LEE MISSION CEMETERY BURIALS
Compiled 1996 by Stephenie Flora, Sherrill Hochspeier
and Jean Custer
Updates are made on a continuous basis by Stephenie Flora
1) A single rose beside a burial listing indicates an unmarked grave. If you find that your family member is unmarked and you wish to place a marker, please contact the Lee Mission Cemetery Board to discuss your options and to notify them of your intent.
2) A box with an "R" in it preceding a burial listing indicates a reserved plot
3) The number to the right of the death date is the burial plot number and can be used in the plot search option to find out who is buried in adjoining plots. An N/A in the plot location indicates that although the individual is known to have been buried in the cemetery, the exact location is not known at this time. All additions and corrections are appreciated and can be sent to email@example.com.
Burial Listing for surnames beginning with - A -
d. 1912 OLD-191-S1/2
d. Reserved RA-09-21
ABER, Eleanor Richter
b. 02 Sep 1885
d. 06 Sep 1965 D-21-01-06
"Late resident of 575 21st St. SE, died Sept. 6, 1965, in a local nursing home. Born Sept. 2, 1885, in Salem. Survived by a cousin, Velma Hindman, Salem, and a nephew, Carl T. Richter, Tahoe Keys, Tahoe Valley, Calif. Services will be Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 3:30 p.m. at W.T. Rigdon Mortuary. Rev. William O. Walker officiating." OS Sep 8, 1965 17:1
1910 Eleanor Richter private nurse in Portland, OR; 1930 living in Seattle, WA with husband, James F. Aber
b. 07 Sep 1897
d. 07 Mar 1907 OLD 110-07
"Abram-At the family home on Twenty-first street, in this city, Thursday, March 7, 1907, Herman Abram, aged 9 years, 7 months and 1 day.
Herman was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Abram, and was a bright boy and loved by his companions. The arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made." DOS Mar 8, 1907 6:3
s/o William and Louise (Perwitz) Abraham; b. WI; resided 245 S. 21st St, Salem, OR; died of possible Typhoid fever; had 8 siblings; father died in Centralia, WA Feb 1926
ACIENTO, Twin Boys
b. 13 Aug 1949
d. 13 Aug 1949 C-43-01-13
Interment Record #1655
"Infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Antero Acerierto, Salem route 2, August 13. Private services were held Monday under direction of the Howell-Edwards chapel." OS Aug 16, 1949 10:2
s/o Antero & Imogene (Finsley) Aciento
ACKERMAN, Elizabeth C. [Woodward]
b. 29 Jan 1842 PA
d. 18 Nov 1924 A-33-03-07
wife of Walter Green Ackerman
"Ackerman--Eliza W. Ackerman died at her home, 1983 Center street, Nov. 18. Survived by two daughters, Blanch B. Burns of Chicago and Flora W. Burns of Los Angeles, and one sister, Katherine, of this city. She was a member of the Eastern Star and the Women's Relief corps. The remains are in care of the Terwilliger home. Funeral announcement to be made later." OS Nov 19, 1924 5:3
m1. Thomas W. Burns; m2. Walter Green Ackerman
Elizabeth's first husband was Thomas W Burns . They lived in Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois where daughters Blanche and Flora were born. Her sister's name was Katherine Medary who also died in Marion, Oregon Dec. 10,1929.[per findagrave researcher Devon Blean]
ACKERMAN, Walter Green
b. 02 Feb 1852
d. 04 Nov 1924 A-33-03-08
"Veteran Printer Called By Death--Walter G. Ackerman, 73, Dies Tuesday Morning; Funeral Thursday--Funeral services for Walter Green Ackerman, 73, veteran state printer, will be held from the Terwilliger funeral home at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon with Rev. Blaine E. Kirkpatrick officiating. Mr. Ackerman died at his home here early Tuesday morning.
Mr. Ackerman had been employed at the state printing department for a great many years, working under the late W.S. Duniway prior to the department being taken over by the state in 1913. He was a member of Salem lodge No. 4 AF&AM, El Karaz Grotto, and a past sachem of the IORM.
He is survived by his widow Mrs. Lydia Ackerman and one sister, Mrs. Jennie Thatcher of Ashland." OS Nov 5, 1924 5:5
m1. Lydia Dowe Butterfield; 1910 was shown in the census as widower; m2. Elizabeth (Woodward) Burns
Walter Green Ackerman's first wife was Libbie Dowe Butterfield whom he married March 31, 1872, St. Charles, Winona, Minnesota. Libbie Ackerman died March 10, 1906, in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington. She is buried in Tacoma Cemetery. Her Find A Grave memorial is #85148199 [per findagrave researcher Devon Blean]
ACKERSON, Katherine May "Katie" (Tabler)
b. 21 Dec 1874
d. 06 Jun 1933 A-37-04-03
"Mrs. Katie May Ackerson at the residence on route 1, Rickreall, Tuesday, aged 59 years. Survived by daughters, Mrs. E. Wiedman of Yachats, Ore., Miss Alma Ackerson of Rickreall; sons, John Garinger of Hood River, Calvin Garinger of Milwaukee, Ore., Fred Garinger of Rickreall. Funeral services from the chapel of the Clough-Barrick company, Friday, June 9, at 1:30 p.m. with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 7, 1933 3:3
on marker w/Sylvester G. Ackerson; Katherine May "Katie" Tabler; m1. c 1891 William Garinger (d. 1897); m2. c1902 Sylvester Garrett Ackerson; 1900 living in Osborne Co, KS as widow with 3 sons; 1910 living in Lincoln Co, OR as wife of Sylvester Ackerson; shown as mother of 5 children, 4 living
ACKERSON, Sylvester Garrett
b. 24 Apr 1859
d. 16 Feb 1926 A-37-04-04
"Ackerson--Sylvester Garrett Ackerson, died at 1809 Waller street on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at the age of 67 years. He is survived by his wife, Katie May Ackerson and six children, Mrs. Ora Wiedmer of Yachats, Or., Alma of Salem, and two daughters and two sons in the east. Three step-sons, John J. Grainger of Eugene, Calvin of Estacada and Fred, Salem also survive him. Funeral services will be held from the Terwilliger funeral home Friday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. R.L. Putnam officiating." CJ Feb 17, 1926 9:8
on marker w/Katie M. Ackerson; m1. c1896 Emma A. Brown; m2. c1902 Katherine May (Tabler) Garinger; 1880 living in Johnson Co, NE with wife, Emma; 1910 living in Lincoln Co, OR with wife, Katie M., 3 stepsons and 1 dau
ADAIR, Elpha Indie
b. 15 Jul 1869
d. 12 Nov 1876 OLD 150-02
7y 3m 27d
dau of L.G. & S.E. Adair
By thy hands, the boon was given
Thous hast taken but thine plan
Lord of Earth and God of Heaven
Evermore--Thy will be done
"Adair--In this city, November 12, 1876, of Diptheria, Elpha India, aged 7 years, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Adair."
