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Posted by: Jayne L. Dietzman Date: June 02, 2001 at 15:30:32
In Reply to: ELIZABETH C. JAYNE by Darla Kelly of 393

I have in my possession a copy of all of the Jayne family reunions from Jan. 1862 thru June 1883. Peter P.Jayne was the brother of my GGGgrandmother, Sarah Ann Jayne Stults. It seems that Peter was married at least 3x. First wife named Charlotte ? at least 2 children Edwin (died May 1864) in Sauk Co. Wis.-military service and Rhuannah (died Feb. 1866 in Odell, Livingston Co.,Ill.
Mary Wheeler was his 2nd wife and Almira Andrus was his 3rd. Elizabeth C.Jayne was usually referred to as Libbie. Her marriage to Nesbit N. Snyder on Oct. 4, 1877 in Lenox, Ashtabula County, Ohio is recorded in the notes for the 15th reunion. Mary died Apr. 27, 1863 in Colebrook, Ohio and he married Almira in Oct.1863. She was from Austinburg, Ohio. I also found mention of the death of Milton O. Jayne in Piper City, Ill-July 1879. It says he is the son of Peter P. Jayne but I do not know which wife was his mother. Peter P. Jayne had 2 brothers- Milton and Luther and at least 6 sisters-Candace, Caroline, Phila , Elizabeth,Sarah Ann, & Melissa. Their parents were Isaac Lanterman Jayne (born Feb.19,1760 in Middle Smithfield, Pike Co., Pennsylvania --Died March 22,1852) and Sarah Oziah Jayne who died May 30, 1864 in Colebrook, Ohio at the age of 78. I have much more on this subject, so if you need any other information feel free to contact me.


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