Marie Larson, 19011950 (aged 49 years)

Name
Marie /Larson/
Given names
Marie
Surname
Larson
Birth
1901
Birth of a sonBaby Boy Johannsen
April 1920 (aged 19 years)

Death of a sonBaby Boy Johannsen
April 6, 1920 (aged 19 years)
Birth of a daughterGrace J Johannsen
November 30, 1923 (aged 22 years)

Birth of a daughterMarjorie F Johannsen
April 3, 1928 (aged 27 years)
Death of a daughterMarjorie F Johannsen
May 4, 1928 (aged 27 years)
Death of a husbandFranz Johannsen
September 6, 1928 (aged 27 years)
Address: Belmont Hospital
Cause: Auto Accident
Death
January 2, 1950 (aged 49 years)

Family with Franz Johannsen
husband
Frank Johannsen Draft Registration 1917
18861928
Birth: June 9, 1886 28 26Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: September 6, 1928Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
herself
daughter
Grace Johannsen
19231991
Birth: November 30, 1923 37 22
Death: May 20, 1991Seattle, King Co, Washington, USA
son
Private
son
19201920
Birth: April 1920 33 19
Death: April 6, 1920Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
8 years
daughter
19281928
Birth: April 3, 1928 41 27Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: May 4, 1928Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Franz Johannsen + Mary Kohnke
husband
Frank Johannsen Draft Registration 1917
18861928
Birth: June 9, 1886 28 26Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: September 6, 1928Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
husband’s wife
Mary Kohnke
18911918
Birth: August 25, 1891 36 26Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: October 4, 1918Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Religious marriage Religious marriageOctober 6, 1909Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
10 months
stepdaughter
Dorothy Rose Johannsen
19101987
Birth: July 20, 1910 24 18
Death: January 11, 1987Barrington, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
22 months
stepdaughter
Marie Johannsen
19121996
Birth: May 16, 1912 25 20
Death: January 17, 1996San Francisco, San Francisco Co, California, USA
2 years
stepson
George Francis Johannsen
19141977
Birth: June 29, 1914 28 22Chicago, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Death: October 13, 1977Deer Park, Polk Co, Wisconsin, USA
Note

Marie's children were raised as Roman Catholic and went to the new St. Wenceslaus church (after 1919).