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Smith Cemetery ~ Beatrice Adeline Totten ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Totten, Beatrice Adeline
MAIDEN NAME: Embree AKA 1: Hiebenthal AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 7 Feb 1913 DIED: 29 Mar 1992 BURIED: 2 Apr 1992 ~ Smith Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Lewisville, Polk Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Dallas, Polk Co, Oregon
1920 OR CENSUS - Adeline B. Embree (6y, b Oregon) enumerated with parents Cecil (30y, b Oregon) and Zora L. (25y; b Oregon) and 3 siblings, Norval V. (8y; b Oregon), Laura E. (5y, b Oregon) and Nada (3m, b Oregon)
1st MARRIAGE - G.J. Hiebenthal & Beatrice Embree md 11 Mar 1933, Polk Co, Oregon
1940 OR CENSUS - Beatrice A. Hiebenthal (27y, b Oregon) enumerated with husband Gottleib J. (34y, b Nebraska, occupation laborer) and 1 daughter Zora Ann (3y, b Oregon); family was living in same house in 1935
2nd MARRIAGE - Edwin Totten & Beatrice Hiebenthal md 27 Mar 1983, Polk Co, Oregon
NOTE - second husband Edwin Totten died 17 Aug 1999 and was buried in Dallas Cemetery
Beatrice Totten, Feb. 7, 1913-March 29, 1992
Beatrice “Bea” Hiebenthal Totten, 79, of Dallas died at the Valley Community Hospital. She was born at Lewisville to Cecil and Zora Smith Embree. She attended schools in Lewisville, Dallas and Salem Busines sCollege. She married G.J. Hiebenthal March 11, 1933, in Monmouth. They lived at the family farm on Elkins Road. She was active in 4-H activities and worked for Polk County Extension for 30 years. She was a member of the Evangelical Church of North America. Mr Hiebenthal died June 27, 1981. She married Edwin Totten March 27, 1983. She enjoyed gardening, cooking and sharing with others. Besides her husband, she is survived by daughters Zora Ann McClintock of Monmouth and Patricia Hiebenthal of Los Angeles; steps-n,m Edwin Totten Jr of Dallas; stepdaughter, Elva Dumire of Keizer; a brother, Norval Embree of Dallas; sisters Laura Koozer of Springfield and Nada Runkle of Corvallis; grandchildren Steve McClintock of Plymouth, Wash, and Jen Mulford of Portland; stepgrandchildren Sarah and Eric Totten and Donnie and Lisa Dumire; great-grandchildren Dave and Sean McClintock. Services were April 2 at Dallas Mortuary Chapel. Vault burial followed at Smith Cemetery in Monmouth. Memorial contributions may be made to the Church Memorial Fund or the 4-H leadership fund for a flagpole in front of the 4-H building, care of Dallas Mortuary Chapel, 287 SW Washington St, Dallas 97338.
Itemizer Observer, Wednesday, April 8, 1992, 4B:1

[shares marker with G.J. Hiebenthal; marker gives her name as Hiebenthal despite her remarriage]
1920 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 371, page 214B)
Oregon Marriage Index (Genealogical Forum)
1940 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Dallas, ED 27-8, sheet 8A)
Oregon Marriage Index (
Itemizer Observer, 8 Apr 1992, 4B:1

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