Good work.More empty blocks on my genealogical program are now filled in.
I am working on several major postings on John Charles Jetmore and the upper generations of the Jetmore family, bringing together all my very disorganized research.Unfortunately, it is a bottomless pit for time.
Anyway, here are a few additions to your information.
Jemima Hall Jetmore was the daughter of Benjamin Garner Hall and Mary”Polly” Seitz Hall.Benjamin is mentioned on the Lyndon, Kansas web site as one of its founders.They were originally from Bremen, Fairfield County, Ohio and lived for a time on a farm close to Kalida, Putnam County, Ohio, before moving to Kansas.Jemima was born after 1850, because she was not listed in the 1850 census of Putman County, as a child of her parents, who were living in Putnam County, Ohio at the time.She had another sister born before her in Putnam County.The Osage County, Kansas Clerk of Court web site lists their wedding license, as “Charles Jetmore” and “Jenima E. Hall” from Book B, Page 0044.John Charles and Jemima Jetmore married in Osage County, Kansas, because that is where her parents lived. The Marion County census says she was 23 in 1850, which would place her birth date around 1853.I have a photo of her, if anyone is interested.
As you mention, she died in Leadville, Colorado, in January of 1888.The Hall family history says she died in January of 1889, but 1888 is almost certainly the year, since on December 19, 1888 John Charles Jetmore remarried Mary Jane "Jennie" Dewey in Mc Cook, Red Willow County, Nebraska.She was only 16 at the time. She was born in Cumming County, Nebraska in about 1872.She was the daughter of Anthony Dewey and Rebecca E. Holliday Dewey.I do not know what he was doing in Nebraska, since he had been living in Colorado and soon was living there again.A suspicion is that it may have been a stop for his likely railroad job.They had a daughter, Maud Jetmore in about 1889.The name “Maud” is interesting.John Charles had a sister, Mary Caroline Jetmore who seems to have gone by the name of Maud.His sister, Maud Jetmore was born onFebruary 25, 1871 in Missouri.She married William Thomas Musick, likely in Eureka, Illinois.William Thomas Musick was the brother of Hannah Grace Musick, who married, Harvey Absolum Jetmore, the brother of John Charles and Maud.
Their son, Benjamin Hall Jetmore was born November 29, 1883 in Marion, Kansas.My grandfather ended up being placed in the farm of his maternal aunt, Mary Ann Hall Veach, who was born January 1, 1850 in Putnam County, Ohio and her husband Martin Luther Veach, who was born September 3, 1849.The Veaches were married in Lyndon, Osage County, Kansas on October 4, 1870.The Veach family history mentions Martin’s stay in Kansas and his return to Kalida, Ohio.The 1900 census reports that Benjamin Jetmore was living on the farm of Martin Luther Veach in Putnam County, Ohio in 1900, without either of his parents. However, it referred to him as a farm hand. The Veaches were widely respected in the Kalida community.Martin Luther Veach died on March 1, 1914 and Mary Ann Hall Veach died on August 25, 1925, both in Kalida, Ohio.
Benjamin Jetmore married Mary Elizabeth Summers, daughter of John William Summers and Rosa Clevenger “Rosella” Summers, on August 27, 1885 in Kalida, Ohio.Mary’s Clevenger ancestors are mentioned on the Kalida web site as being among the original settlers of Putnam County, Ohio.The Summers were of Irish descent.Mary Summers Jetmore was born September 6, 1887 in Putnam County, Ohio near Kalida.They had three daughters, namely Rose Marie Jetmore, who was born December 10, 1906 in Kalida, Ohio, Gertrude S. Jetmore, who was born March 6, 1909 in Kalida, Ohio and Kathryn Jetmore, who was born April 24, 1912 in West Liberty, Ohio.Benjamin Hall Jetmore worked most of his life as a conductor on the interurban, which was an electric railroad car service among various Ohio cities, but which went out of business with the advent of the automobile.He died October 5, 1968 in Springfield, Ohio.He is buried in Vale Cemetery, Clark County, Ohio.Mary Summers Jetmore died in Springfield, Ohio February 7, 1966 and is also buried buried in Vale Cemetery, Clark County, Ohio.
Rose Marie Jetmore King married Hamlin Caldwell King, Sr. in July of 1940 in Springfield, Ohio.She had been a school teacher, but became a homemaker upon getting married.Hamlin was born June 28, 1894 in Vanlue, Hancock County, Ohio.They lived most of their lives in Springfield Ohio, where he taught school, was a school principal and managed an office building.Hamlin Caldwell King, Sr. was the son of Robert Leffler King and Lola Montez Askam.The King family built much of downtown Springfield in the mid to late 1800s.Hamlin died October 25, 1978 in Zephyr Hills, Florida and is buried in Oakside Cemetery, Zephyrhills, Florida.Rose Marie Jetmore King died on May 22, 2001 in Zephyr Hills Florida and is buried in Oakside Cemetary, Zephyrhills, Florida.
Gertrude S. Jetmore, married David P. Hamilton, Jr. in 1941.David died in Springfield in about 1991.Gertrude died April 6, 1992 in a nursing home in Fairfield, Ohio.They also lived most of their lives in Springfield, Ohio where they owned and operated a tin shop.Both Hamiltons are buried in Vale Cemetery, Clark County, Ohio next to the Jetmores.
Kathryn Jetmore was married much of her life to David Rodeheffer, whom she eventually divorced.She was a registered nurse.While married to David Rodeheffer, she lived in Detroit.She lived for a while in Redwood, California and retired to Zephyrhills, Florida.She married a man with the last name of Fenster in Zephyrhills, Florida, which marriage also ended in divorce.She then married Douglas Hamm in Denver, Colorado, but lived in Zephyrhills.She died February 5, 1994 in Zephyrhills, Florida and was cremated.Her urn, along with that of her husband, Douglas Hamm are situated in a cemetery between Zephyrhills and Dade City, Florida.
Hope that fills in a few blocks for you.