The  Shelbyville  News
Friday May 31, 1957
Rites for City Woman To Be Held Saturday
          Mrs. Jennie F. Soller, 80, 151 W. Broadway, lifelong resident of Shelby county, died at Major Hospital Wednesday evening.  She had been in failing health for some time but death was unexpected.  She had been hospitalized since May 15.
          The daughter of  Jeremiah and  Eda (Scheaffer) Feary, she was born at Fairland December 3, 1876.  In 1904 she was married to  Wilbern D. James  whose death occurred in 1937.  In 1947 she was married to  P. A. Soller  who survives with four step-children:  Mrs. Vincent Worland  and  Urban Soller  of this city,  Mrs. James Smith  of Greenwood and  Mrs. Lee Rosenfeld  of Shelbyville R.R.  Also surviving are two nieces and one nephew,  Mrs. Wilhelmina Williams of this city,  Eda Barnes  of Goshen and  F. G. Barnes of Omaha, Nebraska.
          Mrs. Soller was a member of the St. Joseph Catholic Church , the St. Anne’s Altar Society, Women’s Relief Corps, Pocahontas Lodge, Ladies’ Auxiliary, Knights of St. John, Daughters of Isabella, and the East Shelby Home Demonstration Club.
          Funeral rites will be held at the St. Joseph Church Saturday at 9:00 a.m. with Rev. Bernard Burget officiating.  Interment will be in Fairland Cemetery.
Contributed by Barb Huff

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