Is it Jones', Jones's, or Jone's?!

Guys, I'm so frustrated ... everywhere I turn, it seems there's a different rule. What's right if I'm trying to say, "I'm going to the Jones's(?) house to study."?

TIA! 

Comments

  • Yeah, this is always a confusing one. You should use an apostrophe after the “s” at the end of a plural noun to show possession. So it would be Jones'.
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