Adair County News, November
25, 1942, page four
Mrs. Julia F. Janes Dies At Sparksville
Mrs. Julia F. Janes, 74, who lived near Breeding, died at 9 a.m. Sunday
the home of her nephew, Edgar Jesse, near Sparksville. She had been ill
for several weeks following a stroke.
Mrs. Janes was born and reared in the Breeding community and belonged to
a well-known family of that section. Her husband, J.R. Janes, died three
years ago. She was a member of the Pleasant Grove Christian Church.
She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. J.C. Rowe, Mrs. Sam Estes, and
Mrs. W.L. Janes, and one brother, S.E. Estes.
Funeral services were held at the Breeding Methodist Church at 2 p.m.
Monday, conducted by Rev. M.B. Hodges. Interment in the family cemetery.
The pallbearers were" Messrs. Ben and Elbert Rowe, Edgar and Granville
Jesse, Holland Estes, Deering Firkin, J.D. Gowen and Acey Warner.