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English Cemetery ~ Hulda S. Worthylake ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Worthylake, Hulda S.
MAIDEN NAME: Wienert AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 18 Feb 1899 DIED: 14 Apr 1983 BURIED: 18 Apr 1983 ~ English Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Doon, Lyon C.o, Iowa
DEATH PLACE: Lebanon, Linn Co., Oregon
Name of father John Wienert
Maiden name of mother Kate Schuman
1900 IA CENSUS - Hulda S. Wienert (b Feb 1899, IA) enumerated with parents John F. (b Feb 1862, Germany, immigrated 1870, naturalized, married 15 years) and Kate (b Feb 1864, Germany, immigrated 1868, mother of 9 children, 8 living at time of census) and 7 siblings, Hugo E. (b Feb 1887, IA), Julius R. (b Mar 1889, IA), Katie A. (b Mar 1891, IA), John F. (b Mar 1891, IA), Nora E. (b Mar 1893, IA), William H. (b Dec 1894, IA), and Louis T. (b Dec 1896, IA) 
1930 CA CENSUS - Hulda Worthylake (31y, b IA, married at age 25y) enumerated with husband Harry (31y, b Nova Scotia, immigrated 1900, naturalized, married at age 25y) and 2 children, Dean (5y, b OR) and Patricia (2y, b OR)
1940 OR CENSUS - Hulda S. Worthylake (41y, b IA) enumerated with husband Harry V. (40y, b Canada) and 3 children, Dean R. (16y, b OR), Patricia D. (12y, b OR) and Barbara A. (6y, b OR); family was living in rural Oregon in 1935 
[Harry & Hulda were divorced; Harry married 2nd to Mary M. Barrows on 31 Aug 1946 in Bellingham, Whatcom Co, Washington (Washington Digital Archives); he died 9 Apr 1971 in Portland, Oregon, and was buried at Ada, Lane Co., Oregon (obit Oregon Statesman 11 Apr 1971, 12:1)]
LEBANON – Hulda Wienert Worthylake, 84, of 1644 Cooper St, died Thursday. 
Born in Doon, Iowa, she moved to Eastern Oregon in 1906 and to the Willamette Valley in 1914. She worked in Toledo public schools 1944-64 and came to Lebanon after retiring. She was a member of United Methodist Church and Crowfoot Grange. Survivors include daughters, Patricia Hontington, Madras, and Barbara Wyatt, Lebanon, son, Ralph, Medford, and sister, Laura Hadley, Auburn, Wash. Services will be at 1 pm Monday at Jost mortuary with burial at 3:30 pm at Fir Crest Cemetery, Monmouth. [sic; English cemetery]. Contributions may be made to Crowfoot Grange.
Statesman Journal (Monday) 18 Apr 1983, 2B:4
Hulda S.
Feb. 18, 1899
Apr. 14, 1983
Saucy/Tolle Survey & Photographs
1900 IA CENSUS (Lyon Co, Doon, ED 55, Sheet 11B)
1930 CA CENSUS (Merced Co, Dos Palas, ED 25, Sheet 11B)
1940 OR CENSUS (Clatsop Co, Walluski, ED 46, Sheet 4A)
SJ 18 Apr 1983, 2B:4
ROW: 19-3  

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