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Emma Margerethe Hansen Avery
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Birth: Nov. 27, 1884
Death: Nov. 22, 1966

EMMA MARGRETHE (HANSEN) AVERY , 82, of Prophetstown, passed away this morning (22 November 1966) at the Clinton Manor Nursing Home. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Gardner Funeral Chapel, the Rev. Paul Olson of the Methodist Church officiating with burial in the Tampico Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral chapel Wednesday afternoon and evening. No visitation on Thursday. Emma Margrethe Hansen was born Nov. 27, 1884 in Fairfield Twp., the daughter of Orla F. and Mary Nelson Hansen. She married Horace E. Avery of Erie, Feb. 12, 1909 in Prophetstown. They lived in the Tampico area for many years and moved to Prophetstown from Erie in 1964. She was a member of the Tampico Methodist Church. She is survived by one son, Vernon f Erie; one daughter, Carolyn, of Prophetstown; one brother, Peter Hansen of Princeton, three grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She was preceded by her husband, four brothers and five sisters.
Contributed by Melva L. Taylor - The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois November 22, 1966 - Tuesday, pg 2
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  Horace Edgar Avery (1880 - 1958)
  Vernon B Avery (1911 - 1990)*
  Carolyn L Avery (1915 - 2008)*
*Calculated relationship
Tampico Memorial Cemetery
Whiteside County
Illinois, USA
Plot: L-24
Created by: Wendy McIntosh
Record added: Feb 09, 2013
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Emma Margerethe <i>Hansen</i> Avery
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Emma Margerethe <i>Hansen</i> Avery
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