Obit:

Hendrickson, Matilda (1865 - 1950)

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HENDRICKSON LARSON JOHNSON HEIDRICK CONRAD ROSSOW SALZWEDEL


----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection

MARSHFIELD NEWS HERALD 6/ /1950


HENDRICKSON RITES


Greenwood Funeral services for Mrs. Matilda Hendrickson, 84, who died early Wednesday, June 7, 1950 at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, will be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in Schiller's Funeral Home, and at 2 p.m. in the United Lutheran Church. The Rev. Theodore Nelson will officiate and burial will be made in the Greenwood Cemetery. The body will lie in state at Schiller's until the time of services.


Mrs. Hendrickson, nee Larson, was born Sept 20, 1865, in Black River Falls. On Oct. 14, 1883 she married Michael Hendrickson in Greenwood, and until his death 13 years ago she lived on a farm 3 miles northeast of Greenwood, Clark County. She had lived in the city of Greenwood since that time.


Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Sidney (Mila) Heidrick, and Mrs. Olaf (Mabel) Johnson, Greenwood Mrs. Lee (Matilda) Appleford, Asotin, Wash. Mrs. Ollie Johnson, Wausau Mrs. Joe (Lillian) Conrad, Chicago and two sons, Alfred, Asotin, Wash. and Clarence, Marshfield. A 2-year-old son, Orville, preceded her in death in 1908. Thirty grandchildren and thirty great-grandchildren are also living.


Other survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Charles Rossow, Granton Mrs. Helma Salzwedel, Asotin, Wash. and three brothers, Louis, John and Joseph, all living in the west.

 

 


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