5451. Olney Headrick and May Kaura, “Lancaster County Marriages,” December 22, 1903, Lancaster County, NE, Book 23 Page 397,
5452. “Volney Headrick,” Find-A-Grave,, 20971175.
5453. “Eva Norma Headrick Barnes,” Find-A-Grave,, 24489208.
5454. “Edna Headrick,” Find-A-Grave,, 20971155.
5455. “Roy Headrick,” Find-A-Grave,, 21392137.
5456. “Oral A Headrick,” Find-A-Grave,, 21392102.
5457. “Olney Headrick,” Find-A-Grave,, 70410346.
5458. “Mary Headrick,” Find-A-Grave,, 70410344.
5459. “Deaths,” Olney Headrick, The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE, November 20, 1945, 10.
HEADRICK—Olney Headrick, 66, 6113 Morrill, died Monday. He is survived by his wife, Mary; daughter, Mrs. Ann Hansher, Washington, D. C.; son, Lawrence J., Sioux City, Ia.; sister, Mrs. Theodore Smith, Lincoln; four brothers, Ray and Volney, both of Lincoln, and William and Ernest, both of California. Roper & Sons.
File: OlneyHeadrick_Obituary
5460. Lawrence J Headrick and Laurel M Ickes, “Lancaster County Marriages,” October 30, 1925, Lancaster County, NE, Book 56 Page 383,
5461. World War I, 1918, Nebraska, 2261, Headrick, Roy, “World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards,” September 12, 1918, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, GS Film Number 1711701-Digital Folder Number 005253441-Image Number 01810,
File: RoyHeadrick_DraftReg
5462. “Gets Divorce,” Roy and Marie Headrick, The Lincoln Star, Lincoln, NE, May 10, 1932, 8.
District Judge Shepherd Tuesday gave Marie Mamie Headrlrk a divorce from Roy Headrick on a charge of cruelty and ordered restoration of her maiden name, Plckard. She charged cruelty.
5463. “Divorce Petition,” Roy and Marie Headrick, The Lincoln Star, Lincoln, NE, February 21, 1931, 2.
Marie Minnie Headrick filed suit for divorce from Roy Headrick in District court Saturday morning charging extreme cruelty. They were married at Seward on October 22, 1928. Mrs. Headrick asks temporary alimony and restoration of her maiden name, Marie Minnie Pickard.
5464. “Wife Asks Divorce,” William and Myrtle Headwick, The Lincoln Star, Lincoln, NE, August 22, 1924, 6.
Myrtle Headrick filed suit for divorce in District court Friday against William Headrick whom she charges with non-support and cruelty. They were married October 23, 1909, and have no children. She asks that her maiden name, Corbin, be resotred.
File: William_Myrtle_Headrick_Divorce
5465. Keith Wayne Headrick and LaPriel Marjorie Willis, “California, County Marriages, 1850-1952,” August 4, 1946, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA,
File: KeithWayneHeadrick_LaPrielMarjorieWillis_MarriageReg
5466. “Merle W Headrick,” Find-A-Grave,, 70410343.
5467. Edward Alexander Paul and Lydia Ellen Headrick, “California, County Marriages, 1850-1952,” September 28, 1948, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA,
File: EdwardAlexanderPaul_LydiaEllenHeadrick_MarriageRecord
5468. “Chowchilla Man Dies from Fall,” John O. Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, March 19, 1926, 1,
CHOWCHILLA, March 19. John O. Larson, 65, Chowchllla resident, received fatal injuries here about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon when he fell off a wagon.

Larson and his son, Joseph, were unloading posts from a wagon, Larson lost his balance and fell, striking on his head. Larson had already died of the Injury when Dr. H. G. Martin of Chowchilla arrived.

The deceased had lived in Chowchilla for 12 years. He was a members of the Adventist church. Surviving relatives are: The wife, Mrs. Josephine Larson; four sons, Joseph and David of Chowchilla, Albert of St. Helena and Aaron of Panama; three daughters, Mrs. W. A. Hemme, Mrs. A. J. Eberhardt and Miss Mable Larson all of Chowchilla; three brothers, D. A. Larson of Canada, D. M. Larson of lowa and A. H. Larson of Kansas.

