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Smith Cemetery ~ Ada Jane Hooker ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Hooker, Ada Jane
MAIDEN NAME: Lewis AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 6 Apr 1883 DIED: 12 Dec 1917 BURIED: 14 Dec 1917 ~ Smith Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Lewisville, Polk Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Dallas, Polk Co, Oregon
1900 OR CENSUS - Ada J. Lewis (b Apr 1883, Oregon) enumerated with parents Henry J. (b Jan 1849, Oregon, married 22 years) & Mary J. (b June 1857, Illinois, mother of 13 children, 11 living at time of census) and 9 siblings, Minnie E. (b Dec 1878, Oregon), Elmer (b Apr 1880, Oregon), Norman P. (b Dec 1884, Oregon), Ethel G. (b Feb 1890, Oregon), Winnona G. (b Mar 1892, Oregon), Leda L. (b Jan 1894, Oregon), Guy L. (b May 1896, Oregon), Gladys (b Sept 1898, Oregon) and Ruth (b Dec 1899, Oregon)
MARRIAGE - Thomas B. Hooker & Ada J. Lewis md 19 Oct 1902, Polk Co, Oregon
1910 OR CENSUS - Ada Hooker (27y, b Oregon, mother of 2 children, both living) enumerated with husband of 8 years Thomas B. (30y, b Oregon) and 2 children, Eugene (5y, b Oregon) and Gwendolen (3y, b Oregon)
OSBH DC (1917 Polk co) #104 Ada Jane Hooker, female, housewife, married; b 6 Apr 1883, Ore; father John Henry Lewis (b Ore); mother Mary M. Roberts (b Ill); d 12 Dec 1917, 619 Hayter, Dallas, age 34y 8m 6d; bur Lewisville [Smith]; informant Thomas B. Hooker, Dallas, Ore
Mrs T.B. Hooker, wife of Deputy Sherifff T.B. Hooker, passed away at he rhome in this city [Dallas] Wednesday after a lingering illness of several years caused by cancer. Mrs Hooker, who was one of Polk county’s native daughters, was a daughter of Mr and Mrs J.H. Lewis, pioneer residents of the Lewisville neighborhood, and was born on April 6, 1883. She is survived by her husband and two children, Eugene and Gwendolyn of this city, her father and mother and ten brothers and sisters. The funeral services will be held thiis morning in the United Evangelical church of this city and interment will take place in the family cemetery at Lewisville.
Capital Journal, Saturday, December 15, 1917, 9:6
No marker at Smith Cemetery

[this grave was moved to Dallas Cemetery prior to World War II]
OSBH DC (1917 Polk co) #104 
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Luckiamute, ED 176, FA#44)
Polk Co, Oregon, Marriage Records, Vol 6
1910 OR CENSUS (Polk Co, Falls City, ED 242, sheet 9B)
Capital Journal, 15 Dec 1917, 9:6

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