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Meehan, Michael
(1832-1881)
Ayers, Hannah
(1837-1922)
O'Connor, John
(1820-1903)
O'Connor, Mary
(1830-1916)
Meehan, John (Jack) Joseph
(1877-1922)
O'Connor, Bridget
(1875-1951)
Meehan, Mary Veronica
(1905-1936)

 





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Hederman, Harold Francis

Meehan, Mary Veronica

  • Born: 26 Mar 1905, Manilla, Crawford County, Iowa, USA
  • Marriage: Hederman, Harold Francis on 9 Feb 1931 in St Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, USA
  • Died: 18 Jul 1936, Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, USA
  • Buried: Jul 1936, St Rose of Lima Cemetery, Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, USA
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bullet  General Notes:

Miss Mary Meehan Becomes
Bride of Mr. Harold Hederman. Ceremony Monday

A pretty wedding- was solemnized at the St. Rose of Lima church on Monday morning, February 9tn, at six o'clock, when Miss Mary Meehan | became the bride of Mr. Harold Hederman. Miss Bemice Ahart played the wedding march as the bridal party took their respective places. They were attended by Miss Monica Hederman, sister of "the bridegroom, and Mr. John Meehan, brother of the bride. Father E. F. Casey performed the ceremony.

Following the wedding the bridal party went to the home of the bride's mother where a delicious wedding; breakfast was served at seven-thirty to the members of the immediate families. A huge wedding cake formed the centerpiece of the table.

The bride wore a beautiful dress of dark blue crepe, with hat and accessories to correspond. She wore a corsage fashioned of roses and fressias. Her attendant, Miss Hederman, wore a pretty dress of brown crepe.

The bride is the oldest daughter of Mrs. John Meehan of this city. She has; been making her home in Denison for the past seven years, graduating- from the local high school with the class of 1925. For the past two years she has been employed in the office of Armour Creameries. She is a charming young lady, and is held in highest esteem by her many acquaintances, who wish for her much happiness in her new life.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hederman, who reside southwest of Denison. He attended the Catholic school of Denison, served his country in the World War, and since that time has been operating a farm. He is a highly respected young man, ambitious and of sterling; character.

Mr. and Mrs. Hederman left Monday for Cedar Falls for a short honeymoon trip. Upon their return they will make their home on a farm southwest of this city, The Bulletin joins their friends in wishing them success and happiness.

On June 24th, 1986, Mary Ellen Rowan wrote Clare Meehan a shot letter in which she mentioned the following:

"I remember Bud a little, & I've always heard the stories of being given all the Hedderman baby clothes when I was born in Aug. (August 17th, 1936) after Mary died in July . . ."

MRS.H.HEDERMAN DIED ON SATURDAY AT HOME OF AUNT (Nell Magner)
Mrs. Harold Hederman of near Denison passed away at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Mike Magner, of Denison on Saturday, July 18, at 11:55 a. m., where she had been taken the day , | previous, when her condition, aggravated by the heat, became serious. Mrs. Hederman had not been in the best of health since in the spring when on February 21 she became the mother of a still-born child, which had caused her much grief. Mrs. Hederman, nee Mary Meehan,: was born near Manilla on March 26, 1905, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Meehan. She moved to Denison in 1923 and graduated from the high school with the class of 1925. She was employed at Armours for five years following her graduation and on February 8, 1931 was united in marriage to Harold Hederman at Denison, and they established a home of their own six miles south of this city.
She attained the age of 30 years, I month and 22 days. She leaves to mourn her untimely death her grief stricken husband, her mother, Mrs. John Meehan, one sister, e i Claire, and two brothers, John and Francis, as well as other close relatives and many friends. Her father preceded her in death in 1922.
Mrs. Hederman was a devout Catholic, an ambitious and zealous worker in. all branches of the church, and before coming to Denison joined the Court of Catholic Daughters of America at Earling, Iowa.
By a charming personality and friendly ways, Mrs. Hederman made friends wherever she went. Always willing to assist other when occasion demanded, she was loved and respected by a large number acquaintances, who extend sympathy to her husband and family, Funeral services were held on Monday morning at 9:30 at the St. Rose of Lima church, with Father Amdorfer of Charter Oak in charge. In interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were first cousins of the deceased, Joe Hanrahan, Bernard Mullen, Leo Mullen, John O'Connor, Arthur Hickey and Adrian Lally.
Relatives from a distance attending the services were, Mrs. K. Jardine, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lenihan of Council Bluffs, Mrs. Anna O'Connor of Omaha, Mrs. Ed Horigan, Mrs. Tom Ma-her, Tom O'Connor of Imogene, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mullen and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. George Gilmore and family of Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. James Duffy, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dieter, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hickey, John O'Connor and the Misses Margaret and Nellie Hickey of Vail, J. P. Mc-Laughlin of Wall Lake, Sister M. Vincent dePaul and companion, Sister. Geneyieve of Clinton, Dr. Morelle Houlihan of Ida Grove, Francis Lally, of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Joe-Hanrahan and Loretta Hanrahan of Hillsboro, N. Dakota.

