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 - D -
DAHLEN, Alice Christine
b. 23 Dec 1913 Dooley, Montana
d. 13 Jul 2006 Keizer, Oregon C-21-01-01
d/o Ole Christian Dahlen and Augusta Marie Schultz
"SALEM - Alice Dahlen, age 92, passed away July 13, 2006 in Keizer, Oregon. She was born in Dooley, Montana December 23, 1913. Alice graduated from Salem High School in 1933. She attended Willamette and Portland State Universities. She worked as an insurance broker at Huggins Insurance and Updegraff Insurance. She was the first woman in Oregon to receive the CPCU designation. She was active in the Salem Insurance Womens Organization.She was a member of St. John Lutheran Church, where she was active in the quilting group.Alice is survived by her sister, Irene Rivers of Gladstone, Ore.; sister-in-law, Lois Dahlen of Eugene, Ore.; 4 nieces, 3 nephews and several great nieces and nephews.Visiting will be Sunday, July 16th 1-4 p.m., at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors. Services, 10 am Monday, July 17 at St. John Lutheran Church, Court St., Salem. Memorials should be directed to Legacy UNA Hospice, McMinnville." [Statesman Journal July 15, 2006].
DAHLEN, Alvin Kristen
b. 1923 Spirit Lake, Alberta, Canada
d. 17 Jul 1986 Astoria, Oregon C-21-01-02
s/o Ole Christian Dahlen and Augusta Marie Schultz
"Astoria--Alvin K. Dahlen, 62, of Astoria, died Thursday.
He was born in Spirit Lake, Alberta. He was raised in Salem and graduated from high school there. He was assistant parks and recreation director in Eugene.
He is survived by his wife, Lois; daughters, Kristen Skivington, Lansing, Mich., Julie Dahlen, Africa, and Jill Dahlen, Scottsdale, Ariz; son, Tom, Astoria; and sisters, Alice Dahlen, Salem, and Irene Rivers, Gladstone.
Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Lee Mission Cemetery under the direction of Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary." SJ Jul 20, 1986 2B:4
DAHLEN, Augusta Marie [Schultz]
b. 03 Aug 1885 Minnesota
d. 05 Mar 1970 Salem, Oregon C-21-01-03
"Mrs. Augusta Marie Dahlen, 84, 1980 17th St. NE, died Thursday night at a Salem hospital. She was born in Minnesota and came here in 1925. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church.
Surviving are daughters Alice Dahlen, Salem, and Mrs. Irene Rivers, Gladstone; son Alvin K., Astoria; brothers Fred Schultz, Perham, Minn., William and David Schultz, both Dent, Minn., and Oswald and Adolph Schultz, both Ottertail, Minn.; eight grand-children and two great-grandchildren.
Services will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Howell-Edwards mortuary, Rev. R.C. Rein officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Mar 7, 1970 16:4
Dahlen Family Headstone
d. 17 Apr 1920 C-21-01-08
on marker w/Victor, Ole C. & Phyllis Dahlen
Record of Interment #1059, Lucile Dahlen, 4 yrs old;died from appendicitis reinterred in Lee Mission Cemetery 10 Dec 1925
DAHLEN, Ole Christian
b. 01 Jan 1882 Norway
d. 12 Dec 1933 Salem, Oregon C-21-01-06
on marker w/Victor, Phyllis & Lucile Dahlen
Interment Record #1317
"At the residence, 990 North 17th street, Ole C. Dahlen. Survived by widow, Augusta, and the following children: Alice, Irene, Walter and Alvin, all of Salem, and Victor of Montana. Prayer services will be held Friday, Dec. 15 at 1:30 p.m. at the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son, with funeral services at St. John's Lutheran church at 2 o'clock, with Rev. H. Gross officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 14, 1933 5:1 s/o Christian & (Nelson) Dahlen per D/C #898
DAHLEN, Phyllis Naomi
b. 20 May 1929 Salem, Oregon
d. 29 Jan 1933 Salem, Oregon C-21-01-07
on marker w/Victor, Ole C. & Lucile Dahlen
Interment Record #1296
"Girl Dies Despite Race With Oxygen--Despite efforts of local firemen and state police Saturday night to save the life of Phyllis Dahlen, 3, of this city, the child died Sunday morning of pneumonia.
