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 - C -
CADY, Charles W.
b. 08 Dec 1885
d. 13 Sep 1934 A-37-03-03
"At the residence on route 6, Thursday, September 13, Charles W. Cady at the age of 49 years. Survived by wife, Mabel Cady; brothers D.H. and J.M. Cady of Salem; sisters, Mrs. Rosetta Sheffield, Mrs. Lydia Hobbs and Mrs. Alta Cummings of Salem, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral announcements later from Rigdon's mortuary." OS Sep 14, 1934 5:2 s/o James M. & Adelia (Willard) Cady per D/C #594
CADY, Mabel Williams
b. 22 Dec 1878
d. 02 Sep 1959 A-37-03-04
"Woman Found Dead in Chair--Mrs. Mabel W. Cady 80 a resident of 4380 Auburn Rd NE for 66 years, was found dead Thursday noon in a rocking chair in her front room.
She apparently died sometime Wednesday of natural causes the coroner's office said. Neighbors who hadn't seen her for several days called Marion County sheriff's office.
Mrs. Cady was born Dec. 22, 1878. Survivors include a foster son, Norris Merrill of Portland and a cousin in Yakima, Wash.
Arrangements are pending at Howell-Edwards Funeral Home." OS Sep 4, 1959 16:2 also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Matilda Cummings, Gold Beach, Oregon, and Mrs. Helen Hardy, Oakland, California; cousins, Mary Focht, Yakima, Wash., and Ethel Thielman, Portland per OS Sep 6, 1959 5:1
CAIN, Darold W. Sr.
b. Feb 1917
d. 25 Apr 1977 RA-42-12
died in Multnomah Co; h/o Beulah; D/C#77-06391 per OR Death Index
CAIN, Eugene R.
d. 2009 RA-42-09
ashes placed on top of grave
CAIN, John A.
b. 16 Apr 1950
d. 04 Aug 1989 RA-42-11
Pvt US Army Vietnam
"Irrigon--John A. Cain, 39, died Friday.
He was born and raised in Salem before moving to Irrigon when 17 years old. He was a truckdriver for Hermiston Transfer. He served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was a member of the New Christian Life Church.
Survivors include his wife, Susie; son, Billy Joe of Irrigon; mother, Beulah Cain of Irrigon; brothers, Eugene of Houston, Texas, Darold W. Jr. of Salem, and Michael of Irrigon; and sisters, Shirley Erickson of Irrigon, and Violet Norquest of Echo.
Family services will begin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary is in charge of arrangements." SJ Aug 10, 1989 2B:4
b. Aug 1916
d. Jun 1920 OLD 112
b. 02 Mar 1912
d. 02 Mar 1912 D-13-04-03
Stillborn s/o J.E. & Olive (Davis) Caldwell per D/C #693
CALHOUN, Brantley Seigel
See: SMITH, Frank
CALHOUN, John A.
d. 17 Nov 1922 C-39-02-02
"Calhoun--John A. Calhoun, 66, died in this city Friday morning, Nov. 17. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Miss Bessie Calhoun of Salem, and three sons, Herman, Bert and Joseph, all living in Canada. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon and Son chapel Monday afternoon, Nov. 20, at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 18, 1922 7:5 b. MO; s/o G.W. Calhoun; h/o Eliza Calhoun; blacksmith and farmer per D/C #819
d. 07 Nov 1925 OLD 210-06
"Call--In this city, Nov. 7, James Call died at the age of 73 years. Funeral services will be held Monday, Nov. 9, at 4 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 9, 1925 7:6
CALLAHAN, Dorothy Bogue
d. 12 Oct 1977 RA-40-10
"Dorothy Bogue Callahan, 77, of 345 18th St. SE, died Wednesday in an Independence nursing home.
She was born in Andover, Conn. and was a housewife.
Survivors include widower, Edward B.; daughters, Dorothy Minear, Salem, Mildred Thomas, Senora, Calif.; son, Burleson Callahan, Crestline, Calif.; sister, Mrs. Miriam Prindle, Winsted, Conn.; 12 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren." OS Oct 13, 1977 14A:1
CALLAHAN, Edward B.
d. 07 Nov 1985 RA-40-09
"Graveside services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Lee Mission Cemetery for Edward B. Callahan, 84, of Salem, who died Thursday.
He was born in Greenfield, Mo., and came to Salem in 1946. He was a member of the Methodist church.
Survivors include his daughter, Dorothy R. Menear, Salem, and son Burleson, of California.
Arrangements are under the direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ Nov 10, 1985 2B:5
CALLOW, Abbie Harriet
d. 23 Nov 1926 OLD 123-05
"Mrs. Abbie Harriet Callow, age 61 years, died at Auburn, Wash., Nov 23. Survived by her husband, W.W. Callow. The funeral cortege will leave the Rigdon mortuary at 10 a.m. for the Lee Mission cemetery, where the services will be held." OS Nov 27, 1926 5:2
CAMELL, Millie S.
d. 18 Jun 1976
d. Reserved RA-31-11
CAMP, Anna B.
b. 27 Apr 1830
d. 09 Nov 1898 OLD 117-10
plot map & Record of Interment #253 shows burial at D-31-2-1; however, marker is at OLD 117-10
CAMPBELL, E. Alice
d. 03 Sep 1924 D-05-01-04
"Campbell--At the home on 1166 Ferry St., Sept. 3, Mrs. Alice Campbell at the age of 62 years; wife of Robert W. Campbell; mother of Mary, Perry, Clarianda, Eugene Campbell all of Salem, Ore.; Mrs. Grace Hayes of New Mexico; Robert Campbell, Cal.; Ira Campbell, Cal.; Mrs. John Leesman, Colo; Mrs. Irene Hensel, Salem. The funeral will be held at Rigdon's today at 2 o'clock with Rev. Mr. Gillespie officiating. Concluding services will be held at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 5, 1924 5:3
CAMPBELL, J. A. J.
b. 06 Jun 1836
d. 29 Apr 1911 D-13-02-01 At Rest
"Campbell--At the State Asylum for the Insane Thursday, April 27, 1911, J.H.A. Campbell, age 66. The funeral was held from Rigdon's Undertaking parlors this afternoon. Interment was made in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ May 1, 1911 8:5 (J.A.J.) J.H.A. Campbell; m'd; shoemaker; died April 27, 1911 at OSIA; age 76 per D/C #1316
d. Reserved RA-16-02
CAMPBELL, Mary A.
b. 19 Mar 1850
d. 09 Jan 1932 C-20-03-05
on marker w/Morrison Campbell
"At a local hospital, January 9, Mrs. Mary A. Campbell, aged 71. Survived by two adopted daughters, Marie Vittum of Menlo Park, Calif., Mrs. May Ufell of Ridgefield, Wash. Funeral announcements later by W.T. Rigdon and Son." OS Jan 10, 1932 5:2
CAMPBELL, Mary Launa
d. 25 Jan 1936 D-05-01-01
"At El Segundo, Calif., January 25, Mary Launa Campbell, aged 53 years. Survived by the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Clarinda Campbell of Los Angeles, Mrs. William Campbell of Salem, Albert E. Campbell of El Segundo, Mrs. Grace Hayes of Watsonville, Calif., Mrs. Gladys Leesman of Windsor, Colo., Ida Campbell of Denver, Colo., Robert C. Campbell of El Segundo. Graveside services are being said this afternoon, Jan. 27, at 3:30 p.m., at the Lee Mission cemetery, Rev. Guy L. Drill officiating. Interment under direction of W.T. Rigdon company." OS Jan 28, 1936 5:1
d. 23 Mar 1930 C-20-03-06
on marker w/Mary A. Campbell
"Morrison Campbell, 79, died in this city March 21. Husband of Mrs. Mary Campbell; father of Mrs. Verta May Udall of Ridgefield, Wash., and Mrs. Vittin Dwight of Redwood, Calif. Fun-eral services Monday at 1 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon and Son chapel, Rev. Fred C. Taylor officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 22, 1930 5:3
CAMPBELL, Perry Andrews
b. 24 Jul 1892
d. 08 May 1948 A-29-03-01
"P.A. Campbell, 55, Accident Victim, Dies--Perry Andrews Campbell, 55, of 632 N. Liberty st., died in a Salem hospital Saturday morning from injuries suffered Thursday when struck by a boom on a construction job in East Salem.
Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon chapel Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
Campbell sustained fractures of the arm and shoulder and internal injuries Thursday afternoon while working with a Pacific Telephone and Telegraph company crew on a bridge near the state penitentiary on State street. The crew was lifting a large pontoon from the stream when a cable parted, dropping the boom on Campbell.
A resident of Salem for the past two years, Campbell was born in Alton, Mo., July 24, 1892, and had resided in Washington before moving to Oregon.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lola Campbell of Salem; four children, Mrs. Harry Harris, Ralph Campbell and Glenn Campbell, all of Longview, Wash., and Raymond Campbell of Salem, his father, Ralph Campbell of Longview; two brothers, W.D. Campbell of Longview and Silas Campbell of Van Nuys, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Etta Sullivan, also of Van Nuys." Oreg May 8, 1948 12:3
CAMPBELL, Robert Warren
b. 11 Jul 1855
d. 06 Jan 1936 D-05-01-02
"At El Segundo, Calif., January 6, Robert Warren Campbell, aged 80 years. Survived by the following children: Mrs. Claudia Campbell of Los Angeles, Mrs. William Hensell of Salem, Miss Mary Campbell of El Segundo, Mrs. Grace Hayes of Watsonville, Cal., Mrs. Gladys Leeseman of Windsor, Calif., Albert E. Perry and Robert C. Campbell, all of El Segundo, and Ira Campbell of Denver, Colo. Graveside services will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, January 14. Rev. Guy L. Drill will officiate, and W.T. Rigdon company is in charge of arrangements." OS Jan 14, 1936 5:1 d. 06 Jan 1936; burial 15 Jan 1936; age 80 per Record of Interment #1364
CANNIZZO, Anthony Richard
b. 03 May 1934
d. 28 Sep 1994 RA-06-04
US Army - Korea
"Keizer--Anthony Richard Cannizzo, 60, died Sept. 28, in Keizer.
He was born in Chicago. In 1987 he came to Salem from Florida. He worked in general sales. He served in the Army during the Korean War.
Survivors include his wife, Meredith N. Cannizzo; brother, Charles of Country Club Hill, Ill.; and sisters, Anne ViVirito of Burbank, Calif., Genevive Hak of Aumsville and Marion Massaro of Chicago.
Private family services were held. Interment was in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Arrangements are by Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Salem." SJ Oct 8, 1994 4B:3
d. Reserved RA-06-03
d. Reserved RA-09-22
b. 11 Dec 1845
d. 20 Feb 1918 OLD 139-16
"Mrs. Mahala Carey Dies After Lingering Illness--Following a lingering illness, Mrs. Mahala arey died last night at 7:30 o'clock at her home on Union street. Mrs. Carey crossed the plains to Oregon with her parents when she was 8 years old. The pioneer woman was born at Lone Jack, Mo., December 11, 1845. She married at an early age and had seven children, five of whom are living. She was a church member since the age of 14. The funeral will probably be held from First Methodist church, although the arrangements have not yet been made.
The surviving children are Monroe and Frank Switzer of Cloverdale, Or.; Mrs. Alice Moon, Ceres, Calif.; Mrs. Mae Wooden, Salem, and Mrs. Winnie Morrison of Mabel, Or. She was married to Barney I. Carey in 1905. The body is at the Rigdon chapel." OS Feb 21, 1918 2:2
CARKIN, John Herbert
b. Nov 1883
d. 24 Jan 1971 RA-25-07
m'd 29 Jun 1910
on marker w/Vida Turner Carkin
"Death Takes Former Solon, State Official--John H. Carkin, 87, of 585 Winter St. NE, died Sunday in a local nursing home.
Born in Bangor, Me., he moved to a farm near Hillsboro, N.D. He attended the University of Minnesota, graduated from Minnesota School of Business and earned his L.L.B. from the University of North Dakota law school in 1908.
He was admitted to the Oregon bar in 1909, was in the private practice of law for over 20 years, served as City Attorney of Medford from 1921-1929, State Representative from 1913-1929, and Speaker of the House in 1927. He was a member and chairman of the State Tax commission from 1929-1939. Appointed by Gov. Charles A. Sprague, he served 15 years as director and counsel in the rail transportation department of the public utilities commissioner's office. He was chairman of the Salem Planning Commission in the 1950s, was president of First Federal Savings and Loan Assn., and chairman of Marion County Republican Central Committee.
Surviving are widow Vida May, Salem; daughter Mrs. Jean Sanesi, Los Angeles; sons, Earle T., Chicago, Bruce W., Mt. Vernon, Ill., Vernon E., San Antonio, Tex., J. Warren, Salem; sister Mrs. Theone Taylor, Medford; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
Services are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Jan 25, 1971 14:2
CARKIN, Vida Turner
b. 23 Mar 1883
d. 12 Dec 1978 RA-25-08
on marker w/John Herbert Carkin
died in Marion Co. per death index
d. 22 Feb 1923 C-39-01-02
widow; age 78; born Bodo, Norway; resided at Astoria, OR; died at OSH of Pulmonary TB per D/C #137
CARPENTER, Adolphus Petit
b. 26 oct 1860
d. 08 Jan 1945 D-28-02-05
"Carpenter--Adolphus Pettit Carpenter, late resident of route 3 Salem, Monday, January 8, at the age of 84 years. Survived by a brother, Harry B. Carpenter at Salem; niece, Mrs. Mattie Graham of Ontario, Canada, and nephew, Paul G. Carpenter of Delaware, Md. Services will be held from the Rose Lawn Funeral home Wednesday, January 10, at 2 p.m. with Rev. S. Raynor Smith officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jan 9, 1945 10:8 b. Canada; single; s/o Gersham Carpenter; farmer per D/C #444
CARPENTER, Ann Earl
b. 14 Feb 1818 Maidford, England
d. 25 Dec 1896 OLD 173-02
wife of John Carpenter
"At the family home, No. 454 Chemeketa street, Salem, December 25, 1896, at 2:10 a.m., of heart failure, Mrs. Ann Carpenter, in her 79th year.
The deceased had been ill about five weeks. Her husband passed away in October, 1884, at the family home one mile east of the penitentiary.
Five daughters remain to mourn her death viz: Mrs. Jennie Downing, of Whiteaker; Mrs. Lizzie Witzell and Miss Susie Carpenter of Salem, and Mrs. S.C. Baird, of Osceola, Iowa, and Mrs. Culie Leeper, of Maitland, Mo.
The funeral will be conducted at the residence at 11 a.m. today by Rev. G. W. Grannis of the First M. E. church. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery beside the remains of her husband." DOS Dec 26, 1896 8:4
CARPENTER, Gershom M.
b. 03 Feb 1826
d. 21 Nov 1909 D-28-03-02
on marker w/Oscar O. Carpenter
"Carpenter--Sunday, November 21, 1909, at the family home four and one half miles southwest of Salem, G.M. Carpenter, aged 83 years, 9 months and 19 days. The deceased is survived by two sons and one daughter. He was a native of Canada.
