|Helen A. Turner
According to the 1930 census, she & Ernest Edward lived on Magnolia Ave., Chicago, IL.
Noted events in her life were:
• Alt. Name: Helen Naomi Turner. 286
• Alt. Birth, Abt 1877. 262
• Residence, Jun 1880, 3745 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, Cook, IL. 25 Living here are Thomas M. Turner, head, Carrie K., wife, Lyle J., age 13, Helen, age 12, and Thomas, age 8.
• Residence, 14 Jun 1900, 3601 Ellis Park, Chicago, Cook, IL. 34 In 1900, Helen was already married to Ernest Greathead, but in this census, she's living with her mother under her maiden name. Also living here are 2 brothers. Ernest is living elsewhere as a boarder.
• Residence, 16 Apr 1910, 4609 Michigan Ave., Chicago, Cook, IL. 13 Living here are Carrie K. "Yuener" (Turner), her son Thomas, Helen Greathead (her daughter), and Helen's husband Earnest Greathead.
• Residence, 6 Jan 1920, 925 Leland, Chicago, Cook, IL. 14 Living here are Joseph Hodek's family, Ernest E. as head, his wife Helen, and Helen's mother, Carrie K.
• Residence, 3 Apr 1930, 4834 Magnolia Ave., Chicago, Cook, IL. 3 Living here were Ernest E. Greathead, head and his wife Helen T. plus the Olson family of five.
Helen married Ernest Edward Greathead, son of Arthur William Greathead and Rachel Sands, on 20 Oct 1897 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 285.,286 (Ernest Edward Greathead was born on 24 Feb 1864 in Barnstable, Devon, England 13,73,287 and died on 9 Sep 1957 in Oakland, CA 73,262.)
The following is an excerpt from a Chicago Tribune article about why people were going to Milwaukee to get married. The article appeared in 1894. "The Whaleback is responsible for these cheap marriages. It costs $2 for a license in Chicago, while no licenses are required here. The $2 will pay for a wedding trip on the Whaleback. The Chicago young man who wants to get married can do so by coming to Milwaukee. The expenses are: