Jennie Florence Taylor

Born: Mar 23, 1865
Loc: Paynes Point, Ogle Co. IL
Died: Sept 24, 1945
Loc: Seattle, King Co. WA
Father: Mason Taylor
Mother: Jane Curtis
Married: Oct. 4, 1887 at Dayton,
Columbia Co. WA
Spouse: Charles I. Range, son of John P. Range and Margaret Ann Cross
Source:  Old Range Bible
WA Marriage Index:
04 Oct 1887 Taylor, Jennie of Columbia Co Range, Charley I. of Shoshone
Marriage Certificate:
Territory of Washington
County of Columbia
This is to certify that the undersigned, a Minister of the Gospel, by authority of a License bearing date the 4 of October A. D. 1887, and issued by the State Auditor of the County of Columbia did, on the 4 day of October A. D. 1887, at the house of the Bride's Father, in the County and Territory aforesaid, join in lawful wedlock Charles I Range, of the County of Shoshone of the Territory of Idaho and Jennie T. Taylor of the County of Columbia, of the Territory of Washington, with their mutual assent, in the presence of:
Mrs. Clara Ilston and G. M. Ilston as witnesses.
Witness my hand, L. N. B. Anderson
Children:  Curtis/Phillip/Margaret/Merle

1870 Census: Pine Rock, Ogle Co, IL
1900 Census: Seattle, King Co. WA
1910 Census: Lopez, San Juan Co. WA
1920 Census: Bellingham Twp, Whatcom Co. WA
1930 Census: Sunnydale, King Co. WA

WA Death Index:
Name: Jennie T Range
Place of Death: Seattle
Age: 80
Gender: F
Date of Death: 24 Sep 1945
Certificate: 4143
Death Notice:
Range - Jennie, 3111-B Eastlake Ave., aged 80 years, beloved mother of Mrs. Margaret Frase, Seattle,
three grandchildren. Services Thursday, 1 p.m. Green Lake Funeral Home.
Source: Seattle Times - Sept. 26, 1945 page 23\
Cremated, location of ashes unknown
Obituary: Mrs. Jennie Range
Funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Range, 80 years old, of 3111-B Eastlake Ave., who died yesterday at her home, will be held at 1 o'clock Thursday at the Green Lake funeral home. Mrs. Range came to Seattle 50 years ago from Paines Point, ILL. She is survived by one daughter Mrs. Margaret Frase, Seattle and three grandchildren.
Source: Seattle Times - Sept. 25, 1945 page 22