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Llewellyn Jackson & Two Wives Clippings

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Clippings from Llewellyn's 1st marriage to Minnie Mae Fries plus early years.

Death Calls
  Mrs. Jackson
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Wife of Prominent Business
Man Had Appeared Bet-
ter From Illness.
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     Mrs. Minnie M. Jackson, wife of Llewellyn Jackson, prominent Winchester business man, died suddenly this morning at her home, No. 432 West Cork street. She was found dead about 6:15 o'clock.
     Mrs. Jackson had been in declining health for several months, about five weeks of which had been spent in Memorial Hospital to improve her heart.
     She left the hospital last Tuesday and seemed to be doing nicely, and her death came as a great shock to relatives and friends.
     Mrs. Jackson was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fries, of Frederick county, and had spent her entire life in this community. She was a faithful and devout member of the United Brethren Church, and was quite active in church work as long as her health permitted.
Her Survivors
     Mrs. Jackson is survived by her husband and two children, L. Dilwin Jackson, of Rochester, N. Y., and Miss Mary Jackson, at home; and also by two grandchildren, Charles L. and Betty Jane Jackson, of Rochester; one sister, Mrs. Martin Glaize, of Albin, this county, and two nieces, Mrs. Ray Butler, of Winchester, and Mrs. Charles Wisecarver, of Clarke county.
     The funeral will take place from the home on West Cork street
at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning. Services will be conducted by her pastor, the Rev. Millard J. Miller, and the Rev. George W. Stover, a former pastor of the local church.
     Interment will be in the family lot in Mount Hebron Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Harold Edwards, Trevellis Clark, Walter P. Anderson, William A. Bailey, Silas G. Cather and Carson Dettra.
     Mrs. Jackson's husband is president and general manager of the Virginia Apple Storage, Inc.; a director of the Union Bank of Winchester, and has other large business interests here.
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Clippings from Llewellyn's 2nd marriage to Nenah Love Robinson

(Click here to see clippings from Nenah's 1st marriage to Don Mattison plus early years)

Mrs. D. S. Mattison Married
Today to Mr. Llewellyn Jackson.

     At a simple ceremony performed at 11 o'clock this morning in the bride's home on Morgan street, Mrs. D. S. Mattison and Mr. Llewellyn Jackson were united in marriage by the latter's pastor, the Rev. Luther Bridgers, of the United Brethren Church.
     The bride wore a blue travelling suit with accessories of a different shade of blue and a corsage of spring flowers. The ceremony was witnessed by her sister and brother, Mrs. S. E. Brown and Mr. Hunter Robinson.
     Immediately after the nuptials, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson left for a wedding trip, the destination of which was not divulged. On their return to Winchester, they will make their home on Morgan street.
     Mr. Jackson is quite prominent in business circles in Winchester, having served as manager of the Virginia Apple Storage for some years.

(April 18th 1939)

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     Mrs. Dora Collins of Clearwater, Fla., has been spending the past week here visiting in the home of her cousin, Mrs. Llewellyn Jackson and Mr. Jackson on Morgan street. Mrs. Collins expects to leave Sunday for New York where she will visit her daughter.
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(1939)
      
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Mr. and Mrs. Jackson
Give Family Dinner.

     Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Jackson entertained yesterday at their home on Morgan street at a family dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Brown, of Clearbrook, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brown, of Albin, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Yeakley, daughter, Mary Louise, and son, Harry, and Miss Jennie Flowers, of this city.
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(Dec. 25 - 41)

      
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Mrs. D. S. Mattison
Wedded Yesterday To
Mr. Llewellyn Jackson.

     Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock in a simple ceremony Mrs. D. S. Mattison and Mr. Llewellyn Jackson were united in marriage at the home of the former on Morgan street by the pastor of the latter, Mr. Luther Bridges.
     Mrs. Jackson was attired in a blue travelling suit with accessores in a constrasting shade of blue and a corsage of spring flowers. Mrs. S. E. Brown and Mr. Hunter Robinson, sister and brother of the bride were witnesses.
     Immediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Jackson left for a wedding trip, the destination of which was not revealed. On their return they will make their home on Morgan street.
     Mr. Jackson is a prominent local business man and for a number of years has served as general manager of the Virginia Apple Storage.
(April 18, 1939)
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