Person:Mabel Hickman (1)

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Mabel Hickman
d.25 Jan 1968 Guthrie, Logan Co, OK
m. 29 Jun 1879
  1. Clarence Theodore Hickman1880 - 1955
  2. Florence Hickman1881 - 1889
  3. Rufus Hayes(?) Hickman1883 - 1900
  4. Minor Earl Hickman1886 - 1969
  5. Mabel Hickman1889 - 1968
  6. Lucy Lenora Hickman1890 - 1902
m. 16 Jul 1922
Facts and Events
Name Mabel Hickman
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][18] 7 May 1889 Eldon, Miller County, Missouri, USA
Census[7][23] 1900 Elmwood Township, Saline County, Missouri, USA
Residence[8][24] Feb 1907 Gate, Beaver Co, OK
Census[9] 1920 Kay Co, OK
Occupation[10] 1920 Kay Co, OKteacher
Marriage 16 Jul 1922 Newkirk, Kay County, Oklahoma, USAto Harry G Elkins
Census[11][25] 1930 Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
Residence[12][26] 1942 Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
Residence[13][27] Aft 1964 Guthrie, Logan Co, OK
Death[3][19] 25 Jan 1968 Guthrie, Logan Co, OK
Burial[4][5][20] 26 Jan 1968 Newkirk Cemetery, Newkirk, Kay County, Oklahoma, USA
Other[14][15][28] 26 Jan 1968 Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma, USAObituary
Other[22] Newkirk, Kay County, Oklahoma, USAName Maybelle Misc
Soc Sec No[6][21] 446-36-1535

Mabel vistied Clarence and his family in Stockton when Ethel was 7 or 8, ca 1915 or 1916. Phone call from Ethel Hickman 29 Dec 1999 to HMH.

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Mabel lived most of adult life in Ada OK. m. oil field pumper Harry Elkins of Newkirk, OK.

Picture of headstone, by Pryse Monument Co, Box 894 Phone 765-7308; at I.O.O.F. Cemetery; Ponca City, Oklahoma 74601. Cost $55 (in possession of Clarence William Hickman, I have copy)

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"Memo from the desk of Minor E. Hickman" Information: Mrs. Mabel H[arry?]. Elkins P. O. Box 845 St. No. C/o Mrs. Dock Jobes

   210 South 8th St.,
   Ponca City, Oklahoma.
   Jobes Tel. ROgers 5-4507

Mrs. Elkin's Phone: ROgers 5-9474

Mrs. Elkins is sister of Rev. M. E. Hickman 1508 1/2 6th Ave., Dodge City,

 Kansas.  Tel HUnter 3-7815
 P. O. Box No. 629
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Mrs. Elkins' bank:

 Security Bank of Ponca City, Okla.

Mrs. Elkins is member of [end of page]

Blanch Groves 717 E Central Lou Long 600 So 14-th

Newkirk Chapter OES #136

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Englewood Homebuilder, Englewood KS [The Englwood Homebuilder was the only paper published in Englewood at the time of Susan's death. Pub. dates 31 May 1906 - 15 August 1907.

7 Feb 1907 "Miss Mabel Hickman, sister of our printer, will leave the last of the week for a visit with relatives and friends at the old home in Kay County, Okla.

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CWH 23 Apr 1994: "...we detoured through Newkirk, OK, and went to the cemetery to Aunt Mabel's grave... "The cemetery is the Newkirk Cemetery, but there is no sign identifying it. It is about 1 1/2 miles north of the Newkirk (Kay Co.) north city linit on US highway 77, then east across the railroad tracks (which parallel the highway). Like most cemeteries, this one is divided into sections by the roads in the cemtery. Mabel's grave is in the southwest-most section. (Turn into the cemetery at the first gate, then continue south to the last section on your right."

References
  1. John Wesley Hickman Family Bible (at Clarence William Hickman residence).
  2. The Ponca City News
    1 Jan 1968.
  3. Obit Dodge City Globe 27 Jan 1968.
  4. The Ponca City News
    1 Jan 1968.
  5. Internet
    FindAGrave.
  6. Social Security Death Index (2).
  7. US 1900
    1900, Missouri, Saline County, Elmwood Township, SD 7, ED 125 Sheet 1, 13/15.

    1900
    Res: Rents farm

    Mo Yr Last Yrs Child bp fabp mobp Occup Atttd
    Rel Birth Birth Age Marr tot/live Sch, mos
    Hickman, John W H May 1859 41 21 ---- In TN IN Farmer
    Arminta S W Jul 1856 41 21 6/4 KY KY KY
    Minor S Sep 1886 13 MO IN KY 5
    Mable D May 1889 11 MO IN KY 5
    Lucy D Jul 1891 8 MO IN KY 4

    All can read, write and speak English except Lucy
    Ages were rechecked in record

  8. Englwood Homebuilderood Homebuilder, Englewood KS (The Englwood Homebuilder was the only paper published in Englewood at the time of Susan's
    7 Feb 1907.
  9. www.Ancestry.com (2)
    1920 Oklahoma, Kay Co, Beaver Twp, ED 114, Sheet 5, Line 42.
  10. www.Ancestry.com (2)
    1920 Oklahoma, Kay Co, Beaver Twp, ED 114, Sheet 5, Line 42.
  11. www.Ancestry.com.

    1930 United States Federal Census; Roll T626_1927; Page:1B; ED:2; Image:0033

  12. Letter ex Department of Commerce. Burea of the Census
    Letter dated June 29, 1942 to Mrs. Mabel H. Elkins, Post Office Box 616, Ada, Oklahoma.
  13. Letter ex Department of Commerce. Burea of the Census
    Letter dated June 29, 1942 to Mrs. Mabel H. Elkins, Post Office Box 616, Ada, Oklahoma.
  14. The Ponca City News
    26 Jan 1968.

