1872-1907). They moved to Wabash County, IN. They had seven children, three who died in infancy. Rosa May died near Servia,Wabash County, IN on January 26, 1907 from tuberculosis.
  Prior to Rosa's death, Rozella Grist worked for the Jackson's and helped care for the children while Rosa was ill. Enoch married Rozella Grist on November 30, 1907. Enoch and Rozella had four children, one who died in infancy. After their children were born, Enoch and Rozella moved to Huntington, Huntington Co., IN. Enoch worked in Huntington as a railroad car repairer inside the shop for the Erie Railroad.
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 UNTITLED NEWSPAPER CLIPPING:
 Per a newspaper account titled, "E. W. Jackson Had His Nerve" the following is recorded:
  "He smoked, Talked and Laughed While the Doctor Amputated His Toes." While rabbit hunting last Friday, E. W. Jackson who lives six miles south of town, shot and injured the toes of his right foot so badly that the doctor found it necessary to amputate the great toe at the first joint and the second toe at the foot.
  Mr. Jackson had shot a rabbit and started to run after the animal, carrying
 his gun, which was a repeater, or "pump gun" as some call them. He
 stumbled and fell and the gun was discharged, the charge shooting away
 his shoe and badly mangling his toes.
  Jackson did not know how badly his foot was shot up, and did not dare to
 remove his shoe for fear that the sight would make him faint. So he
 walked to his home, a distance of a mile or more, without aid. Then he
 called Dr. Balsbaugh of this city. The doctor went to the Jackson home
 with his auto and brought the injured man back to his office, where the
 toes were amputated.
  Mr. Jackson displayed wonderful nerve, as he talked and smoked during
 the operation. He will not have the use of the foot for some time, as the
 toes were so badly mangled that they will be a long time in healing."
  Enoch was a respected and well liked man in his community who was always willing to give a helping hand to anyone in need.
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 INFORMATION WRITTEN BY PAULINE NAOMI JACKSON SHR0YER SIMMONS:
  I inquired about the church at the Servia Cemetery. It was just a one room little brick church and as far as I can find out, it was used just for funerals. My father's funeral was held there. The building is no longer there (1999).
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 WRITTEN BY WARREN LEWIS:
  Fairview Cemetery - Formerly there was a United Brethren in Christ Church (A.D. 1871). It has been torn down for years.
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 OBITUARY:
 Huntington, Indiana Herald-Press, Monday, October 27, 1941
  FUNERAL WEDNESDAY, 2:30 AT FAIRVIEW, NEAR SERVIA
  Jackson, Enoch
 Enoch Jackson, 76, retired Erie railroad employe, died at 2:35 p.m. Sunday at the Billings hospital, Chicago having been ill since September 3, 1941.
  He was born August 4, 1865, in Dearborn county near Bright, Ind., to Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Jackson. He was married twice, first to Rosa Littlefield, deceased. Surviving from this marriage are three daughters, Mrs. Dora O'Malley, Chesterton, Ind.; Mrs. Eva McConnehey, and Mrs. William Robinson, both of Gary; and a son, George Jackson, Chesterton. He also leaves 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren from this marriage.
  His second marriage was to Rozella Grist, who survives. Surviving children from the marriage are a son, Charles Jackson, city; two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Call, Elwood, and Mrs. Pauline Shroyer, city. One daughter, Miss Edith Jackson, is deceased. Four grandchildren are living. Two brothers, Leonard Jackson, Watseka, Ill., and Kenneth Jackson, Bronville, Ind, are living. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Anna Tanner, Milan, Ind. and Mrs. Mary Nowland, Bright, Ind.
  Mr. Jackson was employed by the Erie railroad company 21 years, retiring in 1935. He was a member of the Methodist church and the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of America.
  The body was taken to his residence 1045 Harris street, where friends may call. Short services will be held at the home at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday following which the body will be taken to the Fairview church one mile north of Servia for services at 2:30 p.m.
  The Rev. Virgil Camp will officiate and burial will be in the Fairview cemetery.
