Person:Elizabeth Boice (2)

Watchers
m. 1840
  1. Isaac H. Boice1840 - 1889
  2. James A. Boice1847 - 1899
  3. Thomas W. Boice1857 - 1930
  4. David Jackson Boice1859 - 1938
  5. Elizabeth Adeline Boice1865 - 1947
m. 24 Dec 1884
  1. George Alford Overton1885 - 1954
  2. Delbert Joseph Overton1891 - 1971
  3. Orville Marion Overton1897 - 1974
  4. Naoma Elizabeth Overton1899 - 1997
  5. Herbert Wesley Overton1903 - 1969
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Adeline Boice
Married Name[1][2][3] Elizabeth Adeline Overton
Gender Female
Birth[1][7] 25 Dec 1865 Marietta, Washington co., Ohio, United StatesIn the 1900 census it was stated that she was born “Dec 1865”.
Census[5] 1 Jun 1870 Greenbush twp., Warren co., Illinois, United States(in the Greenbush postal area)
Adalina was residing with [father] Samuel Boyce (occ. farmer), [mother] Sarah, [siblings] James, Samuel, Mary, Thomas, David, Catharine, and William. (No relationships are recorded in this census.) It was recorded that she was born in Ohio.
Census[6] 1 Jun 1880 Bourbon twp., Knox co., Missouri, United StatesAdeline, daughter of Samuel Boice (occ. not specified), was also residing with her father's wife Sarah and sons David (occ. farmer) and Charles W. It was recorded that she was born in Ohio.
Marriage License 20 Dec 1884 Nevada, Vernon co., Missouri, United States“Alfred” Overton and Elizabeth A. Boice, both of Vernon Co., Missouri, received a license to marry. The register states that he was over 21 years of age, but he was actually 19 years old. It also has the hand written note “consent given”.
to Alford Overton
Marriage 24 Dec 1884 Vernon co., Missouri, United Statesat “groom's residence”
Alford and Elizabeth were united in marriage by Minister James F. Edwards. The 1910 census states that this was the first marriage for each of them.
to Alford Overton
Census 1 Jun 1900 Nevada, Vernon co., Missouri, United Statesat 1010 E. Walnut St., in a home that was owned free of mortgage
Alford Overton (occ. smelter foreman) was residing with his wife Elizabeth A.; sons George A., Delbert J., and Orville M.; and daughter “Naomia” E. It was stated that 4 of Elizabeth's 5 children were living.
with Alford Overton
Other had at least six children
with Alford Overton
Residence 1910 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 1814 Mercier
In the 1910 Kansas City directory, Alford (occ. wrapper) and “Delber” J. (occ. cement) were listed at this address. This was the first appearance of any of the family members in the city directory.
with Alford Overton
Census 15 Apr 1910 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 1841 Mercier St., in a home that was rented
Alford Overton (occ. fireman) was residing with his wife Elizabeth A., son Delbert (occ. factory worker), son Orville, daughter “Namoma” E., and son Herbert W. It was stated that 5 of Elizabeth's 6 children were living.
with Alford Overton
Residence From 1911 To 1914 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2713 Holly
Alford (or “Alfred”) and Delbert were listed in the city directory as residing at this address along with George A. (occ. salesman) in 1913 and Orville M. in 1914.
with Alford Overton
Residence From 1915 To 1920 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2141 Madison Ave.
Alford (or “Alfred” or “Albert”) was listed in the city directory at this address along with (in various years) Delbert J., Orville M., Naomi or Neoma, and Herbert W.
with Alford Overton
Census 1 Jan 1920 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2141 Madison, in a home that was rented
“Alfred” Overton (occ. ice peddler, own account) was residing with his wife Elizabeth, sons Orvil M. and Herbert (both occ. ice peddler, own account), and daughter Naoma E.
with Alford Overton
Residence From 1921 To 1935 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2624 Madison Ave.
Alford (or “Alfred”) and Herbert W. were listed in the city directory at this address, along with Orville (through 1924). Alford's wife Elizabeth A. was listed beginning in 1930 and appeared as a widow from 1934.
with Alford Overton
Census 1 Apr 1930 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2624 Madison, in a home that was owned
Alford Overton (occ. ice peddler, own account) was residing with his wife Elizabeth A. and son Herbert W. (occ. credit manager for sewing machine company).
with Alford Overton
Census[3] 1 Apr 1940 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 5707 Highland Ave., in a home that was owned
Elizabeth A. Overton, widowed mother-in-law of Doral L. Denison, was also residing with Doral's wife [and Elizabeth's daughter] Naoma E. All were recorded as residing in the “same place” as in 1935.
Education[3][7] Elizabeth completed the 8th grade, and she could read and write.
Death[1][2] 17 Feb 1947 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 5707 Highland
Elizabeth died at home, after two days, of coronary thrombus due to arteriosclerosis. Her death was reported on 18 Feb. 1947 by [son-in-law] Doral Denison (of the same address). It was recorded that she was the daughter of Samuel Boice and Sarah Townsend, a widow of “Alfred” Overton, and had been residing in Kansas City for 36 years.
Burial[1][2][4] 20 Feb 1947 Forest Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United StatesThe undertaker was D.W. Newcomer's Sons. The grave marker is inscribed, “MOTHER, ELIZABETH A. OVERTON, 1865–1947”.
Funeral[2] 20 Feb 1947 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat The Chapel on Paseo at Brush Creek Blvd.
at 2 p.m.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Missouri, United States. Death Certificates. (Missouri State Archives), cert. #5007, filed 3 March 1947.
    Certificate of death registered 18 February 1947, by Doral Denison [son-in-law].
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 “Funerals: Mrs. Elizabeth Addline Overton”, in The Kansas City Star. (Kansas City, Missouri), p 15, Tues., 18 Feb. 1947.

    Abstract:

    Mrs. Elizabeth Addline Overton, age 81, residing at 5707 Highland, died 17 Feb. 1947. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Thursday [20 Feb. 1947] at The Chapel on Paseo at Brush Creek Blvd. Interment at Forest Hill Cemetery. Undertaker D. W. Newcomer's Sons.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 ED 116-323A, 15th Ward Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, in United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T627), roll 2179, folio 5239, sheet 1B, household 22, Doral L. Denison household, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 5 April 1940.

    Highest grade of school completed “8”.

  4. Elizabeth A. Overton”, in Find A Grave, memorial 97084365. Viewed digital image of grave marker.
  5. Greenbush twp., Warren, Illinois, in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, roll 697 (FHL #1254697), f 556-D, p 8, dwelling 67, family 68, Samuel Boice household, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 9 June 1870.
  6. ED 73, Bourbon twp., Knox, Missouri, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, roll 697 (FHL #1254697), f 556-D, p 8, dwelling 67, family 68, Samuel Boice household, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 5/6 June 1880.
  7. 7.0 7.1 ED 123, 5th Ward Nevada city, Vernon, Missouri, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), roll 906 (FHL #1240906), folio 114, sheet 3B, line 70, Elizabeth A. Overton, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 5 June 1900.

    Elizabeth A. Overton was born “Dec 1865”. She could read and write.