Oxygen was brought here from Multnomah county through the use of radio and police aid in a vain effort to turn back the threat of death. Salem firemen were first called upon but did not have the necessary supply of oxygen.
She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole C. Dahlen; three brothers, Victor, Walter and Alvin; two sisters, Alice and Irene Dahlen.
Funeral services will be held from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son, Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m., with Rev. W.H. Gross officiating. Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 31, 1933 1:3 d/o Ole C. & Augusta M. (Schultz) Dahlen per D/C #84
b. 29 Aug 1916
d. 02 Sep 1936 Salem, Oregon C-21-01-05
on marker w/Ole C., Phyllis & Lucile Dahlen
Interment Record #1379
"At the residence, 900 North 17th street, Victor Dahlen aged 20 years. Survived by mother, Mrs. Augusta Dahlen; two sisters, Irene and Alice; two brothers, Walter and Alvin, all of Salem.
Funeral services will be held from W.T. Rigdon company chapel Saturday Sept. 5, at 2 p.m. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 4, 1936 2:6
D/C #764; Victor Dahlen, s/o Ole C. & Augusta (Schultz) Dahlen
DAHLEN, Walter A.
b. 04 Nov 1921
d. 25 Oct 1944 C-21-01-04
In memory of
LTJG US Navy World War II
b. 13 Aug 1953
d. 14 Aug 1953 C-43-04-20
Interment Record #1818
"Baby Boy Dalton, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dalton, Stayton; also survived by a sister, Erma Mildred Dalton, Stayton; grandparents, Ira Dalton, McCorry, Ark., and Mrs. Cora Jones, Missouri. Private services were held in Clough-Barrick Chapel." OS Aug 16, 1953 9:4
H-E-D Record #245 s/o Melvin Leon & Erma Nadine (Jones)Dalton
DAME, Clara A.
d. 10 Feb 1923 C-21-04-07
on marker w/John W. Dame
Interment Record #898
"Dame--At the residence, 1596 Chemeketa street, Mrs. Clara Dame, at the age of 83 years, wife of J.W. Dame, mother of Mrs. A.B. Page of Salem and Mrs. S.M. Craven of Malta, Mont. She is also survived by seven grandchildren and four great grand-children. Funeral services will be held Monday, Feb. 12, at 2 p.m. from the Evangelical church, Rev. F.L. Launer, officiating. Concluding services in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 11, 1923 5:3
DAME, John W.
d. 30 Jan 1927 Salem, Oregon C-21-04-08
on marker w/Clara A. Dame
Interment Record #1107
"Dame--At the residence, 456 north Church street, Sunday morning, John W. Dame, age 84 years; brother of Mrs. A. B. Page and Mrs. F.M. Craver of Salem; also survived by 7 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Funeral services Tuesday, February 1 at 1 p.m. from the Evangelical church at Chemeketa and 17th streets. Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery. Remains are at the Rigdon mortuary." CJ Jan 31, 1927 9:8
d. Reserved RA-13-07
d. Reserved RA-13-08
d. 30 Sep 1909 D-15-03-07
born ME; m'd; housekeeper; died at OSIA at age 80 from apoplexy per D/C #2829
DAVIS, Alice Esther
d. 11 Oct 1928 A-35-01-06
"At the home of her daughter in Monmouth, Oregon on October 10, Alice Esther, wife of L.A. Davis, of Jeff-erson, at the age of 59 years. Besides her husband she is survived by six children, E.E. Davis of Portland, Dr. C.W. Davis of Jefferson, Mrs. Aurora M. Humphrey of Springfield, Mrs. Fern A. Cook of Los Angeles, and Ethel D. Davis, of Jefferson. Funeral services will be held at the Terwilliger home on Saturday at 2 p.m., with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 12, 1928 9:7
d. 19 May 1949 C-46-02-07
Interment Record #1639
"Anna Davis, at the residence, Brooks route 1, box 27, May 19, at the age of 67 years. Survived by the husband, Harry Davis of Brooks and a niece, Mrs. Fields Bender of River-side, Calif. Was a member of the Church of God. Services will be held Tuesday, May 24, at the Howell-Edwards chapel at 1:30 with the Rev. J.J. Gillispie officiating. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 21, 1949 13:3
