Person:Elizabeth Rowles (5)

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Elizabeth Jane Rowles
b.17 Jul 1847 Monroe County, Iowa
m. 7 Dec 1845
  1. Elizabeth Jane Rowles1847 - 1922
  2. William Armstrong Rowles1853 - 1945
  3. James Harlan Rowles1862 - 1943
  4. Jennie Etta Rowles1871 - 1947
m. 20 Dec 1864
  1. Jennie E. Enix1868 - 1889
  2. Minnie E. Enix1873 - 1932
  3. Letha Mae Enix1880 - 1973
  4. Walter Baker Enix1884 - 1938
  5. Florence Louise Enix1889 - 1957
Facts and Events
Name[1] Elizabeth Jane Rowles
Gender Female
Birth[2][3] 17 Jul 1847 Monroe County, Iowa
Marriage 20 Dec 1864 Putnam County, Missouri(or in Ralston County, Missouri?)
to Pleasant E. Enix
Death[1][4][3] 10 Feb 1922 Albia, Monroe County, Iowa
Burial[3] Oakview Cemetery, Albia, Monroe County, Iowa
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Monroe, Iowa, United States. Albia Union. (Albia, Iowa), 14 Feb 1922.

    Elizabeth Jane Rowles, daughter of Oliver P. & Louisa Rowles, was born in Monroe County July 17, 1847 and died at Albia, Feb. 10, 1922 following a stroke a apolexy. Married Pleasant E. Enix, Dec. 20, 1864, in Putnam Co., Missouri. Lived in Decatur Co., Iowa for 14 years and in Wyoming for 3 yrs, and the rest of the time in Monroe County. Five children, of whom Mrs. Jessie Hilton died June 26, 1889. Surviving are Mrs. Amos Smith, Mrs. James Nixon, Walter B. & Mrs. Will Wright. Buried in Oak View Cemetery.

  2. Monroe County, Iowa. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, ED 87, p. 7A.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Find A Grave.
  4. Albia, Monroe, Iowa, United States. Albia Republican. (Albia, Iowa), 16 Feb 1922.

    ENIX.

    Elizabeth Jane Rowles, daughter of Oliver P. and Louisa Rowles, was born in Monroe county, Iowa, July 17, 1847 and departed this life at her home in Albia, at 2:00 a.m. Friday, February 10, 1922, following a stroke of apoplexy which occurred about 2:30 p.m. the preceding day.

    On December 20, 1864, she was united in marriage to Pleasant E. Enix, their marriage taking place in Putnam county, Mo. With the exception of a fourteen year residence in Decatur county, Iowa, and three years in Wyoming, Mr. and Mrs. Enix have been residents of this county and for a number of years have resided in Albia.

    Five children were born to them, one of whom, Mrs. Jennie Hilton, passed away June 26, 1889. Those surviving are Mrs. Amos Smith, Albia, Ia., Mrs. James Nixon, Lovilia, Ia., Walter B. Enix, Albia, Ia., and Mrs. Will Wright, Cheynenne, Wyo.

    Two brothers and one sister also survive her. They are W. A. Rowles, Albia, Iowa, Harlan Rowles, Slater, Wyo., and Mrs. John Pierson, Albia, Iowa.

    About nine years while at Slater, Wyo., she met with an accident that resulted in the loss of a limb, necessitating the use of a crutch, and though disabled, she continued her duties in the home and when, when possible, to meet with other worshippers in the house of the Lord.

    Mrs. Enix has been a life-long christian and a member of the Methodist church from childhood, when during revival services held at the school house near the home of her parents she responded to the call of Christ, confessed her faith and united with the church.

    Funeral services were held at the M. E. church Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, conducted by Rev. W. A. Longnecker and Rev. L. Schaeffer of Walnut City, Iowa, a former pastor. A quartet composed of C. V. Smith, Homer Richey, Mrs. Minnie Davis and Miss Henrietta Young san appropriate songs. Mrs. Nels Peterson assisted at the piano. Burial was in Oak View Cemetery.