DOS Nov 14, 1876 3:3
Two markers for Elpha Indie Adair. One separate and one with parents Luther G. & Sarah E. Adair; 1870 enumberated in Wayne Co, IN with parents, age 1, b. OH
ADAIR, Luther G.
b. 23 Oct 1840
d. 24 Oct 1909 OLD 150-03
"Former Salemite Dies At Eugene--L.G. Adair For Thirty Years Held Responsible Position With S.P.--L.G. Adair, for 30 years station agent for the S.P. at Eugene, died in that city Sunday and will be buried in Lee Mission cemetery today after the arrival of the 3:15 train this afternoon. During the `70s he resided in Salem, his wife being school teacher at that time. Mr. Adair was an uncle of the Misses Welch, Frank, William and Arthur, and of Mrs. C.M. Lockwood. He leaves a brother, W.H. Adair, of McMinnville, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. E.T. Adair, matron of the Willamette sanitarium in this city.
He was born October 23, 1839 in Clinton county, Indiana. For 30 years he has filled the position of agent at Eugene, being on the retired list for the past two years. He was possessed of an excellent voice and always responded to requests to sing, being identified with the Presbyterian church choir at Eugene. He was a member of the Eastern Star, a Mason and a member of the I.O.O.F., the latter order having charge of the services assisted by Rev. P.S. Knight, and Mrs. W. Carlton Smith will sing.
The services will be at the grave, the party going directly from the train to the cemetery." DOS 26 Oct 1909 6:1-2
on marker w/Sarah E. & Elpha I. Adair; 1870 living with wife and child in Dublin, Wayne Co, IN; was a RR agent; 1880 living in Eugene, Lane Co, OR with wife; he was a RR agent and she was a teacher
ADAIR, M. Emma
b. 10 Feb 1852
d. 17 Aug 1880 OLD 150-01
ADAIR, Sarah E. (Clausen)
d. 28 Jan 1911 OLD 150-04
"Mrs. Sarah C. Adair Dies in Florida--Mrs. Sarah Clausen Adair, formerly of Salem, but recently of Eugene, died at St. Petersburg, Florida, January 29, aged 73 years. She left Eugene last fall to spend the winter with relatives in Florida and was with them when the end came. She was the widow of L.G. Adair who died about two years ago and who is buried in the Lee Mission cemetery here. They resided here for some time and here Mrs. Adair was employed as a teacher in the Central school some 30 years ago. Mr. Adair was station agent at Eugene for nearly 30 years, that city being their home during all that time. She was the sister-in-law of Mrs. E.I. Adair, of this city, and the aunt of Mrs. C.M. Lockwood, Mrs. C.D. McCoy, the Misses Welch, Frank, W.H., and Arthur Welch. The body will be brought here and buried by the side of her husband." DCJ Jan 31, 1911 8:6
on marker w/Luther G. & Elpha I. Adair; 1870 living with husband and child in Dublin, Wayne Co, IN, he was a RR agent and she was keeping house; 1880 living in Eugene, Lane Co, OR with husband; he was a RR agent and she was a teacher
ADAMS, David D.
d. 15 Mar 1926 OLD-211-08
single; 74 yrs old; s/o E. and Elizabeth (Palmer) Adams; occupation-barber; died of cerebral arterio-sclerosis at OSH
d. 20 Mar 1916 D-03-04-06
"Adams--At the home of Mrs. John J. Ashby, 704 North Cottage street, Monday, March 20, 1916, at 3 o'clock a.m., Grueb Adams, aged 53 years.
He is survived by his widow. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock this morning from the chapel of Webb & Clough. Rev. Mr. McInturff will officiate and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 21, 1916 5:4
b. 26 Feb 1908
d. 26 Feb 1908 OLD 146-13
s/o W.P. Adams & M. (Simons) Adams; 23rd and Lee St., Salem, OR; buried at Lee Mission 27 Feb 1908
ADAMS, Joseph O. Lieut
b. 27 May 1837
d. 06 Mar 1918 A-36-02-01
Lieut Co G. 1 WVA Inf second marker
"Adams--At the Salem hospital, Wednesday, March 6, 1918, J.O. Adams, 80 years old.
Besides his widow he leaves three children. They are Mrs. C.D. Ross and Mrs. A. Martin of Salem, and J. Walter Adams of Traverse City, Michigan.
The funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock today from the family home, 2290 Kansas avenue. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery, under the auspices of Webb & Clough." OS Mar 7, 1918 5:3
s/o James & Jane (Orr) Adams; m'd Susan H. Copeland; 1880 living in Tuscola Co, MI with wife and 3 children; 1910 living in Marion Co, OR at home of daughter, Etta Lara (Adams) Ross
ADAMS, Robert J.
d. Reserved RC-46-10
d. Reserved RC-46-11
ADAMS, Susan H.
b. 25 Sep 1839
d. 24 Apr 1932 A-36-02-02
"At the residence of her daughter, 425 Kearney street, April 24, Susan H. Adams, mother of Mrs. Florence Martin and Mrs. C.D. Ross, both of Salem and J. Walter Adams of Yoncalla, and sister of Mrs. Mary E. Anderson of Ohio. Also survived by seven grand-children and three great-grandchildren. Native of Ohio, aged 92 years 6 months 29 days. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service from the Terwilliger Funeral Home, 770 Chemeketa street, 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 26. Mr. W.W. Rosebrugh officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 26, 1932 5:4 d/o Joshua & Matilda (Fife) Copeland;m'd Joseph O. Adams; 1880 living in Tuscola Co, MI with husband and 3 children; 1910 living in Marion Co, OR at home of daughter, Etta Lara (Adams) Ross; listed as mother of 5 children-4 living
ADAMS, William I.
d. 19 Sep 1924 N/A
b. 20 Jan 1865
d. 19 Jun 1913 A-35-03-01
"Aegerter--Miss Marietta Bradley Aegerter, in Tacoma, June 19, aged 49 years.
