|Edward M. WELLMAN
Edward M. WELLMAN 2705
According to the 1910 census, his parents were born in Connecticut. The family had a servant living with them in 1910: Edith Gillespie servant FW29S NE, IA, MO
Noted events in his life were:
• Residence, 1910, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 2705 at 2110 South 33 Street.
• Occupation, 1910, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 2705 where he was an attorney.
• Residence, 1920, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 2706 at 2110 South 23 Street.
• Occupation, 1920, Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA. 2706 where he was an attorney for a collection agency.
• Obituary, 1 Sep 1922, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA. 4061 GRAND MASTER OF MASONS IS CALLED, Edward M. Wellman of Dies Suddenly in Omaha Hospital, Elected to Head of Order In Nebraska Last June -- OMAHA, Neb., Sept 1-Edward W.[sic] Wellman, 52 who was elected grand master of the Nebraska Grand lodge A. F. and A. M. last June, died Thursday afternoon at Paxton Memorial hospital following an illness of only three days. Mr. Wellman was strickened soon after his return from Lake Koronis, Paynesville, Minn., Saturday, where he and his family and the family of Robert Trimble spend their vacations. Death was due to appendicitis and complications of other internal trouble, according to attending physicians. Yesterday morning he was operated on but he failed to rally and members of his family were summoned to his bedside. Several years ago he was master of Nebraska lodge No. 1 of Omaha. He was an attorney with offices at 1547 Omaha National bank building and during the last twenty-five years has been primarily in Masonary, having taken both the Scottish Rite and York Rite work. He was also a Shriner. He was a member of the Happy Hollow Country club and of the University Club. Mr. Wellman is survived by the widow and three children, Mrs. Gene Vaughn, who resides at the family residence, 2110 South Thirty-third street, and Edward, Jr. 15 and Phillip 21. Phillip is a student at the University of Nebraska while Edward attends high school. Mrs. Wellman was formerly Ida Cook of Scotia, Neb.