The funeral will take place today from the home at 1 o'clock, and interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Nov 23, 1909 5:3 s/o Charles Carpenter; widower; b. Canada; farmer; died of paralysis per D/C #3182
CARPENTER, Henrietta M.
b. 04 Oct 1876
d. 10 Dec 1923 D-29-01-03
"Carpenter--Henrietta M. Carpenter died Dec. 10, 1923, at a local hospital, age 46 years. She is survived by her husband, Nelson N. Carpenter of Salem, four sisters, Mrs. E.L. Harks, Miss Maud Bigney, and Mrs. Minnie Kirsey of Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. J. Glovert of Seattle, Wash., and one brother, Howard Rogers of Los Angeles, Calif. Funeral announcements later." OS Dec 11, 1923 5:4
CARPENTER, Horace G.
d. 06 Nov 1924 C-39-04-08
"Carpenter--Horace G. Carpenter died at his residence 796 north 16th street, Nov. 6, 1924, at the age of 64 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Laura Carpenter of Salem and one son, Worth of Glenwood, Ore. Funeral arrangements later. Arrangements in charge of the Webb funeral parlors." CJ Nov 7, 1924 7:4
b. 1818 England
d. 03 Oct 1884 OLD 173-03
"Friday morning, October 3, 1884, at his home two and one-half miles east of this city, at 5:30 o'clock a.m., Mr. John Carpenter, aged 66 years, 7 months and 22 days.
The funeral will take place at the Lee Mission cemetery to-day at 1 o'clock p.m. Mr. Carpenter leaves a family of a wife and four daughters, besides many other relatives and friends, who have the sympathies of the public in their bereavement." OS Oct 10, 1884 3:6
CARPENTER, Minnie Agnes
d. 07 Apr 1921 D-28-03-03
"Carpenter--Minnie Agnes Carpenter, aged 56 years, 1 month, 10 days, died at the Deaconess hospital April 7, at 4 a.m. She leaves to mourn her loss, one sister, Mrs. Charles Tisdale of Manitoba, Canada, and three brothers, Adolphus Pettit Carpenter, Harry Bertram Carpenter and Nelson Norman Carpenter, all of Livesley, Or. The funeral service will be held from the Webb & Clough chapel Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 8, 1921 5:4
CARPENTER, Nelson N.
b. 27 Nov 1873
d. 03 Aug 1941 D-29-01-04
"Team Runaway Injures Man--N.N. Carpenter, 67, was critically hurt and is at the Deaconess hospital Wednesday night after a team reportedly ran away with him in the morning at his home on Salem route three, south of Roberts Station. He was treated by the first aid crew.
Carpenter's head was slashed from near one eye to behind the ear, but the attending physician said he would probably not lose the eye. Carpenter said he did not know just what hit him to cause the injury.
Thomas Jones, Salem route five, walked into the first aid station at 4 p.m. for treatment after he cut off the tip of a finger with a scythe." OS Jul 31, 1941 3:2 See also: Aug 5, 1941 5:1 s/o G.M. & Martha (Pettitt) Carpenter; single; farmer; per D/C #684
CARPENTER, Oscar O.
b. 20 Jan 1855
d. 29 Dec 1901 D-28-03-04
We shall meet on the beautiful shore
on marker w/Gershom M. Carpenter
"Carpenter--At the home of his brother, A.P. Carpenter, three miles north of Salem, Oregon, Sunday, December 29, 1901, at 4 o'clock p.m., O.O. Carpenter, aged 47 years, of heart disease.
The funeral services were held at the home of A.P. Carpenter, about three miles north of this city, at 2:30 o'clock p.m. yesterday, and the remains were interred in the Lee Mission cemetery at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon." OS Dec 31, 1901 6:3
d 07 Oct 1914 OLD 173-04
"Carpenter-At the Willamette sanatorium, October 7, 1914, Susie Carpenter, aged 54 years.
Funeral services will be held from Rigdon & Richardson's undertaking parlors Friday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. F.T. Porter, pastor of the First Christian church of this city, will officiate. The burial will take place in Lee Mission cemetery.
Deceased leaves three sisters to mourn her loss, namely, Mrs. Jennie Downing of Shaw, Mrs. Lizzie Witzel of Salem, and Mrs. Leeper of Missouri." OS Oct 8, 1914 5:6 Lucy Carpenter; b WI; d/o John & Ann (Earl) Carpenter; single; age 54-3-5 per D/C #2620
d. 05 Jun 1960 D-28-01-02
"In this city, June 5th, at the age of 74 years. Late resident of Hubbard, Oregon. Graveside services will be held Thursday, June 9th at 10:00 a.m. at Lee Mission Cemetery. Service will be under the direction of the W.T. Rigdon Co." OS Jun 9, 1960 5:1
b. 31 Aug 1847
d. 14 Mar 2000 RA-15-03
"Arturo Carranza, 51, of Salem, died Tuesday. Cause of death was unavailable.
He was born in El Salvador and moved to Houston, Texas, in 1985. He moved from Los Angeles to Salem in 1993. He worked in canneries in the Salem area. He enjoyed gardening and was a member of Light of the World Church in Canby.
Survivors, all of Salem, include his wife, Esperanza; sons, Arturo, Osvaldo, Sergio and Anthony; and daughter, Flor Carranza.
Services will be 11 a.m. today at Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors." SJ Online
CARRANZO, Cecilio Arturo.
b. 09 Aug 1977
d. 08 Apr 2011 RC-10-04
"Cecilio Arturo Carranza August 9, 1977 - April 8, 2011
Salem - Graveside services will be held at 9:30 am on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangments are by City View Funeral Home." [Statesman Journal August 12, 2011]
CARRASCO, Mary Karen
b. 17 Mar 1972
d. 09 Jun 1978 RA-22-11
d. in Multnomah Co. per death index
CARRILLO, Romana Luna
b. 08 Mar 1952
d. 07 Jun 2010
CARRUTH, Betty M.
b. 22 Nov 1898
d. 08 Feb 1978 RA-49-05
"Betty M. Carruth, 79, of 1560 Evergreen Ave. NE, died Wednesday in a local nursing home.
She was born in Rulo, Neb., and was a member of Woodland Chapel Church, Salem.
She is survived by stepdaughter, Mrs. Vollie Jean Prior, Texarkana, Texas.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary and private interment at Lee Mission Cemetery.
The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society." OS Feb 9, 1978 10A:2
CARRUTH, Frank Wilde
b. 26 Apr 1893
d. 18 Aug 1961 RA-49-06
Utah Cpl 7 Spruce Sq. WWI
"F.W. Carruth, 68, Succumbs--Frank Wilde Carruth, 68, of 2550 Ellis Ave NE, died Friday at a Portland hospital. He had suffered from a heart condition for several years.
Born in Coalville, Utah, he moved to Salem in 1942 from Cheyenne, Wyo., where he had worked for the forestry department. In Salem he was employed as a Southern Pacific ticket clerk until retirement two years ago.
He attended Woodland Chapel.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Betty M. Carruth, Salem, a son, Don Besst of Laramie, Wyo., daughter, Vollie Jean Prior, Big Spring, Tex.; a brother, Elwood Carruth, Ogden, Utah; two sisters, Mrs. Nell Becker and Miss Maude Carruth, both Ogden; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services are pending at W.T. Rigdon Mortuary." OS Aug 19, 1961 8:6
d. Reserved RA-45-03
b. 29 Aug 1943
d. 10 Aug 1995 RA-45-04
"Steffani Carstens, 51, of Salem died Thursday.
A San Diego native, she moved to the Salem area in the early 1960s and was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous for 10 years. Her interests included flower arranging and gardening.
Survivors include husband, Dick; daughters, Tina Van Camp of Salem and Debbie Van Camp and Shelly Lane, both of Keizer; stepdaughters, Sherry Prindel of Stayton, Sonja Hiron of Mill City and Sandra Carstens of Salem; brother, Tom Henkel Jr. of Alpine, Calif.; sisters, Tina Kinana of Ramona, Calif., and Terre Davis of San Diego; stepmother, Theresa Henkel of El Cajon, Calif.; and three grand-children.
Visiting will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Services will be 2 p.m. Monday in the mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Aug 11, 1995 7B:1
CARTER, Baby Boy
d. 14 Jul 1949 C-43-01-11
"Baby boy Carter, at the local hospital July 14. Survived by parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Carter of Salem; a sister, Carolyn Jean Carter, and a brother, Robert Roy Carter, both of Salem, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Means of Richmond, Calif., Mrs. W.J. Long of Richmond, Calif. and C.R. Carter of San Francisco, Calif. Graveside services were held July 14 at Lee Mission cemetery under direction of Clough-Barrick Chapel." OS Jul 15, 1949 17:1
CARTWRIGHT, Daniel Gray
d. 24 Jul 1894 OLD 103-03
Sacred to the m'ory of
son of James R. & M.J. Cartwright
"The remains of David Cartwright were brought to this city yesterday on the 11:17 train and at 3 o'clock were buried in Lee Mission cemetery. Mr. Cartwright had been residing in Yew Park and previous to the tieup of trains on the Southern Pacific road started with three of his children for the Oklahoma country going via the Shasta route. Upon reaching Ashland his train was delayed owing to the strike and after a few hours in that city he was taken ill which later developed into typhoid fever. He was removed to the hospital at Portland where good care and nursing was administered but at 9 a.m. Tuesday he died. His wife is still in this city." OS Jul 26, 1894 4:5 [photos provided by Jan Garver, find a grave researcher]
CASE, William H.
d. 20 Apr 1909 C-48-02-07
2 Sgt. 9 Oregon MTD Vols
"Indian War Veterans--Attention veterans of the Indian War and veterans of the Civil War, comrades of the G.A.R., W.R.C. and Ladies of the G.A. R. and all interested in doing honor to old soldiers. Wm. H. Case, Company D, Second regiment Oregon Mounted Volunteers, Indian War Veteran, receiving a pension for his services, and committed to the Oregon hospital for the insane, from the Oregon soldiers home April 3, 1909, died at the hospital April 20. Sedgwick Post, No. 10, G.A.R., having refused burial in their soldiers' circle to any but Civil War veterans, his burial will take place at the hospital burial ground just east of the Lee Mission cemetery tomorrow (Friday) at 2 o'clock p.m. Let us all turn out and bury him with honor to a soldier of his country. Wm. M. Robinson, chaplain of post." DCJ Apr 22, 1909 8:3
CASEBERE, Edwin G.
d. 06 Dec 1892 OLD 126-08
2 Cor. 4:17
"Casebeer--At his home, four miles north of Salem, at 10 p.m., Tuesday, December 6, 1892, from hemorrhage of the bowels, Edwin Casebeer, aged 41 years.
Deceased was the son-in-law of C. Frickey and leaves a wife and four children." DOS Dec 7, 1892 4:3 b. Artic, IN; d. age 36-9-15 per Record of Interment #11
CASEBERE, Mary E.
d. 17 Jul 1927 OLD 126-05
"Casebere--Mrs. Mary Casebere, a long time resident of Salem, died in Portland Sunday, July 17, where she has resided for the last four years. The funeral services will be held at the Finley funeral parlors in Portland at 10 o'clock Tuesday, and the party will then come to Salem, where a service and the interment will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery at 2 o'clock. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Mary and Miss Ethel Casebere." CJ Jul 18, 1927 9:8
b. 22 Aug 1885
d. 19 Oct 1960 RA-32-03
"Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday for Mrs. Lora A. Casida, 650 Locust St. NE, who died Wednesday at the age of 75. The W.T. Rigdon Mortuary will be in charge and burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Mrs. Casida, a widow, was born Aug. 22, 1885, at Asheville, N.C. She is survived by a son, Jack Casida, Salem." CJ Oct 20, 1960 IV:8:9
d. 01 Feb 1908 OLD 146-04
premature birth, nearest relative Archibald Caspel per Record of Interment #427
CATE, Mary A.
b. 21 Dec 1852 Tenn
d. 13 Sep 1913 D-09-03-05
on marker w/William B. Cate
"At Brownsville, Or., September 24, 1913, Mary A. Cate, aged 61 years.
The remains were sent to this city last night and the funeral was held from the First Baptist church at 2:30 p.m. today. Rev. H.E. Marshall officiated." CJ Sep 27, 1913 8:6
CATE, William B.
b. 08 Sep 1852 in Tenn
d. 28 Feb 1924 D-09-03-06
on marker w/Mary A. Cate
"Cate--At Culver, Deschutes county, Or., Feb 27th, William B. Cate age 71 years, father of Walter Cate of Canada, Mrs. A.C. Donelson of Albany, Claude C. Cate of Medford, Grover C. Cate of Los Angeles, Burson Cate and Mrs. P.A. Lockwood of Culver, Or., and Verd H. Cate of Pomona, Cal., and brother of T.A. Cate of Vancouver, Wa. The remains will arrive in Salem Sunday, Mar. 2, and funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 1, 1924 9:8
CATER, Claude Fredrick
d. 13 Nov 1962 RA-56-02
"Claude Frederick Cater, 720 Mill St. SE, died Tuesday afternoon of a heart attack at his home. He was 58.
A former construction and shipyard worker, Cater had been disabled by a heart condition since 1957. He was taken by Willamette ambulance to Salem Memorial Hospital following the seizure shortly after 2 p.m. Tuesday but pronounced dead on arrival there.
Born at Carson, Iowa, Cater came to Salem in 1943 and lived here since except for five years on California shipyard work.
He leaves a widow, Mrs. Ruth Cater, Salem; three daughters, Mrs. Beverly Kubishta and Mrs. Mary Swartout, both of Salem, and Mrs. Dixie Saxton, Vandenberg Air Force base; one son, Edwin Harold Cater, Christmas Valley; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Roberts, Salem, and Mrs. Frances Slater, Norwalk, Iowa; four brothers, George and William Cater, both of Des Moines, Iowa, Forest Cater, San Diego, and Byron Cater, Phoenix, Ariz.; 18 grand-children.
Arrangements are pending at W.T. Rigdon mortuary." OS Nov 14, 1962 3:2
b. 23 May 1906
d. 22 Dec 1983 RA-56-01
d. 12 Apr 1926 OLD 235-02
G.A.R. Co K 38 Ill Inf
b. IN; s/o Green & Sarah Cather; farmer; widowed; usual residence Lebanon, OR; died at Salem, O.S.H. at age 84 from cerebral arteriosclerosis per Marion Co. D/C #272
CATHER, Susan Elizabeth
b. 21 Jan 1845
d. 23 Jan 1924 OLD 235-03
"Susan Elizabeth Henson was born near Bedford, Indiana, January 21, 1845, and died January 23, 1924, at her home in Lebanon, aged 79 years and two days.
She moved with her parents in 1861 to Clay county, Illinois. September 11, 1867, she was married to Ezra Cather. To this union two sons were born, one of whom survived her, but passed away on the way to his mother's funeral. She leaves an aged husband to mourn her loss.
Mr. and Mrs. Cather moved to Salem in 1879, where they resided until after the death of their oldest son, William, in 1883, after which they moved to Linn county, where they have since resided in or near Lebanon.
Mrs. Cather united with the Christian church in her early girlhood days. She had been a member of the Eastern Star for many years.
For the past four years she has been a patient but intense sufferer, having been paralyzed all of that time, and death found her ready and waiting. Besides her husband she leaves the following brothers and sisters: Frank Henson of Silverton; John Henson of Burley, Idaho; Mrs. Anna Junkin, Lebanon; Mrs. Addie Gilbreath, Kingman, Kan.; Mrs. M. Surtees, Wichita, Kan.; and four grandchildren, Marcy, Alice, Ray and Frances Cather.
The funeral service was held at Lowe's chapel Friday forenoon, conducted by Rev. W.T. Ford, after which the remains were taken to Salem for interment in the Lee Mission cemetery beside those of her oldest son." Lebanon Express Jan 30, 1924 5:5
d/o Gilliam & Louise (Gilbrooth) Henson; died from cerebral hemorrhage per Linn Co D/C #10
CAVENDER, Pearl Yvonne
b. 30 Aug 1943
d. 27 Nov 2005 RA-02-06
"KEIZER - At her request, no services will be held. Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." Statesman-Journal Online
ashes were buried on the grave of Olga Peters
CERVANTES, Francisco Ariel
b. 12 Feb 1994
d. 23 Sep 2010 RC-32-08
"Makeshift memorial arises for two who died after being hit by SUV--S.......tudents and staffers at Winema High School on Friday remembered two classmates who were struck and killed along Lancaster Drive and prayed for a third who remained in critical condition Friday at Salem Hospital. The crash occurred shortly after school Thursday when a sport utility vehicle jumped the curb and struck the students near Lancaster Drive and Winema Place NE. Brittney Green, 18, and Francisco Cervantes, 16, died of their injuries. Jorge Echeverria, 18, was in critical condition Friday at Salem Hospital, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office. Friends and family placed roses, teddy bears and candles at a makeshift memorial near the scene that read: We love you! Francisco, Jorge and Brittney.