The remains will be sent to this city this evening and the funeral will be held at the Rigdon & Richardson undertaking parlors Monday morning at 10 o'clock. The burial will take place at Lee Mission cemetery. Mrs. Aegerter was the daughter of W.C. Barker of 1209 Ferry street. She leaves a husband." OS Jun 22, 1913 4:6
AGEE, Charles C.
b. 16 Feb 1916
d. 10 Feb 2001 RA-11-04
"Charles Agee, 84, of Salem died Saturday.
He was born in Platte, Mo., and served in the Army during World War II. He moved to Salem in 1945. He was a union carpenter constructing highway bridges and commercial construction. He was a member of the union and enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and bird watching.
Survivors include his wife, Helen, whom he married in 1945; daughter, Billie Shores of Kailua, Hawaii; brother, Hughy of Coos Bay; sisters, Dorothy Palmer of Cortez, Colo., Geneva Wilden of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and three grandchildren.
Visiting will be noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday and 10 a.m. to noon Thursday at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the mortuary. Private interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Online
b. 03 Feb 1920
d. Reserved RA-11-03
AGUILAR, Maria Salud
b. 24 Mar 1952
d. 04 Jan 1993 RA-09-07
"Keizer--Maria Salud Aguilar, 40, died Monday in Seattle. A native of Mexico, she worked in a tortilla factory in Salem. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
She is survived by son, Jesus Oseguera Jr.; daughters, Miricruz Osequera of Mexico and Elsa Rubi of Keizer; brother, Lodeguarion Aguilar of Mexico; sisters, Antonia and Natividad Aguilar, both of Mexico; and two grandchildren.
Visiting will be from noon to 8 p.m. today with rosary immediately following, both in Keizer mortuary.
Mass will begin at 10 a.m. Friday in the church. Vault interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ Jan 7, 1993 3B:6 (w/photo)
b. 02 Mar 1830
d. 22 Apr 1911 N/A
"At the residence of John Koenecke, 1330 North Nineteenth street, April 21, 1911, Benjamin Aldridge, aged 81 years, 1 month and 9 days.
The remains are at the Cottage undertaking parlors, where the funeral will be held Monday, April 24, at 3 p.m. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 23, 1911 5:6
b. 18 Apr 1878 Obendach, Baden, Germany
d. 07 Apr 1950 Marion Co, OR A-28-01-02
d/o Frederich and Katarine (Maurer) Westrich
m1. 19 Jun 1897 Charles Wilmot (1875-1926); m2. aft 1926 Samuel C. Alexander
"Anna Alexander, at the residence at 1105 Ruge st., April 7, at the age of 71 years. Survived by husband, Sam C. Alexander of Salem; children, Mrs. Roy McCormick, Coquille, Mrs. Alice Wright, Salem, Frank Wilmot, McMinnville, and Thomas and Leonard Wilmot, both of Longview, Wash.; step-children, Mrs. Marie J. Simonton, Monmouth, Charles V. Alexander, Pendleton, and A.A. Alexander, Berkeley, Calif.; also by 13 grandchildren and 8 great-grand-children. Announcement of services later by Howell-Edwards chapel."
OS Apr 8, 1950 11:3
d. 07 Jul 1927 N/A
"Alexander--At a local hospital July 7, Mrs. Elma Alexander, age 37. Survived by her husband, V.G. Alexander, two children, Crystal and Floyd Alexander, all of Salem, and her father O.P. Brookbank, Brownsville. Funeral services from the Webb chapel Saturday morning, 10 o'clock." CJ Jul 7, 1927 9:8
ALEXANDER, Helen Marie
b. 14 Mar 1924
d. 11 Apr 1924 OLD 100-09
"Alexander--Helen Marie Alexander died at the home of her parents, 2509 Broadway, April 11, age 27 days, survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Alexander, one sister, Crystal, and one brother, all of Salem. Services were held at the residence today at 3:30 p.m. Interment to in Lee Mission cemetery. Webb funeral parlors in charge of arrangements." OS Apr 12, 1924 9:6
d/o Vern & Alma (Brookbank) Alexander
ALEXANDER, Ralph A.
b. 11 Apr 1914
d. 13 Oct 1914 OLD 117-12
s/o A.M. & Alice (Hill) Alexander; died at age 6m2d from heart trouble which he had since birth
ALEXANDER, Samuel C.
b. 03 Dec 1877
d. 06 May 1960 A-28-01-02
"At a Salem hospital Sunday, May 8, at the age of 82. Late resident of 525 McNary Ave NW, Salem. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Vern Simonton, Bend, Ore., sons, Arlet Alexander, Berkeley, Calif., Charles Alexander, Pendleton, 2 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild also survives. Services will be held Tuesday, May 10th at 1:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Howell-Edwards Funeral Home. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS May 10, 1960 5:1
1910 living in Oak Grove, Clackamas Co, OR with wife and 2 children, working as a house carpenter
ALEXANDER, Vernon George
b. Nov 1884
d. 13 Jan 1960 C-44-02-06
Interment Record #1991; states he was buried in Block 44 grave 6 but does not give lot number. He has been listed in Lot #2 until his actual location can be verified.