    Ponca City News
    Earlyday Teacher In County Dies
    Mrs. Mabel H. Elkins, 78, an earlyday teacher in the schools of Kay County, died Thursday afternoon in the Masonic Nursing Home at Guthrie, where he has been living the past 3 1/2 years.
    She was born May 7, 1889, in Eldon, Mo., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hickman. In 1922 she was married to Harry Elkins at Newkirk.
    Mrs. Elkins had taught at Newkirk, Uncas, Foster and a number of other rural schools. After she retired from the teaching profession, she was a practical nurse in a nursing home.
    She was a member of the Methodist Chruch and the Order of the Eastern Star.
    Surving are her brother and sister-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Miner [sic] E. Hickman of Dodge City and several nieces and nephews.
    She was preceded in death by her husband.
    Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Saturday in the Anderson Funeral Home. The Rev. Ray O. Martin, pastor of the Kaw City Methodist Chruch, will officiate and burial will be in the Newkirk Cemetery.

  15. Daily Newspaper (I think it is on film at the Kansas Hisorical Soc. in Topeka)
    27 Jan 1968.

    Dodge City Globe
    Mrs. Mabel Elkins
    Word was received here of the death of the sister of a Dodge City man, in Oklahoma. She was Mrs. Mabel Elkins of Ponca City, Okla., sister of the Rev. M.E. Hickman of Dodge City.
    Ms. Elkins had been living at a Masonic home fror older persons for some time and died there Thursday afternoon. The funeral was set for 10 a.m. Saturday in the Anderson Chapel of Ponca City.

  16.   Marriage reference at home of Clarence W Hickman.
  17.   Funeral Arrangements; Obit Dodge City globe 27 Jan 1968.
  18. Ponca City News: date, see obit
    [I am not fure about the Winifred part of her name]
  19. Died at the Masonic Home. She lived there about 3 1/2 years before her death.
  20. http://www.seekerllc.com/gene/gene.asp
    Name MABEL ELKINS; Block M, Lot 48, Burial Date 1/27/1968
    see: MyDocuments/Hickman/Elkins Mable cemetery map.jpg
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    Ponca City News: see obit

    I have a sketch of Mabel's monument. It was prepared by Pryse Monument co., Box 894 Phone 765-7308. At I.O.O.F Cemetery, Ponca City, Oklahoma 74601.
    The stone reads:
    Mabel H. Elkins
    1889-1968
    The price was $55.00
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  21. MABEL ELKINS b 07 May 1889; d Jan 1968; Last Residence 73044 (Guthrie, Logan, OK) ; Last Benefit (none specified); SSN 446-36-1535; Issued Oklahoma
  22. A small book named "Vest Pocket Companion For Christian workers" has this note:
    Maybelle Hickman, Newkirk Oklahoma, 1908
    [I saw the name Maybelle somewhere else. Was Mable's name Mable or Maybelle, or was Mable trying to add something to her name?]
  23. 1900
    Res: Rents farm

    Mo Yr Last Yrs Child bp fabp mobp Occup Atttd
    Rel Birth Birth Age Marr tot/live Sch, mos
    Hickman, John W H May 1859 41 21 ---- In TN IN Farmer
    Arminta S W Jul 1856 41 21 6/4 KY KY KY
    Minor S Sep 1886 13 MO IN KY 5
    Mable D May 1889 11 MO IN KY 5
    Lucy D Jul 1891 8 MO IN KY 4

    All can read, write and speak English except Lucy
    Ages were rechecked in record
  24. Englewood Homebuilder, Englewood KS [The Englewood Homebuilder was the only paper published in Englewood at the time of Susan's death. Pub. dates 31 May 1906 - 15 August 1907. 7 Feb 1907 "Miss Mabel Hickman, sister of our printer, will leave the last of the week for a visit with relatives and friends at the old home in Kay County, Okla.
    [Who are the relatives?]
  25. 1930

    Name Relation Age POB
    Elkins, Harry G Head 46 Indiana
    Elkins, Mabel H Wife 40

    census PIX 1930 Hickman Mabel
  26. Address of Letter ex Dept Commerce.
  27. See obit
  28. Ponca City News
    Earlyday Teacher In County Dies
    Mrs. Mabel H. Elkins, 78, an earlyday teacher in the schools of Kay County, died Thursday afternoon in the Masonic Nursing Home at Guthrie, where he has been living the past 3 1/2 years.
    She was born May 7, 1889, in Eldon, Mo., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hickman. In 1922 she was married to Harry Elkins at Newkirk.
    Mrs. Elkins had taught at Newkirk, Uncas, Foster and a number of other rural schools. After she retired from the teaching profession, she was a practical nurse in a nursing home.
    She was a member of the Methodist Chruch and the Order of the Eastern Star.
    Surving are her brother and sister-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Miner [sic] E. Hickman of Dodge City and several nieces and nephews.
    She was preceded in death by her husband.
    Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Saturday in the Anderson Funeral Home. The Rev. Ray O. Martin, pastor of the Kaw City Methodist Chruch, will officiate and burial will be in the Newkirk Cemetery.
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    Dodge City Globe
    Mrs. Mabel Elkins
    Word was received here of the death of the sister of a Dodge City man, in Oklahoma. She was Mrs. Mabel Elkins of Ponca City, Okla., sister of the Rev. M.E. Hickman of Dodge City.
    Ms. Elkins had been living at a Masonic home fror older persons for some time and died there Thursday afternoon. The funeral was set for 10 a.m. Saturday in the Anderson Chapel of Ponca City.