The Chehalis Bee-Nugget March 13, 1931
No. No. No. Packwood, Meskill, and 138, 140, 141, Consolidated, 208, C. 215, Consolidated, Toledo 226, Mrs. Jane Dever Dies In Los Angeles Mrs. Jane A. Dever, widow of P. Dever, who, until the family moved to Los Angeles seven years ago, was one of Chehalis' best and highly respected Civil war veterans, died Saturday, March 7, ac- erans, aiea baturaay, m d rca ,, at- to cording to news received at .Chehalis Wednesday by Mrs. A E. Rice. Â· Dever family came to Cheahs m s from Wisconsin. April 3, last year, and Mrs. Dever celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary in Los Angeles. A short time afterwards Mr. Dever, who was then 92 years of died. Mrs. Dever, who was born Dublin, Ireland, April 7, 1S44, have been 87 years old early next month. Mrs. Dever, whose maiden name was Jane A. Dixon, was married to Mr. Dever at Portage City, Wis. During the Civil war he had outstanding record, serving four years and one month. During his lifetime here he was an active member of Joe Hooker G. A. R. Post Mrs. Dever also took an active interest in the local W. R. C. Two daughters, Mrs. Maggie Bryan and Mrs. Annie Dever; and three sons, George J. Dever, well known South Bend business man, A. A. Dever Jack Dever of Los Angeles, survive the mother. There are also six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren Funeral services were delayed pending the arrival of George who left for Los Angeles promptly on receipt of news of his mother's death.