"At a local hospital January 13th. Late resident of Portland, Oregon. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Crystal Wells, Jefferson; sons, Merle V. Aronson, Beaver, Ore., Floyd L. Alaxander, Portland; brothers, William Alaxander, and Ross Alaxander, both of Oceanlake, Ore. Five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews also survive. Services will be held Saturday, January 16th at 10:00 a.m. in the Chapel of the Virgil T. Golden Co. Interment, Jason Lee Cemetery, Rev. H.E. Widmer will officiate." OS Jan 15, 1960 5:1
s/o George and Louise Alexander; 1900 living in St. Croix, WI with parents and siblings; 1930 living in Jefferson, Marion Co, OR working as a service station operator
ALFORD, Missouri Evelyn [Orpurd]
b. 08 Dec 1859
d. 08 Nov 1942 D-04-03-03B
d/o Calvin & Eliza (Newcook) Orpurd
"Evelyn Alford, 82, at her home, route six, Salem, Sunday, November 8. Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Edell Rhodes; two sisters, Mrs. Florence Woodhouse, Mrs. A.F. Snider, both of Fresno; one brother, Fletcher Orpurd of Cottage Grove. Services will be held from the Terwilliger-Edwards chapel, Tuesday at 2 p.m., Rev. C.C. Best will officiate, with interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Nov 1, 1942 5:1
[Letter from Pamela Alford Thompson, http://www.alfordassociation.org/ states: A biography of Missouri's brother, Luther Fletcher "Orpurd" published in The Centennial History of Oregon, 1811-1912 page 369, says Luther was the son of "Calvin and Eliza (Newkirk-sic) Orpurd" and that Calvin and Eliza had five children, one being "Missouri, the wife of Frank Alford, of Salem, Oregon."
ALFORD, Franklin B.
d. 15 Oct 1938 D-04-03-03A
"Frank Alford, passed away October 15 at the residence on route six at the age of 75 years. Survived by widow, Evelyn; two daughters, Mrs. William Rowland and Edith Rhodes, both of Salem route six. Services will be held Monday, October 17, at 2 p.m. from the chapel of the Terwilliger Funeral home with interment at Lee Mission cemetery. Brother Fields will officiate at services conducted by Jehovah's Witnesses." OS Oct 16, 1938 5:2
ALFORD, Jennie Johnson
See: JOHNSON, Jennie V.
d. ca 1890's OLD-205-04
child of Wiley B. Allen per Record of Interment #183
ALLEN, John Henry
d. 22 Oct 1959 RA-32-05
"Late resident of 2210 Lansing Ave., Salem, in this city, October 22nd, at the age of 80 years. Services will be held Saturday, Oct. 24th at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Interment, Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Oct 23, 1959 5:1
d. 10 Sep 1899 OLD 117-06
"Allenbach--At the family home, near Fruitland, Oregon, Sunday, September 10, 1899, August Allenbach, aged 58 years, of consumption.
Funeral services were held at the family home at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Interment was had in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 12, 1899 8:5
ALLISON, Infant dau
d. 26 Sep 1892 OLD 136-10
age 3 mo
"Allison--At the family home in Simpson addition, Monday, Sept. 26, 1892, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Allison.
The remains were buried in Lee Mission cemetery at 3 p.m. yesterday." DOS Sep 28, 1892 4:4
ALLM, Hilda Betsy
d. 19 Aug 1962 RA-48-08
"Mrs. Hilda Betsy Allm, 76, resident of this area for 48 years, died late Sunday at a local hospital. The home was at 470 Kingwood Ave. NW.
Mrs. Allm was born in Oxford, England. She lived in Kansas prior to moving here in 1914.
Surviving are the widower, Omer B. Allm, Salem; daughter, Mrs. Irene Cook, Salem; son, Jack Allm, Salem; sister, Mrs. Ethel Wenborn, in England; brothers, Harold and Norman Purbrick, both Salem; five grand-children and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday (PST) at Virgil T. Golden Chapel." OS Aug 21, 1962 I:5:2
1920 Marion Co Census shows Hilda living in the Pringle Pct with husband, Omer and children Irene and Jack R.; in the 1930 census Hilda is living in the Pringle Pct with husband, Omer and son, Jack R.
ALM, Glenn Edward
b. 18 Sep 1918
d. 07 May 1978 RA-43-04
Sgt US Army World War II
"Late resident of 2935 Jensen St. NE, Salem, Ore. Sun. May 7 in a Portland hospital. Survived by step-mother, Lillie Alm, Salem; daughter, Glennda K. Tomgenovich, Cucamonga, Cal; son, Gary Edward Alm, Las Vegas, Nev.; brothers, Benton Alm, Cal., Corbin Alm, Helena, Mont.; sisters, Alice Bronson, Missoula, Mont., Beulah Engellant, Helen Edmonds both of Great Falls, Mont., Clella Merritt, Beverly Flemming, Marlene Hahn all of Helena, Mont.; six grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Wed. May 10 at 10:30 AM in Lee Mission Cemetery. Rev. William Hoffhines officiating. Arrangements under the direction of the Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Chapel of the Gardens, 1350 Com'l SE." OS May 9, 1978 7B:3
s/o John E. Alm
ALM, John Edward
d. 30 Oct 1967 D-08-04-08
"John Edward Alm, 77, 2935 Jensen St. NE, died Monday at a Salem hospital following a long illness.
He came to Salem 15 years ago. A native of Illinois, he lived in Montana and five years in Portland before coming here.
