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Jennie Cooper nee Mentink

1872 - 1908



Mrs. J. A. Cooper died on Sunday, July 5, 1908, at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Mentink, 409 Western Avenue. She had been ill with Bright's disease for about a year and a half.  Her husband and a four-year-old son survive her.  Tuesday afternoon her funeral was held from the home to Oak Hill cemetery, Rev. H. C. Rehm of the Congregational Church conducting the services.  Deceased was born and reared in Watertown, her maiden name being Jennie Mentink.  After graduating from the Watertown High school she was employed for years at the telephone exchange in this city up to the time of her marriage on June 8, 1903.  She was a lady who was greatly beloved by a large acquaintance, all of whom learned of her death with sincere sorrow.


Cross Reference:

Mentink, John, A, Jr    1891, Obit



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