Person:Lenna Quade (1)

m. 3 Apr 1902
  1. Daniel Quade1903 - 1910
  2. Benjamin Franklin Quade1905 - 1979
  3. Laura Wilhelmenia Quade1908 - 1958
  4. Edith Ann Quade1909 - 1988
  5. Lenna Helen Quade1911 - 1990
  6. Theodore Roosevelt Quade1913 - 1951
  7. Anna Emma Quade1916 - 2008
  8. Wanda Louise Quade1919 - 1996
  9. Ophelia Quade1921 - 2009
m. 31 Dec 1929
  1. Eva Louise Fitchpatrick1937 - 2008
  2. Harriet Jewel Fitchpatrick1942 - 2004
Facts and Events
Name Lenna Helen Quade
Gender Female
Birth? 21 Mar 1911 Mount Pleasant, Lawrence, Missouri, United States
Census[3] 1920 Mount Pleasant, Lawrence, Missouri, United States
Marriage 31 Dec 1929 Jasper, Missouri, United Statesto Earl Morgan Fitchpatrick
Other Son-in-law: William Farrell (9)
with Earl Morgan Fitchpatrick
Other Son-in-law: Gerald Rector (1)
with Earl Morgan Fitchpatrick
Census[4] 1930 Lincoln, Jasper, Missouri, United States
Death[1][2] 15 Feb 1990 Lockwood, Dade, Missouri, United StatesGood Shepherd Nursing Home
Other[5] 17 Feb 1990 Joplin, Jasper, Missouri, United StatesThe Joplin Globe Obituary
Burial? 18 Feb 1990 Odd Fellows Cemetery, Golden City, Barton, Missouri, United States
Religion? Jasper, Jasper, Missouri, United StatesA member of First Baptist Church
Soc Sec No? 498 52 1472

LENNA HELEN QUADE was born on March 21, 1911 in Lawrence County, Missouri.

The 1920 census shows Lenna living with her parents in Mt. Pleasant Township, Lawrence County, Missouri.

Lenna met Earl Morgan Fitchpatrick in 1923 at Victory School house where they attended school. She later worked as a house keeper for Earl's family.

The 1930 census shows Lenna living with her family in Lincoln Township, Jasper County, Missouri.

Lenna spent most of her life on the farm. She and Earl decided to leave the farm in October 1964. They moved to Jasper, Missouri. In November 1967 they opened the Grand Cafe in Jasper, Missouri.

Lenna died on February 15, 1990 in the Good Shepherd Nursing Home, Lockwood, Dade County, Missouri. She is buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Golden City, Barton County, Missouri.

  1. The Joplin Globe
    February 16, 1990.
  2. Certificate of Death: 90 004320
    90 004320.
  3. 1920 United States Federal Census, 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT:, 2005. Indexed by from microfilmed schedules of the 1920 U.S. Federal Decennial Census. Data imaged from National Archives and Records Administration.1920 Federal Population Census. T625, 2,076 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. Mt Pleasant, Lawrence, Missouri, ED , roll , page , image .
  4. 1930 United States Federal Census, Roll T626 1205; Page 4B; Enumeration District 36; Image 1049.


    Lenna Helen Fitchpatrick, 78, Jasper, formerly of Barton County, died Feb. 15, 1990, at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home, after an illness of several years.

    The daughter of Fred and Louise Christina (Buhrman) Quade, she was born Mar. 21 1911, in Lawrence County. On Dec. 31, 1929, she was united, in marriage to Earl M. Fitchpatrick. He preceded her in death, Oct. 25, 1982.

    She was a member of the Jasper Baptist Church, and a homemaker. She was a member of the Jasper community for 27 years. Survivors include: three son, Carroll Fitchpatrick, of Topeka, Kan., Clifford Fitchpatrick, of South Boston, Va., and Ben Fitchpatrick, of Jasper; five daughters, Thelma Shaffer, of Twin Falls, Idaho, Wanda Marie Rector, of Nevada, Eva Louise Cavener, of Springfield, Harriet Robertson, of Jasper, and Delores Whitehead, of Neosho; 23 grandchildren; four step grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Anna Simmons, of Liberal, Wanda Simmons, of Jasper, and Ophelia Soos, of Carthage.

    Services will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 18, at Selvey Funeral Home, in Jasper.

    Rev. Ed Bard and Rev. Phil Rector will officiate. Soloists will be Mike Kannady and Jeanie Bard. Lois Selvey will be the organist.

    Burial will be in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, in Golden City.

    Family visitation will be 7-8, p.m., Saturday, at the funeral home.

    The family suggests memorials to the Greg Dalton Children's Home.