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From: Alice Stipak <>
Subject: James A. GARNER & Helen V. HAGEMAN, m. 1869 Nebraska
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 1999 11:15:35 -0700
Dear Garner Family,
I am related to and searching for descendants of the following
Please contact me if you have any connection/information. Our website is at:
Alice Imig Stipak,
Family of James A. GARNER & Helen V. HAGEMAN:
Helen V. HAGEMAN. Born on 20 May 1852 in Fulton County, Illinois.
Immigrated in 1866 to Seward Co., Nebraska from Fulton Co., Illinois. Helen
V. died in Seward, Nebraska on 1 Jul 1933; she was 81.
On 28 Mar 1869 when Helen V. was 16, she married James A. GARNER, in Seward
1. Maggie GARNER. Resided in Malvern, Iowa. Alias/AKA: Maggie Robins.
Maggie married Unknown ROBBINS.
2. George GARNER. Resided in Alamo, Texas.
3. Fred GARNER. Resided in Seward County and Lincoln, Nebraska.
4. Newton GARNER. Resided in Seward County, Nebraska. Newton died in 1914.
5. Jennie GARNER. Resided in Seward County, Nebraska.
Jennie married Unknown HACKWORTH.
6. Harry GARNER. Resided in Seward County, Nebraska.
7. Constance GARNER. Resided in Colorado. Alias/AKA: "Connie."
Constance married Unknown GARTEN.
8. William GARNER. Resided in Colorado. William died about 1918; he was
killed in France during the First World War. Alias/AKA: "Bill."
9. Ella B. GARNER. Resided in North Platte and in Colorado.
Ella B. married Unknown McGIRR.
10. Ruth E. GARNER. Resided in Boulder, Colorado.
Ruth E. married Unknown KEISER.
11. Ed GARNER. Resided in Grand Junction, Colorado.
[the following is from an old Seward, Nebraska newspaper]
HELEN V. HAGEMAN
Helen V. Hageman, who was born in Fulton County, Illinois May 20, 1852,
died in Seward, Nebraska, July 1, 1933: aged 81 years, 1 month, 11 days.
Her family moved to Seward Co., in 1866. March 28, 1869 she united in
marriage with James A. Garner. To this union were born thirteen children,
six boys and seven girls. Two died in infancy. The names of the others are
as follows: Maggie Robins, Malvern, Iowa; George Garner, Alamo, Texas;
Jennie Hackworth, Milford, Nebraska; Constance Garton, Seward, Nebraska;
Fred Garner, Lincoln, Nebraska; Harry Garner, Seward, Nebraska; Newton
Garner, deceased; Ed Garner, Grand Junction, Colo.; Ella B. McGirr,
Boulder, Colorado; William Garner, deceased; Ruth E. Keiser, Boulder,
Newton died in 1914. William was killed in France during the World War.
Besides the children, they [sic] are two brothers, Wm. W. Hageman who
resides in California, and C. S. Hageman of Dorchester, Nebraska; fifteen
grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren, and many other relatives and
friends that are left to mourn their loss. Mrs. Garner was baptized, and
[uni?]ted with the Seventh-Day Advent Church in 1902, and continued her
membership in this church until her death.
The funeral was at two o'clock at the Seven-Day Advent church with Elder C.
R. Kite officiating, interment was in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.
Card of Thanks
To the friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during the illness
and death of our dear mother: and for the beautiful floral offerings we
desire to express our appreciation and thankfulness.
The Garner Family
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