Mrs. Isaac Jackson

Funeral Services Mrs. Isaac Jackson Held Friday

Final rites for Mrs. Isaac Jackson, who died following a long illness at the Lutheran hospital in Norfolk, on Tuesday, were held at the Immanuel Lutheran Church on Friday afternoon. Services at the Resseguie Funeral Home preceded the rites at the church. Mrs. Jackson, who had been in failing health for four years was taken to the Lutheran hospital on Friday preceding her death. The Rev. John E. Stayton officiated and burial was in the Crown Hill cemetery.  The last surviving member of a family of eight children, she was also preceded in death by her parents, one son, Hayden, and one daughter, Mrs. Mildred Calmer.

Minnie Belle Wiseman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wiseman, was born in Richardson County, Nebraska on March 3, 1874, and moved with her parents to Nodaway County, Missouri when she was three years old. She was united in marriage with Isaac Jackson in 1894 at Marysville, Missouri, and to this union then children were born.

Surviving are her husband, five daughters, Mrs. Harold Reeves, and Mrs. Phillip Dieter, both of Madison, Mrs. Maude Feckler of West Point, Mrs. Mary Stairs of Norfolk, and Mrs. Floyd Mahan of Webster. Three sons, Harry and Howard of Madison and Herman of Hoskins. Also sixteen grandchildren and five great.grandchildren. Source: excerpts from Madison Star-Mail, Thursday, August 31, 1950, page 1.