Surviving are the widow, Lillie, Salem; daughters Mrs. Alice Bronson, Missoula, Mont., Mrs. Beulah Engellant, Mrs. Helen Edmonds, Mrs. Beverly Flemming, all Great Falls, Mont., Mrs. Leona Pillen, Mrs. Clella Merritt and Mrs. Marlene Hahn, all Helena, Mont.; sons, Corbin, Helena, Glen, Great Falls, and Benton, Hemet, Calif.; sisters Mrs. Hulda Clausen, Redfield, S.D., Mrs. Ann Travis, Hartford, S.D., and Miss Mim Alm in Minnesota; 34 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Howell-Edwards mortuary. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 1, 1967 18:7
on marker w/Lillie E. Alm; m1. Lena C. ( ); m2. Lillie Elzy (Wise) Ritacca; s/o Charles and Gustava(?) Alm; 1900 living with parents in Bureau Co, IL; 1920 and 1930 living in Geraldine, Chouteau Co, MT with wife, Lena and children
ALM, Lillie Elzy May
b. 23 Jan 1890
d. 11 Sep 1980 D-08-04-05
"Lillie Elzy May Alm, 90, of 820 Cottage St. NE died Thursday in a Salem nursing home. She was born in Doyle, Ark., and came to Salem in 1953. Surviving are several nieces and nephews.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, with private interment at Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Sep 13, 1980 2C:5
on marker w/John E. Alm; m1. Alex Ritacca; m2. John Edward Alm; m3. Jasper Daws; d/o Stanton Brown and Rebecca (Armstrong) Wise
d. 2017 RA-34-22
d. 09 Mar 1906 N/A
ANDERSON, Dylan Jacob Edward
b. 18 May 1993
d. 27 May 2011 RC-33-03
"SALEM - Dylan was born and raised in Salem, Oregon. He attended St. Joseph's elementary school, North Salem High School and was a student at Chemeketa Community College.
Dylan is survived by his parents, Kris Anderson of Kansas, Sarah Trump of Salem; paternal grandparents, Kenneth and Ginger Anderson of Salem; aunts and uncles, Scott and Lisa Ogilvie, Jay and Kelli Pinkerton of Salem; maternal grandmother, Ann Jones and several local extended family members.
Dylan was involved in city league soccer as a youth. As a teen, he could often be found playing basketball at the YMCA, or on his frequent, extended bike rides all over town. His infectious smile, goofy laugh, insatiable curiosity and amazing sense of humor will be sorely missed.
Viewing at Keizer Funeral chapel, Thursday June 2, 2011 2-5pm. A memorial mass at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Friday June 3, 2011 at 1pm. [Statesman Journal June 2, 2011]
b. 24 Dec 1849
d. 10 Oct 1892 OLD 101-01
"Andersen--At his home on East Court street, Monday, Oct. 10, 1892, Eric Andersen, aged 43 years.
Deceased was born in Norway on Christmas eve, 1849, and came to America with his parents when he was but 13 years of age. His parents are still living in Winneshiek county, Ia., and he leaves also a wife.
The funeral will be conducted from the residence, between 20th and 21st streets, this afternoon at 2:30. The interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Oct 11, 1892 4:4
d. 02 Jul 1909 N/A
Joseph Anderson died at penitentiary by being hanged for the murder of Harry Logan in Portland 24 Oct 1907. Hanging ordered by C.W. Jones. For more information regarding hanging See: DOS Jul 3, 1909 8:3 & Record of Execution--Oregon State Penitentiary
ANDERSON, Mattie Johnson
See: JOHNSON, Mattie
ANDERSON, William Gust
d. 02 Apr 1952 A-29-02-06
"William Gust Anderson, in this city April 2. Late resident of 840 N. Commercial St. Survived by wife, Mrs. Nancy Anderson of Salem; sons, Vernon Anderson of Fort Hood, Tex., Donald Anderson of Salem, Virgil Anderson of Albert Lea, Minn, and Gerald Anderson of Jamestown, N.D.; daughters, Mrs. Joyce Nelson of Eagle Creek, Mrs. Louise Wrolson, Mrs. Betty Nyman and Mrs. Esther Pagel, all of Albert Lea, and Mrs. Gloria Gunderson of Clarks Fork, Idaho; brothers, Ed Anderson of Salem, Vern Anderson of Portland and Harry Anderson of Fort Dodge, Iowa; sisters, Esther Anderson and Mrs. Ethel Jackson, both of Sioux City, Iowa, Gordon Lee of Waterville, Minn. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 7, in the W.T. Rigdon Chapel, concluding services in Lee Mission Cemetery and the Rev. Dudley Strain will officiate. Ph. 3-3173." OS Apr 6, 1952 6:4
b. 14 Jun 1948
d. 29 Jul 2009 RC-33-20
ANDREWS, Alfred S.
b. 20 Oct 1892
d. 20 Mar 1897 D-31-01-08
"Andrews--At the family home on Marion street, between Capital and Summer, at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 20, 1897, Alfred Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Andrews, aged 4 years and 5 months.
The funeral will be held at the United Evangelical church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." DOS Mar 21, 1897 5:5-6
ANDREWS, Leon Leslie
b. 23 Jan 1904
d. 16 Mar 1980 RA-28-10
m'd 17 Oct 1927
on marker w/Marie Jane Andrews
"Leon Leslie "Lee" Andrews, 76, died Sunday at his home.
He owned the Marion Electric Co. in Salem until his retirement.
Survivors include wife, Marie; sons, Leon L. Jr., San Diego, Calif., and Larry L., The Dalles; daughters Jacqueline Joy Felix and Cheri D. Andrews, both of Salem, Jerri Jean Sandiford, Venezuela; sister, Phyllis Wheeler, Evesham, England; 11 grand-children.
Private services are under direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ Mar 17, 1980 1C:5
ANDREWS, Marie Jane
b. 02 Mar 1906
d. 14 May 1993 RA-28-11
m'd 17 Oct 1927
on marker w/Lee L. Andrews
ANGLIN, Mary A.
