5551. “Canute IV "Knud the Holy" Of Denmark,” Find-A-Grave,, 30490966.
5552. “Sweyn II of Denmark,” Find-A-Grave,, 23250639.
5553. Wikipedia, “Ingegerd Knutsdatter,”
5554. Wikipedia, “Adela of Flanders,”
5555. “Obituaries,” Lillian Christiansen Eaton.
Lillian Christiansen Eaton was born in a farmhouse on Carpenter Road near Ceres, Calif., the sixth and last child of Frederik Christiansen, an immigrant from Denmark, and Kirsten Ween Christiansen, an immigrant from Norway. She passed away Feb. 1, 2017.

Lillian was a graduate of Jones School, Ceres High School, Modesto Junior College and the University of Redlands, where she majored in music. Following graduation she served as music director in the Ventura Baptist Church, where she met her future husband, Robert Edward Eaton. They were married on March 28, 1947 at the Danish Baptist Church in Modesto and di­vorced in mid-life.

After marriage, Lillian worked as a piano teacher and as church choir director while raising a family, living in Palo Alto, Oakview, Galt, Redlands, and Yucaipa. In Yucaipa, she worked as an elementary school teacher. Following re­tirement, she became active in the League of Women Voters and numerous other civic organizations.

She served as city council member and mayor following the incorporation of Yucaipa. The Lillian Eaton Civic Center Park was dedicated in her honor on April 24, 1996. In 2005 she was honored as Alumni of the Year by the University of Redlands.

She returned to live in Galt with her daughter Rebecca late in life as dementia grew into Alzheimer’s disease and her memories receded. Lillian was known by her friends and family for her warmth and loyalty and her love of music, nature and books. She played tennis and was an avid walker and reader. She had a playful sense of humor.

Lillian was preceded in death by her parents, her five siblings, and grandson Andrew David Eaton. She is survived by children Michael of Galt, Christine of San Luis Obispo, Richard of Sacramento, Re­becca of Galt and Rachel of Concord; grandchildren Fred­erik Eaton of Berkeley, Kevin Bogert of Sacramento, Connor Culhane and Ben Culhane of San Luis Obispo and great-grandchildren Malia and Matthew Bogert of Sacra­men­to, as well as by numerous nieces and nephews and their children.

Memorial services were a private family ceremony.
5556. Johannes Andreasson, “Sweden Baptisms, 1611-1920,” July 3, 1794, Hjo, Skaraborg, Sweden,
5557. “Car-truck collision kills two,” Gertrude Anderson and son Wilmer Anderson, The Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis, MN, March 12, 1974, 28.
A 54-year-old Granada, Minn., man and his 80-year-old mother were killed at about 1 p.m. yesterday when their car collided with a semitrailer truck about 2 miles south of Fairmont, Minn.

The highway patrol identified the victims as Wilmer Anderson, the driver, and Gertrude Anderson. The patrol said Anderson was passing another car on Hwy. 15 when his car apparently hit a patch of ice.
5558. “Esta Myrtle Webb Mann,” Find-A-Grave,, 80507156.
5559. “James Harvey Mann,” Find-A-Grave,, 71894223.
5560. “Myrtle Marie Mann,” Find-A-Grave,, 79598968.
5561. “Henry Harvey Mann,” Find-A-Grave,, 79599291.
5562. “Glenna Mae Mann,” Find-A-Grave,, 79598524.
5563. Jackie Edward Webb, “West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999,” December 23, 1943, Hinton, Summers County, WV,
5564. Jackie Hodge Webb, “West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999,” December 22, 1944, Bellepoint, Summers County, WV,
5565. Infant Webb, “West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999,” February 28, 1955, Hinton, Summers County, WV,
5566. “Mrs. Mann Dies; Services Today,” Esta Myrtle Webb Mann, The Raleigh Register, Beckley, WV, October 26, 1952, 8.
HINTON—Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. today for Mrs. Esta Mann, 52, who died at 4 p.m. Thursday in a Beckley hospital shortly after being admitted as a patient. She had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage at her home at noon Wednesday.

Rites will be held in the Indian Mills Church cemetery.

She was the wife of James H. Mann, of the Fox School section.

She was a daughter of the late Granville and Clara Bailey Webb, and was born near Buck, Summers County. She had resided in Summers County all her life and in the Fox school community for the past nine years. She was a member of the Church of Christ.

