Person:Onona Jones (7)

Onona Pearl Jones
d.13 Mar 1964
m. 14 Feb 1862
  1. Adelbert George JonesAbt 1862 - 1920-1939
  2. Stephen Lowery Jones1866 - 1906
  3. Addie Jones1870 - Bef 1880
  4. Anna S. Jones1873 - 1956
  5. Frank B. Jones1874 - 1898
  6. Henry John Jones1876 - 1954
  7. Edward L. Jones1878 - 1938
  8. Onona JonesAbt 1880 - Abt 1882
  9. Reuben Pettijohn Jones1882 - 1957
  10. Onona Pearl Jones1883 - 1964
  11. Charlotte Edith Jones1885 - 1939
  12. Neva Elisa Jones1888 - 1985
m. 14 Mar 1906
  1. Muriel Knight1907 - 2002
  2. Clayton Alfred Knight1915 - 1967
  3. Eugene A. Knight1923 - 1998
Facts and Events
Name[1] Onona Pearl Jones
Alt Name[3] Ona Jones
Alt Name[10][12] Ona Thompson
Gender Female
Birth[2] 16 Dec 1883 Rodman, Palo Alto, Iowa, United States
Census[11] 1895 Lake Park, Dickinson, Iowa, United States
Census[10] 1900 St. Clair, Missouri, United StatesCollins Township
Marriage License 13 Mar 1906 St. Clair, Missouri, United Statesto Isaac Alfred Knight
Marriage 14 Mar 1906 Weaubleau, Hickory, Missouri, United Statesto Isaac Alfred Knight
Census[3] 1910 Weaubleau, Hickory, Missouri, United States
Census[4] 1920 Weaubleau, Hickory, Missouri, United States
Census[5] 1930 Weaubleau, Hickory, Missouri, United States
Residence[6] 1939 Weaubleau, Hickory, Missouri, United Statesmentioned in sister Lottie's obituary
Physical Description[7] had black eyes and a regal bearing
Residence[8] 1953 Weaubleau, Hickory, Missouri, United Stateswrote to nephew Glen Woodmark
Residence[9] 1 Aug 1957 Weaubleau, Hickory, Missouri, United Statesmentioned in brother Reuben's obituary
Death[2] 13 Mar 1964
Burial[2] Collins, St. Clair, Missouri, United StatesRobinson Cemetery
References
  1. Reuben Jones' Handwritten Note , in Jones Family Documents, Primary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Find A Grave, Memorial# 20102800, Secondary quality.

    Ona Knight
    Birth: Dec. 16, 1883
    Death: Mar. 13, 1964
    Burial: Robinson Cemetery, Collins, St. Clair County, Missouri, USA
    Photo of gravestone is now on the site.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Weaubleau Village, Weaubleau Township, Hickory County, in United States. Census Office. 13th census, 1910. 1910 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, 19--?), HH 4, Family 4; FHL #1374792, Primary quality.

    Knight, Alfred, head, white male, age 28, married once (4 years), born Missouri, both parents born Indiana, speaks English, merchant (hardware), self-employed, able to read and write, owns home with mortgage
    , Ona, wife, white female, age 26, married once (4 years), borne 1 child (1 living), born Iowa, [parents place of birth left blank], speaks English, able to read and write
    , Muriel, daughter, white female, age 1 year ? months, single, born Missouri, father born Missouri, mother born Iowa

  4. Weaubleau Village, Hickory County, in United States. Bureau of the Census. 14th census, 1920. 1920 Federal Census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington [District of Columbia]: The National Archives, [193-?]), HH 49, Family 52; FHL #1820921, Primary quality.

    Knight, Alfred, head, owns house free of mortgage, white male, age 37, married, able to read and write, born Missouri, father born Illinois, mother born Indiana, speaks English, proprietor of Hardware store, employer
    , Ona, wife, white female, age 35, married, able to read and write, born Iowa, father born Wisconsin, mother born Wisconsin, no occupation, speaks English
    , Murel [sic], daughter, white female, age 11, single, attends school, able to read and write, born Missouri, father born Missouri, mother born Iowa
    , Clayton, son, white male, age 4, single, born Missouri, father born Missouri, mother born Iowa

  5. Weaubleau Town, Hickory County, Missouri, in United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), HH 125, Fam 129, Primary quality.

    College Street (no house #)
    Knight, Isaac A., Head, owns, $4000 value, owns radio, not a farm, white male, age 48, married, 1st marriage age 24, able to read & write, born Missouri, both parents b. Indiana, speaks English, Proprieter, Hardware, employer
    , Ona Pearle, wife, white female, age 46, married, 1st marriage age 22, able to read & write, born Iowa, both parents born WI, speaks English
    , Clayton A., son, white male, age 14, single, attends school, able to read and write, b. MO, speaks English
    , Eugene, son, white male, age 7, single, attends school, b. MO

  6. Lottie Woodmark (Charlotte Jones Woodmark), in Jones Family Obituaries, Secondary quality.
  7. Lila Campbell, Ona, in Jones Family email, Primary quality.
  8. Paul Porter, 9 Nov 1996, in Jones Family email, Secondary quality.
  9. Reuben Jones, in Jones Family Obituaries, Secondary quality.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Collins, St. Clair, Missouri, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), HH 193, Fam 195, Primary quality.

    Thompson, William, b. June 1843, married 28 yrs, b. NY, both parents b. England, farmer
    , Mary E., wife, b. Jul 1846, 53, no children, b. NY, both parents b. England
    , Ona. adopted dau, b. Dec 1883, 16, b. IA, fa b. IA, mo b. IL
    Staeley, George H., bro-in-law, b. Jan 1833, 67, divorced, b. NY, both parents b. England

  11. Lake Park Town, Silver Lake Township, Dickinson County, in Iowa, United States. State Census, 1895, HH 3-4, Fam 2-3, Primary quality.

    HH 3
    Thompson, William, 52, married, b. NY, farmer,Methodist
    , Mary E., 47, married, b. NY, keeping house, Methodist, can read but not write
    HH 4
    Smith, Chas W., 44, married, b. NY, farmer, Protestant
    , Francis M (female), 45, married, b. NY, keeping house, Presbyterian
    , Edwin C., 17, b. Webster Co., IA
    , Ernest E., 14, b. Webster Co., IA
    , Ora N (male), 10, b. Hardin Co., IA
    , Chas A., 8, b. Dickinson Co
    , Jessie M., 5, b. Dickinson Co.
    , Amber M (f), 2, b. Dickinson Co.
    Thompson, Ona, 11, b. Palo Alto Co., IA

  12. William and Mary Thompson were living in Silver Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa in 1885 with an adopted son, Clarence. (1885 Iowa State Census). William Thompson died in Weaubleau, Hickory County, Missouri on 2 March 1914, survived by his widow Mrs. Bessie Thompson (Missouri Death Certificates). Ona's marriage license gives her name as "Ona Jones (Thompson)".