Alice Mae Turner was born in Maryland in 1874. She met her husband Henry Charles Ulrich in the Washington DC area. They were married in 1896 at Trinity Parish Hall in Washington. They had 7 children that lived to be adults. Her husband committed suicide in 1910 and the family had to be put into a "home" in the Washington DC area. The children lived in the home for years, they were educated, fed, clothed and sheltered. She moved to California in the 1920s and lived in the city of Bell with her daughter Katherine and Katherine's husband Bernard. She is buried in Inglewood Park Cemetry in lot 185. William Henry Ulrich is in lot 224, Gerald Arthur Ulrich is in Aisle Faith in the Mausoleum of the Golden West (2nd aisle as you enter). John Edward Ulrich and Grace Mason Ulrich are in plot B105 in Reverence Aisle at the end of Meditation. Katherine Stringer will be buried in lot 338 grave E. Julia Etta Jonach and her daughter Jeannette are in lot 190, 191, 168 or 167 close to a tree, near Alice who is under a tree. William is near here also as is Jerry. They are in Sycamore Plot, Katherine is in Acacia Slope Plot.
US Census 1920; Vol 13 ED 201 sht 4 line 69; Roll 208 Address is 1741 8th NW, Washington DC. Alice (43) is head of household and is listed as being a wrapper in a bakery..Her mother and father were from MD. It lists Jerry A as being a chauffer-private family (24) and his wife is Ella M. who was born in Connecticut (24). John E is (17) listed as being a machinist in the Navy Yard. Marion F (15) is a saleslady in a clothing store. Carl F is 12 and it states that their father was born in Hannover, Germany.