Territorial Women's Memorial Rose Garden
JENNIE ANDREWS MCMULLEN
Jennie was born on June 2, 1880, in Ashland, Oregon, the daughter of T. O. and Elizabeth Lackner Andrews. The family came to Prescott from Corona, California, in 1918.

Jennie married Harvey A. McMullen on October 17, 1905, in Riverside, California. Harvey worked for Harry Heap at Prescott Laundry. Jennie and Harvey had four children: Herschel (1906), Kenneth (1909), Raymond (1915), and Elizabeth (Mrs. Charles) Bennett (1917). Dorothy was a Worthy Grand Matron of the Eastern Star and a member of the Methodist Church.

Jennie was in the dressmaking business for a short time. She enjoyed satin-stitch embroidery work and tatting. Her work was entered in the county fairs. From 1919 on, the McMullen family lived at 125 Garden Street, in the house that Buckey O'Neill moved out of when he went to war.

Harvey died on February 18, 1942. Jennie died on September 15, 1945, in her home at 215 North Alarcon and was buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery.

Donor: Elizabeth M. Bennett


Additional documentation and photographs may be available in the Sharlot Hall Museum Archives and Library.