She is survived by her husband, J. H. Mann; four daughters: Mrs. Elizabeth Farley, of White Oak; Misses Virgie and June Mann, of Beckley; and Miss Betty Mann, at home; four brothers: Fred Webb, Barger Springs; Tilden Webb, Hinton; Bage Webb, Bellepoint; and Edward Webb, Talcott; two half-brothers: Jess Webb, Forest Hill and Elijah Webb, Blue Jay; and a half-sister, Mrs. Renda Overby, Roanoke, Va.
5567. “Divorce Suits,” Gladys Garten Webb against Bage C. Webb, Beckley Post-Herald, Beckley, WV, August 27, 1953, 14.
Gladys Garten Webb vs Bage Carlest Webb
5569. Fred Granville Webb, “West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999,” August 25, 1959, Talcott, Summers County, WV,
5570. Laura Webb Thomas, “Genealogical Research of Laura Webb Thomas,”, December 10, 2015.
5572. “Born,” Rollo Albert Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, February 1, 1932, 4.
Larson—In Chowchilla, January 29, 1932, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Larson, a son.
5573. “Deeds,” David Herman Larson and Ople Anna Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, December 9, 1933.
A. P. Smith, a married man, and W. P. Smith, his wife, to David Herman Larson and Ople Anna Larson, husband and wife, as Joint Tenants, with right of survivorship, October 10th, 1933. The E 1/2 of Lot 15 in Block 33 of Berenda Tract, containing 20 acres, more or less.
5574. “Services Held for Chowchilla Man,” David Herman Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, October 6, 1938, 8,
Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the chapel of the R. S. Jay mortuary for David H. Larson, 30, of Gridley a former resident of Chowchilla. Larson died Monday morning at 10:30 o’clock near Thompson Flats, Butte county.

G. G. Brown of Chowchilla conducted the rites and Mrs. P. J. Wesseles and Miss Dorothy Taves sang, accompanied by Mrs. James Knox.

The pallbearers were: Geo. Pratt, Lester Lindbeck, Ted and Walter Hampton, Lester Milleson and Roy Zentner.

Interment was in the Arbor Vitae cemetery.
File: DavidHLarson_Obituary
5575. “Mrs. Abigail Cook Claimed by Death,” Abigail Cook, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, July 5, 1940, 6,
Rites Will Be Held Monday From Chapel

Funeral services for Mrs. Abigail Cook, 63, a resident of Fairmead who died at a local hospital yesterday, will be held from the R. S. Jay chapel Sunday morning at 10 o’clock. Interment will follow at the Arbor Vitae cemetery. Rev. Brown will officiate.

She is survived by three brothers, Albert Allen of Chowchilla, Truman Allen of Templeton, and David Allen of Vallejo, and two sisters Mrs. Jessie Hilliard of Chowchilla and Mrs. Jesse (sic—Should have said Joseph) E. Larson of Chowchilla.
File: AbigailCook_Obituary
5576. “Issues Marriage License,” Joseph Emanuel Larson and Dorothy Ruth Allen, Madera Mercury, Madera, CA, May 30, 1922, 4,
County Clerk Cooper yesterday issued a marriage license to Joseph Emanuel Larson, 25, of Chowchilla and Dorothy Ruth Allen, 22 of Fairmead.
File: JosephEmanuelLarson_DorothyRuthAllen_MarriageAnnouncement
5577. “License to Wed,” Walter A. Hemme and Alma Larson, Madera Mercury, Madera, CA, November 27, 1914, 1,
Walter A. Hemme, aged 21, and a native of Illinois and Alma Larson, aged 19 years and a native of Kansas, were issued a marriage license yesterday afternoon by County Clerk Will R. Curtin. Both parties are from Chowchilla.
File: WalterAHemme_AlmaLarson_WedAnnouncement
5578. “Dixieland Man Passes Away,” Albert Warren Allen, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, December 23, 1926, 1,
Albert Warren Allen, 79, died this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. M. Cook, in the Dixieland district. The deceased had lived five years in Madera county and 58 years in the state. The body will be shipped to Hamilton for burial.

Mr. Allen is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Marcia Hayes of Templeton, Mrs. A. M. Cook of Falrmead, Mrs. Jessie Hilliard in China, and Mrs. Dorothy Larson of Chowchilla, and three sons, Truman of Templeton, David of Vallejo and Albert of Falrmead.

File: AlbertWarrenAllen_Obituary
5579. “Popular Couple are Married,” Joseph Emanuel Larson and Dorothy Ruth Allen, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, June 2, 1922, 2,
Joseph E. Larson of Chowchilla and Miss Dorothy Allen of Dixieland were united in marriage at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. A. M. Cook in Dixieland, Tuesday evening, May 30th, at 8 o’clock by Elder Swinson of Fresno, in the presence of the immediate relatives and friends.