DEATH RECORD
Crawford County Court House, Recorders Office, Denison, Iowa
NO: Book 3, page 214
DATE OF RETURN:
NAME: Mary Veronika Meehan Hederman
SEX & COLOR: female, white
AGE: 31y 3m 2d
OCCUPATION:
DATE OF DEATH: 18 July 1936
SINGLE, MARRIED, WIDOW, WIDOWER: married
NATIONALITY:
PLACE OF BIRTH: Manilla, Iowa
Baptised on March 30, 1905. Fr. Thomas Coffey was the priest. Her sponsors were Thomas Meehan and Mrs. M. Magner (Ellen O'Connor)

HOW LONG RESIDED IN STATE:
PLACE OF DEATH: Denison
CAUSE OF DEATH:
COMPLICATION:
DURATION:
PLACE OF BURIAL:
DATE OF BURIAL:
NAME OF PHYSICIAN MAKING CERTIFICATE: Dr P J Brannon, Denison
INFORMANT:
BORN: 26 March 1905
FATHER: John J Meehan
MOTHER: Bridget OíConner
SOCIAL SECURITY:

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Mary married Harold Francis Hederman, son of Joseph Hederman and Mary G Denahey, on 9 Feb 1931 in St Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, USA. (Harold Francis Hederman was born on 9 Jul 1900 in Denison township, Crawford County, Iowa, USA, died on 29 Mar 1971 in Crawford County, Iowa, USA and was buried in Apr 1971 in St Rose of Lima Cemetery, Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, USA.)

bullet  Marriage Notes:

CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE
STATE OF Iowa
COUNTY - Crawford
CERTIFICATE - Book 13, page 61, #2250

GROOMS NAME - Harold Francis Hederman
OCCUPATION - farmer
RESIDENCE - Denison
DATE OF BIRTH -
AGE - 31
BIRTH PLACE - Denison
FATHERíS NAME - Joseph Hederman
MOTHERíS MAIDEN NAME - Mary G Denahy
NO OF MARRIAGE - 1st

BRIDES NAME - Mary Veronica Meehan
RESIDENCE - Denison
DATE OF BIRTH -
AGE - 26
BIRTH PLACE - Manilla
FATHERíS NAME - John Joseph Meehan
MOTHERíS MAIDEN NAME - Bridget OíConnor
NO OF MARRIAGE - 1sr

MARRIED ON 9 February 1931 in St Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Denison
OFFICIANT - Rev E F Casey, Pastor
WITNESSES - John Joseph Meehan and Monica Elizabeth Hederman
RECEIVED -

Miss Mary Meehan Becomes Bride of Mr. Harold Hederman. Ceremony Monday
A pretty wedding was solemnized at the St. Rose of Lima church on Monday morning, February 9tn, at six o'clock, when Miss Mary Meehan became the bride of Mr. Harold Hederman. Miss Bernice Ahart played the wedding march as the bridal party took their respective places. They were attended by Miss Monica Hederman, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. John Meehan, brother of the bride. Father E. F. Casey performed |the ceremony.
Following the wedding the bridal party went to the home of the bride's mother where a delicious wedding breakfast was served at seven-thirty to the members of the immediate ' families. A huge wedding cake formed the centerpiece of the table.
The bride wore a beautiful dress of dark blue crepe, with hat and accessories to correspond. She wore a corsage fashioned of roses and fressias. Her attendant, Miss Hederman, wore a pretty dress of brown crepe.
The bride is the oldest daughter of Mrs. John Meehan of this city. She has been making her home in Denison for the past seven years, graduating from the local high school with the class of 1925. For the past two years she has been employed in the office of Armour Creameries. She is a charming young lady, and is held in highest esteem by her many acquaintances, who wish for her much happiness in her new life.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hederman, who reside southwest of Denison. He attended the Catholic school of Denison, served his country in the World war, and. since that time has been operating a farm. He is a highly respected young man, ambitious and of sterling character.
Mr. and Mrs. Hederman left Monday for Cedar Falls for a short honeymoon trip. Upon their return they will make their home on a farm southwest of this city.
The Bulletin joins their friends in wishing them success and happiness.




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