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Jane Church (1833-1917) was the daughter of Henry and Clarissa Church. She was one year old when she and her family arrived in Chagrin Falls from Massachusetts. Jane was a woman of definite opinions. She attended the local schools and was an accomplished seamstress.

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Jane Elizabeth Church. Daughter of Henry Church, Sr. and Clarissa Sanderson Church.
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Henry Church, Sr. and Clarissa Church and their grown children circa 1870. Jane Elizabeth Church is on the far right in the front row.
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Soldiers’ Monument in Evergreen Hill Cemetery. It was dedicated in 1867. Jane Church led the effort to raise the money for the monument.
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Silver ice water set given to Jane Church for her work during the Civil War and for raising funds for the Soldiers’ Monument in Evergreen Hill Cemetery.

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