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The Ancestors of Frances L.Turner

Generation No. 5

ASBURY MACK SELF  was born 09 September 1834 in Alabama, and died 03 December 1901 in Coos County, Oregon.

He married OLIVA SAPHRONIA JAQUES 09 November 1871 in Nye County, Nevada. 

She is the daughter of ERNEST JAQUES and MARIA USHER.

She was born 09 February 1854 in Cottonwood, Yolo, California, and died 29 April 1891 in Coos County, Oregon.

CA 1860 Census, El Dorado County, Mountain Township, pg. 1178

Self, A. M.

1870 Nevada Territorial Census Index

Self A. M. listed Nye Co., Nevada Duckwater Twp

1880 Nevada Territorial Census Index

Self, A. M., Ida J. and Oliva listed in Nye Co., Nevada Duckwater

Children of ASBURY SELF and OLIVA JAQUES are:

i. JESSE ADELINE SELF, b. 21 September 1872, Duckwater, Nye, Nevada; d. 16 March 1957, Myrtle Point,Coos, Oregon;

m. JAMES DAVID HAYES, 24 December 1892, Coos County, Oregon; b. 19 November 1856, Johnson Co., Tennessee; d. 10 February 1928, Myrtle Point,Coos, Oregon.

ii. IDA JOSEPHINE SELF, b. 15 March 1874, Duckwater, Nye, Nevada; d. 22 November 1928, Myrtle Point, Coos, Oregon;

m. THOMAS WILLIAM MCCLOSKEY, 06 November 1892, Coos County, Oregon; b. 08 February 1866, Rochester, Minnesota; d. 20 May 1921, Corcoran, Kings, California.

iii. MARY SELF, b. 07 December 1879, Duckwater, Nye, Nevada; d. 10 April 1880, Duckwater, Nye, Nevada.

iv. NELSON SELF, b. 07 December 1879, Duckwater, Nye, Nevada; d. 10 April 1880, Duckwater, Nye, Nevada.

v. FANNIE NEVADA SELF, b. 13 October 1882, Duckwater, Nye, Nevada; d. 20 June 1974, San Leandro, Alameda, California;

m. JASPER ORSON OSBORN, 31 December 1902, Coos County, Oregon; b. 25 February 1878, Wisconsin; d. 22 April 1959, Santa Cruz, California.
Myrtle Point Enterprise Friday, Jan 2, 1903

A very pretty wedding took place Wed., Dec. 31, 1902 at 8pm at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.W. McCloskey, when their sister, Miss Fannie Self was united in marriage to Mr. Jasper O. Osborn, Rev. Thos Barklow, of the German Baptist church, being the officiating minister. The house was decorated with cedar plants and flowers and presented a beautiful appearnce. The contracting parties were united within the enclosure of an immense arch of evergreens. Miss Sarah Wagner acting as bridesmaid and Bert McCloskey as best man. The bride is a well known, popular and highly respected young lady and has many friends. The groom is one of the excellent young men of our town. He is a sober industrious young man and is deservedly popular. The Enterprise joins with their many friends in wishing them health, happiness and prosperity through life.

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Osborn's Golden Wedding Date Celebrated Dec. 28, 1952

Open house was held Sunday, December 28, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Osborn in celebration of their Golden Wedding anniversary.

The rooms were decorated in the gold colored chrysanthemums, and roses and potted plants, gifts from friends, further adorned the home. The dining table was centered by a three-tiered wedding cake, beautifully decorated in gold and topped by a miniature bride and groom under an arch carrying a gold bell and figure 50. The cake was flanked by tall white candles in white holders, glittering with gold, which were made by the honorees' daughter, Pauline Coles.

Mr. and Mrs. Osborn cut the first piece of cake, while the eldest daughter, Elma Edwards, served the cake to the guests. The other two daughters, Pauline Coles and Frances Moynihan, poured. The guest book was circulated by a grandaughter, Elizabeth Ann Coles.

Mr. and Mrs. Osborn were married at Myrtle Point, Oregon, by the Rev. Thomas Barklow. Mrs. Osborn, before her marriage, was Miss Fannie Self, a native of Nevada where her father owned a large cattle ranch. Mr. Osborn is a native of Wisconsin where his father was in the grocery and hotel business.

Mr. and Mrs. Osborn have lived in this community for 35 years. For many years they owned and operated the Osborn Hatchery on North Main Street. They have three daughers: Mesdames Elma Edwards, Pauline Coles and Frances Moynihan, and four grandchildren: Charles and Tom Edwards, Elizabeth Ann Coles, and Judy Louise Moynihan.

Relatives and friends were present from Portland, Oregon; Orinda, Albany, Oakland, Bakersfield, Visalia and Salinas, California.

Jasper O. Osborn Dies in Home - April 22, 1959

Jasper O. Osborn, 81, a native of Wisconsin and a resident of Santa Cruz for the last year, died today in his home at 427 Stanford Avenue. He had moved here from Manteca where he had retired as a poultry rancher after 41 years.

He is survived by his widow, Fannie N. Osborn; three daughters, Mr. Elma E. Edwards of Bakersfield, Mrs. Pauline M. Coles of Oakland and Mrs. Frances N. Moynihan of Fremont; a sister, Mrs. Cora Pierce of Los Angeles; six grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren.

He was a member of Manteca Lodge 425, IOOF; Manteca Lodge 332, Rebekhas; Unity Temple of Stockton, and the Stockton encampment of the United Spanish War Veterans.

Funeral services will be conducted Friday at noon in the Wessendorf chapel with Rev. Pauline Q. Powell, pastor of the Unity Temple of Santa Cruz, officiating. Internmet will follow at 2:30 p.m. in the Golden Gate National cemetery in San Bruno.