Indiana McCaslins

Jane BloorAge: 82 years18601943

Name
Jane Bloor
Married name
Jane Longnecker
Birth August 1860 32 40
Death of a brotherGeorge Bloor
before 1870 (Age 9 years)

Census 1870 (Age 9 years)
Census 1880 (Age 19 years)
MarriageHiram E LongneckerView this family
August 23, 1894 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Elosia Longnecker
July 2, 1898 (Age 37 years)
Death of a childUnknown Longnecker
before 1900 (Age 39 years)

Census 1900 (Age 39 years)
Death of a fatherJames C Bloor
January 1, 1909 (Age 48 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a fatherJames C Bloor
after January 1, 1909 (Age 48 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Amity Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 38931604
Death of a motherElizabeth Cerilda (Zerelda) Snodgrass
before 1910 (Age 49 years)

Burial of a motherElizabeth Cerilda (Zerelda) Snodgrass
before 1910 (Age 49 years)
Note: Amity Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 38931609
Census 1910 (Age 49 years)
Death of a husbandHiram E Longnecker
February 10, 1915 (Age 54 years)

Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a husbandHiram E Longnecker
after February 10, 1915 (Age 54 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Amity Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 38978702
Census 1920 (Age 59 years)
Census 1930 (Age 69 years)
Death March 31, 1943 (Age 82 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: April 1, 1853
3 years
elder brother
4 years
elder sister
22 months
herself
sibling
Family with Hiram E Longnecker - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: August 23, 1894, Richland, Illinois
child
daughter

Shared note

In the 1870 US Federal Census for German, Richland, Illinois, 43-year-old Indiana-born James Bloor owns $3,000 worth of real estate and $1,000 worth of personal property. He and his 48-year-old Indiana-born wife Gerilda [sic] [Snodgrass] Bloor have in their household their two Illinois-born daughters, 10-year-old Emma and 9-year-old Jane. James is a farmer and a male citizen of the US over 21 years of age. Cerilda is "keeping house".

In the 1880 US Federal Census for German, Richland, Illinois, 53-year-old Indiana-born farmer James Bloor and his 58-year-old Indiana-born wife Sherilda [sic] [Snodgrass] Bloor have in their household their two Illinois-born daughters, 20-year-old Emma and 19-year-old Jane. James is a farmer and Cerilda is "keeping house". The birth place of James' and Cerilda's parents is not recorded; Emma and Jane's parents were born in Indiana.

H E Longnecker and Jane Bloor married on 23 Aug 1894 in Richland County, Illinois.

In the 1900 US Census for Honey Creek, Crawford, Illinois, 38-year-old Illinois-born Hiram E Longnecker and his 39-year-old Illinois-born wife Jane [Bloor] Longnecker have been married six years. Jane has borne two children, but only one is living, one-year-old Illinois-born Elosia E. Also in this household is a servant [farm laborer], 16-year-old Illinois-born Elmer C Doty. Hiram and Elmer have had no months out of work in the past year. Hiram is farming land he owns, free of mortgage. Hiram, Jane and Elmer are literate and speak English. Hiram's parents were born in Illinois; Jane's parents were born in Indiana; Elosia's parents were born in Illinois; Elmer's father was born in Ohio and his mother in Illinois.

in the 1910 US Federal Census for German, Richland, Illinois, 47-year-old Illinois-born Hiram E Longnecker and his 48-year-old Illinois-born wife Jane [Bloor] Longnecker have been married fifteen years. Jane has borne two children, but only one is living, 11-year-old Illinois-born Elosia E who has attended school in the past year. Hiram is doing "general farming" on land he owns free of mortgage. Everyone is literate and speaks English. Hiram's parents were born in Illinois; Jane's parents were born in Indiana; Elosia's parents were born in Illinois.

In the 1920 US Federal Census for German, Richland, Illinois, 22-year-old Hugh A Richey and his 21-year-old Illinois-born wife Elosia [Longnecker] Richey have in their household their one-year one-month-old Illinois-born son [sic], Opal A, and Elosia's widowed mother, 59-year-old Jane [Bloor] Longnecker. Hugh is farming rented land. All the adults are literate and speak English. Everyone's parents except Jane's were born in Illinois. Jane's parents were born in Indiana.

In the 1930 US Federal Census for German, Richland, Illinois, 33-year-old farmer Hugh A Richey and his 31-year-old Illinois-born wife Elosia [Longnecker] Richey were married when he was 20- and she was 19-years-old [abt 1918]. They have in their household their Illinois-born children, 11-year-old Opal A, 9-year-old Alvin A, 6-year-old Everett E, 3-year 7-month-old Harold H, and 5-month-old Herbert M, and Elosia's mother and aunt, 69-year-old Illinois-born widow Jane [Bloor] Longnecker and 71-year-old Illinois-born widow Emma [Bloor] Conterell. The family is living on a farm. They own a radio. Opal and Alvin have attended school in the past year. Everyone but the four youngest children is literate and speaks English. Hugh is farming rented land and has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. He has not served in the military. Everyone's parents were born in Illinois except Jane's who were born in Indiana [sic - her sister Emma should have her parents recorded as being born in Indiana].

Jane Longnecker, a white female of unknown age, died 31 Mar 1943 in Olney, Richland, Illinois, Certificate # 0000073.