d. 22 Nov 1924 OLD 162-05
"Anglin--At a local hospital Nov. 22, 1924, Mary A. Anglin, aged 37 years. Funeral services were held from the Terwilliger home this after-noon at 2 o'clock with committal in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 24, 1924 7:5
d/o John & Emily Pike, b. Canada, d. OSH
APPLE, Francis Marion
d. 09 Jan 1944 Salem, Oregon C-42-01-08
"Francis Marion Apple, at the residence, 534 North Winter street, January 9, at the age of 55 years. Survived by widow, Alemeda Apple of Ukiah, Calif.; daughters, Miss Pearl Apple of Riverside, Calif., Miss Marjorie and Miss Madge Apple of Upper Lake, Calif.; sons, Bert Apple of Lake City, Calif., Francis Apple of Upper Lake, Calif., Tommy Apple of the US Army; sisters, Mrs. Rose Dencer of Salem, Mrs. George Bucks of Portland, Mrs. Edward Stewart of Lakeport, Calif., Mrs. C.J. Milgate of Sacramento, Calif.; one brother, Lemuel Apple of Tillamook; also several nieces and nephews. Private services will be held in the chapel of Walker-Howell Funeral home, Thursday, January 13, at 2 o'clock p.m., Dr. Irving A. Fox officiating. Concluding services will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 12, 1944 5:1
b. 26 Dec 1858
d. 27 Jul 1934 Salem, Oregon C-42-01-06
"Apple--At the residence, 7050 NE 7th ave., July 27, Martha Apple, aged 76 years, beloved mother of L.H. Apple of Tillamook, Or.; F.M. Apple of California, Mrs. C.J. Millgate, Mrs. Ed Stewart and Mrs. Lottie Cross, all of California; Mrs. Clint Wood of Salem, Or., and Mrs. George Bucks, Portland. Funeral services Tuesday, July 31, at 11 a.m. at the Chapel of Miller & Tracy. Interment Lee Mission cemetery, Salem, Or." Oreg Jul 29, 1934 II:2:3
d/o Lem & Charlotte (Yancey) Davis; widow of Samuel Henry Apple
APPLE, Samuel Henry
b. 07 Sep 1852 (1847)
d. 29 Apr 1924 C-42-01-05
Interment Record #974
"Apple--Henry Apple, 76, died April 29, 1924, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A.C. Wood, at the age of 76 years. Also survived by his wife, Mrs. Martha Apple of Salem, and the following children, Mrs. George Bucks of Portland, Mrs. Lottie Findel of Calif., Mrs. Pearl Stewart of Lake Port, Cal., Mrs. Carrie Milgate, Sacramento, Cal., Frank Apple, Upper Lake, Cal., and Lynn Apple, Sand Lake, Cal. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Apr 29, 1924 5:4
s/o Samuel Apple
ARCHER, Wendall Leroy
d. 17 Sep 1949 C-19-01-05
Interment Record #1660
"Wendell Leroy Archer, at the residence, of 670 S. Elma Ave., September 17, at the age of 53 years. Survived by the widow, Charlotte Archer, Salem; daughters, Mrs. Ruth Taylor, Bernadine Archer and Nellie Archer, all of Salem; son Leroy Archer, Jr., Salem. Announcement of services later by Howell-Edwards chapel." OS Sep 18, 1949 18:2
ARENDS, Albert H.
d. 24 Feb 1963 RA-33-03
on marker w/Orphia E. Arends
"Albert Arends, 72, died Thursday at his residence, 4130 Durbin Ave. SE. He was a retired sawmill operator.
He lived at Dallas from 1917 until 1950, operating an apartment house, then moving to Salem and for about three years operating Sunnyside Motel.
Survivors include the widow, Orphia, Salem; son, Lewis Arends Sr., Salem; daughters, Mrs. Nancy Kast, Seattle, and Mrs. Mildred Howell, Portland; 11 grandchildren; brothers, John, Richard and Amos, and a sister, Mrs. Clara Weldon, in Nebraska.
Services will be 3 p.m. Monday at W.T. Rigdon chapel, with Rev. Orville Mick officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Feb 15, 1963 5:1
b. 11 Apr 1889 Fulton Co, IL; m1. 1814 Eva J. Miller in NE; m2. Orphia E. ( ) Baxter in OR; first wife buried in Dallas Cemetery, Dallas, Polk Co, OR; s/o John Ferdinand Ahrends and Nancy Catherine Garren; 1900 living in Fulton Co, IL; 1910 living in Hooker Co, NE; 1920 living in Dallas, Polk Co, OR
ARENDS, Orphia E.
d. 05 Dec 1966 RA-33-02
on marker w/Albert H. Arends
"Services will be 2 p.m. Monday in Brown chapel, Newberg, for former Salem and Dallas resident, Mrs. Orphia E. Arends of Dayton. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.
She died Monday at her home, 617 2nd St., Dayton, at the age of 82. She had been in ill health for some time.
Mrs. Arends, and her husband Albert operated the Sunnyside Motel on Commercial St. in Salem for a number of years. He died in 1933. A native of Kansas, she lived in Salem about 20 years and in Dallas about 15 years.
Surviving are sons Carl Baxter, Dayton, Herman Baxter, Portland; daughters Mrs. Gladys Sydnam, Beaver-ton, Mrs. Mary McMillin, San Lorenzo, Calif.; step-daughter Mrs. Mildred Howell, Portland; several grand-children and great-grandchildren." OS Dec 11, 1966 32:2
ARMSTRONG, Alvin August
d. 31 Aug 1914 A-35-04-05
on marker w/Esther A.G. Wallace Armstrong & Wm H. & Ettie A. Curtis Strausbaugh
"Armstrong--At his home, 590 North Twentieth street, August 30, 1914, Alvin A. Armstrong, aged 81 years.
The funeral services were held from the residence September 1 at 10:30 o'clock, and the remains were laid at rest in Lee Mission cemetery. Deceased leaves a widow, three daughters and one son-Mrs. W.H. Strausbaugh, Mrs. J.H. Boyd of Salem, Mrs. E.E. McNamar of Willamina, Or., and Wallace G. Armstrong, grandchildren, great-grand-children and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his departure. The services were conducted by Rev. F.T. Porter, pastor of the Christian church." OS Sep 2, 1914 3:7
1870 Barry Co, MI with wife, Esther and four daughters; 1880 Buffalo Co, NE with wife, three daughters and one son; 1910 Marion Co, OR with wife, Esther; farmer b. MI
ARMSTRONG, Esther A.G. Wallace
d. 21 Nov 1934 A-35-04-06
on marker w/Alvin A. Armstrong & Wm. H. & Ettie A. Curtis Strausbaugh
"Esther Agnes Armstrong, at residence in Dallas, Wednesday evening, aged 94 years. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Dana McMar of Dallas and Mrs. Florence Boyd of Salem. One son, Wallace G. Armstrong of Pontiac, Ill. Grandchildren, Mrs. Dana Billitner, Mrs. Aura Williams and Ford Boyd all of Salem, Earl McMar of Monmouth, Claude Roach of Coleburn, Colorado; Richard Streusbaugh of Salem, Walter Curtis of Hillside, New Jersey, Ethel Buton of Redlands, California; Paul Boyd of Roseburg, and Don Curtis. Also survived by 23 great grandchildren and 3 great great grand-children. Funeral announcements will be made later by the W.T. Rigdon mortuary." OS Nov 22, 1934 5:2
1870 Barry Co, MI with husband, Alvin and four daughters; 1880 Buffalo Co, NE with husband, three daughters and one son; 1910 Marion Co, OR with husband, Alvin; b. MI
ARMSTRONG, Floyd R.
