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Kinnick 2003 Genealogy Book

Prepared as Part of The Kinnick Project,
from the works of hundreds of people by
Compiler, William L. (Bill) Smith


Nancy and John Andrew Front Page

Amanda Owens (b. 7 Mar 1853, Martin Co, IN; d. 1946, Kalispell, MT) married Harvey Hedrix on 8 Mar 1870, in Mill Grove, Mercer Co, Missouri.

Amanda and Harvey move to Kentucky, then later to Topeka, KS. They had 2 children, a daughter, Rosa, who died at 2 1/2, and a son, William (called Willie). William married, and he and his wife had a son, Ernest Franklin Hedrix, but William deserted them, and his wife left the baby with Amanda and Harvey to raise. After Harvey died in 1903, Amanda and Ernest moved home to live with her mother, Nancy Kinnick Owens. In 1910, Amanda moved to Harlem, Montana, to live with her sister (Jane) and her husband, Tom Hendrickson, and lived with them until she died in 1946 in Kalispell, Montana.*

Amanda Hedrix was shown living alone in her house in Kalispell, Montana, in the 1920 census.

Her mother, Nancy, lived and died in Mercer Co, MO,of course.

* This paragraph based on information provided by Sandy Neil, over several years, from her research and family sources.

Children of Amanda and Harvey Hedrix:

1. Rosa Hedrix

2. William (Williw) Franklin Hedrix married Etta Stowell

Willie and Etta had a son, Ernest Franklin Hedrix (as noted above).

Willie and his wife separated, and moved away. His whereabouts were not known.*

William Franklin Hedrix was a barber.





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