Ethel Webb

14 Jun 1899 - 30 Jul 1899

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14 Jun 1899 - 30 Jul 1899
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Ethel Webb

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American Fork Cemetery

601-699 Alpine Hwy
American Fork, Utah, Utah
United States
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Life Sketch of Hans Alfred Hansen and Elizabeth Lourene Webb

Contributor: SouthPawPhilly Created: 2 years ago Updated: 1 year ago

LIFE SKETCH OF HANS ALFRED HANSEN AND ELIZABETH LOURENE WEBB Jorgen Peter Hansen was born July 11, 1850 in Osterlarsker, Bornholm, Denmark to Hans Jorgen Jensen and Karen Marie Mortensen. He was baptized January 20, 1878 by N. R. Peterson, and was confirmed the same day. He was rebaptized on July 31, 1881 by E. F. Granting, and confirmed the same day. He was ordained a Seventy on April 23 1884 by John Clark. He moved into the Draper Ward on October 12, 1884. Jorgen took for his third wife Annie Margrethe Matilda Jocumsen on August 4, 1887 in the Salt Lake Endowment House. Annie was the daughter of Hans Jocumsen and Maren Petersdatter Christensen. Annie was born on August 17, 1867 in Falster, Lolland, Denmark or Westerborg, Maribo, Denmark. She was baptized on February 25, 1878 in Osterholt, Denmark in the icy water. A hole had to be cut in the ice to baptize her. She was rebaptized August 5, 1886. In 1884, she came to Utah and it was there that she married Jorgen Peter. Later she became a Midwife. Hans Alfred was born on December 12, 1890 in Draper, Utah. He was blessed on January 1, 1891 by Willard Jensen. He was the second child and first son of Jorgen Peter and Annie Matilda. Hans Alfred was baptized by Elder George P. Garff and confirmed by P. P. Sorensen on August 13, 1899 in Draper, Utah. He was ordained a Teacher in December 1906 by P. C. Rasmussen. He had one brother, who died young, and three sisters. They are: Agnes Matilda May 31, 1888; Myrtle Olivia May 26, 1896; Lawrence Martin October 7, 1898; Lenora Margaret September 10, 1903. On March 1, 1909, Jorgen Peter died and left Annie to raise her family by herself. Alfred, at 18, ran the small farm they lived on. In 1915 or December 15, 1918, they moved to American Fork, Utah at 217 South Center Street. George Henry Webb was born on April 12, 1865 to William Rawlings Webb and Martha Careless in London, England. He was baptized on June 24, 1873 and married Mary Elizabeth Spratley in the Logan Temple on December 10, 1890. Mary Elizabeth Spratley was born July 10, 1868 to James Spratley and Mary Elizabeth Okey in American Fork, Utah. She was baptized August 26, 1874. Elizabeth Lourene was their first child. She was born on March 15, 1892 in American Fork, Utah, and was blessed May 2, 1892 by William Rawlings Webb. She had one brother and two sisters. They are as follows: Martha Luella February 25, 1894; Ethel June 14, 1899 she died in August of the same year, John Henry September 30, 1909. Lourene was baptized on July 10, 1900 by Steven L. Chipman in the Old Science Hall in American Fork, Utah. She was confirmed by her father, George Henry Webb. She attended American Fork City schools to the eighth grade. Her mother was a midwife so Lourene always took care of her brother and sisters. Her parents were quite strict so they were raised knowing what they could and couldn't do. They were taught to be hard workers; Lourene demonstrated this when she was married. Lourene's father, George Henry, died on February 9, 1944. Her mother, Mary Elizabeth, died on August 12, 1950. When Alfred proposed to Lourene, they were on a date up American Fork Canyon, and they were both sitting on a limb over the river. Now isn't that romantic? They were endowed, married, and sealed for time and all eternity,in the Salt Lake Temple on December 9, 1914 by Alvin F. Smith. After they were married, Alfred sold insurance and did odd jobs as a handyman to support his family. He worked on the bridge gang on the inter-urban railroad going from Salt Lake to Payson. He also worked on the old cement highway 91 around Mona. He lived in Draper when he was courting Lourene. He later became a Building Contractor and owned his business along with his sons. He was a very good carpenter and fixed a lot of things around the house to make it more comfortable. They moved in with Annie Matilda Jocumsen Hansen on 217 South Center Street, after they had been married for a while. They took care of Annie Matilda for many years until she died on November 16, 1955. They had five children all in American Fork. There are four sons and one daughter. They are as follows: Howard Webb November 29, 1917; Lawrence "W" October 9, 1921; Earl "W" April 16, 1925; Arthur "W" (my dad) November 10, 1928; and Mary LaPriel July 26, 1932. Alfred and Lourene