Dec. 23, 1911 Cambridge Greenwood County South Carolina, USA
Her obituary found in The State 27 December 1911: Death of Mrs. Brooks--Wife of Late John Hampden Brooks Interred Here Monday Mrs. Jane M. Brooks, wife of the late John Hampden Brooks, who died in Columbia about a month ago, died in her home, "Rosyn," in Greenwood county, near Ninety-Six, Saturday night. Interment was in Elmwood cemetery, following the funeral services at Trinity Episcopal church, this city, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Before her marriage to Maj. Brooks, Mrs. Brooks was Mrs. Jane M. Gist, nee Miss Jane Adams, a daughter of the late Gov. Adams of Richland county. She was a sister of Miss Mary G. Adams, who became Col. Brooks' first wife. Mrs. Brooks is survived by one sister, Mrs. Caroline LeConte, of "Alwehave," Richland county, and seven children--Carroll Brooks, Mrs. William M. Shannon, Miss Nell Brooks, Loudon Brooks, M. Berrien Brooks, Mrs. Benjamin R. Heyward, Barry Brooks and Mrs. Whitfield.
Note: per the South Carolina Plantations website, the Brooks plantation home in Greenwood county is called Roselands and was originally owned by her husband's parents, Whitfield Brooks and Mary Parsons Carroll. http://south-carolina-plantations.com/greenwood/roselands.html
South Carolina Marriages, 1641-1965, a collection found on Ancestry.com: Janie M. Adams and States Rights Gist were married 06 May 1863, source: York South Carolina Newspaper.
US and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 also found on Ancestry.com: Jane Margaret Adams and John Hampden Brooks were married in 1868 (specific date not given).