Jonathan Jackson Conkin was born December 1, 1831, a son of John & Hannah (Jackson) Conkin. During the American Civil War, Jonathan served with the UNION MISSOURI VOLUNTEERS, 39th Regiment, Missouri Infantry
Organized at Hannibal, Mo., August 18 to September 30, 1864. Attached to District of St. Louis, Dept. of Missouri, to November, 1864. Nashville, Tenn., Dept. of the Cumberland, to December, 1864. District of Kentucky, Dept. Ohio, to January, 1865. District of Nashville, Tenn., Dept. of the Cumberland, January, 1865. District of St. Louis, Mo., to July, 1865.  Jonathan married Sarah Burk. Children of Jonathan and Sarah Burk include:
Sarah Ellen Conkin, born 1853, died 1941, married John Clements
George Washington Conkin, born November 22, 1859, in Green Castle, Sullivan county, Missouri, died February 16, 1846, in Green City, Sullivan county, Missouri, married Georgiann Crawford
Elimine Conkin, born February 28, 1861, in Sullivan county, Missouri, died April 27, 1925, in Unionville, Putnam county, Missouri, married George Washington Broyles, in 1896
Martha J. Conkin, born July 6, 1864, died August 8, 1910, in Sullivan county, Missouri, married James H. Rhodes, in 1890
Mary Elizabeth Conkin, born March 1, 1867, died November 29, 1951, in Sullivan county, Missouri, married William Jasper Lunsford, in 1887
Frank Conkin, born February 7, 1870, died July 22, 1897,
Rose Maud Conkin, born June 7, 1873, died September 20, 1898, in Adair county, Missouri
Jonathan Jackson Conkin died October 20, 1910, at the age of 78 years and is buried in the Morelock cemetery, in Stahl, Adair county, Missouri. There is a photograph of the headstone that he shares, with his wife Sarah, on his Find A Grave memorial. 
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