The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the Seven Day Adventist church near Chowchilla. Elder H. S. Shaw will conduct the services. Burial will be in Arbor Vitae cemetery.

File: JohnOLarsonObituary
5469. “80th Birthday is Celebrated,” A. C. Hemme, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, August 24, 1931,
CHOWCHILLA, Aug. 24.—A. C. Hemme was honored on Wednesday, his eightieth birthday. A picnic lunch was served in the park with an attractive birthday cake in the center. Those present were: Charles Hemme of San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Olson and children. La Verne, Theodore, Ernest, Linda, Charlotte, Modesto; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hemme and daughters, Della, Leeta, and Thelma, Dairyland; Mr. and Mrs. George Bertz and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murray.
File: AugustHemme_BirthdayBash
5470. “Della V Habenicht,” Find-A-Grave,, 149507397.
5471. “Leeta E Hemme,” Find-A-Grave,, 149507396.
5472. “Born,” Leeta Hemme, Madera Weekly Tribune, Madera, CA, May 1, 1919, 3,
HEMME—Near Chowchilla, April 24, 1919, to the wife of Walter A. Hemme, a son.
5474. “Obituaries,” W A Hemme, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, May 9, 1951, 2,
W. A. HEMME-W. A. Hemme passed away at his home in Chowchilla early Tuesday morning. He was 58 years old and had lived in Chowchilla for the past 37. He was a native of Illinois and came to Madera county as a young man and spent most of his life farming, in this district. He was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist church of Chowchilla.

His survivors are his wife, Alma M. and one son, Earl; three daughters, Leeta and Thelma Hemme of Chowchilla and Mrs. Della Habenicht of Angwin, Calif.; and two grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Olso of Madera and Emma Hansen of North Sacramento.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Friday in the Adventist church in Chowchilla. Burial will be in the Plainsburg cemetery, Jay Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
5475. “Obituaries,” Henry Hemme, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, October 1, 1964, 2,
Funeral services for Henry Hemme, 77, of Madera, who died Wednesday in a Norwalk hospital after a long illness, will be at 9:30 am. Friday, at St. Joachim’s Catholic Church, with burial following at Calvary Cemetary.

Rosary will be recited at Jay Chapel Thursday at 8 pm.

Mr. Hemme is survived by his wife, Marie, a son Robert, two daughters, Mrs. Marie Morgan and Mrs. Dollie Ford, and seven grandchildren; all of Madera; and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Olsen, Modesto and Mrs. Emma Hansen of Sacramento.
5476. “Services Set for Mrs. J. M. Larson--Will Be Conducted On Sunday Afternoon,” Josie M. Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, July 24, 1942, 6,
Funeral services will be held Sunday from the R. S. Jay chapel for Mrs. Josie M. Larson, 63, who passed away yesterday at a sanitarium in San Diego following a six weeks illness. Rites will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock and interment will follow in the Arbor Vitae cemetery.

A native of Sweden, Mrs. Larson came to the United States when she was 12 years old and has been living in the Chowchilla community since 1914. She was a charter member of the Chowchilla Seventh Day Adventist church. She was the wife of the late J. O. Larson of Chowchilla.

She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Alma Hemme, and Mrs. Mable Webb of Chowchilla, and Mrs. Maude Erkhardt of Placerville; three sons, Joseph E. of Chowchilla, Albert C. of San Diego and Aaron V. of Christobal, Panama.
5477. “Dan Cupid was very Busy This Afternoon,” Alvin Jacob Eberhardt and Maude Christina Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, September 11, 1923, 1,
Alvin Jacob Eberhardt, 27, of Lodi was married to Maude Christina Larson, 19, of Chowchilla.
5478. “Webbs Have Bad Time On Highway,” Chester Lee Webb, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, November 12, 1952, 2,
The web of fate spun a queer coincidence in motor mishaps in the past 24 hours on Madera's highways, the California Highway Patrol reported today.

