Martha Strate (Wilson)

3 Jan 1894 - 17 May 1936

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3 Jan 1894 - 17 May 1936
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MARTHA WILSON STRATE Written by: her daughter Beth W. Strate Foggin Martha, the seventh child of Thomas John and Mary Emerine Leavitt Wilson was born on a cold January 3rd, 1894 morning in Cardston, Alberta. Mother spent her childhood days and young life in the Leavitt district where her parents hom
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Martha Strate (Wilson)

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Leavitt Cemetery

Range Road 265
Leavitt, Cardston, Alberta
Canada
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August 2, 2012
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Martha Wilson Strate

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MARTHA WILSON STRATE Written by: her daughter Beth W. Strate Foggin Martha, the seventh child of Thomas John and Mary Emerine Leavitt Wilson was born on a cold January 3rd, 1894 morning in Cardston, Alberta. Mother spent her childhood days and young life in the Leavitt district where her parents homesteaded. She received her education in the Leavitt school. Mother was a very nervous person. She had St. Vitus Dance when she was about 12 to 16 years old, she couldn’t sit in church or school too long, she would have to go home. On September 11, 1916 she married her school day sweetheart, Carlos Albert Strate of Mountain View, Alberta, in Cardston, Alberta. Carlos homesteaded in the Del Bonita lease district in 1912. After they were married they went to the lease in a wagon. Their first night was spent at their neighbors’ Mr.& Mrs. John Herron, where they slept in a granary. They had a two room house which they moved into the following day. Mother was a very small person, about 5 feet one inch and never weighed over 125 pounds. She had brunette hair with very beautiful clear skin and blue eyes. Her hair was very thick and long, she could sit on it. She wore it braided and put in a bun on her head. When the short hair styles came in she had her hair cut which displeased Dad very much. This relieved Mother’s headaches which she had had for many years. It took the weight off her head. Just a while after Mother and Dad were married Mother made soup for dinner, Dad being a bachelor for four years, picked up his dish and began drinking from it. Mother pushed the dish into his face. Soup went all over him, he laughed about it, but this cured him from drinking out of his dish. Unto this marriage four children were born, Beth on May 12, 1918, Lila & Lyle born November 5, 1921, and Fredrick Carl on June 25, 1924. Lyle passed away in 1923 at the age of two from quinsy. Mother suffered very much from a toothache one winter. She told Dad he just had to pull it. Dad disinfected his pliers. Mother sat on a chair, held on to the seat and Dad went to work. He had quite a time getting it out. Lo and behold he pulled the wrong tooth. She sat there and demanded him to pull the right one. Living so far from town, about 30 miles to a dentist by sleigh was just too far to go with little children. This is just one example that happened to the pioneers living on the lease. Mother was a good cook, when they had anything to cook. She always said they had meat in the winter and eggs in the summer. She made the best jelly rolls with wild fruit. Gooseberry jam and Chokecherry jelly and we always had lots of Saskatoon berries for fruit. Her chocolate cakes were just out of this world. She always made a three layer cake with lots of icing between each layer and all over the tops and sides. Mother was always faithful to her church. She went in a buggy or horseback many miles to attend. She was secretary for Relief Society and a councilor in Primary. Mother received her endowment in the Cardston Temple on November 15, 1934. Mother was very busy at all times, sewing and making things to make her family comfortable. One fall she and her neighbor Mrs. Retta Talbot made 9 quilts. Making patchwork tops, washing and cording the wool, and many stitches went into these quilts. She and Retta also made cheese together. Cheese was always made in the months of Sept. and October. They made these cheeses for their own use and also sold some to help out with the groceries. Mother was in the Cardston Municipal Hospital with dropsy when she passed away on May 17, 1936 at the age of 42. She is buried in the Leavitt cemetery.

