"Married, Aug. 17, 1898, at Ulysses, Neb. Augustus B. Hageman and Miss Matilda Shields. While some girls regret another chance gone, yet all rejoice with the happy couple."12B. E. Jane HAGEMAN.4 Born about 1868.34
"Last Sat. was Miss Rita Hageman's 20th birthday, some of her neighbors came in and a good time was reported."14. Charles M. HAGEMAN.1,4 Buried in Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska.4
HAGEMAN --- Charles M. Hageman, 72, of 2430 No. 12th, died Thursday. Survivors: wife, Francis L., daughters, Mrs. Grace Wals of Omaha, Mrs. Blanche Richter and Mrs. Jessie Wise of Lincoln, Mrs. Hazel Douglass of Washington and Mrs. Edith Knighton of Utah; son, Roy of Lincoln; sister, Mrs. Rita Dixon of Lincoln; brother, Ernest of Colorado; 16 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Hodgman-Spiain[?smeared]15. Abraham W. HAGEMAN. Alias/AKA: "Abe."1
Graveside services for Rev. E. D. Hageman, 77, were held in Osceola, Tuesday morning. Rev. Hageman was an uncle of W. S. Dixon, Seward, and a brother of the late Mrs. Rita Dixon. He formerly lived at Seward, Milford and Lincoln.
Rev. Hageman died of injuries sustained in a car accident 6 days previous. Mrs. Edwin Taylor, Denver, Colo., returned to her home Tuesday night after attending the funeral of Rev. E. D. Hageman Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dixon met her at the Lincoln airport.