Indiana McCaslins

Mary Ella Wieberg1885

Name
Mary Ella Wieberg
Birth April 1885
MarriageElmer Elsworth ElkinsView this family
November 10, 1904 (Age 19 years)
Birth of a son
#1
John Elkins
about 1907 (Age 21 years)
Census 1910 (Age 24 years)
DivorceElmer Elsworth ElkinsView this family
before 1915 (Age 29 years)

Birth of a daughter
#2
Clara Williams
about 1915 (Age 29 years)
Census 1920 (Age 34 years)
Census 1930 (Age 44 years)
Death of a sonJohn Elkins
June 16, 1945 (Age 60 years)
Death of a husbandElmer Elsworth Elkins
January 14, 1949 (Age 63 years)

Family with Elmer Elsworth Elkins - View this family
ex-husband
herself
Marriage: November 10, 1904, Crawford, Arkansas
Divorce: before 1915
3 years
son
John Elkins
Birth: about 1907 39 21Oklahoma
Death: June 16, 1945, Los Angeles, California
Family with John M Williams - View this family
husband
herself
daughter
son
Private
Elmer Elsworth Elkins + Netty Metta (Mettie) Niday - View this family
ex-husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: August 15, 1886, Crawford, Arkansas
Divorce: before 1904
1 year
step-daughter
5 years
step-son
Elmer Elsworth Elkins + Alice ?(Elkins) - View this family
ex-husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: before 1920
Elmer Elsworth Elkins + Josephine Conrad - View this family
ex-husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: after July 8, 1937Quapaw, Ottawa, Oklahoma
John M Williams + Lillie S Williams - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: October 3, 1886, Crawford, Arkansas

BirthArkansas County Marriages, 1837-1957
Birth1910 US Federal Census
MarriageArkansas County Marriages, 1837-1957
Census1910 US Federal Census
Census1920 US Federal Census
Census1930 US Federal Census
Shared note
Thirty-eight year old Elmer Elkins and 21-year-old Ella Weiburg, both residents of Armada, Crawford, Arkansas, applied for a marriage license on 10 Nov 1904 in Crawford County, and were married the same day by J G Ferguson. In the 1910 US Federal Census for Upper Crawford, Arkansas, 45-year-old Oregon-born Elmer and his 25-year-old Texas-born wife, Ella [Weiburg] Elkins have been married 6 years. Ella has borne two children, but only one, 3-year-old Oklahoma-born Johnie [sic] is living. Johnie's birthplace would indicate that the family was in Oklahoma in 1907. Elmer is a farm laborer, "working out", and has not been out of work in the month of April, but he has had 20 days in the past year when he didn't work. Elmer and Ella can read write and speak English. The birthplace of Elmer's parents is not listed, Ella's father was born in Germany and her mother in Illinois, and Johnie's father was born in Oregon and his mother in Texas. Fifty-four-year-old Mr. J M Williams and 29-year-old Mrs Ella Elkins, both of Armada, Crawford, Arkansas, applied for a marriage license at the Crawford County Courthouse on 14 May 1913 and were married the same day by W H Smith. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Cove City, Crawford, Arkansas, 35-year-old Texas-born Mary E Weiburg Elkins has apparently divorced Elmer Elkins and married 61-year-old Arkansas-born physcian John M Williams. They have in their household their 5-year-old Arkansas-born daughter Clara, and Mary Ella's son by Elmer Elkins, 12-year-old Oklahoma-born John Elkins who has attended school in the past year. The household is living in a house that John owns free of mortgage. John and Mary can read, write and speak English. John's father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Tennessee; Mary's father was born in Germany and her mother in Illinois; Clara William's and John Elkins' fathers were born in Arkansas and their mother was born in Texas. In the 1930 US Federal Census for Cove City, Crawford, Arkansas, 71-year-old Arkansas-born physician John M and his 46-year-old Texas-born wife Mary E [Weiburg Elkins] Williams were married for the first time when he was 25- and she was 15-years old. This indicates that he has been married more than once and she has been married three times. They have in their household their Arkansas-born children, 16-year-old Clara and 10-year-old Claude, and and Mary Ella's son by Elmer Elkins, 22-year-old Arkansas-born [sic] John Elkins who is a laborer in a sawmill. The household is living on Wire Road in a home that John owns. Clara and Claude have attended school in the past year. Everyone can read, write and speak English. Both John William and John Elkins have worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. Neither has served in the military. John's father was born in Kentucky and his mother in Tennessee; Mary's father was born in Germany and her mother in Illinois; Clara and Claude's father was born in Arkansas and their mother was born in Texas; John Elkins' father was born in Oklahoma [sic] and his mother in Texas.