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|Jennie Bruce Lynch
October 2, 1879–April 13, 1947
|Jennie L. Bruce was born at Gordan's Grove, Linn County, Ia. On October 2, 1879. She was the fourth child of ten children born to William and Jennie Bruce.
She grew to womanhood on a farm at Freemont.
She was married to James W. White in 1894. To this union was born one son, James H. White.
In 1912 she was united in marriage to Fred L. Lynch, who preceded her in death in death in 1928.
Mrs. Lynch spent her entire life in the community. She proved to be a real friend and a good neighbor to the many people she came in contact with.
She leaves in her departure for this life, one son, Jame White, three sisters, Mrs. Belle Line and Mrs. Hattie Lloyd of Anamosa, Iowa, Goldie Miller of Spokane, Washington, one brother Lee Bruce, five grand sons, James, Darrell, Levere and Gary White of Anamosa, Galen White, who is in the U. S. Air Corp in Germany, number of relatives and a host of friends.
Mrs. Lynch united with the Anamosa Baptist Church in 1920 and remained a true and loyal member until her death. She was known as a christian by her good deeds and kind acts.
She was a member of Royal Neighbors and the American Legion Auxiliary.
Pallbearers were Pete Robertson, Lee Sanner, Alfred Snyder, Hugo Deininger, Ralph Miller and George Zeuch.
Rev. Walter D. Wigger had charge of the service which was held at the Symkil Funeral Home at 2:00 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. Burial was made at Riverside Cemetery.
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