loved their children very much and they gave all the time and love they could to them. Alfred was mild-natured and loved to tell stories. He was always happy and loved to play basketball. He liked having the grandchildren around and always had candy in his dresser drawer to give them. He was also an avid lover of roses and grew a lot of them in his flower garden; he also loved to hunt and was quite good at it. Lourene taught a third grade Primary class for awhile. She has been a Relief Society Visiting Teacher to the different districts for over 14 years. She took a class in genealogy and she has been to the Archives in Little Cottonwood Canyon . She has done some work for the dead in the Salt Lake Temple and she also did work in the Manti Temple with Brother and Sister Don Bean, and Brother and Sister Shumway of American Fork. Lourene was a quiet woman but she loved to tell stories about Herself, Alfred, and their children; she also love having her grandchildren stay over for the night or longer. She was always kind to the people that came to her door and would always try to help them in some way. She always kept her house looking very neat, and clean. She was always sewing on something, usually quilts, and has made many beautiful quilts and other handmade articles, including crocheting and embroidery. She was a great cook and always bottled delicious fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, and she always made pies and cakes. Both her and Alfred loved a good big breakfast. I don't know how they ate all that they would fix. I certainly couldn't eat all they put before me at breakfast, it was so much! Alfred and Lourene loved to grow things, they had a nice big flower garden, and behind that there was a big fruit and vegetable garden. They liked animals, and always had plenty of cats around the house (outside of course!) I loved going over there and always found a new batch of kittens, because I love kittens. They also liked to tease the grandchildren a lot. Sometimes they would clack their false teeth at the kids to scare them.. I remember one time they scared Vickie half out of her wits. She ran screaming down the hall and into the bedroom. It was so funny and I laughed so hard. They have lived in Draper, Mona, Salt Lake City, Provo, Park City, and American Fork, not necessarily in that order. When they lived in Mona, Howard was five years old and Lawrence was one year old. They liked to camp in their trailer house and have traveled to different states in the United States and to Old Mexico. One of their favorite pastimes was playing Canasta with Fern and Elmer Chipman; Oh, how they loved to play that game! They would let us kids join in too! Another favorite pastime was watching TV, their most favorite program being "Lawrence Welk", which was an hour of music. They both were lovers of music. They also enjoyed watching "Gunsmoke", which is a western program. They loved the Church very much and went as much as they could. Lourene once had an organ which she loved to play, but her father gave the organ to the church, because they were in need of one. Just before Lourene died, she was ill for some time and was operated on (we were never told what the illness was), but she died soon after Congestive Heart Failure, Pneumonia, and Cancer. She died on April 22, 1969 in American Fork and was buried on April 26, 1969 in the American Fork Cemetery. Alfred and Lourene argued all the time (the trademark of the Hansen Brothers!) and when she died. he missed her tremendously. One night while he was staying at Lawrence and Marilyn's he was talking to someone for a long time in the middle of the night. The next morning he told Marilyn that Lourene had come and talked to him for quite a while. He must have started arguing with her about something, because she said she didn't want him and wouldn't come for him if he didn't stop arguing with her. He was just heartbroken to think Lourene didn't want him if he argued and tears just rolled down his face because he felt so bad. From then on, he started going downhill. and before he died, he had gangrene in his legs and possibly elsewhere and he had to have part of his legs amputated. He was ill for about a year and finally died on December 6, 1971 in American Fork and was buried December 9 1971 in the American Fork Cemetery. Written by Laura Jean Hansen May 24 1979 Edited by Cindy Sue and Mary Elizabeth Hansen January 1, 1993 Granddaughters of Alfred and Lourene Hansen. I am indebted to the following for this information: 1. Howard "W" and Lila Hansen 2. Lawrence "W" and Marilyn Hansen 3. Earl "W" and Glenna Hansen 4. Arthur "W" and Dorothy Hansen and their families. Also, information came from newspaper clippings and the genealogical records of Hans Alfred and Elizabeth Lourene Hansen.