d. 27 Sep 1924 OLD 210-19
d. 18 May 1901 OLD 115-08
Record of Interment #284; funeral ordered by Rev. Davis per Rigdon funeral home records
b. 12 Aug 1926
d. 12 Aug 1926 OLD 210-17
Stillborn per Record of Interment #1093
DAVIS, Blanche Anna
b. 05 Feb 1838
d. 16 May 1944 A-35-01-01
"Mrs. Blanch A. Davis at Coquille, May 16th. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Frank Schramm. Also several grand-children, including Dr. C. Ward Davis of Salem. Casket will be open to friends Friday forenoon. Graveside services will be held Friday, May 19, at 2 p.m., Lee Mission cemetery, Rev. Willard Hall officiating. Under the direction of Clough-Barrick company." OS May 18, 1944 5:1 b. 05 Feb 1858 on death certificate but marker is clearly 1838; d/o Samuel J. & Anna M. (Bowles) Wilson; w/o William I. Davis; born Freemont, OH per Coos Co. D/C #131; age 86 per Record of Interment #1497
DAVIS, Charles Ward DMD
b. 29 Dec 1897
d. 01 Oct 1954 A-31-02-03
Oregon Pvt Stu Army Tng Corp WWI
"Death Takes Charles Davis, Retired Dentist--Dr. Charles Ward Davis, 56, long in the practice of dentistry in this city, died at a Salem convales-cent home Friday after a lengthy illness.
Born at Greenleaf, Kans., Dec. 29, 1897, he came to Oregon with his parents in 1908. Most of his life was spent in the Salem area, though he practiced dentistry for a time at Stayton. He practiced continuously in Salem from 1927 to about a year ago, when he was forced to retire because of ill health.
Dr. Davis married Christena Marie Richardson in 1926 at Central Point.
He was a member of Masonic Lodge, Al Kader Temple, Amaranth Cherry Court and the American Legion, Capital Post No. 9.
Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Christena Davis, Salem; a daughter, June Elaine Hooker, Portland; a son, Monte G. Davis of California; brothers, W.E. Davis, Sandy, and Don L. Davis, Modesto, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Mary Aurora Champ, Salem, and Mrs. Ethel D. Soderholm, Washougal, Wash.; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Clough-Barrick chapel. Interment will follow at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 2, 1954 2:4
b. 17 Nov 1906
d. 28 May 1997 A-31-02-01
DAVIS, Clement L.
b. 25 Oct 1846
d. 14 Nov 1926 OLD 212-06
"Davis--Clement Davis, 80, died at a local hospital Saturday. He is sur-vived by one daughter, Mrs. Dan Agnew of Salem and one son C.M. Davis of Mitchell, S.D. Funeral services this afternoon at two thirty from Terwill-iger funeral home." CJ Nov 15, 1926 9:8 widower; florist; born NJ; died at Deaconess Hospital from burns per D/C #747
DAVIS, Emeline A.
d. 11 Jan 1906 REMOVED
DCJ Jan 13, 1906 8:1 See also: OS Aug 8, 1906 4:3 committed OSIA Jul 3, 1905; d. 11 Jan 1906; removed Aug 7, 1906 and shipped to Barnstable, MA per Rigdon Funeral Home Records #1811 & #1908
DAVIS, Lester Arthur
b. 21 Jun 1871
d. 22 Aug 1935 A-35-01-04
"Lester Arthur Davis, at the residence, 595 South 16th street, August 22, at the age of 64 years. Survived by widow, Anna Davis; mother, Mrs. B.A. Davis of Coquille, Or.; daughters, Mrs. Floyd Humphreys of Stayton, Mrs. Dayton Gard of Portland; three sons, Eustice E. Davis of Milwaukie, Dr. C. Ward Davis of Salem, and Don L. Davis of Salida, Calif.; brother, Ralph Davis of Kansas City, Mo.; sister, Mrs. Frank Schramm of Coquille; 12 grandchildren. Funeral services from chapel of Clough-Barrick company Saturday, August 24, at 4 p.m. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 23, 1935 3:2
b. 29 Apr 1958
d. 02 Oct 1998 RA-15-04
DAVIS, Monte G.
b. 09 Jan 1930
d. 18 Feb 1989 A-31-02-01
Pvt US Army Air Corps
"Laguna Hills, Calif.--Monte G. Davis, 59, formerly of Salem, died Feb. 18 in Laguna Hills.
