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Frederick SHAMBLEN
(1826-1915)
Aseneth "Sena" WICKHAM
(1827-1855)
John MERRILL
Melissa Deabria DAVIS
Thomas Jefferson SHAMBLEN
(1852-1930)
Anna Eliza MERRILL
(1860-1924)
Etta Pearl SHAMBLEN
(1885-1918)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Jesse HUMMEL

Etta Pearl SHAMBLEN 2

  • Born: 5 Jul 1885, Mills Co, IA
  • Marriage (1): Jesse HUMMEL about 1906 in Probably IA 1
  • Died: 8 Jun 1918, Tabor, Fremont Co, IA at age 32
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bullet  General Notes:

1910 IA CENSUS, Fremont Co, Monroe Twp: Jesse Hummel, 30, 1st marriage, married 4 yrs, b. NE, parents b. PA, farmer, gen farm; wife Etta P., 24, 1st marriage, married 4 yrs, 2 children, 2 living, b. IA, father b. OH, mother b. MO; dau. "Osie", 3; son Franklin T., 4/12. The children were b. IA, father b. NE, mother b. IA.

OBIT: The Malvern Leader, June15, 1916: Etta Pearl Shamblen was born July 5, 1885, died June 8, 1916. She spent her girlhood days in Mills county, Iowa. February 14, 1906, she was united in marriage to Jesse Hummel, when they moved onto a farm near Imogene, living there seven years, and later moved to near Strahan, where they spent three years. Early this spring they moved to their present home at the east edge of Tabor. Thursday June 8th, she gave birth to twins, which was the cause of her death.
At the age of 20 years Mrs. Hummel was converted and united with the Methodist church at Essex, and remained faithful to her trust in God. She was a true wife and loving mother, always tenderly caring for her family. She leaves to mourn her death her husband Jesse Hummel and five little children, Ossie Floe, Franklin Thomas, Ruth Mae, Vera Lucy and one little baby boy; also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shamblen and four sisters, Mary Riffle of Missouri, Nellie Peterson of Hastings, Iowa, Velma and Anna, and eight brothers, Roy, George and Fred of California, Charley, Earl, Merrill, Harry and Lester, all of whom live near. All were present at the funeral except one sister, Mrs. Riffle and the three brothers in California. The funeral services were held from the home Sunday, June 11 and were conducted by Rev. M. A. Gable of the Malvern M. E. church.

NEWSPAPER: "Card of Thanks": We wish to express our thanks to one and all of the kind friends and neighbors for their help and sympathy during the death and burial of our loved one. We cannot see you all in person but shall remember you just the same. s/ Jesse Hummel and children. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Shamblen and children.


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Etta married Jesse HUMMEL about 1906 in Probably IA.1 (Jesse HUMMEL was born on 16 Apr 1880 in NE 3 and died in May 1965 in IA 4.)


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Sources


1 1910 IA Census.

2 1900 IA Census.

3 WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.

4 Social Security Death Index.


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