Jane Heartgrove Dickson


Personal and Family Information

Jane was born on 16 DEC 1816, the daughter of Joseph Dickson and Eleanor N. Rankin. The place is not known.

She died on 6 APR 1884 in Shelby County, Illinois.

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


Jane Heartgrove Dickson


Joseph Dickson


Joseph Dickson


Margaret Isabell McEwen


James McEwen


Isabella Miller


Eleanor N. Rankin



Birth16 DEC 1816
Death6 APR 1884
Place: Shelby County, Illinois
BurialAPR 1884
Place: Shelby County, Illinois
Age: 78
Address: Cochrans Grove Cemetery, Windsor findagrave MEMORIAL ID 59480160


Note 1

Jane Heartgrove Dickson Curry 1816-1884

Died, at her home in Ash Grove, Sunday, 6 Apr 1884 Mrs. Jane Curry in the 78th year of her age. Deceased had been sick a long time. The immediate cause of death was a tumor in the side. "Old Aunt Jane" as she was familiarly called was one of the oldest settlers and was respected and loved by all who knew her, for her kind motherly ways. All through her long life she was ever kind and sympathetic with her neighbors. She was always social and pleasant. She united with the Christian church some years ago and lived a devoted Christian life. The funeral took place Monday at the Grove church Elder Harrold officiating. Mother Curry leaves several children, among whom is Mrs. J. T. Poe of our city, numerous grandchildren and other relatives and friends to mourn her departure. It is truly said "the Young may die, the old must die." In either case it is sad to part with loved ones; but it is pleasant to reflect upon the well spent life of those who live to a good old age. We should all try to imitate their life of virtue, that it may be said of us, whether we live long or die young, that we have not lived entirely in vain. - Windsor Gazette - 10 Apr 1884... Ash Grove items - Died at her home in Ash Grove, Sunday, 6 Apr, of tumor, Mrs. Jane Curry, she leaves six daughters, two sons and a host of friends. to mourn her loss. Deceased was in her 68th year, she has lived in Ash Grove township fifty odd years. She was a consistent and faithful christian, a good wife, mother and friend, and will be missed. Oh, "what is a home without a mother!"” May God who tempers the winds to the shorn lambs bless this afflicted to our good. Windsor Gazette

findagave MEMORIAL ID 59480160