Person:James Bennett (124)

Watchers
James Braley Bennett
 
  1. James Braley Bennett - 1952
  2. Dr. Lewis F. Bennett1860 - 1930
  3. Dr. Orrin G. Bennett1863 - 1899
  4. Chester C. Bennett1865 -
  • HJames Braley Bennett - 1952
  • WDollie Brown1870 - 1945
m. 20 Aug 1890
Facts and Events
Name James Braley Bennett
Gender Male
Marriage 20 Aug 1890 to Dollie Brown
Death[1] 3 Mar 1952 Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin, United States
References
  1. The Milton and Milton Junction Courier
    p. 4, March 6, 1952.

    Funeral services for James Brayley Bennett, 80, Milton, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the Milton Seventh Day Baptist church, the Rev. Elmo Fitz Randolph officiating, with burial in Milton cemetery.
    Mr. Bennett was the youngest of five sons born to Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett of Lima township. His wife, the former Dollie Brown, died Oct. 20, 1945. They had been married 55 years. His brothers, including Dr. O. G. Bennett, former Janesville dentist, all preceded him in death.
    He was a member of the Milton Seventh Day Baptist church, served as a member of the school board for many years and was active in civic affairs. In the past he sang in quartets and glee clubs and until six years ago was a member of the Milton Choral Union.
    Surviving are nine children, Zela Bennett, Milton; Mrs. Harry G. Talbot, Eugene, Ore.; Leslie, formerly of Fort Atkinson but recently moved to Salem, Ark.; Harold, Denver, Colo.; Mizpah Bennett, a Janesville teacher; Ardis Bennett, Milton; Mrs. Charles Sutton, Springfield, Ill., Mrs. Walter Neils, Milton; and Mrs. Harold C. Burdick, Kansas City, Mo.; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.