Martha Juliana Jackson

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Martha Juliana Jackson (Hammer)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Davidson County, Tennessee, United States
Death: Died
Place of Burial: Monett, Lawrence County, Missouri, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Enoch Lane Hammer and Susanah Cartwrite Hammer
Wife of Isaac Kearns Jackson
Mother of James Henry Jackson and Andrew K. Jackson
Sister of James Allen Hammer; Aaron Hampton Hammer; Houston Stewart (H.S.) Hammer; Elizabeth Chanelga Stroud; Calfernia Brown and 4 others

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About Martha Juliana Jackson

"From Lawrence County Chieftain, 15 Dec 1910:

Death of Mrs. Martha Jackson
Died, at her home near Monett, Martha J. Jackson, nee Hammer, after an illness of eleven days of grip and other complications, aged 75 years, 1 month and 19 days. The deceased was married April 13, 1856, to [?]. K. Jackson, who proceeded [sic] her 15 years ago.
She leaves to mourn her loss, 3 sons, Andrew, Allen and Henry, two sisters, Mrs. Dan Brown of Floresville, Texas, Mrs. Kate Lucky of Marionville, and one brother, Rev. Felix Hammer of Miller. Three sisters and two brothers, Allen and Stewart Hammer, having preceeded her.
Aunt Martha, as she was commonly called, was a loving mother, a kind and affectionate friend and was known far and near for her deeds of kindness in sickness and sorrow. Her hands were ever ready to minister to the helpless and needy. She was converted when young and joined the Presbyterian church and later united with the M. P. church as a charter member on Kings Prairie, which was organized by her brother Felix 33 year[s] ago, and had ever lived a devoted and consecrated christian life. Her work in S. S. and church is a living monument to those that follow after. Pages could be written of her goodness and the half not told.
The funeral discourse was delivered by her pastor, Rev. Qualls, and the remains laid to rest in the King Prairie cemetery. The floral tributes were beautiful, for which the family is thankful. Aunt Martha is gone but not forgotten.
A Friend."
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Martha Juliana Jackson's Timeline

1835
October 18, 1835
Davidson County, Tennessee, United States
1857
October 3, 1857
Age 21
1862
August 11, 1862
Age 26
Mount Vernon, Lawrence County, Missouri, United States
1910
December 7, 1910
Age 75
December 7, 1910
Age 75
Monett, Lawrence County, Missouri, United States