Martha Wilson Strate

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MARTHA WILSON STRATE Written by: her daughter Beth W. Strate Foggin Martha, the seventh child of Thomas John and Mary Emerine Leavitt Wilson was born on a cold January 3rd, 1894 morning in Cardston, Alberta. Mother spent her childhood days and young life in the Leavitt district where her parents homesteaded. She received her education in the Leavitt school. Mother was a very nervous person. She had St. Vitus Dance when she was about 12 to 16 years old, she couldn’t sit in church or school too long, she would have to go home. On September 11, 1916 she married her school day sweetheart, Carlos Albert Strate of Mountain View, Alberta, in Cardston, Alberta. Carlos homesteaded in the Del Bonita lease district in 1912. After they were married they went to the lease in a wagon. Their first night was spent at their neighbors’ Mr.& Mrs. John Herron, where they slept in a granary. They had a two room house which they moved into the following day. Mother was a very small person, about 5 feet one inch and never weighed over 125 pounds. She had brunette hair with very beautiful clear skin and blue eyes. Her hair was very thick and long, she could sit on it. She wore it braided and put in a bun on her head. When the short hair styles came in she had her hair cut which displeased Dad very much. This relieved Mother’s headaches which she had had for many years. It took the weight off her head. Just a while after Mother and Dad were married Mother made soup for dinner, Dad being a bachelor for four years, picked up his dish and began drinking from it. Mother pushed the dish into his face. Soup went all over him, he laughed about it, but this cured him from drinking out of his dish. Unto this marriage four children were born, Beth on May 12, 1918, Lila & Lyle born November 5, 1921, and Fredrick Carl on June 25, 1924. Lyle passed away in 1923 at the age of two from quinsy. Mother suffered very much from a toothache one winter. She told Dad he just had to pull it. Dad disinfected his pliers. Mother sat on a chair, held on to the seat and Dad went to work. He had quite a time getting it out. Lo and behold he pulled the wrong tooth. She sat there and demanded him to pull the right one. Living so far from town, about 30 miles to a dentist by sleigh was just too far to go with little children. This is just one example that happened to the pioneers living on the lease. Mother was a good cook, when they had anything to cook. She always said they had meat in the winter and eggs in the summer. She made the best jelly rolls with wild fruit. Gooseberry jam and Chokecherry jelly and we always had lots of Saskatoon berries for fruit. Her chocolate cakes were just out of this world. She always made a three layer cake with lots of icing between each layer and all over the tops and sides. Mother was always faithful to her church. She went in a buggy or horseback many miles to attend. She was secretary for Relief Society and a councilor in Primary. Mother received her endowment in the Cardston Temple on November 15, 1934. Mother was very busy at all times, sewing and making things to make her family comfortable. One fall she and her neighbor Mrs. Retta Talbot made 9 quilts. Making patchwork tops, washing and cording the wool, and many stitches went into these quilts. She and Retta also made cheese together. Cheese was always made in the months of Sept. and October. They made these cheeses for their own use and also sold some to help out with the groceries. Mother was in the Cardston Municipal Hospital with dropsy when she passed away on May 17, 1936 at the age of 42. She is buried in the Leavitt cemetery.

Časová osa života osoby Martha Strate (Wilson)

1894
Martha Strate (Wilson) se narodil(a) na 3 Jan 1894
Martha Strate (Wilson) bylo 15 let, když Ford puts the Model T car on the market at a price of US$825. Ford Motor Company is an American multinational automaker headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. It was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903. The company sells automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand and most luxury cars under the Lincoln brand. Ford also owns Brazilian SUV manufacturer Troller, an 8% stake in Aston Martin of the United Kingdom, and a 49% stake in Jiangling Motors of China. It also has joint-ventures in China, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Russia. The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and is controlled by the Ford family; they have minority ownership but the majority of the voting power.
Martha Strate (Wilson) bylo 20 let, když Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, were assassinated by a Yugoslav nationalist named Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, sparking the outbreak of World War I. Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria-Este was a member of the imperial Habsburg dynasty, and from 1896 until his death the heir presumptive (Thronfolger) to the Austro-Hungarian throne. His assassination in Sarajevo precipitated Austria-Hungary's declaration of war against Serbia, which in turn triggered a series of events that resulted in Austria-Hungary's allies and Serbia's declaring war on each other, starting World War I.
Martha Strate (Wilson) bylo 27 let, když The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified, guaranteeing women's suffrage in America. The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits the states and the federal government from denying the right to vote to citizens of the United States on the basis of sex. It was adopted on August 18, 1920.
Martha Strate (Wilson) zemřel na 17 May 1936 ve věku 42
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