JACKSON – Jennie Amelia (Kenyon) Davis, 86, died Oct. 24, 2004, at a Belfast hospital, following a brief illness. She was born April 27, 1918, in Chester, Mass., one of 14 children to Jesse E. and Eva E. (Clark) Kenyon. She graduated from high school in 1937, worked in the town office in Chester, Mass. and for the Old Colony Envelope Co. in Westfield, Mass. In October 1941, she married Henry S. Davis and together they raised various types of poultry in Jackson. In addition to raising two children and supporting her husband of 62 years, she was known as an active member of the Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, as she helped many in the surrounding areas learn about God’s Kingdom and other Bible truths. She enjoyed her gardens, watching birds, sewing, canning, and baking. Jennie is survived by her son, Samuel Davis and his wife, Doreen, of Jackson; her daughter, Joanne (Davis) Hamm, and her husband, Arnold, of Prospect; five grandchildren, Heather and Amber Davis, both of Jackson, Andy, Ashley, and Tim Hamm, all of Prospect; a sister, Florence York and her husband, Millard, of Edinburg; four brothers, Arthur Kenyon and his wife, Bea, of Connecticut, Charlie Kenyon Sr. and his wife, Rose, of Massachusetts, Earl Kenyon of Massachusetts, William Kenyon Sr. and his wife, Leona, of Jackson; a special nephew, Charlie Kenyon Jr. of Massachusetts, along with several other nieces and nephews and many friends. Jennie was predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Henry S. Davis, Oct. 11, 2003; six sisters and two brothers. Bradley Moore will give a memorial talk at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, 2004, at the Searsport Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses Kingdom Hall, 51 North Searsport Road, Frankfort. Interment will be in Jackson Corner Cemetery. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home, 31 West Main St., Searsport.