The three students were new to the school — Francisco came from North Salem High School, Jorge from McKay High School and Brittney from Estacada, but already they were a part of the tight-knit community of 150 students. "I had a class with Francisco," said classmate Briana Davidson. "He was funny. When he did talk, people would laugh. You knew he had a lot to say........." [Statesman Journal, Sept 25, 2010]
"Friends remember victims of traffic crash at candlelight vigil--..........Hundreds reportedly visited during the day, and by dusk about 300 had gathered in a parking lot nearby for a candlelight vigil.
Among them were several current or former members of the Woodburn King Kobraz, a soccer team that Francisco played on.
“When we spent the night (at a teammate’s) house, we would wrestle,” said a smiling Chris Musser, now a junior at North Salem High School and whose father coached the team.
Chris’s mom, Selma Musser, recalled Francisco as “good kid” and a competitor with a strong foot.
“Everybody knew it when he kicked the ball,” she said.
The crash occurred about 2:30 p.m. Thursday. The three students, who attended the high school, were crossing Winema Place when they were struck by a 1994 Chevrolet Blazer, which also hit a utility box and another car........." [Statesman Journal, Sept 25, 2010]
"Francisco Cervantes February 12, 1994 - September 23, 2010 KEIZER - Viewing: 1-5 p.m., Mon., September 27, and from 9-11 a.m. on Tuesday, at Keizer Chapel. Funeral Mass: 1 p.m. at St. Vincent Catholic Church followed by interment at Lee Mission Cemetery. Keizer Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements." [Statesman Journal Sep 28, 2010]
CHAMBERLIN, Ellen J.
d. 04 Apr 1943 OLD 236-03
"Miss Ellen J. Chamberlin, at the residence, 150 Luther street, Sunday, April 4, at the age of 93 years. Survived by sister, Mrs. Lenore J. Weller; sister-in-law, Mrs. Rose W. Chamberlin, both of Salem; also survived by several nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Gertrude Wells, Mrs. Elepha Bond and George Weller, all of Salem. Services will be held Tuesday, April 6, at 2 p.m., from the Clough-Barrick chapel. Bishop Bruce R. Baxter will officiate with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 16, 1943 5:1
b. 14 Apr 1816 Lima, Livingston Co, NY
d. 15 Apr 1887 OLD 236-01
Missionary to Oregon and devoted to his Master's work.
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.
on marker w/Olive Warren Chamberlin
"Chamberlin-In Salem, Friday, April 15th, 1887, at the residence of Mrs. O.A. Waller, his daughter, Joseph Chamberlin, aged 71 years.
Deceased was an old pioneer of Oregon and Marion county, and was born in Lima, New York, April 14th, 1816. He was the father of M.L. Chamberlin, Mrs. G.W. Belt, Mrs. C.B. Moores, Miss Ellen Chamberlin, Miss Nora Chamberlin and Miss Julia Chamberlin. After many years of suffering he has gone to his last rest. He will be buried today at 2 p.m. from O.A. Waller's, in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 16, 1887 3:3 See also: PCA Apr 2, 1887
CHAMBERLIN, Olive Warren
b. 12 Feb 1822 Covington, Genessee Co, NY
d. 27 Oct 1874 OLD 236-02
wife of Jos. Chamberlin
God's promises are sure, he will never leave or forsake those who trust in him.
on marker w/Joseph Chamberlin
"The funeral of the late Mrs. Olive Chamberlin will take place today at 2 o'clock p.m. from the M.E. Church, in this city. At her own request, she will be buried in the Mission Cemetery. The friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice. The services will be conducted by Rev. C.W. Shaw." DOS Oct 29, 1874 3:1
b. 29 Nov 1871
d. 04 Mar 1922 A-37-02-05
"Chambers--At the residence 1005 Broadway street, early March 4th, Mrs. Amanda Chambers age 50 years, wife of John W. Chambers, mother of Mrs. Matt Morgan and Miss Marga Polanski, R.F. Polanski, Misses Lilly, Myrtle, Gladys, Emma, Frances Chambers and Calvin Chambers, Salem; sister of Rev. Mrs. G.F. Liening of Salem, Mrs. F. May of Spokane, Art and G. Czarnetski of North Dakota. The funeral will be held Monday at 3 o'clock at the First Baptist church. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery. Funeral in charge of Rigdon & Son." OS Mar 5, 1922 5:6
CHANEY, Fidelia E.
b. 01 Aug 1834 NY
d. 28 Mar 1919 OLD 104-03
"Chaney--At the Mann home, box 28, Fidelia E. Chaney, age 84 years, 7 months, 28 days. Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Sunday), March 30, at 2 P.M. at the Mann home, East 23d and Sandy blvd. Remains at the Parlors of Breeze & Snook, Belmont at 25th st., until 1 P.M. Interment, Salem, Or., Monday." Oreg Mar 29, 1919 16:3 d/o Hiram & Amanda (Platt) Eddy; widow of W.H. Chaney per Multnomah Co. D/C #1211
CHANNER, Elmer Lewis
b. 07 Apr 1919
d. 16 Mar 1923 C-39-04-03
born in Payette, ID; s/o Cecil J. & Lena (Edson) Channer; died of diphtheria per D/C #212
CHAPEL, Charles George
b. 28 Dec 1836
d. 10 Oct 1911 D-23-04-07
Co A 52 Ill Inf
m'd; farmer; s/o William & Lydia (Barnes) Chapel; b. MI; d. 2395 D St. of TB at age 74-9-12 per D/C #3051
CHAPEL, Julia A.
d. 20 Mar 1916 D-23-04-08
"Mrs. Julia Chapel dies--Member of Grand Army Ladies' Circle was 67 Years Old--Mrs. Julia Chapel, a resident of the Old People's Home, died yesterday at the institution at the age of 67 years, following an illness of two weeks. She had been in the home for a month.
Mrs. Chapel came to Oregon ten years ago from Illinois. She has been a widow for several years, living at Twenty-second and `D' street. She was a member of the ladies' circle of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Surviving her are two brothers, F.E. Barker of Salem and George B. Barker of Poney, Mont. and a sister, Mrs. Mary Lakins of Sycamore, Ill. She also leaves four nieces and two nephews.
The funeral will be held Wednesday at 10:30 o'clock from the chapel of Rigdon & Richardson. Rev. Mr. Rosebrau will officiate and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 21, 1916 1:1
CHAPMAN, Arthur J.
d. 11 Apr 1905 D-27-02-07
m'd; 67yrs old; surveyor; s/o Wm. W. & Margaret (Ingham) Chapman; died at O.S.I.A from exhaustion of dementia per D/C #5100
CHAPMAN, Bonetta May
b. 12 Jun 1924
d. 13 Jun 1924 OLD 100-07
d/o of George and May (Leff) Chapman; lived 14 hours per D/C #444
CHAPMAN, Esther M.
b. 16 Apr 1897
d. 29 Aug 1982 A-40-02-03
on marker w/Gail L. Chapman
"Chapman--Esther M., of Milwaukie; mother of Mildred Miller, Milwaukie; sister of Mrs. John (Claire) Rearden, Milwaukie and Emma Broughton, Gladstone; 3 grandchildren, 6 great grand-children. Services 10 am Thursday, Peake Memorial Chapel, Milwaukie. Private interment Lee Mission cemetery, Salem." Oreg Aug 31, 1982 D12:3
CHAPMAN, Gail L.
b. 24 May 1895
d. 15 May 1977 A-40-02-04
on marker w/Esther M Chapman
"Gail Lewis Chapman, a retired Portland Traction Co. and Rose City Transit bus driver, died Sunday in a Clackamas hospital after a long illness.
Funeral will be at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Peake Memorial Chapel, Milwaukie. Private burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.
Mr. Chapman, born May 24, 1895, in Dodge City, Kan., lived in Los Angeles and Albuquerque, N.M., before moving to Portland in 1921. He moved to Milwaukie in 1934 and lived the rest of his life there. His address was 3723 SE Pinehurst Ave.
He is survived by his wife, Esther; daughter, Mildred B. Miller, Milwaukie, three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
The family suggests that remembrance be contributions to the Oak Grove United Methodist Church, Milwaukie." Oreg May 17, 1977 13A:1
b. 05 Jul 1836
d. 30 Jul 1914 OLD 122-06
m'd; d/o William Grange; died of cancer of throat per D/C #3601
CHAPMAN, Miss (Mary?)
d. 1890s OLD 122-06
Per Record of Interment #149
CHASE, Alta Marie
b. 14 Sep 1860
d. 02 Apr 1950 D-15-02-03
"Death Claims Mrs. Chase--Mrs. Alta Marie Chase, Willamette valley resident nearly 50 years, died Sunday in Salem. She was 89.
Mrs. Chase, was born Sept. 14, 1860, in New York and came here in 1891. She resided recently at 871 N. 17th st.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Wilcox, Eugene, and Mrs. Beulah Hewitt, Seattle; a brother, Elmer Brown, McMinnville; and a sister, Mrs. Lillie Sischo, Salem.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with Dr. Chester W. Hamblin officiating. Concluding services will be in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Apr 3, 1950 5:5
b. 16 Feb 1846
d. 03 Feb 1925 OLD 190-03
"Chase-At the residence, 1309 Waller street, Feb. 3, Mrs. Belinda G. Chase, age 78. She was the mother of J.B. Hileman, Mrs. C.D. Purvine and V.M. Zenas McElroy Chase, all of Salem. She is also survived by four grand-children. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Feb. 5, at 10 a.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 4, 1925 5:3
CHASE, Elmore Y.
b. 06 Mar 1831
d. 23 Dec 1917 OLD 190-04
Ass't Surgn 13th Ohio Inf
"Aged Physician Passes Beyond--Dr. Elmer Y. Chase Dies at Salem Home Sunday at Age 86 Years--Dr. Elmer Y. Chase, 86-year old, died at his residence in Salem, 265 North Commercial street, Sunday. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock from the funeral chapel of Webb & Clough, with interment at Lee Mission cemetery.
Elmore Y. Chase, eldest son of Katherine Rosencrantz and Rev. E.B. Chase of the Methodist church, was born in Delmare county, Ohio, March 6, 1831. At the age of 16 years after a short term in the Ohio Wesleyan university, he entered the office of Dr. Z.C. McElroy in Zanesville, Ohio, as a student of medicine. After eight years' work and study, two of which was spent in a drug store, he graduated from Miamie Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1854. Settling in Galena, Ohio, was married to Miss Jennette Huntley, moved to Zanesville, Ohio, and at the beginning of the Civil War entered the army as assistant surgeon, Thirteenth Ohio regiment volunteers, serving a year in the field, was then put in charge of hospital No. 8 in Nashville, Tenn., and made a staff surgeon. He was ordered to Washington and after several months service, his health failing, was sent to Vancouver, Wash. During service on Pacific coast he was stationed at various posts in Oregon and Washington and promoted to rank of major. Finally he was ordered home, after repeated requests for more active service, reaching New York just as peace was declared. He was sent to serve where a new post was building at Fort Decota, at Sioux Falls, in May, 1886. He was ordered out and honorably discharged with rank of lieutenant colonel brevet; took service as acting assistant surgeon United States of America and was sent to San Juan, Texas. Later he was sent to Vancouver; still later sent to Fort Colville where he also served as Indian agent. In the fall of 1869 he resigned from the service and located in Salem, entering into partnership with Dr. Carpenter, from that time has lived in Salem.
For a time he was professor of toxicology in Willamette university; was honorary member of Muskingum county, Ohio, medical society; also the Marion County Medical society. After a long and varied career as physician and surgeon retired from practice several years ago. Some years after locating in Salem his wife died. In 1879 he was married to Mrs. Belinda G. Hileman, Vancouver, Wash., who with a son, Zenas M., now serving in the medical department Thirteenth Infantry U.S.A., two step children, Mrs. C.D. Purvine and J.B. Hileman, surviving." OS Dec 25, 1917 6:3-4
CHASE, Harry P.
d. 29 Apr 1927 D-15-02-02
"Chase--At his home, 1071 N. 17th street, Harry P. Chase, age 64 years, husband of Alta M.; father of Mrs. Lucile Wilcox of Eugene and Mrs. Beulah Hewitt of Seattle; brother of J.S. Chase of Merrill, Or., and James L. Chase of Tacoma, Wash.; grandfather of Herbert Hewitt of Seattle. Funeral announcements later by Rigdon & Son." CJ Apr 29, 1927 11:8
d. Feb 1908 OLD 146-12
burial Feb 11, 1908 per Record of Interment #428
CHASE, J. Irving
d. 01 Oct 1899 D-26-04-01
"Chase--At the residence of Mrs. R.M. Roork, in this city, at 10:30 p.m. Sunday, October 1, 1899, J. Irving Chase, aged 39 years, of con-sumption.
Funeral services will be held at the house at 2 o'clock this afternoon and burial will be had in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 3, 1899 8:6
b. 03 Mar 1830 Pine Grove, Warren Co, Penn
d. 23 Apr 1908 D-15-02-01
"Interment Today--The remains of Mrs. A.S. Chase, who died Thursday evening at the family residence at Seventeenth and Nebraska streets, of dropsy, will be laid to rest at 2 o'clock this afternoon in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 25, 1908 4:4 d/o Vansular & Laura (Bergett) Thompson; widow; born PA; died of cancer of liver and upper bowel per D/C #6633
d. 22 Jun 1905 OLD 153-03
b. & d. Portland from premature birth per Record of Interment #457
CHERRINGTON, Gertrude E.
d. 03 Oct 1922 C-39-02-08
"Cherrington--Gertrude E., at a local hospital October 3 at the age of 49 years. She is survived by her husband, E.W. Cherrington, and son, David W. Cherrington. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, at the Webb & Clough chapel. Rev. H.F. Pemberton will conduct the services. Interment at the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 4, 1922 3:5
CHILDS, Clinton D.
d. 09 Jun 1942 C-38-01-06
Thy word is a light unto my feet
on marker w/Phoebe M. Childs
"Clinton D. Childs, former resident of 374 North 18th street, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lydia Isom in Brownsville, Tuesday, June 9, at the age of 70 years. Survived also by daughters, Miss Isabel Childs, Mrs. Helen de Lespinasse, both of Salem; sons, Thomas W. of Portland and Frank E. Childs of Minneapolis; one sister, Mrs. C.E. Roberts of Marble Rock, Iowa, and four grandchildren. Funeral services Thursday, June 11, at 2 p.m., from Clough-Barrick chapel, Rev. W. Irvin Williams officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 10, 1942 5:2
CHILDS, Phoebe May
b. 17 Feb 1878
d. 20 Oct 1940 C-38-01-05
Her children shall rise up to call her blessed
on marker w/Clinton D. Childs
"Mrs. Phoebe May Childs, at her residence, 374 North 18th street, Salem, Sunday, October 20, at the age of 62 years. Wife of Clinton D. Childs of Salem; mother of Mrs. Lydia Isom of Brownsville, Miss Isabel Childs of Salem, Mrs. Helen de Lespinasse of Adrian, Ore., Thomas W. of Portland and Frank E. of Minneapolis, Minn.; sister of William T. Gregg of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Carl F. Miller of Vancouver, Wash., Mrs. E.E. Reynolds of Elk River, Minn.; also three grandchildren survive. Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Tuesday, October 22, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. W. Irvin Williams officiating. Concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 20, 1940 5:2 born Brownsville, MI; d/o Frank C. & Lydia (Foreman) Gregg per D/C #894
CHRISMAN, Baby Girl
b. 17 Mar 1950
d. 17 Mar 1950 C-43-02-05
"Baby Girl Chrisman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Chrisman, Salem route 7, Box 407D, at a local hospital, March 17. Also survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Chrisman and Mr. and Mrs. William Bronson, all of Salem. Private graveside services were held at Lee Mission cemetery Monday, March 20. Direction by Clough-Barrick company." OS Mar 21, 1950 10:2
d. 07 Jun 1892 OLD 105-01
age 34 per Record of Interment #43
CHRISTENSEN, Leonard C.W.
d. 21 Apr 1980 RA-43-07
on marker w/Myrtle R. Christensen
"Leonard Christensen, 73, of 3898 Auborn Road NE died Monday in a local nursing home.
