Jemimah Ann Trammel Oneal Jamerson
Pub. Times, February 9, 1922
AN OLD CITIZEN GONE
Jemimah Ann Trammel, daughter of Fields and Elizabeth Trammel, was born December 25, 1842; was married to Samuel D. Oneal, January 1, 1865. To this union was three children, Mary J., Will and Joe. Her husband died July 4, 1875. She was then united in marriage to Christopher Jamerson, June 16, 1877. To this union was born three children, Ida Belle, George L. and Milton. She received a good education and taught school. She was converted at the age of about 18 years and joined he Methodist church at Cherry Grove. She later joined the Baptist church at Smith's Chapel, where she was a member until death. She was the last one of 10 children. For some years she has been blind and almost an invalid, yet she always cheerful and never complained. She made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Ida Bolerjack, where she received the best of attention, often saying they were so good to her. Her sickness was of short duration. Yet all was done that loving hands could do, yet God who knows best has taken her home, February 5, 1922, at the ripe age of 79 years, 1 month and 11 days. She leaves to mourn their loss, 4 sons, 1 daughter, 1 step so, Bill Jamerson, 1 step daughter, Mrs. Florence Moore, 30 grandchildren, 6 great grand children and a host of relatives and friends.
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