Jane Garrison: Everything About Milburn Stone’s second wife

Jane Garrison: Everything About Milburn Stone's second wife

Who was Jane Garrison?

Jane Garrison was born in Hutchinson, Kansas, on November 23, 1912. Jane is famously known as the wife second wife of American actor Hugh Milburn Stone. Milburn Stone was born in Burrton, Kansas, on July 5, 1904.

Jane Garrison and Milburn Stone married in 1939, then divorced in 1940, a year later. The couple got married again in 1941. They remained married until Milburn’s death on June 12, 1980. Jane went to California to study at the Pasadena Playhouse and worked for Selznick Studios.

After Jane moved to California to study at the Pasadena Playhouse, she was employed to work for Selznick Studios. Jane was also employed by Ralph Edwards Production as office manager, secretary, and stand-in for the principal subjects during rehearsals for Edwards’ Property “This is Your Life” television show. She worked with Ralph Edwards until she retired and moved to Santa Fe, California, with her husband.

Not much is known about Jane Garrison’s net worth, although she had a successful career working with Ralph Edwards Production. However, we know that her late husband, Milburn Stone was worth $1.8 million, and he left a fortune for Jane to take care of herself.

Jane Garrison: Bio Summary

Full NameJane Frances Garrison Stone
NicknameJane Garrison
Date of BirthNovember 23, 1912
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Age90 years old (in 2002)
GenderFemale
HeightUnknown
WeightUnknown
BirthplaceHutchinson, Kansas
EducationPasadena Playhouse
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityAmericans
ReligionChristianity
ResidenceSanta Fe, California
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseHugh Milburn Stone
ChildrenA daughter
Date of DeathOctober 20, 2002
Cause of DeathUnknown

Family

Jane Garrison was born in Hutchinson, Kansas, on November 23, 1912. She was raised in Kansas with her sister until she moved to California to study at the Pasadena Playhouse. Not much is known about her mother and father, but we know she had a sister. We will update this section once the information is publicly available.

Her marriage to Milburn Stone

Jane Garrison met American actor Hugh Milburn Stone when she moved to California to study at the Pasadena Playhouse. The couple dated and got married in 1939. A year after getting married, in 1940, Jane and Milburn filed for divorce. The couple re-married in 1941, a year after their divorce. They lived happily together in Santa Fe, California, until Milburn Stone died in 1980.

Milburn Stone was born in Burrton, Kansas, to Herbert Stone and Laura Belfield. Milburn graduated from Burrton High School, where he was active in the drama club. Milburn turned down his congressional appointment to the United States Naval Academy to become an actor with Stock Theatre.

Milburn Stone acted in over 150 movies in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. Some of his popular movies are “Chasing Trouble” (1940), “Gung Ho!” (1943), and “Prison Mutiny” (1943). Milburn Stone, however, is known for his role as “Doc” on the CBS western series “Gunsmoke.” Milburn first married Ellen Morrison in 1925. After the death of Ellen in 1937, Milburn fell in love with Jane and married her two years later, in 1939, after the death of his first wife.

Jane Garrison had a daughter with Milburn Stone. She also had four grandchildren until she died in 2002.

Milburn Stone Bio Data

Full NameHugh Milburn Stone
NicknameMilburn Stone
Date of BirthJuly 5, 1904
Zodiac SignCancer
Age76 years old (in 1980)
GenderMale
Height173cm
WeightUnknown
BirthplaceBurrton, Kansas
EducationBurrton High
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityAmericans
ReligionChristianity
ResidenceSanta Fe, California
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseJane Garrison, Ellen Morrison
ChildrenA daughter
Date of DeathJune 12, 1980
Cause of DeathHeart Attack
ParentsHerbert Stone, Laura Belfield
SiblingJoe Stone
Place of DeathLa Jolla California, Us