He was born in Sioux Falls, S.D. He had lived in Salem since 1956, working as a car salesman.
Survivors include daughters, Doris Eiler, Buena Park, Calif., and Betty Nelson, Salem; sons, Robert Christensen, Renton, Wash., Merlyn Christensen, Hudson, N.H., and Ralph Olsen, Sioux Falls, S.D.; sister, Fern Anderson, Sioux Falls, S.D.; 10 grand-children; and five great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Interment will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Apr 23, 1980 1C:2
CHRISTENSEN, Myrtle Rosetta
d. 18 Oct 1970 RA-43-08
on marker w/Leonard C.W. Christensen
"Myrtle Rosetta Christensen, 72, of 193 McNary Ave. NW, died Sunday in a Salem hospital.
A native of Sioux Falls, S.D., she came here in 1962. She was a member of the Lutheran Church.
Surviving are her widower, Leonard, Salem; a daughter, Mrs. Alvar Nelson, Salem; a son, Ralph N. Olsen, Sioux Falls; two brothers, both out of state; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Services are pending at Rigdon's Colonial Chapel." CJ Oct 19, 1910 27:5
d. Jun 2012 RC-10-02
b. 20 Dec 1967
d. 14 Jun 2012 RC-12-21
CLAPP, Helen Smith
d. 06 Apr 1934 OLD 158-05
"At the residence in Seattle, Wash., April 6, Mrs. Helen A. Clapp, at the age of 67 years. Leaves one brother, Vern Smith of Salem. Funeral announcements later by the Rigdon compmany." OS Apr 8, 1934 5:2
d. Nov 2009 RC-35-06
b. 08 Jan 1907
d. 08 Jan 1907 D-24-04-04
Infant of Herbert & Nona (Walker) Clark; premature birth, three months per D/C #2726 See: Obit below
b. 08 Jan 1907
d. 08 Jan 1907 D-24-04-02
"Funeral of Clark Twins--The infant twins of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clark were buried yesterday in the Lee Mission cemetery. The parents have the sympathy of many friends in the hour of their bereavement." DOS Jan 11, 1907 5:4 Infant of Herbert & Nona (Walker) Clark per D/C #2726
CLARK, John Warren
d. 20 Sep 1931 A-42-04-08
"Rev. John Warren Clark, 74, a resident of the Steiwer neighborhood for 22 years, died at his home four miles north of Jefferson on the Pacific highway, Sunday evening, Sept. 20. He had been in ill health for a long time.
He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Ella Williams of Bakersfield, Calif., and one nephew, George C. Clark of Portland. His wife died four years ago.
Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning from the Terwilliger Funeral home in Salem. The Rev. Cadwell of the Missionary Alliance church, of which Rev. Clark was a member, conducted the services. Pallbearers were Paul Harris, Jake Hockspeier, William Eulrich, Fred Ramey, Charles Oleman, and George Weaver of Portland. Interment was in the Mission cemetery at Salem." JR Sep 25, 1931 1:6
CLARK, Marion T.
d. 01 Sep 1950 C-46-02-19
"Marion T. Clark, late resident of 891 S. Capitol st., at a local hospital September 1. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Shields, Salem, and three grandsons, Everett Dale Shields, Salem, Mervil Darrel Shields, Tahiti, French Oceania, and Harvey Marion Clark, Little Sioux, Iowa. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, September 6, at 10 a.m. at Lee Mission cemetery. Direction by Clough-Barrick company." OS Sep 4, 1950 8:3
CLARK, Mary A. Herrell
d. 22 Mar 1894 A-36-02-08
"Clark--At No. 478 High street, Salem, March 22, 1894, at 1 o'clock p.m., Mrs. Mary A. Clark, aged 69 years.
The cause of Mrs. Clark's death was paralysis, having been stricken down about a week ago. She was the mother of fourteen children--eight of whom are living, being Thos., Jos. G. and Geo. of Douglas county, B.B., of Crook county, Mrs. Anna Southwell and Julia B. Young of Wasco county, Sarah Coats of Douglas county and Mary Long of Salem.
The funeral services will be held at the residence at 2 p.m. today and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 23, 1894 4:5
d/o Herrell; m1. Creel?; m2. 1841 George H. Clark, pioneer of 1853; m3. James Parrish; originally settled in Lane Co in 1853
b. 29 Apr 1874
d. 15 Jun 1957 D-24-04-05
"Late resident of 296 N. 14th. Survived by son, Kenneth Clark, and four grandchildren. Sister, Mrs. Minnie Sperry of Salem. Services will be held Tuesday, June 18th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery. The Rev. Harold Lyman officiating." OS Jun 16, 1957 5:2
CLARK, Sarah Jane
b. 18 Sep 1866
d. 10 Sep 1927 A-42-04-07
"Clark--At a local hospital Sept. 10, 1927, Sarah Jane Clark age 60 years. Survived by her husband J. Warren Clark, Route 1, Jefferson, two sisters, Mrs. A.J. Elliot, Salem, Mrs. W.A. Trenhaile, Bloomfield, Neb. Adopted son, Geo. C. Clark, Portland and a brother George L. Hans, of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Clark were life workers in the Christian Missionary Alliance. Funeral services will be from the Terwilliger Funeral Home, 770 Chemeketa St. Monday at 2 p.m. Committal in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Sep 10, 1927 9:8 d/o F.H. & Sarah (Waldren) Hans per D/C #704
CLARK, William Herbert
b. 19 Sep 1865
d. 13 Jul 1952 D-24-04-06
"W. Clark, 85, Former Store Keeper, Dies--Funeral services for W.H. Clark, 85, Oregon pioneer who died at his home Sunday, will be held today at 1:30 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon Chapel.
Born in Andover, Hampshire, England, Clark came to the United States with his parents in 1872 and lived in Michigan for five years. His parents migrated West in 1878 and settled in East Salem, near the present airport.
In 1903 Clark was married to Nona Walker and they moved to 296 N. 24th St., where they had lived since. In 1911 he bought a grocery store at 2290 State St., and operated there until retirement in 1946. Since that time his son, Kenneth, has operated the business.
Survivors include the widow; daughter, Mrs. Gladys Beardsley; son, Kenneth Clark, of Salem; sister, Mrs. Anne Shedeck, all of Salem, and four grandchildren.
Concluding services will be held in Lee Mission Cemetery, the Rev. W. Harold Lyman officiating." OS Jul 16, 1952 11:2
CLAUSEN, M. Emma
b. 10 Feb 1852
d. 17 Aug 1880 OLD 150-04
"Died-Miss Emma Clawson, sister of Mrs. L.G. Adair, now residing at Eugene City, died in Portland last Tuesday morning. Her remains will be brought today on the 10:20 train, and buried in the Lee cemetery, in the afternoon. Miss Clawson was formerly a teacher in the public schools in Portland." DOS Aug 19, 1880 3:3
b. 04 Jun 1891
d. 21 Jan 1932 A-35-04-02
"In this city, Thursday, January 21, Mrs. Edith Claxton, 40. Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Alice Harden; one sister, Mrs. E.J. Raymond of Salem; six brothers, J.W., Charles, Ernest, and Fred Barker of Salem, James and William Barker of Portland. Funeral services from Clough-Barrick mortuary Saturday, January 23, at 3 o'clock, Rev. H.B. Fouke, officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 23, 1932 5:3 d/o J.M. Barker per D/C #59
d. Reserved RA-43-05
d. Reserved RA-43-06
b. 03 Dec 1907
d. 24 Jul 1998 RA-44-08
on marker w/James Clayton
CLAYTON, James Willard
b. 21 Jun 1904
d. 30 Jul 1975 RA-44-07
on marker w/Eleanor Clayton
"James Willard Clayton, 71, 2202 Ellis Ave. NE, died Wednesday in a local hospital.
Born in Idaho, he came to Salem 40 years ago. He was a pharmacist and representative for a pharmaceutical company.
Survivors include widow Eleanor E.; daughters Mrs. Leslie Fieber of Corvallis and Mrs. Pamela Toelle; son John M.; sister Myrnie Neil of Corvallis; one brother and 10 grand-children.
Private graveside services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Lee Mission Cemetery, under direction of Barrick mortuary." OS Aug 1, 1975 22:4
CLEAVER, Columbus C.
d. 17 Jul 1906 D-07-03-01
on marker w/Nancy Pendleton Cleaver
"Cleaver--At the family home on D street in Englewood addition, Tuesday, July 17, 1906, at 1 a.m., Columbus Cleaver, aged 61 years, of heart trouble.
The deceased, who has been a resident of Salem for many years, leaves a wife and six children to mourn his death. The children are Misses Gertrude, Grace and Edith M., and Mesers. Earl, Archie and Charles Cleaver. The sons are all residents of San Francisco and the latter two are expected to arrive in this city tomorrow morning. Earl has been here for several days.
The funeral will be held from the home at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, Rev. W.H. Selleck officiating, and the remains will be laid to rest in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 18, 1906 4:5
CLEAVER, Earl A.
d. 23 Jun 1911 D-07-03-04
"Funeral This Afternoon-The body of Earl Cleaver, aged 23 years, who died in San Francisco, Sunday evening of heart failure, arrived in Salem this morning on the 5:15 Southern Pacific train. The funeral will be held from the home of his mother, corner of 18th and D streets Friday afternoon. Earl Cleaver was a well known Salem lad, being born in this city. He left the Capital City about a year ago in quest of better health, but for the six months previous to his death he had been ill. He is the son of Mrs. Nancy Cleaver of Englewood. Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jun 22, 1911 5:2
CLEAVER, Nancy Pendleton
d. 08 Feb 1916 D-07-03-02
on marker w/Columbus C. Cleaver
"Pioneer Is Dead--Mrs. Cleaver Came to Oregon in Early Days--Woman Who Crossed Plains When a Child, Dies at Age of 63, Leaving Many Relatives--Mrs. C. Cleaver, a long-time resident of Oregon, died suddenly yesterday afternoon at 3:30 at her home, 1690 North D street, aged 63 years. Funeral arrangements will be made upon the arrival of relatives from San Francisco.
Mrs. Cleaver came to Oregon when a small child, crossing the plains and settled with parents, her father being Willis Pendleton of Silverton. Her husband died in 1906.
She is survived by the following relatives: Three daughters, Mrs. Grace Mickleson, Mrs. W.R. Kane and Mrs. Gertrude Brotherton, all of Salem; two sons, Charles and Arch Cleaver of San Francisco; five sisters, Mrs. S. Evelyn Ryder of Salem, Mrs. Emma Buffe of Silverton, Mrs. Mary Barton of Chemawa, Mrs. Liza Gibson and Mrs. Ann Schmeer of Portland." OS Feb 9, 1916 1:3
CLEMENTS, John L.
b. 26 Oct 1887
d. 14 Feb 1963 C-44-01-03
"John Lucas Clements, of 1434 Ferry St. SE, died Thursday at his residence. He was born in Georgia.
Survivors include sons Percy Clements, Salem, and James Clements, St. Louis, Mo. and a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Turner, Jacksonville, Fla.
Arrangements are pending at W.T. Rigdon mortuary." OS Feb 15, 1963 5:1
b. 24 Nov 1919
d. 10 Apr 2000 RA-01-05
"November 24, 1919 - April 10, 2000--Percy Clements, 80, of Salem died Monday. He was born in Miller, Ga., and was a harvester for many years, traveling by train. He also did landscaping. He enjoyed fishing, gardening and traveling. Survivors include his sister, Mildred Turner of Jacksonville, Fla. Visiting will be noon to 6 p.m. today at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors. Services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ online
CLESTER, Baby Boy
d. 08 May 1949 C-47-01-14
"Baby Boy Clester, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Clester, Jr., Detroit, at a local hospital May 8. Also survived by sister, Bonita Clester, Detroit; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lalack, Dallas, and Mrs. Charles Clester, Sr., Detroit. Private services will be held Tuesday, May 10, direction by Howell-Edwards Company." OS May 10, 1949 5:1
[buried in grave 14 for babies]
CLEVELAND, Archie Day
b. 28 Sep 1923 Cheney, WA
d. 23 Jul 2009 Salem, OR RA-25-01
Archie was survived by his wife of 61 years, Marjorie; his daughters, Chrissie Tenderella of Hawaii and Connie Huffman of Baker City; sons, Michael Cleveland of Bend and Gary Cleveland of Lebanon; 8 grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren. Private family graveside services were held at Jason Lee Cemetery.
CLEVELAND, Gertrude Enid
b. 28 Oct 1916
d. 13 Sep 1994 RA-36-10
on marker w/Richard C. Cleveland
"Gertrude Enid Alexander Cleveland, 78, died Tuesday morning in a Salem care center.
She was born in Redwood County, Minn., and lived in Seattle during the 1930s. She also lived in Portland before moving to Salem in 1940.
She worked for Castle and Cook Cannery for 21 years and belonged to the Teamsters Local No. 670 and the Salem Latin Assembly of God Church. She was enrolled in senior citizen's Spanish courses at Chemeketa Community College at various times over 18 years.
She wrote her life story, The Broken Twig, and it's supplement, The Broken Twig Lives. She also wrote three other books and over 500 poems, some of which were published in Christian magazines. She belonged to the Salem Writers Association and enjoyed flower gardening and home canning.
In 1942 she married Richard E. Cleveland; he died in 1969.
Survivors include her foster daughter, Beverly T. Johnson of Salem; and brother, Clarence Alexander of Salem.
Visiting will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday in Barrick mortuary. Memorial services will begin at 3 p.m. Saturday in Salem Latin Assembly of God Church on the corner of 15th and Mill St. SE. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ Sep 14, 1994 2B:6 w/photo
b. 17 Feb 1928
d. May 2014 RA -25-01
CLEVELAND, Richard E.
d. 10 Jan 1969 RA-36-09
on marker w/Gertrude E. Cleveland
"Richard E. Cleveland, 58, 455 Rose St. NE, died of pneumonia Friday in a Salem hospital.
A native of Shelton, Neb., he came to Salem with his parents as an infant. Except for a short time in Washington, he lived in the Salem area all his life.
He was employed as a waxman with ABC Window Cleaners. He was a member of Foursquare Church.
Surviving are the widow Gertrude; brother Harold, Portland; sister Evaline Strasser, Oregon City.
Services are pending at Barrick mortuary." OS Jan 11, 1969 9:9
CLIFFORD, Ida May
d. 05 Aug 1956 C-45-04-03
"Ida Clifford Succumbs At Age of 92-Mrs. Ida Clifford, formerly of 1548 Mission St., died Monday in a Salem hospital at the age of 92.
Mrs. Clifford moved to the Mission Street address about 1937 from Oregon City and lived there until recently when she moved to a nursing home. She was the widow of George Clifford.
