|i.||Percy Montegue22 (1876-1947)|
"Wollack, Christina J." 15 F W at home IA[Note: Hageman family records have this child as a boy, Christian J.]
"All [of his children] are now deceased"From 1870 Seward County Census:
"Wollack, John L." 14 M W at home IAJohn Franklin married Unknown UNKNOWN. "Fegard, Isabel" married a "John F. Wallick" in Knox Co., Illinois about 2/03/1881, the date the marriage license was issued. This could be his unidentified wife.5
"Wollack, Abraham" 10 M W at home IA
"Wollack, Martha" 8 F W IA
[NOTE: To learn much more about the descendants of Simon Peter Hageman and Martha Viola Wallick, visit our William Brown Hageman Family Website starting with the entry for Simon Peter Hageman. To learn much more about the ancestors of Simon Peter Hageman, visit one or all of our four websites dedicated to the genealogy of each of his grandparents, Isaac Hageman, Maria Vanderveer, John D. Stryker, and Maria "Polly" Hoagland.]
Martha Viola and Simon Peter had the following children:
|i.||Albert Roy14 (1885-1974)|
|ii.||Grace Pearl14 (1888-1977)|
|iii.||Alice Naomi14 (1896-1979)|
Down in that county of brush and muddy roads, Fulton County, Illinois, Simon was born, September 21, 1858. Somehow an epidemic of western fever broke out in old Fulton in 1866 and Simon, together with the whole Hageman family, took it, and they landed in the wilderness of Seward County in the spring in time to see the flowers bloom.From Seward County Nebraska 1982, Seward County Historical Society:13
Simon hunted coons along the river, helped make the old farm, went to school, fished and chased antelope and finally got after better game and captured Miss Viola Wallick, May 27, 1884, at Seward. She was born at Cuba, Iowa, January 29, 1862. They have three children, Albert R., Grace P., and Alice N., all at home. Mr. Hageman succeeded to his father's old farm four miles south of Seward. They have a splendid farm. He is a member of the Maccabees and United Workmen.
Simon P. Hageman was a direct descendant of Adrian Hageman and his wife, Catherine, who immigrated to New York from Holland in 1650. He was born in Illinois in 1858 and came to Seward County in a covered wagon with his parents in 1866. His parents were William Brown Hageman and Magelane Skillman both of whom are buried in the Ruby Cemetery, which was formerly called the Hageman Cemetery.The Obituary of Martha Viola Wallick Hageman:23
Simon married Viola Wallick in 1884. Viola's "Wallick" ancestors had come from Switzerland in the 1700's. She was also a descendant of Sarah Boone Wilcoxen who was born in Pennsylvania in 1724 and was a sister of Daniel Boone.
Simon and Viola lived all their married life on the Hageman farm on the Blue River about five miles southeast of Seward. There were many Indians around during those early years as they had a camp down by the river. Simon said his father often smoked their peace pipe with them.
Their children were: Albert Hageman who married Maude Roy[SIC, should be Ray]. He sold the home place and moved to a farm in Keith County in the early 30's.
Grace, married Orin Fosler and lived the remainder of her life on a farm near by.
Alice married George Imig and moved with her family to California.
Viola died in the flu epidemic of 1918. Simon lived until 1928.
Relatives still living in the Seward area are, Wayne Fosler, Eleanor Fosler Vogt, and LaVerne Fosler Bjorback.
Viola Wallick was born January 29, 1862, at Cuba, Iowa. Her early childhood was spent in Iowa until at the age of seven, when she moved with her father's family to Seward county, Nebraska. On May 27, 1884 she was married to S.P. Hageman at Seward, and the remainder of her life was spent on their farm home five miles south of Seward.The Memorial Notice of Martha Viola Wallick Hageman:23
Mrs. Hageman departed this life Friday, December 13, 1918, age 56 years, 10 months and 14 days, her death being caused by pneumonia.
She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Grace Fosler and Mrs. Alice Imig; one son, Albert R., eight grandchildren and six brothers and four sisters.
Besides her relatives the departed leaves a host of friends who will cherish her memory as a friend and neighbor always ready with kind acts of helpfulness and comforting words in time of trouble and need. Her family has lost a devoted wife and loving mother whose life may be a shining example of loyalty to her loved ones, that may aid them through the remainder of life. She was a member of the Presbyterian church.
Another hand is beckoning us,
Another call is given;
And glows once more with angel steps
The path which reaches heaven.
Alone unto our Father's will
One thought hath reconciled;
That He whose love exceedeth ours
Hath taken home His child.
Hold her, oh Father! In thine arm,
And let her henceforth be
A messenger of love between
Our human hearts and Thee.
And grant that she who, trembling
Distrusted all her powers,
May welcome to her holier home
The well beloved of ours.--Whittier.
We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kindness and help during the illness and death of our beloved wife and mother. Also for the many beautiful flowers.127. Elijah WALLICK.14,6,13 Born about 1863 in Iowa or Illinois.15 Resided in California.14 Elijah died about 1940; he was 77.14 Alias/AKA: Cox has him as "Elvira" but this is obviously mistranscribed.6S. P. Hageman,
Mr. And Mrs. Bert Hageman,
Mr. And Mrs. Orin Fosler,
Mr. And Mrs. George Imig.
"Wollack, Wm. M." 7 M W IA [this must be Elijah's twin, Melville]129. Wallace G. WALLICK.14,15,6,13 Born in 1865 in Illinois.15
"Wollack, Wallace G." 5 M W ILWallace G. married Unknown UNKNOWN.
"Wollack, Mary L." 4 F W ILMary Louisa married Unknown NIGH.14
"Wollack, Henry" 3 M W ILHenry C. married Unknown UNKNOWN.
"Wollack, Jane" 3 Mo. F W ILJane married Unknown McGEE.14
"Wollack, Addia" 3 Mo. F W ILAddie married Unknown SMITH.14