Life Sketch of Hans Alfred Hansen and Elizabeth Lourene Webb

Contributor: Celique Created: 1 year ago Updated: 1 year ago

LIFE SKETCH OF HANS ALFRED HANSEN AND ELIZABETH LOURENE WEBB Jorgen Peter Hansen was born July 11, 1850 in Osterlarsker, Bornholm, Denmark to Hans Jorgen Jensen and Karen Marie Mortensen. He was baptized January 20, 1878 by N. R. Peterson, and was confirmed the same day. He was rebaptized on July 31, 1881 by E. F. Granting, and confirmed the same day. He was ordained a Seventy on April 23 1884 by John Clark. He moved into the Draper Ward on October 12, 1884. Jorgen took for his third wife Annie Margrethe Matilda Jocumsen on August 4, 1887 in the Salt Lake Endowment House. Annie was the daughter of Hans Jocumsen and Maren Petersdatter Christensen. Annie was born on August 17, 1867 in Falster, Lolland, Denmark or Westerborg, Maribo, Denmark. She was baptized on February 25, 1878 in Osterholt, Denmark in the icy water. A hole had to be cut in the ice to baptize her. She was rebaptized August 5, 1886. In 1884, she came to Utah and it was there that she married Jorgen Peter. Later she became a Midwife. Hans Alfred was born on December 12, 1890 in Draper, Utah. He was blessed on January 1, 1891 by Willard Jensen. He was the second child and first son of Jorgen Peter and Annie Matilda. Hans Alfred was baptized by Elder George P. Garff and confirmed by P. P. Sorensen on August 13, 1899 in Draper, Utah. He was ordained a Teacher in December 1906 by P. C. Rasmussen. He had one brother, who died young, and three sisters. They are: Agnes Matilda May 31, 1888; Myrtle Olivia May 26, 1896; Lawrence Martin October 7, 1898; Lenora Margaret September 10, 1903. On March 1, 1909, Jorgen Peter died and left Annie to raise her family by herself. Alfred, at 18, ran the small farm they lived on. In 1915 or December 15, 1918, they moved to American Fork, Utah at 217 South Center Street. George Henry Webb was born on April 12, 1865 to William Rawlings Webb and Martha Careless in London, England. He was baptized on June 24, 1873 and married Mary Elizabeth Spratley in the Logan Temple on December 10, 1890. Mary Elizabeth Spratley was born July 10, 1868 to James Spratley and Mary Elizabeth Okey in American Fork, Utah. She was baptized August 26, 1874. Elizabeth Lourene was their first child. She was born on March 15, 1892 in American Fork, Utah, and was blessed May 2, 1892 by William Rawlings Webb. She had one brother and two sisters. They are as follows: Martha Luella February 25, 1894; Ethel June 14, 1899 she died in August of the same year, John Henry September 30, 1909. Lourene was baptized on July 10, 1900 by Steven L. Chipman in the Old Science Hall in American Fork, Utah. She was confirmed by her father, George Henry Webb. She attended American Fork City schools to the eighth grade. Her mother was a midwife so Lourene always took care of her brother and sisters. Her parents were quite strict so they were raised knowing what they could and couldn't do. They were taught to be hard workers; Lourene demonstrated this when she was married. Lourene's father, George Henry, died on February 9, 1944. Her mother, Mary Elizabeth, died on August 12, 1950. When Alfred proposed to Lourene, they were on a date up American Fork Canyon, and they were both sitting on a limb over the river. Now isn't that romantic? They were endowed, married, and sealed for time and all eternity,in the Salt Lake Temple on December 9, 1914 by Alvin F. Smith. After they were married, Alfred sold insurance and did odd jobs as a handyman to support his family. He worked on the bridge gang on the inter-urban railroad going from Salt Lake to Payson. He also worked on the old cement highway 91 around Mona. He lived in Draper when he was courting Lourene. He later became a Building Contractor and owned his business along with his sons. He was a very good carpenter and fixed a lot of things around the house to make it more comfortable. They moved in with Annie Matilda Jocumsen Hansen on 217 South Center Street, after they had been married for a while. They took care of Annie Matilda for many years until she died on November 16, 1955. They had five children all in American Fork. There are four sons and one daughter. They are as follows: Howard Webb November 29, 1917; Lawrence "W" October 9, 1921; Earl "W" April 16, 1925; Arthur "W" (my dad) November 10, 1928; and Mary LaPriel July 26, 1932. Alfred and Lourene loved their children very much and they gave all the time and love they could to them. Alfred was mild-natured and loved to tell stories. He was always happy and loved to play basketball. He liked having the grandchildren around and always had candy in his dresser drawer to give