The bridal couple were attended by Miss Maude Larson, sister of the groom, and Albert Allen, brother of the bride. Mrs. H. J. Malliet, an aunt of the bride played the wedding march.

The bride wore a beautiful gown of white crepe de chene and carried a shower bouquet of white carnations, while the bridesmaid wore a gown of blue organdie and carried a bouquet of white carnations. The groom and best man wore the conventional suits of blue serge.

The parlor was beautifully decorated with green foliage, Dorothy Perkins roses and St. Joseph lilies.

After the ceremonies, dainty refreshments of ice cream and cake and the bride’s cake, were served, after which the happy couple accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larson started by auto for the Yosemite for a two weeks outing, after which they will be at home on their ranch five miles southwest of Chowchilla.

The bride is the daughter of A. W. Allen, formerly of Templeton, where she received her education in the Templeton schools. She and her father came to live with Mrs. Cook about a year ago.

The groom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Larson of Chowchllla colonies.

Both the young people have hosts of friends who wish them every happiness, as was evidenced by the many beautiful wedding gifts.

The out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. David Allen and family of Vallejo, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larson of St. Helena, Mrs. Kayes and Albert Allen of Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Swinson and son of Fresno, and Mrs. H. J. Malliet of Piedmont.
5580. “Marriage Licenses,” Alvin Jacob Eberhardt and Maude Christina Larson, Madera Mercury, Madera, CA, September 12, 1923, 4,
EBERHADT - LARSON Alvin Jacob Eberhardt, aged 27, of Lodi, and Maude Christina Larson, 19, of Chowchilla, An Madera, September 11th, 1923.
File: AlvinJacobEberhardt_MaudeChristinaLarson_WeddingAnnouncement
5581. “License to Wed,” Irwin D Walker and Gail Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, April 18, 1946, 6.
WALKER-LARSON In Madera, April 18, 1946. Irwin D. Walker and Gail Larson, both of Chowchilla.
5582. “Margaret Elizabeth Davis Allen,” Find-A-Grave,, 50419262.
5583. “Albert Warren Allen,” Find-A-Grave,, 50419281.
5584. “Marcia Elizabeth Allen Hayes,” Find-A-Grave,, 50419226.
5585. “Abigail Mariam “Abby” Allen Cook,” Find-A-Grave,, 148306538.
5586. “Truman George Allen,” Find-A-Grave,, 50419289.
5587. “David Walford Allen,” Find-A-Grave,, 130136343.
5588. “Jessie E Hilliard,” Find-A-Grave,, 90413039.
5589. “Albert Reuben “Burt” Allen,” Find-A-Grave,, 148307134.
5591. Calvin Cook, “Vermont, St. Albans Canadian Border Crossings, 1895-1954,” June 6, 1926, Portal, ND,
File: JohnCalvinCook_ImmigrationCard
5592. “Intention to Wed,” Chester Lee Webb and Mable Elizabeth Larson, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, July 24, 1930, 4,
WEBB - LARSON —ln Madera, July 24, 1930, Chester Lee Webb, 30, of Merced, and Mabel Elizabeth Larson, 28, of Chowchllla.
File: ChesterLeeWebb_MableElizabethLarson_WeddingAnnouncement
5593. “Obituaries,” Annie Rice, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, November 29, 1948, 4,
File: AnnieRice_Obituary
5594. “Obituaries,” Walter August Hemme, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, May 9, 1951, 2,
File: WalterAugustHemme_Obituary
5596. “Miss D. Hemme Bride of C. Ford,” Calvin R Ford and Dollie Hemme, Madera Tribune, Madera, CA, November 18, 1944, 4,
File: CalvinFord_DollieHemmie_MarriageAnnouncement
5597. Hård of Segerstad number 17, Gabriel Anrep, Svenska Adelns Ättar-Taflor Utgifna, P. A. Nōrstedt & Söner, 1862,
File: Hård
5598. Liljensparre, Gabriel Anrep, Svenska Adelns Ättar-Taflor Utgifna, P. A. Nōrstedt & Söner, 1862,
File: Liljensparre
5599. Stake number 47, Gabriel Anrep, Svenska Adelns Ättar-Taflor Utgifna, P. A. Nōrstedt & Söner, 1862,
File: Stake
5600. “Marshall Ford,” Find-A-Grave,, 59177802.
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