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Lavina Abigail “Addie” Rosenbalm Hovendick

Birth
Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia, USA
Death
17 Sep 1938 (aged 64)
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Burial
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Plot
Block: 33 Lot: 3 Grave: 9
Memorial ID
103109983 View Source

Buried: 9/19/1938 ~ Age: 64
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Printed in the Enterprise, September 22, 1938

MRS. WM. H. HOVENDICK DIES

Mrs. William H. Hovendick, age 64 years, passed away at her home in Blair on Saturday morning, September 17. She had been a victim of heart trouble for some time and two weeks prior to her death she took to her bed.

As Lavina Abigail Rosenbaum, she came with her parents from Abington, Virginia, when but ten years old. She grew to womanhood in the vicinity of Kennard and on December 24, 1891, she was married to William H. Hovendick.

The following spring they purchased a two hundred acre farm near Spiker and immediately began farming.

During the thirty years that they farmed nine children were born to them, seven of whom are still living. They are Ed Hovendick of Herman, Mrs. Pearl Johnson of Blair, Mabel, still at home, Mrs. Hans Christensen of Tekamah, Mrs. Dewey Holstein of Blair, Mrs. Edith Atwood of Blair, and William Hovendick Jr., of Herman.

Mr. and Mrs. Hovendick retired from the active duties of the farm in 1932 and purchased a home in Blair where they have since made their home.

The bereaved husband and the children already mentioned are indeed grief stricken over their great loss.

The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bendorf Funeral Home with Rev. E. P. Booher, former Methodist minister at Kennard, officiating, and interment was made in the Blair cemetery.

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Pilot-Tribune, September 23, 1938

MRS. HOVENDICK DIES AT HER HOME

BLAIR RESIDENT FOR SEVEN YEARS SUCCUMBS HERE SATURDAY AT AGE 64


Mrs. William Hovendick, 64, Blair resident seven years and a Washington countian since childhood, died Saturday at her home here following an illness of about two weeks.

As Addie Rosenbaum, she was born at Abington, Virginia, March 2, 1874, and several years later came to this county. She was married in 1891 to William Hovendick, the ceremony being held in Blair.

The couple moved to a farm in the Spiker neighborhood, remaining there 40 years and moving to Blair in 1931. Mrs. Hovendick is survived by her husband; four daughters, Mrs. Dewey Holstein, Mrs. Roy Atwood, Mrs. Pearl Johnson and Miss Mabel Hovendick, all of Blair; two sons, Ed and Will Hovendick of Herman; a sister, Mrs. Hans Christensen of Tekamah; and two brothers, Mac and Fets Hovendick, both of Blair. One son and one daughter preceded their mother in death.

Funeral services were held at the Bendorf Funeral Home Monday afternoon, a large throng gathering for the final rites. Interment followed in Blair cemetery.


* * * Obituaries provided by, and used with the permission of, the Wash. Co. Geo. Soc., Blair, NE ~ Thank you * * *
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NOTE: Two versions of maiden name spelling; Rosenbalm and Rosenbaum. It seems family members opted.

Lavinia A. Rosenbalm in household of P. S. Rosenbalm, "United States Census, 1880"

Event Place: Holston, Washington, Virginia
Birth Date: 1874
Spouse's Name:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Father's Name: P. S. Rosenbalm
Father's Birthplace: Virginia, United States
Mother's Name: Julia A. Rosenbalm
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia, United States

Household Gender Age Birthplace
Self P. S. Rosenbalm M 35 Virginia, United States
Wife Julia A. Rosenbalm F 50 Virginia, United States
Son Festus M. Rosenbalm M 14 Virginia, # 118436575
Son Sevier M. Rosenbalm M 11 Virginia, United States
Daughter Lavinia A. Rosenbalm F 6 Virginia, United States
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"United States Census, 1900 and 1910"

Residence: Grant Township, Washington, Nebraska
Birth Date: Mar 1874
Birthplace: Virginia
Relationship to Head of Household: Wife
Father's Birthplace: Virginia
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia
Years Married: 8
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1892
Mother of how many children: 4
Number of Living Children: 4

Household Gender Age Birthplace
Family Members:

William H Hovendick, Illinois, Oct 1866
Lavenia A Hovendick, Virginia, Mar 1874

Known Children Not Yet Linked (all born in Nebraska:

REQ Edward Hovendick, Nebraska, Jul 1894, 2/14/1941 Hovendick, Edward Fitch, Amelia 13 98 ~ # 98584911


X Pearl Hovendick Johnson Kimbro, Nebraska, Apr 1896 ~ HOVENDICK, Pearl M.; 27; md. Henry O. JOHNSON; 31; Oct 1923 61373

Myrtle Hovendich Christensen, # 114193725 (Hans, # 114190732), Nebraska, b ca 1901 (d before 1938)

Edna Hovendich Holstein (Dewey), Nebraska, b ca 1903, # 115477324


William Hovendich, Nebraska, b ca 1908, # 75993320



Walter George Hovendick (1892 - 1930)*
Edward John Hovendick (1894 - 1972)*
Pearl Marie Hovendick Kimbro (1896 - 1991)*
Mabell Julia Hovendick Lindenmeyer (1898 - 1981)*
Myrtle Viola Hovendick Christensen (1900 - 1968)*
Edna Caroline Hovendick Holstein (1902 - 1998)*
Edyth Elnora Hovendick Atwood (1905 - 2000)*
William Herman Parker Hovendick (1908 - 1967)*
Hazel Grace Hovendick (1913 - 1913)*





Sister was Mrs. Hans Christensen of Tekamah, per obit


Servant John Lindon M 25 Nebraska, Sep 1875 (in 1900)
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Daughter: There is a Henry O. Johnson buried immediately beside her.

