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Jane (Blackburn) Chenoweth/Pond {obituary}
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield - Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: December 29, 2003 at 21:29:20
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Garden Grove Express
Thursday, May 17, 1894
Garden Grove, Iowa


Jane BLACKBURN was born in Franklin Co., Ind., Dec. 3d, 1824. She removed
with her father's family to Livingstone Co., Mo., when about fourteen years of
age. She was married there to Ira S. CHENOWETH March 14, 1844, and bore to him
two Children, Lemon CHENOWETH, and Ira Jane, wife of John SCOTT of Garden
Grove. She was left a widow July 3d, 1846.

In 1851 she married Eli POND, of Davis Co., Iowa, and removed to his home.
To them were born nine children, three of whom, Levi, Willard and Belle, wife
of Luther SCOTT, survive. They removed to Decatur Co. in 1855. She again
became a widow in April 1880. Many years ago she united with the Christian
denomination and for the last five years of her life has been in the communion of
The Christian Union body. After more than nine weeks of sickness, in which she
was wonderfully sustained and cheered by divine grace she departed this life
April 8th, 1894, in the 70th year of her age, and the following day her remains
were interred in Van Wert cemetery, the funeral services being conducted by
Robert BEER, pastor of the Garden Grove Presbyterian church.

Copied by Stacey McDowell Dietiker
December 29, 2003

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