She leaves a son, Ben Clifford, Salem, a sister in McMinnville and two grandsons.
Arrangements are pending at Rigdon's mortuary." OS Aug 7, 1956 4:5
CLIFTON, Alvin Johanas
b. 06 Jun 1916
d. 29 Jul 1985 RA-10-03
"Alvin Johanas Clifton, 69, of Salem, died Monday.
He was born in Bremen, N.D., and was a paint contractor.
Survivors include his mother, Alvilda Bruvik, Salem; brothers, John M., Deer River, Minn., and Louis, St. Paul, Minn.; and sisters, Mary L. Engelman, Salem, and Lorraine A. Peterson, Livermore, Calif.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Jul 31, 1985 2B:3
CLIMIE, Baby Boy
d. 08 Jun 1955 C-43-00-00
s/o John B. & Bernice M. (Munson) Climie; died Jun 8, 1955; buried Jun 13, 1955 by Barrick FH Records
[listed as Baby Clynice in some records]
CLINE, Ewing Morris
b. 07 Apr 1884 Emmitsburg, IA
d. 17 Oct 1890 REMOVED
s/o Rev. C.E. Cline; diphtheria; was buried in DS but later rRemoved to Portland; obit OS Oct 18, 1890 4:3
CLOUGH, Adella M.
d. 03 Oct 1934 OLD 174-04
on marker w/Aldine M. Clough
"Adella M. Clough at her residence at 850 N. Church street, Oct. 3, at the age of 79 years. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Harley Pugh of Salem, Mrs. Roy Bryant of Portland and Mrs. Rex Bishop of San Francisco; two grandsons, Howard Pugh of Salem and Arthur Bishop of San Francisco; one brother, Eldridge Ryder of Salem. Mrs. Clough was the widow of the late A.M. Clough, founder of Clough-Barrick company. Funeral services will be held from the Clough-Barrick company chapel Saturday, Oct. 6 at 2 p.m. Dr. W.C. Kantner officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 6, 1934 5:1 d/o Morgan & Louisa (Wanless) Ryder per D/C #649
CLOUGH, Aldine M.
b. 04 Sep 1850
d. 27 Apr 1932 OLD 174-03
on marker w/Adella M. Clough
"Clough Services To Be Saturday--Pioneer Mortician, Salem Resident Since 1876, Called by Death--Funeral services for A.M. Clough, pioneer mortician and resident of Salem for the past 56 years, who died at his home at 850 North Church street Wednesday, will be held from the Clough-Barrick funeral parlors Saturday, April 30, at 2:30 with Rev. Kantner officiating. Music will be furnished by the Clough-Barrick quartet. Graveside services will be held by the Odd Fellows lodge with interment in the Lee Mission cemetery.
Mr. Clough was born September 4, 1850 in St. Johnsbury, Vt. He came to Salem in May, 1876, after receiving his education in the public school of Iowa and the academy at Waukon, Iowa. He has been a resident here ever since, and has been in the mortuary business during virtually all of that time. In point of years of services he was the senior mortician of the entire state. For the past few years he has been affiliated with the Clough-Barrick company, and before that time was connected with F.J. Babcock and later with U.J. Lehman.
Clough was a member of both the Odd Fellows lodge and Woodmen of the World. Starting in 1888 he served in the capacity of Marion county coroner for 26 1/2 years.
Surviving him are his widow, Adella; three daughters, Mrs. Harley Pugh of Salem, Mrs. W.R. Bishop of San Francisco and Mrs. W.L. Bryant of Portland; two grandchildren, Howard Pugh of Salem, and Arthur Bishop of San Francisco; two brothers, William of Des Moines, Iowa and Fernando of Elk Falls, Kansas.
The body will lie in state at the Clough-Barrick parlors until the time of the funeral on Saturday." OS Apr 28, 1932 5:5 w/photo See also: OS Apr 29, 1932 5:3 s/o Gardner & Laura (Joslyn) Clough per D/C #316
CLOUGH, Arthur B.
b. 1878 Salem, OR
d. 16 Nov 1883 OLD 174-01
5y16d son of A.M. & A. Clough
Died from scarlet fever; s/o A.M. Clough per Record of Interment #38
b. 13 Oct 1874 Cresco, IA
d. 29 Nov 1883 OLD 174-02
9y1m16d dau of A.M. & A.
d/o A.M. Clough; no further information per Record of Interment #39
CLURE, Helen Lucille
d. 18 May 1949 C-46-02-04
"In this city May 18, Helen Lucile Clure, late resident of Portland, at the age of 21 years. Daughter of Vivian Pirtle of Portland. Services will be held at the W.T. Rigdon chapel Tuesday, May 24, at 3 p.m. with concluding services in the Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. R.W. Engstrom of Portland will officiate." CJ May 23, 1949 15:8
CLYATT, Wilbur F.
d. 04 Jul 1913 D-13-01-02
"Clyatt--At a local hospital, yesterday, July 4, 1913, at 12:30 p.m., Wilbur F. Clyatt, aged 39 years.
The funeral will be held today at 4 o'clock p.m. at Rigdon & Richardson's undertaking parlors. The interment will take place at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 5, 1913 5:5
COBINE, Richard Carlton
b. 20 Jul 1915
d. 24 Mar 1923 C-39-04-02
s/o Richard E. & Cleo May (Savage) Cobine; b. Springfield, OR; died of epilepsy at State Institution for Feeble Minded per D/C #230
COCHRAN, Doris Mae
d. 31 Oct 1975 RA-23-05
"Late resident of 4435 Hager St. SE, Salem, Fri. Oct. 31 in residence at the age of 66 yrs. Survived by husband, Glen T. Cochran, Salem, Ore.; daughter, Mrs. Betty Patterson, Portland, Ore.; son, Robert Ensminger, Salem, Ore.; sisters, Clarice Stewart, Salem, Ore., Helen Pierpoint, Eugene, Ore.; brothers George Drakeley, Seattle, Wash., Bill Drakeley, Salem, Ore., Ray Drakeley McAllen, Texas. Five grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive. Services will be Tues. Nov. 4 at 1:30 p.m. in the Barrick Chapel, 205 Church SE. Interment, Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 2, 1975 III:32:3
COCHRAN, Glen T.
b. 02 Sep 1912
d. 25 Apr 2003 RA-23-06
COCHRAN, Margret A.
d. 09 Oct 1942 A-42-04-03
on marker w/Robert C. Cochran
"Mrs. Margaret Cochran at the age of 82 years, Wednesday, December 9, at the residence, 1328 Eighth street, Oregon City. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Anna Astill, Salem, Mrs. Rieta Pfeiffer of Pasadena, Calif.; four sons, William Cochran, Bellingham, Wash., James Cochran, Salem, Samuel Cochran of New Kensington, Pa., and Russell Cochran of Oregon City; one brother, Samuel Crooks, New Kensington, Pa.; 15 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral services Friday, December 11, at 2 p.m., from Clough-Barrick chapel. Rev. W. Irvin William will officiate, with interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Dec 11, 1942 5:1
COCHRAN, Robert Emmett
d. 20 Oct 1928 A-42-04-04
on marker w/Margret A. Cochran
"Robert E. Cochran, 72, a resident of this community for 16 years, died Saturday in his residence on the Garden Road. Mr. Cochran was a member of the First Presbyterian church of this city. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Margaret A. Cochran; four sons, James B. and Russel R. Cochran of Salem, William L. Cochran of Bellingham, Wash., Samuel M. Cochran of Arnold, Pa., and two daughters, Mrs. Aaron Astill of Salem and Mrs. Albert Pfeiffer of Pennsylvania. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. from the Clough-Huston company's chapel, Dr. Norman K. Tully officiating. Burial will be in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Oct 23, 1928 3:4
b. 31 Aug 1816 Zanesville, OH
d. 16 May 1900 Denver, Colo OLD 123-02
dau of Rev. William Gurley & wife of Rev. Thomas Cochran
on marker w/Thos. Cochran
"Buried Yesterday--Funeral services over the remains of the late Mrs. Susan Cochran were held in the First Methodist church at 10:30 o'clock yesterday morning, but owing to the indefinitenes of the time for holding the funeral, the services were not very largely attended. Rev. John Parsons officiated and, after brief services, the remains were taken to Lee Mission cemetery, where they were given interment beside those of her husband, Thos. Cochran. Classes at Willamette University were excused for the forenoon as a mark of respect to Prof. L.G. Cochran, a son of the deceased, and a former member of the university faculty." OS May 22, 1900 1:5
COCHRAN, Thomas Rev.
b. 19 Apr 1820 Cambridge, VT
d. 10 Aug 1898 Salem, Oregon OLD 123-01
on marker w/Susan Cochran
Together they spent 54 years in the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
They rest from their labors and their works do follow them.
COLEFF, James P.
d. 14 Dec 1948 C-47-01-17
Died in Marion Co. per Death Index
COLEMAN, Ethel Frazier
b. 04 Apr 1896
d. 25 Mar 1989 RA-01-22
"Ethel Frazier Coleman, 92, of Salem died Saturday.
She was born in Goose Neck Creek, Polk County, and graduated from Salem High School and Oregon Agricultural College. She taught school in the Salem area before working as an assistant to the late Sen. Charles McNary in Washington, D.C., for two years. When she returned to Salem she was secretary to the superintendent of the newly formed Oregon State Police Department. She retired in 1960 after 30 years with the department. She married Charlie C. Coleman on Jan. 3, 1937, in Salem. She was a member of Jason Lee Methodist Church and Pi Beta Phi sorority. Survivors include her husband.
Services will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Barrick mortuary, Salem. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association." SJ Mar 27, 1989 2B:6
COLEMAN, John J.
d. 01 Jul 1950 C-18-02-02
"John J. Coleman, late resident of 640 Jefferson st., in this city, July 1, at the age of 93. Survived by wife, Olive Coleman, and daughter, Mrs. Ora Menuey, both of Salem; also by 10 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Services will be Monday, July 3, at 3 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with the Rev. Wesley Turner officiating. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 3, 1950 10:6
d. 22 May 1900 D-26-04-03
"Died--Scollett--At the family home in South Salem, Or., Tuesday, May 22, 1900, at 1 p.m., Miss Grace Scollett, aged 19 years and 5 months.
Deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Scollett, and was a bright and lovable young lady, though a sufferer for a number of years, being bedfast during the past five months. She was a devoted member of the Seventh Day Adventist church. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. today, from the Seventh Day Adventist church, on Mill street, between Cottage and Church, Elder Nellis, under whose ministration the deceased was converted, officiating. The interment was in the Lee Mission cemetery." DCJ May 23, 1900, 4:3 Note: The 1902 city directory and record of interment #269 lists spelling as Collett
COLLINS, Charles A.
b. 1834 Wyoming, NY
d. 01 Dec 1893 OLD 230-03
"A Cancer on His Lip--C.A. Collins, living on the Garden road, has had a cancer on his lower lip for years. It kept increasing in size until yesterday Dr. Cartwright, assisted by Dr. Jessup, removed the cancer. About a third of the lip had to be taken with it." DOS Nov 12, 1891 4:1
"At midnight, Friday, Dec. 1, 1893, from cancer, Charles Collins, aged 58 years.
The funeral services will be conducted from the home on the Garden road 2 1/2 miles from Salem at 2:30 p.m. today by Rev. A. L. Hutchinson of the Presbyterian church. The interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 3, 1893 5:4
COLLINS, George E.
b. 12 Jul 1875
d. 12 Oct 1884 OLD 153-04
"On Sunday, October 12, 1884, at 20 minutes to 2 o'clock, p.m., George Collins, son of Warden Collins and wife, aged 9 years and 3 months, from the indirect effects of a fall of some time since.
Funeral today at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church, Rev. J.L. Parrish officiating, thence to the Lee Mission cemetery, where the remains will be laid to rest in Rev. Waller's vault. They were embalmed yesterday. All friends of the family cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Collins have the heart-felt sympathy of the entire community in the affliction." WOS Oct 17, 1884 3:5 Record of interment #95 shows burial in OLD 153-01, not Waller's vault
COLLINS, George E.
b. Jul 1837
d. 25 Feb 1913 OLD 153-02
"Collins-At the home of his daughter in Portland, Tuesday morning, February 25, 1913, at 1:30, George E. Collins, aged 76 years.
The deceased was a resident of Salem for many years, moving to Portland only a few years ago. He was warden of the Oregon State penitentiary for several years, later becoming superintendent of that institution. He was a member of the A.O.U.W. and of the Elks of this city.
Funeral services will be held in Portland today, after which the body will be brought to Salem for burial arriving on the 1 o'clock Oregon Electric. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery. The sevices at the grave will be in charge of the Elks." DOS Feb 26, 1913 5:2
d. 05 Feb 1907 OLD 153-01
"At the family home on East State street, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday morning, February 5, 1907, Mrs. George Collins, aged 62 years, of an attack of appendicitis.
The funeral will be held from the First Methodist church at 2 p.m. tomorrow." DOS Feb 6, 1907 3:3
COLLINS, Josephine E.
d. 22 Aug 1891 OLD 230-01
"At her home, on the Garden road, at 10 o'clock a.m., Monday, August 3, 1891, Mrs. C. A. Collins, aged about 50 years.
The death of Mrs. Collins was caused by consumption. She leaves a husband and two children. The funeral services will be conducted from the house at 2 o'clock this afternoon." DOS Aug 4, 1891 4:3 born Wyoming, NY
COLPITTS, Jennavie P.
b. 05 Jul 1905
d. 29 Jul 2002 RA-32-10
COLVIN, Ida S.
d. 02 Sep 1926 OLD 212-02
"Mrs. Ida Colvin, aged 66, died in a local hospital September 2. She is survived by five sons, C.M. Fleming, southern Oregon; Dean Walker, C.C. Walker, Forrest Walker and Lewis Walker, all of Portland, and two daughters, Mrs. Ann Walker Durkin, Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Alice Walker Steen. The funeral will be held from the Terwilliger Funeral Home at 2 o'clock today. Rev. H.C. Stover will officiate and interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 4, 1926 5:7 half Indian; w/o M.A. Colvin per D/C #599
d. 1941 OLD 168-01
COLWELL, Charles H.
b. 03 May 1824 Kortright, Del Co, NY
d. 23 Mar 1884 OLD 168-03
COLWELL, Hannah Louise Howard
b. 17 Apr 1830
d. 14 Feb 1917 OLD 168-02
"Mrs. Howard Is Dead At Age of 86 Years--Mrs. Hannah Louisa Howard, who had lived almost continuously for forty-two years in Salem at 2147 State street, died yesterday at the family residence at the age of 86 years. She came to Oregon from Iowa in 1876.
Mrs. Howard was born in New York state, April 17, 1830. She has been the widow of Charles H. Colwell for thirty-two years. Surviving her are three daughters, Mrs. A.A. Burton and Mrs. J.W. McKinney of Salem, and Mrs. C.E. Lum of North Yakima. She also leaves a brother, John Howard of Clinton, Iowa.
The funeral will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the chapel of Webb & Clough. The services will be conducted by Rev. G.F. Holt of the First Baptist church and burial will be in the family lot at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 15, 1917 6:6 d/o Calvin & Elizabeth (Smith) Howard per D/C #76
d. OLD 168-04
b. 25 Jun 1828
d. 01 Aug 1919 C-47-03-02
"Mrs. Colwell Laid to Rest in Lee Mission Cemetery--The funeral services for the late Mrs. Jane Colwell who died Friday, August 1, were held yesterday afternoon from the Rigdon chapel and were conducted by the Rev. H.N. Aldrich. Burial was in Lee Mission cemetery.
