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(19 Mar 1896)

Mary Anna Hockett

(aka) Anna Hockett

(aka) Marianna Hockett

Individual

Born: 22 Oct 1866 in Monrovia, Morgan County, Indiana, USA

Died: 4 May 1944 in Murdo, Jones County, South Dakota, USA

Father: Henry A. Hockett (1835 – 1909)

Mother: Eunice Osborn (c. 1844 – ?)

Family #1

Spouse/Partner: Alfred Thomas "A.T." Wilson (1866 – 1929)

Married: 19 Mar 1896 in Saint Joseph, Champaign County, Illinois, USA

Child: (infant son) Wilson (1897 – 1897)

Child: Winifred E. Wilson (1901 – 1934)

Notes:

Anna changed her name several times. She was born Mary Anna, by 1896 she was just Anna (shown in her Marriage Certificate and the 1910 U.S. Census) and by 1920 she was Marianna (in the 1920 and 1930 U.S. Census, her gravestone, and her daughter's obituary).

Alfred and Anna were married by Howard Brown, a minister of Friends Church in St. Joseph, and witnessed by Perry Rees and Miss Laura Cook.

The family moved to Lyman County in 1905.

After becoming a widow in 1929, Anna (Marianna) could be found living with her daughter Winifred in South Dakota by April 1930.

Change Date

This data was last changed on 5 Apr 2009, and is stored in datafile B.

Primary and Secondary Sources

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1880 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule)
National Archives and Records Administration. [applies to name, birth]
1910 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule)
National Archives and Records Administration. [applies to alias, birth, marriage, notes]
1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule)
National Archives and Records Administration. [applies to alias, birth, marriage, notes]
1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule)
National Archives and Records Administration. [applies to alias, birth, marriage, notes]
Gravestone or Grave/Crypt Marker
[applies to alias, birth, death]
Marriage License and Certificate (Alfred T. Wilson, Anna Hockett)
[applies to alias, birth, marriage]
Obituary (Winifred E. Wilson)
<unknown paper>; ?; <unknown date>, page ? [applies to alias, notes]
Private (A.T. Wilson Family Bible)
[applies to alias, birth, death, marriage]
Private (Family Photographs, Spear)
[applies to name, notes]
Private (Spear Birth and Death Dates Notebook)
Handwritten pages, many hands, many inks. Fragile binding and paper, but with numerous names and dates of birth or death. [applies to birth]