them. He was also an avid lover of roses and grew a lot of them in his flower garden; he also loved to hunt and was quite good at it. Lourene taught a third grade Primary class for awhile. She has been a Relief Society Visiting Teacher to the different districts for over 14 years. She took a class in genealogy and she has been to the Archives in Little Cottonwood Canyon . She has done some work for the dead in the Salt Lake Temple and she also did work in the Manti Temple with Brother and Sister Don Bean, and Brother and Sister Shumway of American Fork. Lourene was a quiet woman but she loved to tell stories about Herself, Alfred, and their children; she also love having her grandchildren stay over for the night or longer. She was always kind to the people that came to her door and would always try to help them in some way. She always kept her house looking very neat, and clean. She was always sewing on something, usually quilts, and has made many beautiful quilts and other handmade articles, including crocheting and embroidery. She was a great cook and always bottled delicious fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, and she always made pies and cakes. Both her and Alfred loved a good big breakfast. I don't know how they ate all that they would fix. I certainly couldn't eat all they put before me at breakfast, it was so much! Alfred and Lourene loved to grow things, they had a nice big flower garden, and behind that there was a big fruit and vegetable garden. They liked animals, and always had plenty of cats around the house (outside of course!) I loved going over there and always found a new batch of kittens, because I love kittens. They also liked to tease the grandchildren a lot. Sometimes they would clack their false teeth at the kids to scare them.. I remember one time they scared Vickie half out of her wits. She ran screaming down the hall and into the bedroom. It was so funny and I laughed so hard. They have lived in Draper, Mona, Salt Lake City, Provo, Park City, and American Fork, not necessarily in that order. When they lived in Mona, Howard was five years old and Lawrence was one year old. They liked to camp in their trailer house and have traveled to different states in the United States and to Old Mexico. One of their favorite pastimes was playing Canasta with Fern and Elmer Chipman; Oh, how they loved to play that game! They would let us kids join in too! Another favorite pastime was watching TV, their most favorite program being "Lawrence Welk", which was an hour of music. They both were lovers of music. They also enjoyed watching "Gunsmoke", which is a western program. They loved the Church very much and went as much as they could. Lourene once had an organ which she loved to play, but her father gave the organ to the church, because they were in need of one. Just before Lourene died, she was ill for some time and was operated on (we were never told what the illness was), but she died soon after Congestive Heart Failure, Pneumonia, and Cancer. She died on April 22, 1969 in American Fork and was buried on April 26, 1969 in the American Fork Cemetery. Alfred and Lourene argued all the time (the trademark of the Hansen Brothers!) and when she died. he missed her tremendously. One night while he was staying at Lawrence and Marilyn's he was talking to someone for a long time in the middle of the night. The next morning he told Marilyn that Lourene had come and talked to him for quite a while. He must have started arguing with her about something, because she said she didn't want him and wouldn't come for him if he didn't stop arguing with her. He was just heartbroken to think Lourene didn't want him if he argued and tears just rolled down his face because he felt so bad. From then on, he started going downhill. and before he died, he had gangrene in his legs and possibly elsewhere and he had to have part of his legs amputated. He was ill for about a year and finally died on December 6, 1971 in American Fork and was buried December 9 1971 in the American Fork Cemetery. Written by Laura Jean Hansen May 24 1979 Edited by Cindy Sue and Mary Elizabeth Hansen January 1, 1993 Granddaughters of Alfred and Lourene Hansen. I am indebted to the following for this information: 1. Howard "W" and Lila Hansen 2. Lawrence "W" and Marilyn Hansen 3. Earl "W" and Glenna Hansen 4. Arthur "W" and Dorothy Hansen and their families. Also, information came from newspaper clippings and the genealogical records of Hans Alfred and Elizabeth Lourene Hansen.

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1899
Ethel Webb was born on 14 Jun 1899
Ethel Webb died on 30 Jul 1899 at the age of 0
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