James Sanders newspaper death announcement
JAMES SANDEES, The Qniet Lifa of -One of Jamestown's . Pioneers Closed by Death, James Sanders, one of .the pioneers of Greene county, died last night at eight o'clock at his residence about one mile from Jamestown. His death was unexpected and caused much sadness In the community where he had lived so long, when the fact that he had breathed bis last became known. He had been np and around almost op to tbe time of bis death. He had been cfBlcted with la grippe and had been in poor health for the past •weeS although able to get about the house. He was born in 1806 and has lived on tbat same farm continuously ever since. He seldom traveled around preferring to remain at home where he spent a peaceful and happy life, en gaaed in his occupation as a farmtr. His wife died some time ago. SIX children are left to monrn hie loss- A son and two daughters, Dorcas and Mattie, resided at home with tt>e!r father; also Katie Judge, who was raised in tbe family, Samuel Sanders and Mrs. Jacob Smith reside near Jamestown and one daughter is living In tbe vicinity of Springfield. Tbe funeral will occur from J amps- town Baptist church to morrow after noon at two o'clock.