Thursday, March 26, 2009

Meet Cora Hines Jaynes

Cora was my great-grandmother. She died before I was born so I didn't know her. My grandparents lived with her and Tom when they were first married. She was a very loving and warm person. She was well-known for her firey temper.

Ancestors of Cora Hines

Generation No. 1

Cora Hines[1,2], born 08 Mar 1870 in Neoga, Cumberland County, Illinois; died 21 Dec 1948 in Seymour, Jackson County, Indiana[3]. She was the daughter of George Hines and Agnes Joice/Joyce. She married first an Unk Abbott. She married George Thomas Jaynes[4] 11 Sep 1896 in Jackson County, Indiana[5]. He was born 15 Oct 1869 in Washington County, Indiana, and died 15 Mar 1954 in Seymour, Jackson County, Indiana. He was the son of William Obadier Janes and Luraney Willcut.

Generation No. 2

George Hines6, born Jul 1833 in IN; died 1909 in Neoga, Cumberland County, Illinois. He was the son of Cadwell Hines and Susan Angleton. He married Agnes Joice/Joyce 17 Oct 1852 in Switerland County, IN.
Agnes Joice/Joyce[7], born 1832 in Rockingham County, NC; died 1872 in Neoga, Cumberland County, Illinois. She was the daughter of George Washington Joice/Joyce and Jane Iden.

Children of George Hines and Agnes Joice/Joyce are:
  1. Cora Hines
  2. Susan F. Hines
  3. George P. Hines
  4. Nancy Ellen Hines
  5. Louisa Hines
  6. Mary Jane Hines
Endnotes 1. Obituary/Seymour Tribune,Seymour,IN, December 21, 1948 (DOD) Mrs. Cora JaynesMrs. Cora Jaynes, 78, died at her home in Seymour Tuesday night at 7:45 o'clock following a six weeks illness.Funeral services will be held at the Voss Mortuary Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.Mrs Jaynes was born in Jackson County March 8, 1870, the daughter of George and Agnes Joyce Hines. She was married in Brownstown, September 11, 1898 to George T. Jaynes, who survives.Besides the husband she is survived by six children, Harry and Jimmy, and Mrs. Agnes Henley and Mrs. Helen Anderson, all of Seymour; Mrs Mary Trapp, Seymour, RR1; Mrs. Myrtle Ballard, Indianapolis; 26 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and on sister, Mrs. Jane McKinney, Neoga, Illinois.. 2. Obituary/Brownstown Banner, Brownstown BannerFuneral services for Mrs. Cora Jaynes, 78, a life-long resident of Jackson County, will be conducted at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the Voss Mortuary, with the Elder John H Engleking, pastor of the Glenlawn Pentecostal Assembly, in charge. Burial in Chestnut Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. Jaynes died Tuesday night at the home, 309 Hancock Street. Friends may call at the Voss Mortuary.. 3. Obituary, Brownstown Banner. 4. Obituary/Seymour Tribune,Seymour,IN, Seymour Daily Tribune - ObituaryGeorge Jaynes, Aged Seymour Man Succumbs-Rites Held Today Funeral rites were held this afternoon from the Voss Mortuary in Seymour, in charge Rev. Elmore Smith, for George Thomas Jaynes, 81 year old Seymour resident, who died Monday at his home in that city. He had been ill only three days.Burial was in the Chestnut Ridge Cemetery.A native of Washington County, the son of the late William O. and Lorraine Wilcutt Jaynes. The deceased was born October 15, 1869. He was married in Brownstown in 1898 to Cora Hinds, who died in 1948. Mr. Jaynes was employed as a fireman for the Ebner Ice and Cold Storage Company in Seymour for many years.Six children survive. They are Harry Jaynes, James Jaynes, Mrs Agnes Henley, Mrs. Helen Anderson and Mrs Mary Trapp, all residents of Seymour, and Mrs. Myrtle Ballard of Indianapolis.Also surviving are six brother, Joseph Jaynes, Aaron Jaynes and Claude Jaynes of Seymour; Arthur Jaynes of Indianapolis, Luther Jaynes of Connersville and DeWitt Jaynes of Indianapolis; one sister, Mrs Lona Loftis of New Castle; nine grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren.. 5. Marriage Record Jackson County 1850-1920 Inclusive Vol II Letters O-Z, Marriage Book/Jackson Co, IN. 6. 1880 census, Series: T9 Roll: 184 Page: 550, HINES, GEORGE (1880 U.S. Census)ILLINOIS , CUMBERLAND, NEOGAAge: 47, Race: WHITE, Born: INSeries: T9 Roll: 184 Page: 550. 7. 1880 census, Series: T9 Roll: 184 Page: 550, ILLINOIS , CUMBERLAND, NEOGASeries: T9 Roll: 184 Page: 550. 8. Obituary, Neoga, IL Newspaper, 1949.

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