Jane Smith Winchester, 18281909 (aged 80 years)

Name
Jane Smith /Winchester/
Also known as
Jane Smith /McCaslin/
Birth
Occupation
Keeping house
Birth of a brother
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Death of a brother
Birth of a sister
Death of a sister
Note: born dead
Death of a brother
Death of a maternal grandmother
October 6, 1848 (aged 20 years)
Burial of a maternal grandmother
Note: Graham Presbyterian Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 80509850)
Marriage
Note: Married by Rev. Scholdield, date also given as 12 Nov 1850
Census
1850 (aged 21 years)
Birth of a son
Death of a father
Note: Died of typhus
Burial of a father
Source: Find a Grave
Source: S3964
Note: Old Shiloh Cemetery, Row 8 Stone 5
Birth of a son
Birth of a daughter
Source: McCaslin Data
Source: Find a Grave
Death of a brother
Birth of a son
Census
Death of a paternal grandfather
Note: 29 Aug 1859 as John's date of death and place as Morgantown, Indiana per Henry Cunningham Winchester and his tombstone, but he is in the census for Monroe, Jefferson, Indiana taken on 2 Aug 1860.
Death of a sister
Birth of a daughter
Birth of a daughter
Death of a mother
Burial of a mother
Source: S3964
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Old Shiloh Cemetery, Row 8 Stone 4 (Find A Grave Memorial# 67336253)
Census
Birth of a son
Marriage of a son
Note: Married by Rev. Black
Marriage of a son
Note: by Dr. Howard Crosby
Census
Marriage of a son
Note: Married by Rev. Williamson
Death of a brother
Burial of a brother
Source: S3964
Note: Old Shiloh Cemetery Row 3 Stone 1
Death of a sister
Burial of a sister
Note: Hurricane Cemetery, Section C Row 9 Stone 2
Marriage of a daughter
Note: Married by Rev. Williamson
Death of a daughter
Note: Died of typhoid fever
Burial of a daughter
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Payn, Row 4, Stone 18 (Find A Grave Memorial# 97165439)
Marriage of a daughter
Note: Married by Rev. Williamson
Death of a husband
Burial of a husband
Source: Find a Grave
Source: S3871
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Payn, Row 4, Stone 16 (Find A Grave Memorial# 97163947)
Marriage of a son
Note: Married by Rev. H.J. Talbot
Marriage of a daughter
Note: Married by Rev. L.P. Marshall
Death of a brother
Death of a sister
Source: S295
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a sister
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Shiloh Cemetery
Death
Burial
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Payn, Row 4, Stone 16 (Find A Grave Memorial# 97164974)
Religion
Presbyterian
Family with parents
father
18041854
Birth: March 4, 1804 20 Hardin, Kentucky
Death: October 1, 1854Union, Johnson, Indiana
mother
18031867
Birth: April 2, 1803 44 31 Rutherford, North Carolina
Death: June 3, 1867Johnson, Indiana
Marriage MarriageDecember 9, 1824
16 months
elder brother
18261887
Birth: March 23, 1826 22 22 Jefferson, Indiana
Death: October 28, 1887Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
15 months
elder sister
18271908
Birth: June 16, 1827 23 24 Johnson, Indiana
Death: March 18, 1908Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
16 months
herself
18281909
Birth: September 28, 1828 24 25 Indiana
Death: April 3, 1909Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
17 months
younger brother
18301844
Birth: March 1, 1830 25 26 Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
Death: November 18, 1844Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
2 years
younger brother
18321904
Birth: March 16, 1832 28 28 Johnson, Indiana
Death: January 30, 1904Carlyle, Allen, Kansas
18 months
younger sister
18331861
Birth: September 17, 1833 29 30 Indiana
Death: March 20, 1861Laporte, Laporte, Indiana
16 months
younger brother
18351858
Birth: January 23, 1835 30 31
Death: September 8, 1858Johnson, Indiana
2 years
younger sister
18371889
Birth: May 31, 1837 33 34 Indiana
Death: November 12, 1889Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
17 months
younger brother
6 years
younger sister
Family with Wosson McCaslin
husband
18271894
Birth: June 18, 1827 29 24 Scott, Indiana
Death: January 26, 1894Johnson, Indiana
herself
18281909
Birth: September 28, 1828 24 25 Indiana
Death: April 3, 1909Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
Marriage MarriageNovember 13, 1850Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
3 years
son
18531921
Birth: May 24, 1853 25 24 Oskaloosa, Mahaska, Iowa
Death: May 9, 1921Decatur, Macon, Illinois
21 months
son
18551930
Birth: February 24, 1855 27 26 Johnson, Indiana
Death: April 5, 1930Shelbyville, Shelby, Indiana
2 years
daughter
18571932
Birth: April 2, 1857 29 28 Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
Death: February 14, 1932Santa Cruz, California
3 years
son
18591941
Birth: October 22, 1859 32 31 Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
Death: June 6, 1941Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, California
23 months
daughter
18611890
Birth: September 22, 1861 34 32 Johnson, Indiana
Death: July 29, 1890Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio
2 years
daughter
18631947
Birth: December 28, 1863 36 35 Franklin, Johnson, Indiana
Death: October 28, 1947Bremerton, Kitsap, Washington
9 years
son
18731952
Birth: January 25, 1873 45 44 Johnson, Indiana
Death: January 8, 1952Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Marriage

