F, #45174, b. Feb 17, 1854, d. Dec 8, 1913
|Father*||John Boles1 b. circa 1817, d. circa 1900|
|Mother*||Margarette Scott1 b. circa May, 1823, d. Jan 30, 1907|
|Birth*||Feb 17, 1854||Jane Boles was born on Feb 17, 1854 at Finch, Stormont Dundas and Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.1|
|She was the daughter of John Boles and Margarette Scott.1|
|Marriage*||Jan 1, 1872||Jane Boles married Alexander Henry on Jan 1, 1872 at Osnabruck Centre, Stormont Dundas and Glengarry County, Ontario, Canada.2|
|Death*||Dec 8, 1913||Jane Boles died on Dec 8, 1913, at age 59 at Massena, Saint Lawrence County, New York, United States.1,2|
|Obituary||Dec 11, 1913|| OBITUARY: Mrs. Alexander Henry died at her home at Massena Springs Monday evening, December 8, at 9:30 o'clock, aged 69 years. |
The funeral will be held this (Thursday) afternoon at two o'clock at the house, Rev. F. A. Miller, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. Interment in Pine Grove Cemetery.
Jane Boles was born in Osnabruck Center, Ont., February 17, 1854, and remained at home until January 1, 1872, when she was married to Alexander Henry and since then they have lived on farms in and near Massena until five years ago when they moved to the Springs. Mrs. Henry has been a great sufferer from chronic rheumatism, not having been able to take a step in the last five years, but she was never heard to complain.
Besides her husband she is survived by five sons and four daughters, John, Fred, Edwin, Sam and William, all of Massena; Mrs. George Orcutt, of Norfolk, Mrs. Richard Hartford, of Massena Center, Mrs. James Gilman, who resided at home and cared for her on mother, and Ida May Henry, who lived at home. She is also survived by five sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Margaret Richards, Mrs. Robert Cline, Mrs. Guy Grant, of Massena, Mrs. William Hessen, of North Stockholm, Mrs. Fred J. Smith, of South Royalton, Vt, Oliver Bole, at Woodstock, Vt., and Matthew Bole, of South Royalton.
All that loving hands and medical skill could do to alleviate her suffering was done but nothing seemed to give her permanent relief. Mrs. Henry leaves a large circle of friends who will regret to hear of her death.
Published in the Massena Observer - Thursday, December 11, 1913.3
|Burial*||Dec 11, 1913||She was buried on Dec 11, 1913 at Old Pine Grove Cemetery, Massena, Saint Lawrence County, New York, United States, Find A Grave Memorial# 31493413.4|
|Alexander Henry b. circa 1850, d. circa 1923|