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Vincent BURKLEY
(1818-1898)
Theresa Ferris STELZER
(1824-1908)
Francis Joseph BURKLEY
(1857-1940)
Anna M. BURKLEY (NEE UNKNOWN)
(-1893)

Agnes Miriam BURKLEY
(1889-)

 

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Jesse McMillan HARDING

Agnes Miriam BURKLEY 2228,3113

  • Born: 9 Aug 1889, Nebraska 2224,2225
  • Marriage: Jesse McMillan HARDING on 16 Oct 1912 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA 3113
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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Residence, 1900, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 2224 at 2312 Webster, living with her widowed father.

Residence, 1910, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 2225 at 138 North 38 Avenue, living with her widowed father.

Residence, Jun 1917, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 3114 at 138 North 38 Avenue, living with her husband in her father's household.

Residence, 1920, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 3115 at 115 North 38 Avenue, where she was a home maker.

Residence, 1930, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 3116 at 120 South 38 Avenue, where she was a home maker. Home has been replaced by an apartment building.

Residence, 1937, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 3117 at 120 South 38 Avenue.

Residence, 1940, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 3113 at 825 South 52 Street.

Newspaper Article, 13 Dec 1940, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA. 1493 Burkley Estate Nearly $750,000
Omaha (AP). The estate of Frank J. Burkley, Omaha business leader and a founder of the Omaha World, who died Sept. 9, was valued at $744,253.82, in an inveneotory filed in county court by his two daughters, Agnes B. Harding and Mary B. Brinker, administrators and principal beneficiaries.

Newspaper Article, 8 May 1949, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA. 1493 Special Tribute Accorded Today To Nation's Mothers - 5 Sons in Service
Four grandchildren and seven children distinguish the record of Mrs. J. M. Harding, 1945 Nebraska mother from Omaha. All five of Mrs. Harding's sons served in the war. Outstanding in her service to the community, Mrs. Harding has been a member of the National Council of Catholic Women, the board of governors of the Omaha Community Chest, the Children's Memorial hospital, and has worked in other organizations such as the Junior League and the Catholic committee of child welfare. The Harding children include: Charles Harding II, Frank Burkley Harding, Mrs. W. D. Hosford, jr, John M. Harding, Robert Harding, and Ann Burkley Harding.

Travel, 21 Feb 1949, Honolulu, Hawaii. 3118 from Los Angeles aboard the S. S. Lurline

Travel, 21 Feb 1949, Honolulu, Hawaii. 3119 The SS Lurline was originally launched as a passenger ship in 1932 and saw regular service between the West Coast of the U.S.A. and Hawaii. During World War II, it was used to ferry troops to the South Pacific front. After World War II, the ship was completely refurbished for $18 million - a very large sum in those days. Her first postwar voyage was from San Francisco, California to Los Angeles, California and then on to Hawai'i. The SS Lurline arrived in Honolulu Harbor to a tumultuous welcome on April 21st 1948. Hawaiians in dozens of canoes paddled out to meet the vessel while an estimated 100,000 others waved from the shore. The ship tied up at Pier 11 where the 709 passengers and 444 member crew were enthusiastically greeted with smiles and, of course, leis. The postwar arrival of the SS Lurline signified the rebirth of Tourism in Hawai'i after World War II.


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Agnes married Jesse McMillan HARDING, son of Charles HARDING and Elizabeth Onetah McMILLAN, on 16 Oct 1912 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA.3113 (Jesse McMillan HARDING was born on 20 Aug 1887 in Wisner, Cuming County, Nebraska,343 died on 28 Oct 1964 115,3120 and was buried in Oct 1964 in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery; Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA 3120.)




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