The Kellerton Globe, Kellerton, Iowa
Thursday, March 3, 1898, page 1.
Mrs. Jane SINCOE (sic, should be SINCO) departed this life at her home in Kellerton, Iowa, February 23, 1898, at the good old age of 81 years, 4
months and 7 days.
Jane BENNETT was born in South Carolina, October 12, 1816; moved with her parents to Indiana, where
she was married to Henry SINCO, November 19, 1834. Mr. & Mrs. SINCO came to Jefferson Co., Iowa in 1844; then to Garden Grove,
Decatur County in 1852 and thence to Ringgold county in 1855, where she remained until her death. She united with the
Christian church in 1862 and has been a faithful and zealous member for thirty-six year. She was the mother of eight
children, three boys and five girls, five of whom survive, viz;
J[ohn]. C. SINCO; Mrs. Maggie BARNES, of Ringgold county; Mrs.
Mary E. SCOTT, of Mountain Grove, Mo.; Caroline V. JOHNSON, of Sutherland, Neb.; Charlotte FURGUSON, of South Dakota. Mrs.
SINCOE leaves thirty-eight grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren. Her children, grandchildren & great grand children
stood by her bed in the last hours.
The funeral services were held at the Christian Church, February 24, at 2 o'clock p.m. "We're Going Home" was softly played
by the organist while the friends and relatives entered the building; then the singers sang "Nearer My God to Thee", then
the Twenty-Third Psalm was read by the pastor and Rev. W. C. SMITH, pastor of the M.E. church led in prayer. After prayer,
Miss MORELAND sang "Gathering Homeward", Lewis P. KOPP, pastor of Christian church then read 1 Thes. IV. 13-18, and spoke
briefly on "our hope for the Christian who has fallen asleep". Rev. W. F. MARK followed with a few, tender, thoughtful and
comforting words. The singers then sang "Asleep in Jesus" and "Some Sweet Day". "Home Sweet Home" was softly played as the
friends and relatives passed from the building. Interment was at the Kellerton [Maple Row] Cemetery.
Mrs. SINCOE lived in Kellerton twelve years and leaves many warm friends. She was known as a faithful mother, a good
neighbor, a true friend, and above all a faithful Christian, whose faith and hope continued to the end and she leaves for
us a good Christian record.
NOTE: Jane's husband, Henry SINCO died at the age of 74 on April
17, 1874 in Riley Township, Ringgold County, Iowa.
Henry was interred at Lillie Cemetery, Bloomington Township of Decatur County, Iowa. Jane (BENNETT) SINCO
was interred at Maple Row Cemetery, Kellerton, Iowa. Of their children:
John C. SINCO, their son, was born at Bloomington, Green County, Indiana
on January 12, 1839, and died in 1889. His wife
Caroline Watson (KLING) SINCO was born in Pennsylvania April 27, 1846, and died at Benton, Iowa, on June 25, 1933. They
were interred at Maple Row Cemetery, Kellerton, Ringgold County, Iowa.
Maggie A. (SINCO) BARNES was born in 1854, and died in 1936 with interment in Maple Row Cemetery beside her husband,
William H. BARNES (1841-1927), a Civil War Veteran.
Obituary submitted by Judy SHAW, July 27, 2004
Note by Sharon R. Becker, 2008
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