Married by Rev. Scholdield, date also given as 12 Nov 1850

Burial

Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Payn, Row 4, Stone 16 (Find A Grave Memorial# 97164974)

Shared note

The 1850 US Federal Census for Union, Johnson County, Indiana, taken on 1 June 1850, shows that Serril Winchester was born in Kentucky, is 46 years old, and a farmer worth $1800. In his household are his wife Mary Ann [Miller] (born in North Carolina, age 47), his son John M (born in Indiana, age 24 and a farmer worth $400), his daughter Jane S. (born in Indiana, age 21), his son Hervey C (born in Indiana, age 18, farmer-no net worth), his daughter Minerva (born in Indiana, age 16), his son Jordan M. (born in Indiana, age 15) and his daughter Melissa A [Malissa Ann] (born in Indiana, age 13)

Wosson McCaslin and Jane Smith Winchester married 13 Nov 1850 in Franklin, Johnson, Indiana

In the 1860 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, Wosson (misspelled again) is a farmer with land worth $5460 and personal property worth $3000..Wossons household consists of himself (age 33), his wife, Jane S (age 31), his sons David S (age 7), Everett M (age 5) and John W (age 7 months) and his daughter, Mary J (age 3). David and Everett are attending school. Wosson is living near his parents as their census information is on the bottom of the preceding census page.His father is household 524 and Wosson is 529

In the 1870 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, Wosson (misspelled Wasson) is still living very near his father and mothers household as their census information is on the same page. In Wossons household is his wife, Jane S [Winchester] (42), his sons, David S (16), Everett (14), John H (10) and his daughters, Josephine (12), Florence (8), Laura (6). They also have a domestic servant, Ellen James aged 17. Wosson has real estate valued as $15,000 and personal property valued at $3,000. He can read and write as can his wife.

In the 1880 US Federal Census for Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, Wosson (misspelled as Wassen) is a 52 year-old farmer. In his household are his wife, Jane S (age 51), his sons, John H (age 20) and Ezra W (age 7), his daughters, Josephine (age 23), Anna (age 18) and Laura (age 16), and his nephews, Charles H (age 15), Elton W (age 12) and William R (age 10). This census and the probate records for John and Jane [Campbell] McCaslin confirm the family story that Wosson and Jane took in the three sons of his brother, John, after the death of their parents.

Franklin Daily Herald October 2, 1885, page 4
Three hundred and twenty-five
tickets were sold at the J. M. & I.
depot at 9 o'clock, for Indianapolis, to
persons attending the State Fair to-
day. The following were among the
number: Prof. Martin of the High
school, Aquilla Matthews and family,
Mrs. George C. Banta, Prof. C. H. Hall,
Mr Wasson McCaslin and family, Miss
Rebecca Thompson and mother, Judge
Banta, Mrs. Waggoner, Henry Holt,
L. Ritchey and wife and John W.
Ragsdale.

Jane S McCaslin died on 3 Apr 1909 at 5:30 am in Franklin, Johnson, Indiana of mitrial insufficiancy, contributing factor chronic hepatitis. She was 80-years, 6 months, 6-days-old. Jane was a white female, born on 28 Sep 1828 in Indiana to Indiana-born Serril Winchester and North Carolina-born Mary Ann Miller. The informant was her son Everett McCaslin of Franklin, Indiana. Jane was buried 8 Apr 1909 in Franklin, undertaker W. D. Covert of Franklin.

Jane Smith Winchester McCaslin died 3 Apr 1909 in Franklin, Johnson, Indiana and was bured in Greenlawn Cemetery, Section Payne, Row 4, Stone 16 (Find A Grave Memorial# 97164974).