Obit: Christie, Jane A. (1833 - 1907)
Surnames: CHRISTIE HEMP BINGHAM BOSTWICK FARNING CHADWICK
----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/03/1907
Christie, Jane A. (1 Dec 1833 - 29 Sep 1907)
Mrs. Jane A. Christie died Sept. 29, 1907, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Adolph Hemp in this city. She was born in England Dec. 1, 1833, her maiden name being Jane A. Bingham. At an early age she came to this country with her parents. Before the Civil War she married Mr. Bostwick, and to them were born four sons, Henry, Martin, Clark and George. He husband enlisted, and died in an army hospital. She afterwards married James Christie, and they came to live on a farm near Greenwood, Clark County. Mr. Christie died Oct. 2, 1883. Of the second family Mrs. Martha Farning and Mrs. Minnie Chadwick are deceased. Those loving are Mrs. Hemp and Joseph Christie, who lives in Eaton. The funeral was held Tuesday at the M.E. Church, Rev. W.P. Burrows and Rev. W.T. Hendren officiating. The members of the family wish to thank the friends, and especially the members of the local Camp of Royal Neighbors, for their kind assistance and sympathy.
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Re: Obit: Christie, Jane A. (1833 – 1907)
Contact: Robert Powel
Re: Obit: Christie, Jane A. (1833 - 1907)
AUTHOR: Robert Powel DATE: Friday, 25 November 2005, at 7:38 p.m.
Reply To: (#1008) Obit: Christie, Jane A. (1833 - 1907) Author: Stan Date: Tuesday, 13 August 2002, at 5:23 a.m.
Buried at site f19 is one Jane A. Christie. The addition is that her parents were William Greenwood Bingham and Hannah Hempstock Bingham. They came from England circa. 1835 from Nottinghamshire area.
Also, in a space next to her is a grave marked Grandmother. This is the presumed burial of Hannah, who came with Jane A. Bingham, after her husbands death.
Jane A. Bingham married James on 4 Oct. 1864 in La Crosse WI
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