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Wheeler, Anna M.
MAIDEN NAME: Hedgepeth AKA 1: Edwards AKA 2: Baker AKA 3: 
BORN: 3 Sep 1877 DIED: 13 Apr 1938 BURIED:  ~ English Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Corvallis, Benton Co., Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Dallas, Polk Co., Oregon
1st MARRIAGE - R.A. Edwards & Annie Hedgpeth md 29 Oct 1895, Polk Co, Oregon
[First husband was probably Richard A., son of Joseph & Missouri (Ritner) Edwards who are buried in Edwards Cemetery; he later moved to Indiana where he died in 1952 (Edwards file, Polk Co Museum)]
2nd MARRIAGE - Dryden Baker & Anna Edwards md 4 July 1897, Tillamook Co, Oregon
1900 OR CENSUS - Anna Baker (b Sept 1877, OR, mother of 2 children, both living) enumerated with her husband of 3 years Dryden (b Mar 1870, IL), daughter Laura (b May 1898, OR) and step-daughter [of Dryden] Vesta Edwards (b June 1895, OR)
1910 OR CENSUS - Anna Baker (31y, b OR, second marriage, mother of 2 children, both living) enumerated with husband Dryden (41y, b IL, first marriage), step-daughter [of Dryden] Vesta (14y, b OR) and dau Laura (11y, b OR)
[2nd husband Dryden Baker died 19 Sept 1943 in Tillamook Co, Oregon, leaving an estate; only heir was daughter Laura J. Irwin, 45, wife of Carl J. Irwin of Sweet Home, Oregon (Tillamook Co probate file 1623, Oregon State Archives)]
3rd MARRIAGE - to Fred Wheeler
1920 OR CENSUS - Anna W. Wheeler (42y, b OR) enumerated with husband Fred (42y, b CA), son Elmer F. (5y, b OR) and mother Jane Hedgepeth (66y, b AR, widowed)
OSBH DC (Polk County 1938) #45 - Anna M. Wheeler, female, housewife, widowed (Fred Wheeler), b. 3 Sept 1877 at Peedee, Oregon, d. 14 Apr 1938 at Dallas, Oregon (of Monmouth RFD) at the age of 60 yrs 7 mos 11 dys, name of father John Hedgepeth (b. Missouri), maiden name of mother Jane Wood (b. Missouri); bur English cem; informant Mrs. Vesta Barclay of Monmouth.

Mrs. Anna Wheeler of Lewisville passed away Wednesday night at the Dallas hospital. The funeral will be held Saturday at 10:00 am at the Henkle & Bollman chapel. Interment will be made at the old English cemetery at Airlie. 
The Wheeler family moved to the Lewisville community in 1931 from Tillamook. Mr. Wheeler passed away June 28, 1936, and was buried at Tillamook. 
Mrs. Wheeler recently underwent a major operation. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Vesta Barclay and Mrs. Laura Kerp, both Route 1, Monmouth, and a son Elmo Wheeler of Toledo. She also leaves a granddaughter, Donna Mae Keys, and a grandson, Eldon Keys.
Itemizer Observer, Thursday, 14 Apr 1938, 1:6

Mrs. Anna Wheeler Died Suddenly Dallas Hospital.
Mrs. Anna Wheeler of Lewisville died at 1 o’clock Thursday morning in the Dallas hospital. She was taken ill Sunday morning. Services are to be held in the Henkle-Bollman parlors at Dallas Saturday monring at 10 o’clock with commital in the Old English cemetery near Airlie. 
Mrs. Wheeler was the mother of Mr.s Laura Keys, who is employed in the Williams lunch counter here. Other children are: Mrs. George Barclay, Waldport; Elmo Wheeler, Valsetz
Independence Enterprise, Friday, 15 Apr 1938, 1:2

Final Rites For Mrs. Ann Wheeler Held on Saturday
Airlie Resident Passes Away at Dallas After Operation; Daughter Living Here
Airlie – Mrs. Ann Wheeler, age 60, passed away Wednesday, April 13, at the Dallas hospital following an operation. Ann Hedgpeth was born August 1877 in Corvallis and was the daughter of Joel and Belinda Hedgpeth. The family moved to Prineville, later moving to Pedee where she grew up. She was married to Fred Wheeler of Tillamook, coming to Lewisville in 1931. Mr. Wheeler passed away June 28, 1936 and was buried in Tillamook. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Vesta Barclay of Waldport; Mrs. Laura Keyes of Independence; one son, Elmo Wheeler of Valsetz; one brother, Delmar Hedgpeth of Olympia; three grandchildren, Eldon and Donna Keyes and Sandra Wheeler. Funeral services were held Saturday at 10 o’clock from Henkle & Bollman parlots, Dallas, and interment at the English cemetery. Pall bearers were Vern Osborn, Ernest and Claud Hoisington, Walter Elliott, James Lewis and Laird Lindeman.
Independence Enterprise, Friday, 22 Apr 1938, 3:1

Anna M. Wheeler
Sep 1877 - April 1938
OSBH DC (Polk County 1938) #45
Saucy/Tolle Survey & Photographs
Polk Co, Oregon, Marriage Records, Vol 4
Tillamook Co, Oregon, Marriage Records
1900 OR CENSUS (Tillamook Co, Tillamook, ED 75, Sheet 13A)
1910 OR CENSUS (Tillamook Co, Tillamook, ED 260, Sheet 2B)
1920 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 371, Sheet 3A)
I-O 14 Apr 1938, 1:6
IE 15 Apr 1938, 1:2 
IE 22 Apr 1938, 3:1
ROW: 26-3  

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