Mrs. Colwell was 91 years of age at the time of her death and had been at the hospital for over a year. She formerly made her home with W. Keethy of West Stayton. She leaves to mourn her death a niece, Mrs. R.J. Thompson of Central Point." OS Aug 3, 1919 4:4
COLWELL, Lois Maudine
b. 13 Jul 1919
d. 12 Dec 1919 OLD 112-08
d/o C.C & Hazel (Welch) Colwell; died from tonsilitis complications per D/C #693
b. 15 Nov 1853
d. 15 Nov 1946 C-47-01-03
"In this city November 15, Lawrence Comer, late resident of 2360 North Church street, at the age of 93 years. Survived by seven children, Minnie Amos of Commanche, Texas, Walter Comer, of Devils Lake, N.D., Arch Comer of Sheyenne, N.D., Laura Brammer of Hannibal, Mo., Etta Dodson of Elgin, Okla., and Earl Comer and Ernest Comer, both of Salem. Services will be held Monday, November 18, at 1:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel. Concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 17, 1946 5:1
See: RHODES, Lulu
d. 03 Apr 1951 C-43-02-15
"Baby Girl Cone, at a local hospital, April 3. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Cone of Salem; sister, Louise Cone of Salem; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Wilson of Portland and Mrs. G.R. Cone of Salem; great-grandmother Mrs. E.L. Smith of Vancouver, Wash. Announcement of services later by the Clough-Barrick chapel." OS Apr 4, 1951 13:5
d. 10 Jan 1905 D-25-04-01
"This morning of heart trouble, at 548 State street, William Conney, aged 42 years. Deceased was a native of Petersborough, Canada, where he has parents, and other relatives living.
About 18 months ago he came to Marion, this county, since which time he has been employed on the wood ranch of T.E. Cornelius, near Marion, until two months ago, when illness made it necessary for him to come to Salem for treatment.
The funeral services will be held at the residence, of T.E. Cornelius, on State street, tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Interment will take place in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 10, 1905 2:3
CONVERSE, Infant dau
b. 16 Aug 1912
d. 16 Aug 1912 OLD 139-09
d/o F.J. & Hadescah (Ohlson) Converse; lived only a few hours, was too undeveloped per D/C #2401
d. OLD 235-01
Lot owned by M.A. Cook
COOK, Arthur J.
b. 04 Apr 1842
d. 02 Feb 1919 Woodburn, Marion Co, OR D-03-02-04
Corp Co H 9 Iowa Inf 2nd marker
s/o Joseph Miller Cook and Betsey Maria Penfield
on marker w/Elsie A. Cook
"Cook Funeral Today--Services will be conducted from the Webb & Clough chapel this afternoon at 2 o'clock for Arthur J. Cook, who died at 4:30 Sunday morning. Deceased was 76 years and 9 months old. Rev. Frank Neff will conduct the services and interment will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 4, 1919 3:2 s/o Joseph & Maria (Graves-sic, actually maiden name was Penfield) Cook per D/C #106
d. Jan 1884 N/A
Per WOS Jan 9, 1885 which listed burials in Lee Mission Cemetery for the year 1884
COOK, Bertha M.
d. 06 Jul 1932 C-22-01-05
"MRS. BERTHA COOK BURIED; Clatskanie Pastor's Wife Laid to Rest in Salem-- Funeral services were held yesterday at the chapel of Bruning & Driscoll, Third and Clay streets, for Mrs. Bertha Cook, wife of Rev. Claude T. Cook of Clatskanie. Rev. Walton Skipworth officiated at the service with the assistance of Rev. L. B. Mitzner.
Burial was made in the historic Jason Lee cemetery at Salem, at the request of Mrs. Cook, who was a devoted worker in the Methodist Episcopal church, assisting her husband in his ministry. Several early Methodist Episcopal missionaries are buried in Jason Lee cemetery and several ministers and their wives recently have requested burial there.
Pallbearers at the funeral were Methodist Episcopal ministers who have been longtime friends of the family. They were, Rev. C. A. Wentsch, Rev. L. C. Poor, Rev. Ira R. Aldrich, Rev. Gilbert H. Newland, Rev. D. Lester Fields and Rev. T. B. Mitzner. Oregonian July 9, 1932 12:2 age 61; died from chronic endocarditis; burial 08 Jul 1932 per Record of Interment #1284
COOK, Claude T. Rev
d. 18 Jan 1937 C-22-01-06
"Cook-Rev. Claude T., aged 71, husband of Lillie, father of Geraldine Dotson, Portland, and Claude Cook, Helix, Or. Services Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., from the Bruning Mission Mortuary. Interment Lee Mission cemetery, Salem, Or." Oreg Jan 19, 1937 9:7
COOK, Dinah Jenette (Burrows)
b. 23 Sep 1858
d. 04 Feb 1936 D-02-01-06
d/o William Thomas Burrows and Louisa Morilla Rogers
"At Albany February 4, Jenitte Cook, at the age of 77 years. Survived by children: Mrs. Flora B. Wright of Carlton, and J.B. Cook of Cottage Grove. Nine grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, February 6, from the Free Methodist church under the direction of the W.T. Rigdon company. Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Feb 6, 1936 5:1
d. OLD 235-04
Per Old 235 plot map; owned by M.A. Cook
COOK, Elsie A.
b. 23 Mar 1845
d. 04 Dec 1913 D-03-02-03
on marker w/Arthur J. Cook
"Cook--At 464 East Harrison street, Portland, Dec. 4, 1913, Mrs. Elsie A. Cook, wife of Arthur J. Cook, of this city, aged 69 years.
The remains were brought to Salem Thursday evening and the funeral services were held at the family residence in this city, 1110 North Seventeenth street yesterday at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Cook officiated and the burial took place in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 6, 1913 3:4
b. Auburn, OH; d/o Frederick & Abigail (Whitcomb) Doolittle per Portland D/C #20
b. 16 Aug 1852
d. 31 Dec 1932 D-16-03-05
on marker w/Dr. John F. Cook
"At the residence, 1345 North Commercial street, December 31, Henrietta Schunke, aged 80 years. Leaves husband, Gustav of Salem; son, Ed Schunke of Salem; niece, Mrs. Hattie Annis of Portland. Funeral services Monday, January 2, at 2 p.m. from the German Baptist church. Interment Jason Lee cemetery, Rigdon and Son directing." OS Jan 1, 1933 13:2 d/o Fredrick & Elizabeth Sitkus; w/o Gustav Schunke; had diabetis since 1928; died from influenza per D/C #977; m1. John F. Cook; m2. Gustav Schunke
COOK, John Dempster Rev
b. 03 Jul 1856
d. 24 Apr 1920 D-02-01-05
s/o Joseph Miller Cook and Betsey Maria Penfield
"Former Salem Religious Worker Dies at Woodburn--Rev. J.B. Cook, pastor of the Bethany charge, Free Methodist church, Portland district, died at 6:30 a.m. yesterday at his home in Woodburn. Rev. Mr. Cook was a former superintendent of the Salem Commons mission on State street. He was a member of the Oregon conference.
He leaves widow. The funeral will be held at the Free Methodist church at North Winter and Market streets at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 25, 1920 3:3
COOK, John F. Dr.
b. 25 Dec 1843 Germany
d. 06 Oct 1907 D-16-03-06
on marker w/Henretta Cook
"Dr. J.F. Cook Expires After Short Illness--Well Known Salem Physician Dies As Result of Blood Poison--Dr. J.F. Cook, a well-known physician of this city, died this morning at 1 o'clock, at his residence, 340 Liberty street, after a week's illness from blood poison. He was 63 years of age, and had been a resident of Salem for the past eleven years. His former place of residence was Omaha, Nebraska. He was a member of the German Baptist church of Salem, and leaves many friends in this city.
His wife survives him, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Hatch of Hastings, Minnesota, besides a niece, Miss Hattie Cook, who for the past five years has been a member of his household.
His gradual failure of health dates back several months, when he injured his head by a fall.
No arrangements have been made for the funeral." DOS Oct 6, 1907 3:6-7 s/o J.H. Cook; m'd; born Germany; physician; died of septicemia per D/C #4909
COOK, Margaret M.
b. 19 Sep 1854
d. 12 Dec 1928 D-02-01-07
"Margaret Cook Is Honored Saturday--Woodburn, Ore., Dec. 15--(Special)--Mrs. Margaret Cook, 74, passed away at her home on East Lincoln street shortly before noon Wednesday after a short illness.
Margaret McCloude was born September 19, 1854 in Ontario, Canada, and at the age of 12 moved to Iowa. In November 1876 she was married to Luther Cook who died in 1904. In 1908 she married Cyrus Cook, brother of her first husband, and moved to Salem, Oregon in the same year.
They lived in Salem several years and then moved to a farm near Gervais. She had spent the last three years in Woodburn.
Surviving her are three brothers: David McCloude, of California; George McCloude of Sioux City, Iowa and Andrew McCloude of Plymouth, Iowa; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Byington and Mrs. Anna Ridgeway, of Plymouth, Iowa; three sons, Norman W. Cook, Gervais, Harry Cook, Jerome, Iowa, and Luther D. Cook, Salem; and two daughters, Mrs. Grace Dietzman and Mrs. Gertrude Belcher. She is also survived by her husband, 12 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the Free Methodist church with interment at Lee Mission cemetery in Salem." OS Dec 16, 1928 10:6-8
COOK, Reuben P.
b. 26 Nov 1893
d. 08 Nov 1918 D-17-03-01
"In the city, Nov. 8, 1918, Reuben P. Cook.
He was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Cyrus Cook. The services which will be private, will be held at the Webb & Clough chapel Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and will be conducted by the Rev. Johnson of the Free Methodist church. Burial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 9, 1918 10:3
COOKE, Dollie Louise
b. 12 Jun 1919
d. 05 Dec 1994 RA-41-08
Mother - Together Forever
on marker w/M.R. Cooke
"Dollie Louise Cooke, 75, of Salem died Monday.
She was born in Havre, Mont., and moved to Oregon in 1948 from Havre. She had lived in Salem since 1973.
She worked as a cook in the Salem area for several years and for a turkey growers group. She belonged to the Eagles, and enjoyed cooking and her activities with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Survivors include her daughter, Debra Cooke of Salem; sons, Ronald Green of Great Falls, Mont., and Paul and Henry Green, both of Salem, Lloyd Green of Turner, Lyle Cooke of Albany and Kenneth Cooke of Mariposa, Calif.; sister, Nellie Currie of Cambridge, Neb.; brothers, Ray Teal of Billings, Mont., and Glee "Bud" Teal of Havre; 24 grandchildren; and 28 great-grand-children.
Services will begin at 2 p.m. Friday in Barrick mortuary. Interment will follow in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Dec 08, 1994 4B:2
COOKE, Fern A. Davis
d. 27 Jun 1929 A-35-01-05
"Cook--Mrs. Fern A. Davis Cook, 28, died June 28, in Los Angeles, California. Besides her husband, George W. Cook, she is survived by a small son, also her father, Lester A. Davis, Jefferson; three brother, Dr. C.W. Davis, Salem; Eustice E. Davis, Portland; and Don L. Davis, Jefferson; two sisters, Mrs. Aurora Humphreys of Salem, and Miss Ethel Davis, Jefferson. Remains shipped to Terwilliger's mortuary Monday morning. Funeral services Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jun 29, 1929 11:7
COOKE, Murhl Reuben "Shorty"
b. 14 Oct 1913
d. 19 Aug 1971 RA-41-07
on marker w/Dollie Cooke
"Turner--Murhl Reuben `Shorty' Cooke, 57, Rt. 1, Box 96, was dead on arrival Thursday at a Salem hospital after an apparent heart attack.
He was born in Moron, Alberta, Canada and came to Turner 22 years ago. He was a clerk for Southern Pacific railroad.
Surviving are widow Dollie; sons Kenneth, El Toro, Calif., Lyle, in the Navy; daughter Debra, Turner; stepsons Elwood Green, Lloyd Green, both Aumsville, Ronald Green, Great Falls, Mont., Paul Green, Henry Green, both Salem; 17 grandchildren.
Services are pending at Barrick mortuary, Salem." OS Aug 20, 1971 23:2
d. 28 May 1952 C-43-04-04
Died & burial 28 May 1952 per Record of Interment #1775
COOLEY, Herschel Allen
d. 01 Nov 1916 D-18-01-01
"Cooley Killed At Fossil, Or.--Former Marion Man Is Victim of Accidental Discharge of Gun--Salem relatives received the announcement yesterday of the death of Herschel Cooley, who was accidentally shot Tuesday at his home near Fossil, Or. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooley of this city and was 40 years old. The details of the shooting have not yet been ascertained.
Mr. Cooley and his family were former residents of Marion, this county, and moved from there to Fossil just six weeks ago, where Mr. Cooley had an 1100-acre ranch. The body arrived in Salem last night at 10 o'clock and is in the care of Webb & Clough. The funeral will be held this afternoon with burial in Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. F.T. Porter will conduct the services.
Besides his parents, Mr. Cooley is survived by his wife, Mildred Cooley and two children, Irene and Glenn Cooley. He also leaves two brothers and a sister in Salem who are Ralph and Ellis Cooley and Mrs. D.B. Simpson; a brother, Harry W. Cooley in Harrisburg; a sister, Mrs. L.J. Bowman of Peshtico, Wis., and a brother, Edwin Cooley of Suring, Wis." OS Nov 3, 1916 2:4
d. 31 Aug 1929 D-18-01-03
"Warren Cooley Resident Here 22 Years, Dead--Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the Clough-Huston company chapel for Warren Cooley, 84, resident of Salem for 22 years, who died Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. D.B. Simpson, near Turner. Mrs. Cooley survives her husband.
Sons and daughters surviving are Ralph Cooley, manager of Bishop's clothing store; E.W. Cooley, grocery store proprietor; and Ellis Cooley, Salem clothier; Mrs. D.B. Simpson of Turner; Mrs. L.J. Bowman of Peshtigo, Wis.; and H.W. Cooley of Freewater, Ore. Twenty grandchildren and six great grandchildren are also left.
Rev. D.J. Howe, pastor of the First Christian church, officiated at the services Monday afternoon and interment took place in Lee Mission cemetery at the side of his son, Herschel. Deceased was a member of the First Christian church.
Mr. Cooley was ill less than a week with a severe heart affliction. Several years ago and again last spring, he suffered attacks but had apparently recovered from them.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooley observed their golden wedding anniversary here 12 years ago and two years ago they were honored on their diamond anniversary. Mr. Cooley had lived in Salem since 1907 when he sold his farm at Suring, Wis., and came here to retire." CJ Sep 2, 1929 5:8
COON, Merton Mark
d. 18 Feb 1983 RA-60-02
"Merton Mark Coon, 84, of 2060 Virginia St. NE, died Friday.
Born in Armour, S.D., he came to Oregon in 1923. In 1934 he came to Salem and opened the Columbia Food meat market. He was a meat cutter for 40 years and ran several markets on Commercial St. SE.
He was a member of Eagles for 42 years and Salem Senior Citizens. He was an accomplished pool played and won several regional senior citizen pool tournaments.
He and his wife, Mildred, were married 57 years.
Besides his wife, a sister, Etna L. Boe, Prairie City, survives.
Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Barrick mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemtery." SJ Feb 21, 1983 2B:4
d. 1999 RA-60-01
COOPER, Alden H.
b. 17 Jul 1922
d. 23 Aug 1980 N/A
COOPER, Annie Agnes
b. 30 Mar 1897
d. 24 Dec 1897 N/A
"Cooper--At the family home in Englewood addition to Salem, at 7:30 a.m., Friday, Dec. 24, 1897, of lung fever, Annie Agnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Cooper aged 8 months and 26 days.