Buried: 9/19/1938 ~ Age: 64
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Printed in the Enterprise, September 22, 1938

MRS. WM. H. HOVENDICK DIES

Mrs. William H. Hovendick, age 64 years, passed away at her home in Blair on Saturday morning, September 17. She had been a victim of heart trouble for some time and two weeks prior to her death she took to her bed.

As Lavina Abigail Rosenbaum, she came with her parents from Abington, Virginia, when but ten years old. She grew to womanhood in the vicinity of Kennard and on December 24, 1891, she was married to William H. Hovendick.

The following spring they purchased a two hundred acre farm near Spiker and immediately began farming.

During the thirty years that they farmed nine children were born to them, seven of whom are still living. They are Ed Hovendick of Herman, Mrs. Pearl Johnson of Blair, Mabel, still at home, Mrs. Hans Christensen of Tekamah, Mrs. Dewey Holstein of Blair, Mrs. Edith Atwood of Blair, and William Hovendick Jr., of Herman.

Mr. and Mrs. Hovendick retired from the active duties of the farm in 1932 and purchased a home in Blair where they have since made their home.

The bereaved husband and the children already mentioned are indeed grief stricken over their great loss.

The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bendorf Funeral Home with Rev. E. P. Booher, former Methodist minister at Kennard, officiating, and interment was made in the Blair cemetery.

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Pilot-Tribune, September 23, 1938

MRS. HOVENDICK DIES AT HER HOME

BLAIR RESIDENT FOR SEVEN YEARS SUCCUMBS HERE SATURDAY AT AGE 64


Mrs. William Hovendick, 64, Blair resident seven years and a Washington countian since childhood, died Saturday at her home here following an illness of about two weeks.

As Addie Rosenbaum, she was born at Abington, Virginia, March 2, 1874, and several years later came to this county. She was married in 1891 to William Hovendick, the ceremony being held in Blair.

The couple moved to a farm in the Spiker neighborhood, remaining there 40 years and moving to Blair in 1931. Mrs. Hovendick is survived by her husband; four daughters, Mrs. Dewey Holstein, Mrs. Roy Atwood, Mrs. Pearl Johnson and Miss Mabel Hovendick, all of Blair; two sons, Ed and Will Hovendick of Herman; a sister, Mrs. Hans Christensen of Tekamah; and two brothers, Mac and Fets Hovendick, both of Blair. One son and one daughter preceded their mother in death.

Funeral services were held at the Bendorf Funeral Home Monday afternoon, a large throng gathering for the final rites. Interment followed in Blair cemetery.


* * * Obituaries provided by, and used with the permission of, the Wash. Co. Geo. Soc., Blair, NE ~ Thank you * * *
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NOTE: Two versions of maiden name spelling; Rosenbalm and Rosenbaum. It seems family members opted.

Lavinia A. Rosenbalm in household of P. S. Rosenbalm, "United States Census, 1880"

Event Place: Holston, Washington, Virginia
Birth Date: 1874
Spouse's Name:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Father's Name: P. S. Rosenbalm
Father's Birthplace: Virginia, United States
Mother's Name: Julia A. Rosenbalm
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia, United States

Household Gender Age Birthplace
Self P. S. Rosenbalm M 35 Virginia, United States
Wife Julia A. Rosenbalm F 50 Virginia, United States
Son Festus M. Rosenbalm M 14 Virginia, # 118436575
Son Sevier M. Rosenbalm M 11 Virginia, United States
Daughter Lavinia A. Rosenbalm F 6 Virginia, United States
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"United States Census, 1900 and 1910"

Residence: Grant Township, Washington, Nebraska
Birth Date: Mar 1874
Birthplace: Virginia
Relationship to Head of Household: Wife
Father's Birthplace: Virginia
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia
Years Married: 8
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1892
Mother of how many children: 4
Number of Living Children: 4

Household Gender Age Birthplace
Family Members:

William H Hovendick, Illinois, Oct 1866
Lavenia A Hovendick, Virginia, Mar 1874

Known Children Not Yet Linked (all born in Nebraska:

REQ Edward Hovendick, Nebraska, Jul 1894, 2/14/1941 Hovendick, Edward Fitch, Amelia 13 98 ~ # 98584911


X Pearl Hovendick Johnson Kimbro, Nebraska, Apr 1896 ~ HOVENDICK, Pearl M.; 27; md. Henry O. JOHNSON; 31; Oct 1923 61373

Myrtle Hovendich Christensen, # 114193725 (Hans, # 114190732), Nebraska, b ca 1901 (d before 1938)

Edna Hovendich Holstein (Dewey), Nebraska, b ca 1903, # 115477324


William Hovendich, Nebraska, b ca 1908, # 75993320



Walter George Hovendick (1892 - 1930)*
Edward John Hovendick (1894 - 1972)*
Pearl Marie Hovendick Kimbro (1896 - 1991)*
Mabell Julia Hovendick Lindenmeyer (1898 - 1981)*
Myrtle Viola Hovendick Christensen (1900 - 1968)*
Edna Caroline Hovendick Holstein (1902 - 1998)*
Edyth Elnora Hovendick Atwood (1905 - 2000)*
William Herman Parker Hovendick (1908 - 1967)*
Hazel Grace Hovendick (1913 - 1913)*





Sister was Mrs. Hans Christensen of Tekamah, per obit


Servant John Lindon M 25 Nebraska, Sep 1875 (in 1900)
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Daughter: There is a Henry O. Johnson buried immediately beside her.


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