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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Ella Jessup ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Ella Jessup
MAIDEN NAME: Fennell AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 8 Mar 1881 DIED: Sep 1909 BURIED: 10 Sep 1909
DEATH PLACE: Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon
Funeral ordered by Gus Strang
Name of father Thomas Fennell
Maiden name of mother Julia Laughren
OSBH DC (Multnomah County 1909) #48 - Ella Fennell Jessup, female, married, b. 8 Mar 1881 in Iowa, d. 8 Sep 1909 in Portland, Oregon [860 E Harrison St.], name of father Thomas Fennell (b. Iowa), maiden name of mother Julia Laughren (b. Iowa), undertaker - J. P. Finely and Son, informant Susie Fennell Pipes of Eugene, Oregon.
The remains of the late Mrs. Albert Jessup will be buried today in the I. O. O. F. cemetery, the body arriving on the Oregon Electric at 1:35 p. m. and the funeral will be held immediately after its arrival. Services will be conducted at the grave by Rev. P. S. Knight.
Daily Oregon Statesman 10 Sep 1909 4:3.

Died, in Portland, September 6, 1909, Ella Fennell-Jessup, aged 29 years, after a brief illness. The remains were taken to Salem and buried in the Odd Fellows cemetery where Mrs. Jessup had a daughter buried. The funeral services were simple but impressive, only the members of the family being present.
The services were conducted by Rev P.S. Knight.
The death of Mrs. Jessup came as a surprise to her parents, she having left here only a short time since, having come here from her home at Boise on a short visit to her parents who reside a short distance out of town. She was not feeling well at the time of her visit here but her indisposition was not taken seriously by her relatives.
Mrs. Ella Fennell-Jessup was a daughter of Thomas Fennell of this city, and was raised here where she has a large circle of friends. She was married a few years ago to Dr. Albert Jessup of Salem and removed with her husband at Boise, Idaho, where they made their home until a few months ago. She is survived by her husband, her father and one sister, Mrs. Susie Fennell-Pipes, of Eugene. Mrs. Jessup had many friends in Independence and Salem and the news of her death comes as a sad surprise to all. 
Independence Enterprise (Fri) 17 Sep 1909, 8:2
OSBH DC (Multnomah Co., 1909) #48
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Saucy Survey & Photographs
DOS 10 Sep 1909 4:3
IE 17 Sep 1909, 8:2
LOT: 484 SPACE: 3 SW S½ LONGITUDE: N 44° 55.175' LATITUDE: W 123° 02.859'

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