of Hannah (Klock) Jackson
Watertown Daily Times, Watertown, New York
Hannah K. Jackson Passes Away At Hospital.
Farmer's Wife Had Lived Nearly Whole Life In Fowler.
Gouverneur, Oct. 29.
The death of Mrs. Hannah Klock Jackson, wife of Andrew Jackson, who resides near the village of Philadelphia, occurred Saturday afternoon at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. The remains were taken to the late home in Philadelphia Sunday afternoon, by the Sprague and Mott undertaking firm of this village.
The funeral services will be held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2, Rev. B. J. Davidson, pastor of the Philadelphia Methodist church officiating. The remains will be brought to this village and interment made in Riverside cemetery after the services.
Mrs. Jackson was born near Emeryville in the town of Fowler, March 29, 1894, and spent nearly all of her life in this section. Her parents were Bates and Martha Nice Klock, the mother surviving the daughter.
The survivors are the husband, five children, Kathleen, Vivian, George, James and Carleton, all residing at home; the mother, Mrs. Klock; two sisters, Mrs. John W. Booth of Stockton, California and Mrs. Frank Bressette of Ogdensburg; and three brothers, William Klock of Gouverneur, Amos Klock of Cleveland, Ohio, and George Klock of Spragueville." She was buried in Riverside cemetery, Gouverneur, St. Lawrence, NY.
Obituary found on Line www.rootweb.com Family Tree of Norman J. Young
Hannah Klock (Bates Aaron, Luther, John J. Jr., John J., Johannes J. and Hendrick Klock) was born March 29, 1894 and died October 27, 1923. She married Andrew S. Jackson on April 01, 1911 in Gouverneur, St. Lawrence, New York. She is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Gouverneur, New York
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