Nelson Thomas Jennings, aged 89, died at his home in Hemlock, last Thursday, Oct. 28, 1948. Born in the town of Naples, Apr. 6, 1859, he was one of six children and the eldest of Thomas W. and Anna Wheat Jennings. On Apr. , 1881, he was married to Arvilla Brower, of Belmont, N. Y. to them were born four children, of whom two daughters survive: Mrs. W. J. Brown of Livonia and Mrs C. E. Wemett of Hemlock. the Youngest daughter, Ada Jennings Wemett of Hemlock, died in 1934, and the son, James T. Jennings, died in 1943. the mother, Mrs. Jennings pre-deceased her husband in 1924, four years after moving to Hemlock.

Besides the daughters, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Wemett, the survivors also include one sister, Mrs. Charles Wykoff of Richfield Springs, N. Y., seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Mr. Jennings spent the first 61 years of his life in the town of Naples and was engaged in farming. He retired from farming in 1920 and moved to Hemlock, where he became associated with C. E. Wemett & Co.

Funeral services were held at his late home, Sunday afternoon, Oct. 31, at 2 p.m. The Rev. W. J. Brown officiated, assisted by the Rev. Cortis E. Torrence, pastor of the Hemlock United Methodist Church. Interment was in Rose Ridge cemetery, Naples.