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In Memory of
The Jones's

Fred and Annie's gifts to their family were love of each other, self-respect, good work ethics and their knowledge that because of your family you are never alone and always loved.  (Quote by Linda Terrill)


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Annis Cordella (Dover) Jones

Annis Cordella(Dover)Jones had eleven kids. Delice Marie Watson being the first born, then a set of twins girls (Jaunetta and Lolavetta) One lived one day, the other one month. January of 1927. 

Ruby (Jones) Watts and Delice Marie (Watson) Powell around 1945

 This is my most favorite picture of mom (Delice) of all.  She is so pretty and had the heart of an angle. She always seen to it that us kids had what we needed.  Maybe not what we wanted, but what we needed. I remember my first high heels, they were all of one inch heels, but I thought they were four inch.  I had fun trying to walk in them.  Mother was always sewing for us to.  She did her best in raising us physical as well as spritual.  I think she knew what I was about to face when you lose one of your parents. She had already faced that herself.  She never once complain to me during her last days.  I want to say Mom forgive me for my self-pity, but now I know she already had, by her soft gentle way she help me, to help her.  Mom I love you, and I miss you. 

Fred Richmond and Annis Cordella Watson Family

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JONES FAMILY REUNION 2000 (Family Quilt)

Top Picture: Left to Right  Kenneth Jones - Bertha (Jones) Hinchcliff - Florence (Jones) Capes - Arnold Jones - Lloyd Jones - Ruby (Jones) Watts - Evelyn (Jones) Long - Jerrel Jones
Bottom Picture: Left to right:  Ruby - Florence - Lloyd - Evelyn - Bertha

 Ruby (Jones) Watts was the host of the Jones 5th BI-ANNUAL GATHERING in Sandy, Oregon. A square was also included in the quilt for Delice and her three kids.  I want to Thank the family for all the love you have show to us. Ruby sent me a two page rememberance of her time that she had spent with my mother Delice. Thank you Ruby, it meant a lot to us kids.