William J. Jones
1872 - 1946
William J. Jones,
Tenth ward supervisor, died
Mr. Jones was born in
He married Miss
Bertha Zautner on
Mr. Jones was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. He also held memberships in Watertown Lodge No. 49, F. & M., the Plattdeutscher Verein, Lincoln Lodge No. 20, K of P., and the Turner society. He was also a member of the Watertown chapter, EMBA, and was for years a member of the Lebanon Band. He had also been a member of the old Cavalry Band here until it left for camp just prior to World War II.
Mr. Jones had served on the Jefferson County board of supervisors many years and was also a member of the board of review in Watertown.
He was a man who had many interests, among them the early history of Watertown. He kept collection of data about Watertown events and early history of the community and was interested in anything historical pertaining to Watertown and Jefferson County.
The funeral was held from the Schmutzler Funeral Home with services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery. The Rev. William P. Chamberlain, rector of St. Paul's Church, conducted the funeral. There were Masonic services at the grave.
History of Watertown, Wisconsin