The funeral will be held at the residence today, conducted by Rev. Maurer, and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery. The bereaved father is an employee of the Salem Truck and Dray Company." DOS Dec 25, 1897 8:4
b. 07 Dec 1911
d. 13 Dec 1994 RA-38-12
on marker w/Daniel Cooper
"Catherine Cooper, 83, of Salem died Tuesday in a Sublimity care center.
She was born in Bellingham, Wash., and moved to Salem in 1938. She worked as a homemaker and belonged to Court Street Christian Church.
In 1929, she married Daniel Cooper in Bellingham; he died in 1982.
Survivors include her daughters, Catherine Bauer and Alma Lockhart, both of Salem, Margaret Burnett of La Mesa, Calif., and Marie Thomas of Eugene; son, Daniel of Salem; sister, Daisy Brannian of Reedsport; 16 grandchildren; and 21 great-grand-children.
Services will begin at 4 p.m. Saturday in Barrick mortuary. Interment will begin at 11 a.m. Monday in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to a charity of choice." SJ Dec 15, 1994 4B:4
b. 24 Jun 1910
d. 18 Mar 1982 RA-38-11
on marker w/Catherine Cooper
"Daniel Cooper, 71, of 407 22nd St. NE, died Thursday at St. Francis Nursing Home.
Born in Kearney, Neb., he lived in Salem 42 years. He was a retired carpenter and cabinet maker.
Survivors include his wife, Catherine; daughters, Marie Cooper, Klamath Falls, Margaret Lang, LaMesa, Calif., and Alma Lockhart and Catherine Bauer, both of Salem; son, Daniel Cooper, Salem; sister, Orpha Wilson, Bellingham, Wash.; 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at Barrick mortuary with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Mar 20, 1982 2B:2
COOPER, Deo Earl
d. 25 Feb 1980 RA-35-02
on marker w/Ellen R. Cooper
"Services for Deo E. Cooper, 92, who died in a Salem hospital Feb 25, will be at 3 p.m., Friday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
He was born in Sylvanie, Ohio.
Survivors include son, Donald E., Wilsonville; two grandchildren." SJ Mar 4, 1980 2B:5
COOPER, Ellen Rose
d. 01 Sep 1967 RA-35-01
on marker w/Deo E. Cooper
"Services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the W.T. Rigdon Funeral Home for Ellen Rose Cooper, 75, of 1395 5th Ave. NE, who died Friday in a Salem hospital. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Mrs. Cooper was born in the Pringle area and had lived here most of her life.
Surviving are the widower, Deo, at home; a son, Donald, Salem; a brother, Dr. Almond Siewart, Pasadena, two grandsons and one great-grandson." CJ Sep 4, 1967 14:5
COOPER, Grace Matilda
b. 22 Nov 1868
d. 08 Jun 1934 C-22-02-01
"In this city June 8, Grace Matilda Cooper of 406 North 24th street. Wife of Wallace F. Cooper of Salem; mother of E.E. Cooper of Salem; sister of John Kay of Flint, Mich., Peter Kay of Ohio and Jane Aldrach of Toledo, O. Funeral services Tuesday, June 12, at 1:30 p.m. from Rigdon's chapel." OS Jun 9, 1934 3:4 d/o Alex & Phoebe (Wilkinson) Kay per D/C #399
d. 28 Sep 1893 N/A
"Cooper--At the Holmes hop yard four miles south of Salem Wednesday, September 28, 1893, from typhoid malaria, Mildred Cooper, aged 5 years.
Deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Cooper and was ill eight weeks. The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this morning from the South Salem church and the remains will be interred in the I.O.O.F. Rural cemetery." OS Sep 29, 1893 4:4 burial at Lee Mission per Funerals Held at W.T. Rigdon, Pioneer Morticians, Salem, Marion Co., OR, For Years 1892-1905
COOPER, Wallace Fayette
b. 23 Jan 1860
d. 27 Oct 1945 C-22-02-02
"Cooper Rites Slated Tuesday--Funeral services for Wallace F. Cooper, 85, who died Saturday, will be held from the W.T. Rigdon company chapel Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
Cooper came to Salem in 1909 from Lucas county, Ohio and for some time was employed by the Southern Pacific railway. He had been in good health until last February when he was involved in an automobile accident, and although he recovered somewhat, his death resulted from injuries received at that time. His wife preceded him in death in 1934.
Survivors include a son, Deo E. Cooper, of Salem; a brother, Cash Comstock of Ohio; one grandchild and two great grandchildren.
The Rev. Wilmer L. Brown, pastor of the Evangelical church, of which Cooper was a member, will officiate at the services. Interment will follow in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 28, 1945 13:1 b. Lucas Co., IA; s/o Horace & Mary E. (Kimbell) Cooper; h/o Grace M. Cooper per D/C #6658
b. 17 Jan 1914
d. 03 Aug 2003 RA-34-11
on marker w/Nona Copeland
b. 18 Nov 1921
d. 27 Jul 1997 RA-34-12
on marker w/Herbert Copeland
CORNELL, Caroline L.
d. 06 Nov 1916 OLD 152-01
"Cornell-At the Old People's home in Salem, Monday, November 6, 1916, Mrs. Caroline L. Cornell, 78 years old.
The funeral will be held from the First Methodist church this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Rev. Richard N. Avison conducting the services. Friends may view the body today until 2 o'clock at the parlors of Rigdon & Richardson." OS Nov 7, 1916 5:3
d. 22 Sep 1883 OLD 152
dau of W.F.
"Salem Notes-Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Cornell had the misfortune yesterday to lose their eldest daughter after a brief attack of scarlet fever. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their loss." Oreg Sep 23, 1883
CORNELL, Emily B.
b. 11 Aug 1820
d. 10 Apr 1888 OLD 152-02
`I am the resurrection and the life'
wife of William Cornell
"Cornell-Emily B. Cornell was born in Crittenden county, Vermont, August 11, 1820, and when but nine years of age moved with her parents to Ohio. In 1838 she was united in marriage to William Cornell, who is now made to feel, in his old age, the loss of an helpmeet who for nearly fifty years bravely stood by him through a two-fold pioneer life. In 1854 she removed to Oregon, coming by way of the Isthmus; her husband having crossed the plains two years previously. She was converted and united with the Baptist Church at the early age of fourteen years, but subsequently united with the M.E. Church, remaining a faithful member until death set her free. About two years ago consumption took hold upon her and it became evident to her friends that her days were nearly numbered. A few days previous to her death, feeling a little better, she decided to visit her children, some of whom lived in Portland. It was thought that possibly the change would prove beneficial to her health, but such hopes were vain, for, while visiting at the residence of her youngest son, H.A. Cornell, death claimed her. When told by the physician in attendance that the hour had come, she expressed no alarm, no words of regret, but with fortitude, begotten of faith, said: "It is the Lord, and let him do what seemeth him good." A short time prior to her death, she repeated to her daughter these lines: `When all thy mercies, O my God, My rising soul surveys, Transported with the view, I'm lost In wonder, love and praise'. She died in great peace April 10th and was interred in Lee cemetery, where so many of God's heroes lie awaiting the resurrection morn. Her bereaved husband and six children have the sympathies of a large number of Christian friends." PCA May 10, 1888
CORNELL, William Rev.
b. 08 Aug 1812
d. 20 Dec 1891 OLD 152-03
on marker w/Emily B. Cornell
"Cornell--In Portland, Oregon, December 20, 1891, Rev. William Cornell of Salem, aged 79 years.
Funeral services will be held at the Methodist Episcopal church in this city on Wednesday, December 23d, at 11 o'clock a.m." CJ Dec 22, 1891 3:6
CORWIN, George Alfred
b. 27 Jun 1905
d. 01 Jan 1986 RA-60-07
"George Corwin, civic leader, dies--George A. Corwin, 80, well-known in Salem for his years as a volunteer, died Wednesday.
Born in Betteravia, Calif., Corwin moved to Salem with his wife, Juliet, in 1970, when he retired after serving 12 years as school superintendent in Winston-Dillard, near Roseburg. He also had been superintendent in the Oregon cities of Colton, Boardman, Heppner, Monmouth-Independence and Hood River.
In 1976, Corwin received the first Willard C. Marshall award, presented to the Citizen Volunteer of the Year.
The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce honored him with its Distiguished Service Award.
Corwin's community service included being past president of Salem Area Seniors, past director of Volunteers for Nursing Homes, past president of the former Volunteer Bureau, coordinator of what is now United Seniors, and memberships on the Salem city budget committee and a tri-county senior services advisory committee. He promoted tax levies for the Salem transit system.
Survivors include his wife, Juliet F.; sons James, of Albany, and Stephen, of San Jose, Calif.; and daughters Joan C. LaFreniere, of Salem, and Claire Durland, of Portland.
Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Jan 3, 1986 1B:6
CORWIN, Juliet Forden
b. 31 Dec 1907
d. 01 Feb 1997 RA-60-08
COULSON, George Thurman
b. 28 Feb 1877
d. 09 Dec 1924 D-14-01-04
"Coulson-In this city, Tuesday, December 9, George Thurman Coulson, age 47 years, brother of Mrs. Della Smallwood, Mrs. J.H. Yarnell and P.R. Coulson of Salem; Thomas Coulson of St. Johns; Mrs. Mary Swabb of Jefferson; Mrs. William Pennell of Ohio; Mrs. O.R. Richards of Beaver, Or, and Mrs. Ira Tomlinson of Tillamook. Funeral services will be held today, Dec. 11, at 2:45 p.m. at Rigdon & Son mortuary. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 11, 1924 5:3 s/o Noah & Edith (Mills) Coulson
COURTNEY, Baby Boy
b. 23 Nov 1952
d. 23 Nov 1952 C-43-04-13
s/o Harry B. & Rubylee (White) Courtney per H-E-D Record #82; burial Nov 25, 1952 by Howell-Edwards FH per Record of Interment #1796
COURTWRIGHT, William C.
d. 03 Jul 1911 D-15-04-01
"Courtwright--William Courtwright, aged 48 years, died in East Salem, July 3, of abcess of the brain.
Rev. R.N. Avison will conduct the funeral services which will be held today at the Lee Mission cemetery. The body is held awaiting the arrival of two sisters from Tygh Valley." DOS Jul 6, 1911 4:5
COUSINS, Billy Joe Sr.
b. 28 Dec 1928
d. 11 Feb 1978 RA-21-04
TSGT US Air Force
"Billy Joe Cousins Sr., 49, Sprague, Wash., died Saturday in a hospital there.
He had lived in Sprague for three years, and had been a Salem resident for about 10 years in the 1950s. He was a veteran of World War II, a member of the Masonic Lodge, and retired from the Air Force.
Survivors include his wife, Lucille; daughters, Linda Wiebe, Sprague, Rosella Hampton, LaGrande, and Julia Cousins, Sprague; sons, Billy Joe Jr., Bruce and Darrell, all of Sprague; brother, Elmer, Lamont, Wash.; sisters, Virginia Burgman and Fay Sheffield, both of Salem; and three grandchildren.
Ritualistic services by Salem Masonic Lodge No. 4 AF&AM will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary." OS Feb 16, 1978 3C:3
COUSINS, Dean Edward
b. 23-24 Apr 1960
d. 24 Apr 1960 C-43-06-01
one marker w/Dean Edward and Wanda Jean Cousins listed together
d. Reserved RA-21-03
COUSINS, Wanda Jean
b. 23-24 Apr 1960
d. 24 Apr 1960 C-43-06-01
one marker w/Dean Edward and Wanda Jean Cousins listed together
COVEY, Eunice Margaret Lund
d. 09 May 1979 RA-18-08
"Eunice Margaret Covey, 60, 4400 Auburn Road NE, died Wednesday in a Portland hospital from an illness.
She was born in Roswell, N.M., and came to Salem from Albuquerque, N.M., in 1962.
She was a member of St. Timothy Episcopal Church, Daughters of the American Revolution, past noble grand of Rebekah Lodge 58, Woodburn, Oregon State Grange and American Legion Auxiliary.
Survivors include daughter, Carol Paynter, Portland; son, Thomas, Salem; brothers Robert E. Lund, Beaver, Pa., Luther B., Denver, Colo.; three grand-children.
Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Lee Mission Cemetery, 2100 Block D St., Salem. The casket will be open until noon Saturday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society." OS May 11, 1979 2D:1
COVEY, J. A.
d. Reserved RA-18-09
COVEY, Paul Joseph
d. 03 Jul 1975 RA-18-07
1Lt US Army World War II
"Paul Joseph Covey, 60, 4400 Auburn Road NE, died Thursday in an Albany hospital.
He moved to Salem in 1962 from New Mexico. He was a native of Oklahoma. He taught at McLaren Boys School, and was a member of the Keizer Elks, Woodburn American Legion and Woodburn Grange 79.
He leaves a widow Eunice Peggy, father J.A. Covey; daughter Carol McKinnon; son Thomas, Salem; five brothers, two sisters and three grand-children.
Services are pending with Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary." OS Jul 5, 1975 18:7
b. 24 Jun 1901
d. 25 Jun 1923 C-39-04-01
"Alfred Cowan Dies By His Own Hand At Camp Near Here--Refusal of Wife to Live With Him Causes Suicide--Pistol Shot Arouses Brother and Friend From Bed Soon After Reaching Minto Farm Early Last Night--Officials Make Inquiry--Refusal of his wife to live with him caused Alfred Cowan, 23 years old, to take his own life by shooting himself in the heart with a .32 calibre automatic pistol about 8:30 o'clock last night at a camping place on the Frank Minto farm five miles south of Salem.
Cowan's widow, Mrs. Beatrice Cowan, is now at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shell Hayes, at Trail, Ore., near Medford. He is also survived by an infant daughter, June, 2 years old, and by his mother, Mrs. Minnie Cowan, of San Francisco.
Cowan was traveling through the state by automobile with his brother, Ira Cowan, 17, and with Thomas Martin, a friend. They recently left Sloat, Calif., according to Martin's story, told last night to District Attorney John H. Carson and Sheriff O.D. Bower. They reached Medford Sunday, and Cowan drove to the Hayes place to see his wife, hoping for a reconciliation. When he returned, however, he told his brother and Mr. Martin that he had been unsuccessful. He appeared to brood over his trouble Sunday, but yesterday, Martin said, was more cheerful. However, he had threatened to kill himself. The three men reached the Minto camp about 8 o'clock last night. Ira Cowan and Martin had gone to bed, while Alfred Cowan busied himself about the car. Suddenly the two former were aroused by a shot. Apparently, Cowan died almost instantly, but he was rushed to a hospital in Salem in an automobile driven by Mrs. Frank Minto.
Besides his immediate relatives, Cowan is said to have an aunt at Corvallis. He was born at Bandon, Ore. He was a laborer." OS Jun 26, 1923 1:2-3
COWDELL, Clarissa Morris
d. 24 Nov 1925 D-25-02-07
age 86; died from myocarditis; burial 25 Nov 1925 by Terwillinger FH; nearest relatives: 2 sons at gospel mission, Ferry St.; per Record of Interment #1056
b. 02 Dec 1912
d. 02 Dec 1912 OLD 139-15
stillborn; s/o J. Frank & Edith F. (Pettycrew) Cowden per D/C #3647
d. 02 Jan 1937 C-20-02-06
"In this city, Saturday, Jan. 2, 1937, Annie Cox, aged 76 years. Funeral services at chapel of Salem Mortuary, Monday, Jan. 4, at 1:30 p.m. Commitment services at Jason Lee cemetery." OS Jan 3, 1937 5:3
d. c1902 OLD 135-02
Believe this to be Ethan Cox the h/o Emeline Cox b. 11 May 1819 Chatauqua Co, NY; to Oregon in 1852; to Polk Co in 1858; m'd Emeline Ryner 08 Sep 1844, by whom one child was born, which died in infancy; resided Independence, OR per History of Willamette Valley page 757
b. 03 Dec 1825
d. 30 May 1891 OLD 135-01
"Cox--At the family residence, in Capital Park, Saturday morning, May 30, 1891, Mrs. E. Cox.
