Person:Mary Clement (17)

Watchers
m. 31 Jan 1839
  1. Mary Jane Clement1845 - 1930
  2. Mary Clement1847 - 1910
  • HNewton Davis1834 - 1903
  • WMary Jane Clement1845 - 1930
m. 1861
Facts and Events
Name Mary Jane Clement
Gender Female
Birth[1] 21 Apr 1845 Jackson Center, Shelby, Ohio, United States
Marriage 1861 to Newton Davis
Death[1] 21 Feb 1930 Riverside, Riverside, California, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    108:11:350, March 17, 1930.

    Margaret Jane Clement Davis was born April 21, 1845, at Jackson Center, Ohio, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Sweet, 241 Cridge Street, Riverside, February 21, 1930.
    Mrs. Davis was married to Newton Davis in 1861 at Milton, Wis. [Welton, Iowa], and to this union five children were born - two sons and three daughters - R. C. Davis of Atascadero, Calif.; B. F. Davis of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Charles Anderson of Concord, Calif.; Mrs. J. E. Sweet of Riverside, and Lottie Bell, who passed beyond some years ago. Mrs. Davis united with the Seventh Day Baptist Church at an early age, and has been a faithful and valuable member since. Her many friends knew her as "Aunt Jane," and her kindly interest in everyone has stirred many, many hearts to love her.
    Mrs. Davis has spent a busy and helpful life; many hard years in pioneer and frontier life have been hers but through all she has had hope and faith in the divine purpose of life and has cheered and was cheerful even to the last. Her last illness was lingering but patience kept the closing hours bright and she seemed glad to meet her Master face to face. Many friends, with relatives, today grieve because of separation and in memory call her blessed.
    Memorial services were held in Preston's Funeral Chapel on February 24, 1920, in charge of Pastor G. D. Hargis. Interment in Olivewood cemetery. G. D. H.