52 Ancestors II, Week 61: Anna Julia Phillips and Harry R Woodley
Anna Julia (Annie) Phillips was born Jul 1852 in Belmont County Ohio (near Wheeling West Virginia), the youngest and 9th child of John Phillips and Julianne Pennington Phillips.
After 1860, the Phillips family moved to Kansas City, Missouri.
At age 16 (almost 17), Annie married Harry R (HR) Woodley (22) on 5 May 1869 in Kansas City, MO. Harry was born Mar 1847 in Canada. He was the son of John and Louisa Woodley.
On 15 Jun 1870, Annie and HR were living with her parents: John and Julianne Phillips. HR is a lightning rod agent.
Only two months later, on 23 Aug 1870, Annie and HR were living with HIS parents: John and Louisa Woodley.
In 1875 they moved to Chicago.
In 1877, HR was a printer and they were living at 112 Chicago Ave.
On 9 Jun 1880, they were living at 834 Congress St and HR was a printer
In September 1881, their daughter Maud was born.
In 1888, HR was a printer at 155 W Washington and they were living at 448 Irving Ave.
In 1889 HR was a clerk at 182 Monroe, and they were still living at 448 Irving Ave.
The 11 Jun 1900 census says that Annie had 2 children and they are both living. HR is a printer, and they were all still living at 448 Irving Ave.
HR must have died between 1900 and 1910
15 Apr 1910, Annie was living with her daughter, son-in-law and infant grandson in Chicago at 854 Wilson Ave.
In 12 Jan 1920, Annie is still living with Maud and son Frank (but Maud is a widow as well) at 4859 Kenmore Ave in Chicago.