b. 01 Oct 1874
d. 05 Jun 1926 OLD 212-01
married; occupation-cook; age 51yrs 8mos4dys; died at OSH per D/C #403
ARNOLD, S. C.
b. 04 Jan 1924
d. 04 Jan 1924 OLD 134-01
Stillborn per Record of Interment #953
ARNOLD, Nancy J. (Skipton)
b. 24 Aug 1855
d. 06 Mar 1932 C-20-03-04
"In this city, Nancy Arnold, aged 77, of 665 South Winter street. She was the mother of Mrs. Sadie Dunbar of Lakewood, Ohio and Clayton Arnold of Biggs, Ore. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, March 3 at 3 o'clock from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 8, 1932 5:3
1860 Washington Co, OH with parents, William and Sarah Skipton; 1870 Washington Co, OH with parents and siblings; 1880 Washington Co, OH with husband, George Arnold and daughter, Sarah; 1900 Washington Co, OH with husband and son, Clayton; 1920 Washington Co, OH, widow living next door to daughter, Sarah F. Dunbar; 1930 Berrien Co, MI living with daughter, Florence Homer
b. 23 Jul 1912
d. 20 Mar 1923 D-03-03-04
"Aronson--In this city Tuesday afternoon, March 20, Grace Aronson, 11 years of age, whose home in near West Salem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Aronson, sister of Wesley, Walter, Donald and Katherine Aronson, all of West Salem. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon and Son mortuary Thursday, March 22, at two o'clock p.m. Interment will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 21, 1923 5:4
d/o Toby Albert and Sadie Oletta (Buck) Aronson; died from acute peritonitis; both parents died in Salem in 1957
ARREOLA, Rodolfo Coria
d. 23 Nov 2015 RC-10-18
ARRIAGA, Charlotte Louise
d. 22 Jun 2018 C-43-08-13
ASCHENBRENNER, Rosa Selvina
d. 05 Apr 1899 N/A
dau of Wm & E.E.
"Aschenbrenner--At the family home east of Salem, April 5, 1899, at 12:30 a.m., of pneumonia and heart trouble, Rosa Selvina Aschenbrenner, in her 17th year.
The funeral will be held at Bethel church today at 10 a.m." DOS Apr 6, 1899 8:2
d/o William and Elizabeth E. (McFarlen) Aschenbrenner; parents both living in California in 1910 and indications are that they both died there
ASCHENBRENNER, Wesley Ernest
b. 04 Jan 1928
d. 06 Jan 1928 OLD 210-09
s/o Edward John and Lydia Florence (Nachtigal) Aschenbrenner; died at Salem General hospital; parents both living in Spokane, WA in 1930 but records indicate that the father died 1975 in Multnomah Co, OR and the mother died 1995 in Clackamas Co, OR
ASHER, Daniel D.
d. 21 Aug 1924 D-06-03-04
"Asher--At his home, near Liberty, on August 21, Daniel D. Asher, aged 58. Brother of E. Asher of Rosedale and David Asher of Missouri. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon chapel Saturday at 10 a.m. Rev. Atchison officiating. Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 22, 1924 5:3
s/o Abraham and Harriet (Gonyo) Asher; b. and raised in Henderson Co, IL; was single in 1900 census and no indication that he ever married
ASHER, Joan Lillian
b. 28 May 1937
d. 09 Apr 2013 A-37-02-06
interred 18 Aug 2018
"Joan was born in Salem, Oregon and passed away in Portland, Oregon. A celebration of life honoring Joan will be held in August 2013. A more detailed obituary will appear here in the near future." Crown Memorial Centers, Portland.
d. Reserved RC-11-20
ASHMON, Walter D.
b. 18 Mar 1881
d. 24 Feb 1920 A-38-01-07
"Walter Ashman Dead--Walter D. Ashman, occupying rooms in the Cottrell apartments died at his home at 10 o'clock last night from pneumonia. Mr. Ashman came to Salem about six years ago from Albany where he lived a few years after coming west from Kansas. He was born in Kansas and was 38 years old. His widow, one sister, Mrs. Molly Glasgow, and three brothers, John, George and William, of Salem survive him. The body is at the Terwilliger home and as yet no funeral arrangements have been made." OS Feb 25, 1920 5:5
s/o James and Nancy (Calvert) Ashmon; 1900 Logan Co, OK Terr census shows Walter living with widowed mother and three brothers, John, William and George;1910 is single and living with Dinsmore family in Linn Co, OR, working as a blacksmith; h/o Anna Ashmon
ASK, Emil Valentine
d. 22 Apr 1925 OLD 210-08
on marker w/John V. Erickson
"Ask-At a local hospital, April 22, Emil Ask, formerly of Brookings, Or., died at the age of 45. He is survived by his wife and 3 children. Remains are at chapel of the Salem mortuary. Funeral announcements later." CJ Apr 22, 1925 7:4
ATCHINSON, Merribel Marguerite
b. 02 Aug 1899
d. 04 Apr 1922 A-43-04-06
"Atchinson--At Portland, Or., April 4, 1922, Merribel Margaret, wife of Charles E. Atchinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebel of this city, at the age of 22 years. Funeral services from Terwilliger home Friday at 2 p.m., Rev. Mr. Milligan officiating. Burial in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 6, 1922 5:6
d/o Charles and Goldie J. Hebel; 1900 and 1910 living in Champaign Co, IL with parents;1920 parents were living in Marion Co, OR and Merribel was not enumerated with them
ATKINSON, Frank Elwood
b. 18 Apr 1911
d. 16 Jun 1975 RA-22-03
Rock of Ages
"Frank Elwood Atkinson, 64, 960 16th St. NE, died Monday at his residence.
