James William Boothe (1860-1918)

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James William Boothe
James William Boothe.jpg
Born: 1 Dec 1860 Bracken Co., Kentucky
Died: 8 Mar 1918 Cincinnati, Ohio
Father: John Reynolds Boothe
Mother: Mary L. Dotson
Siblings: James William Boothe
Spouse: Unknown
Children: Pearl Boothe
Spouse: Anna Louise Rippel
Married: abt. 1906
Children: Paul James Boothe
Alonzo Marion Boothe
George Boothe


  • 1910 Federal Census, Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, ED 200 Visit 0277
Booth, James W., white, male, 48, Kentucky
, Annie, wife, white, female, 29, Ohio
, Paul, white, male, 3, Ohio
Kelly, Dorothy, step-daughter, white, female, 9, Kentucky
  • Certificate of Death: State of Ohio, Bureau of Vital Statistics
County of Hamilton, Reg Dist. 494 File # 16816, Primary Reg. # 8227 Reg # 1625
City of Cincinnati, General Hospital
Full Name: James William Booth
Sex: Male
Color: White
Date of Birth: December 1st, 1860
Age: 57 yrs. 3 mos. 7 days
Occupation: Laborer
Birthplace: Kentucky
Name of Father: John Reynolds Booth
Birthplace of Father: Kentucky
Maiden name of Mother: Not known
Birthplace of Mother: Not known
Informant: Mrs. J. W. Boothe
Address: 1328 E. Front St.
Filed: Mar 11, 1918 E Walter Evans
Date of Death: March 8th, 1918
I hereby certify, that I attended deceased from Feb 8, 1918 - Mar 8, 1918
That I last saw him alive Mar 8, 1918 and that death occured, on the date stated above, at 1 a.m.
The cause of death was as follows: Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Pulmonary Hemorrage
contributory: Cirhosis of Liver
Signed: Walter E. Lest assistant supt. Mar 9 1918 General Hospital
length of residence: 8 days
Place of Burial: Walnut Hills Ger. Prs.
Date of Burial: Mar 11, 1918
Undertaker: W. D. Jacocks and Co.
Address: Gilbert Ave.
Name: James W. Boothe
Address: 1328 E. Front St., Cincinnati
Date of Death: Mar 8, 1918
Age: 57
Reason: Pulm. Tuber.
Marital Status: m(arried)
Nearest Relative: Wife
Interment Date: Mar 11, 1918
Cemetery Location: Section: 24A Lot: Grave: 841 Row: 27
Funeral Director: W.D. Jacocks
  • Photo: Courtesy Elizabeth Helen Crane Boothe