Person:Johanna Bain (1)

  1. Katherine Bain1846 - 1907
  2. Johanna Bain1850 - 1924
  3. Hannah Bain1854 - 1931
m. Abt 1885
  1. John Kerr1888 - 1889
  2. George Washington Kerr1890 - 1955
  3. William Thomas Kerr1892 - 1935
Facts and Events
Name Johanna Bain
Alt Name Jane _____
Gender Female
Birth[1] 11 Nov 1850 Latheron, Caithness, Scotland
Census[4] 1851 Caithness, Scotlandage 4 mos
Census[5] 1861 Latheron, Caithness, Scotland
Immigration[3] 1864
Marriage Abt 1885 to Alexander Mckenzie Kerr
Alt Marriage 17 Feb 1887 Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey, United Statesto Alexander Mckenzie Kerr
Death[2][6] 4 Mar 1924 Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey, United States
Burial? 5 Mar 1924 Evergreen Cemetery, Hillside, Union, New Jersey, United StatesEilbacher vault #6

Research notes

  • undertaker:: Wm. Murphy, chapel, drapery
Image Gallery
  1. Union, New Jersey, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    NJ, Union Co., Elizabeth City, Ward 12, Sup. Dist. 5, E.D. 100, Sheet 2 B, 9924, 3 Jan 1920
    318 Walnut Street: LINE 57: Kerrm Johanna, Mother-H, F, W, AGE: 69, Wd., Immigrated , Nat. 1854; BORN: Scotland, FATHER BORN: Scotland, MOTHER BORN: Scotland; MOTHER TONGUE: English

  2. Certificate of Death, NJ State Dept. of Health
    Bureau of Vital Statistics, Trenton, NJ, # 420, 3 March 1998.

    "This will serve to certify that the following is correctly copied from a record of death in this office." NAME OF DECEASED: JANE KERR; PLACE OF DEATH: TRENTON. NJ; DATE OF DEATH: MARCH 4, 1924; SEX: FEMALE; COLOR: W DATE OF BIRTH: ________ AGE: 73 YRS., 3 MOS.; CAUSE OF DEATH: Heart Disease, Acute Gall Bladder Trouble; Name of Person Who Certified Cause of Death: C.J. Craythorne; Signed Joan M. Alloway, City Hall, Room 214, 319 E. State St. Trenton, NJ 08608

  3. Union, New Jersey, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Elizabeth, Union, NJ

  4. General Register Office for Scotland. 1851 Scotland Census. (Edinburgh).

    Name Jane Bair
    Age 4 Mo
    Estimated Birth Year abt 1851
    Relationship Daughter
    Father James Bair
    Mother Helen Bair
    Gender Female
    Where born Latheron, caithness

    Parish Number 38
    Civil parish Latheron
    Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 11553
    County Caithness
    Address Clathe Cruvie
    ED 10
    Page 1
    Household schedule number 3
    Line 14
    Roll CSSCT1851_8

    Household Members
    Name Age
    James Bair 30
    Helen Bair 30
    Margt Bair 7
    Katherine Bair 5
    Janet Bair 3
    Jane Bair 4 Mo

  5. General Register Office for Scotland. 1861 Scotland Census. (Edinburgh).

    Name Johan Bain
    Age 9
    Estimated Birth Year abt 1852
    Relationship Daughter
    Father's Name James Bain
    Mother's Name Helen Bain
    Gender Female
    Where born P Latheron, Caithness

    Registration Number 38
    Registration district Latheron
    Civil parish Latheron
    County Caithness
    Address Clashcribie
    Occupation Farmers Wife
    ED 1B
    Household schedule number 52
    Line 11
    Roll CSSCT1861_5

    Household Members
    Name Age
    James Bain 41
    Catherine Gray 73
    Helen Bain 40
    Catherine Bain 15
    Johan Bain 9
    Hannah Bain 6
    Alexandrin Bain 4
    Betsy Bain 1
    John Bain 10 Mo
    Jean Bain 30

  6. Death notices.

    [excerpted from unknown newspaper in Trenton, NJ]

    KERR -In this city on the 4th inst., Jane, widow of the late Alexander Kerr. Funeral from the residence of her son, M. William T. Kerr, 260 Highland Ave. Time of funeral hereafter. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery, Elizabeth, N.J.

    [excerpted from unknown Trenton newspaper]

    Mrs. Jane Kerr, widow of Alexander Kerr, died early this morning at the home of her son, William T. Kerr, 260 Highland Avenue., following a short illness from heart trouble. Mrs. Kerr was formerly of Elizabeth. She came to Trenton last summer to make her home with her son, who is an instructor at Junior School No. 2. Aside from Mr. Kerr, of this city another son, George Kerr, of Elizabeth, survives. There are also four grandchildren/ Interment will be made at Evergreen Cemetery, Elizabeth, at a time to be announced later. Murphy is in charge of the arrangements.

    [excerpted from unknown Trenton newspaper]

    Mrs. Jane Kerr
    Funeral services will be announced later for Mrs. Jane Kerr, widow of Alexander Kerr, who died yesterday morning at the home of her son, William T. Kerr, 260 Highland Avenue, following a short illness with heart trouble. mrs. Kerr was a resident of Elizabeth, came to this city last summer with her son, who is an instructor at Junior High School No. 2. Besides Mr. Kerr, of this city, another son, George Kerr, of Elizabeth, and four grandchildren survive. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Elizabeth, under the direction of Murphy.