He was born in Newberg and lived in Salem for 19 years. He was a construction worker.
Survivors include widow Mayme; daughters Sue and Janice Atkinson, Salem, Coleen Atkinson and Donna Mull; son Robert Atkinson, Salem; two sisters including Juanita Rieves, Newberg; five grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Rev. Harlan R. Gerlack officiating, interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 17, 1975 III:17:6
s/o Daniel Wise and Myrtle Winifred (Graves) Atkinson; 1930 living with widowed mother in Newberg, OR
ATKINSON, Mayme Lela
b. 10 Jan 1921
d. 25 Nov 1989 RA-22-02
"Keizer--Lela Mayme Atkinson, 68, died Saturday.
She was born in Flint, Mich., and moved to Salem from Woodburn in 1955. She was a retired self-employed tailor. She enjoyed sewing and gardening and was a member of Grace Baptist Church.
Her husband, Frank, died in 1975.
Survivors include her daughters, Colleen Atkinson of Arvada, Colo., Donna Mull of Hermiston, Sue Atkinson of Portland, and Janice Beckett of Eugene; son, Robert F. of Keizer; sisters, Virginia McDowell of Inde-pendence, and Ruth Kelly and Maryln Lane, both of Roseburg; and brother, Lloyd Sovey of Newberg. Services will begin at noon Wednesday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Concluding services will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Visiting will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in the mortuary.
Contributions may be made to Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, 1015 N.W. 22nd Ave., Portland 97210." SJ Nov 28, 1989 2B:6
d/o Herbert William and Lela M. (Reeves) Sovey; 1930 living in Ladd Hill Pct, Clackamas Co with parents and siblings; m1. Frank E. Atkinson; m2. Mr. Banks
ATWATER, Charles W.
d. 09 May 1950 OSH, Salem, Oregon C-46-02-17
Interment Record #1692
"Charles W. Atwater, late resident of Coquille, in this city, May 9, at the age of 63 years. Survived by a nephew, H.C. Atwater, Coquille. Private services were held Saturday, May 13, at 10 a.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel. Concluding services were at Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 15, 1950 21:3
d. 10 Feb 1918 D-18-04-04
"Funeral Held Yesterday--Services over Mrs. May Audley, 44 years old, who died in Salem, were held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Rigdon chapel. Her husband, George Audley, came from Astoria for the funeral. Rev. H.N. Aldrich was in charge and burial took place in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 13, 1918 5:3
AUFDERHEIDE, Fred Gerhart
b. 12 Dec 1883
d. 26 Jul 1924 OLD 231-15
"Oferheida--Fred Gerhart Ofderheida died at a local hospital July 26, 1924, at the age of 40 years. He is survived by his widow, Minnie; three children, Robert, Ruth and Alice, all of Salem. Father Ernest of Lamberton, Minn.; two sisters, Miss Bertha Ofderheida and Mrs. John Jennings; four brothers, Gus, Herbert, Henry and John of Minnesota. Short prayer services will be held at the Webb Funeral parlors Wednesday, July 30th, at 2 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the German Lutheran church, 16th and A streets at 2:30. Rev. H.W. Gross will have charge of services. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 27, 1924 5:3
s/o Ernest & Fredericke (Herrgemiller) Aufderheide; parent both born Germany; 1900 was residing in MN
AUFDERHEIDE, Minnie (Hinz)
b. 17 Jun 1884
d. 05 Jun 1945 OLD 231-14
"Mrs. Minnie Aufderheide, late resident of 1290 Oak st., at a local hospital Tuesday, June 5. Mother of Robert Aufderheide of Corvallis, Mrs. Ruth Lee of Klamath Falls and Mrs. Alice Broussard of Hermiston; daughter of Robert Hinz of Salem; sister of Mrs. Mary Blundell, Mrs. Annie Bond and William and Charles Hinz, all of Salem, Mrs. Rose Summer of Portland and Robert Hinz of Vancouver. Also survived by five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday, June 8, at 2 p.m., from the Clough-Barrick chapel with the Rev. Gross officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 7, 1945 5:1
b. Fairbault, MN; d/o Robert & Augusta (Achlesner) Hinz; w/o Fred Aufderheide; 1900 residing in MN
AUFRANC, Louise Herminie
b. 17 Oct 1875
d. 24 Sep 1911 D-04-04-05
"Aufranc--Mrs. Louise H. Aufranc, aged 36 years, died at the family residence Sunday, September 24.
She leaves a husband, four children-Charles and Mary Dutton, Vernon and Blanche Aufranc; four brothers, her father and mother. Funeral services will be held at the residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Sep 26, 1911 7:3 w/o August Aufranc; b. Switzerland; married; died from pulmonary tuberculosis-far advanced
See: GROSJEAN, Adele
AUSTIN, Mary Elenor
d. 21 Jan 1892 OLD 096-04
on marker w/Newell S. Austin
b. Monroe, WI; d/o Alpheus Camolin and Minerva (Porter) Barrick; m'd Seth Newell Austin 12 Feb 1878 in Spring Grove, MN; was the second wife of Newell Austin; Mary's sister, Sarah, was married to James A. Austin, brother of Newell
AUSTIN, Newell Seth
b. 13 Sep 1838
d. 13 Oct 1916 OLD 096-03
on marker w/Mary E. Austin
m1. 1867 Ella Pratt; m2. 12 Feb 1878 Mary Elenor Barrick; Newell's brother married Sarah E., the sister of Mary E. Barrick; widower; s/o Elijah & Laura (Delap) Austin; died from chronic interstial nephritis; educated in the ministry at Hamlin University at Redwing, MN; joined the West Wisconsin Conference of the Methodist-Episcopal church and became a circuit preacher
b. Jun 2012
d. Aug 2012 C-43-07-03
s/o Leonard O. Avilles
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