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Miss Florence JACKSON
©Nashville News
January 25, 1906

© Glenn

Florence E. JACKSON

New Home Cemetery



Friday June 29, 1906 Miss Florence Jackson, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson died Monday morning after a brief illness at the family home south of town. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational church, a touching and impressive sermon being delivered by the Congregational minister from Pond Creek, after which the body was laid to rest in the cemetery adjacent to the church. Miss Florence was about 14 years old, a lovable, gracious, young girl, one of earth's fairest treasure's, the pride and joy of a happy home, and her untimely death casts a gloom over all her many friends.



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