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 UNKNOWN NEWSPAPER CLIPPING OF OBITUARY FOUND IN THE PERSONAL PAPERS OF EVA AMANDA JACKSON MCCONNEHEY:
  ENOCH WHITE JACKSON FUNERAL RITES HELD
 Funeral services for Enoch White Jackson were held at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday with short services at the residence, 1045 Harris street, the Rev. Virgil Camp officiating.
  Music at the home was by Mrs. Paul Updike, Mrs. Edith Walter and Mrs. Clifford Oden.
  Services were at 2:30 p. m. at the Fairview church near North Manchester with the Rev. Camp officiating and music by Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Oden with Mrs. Updike at the piano.
  Flowerbearers were granddaughters, Mrs. Dorothy Gaski, Mrs. Doris Baltisch, Mrs. Margaret Macedo, Mrs. Louise Light, Edith Schultz, Mrs. Nellie Deering, Mrs. Virginia Allgor, Mrs. Marthena Jackson, Charleen Jackson and Mrs. Ruth Moore.
  Pallbearers were grandsons, Joseph Macedo, Harry Robinson, Bud Deering, Jack Mcconnehey, Harry Gaski and Clarence Allgor.
  Burial was in Fairview cemetery.
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 CERTIFICATE OF DEATH:
 State of Illinois, Department of Public Health - Division of Vital Statistics
 Registered No. 28873; Registration Dist. No. 3104
  This Is A Non-Resident Death, Please Allocate To Place Of Residence Of Deceased
 Place of Death: COOK CO., CHICAGO at A. M. BILLINGS HOSPITAL; Length of Time At Place Where Death Occurred? OYrs OMo ODa; Place of Residence - State: INDIANA; County: LAKE; City: GARY, 5157 BROADWAY; Name of Deceased: ENOCH WHITE JACKSON; Veteran? NO; Social Security No.: UNKNOWN; Sex: MALE; Color: WHITE; MARRIED; Name of Wife: ROZELLA JACKSON, Age 72; Birthdate of Deceased: 8-4-1865; Age: 76Yrs 2Mo 22Da; Birthplace: DEARBORN CO., INDIANA; Occupation: RAILROAD CONDUCTOR; Industry or Business: RAILROAD; Name of Father: MERRITT JACKSON; Birthplace of Father: UNKNOWN, INDIANA; Name of Mother: AMANDA LEMING; Birthplace of Mother: UNKNOWN, INDIANA; Informant: RALPH PANE, HOS. REC. - 950 E. 59TH STREET; Place of Burial: Cemetery: LOCAL, HUNTINGTON, HUNTINGTON CO., INDIANA; Funeral Director: FLOYD HALLOWELL, 1706 W. JACKSON BLVD.; List No. 52B; Date of Death: OCTOBER 26TH, 1941; Hour: 2:40 P.M.; I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from OCT 16TH 1941 to OCT 26TH, 1941that I last saw HIM alive on OCT 26TH, 1941and that death occurred on the date and hour stated above; Immediate Cause of Death: PERETONITIS; Duration: 3 DAYS; Due to ULCERATING CARCINOMA OF BLADDER; Duration: 6 MOS.; Was Operation Performed? YES; Date of Operation: 10-25-41; For What Disease or Injury? INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION; Was There An Autopsy? YES; Findings? CONFIRMATORY; Communicable disease? NO; Was Disease Related to Occupation? NO; Signed: J. GARROTT ALLEN, M.D., 950 E. 59TH ST.; Date: OCT. 26, 1941; Telephone: MID 0802; Filed: HERMAN N. BUNDESIN, Registrar; 1941 OCT 27 PM 3 21
  NOTE: Place of Residence, 5157 Broadway, was the home of Eva Amanda Jackson McConnehey. Enoch stayed with his daughter when he was being treated at Billings Hospital in Chicago, IL.
