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They were parents of one girl and three boys who, with their mother, died of diphtheria in 1873 and are buried in Coon Creek Cemetery in Grundy County, MO.
He later married Mahala, who became the mother of Pearl, Myrtle, and Iva.
He died June 18, 1894 and is buried in Fox Cemetery (also known as Welch Chapel) in Grundy County, MO. Source: Unknown Birth of Abi Alburn Haston: This child married Mary Francis Newman (born on December 3, 1837 at Taylorsville) on February 1, 1859.
He died on Easter Sunday, April 8, 1917 and is buried in Catholic Cemetery in Abilene, KS. The Bible record says that he died of "just old age," "fell asleep like a child - no pain and conscious until sleep overtook him." More Information Source: Jesse Haston family Bible record Birth of Ann Eliza Haston: This daughter died on Dec 15, 1849 and is buried in the Haston Cemetery near Glasgow, Missouri.
Source: Howard County, MO Marriages ---- Note: The wife of early White County, TN pioneer Nicholas Gillentine was Jane Elizabeth Terry Gillentine or Elizabeth Jane Terry Gillentine.
However: Birth of Jane Haston: This daughter married Nathaniel Davis on January 3, 1837.Birth of Ida Litia Haston: This daughter was born in Glasgow, MO and married Edmund J. She died on December 7, 1926 and is buried in the Gillum City Cemetery in Saline County, MO.Her death certificate (information provided by her sister Lillian Haston Jones) indicates that she was born July 21, 1861.That would have made his birth date sometime in 1844.Death of Jesse's wife, Elizabeth Gillentine: Elizabeth, the first wife of Jesse Haston, died in 1847 in Howard County, MO. She is buried in the Haston Cemetery, near their home and near Glasgow, MO. White: Jesse and his second wife, Susan, had two sons, both of whom died at a young age.