Yesterday at 8:30 p.m Chester Lee Webb, 52, of Chowchilla, driving east on Highway 152 one mile west of Ash Slough bridge, swerved to avoid a collision. His car overturned.

Today at 1:30 a m. another car overturned as it was being driven south on Highway 99 near Califa underpass. The driver told officers he swerved to avoid a collision.

His name was Oscar D. Webb, 20, of Romaland.

CHP reports there is no indication that the two men are related.

Oscar Webb was taken to Dearborn hospital with minor injuries. He is reported "doing all right." Chester Lee Webb was uninjured.
5480. “Emma R Hansen,” Find-A-Grave,, 171082215.
5481. “Elmer C Hansen,” Find-A-Grave,, 171082171.
5482. “Theodore W Olson,” Find-A-Grave,, 55786127.
5483. California, County Marriages, 1850-1952, “Thoedore William Olson and Mary Amanda Hemme,” October 30, 1916, Yolo County, CA,
Event is “Intended Marraige”
5484. John Edwin Sparling, “Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998,” February 4, 1993, Douglas County, OR,
5485. “John Edwin Sparling,” Find-A-Grave,, 1210286.
5487. California Marriage Index, 1960-1985, “Clarence O Haave and Mary Amanda Hemme,” June 4, 1965, Stanislaus County, CA,,
5488. “Mary Amanda Olson Haave,” Find-A-Grave,, 55778020.
5489. “United States Census,” 1900, OR, Union, Summerville, 10B, 2, 123, T623, 1241352, 590, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, June 16, 1900, Samuel W Ayres.
File: 1900 OR Union County Summerville p10B
5490. Stanley Chapman, “California, County Birth and Death Records, 1800-1994,” July 2, 1954, Stockton, San Joaquin County, CA,
File: StanleyChapman_DeathCert
5491. “Sweden Household Examination Books,” 1876-1884, Korsberga AI 8, 1876 - 1884, Korsberga Parish, Skaraborgs County, Jönköping, Sweden, Almedalen, 76, 86.
File: 1875s Sweden Skaraborgs Korsberga Almedalen p76
5492. “Sweden Household Examination Books,” 1884-1895, Värsås AI 12, 1884-1895, Värsås Parish, Skaraborgs County, Jönköping, Sweden, Djursåtra Brunsgården, 190, 205.
File: 1885s Sweden Skaraborgs Värsås p190
5493. “Sweden Household Examination Books,” 1907-1917, Värsås Alla 2, 1907-1917, Värsås Parish, Skaraborgs County, Jönköping, Sweden, Djursåtra Brunsgården, 88, 99.
File: 1910s Sweden Skaraborgs Värsås Djusåtra Brunsgården p88
5494. Claus John Palmquist and Ida Josephina Larson, “Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934,” March 28, 1888, Chariton, Lucas County, IA, 44, 526,
File: ClausJPalmquist_IdaJLarson_MarriageRecord
5495. Gail Larson Walker, No Sacrifice Too Great--The Story of Oscar and Josephine Larson, 1979.
Files (2): No_Sacrifice_Too_Great_Original, No_Sacrifice_Too_Great_Revised
5496. “Denmark Census,” 1890, Sorø, Øster Flakkebjerg, Krummerup, Haldagermagle, 480.
File: 1890 Denmark Sorø County Øster Flakkejerg Krummerup Haldagermagle p420
5497. “Denmark Census,” 1900, Sorø, Øster Flakkebjerg, Krummerup, Haldagermagle, 885.
File: 1901 Denmark Sorø County Øster Flakkejerg Krummerup Haldagermagle p885
5499. Daniel Emanuel Anderson, “Minnesota Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990,” April 7, 1948, Fairmont, Martin County, MN,
5500. William Lloyd Moore, “Texas Deaths, 1890-1976,” October 15, 1941, Memphis, Hall County, TX,
File: WilliamLloydMoore_DeathCert
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