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 AUTOPSY:
  AUTOPSY FINDINGS OF MR. JACKSON
 Anatomical Diagnosis:
 Primary carcinoma of the bladder with generalized carcinomatosis of the abdominal viscera including replacement of many abdominal lymph nodes and inguinal lymph node
 Sero-fibrinous peritonitis secondary to the injected, abscessive primary bladder carcinoma with focal fibrinous adhesions
 Ascites
 Intestinal obstruction due to kinking and adhesions of the ileum from tumor infiltration
 Aspiration (beginning abscessive) and hypostatic bronchopneumonia with edema and hyperemia
 Gangrenous (focal) cystitis
 Massive acute peptic esophagitis
 Acute gastritis and duodenitis
 Acute tracheo-bronchitis
 Slight hydronephrosis, right
 Extensive focal fibrous adhesions, pleural
 Healed pulmonary tuberculosis, apical, bilateral
 Old healed focal pericarditis with pericardiopleural adhesion
 Marked arteriosclerosis
 Old healed mitral and tricuspid valvulitis-rheumatic
 Slight interstitial fibrosis of the myocardium-rheumatic
 Anatomically patent foramen ovale
 Marked emaciation
 Pitting edema of the lower extremities
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 TOMBSTONE:
 Enoch W. Jackson 1865-1941
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 Enoch "Jum" White JACKSON ANCESTRAL RECORD:
  Paternal:
 (1) Merit Craig JACKSON and Amanda LEMMING;
 (2) Enoch Winchester JACKSON, Esquire and Elizabeth WHITE: (Elizabeth White's parents: Alexander WHITE and Nancy ???; (After Alexander White's death Nancy ??? married Joshua HINESLEY);
 (3) John Harrison JACKSON, JR. and Nancy POWELL;
 (4) John Harrison JACKSON, SR. and Chesephia ???;
  Maternal:
 (1) Amanda LEMMING and Merit Craig JACKSON;
 (2) Lorenzo Dow LEMMING and Elizabeth NOWLIN;
 Elizabeth Nowlin's parents: Zachariah NOWLIN and Mary Elizabeth PRIDE;
 (After Zachariah Nowlin's death, Mary Pride married Thomas LEMMING);
 (3) Thomas LEMMING and Parthenia ???;
 (After Parthenia ???'s death, Thomas Lemming married Mary Elizabeth PRIDE);
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 Ref: GENEALOGY OF THE JOHN JACKSON FAMILY, compiled and printed by Alta Mae Jackson Hart, 1975; Internet Resource http://www.calweb.com/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/dmitch/tree.pl?I10340; Eva Amanda Jackson McConnehey conversations and documents; Internet Site: http//www.usgenweb.com.; [email protected] (Teri Petit) WABASH COUNTY, INDIANA LOOKUP; Lester Binnie's Cemetery Records of Chester Township; Fairview Cemetery; [email protected] (Warren Lewis); Correspondence and documentation dated July 19, 1998 and August 17, 1998 from Mrs. Eldon (Martha Jane) Biehl; Pauline Naomi Jackson Shroyer Simmons phone conversation dated March 31, 1999 and correspondence dated July 27, 1997 and July 20, 1999; Huntington City-Township Public Library, Attn: Indiana Room, 200 W. Market Street, Huntington, IN 46750; 1900 Census received from the Iroquois County Genealogical Society, 103 W. Cherry Street, Watseka, IL 60970-1524; Phone 815-432-3730; E-mail: [email protected]; 1900 IL Census located by Paid Subscription at http://www.ancestry.com on December 28, 2001; Death Certificate received October 30, 2000 from David Orr, Cook County Clerk, 118 North Clark Street, 4th Floor, Chicago, IL 60602; 1920 Census received December 4, 2000 from Mrs. Joan Keefer, Indiana Room, Huntington City/Township Public Library, 200 W. Market Street, Huntington, IN 46750-2655; Unknown Newspaper Clipping, Cemetery Deed and Autopsy found in the personal papers of Eva Amanda Jackson McConnehey in March 2001; 1880 IN Census as transcribed by the LDS - Family History Resource File Disc 30, Great Lakes, Indiana CD-Rom Library Compact Disc Edition � 2000 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. [All rights reserved] on August 1, 2001; 1910 IN Census located by paid subscription at Internet Web Site: http://ancestry.com on March 5, 2002


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