Heideman, Sadie (Mrs. John), 1869-1938
HEIDEMAN, BOEYINK, EBERZ, OONK
Posted By: Lydia Lucas - Volunteer (email)
Date: 4/16/2021 at 12:18:54
From the Sioux Center News, December 15, 1938:
Word was received here late last week that Mrs. John Heideman, a former resident of Sioux Center, had passed away at her home in Glendale, Calif. Mrs. Heideman moved to Calif. eighteen years ago with her three children following the death of her husband. John Heideman was town marshal of Sioux Center for many years and will be remembered by all the older residents.
Surviving Mrs. Heideman are her two daughters, Johanna and Burdette, who have been living with her, and her son John who is married and also lives in California; her sister, Mrs. Sena Boyink and step-brother Herman Zeutenhorst both of Sioux Center. The funeral was held Monday in California.
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Also in the Sioux Center News, December 15 (Hull news): Some 40 years ago Mrs. Heideman and her sister, Mrs. Jerry Winters, had charge of the dormitory in Hull. Later they moved to Sioux Center. Word came from Minneapolis that Mrs. Jerry Winters was in a hospital, so was not able to attend her sister’s funeral.
The Sioux Center News, December 29, 1938, published a letter from Conrad Jongewaard reporting on her funeral, conducted in the “Peace Chapel” by Rev. Luther E. Stein, the minister of the Glendale Presbyterian Church, who stressed Mrs. Heideman’s active busy life.
Another news note in the same issue of the newspaper says that Mrs. Heideman left four children surviving her: Winnie, who is married and also lives in Glendale; Johanna, who is teaching school and is the mainstay of the family; Burdette, who has been an invalid for years; and John, who is married and lives in Oregon. Mrs. Heideman was a sister of the late Albert Boeyink of Sioux Center.
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The California Death Index has Sadie Heideman, born about 1869, died 10 Dec 1938 in Los Angeles County.
Her FindaGrave.com page has Sadie Heideman, born 9 Aug 1869, died 10 Dec 1938, buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles County. It does not give her husband, but does list four (apparently unmarried) daughters: Jo Anna (1896-1990), Burdette (1898-1974), Jeannette A. (1902-1928), and Gertruide (1905-1928). There is a photo of her headstone.
The Sioux County marriage register for 1894/1895 has an entry for John Heideman, age 35, resident of Sioux Center, a lath sawyer[?], born in Rochester, New York, parents Gerrit Heideman and Johanna Beneuk[?], second marriage; bride Sadie Eberz, age 25, resident of Sioux Center, maiden name Sadie Boeyink, born in Holland, parents Jan Willem Boeyink and Berendina Oonk, second marriage; married in Sioux Center December 6, 1894.
WieWasWie.nl has a birth index entry for Gesiena Boeijink, parents Jan Willem Boeijink (42), a farmer, and Berendina Gesiena Oonk, born 9 Aug 1869 in Woold, Gelderland.
The 1900 U.S. census has John Heideman, age 45, born Aug. 1859, married 5 years, born in New York, parents born in Holland, a house painter; wife Sadie (35), born Aug. 1869 in Holland, mother of 4 children, 3 living; daughters Johanna (3, born June 1896) and Berdette (2, born Apr 1898); and John's step-daughter Winnie Eberz (8, born July 1891).
The 1910 U.S. census shows the family in Sioux Center, with widow Sadie (age 40) the mother of 7 children, 6 living, immigrated in 1882, a dressmaker in her own home; children Johanna (13), Berdette (11), Jenette (7), Gertrude (5), and John (2).
The 1915 Iowa state census has a card for Sadie Heideman, age 45, widowed, born in the Netherlands, 33 years in the U.S. and 28 years in Iowa, resident of Sioux Center, a seamstress, earned $500 in 1914, owned a home worth $1600 with no mortgage, affiliated with the Reformed Church. There are also cards for Burdette (16) a high school student; Gertrude (10); Jennette (12); Johanna (18), a school teacher, 4 years of high school, earned $240 in 1914; and Johnnie (7), all residents of Sioux Center.
In 1920 she and her children Joan, Berdet, Gertrude, and John still live in Sioux Center; she has no occupation; Joan and Berdet are country school teachers. In 1930 she (age 60) lives in Glendale, California, immigrated in 1881, naturalized, no occupation; with Joanna (32), a public school teacher, Burdette (30), no occupation, and John (22), a laborer in a creamery.
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