Mrs. Cox has been ill for several months, and gradually wasted away. Mr. and Mrs. Cox came to Oregon during the '50s and have resided in the Willamette Valley ever since. They resided at Independence for a number of years but during the past several years they have made Salem their home. The couple have been married nigh onto 50 years, and no children have ever blessed their home. Mr. Cox is an industrious old gentleman and he is deeply sympathized with in the loss of her who has been his helpmeet these many years. Funeral from the residence at 4 o'clock p.m. today (Sunday), thence to Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 31, 1891 4:3 b. Mont Co., PA; died from paralysis; w/o Ethan Cox per Record of Interment #1
COZBY, Georgie T.
b. 24 Aug 1897
d. 19 Jun 1989 RA-35-03
on marker w/Richard W. Cozby
"Services for Georgie T. Cozby, 91, who died Monday, will begin at 10 a.m. Friday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery.
She was born in Robert Lee, Texas, and came to Salem 27 years ago. She married Richard Cozby on Nov. 5, 1916, in Texas. He died in 1972. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting and flowers, and she was a member of Englewood United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her sons, Scott of Huntsville, Ala., Lowell of Vancouver, Wash., and William of Salem; and sister, Willie Elam of Seminole, Texas.
Visiting hours will be from 3 to 8 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at the mortuary." SJ Jun 21, 1989 2B:6
COZBY, Richard W.
b. Nov 1894
d. 19 Sep 1972 RA-35-04
on marker w/Georgie T. Cozby
"Richard W. Cozby, 77, 992 Iva Lane NE, died Tuesday in a Salem hospital.
A native of Texas, Cozby came to Salem 10 years ago from San Diego, Calif., following his retirement as a carpenter. He was a member of Englewood Methodist Church.
He is survived by widow Georgia; sons, Bill L., Salem, Scott D., Huntsville, Ala., and Lowell E. Sherwood; sister Mrs. Lillie A. Sharp, Carlton, Tex; 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Friday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Sep 21, 1972 2:1
CRABTREE, Bessie R.
d. 1972 C-22-03-03
on marker w/Ernest F. Crabtree
CRABTREE, Ernest Frank
d. 1928 C-22-03-04
on marker w/Bessie R. Crabtree
CRAIGEN, Baby Boy
b. 11 Sep 1953
d. 11 Sep 1953 C-44-05-03
Stillborn; s/o John S. & Mary L. (Johnston) Craigen per H-E-D Record #245; Lived 5 minutes per Record of Interment #1824
CRATSENBERG, Curtis V.
d. 25 Feb 1930 A-26-03-03
"Curtis V. Cratsenberg died in this city Feb. 25, age 31. Husband of Mrs. Edith Hardy Cratsenberg; father of David Victor; brother of Will of Spokane. Funeral services Friday, Feb. 28, at 1:30 o'clock from the Rigdon chapel, Rev. Simms officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 28, 1930 9:3
CRAVER, Frank M.
d. 05 Feb 1930 C-21-04-06
on marker w/Gertie Craver
"Frank Craver, 71, died in this city February 5. Survived by his widow, Mrs. Sarah G. Craver; the following brothers and sisters: Lewis A. of Valley City, N.D.; Fred E. of Bemidgi, Minn.; Ernest P. of Ferndale, Wash.; Charles H. of Portland; Mrs. Mary Eldridge of North Dakota; also a number of nephews and nieces. Funeral services Friday at 1:30 o'clock from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in the Jason Lee cemetery." OS Feb 6, 1930 5:3
d. 19 Jul 1941 C-21-04-05
on marker w/Frank M. Craver
"Mrs. Gertrude Craver, 77, July 19 at the Dalles hospital. Survived by sister, Mrs. Hattie Page. Funeral services Monday at 2 p.m. from Walker and Howell funeral home, Rev. W.H. Lyman officiating." OS Jul 20, 1941 5:1
b. 08 May 1843
d. 14 Dec 1913 D-03-03-01
Gone but not forgotten
Co D 27 NY Vols
on marker w/Prudence A. Crawford b. NY; s/o Alexander & (Case) Crawford; fruit grower per D/C #4059
CRAWFORD, Eliz M.
b. 20 Feb 1815
d. 07 Feb 1897 REMOVED
Moved to Lane Co; Obit--DOS Feb 7, 1897 8:4
CRAWFORD, Prudence A.
b. 02 Feb 1856
d. 01 Sep 1934 D-03-03-02
on marker w/Alexander Crawford
"Mrs. Prudence Crawford, 77, died at her home in Roseburg, Saturday, September 1, following a long period of ill health. She was a native of Pennsylvania, and resided in Salem for many years, following her marriage in 1876 to Alexander Crawford, who passed away in 1912. Mrs. Crawford moved to Roseburg from Salem in 1928. Surviving are two sons, R.E. Crawford of Roseburg and Charles C. Crawford of Malin, and a daughter, Mrs. Frank Labare, Wren, Ore. Funeral services will be held from Rigdon's chapel, Tuesday, September 4, at 10:30 a.m. with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 2, 1934 5:1
d. 14 Dec 1913 D-12-02-06
Residence east of Asylum; age about 65; per Record of Interment #627
CREAMER, Robert James
b. 16 Jul 1902
d. 03 Mar 1984 RA-08-05
Beloved husband of Augusta T
Rest in Peace
"Robert James Creamer, 81, 765 Judson SE., died Thursday in Salem.
He was born in New York state. He worked for many years as an attorney in the Portland City Attorney's office and for the state treasury department.
He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic church.
He is survived by his wife, Agusta; and daughters, Kathleen Davidson, Melbourne, Fla., and Kanare Malkus, Vicksburg, Miss.
Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Lee Mission cemetery.
Services are under the direction of the Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ Apr 2, 1984 2B:2
CREIGHTON, William Edward
b. 31 May 1947
d. 06 Mar 1988 RA-17-07
"William E. Creighton, 40, of Salem, died Sunday.
He was born in Walla Walla, Wash. He came to Salem 25 years ago.
Survivors include his daughter Sherrel Creighton of Phoenix, Ariz., and brothers Rayburn E. of Salem and Richard of Sacramento, Calif.
Graveside services will begin at 2:30 p.m. Friday in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem." SJ Mar 10, 1988 2B:5
d. Reserved RA-39-08
d. Reserved RA-39-08
CRESSWELL, Emma May
b. 30 Jun 1912
d. 04 Dec 1912 OLD 139-14
d/o H.J & Effie (Gallaway) Cresswell; died from gastro enterites per D/C #3743
CRESSWELL, F. K. (also seen as T.K.)
d. c 1890's OLD 129-01
Per Record of Interment #146
CRESWELL, James Edwin
b. 31 Dec 1852
d. 04 Mar 1853 OLD 129-02
age 4m4d son of D.D. & M.A.
Per Record of Interment #46
CRIBBINS, Glenn W.
b. 29 Nov 1917
d. 09 Nov 1992 RA-25-04
"Glenn W. Cribbins, 74, of Salem died Monday.
He was born in Bridge and moved to Salem several years ago.
He is survived by his sisters, Agnes McCarthy and Wilma Harris, both of Portland, Celo Barkley of Myrtle Point, Bernice Weekly of Lowell and Elva Paris of Salem.
Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Thursday in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Nov 11, 1992 3C:2
CRIBBINS, Marie L.
d. 31 Oct 1973 RA-25-05
"Marie Louise Cribbins, 83, 485 Madrona Ave. SE, died Wednesday in a Salem nursing home.
She was born at Melrose, in Douglas County, and came to Salem about 1946. Her husband, William, died in 1965.
Surviving are daughters Elva Paris, Salem, Cleo Barkley and Bernice Weekly, both Myrtle Point, Agnes McCarthy and Wilma Harris, both Portland; son Glenn of Salem; brother Joe Liggett, Albany; five grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Rev. Eugene F. Gerlitz officiating. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 2, 1973 13:1
CRIBBINS, William Robert
d. 28 Aug 1965 RA-25-06
"William Robert Cribbins, 82, of 485 Madrona Ave. SE, a resident of Salem the past 18 years, died Saturday night at a Salem hospital.
He was a native of Oregon, born in Myrtle Point, and moved to Salem from Coos County. He was a retired employee of the State Highway Department.
Surviving are widow Marie, Salem; daughters Elva Paris, Salem, Cleo Barkley, Broadbent, Bernice Weekley, Myrtle Point, and Agnes McCarthy and Wilma Harris, both of Portland; son Glenn, Salem; brother Alma Cribbins in California; sister Mrs. Ada Harrington, Crescent City, Calif.; six grand-children and 13 great-grandchildren.
Services are pending at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Home." OS Aug 29, 1965 6:3
d. 21 Jan 1911 D-13-03-01
"Criderman--Near Salem, Oregon, two miles east of the city, on Asylum road, January 21, 1911, Mrs. W.E. Criderman, aged 48 years.
Funeral services will be held at the Rigdon undertaking parlors this afternoon." DOS Jan 24, 1911 4:4
d. 16 Apr 1922 A-42-04-01
"Crooks--William Crooks died April 15 at the age of 71 years, 6 months, at his home three miles east of Salem. Funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. I.M. McElfeesh and Mrs. R.E. Cochron of Salem, three brothers, M.B. of Ohio, J.B. and S.H., both of Pennsylvania. Arrangements are in charge of Webb & Clough." OS Apr 18, 1922 5:6
b. 1827 Ireland
d. 25 Dec 1907 D-09-03-02
wife of James Crothers
on marker w/Anna E. Crothers
"Corethers--In East Salem, on Wednesday, December 25, 1907, at 7:30 a.m., Mrs. Anna Corethers, aged 80 years.
Besides an aged husband she leaves a son, Richard Corethers, of this city, to mourn her death.
The funeral services will be conducted from the Episcopal church today at 1:30 p.m. Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Dec 27, 1907 3:2 d/o William & Eliza (Atkinson) Hewitt; m'd; born Ireland; died of cerebral thrombosis per D/C #5414
CROTHERS, Anna E.
d. 20 Sep 1920 D-09-03-01
wife of Wm Crothers
on marker w/Anna Crothers
"Annie E. Crowthers, wife of William Crowthers, of Portland, died in that city Monday of heart trouble. She was 63 years old and is survived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Viola Peters of Portland, and a son, Richard Crowthers of this city. The Crowthers are old residents of Salem, but for the past few years have been residing in Fastufia, Kan. Funeral arrangements will be announced later." OS Sep 21, 1920 5:4-5
d. 31 Jul 1953 D-09-03-02
"James Crothers, late resident of 935 N. 18th St., at a local hospital July 31 at the age of 82. Survived by nephew, R.R. Crothers, Salem. Graveside services will be held at Lee Mission Cemetery Tuesday, Aug. 4 at 10 a.m. under direction of Howell-Edwards Co." OS Aug 4, 1953 9:5
CUMMINGS, Barney Lewis
d. 17 May 1958 RA-28-02
"Late resident of 740 Highland Ave. NE, on May 17 at the age of 75. Survived by his widow, Mrs. Bessie Cummings, Salem; son, Carl Cummings, Salem, and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson, Hollister, Calif. Three grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild also survive. Services will be Tuesday, May 20, at 1:30 p.m. in W.T. Rigdon's Chapel. Concluding services will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Rev. Nathan B. Pierson will officiate." OS May 20, 1958 12:1
CUMMINGS, Bessie M.
d. 15 Apr 1970 RA-28-01
"Mrs. Bessie Cummings, 83, former Salem resident, died Wednesday in a Palo Alto, Calif., hospital.
Born in Illinois, she came west with her parents at an early age, settling in the Prineville area. She lived in Hood River and Madras prior to moving to Salem some 15 years ago. In Salem she lived at 740 Highland Ave. NE. She had been living with a son, Carl, at Sunnyvale, Calif., the past six months. She was a member of the First Christian Church.
Survivors besides the son are a sister Elizabeth Green, Madras; brother Guy Corwin, Culver; three grandchildren and 12 great-grand-children.
Services will be 1 p.m. Friday at W.T. Rigdon mortuary, Rev. Ken Hooton officiating. Interment will be at Jason Lee Cemetery." OS Apr 16, 1970 IV:34:1
CUMMINGS, Chester A.
b. 29 Mar 1904
d. 29 Jan 1980 RA-26-03
"Private graveside services for Chester A. Cummings, 75, 1511 D St. NE, who died Tuesday at his residence, will be 1:30 p.m. today at Lee Mission Cemetery.
He was a civil engineer for the state.
Survivors include wife, Lucille; son, Jan A., Albuquerque, N.M.; daughter, Jill Beals, Eugene; brothers, Harold, Cuern avaca, Mexico, and Val, Pittsburgh, Pa.; sisters, Verda Braga, Canyon City, and Elsie Hayes, Portland; two grandchildren.
Services are under the direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ Jan 31, 1980 1C:2
d. 2003 RA-26-02
CUNNINGHAM, Ada M.
d. 30 Jun 1926 OLD 228-07
"Cunningham--At the old People's home June 30, Ada M. Cunningham at the age of 74 years, mother of Gifford H. Cunningham of California, Leonard E. Cunningham of Fort Worth, Texas, sister of John Norwood of Pomona, Cal., William and Rehn Norwood of Denver, Colo., Mrs. V.A. Cleghorn of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. A.N. Christie of Anaconda, Mont. Funeral services will be held today, Friday, July 2, at 10 a.m. from the Rigdon & Son mortuary. Concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jul 2, 1926 10:4
b. 03 Jan 1916
d. 16 Aug 2006 RA-03-22
CURRY, Emma Ursula
b. 21 Apr 1873
d. 25 Oct 1958 C-19-03-06
"Death Takes Mrs. Curry--Mrs. Emma Ursula Curry, 3452 Abrams Ave. NE, died Saturday night at her home at the age of 85. She had been an invalid for several years.
Mrs. Curry had been a Salem resident for 13 years. She was the widow of Samuel Curry, retired Arkansas farmer who died last year. They were married April 12, 1892, at Witter, Ark.
She was born April 21, 1873, in Montgomery County, Kan. She was a member of the Baptist Church.
She leaves four daughters, Mrs. Elma Cooper and Mrs. Lillian Williams, both of Salem, and Mrs. Marie Pearson and Mrs. Roxie Pearson, both of Toledo; one son, Lester Curry, Salem; one sister, Mrs. Fred Evell, Lincoln, Ark.; 13 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are pending at Howell-Edwards mortuary." OS Oct 26, 1958 2:5
CURRY, L. R.
d. Reserved RA-16-03
CURRY, Samuel W.
b. 03 Mar 1871
d. 08 Feb 1957 C-19-03-06
"Late resident of 1490 Dawes St., in a local nursing home, Feb. 8, at the age of 85 years. Survived by wife, Emma Curry, Salem; son, Lester Curry, Salem; daughter, Mrs. Lillian Williams, Salem, Mrs. Roxie Pearson, Toledo, Ore., Mrs. Elma Cooper, Salem; 13 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren. Member of the St. Helens Baptist Church. Services will be held Mon., Feb. 11th at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel of the Howell-Edwards Funeral Home. Rev. Lloyd T. Anderson will officiate. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Feb 10, 1957 26:1
d. 10 Jan 1906 N/A
"Thomas Curtis Dead--Thomas Curtis, father of Warden Frank Curtis of the penitentiary, died yesterday at the Salem hospital, from cancer. He was 76 years of age, a veteran of the Civil War, and, until a few months ago, a resident of Clatsop county." CJ Jan 11, 1906 8:5
CUYLER, Charles S.
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