He was born in Salem and graduated from Salem High School in 1947. He was an Army veteran, and he was an aeronautical engineer, most recently for McDonnell-Douglas. He enjoyed flying and owned his own plane.
Survivors include his wife, Lorraine M.; daughter, Susan Harper of Laguna Beach, Calif., sons, Mark of Dana Point, Calif., and Kirk of Laguna Beach; mother, "Chrissie" Martinson of Brooks; and sister, June Hooker of Salem.
Services were held in Laguna Hills. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Contribu-tions may be made to the Diabetes Association in care of Barrick mortuary, Salem." SJ Feb 20, 1989 2B:2
DAVIS, Samuel M.
d. 24 Feb 1919 A-35-01-07
"Davis Funeral Today--The funeral of Sam Davis, killed February 28 at Caspar, Wyoming, will be held today at 2 p.m. from the Terwilliger parlors, Rev. Leland W. Porter preaching the sermon. Mrs. Davis arrived yesterday from the homestead in Montana after a hard trip due to storms and delayed trains. Mr. Davis is a son of L.D. Davis, of Portland, formerly a resident of Salem." OS Mar 8, 1919 5:3-4
DAVIS, Sarah E.
d. 13 Apr 1917 D-23-01-04
"Funeral Held Yesterday--The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Davis who died Friday night at her home two and one-half miles from Salem on the Silverton road was held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Jason Lee Memorial church. Mrs. Davis was 64 years old. Rev. W.E. Ingalls conducted the ser-vices and burial was in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 15, 1917 5:2 d/o Benjamin & Harriett (Lee) Davis; single, invalid all her life per D/C #167
DAVIS, William I.
d. 25 Apr 1923 A-35-01-03
"At the residence, 825 north 21st street April 25, W. I. Davis, 73 years of age, husband of Blanch Davis, and father of L.A. and R.W. Davis of California, and Mrs. Eula Schram of Salem. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary Friday after-noon, April 27, at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. Blaine Kirkpatrick officiating. Interment will be in the Lee Mission ceme-tery." CJ Apr 26, 1923 7:3
DAY, A. G.
b. 1839 WV
d. 17 Apr 1894 D-15-04-06
b. WV; 55; single; died of complications; A.M. Clough FH; brother of A.E. Day per Record of Interment #175
DAY, A. G. Mrs.
d. 1898 D-15-04-05
mother of A.E. Day; no further information listed in Record of Inter-ment #248
DAY, Alvin E.
b. 23 Jun 1854
d. 17 Feb 1919 D-23-04-01
son of A. E. Day
"A.E. Day Succumbs After Several Months Illness--After an illness of several months from cancer of the stomach, A.E. Day passed away at his home on East center street at 2:30 Tuesday morning.
Mr. Day was born in Virginia June 23, 1854. Later he moved to Ohio and then to Missouri where he was married to Narcissus Black. He had been a resident of Salem for 30 years.
Deceased leaves his wife and the following children to mourn his death: Guy, Glenn, Kenneth, Beryl, all of Portland, and Hattie Day and Mrs. Irwin Wroten, of Salem. All were at the bedside except one son, Glenn, who is in France.
The services will be held at Webb & Clough chapel at 2:30 today by N. Lewton of Portland. Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 18, 1919 6:5
b. 18 Mar 1859
d. 23 Feb 1936 D-23-01-08
"Day-Narcissus Day, at the residence, 1721 Center street February 23, at the age of 76 years. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Harriet Coleman of Salem and Mrs. Flossie Wroten of Port-land; four sons, Guy, Glenn and Beryl, all of Portland and Kenneth of San Francisco; six grandchildren and two sisters residing in the east. Funeral services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Wednesday, February 26, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Feb 24, 1936 8:7
d. 21 Mar 1968 N/A
DEBORD, Emma [Smith]
d. 05 Mar 1950 C-46-02-15
w/o Elmer V. DeBord
Interment Record #1679
"Emma DeBord, at the residence at 1019 Mill st., March 5, at the age of 53 years. Survived by husband, Elmer V. DeBord of Salem, and a brother, Billy Smith of Monroe, Tenn. Member of Calvary chapel in Salem. Services will be held Thursday, March 9, at 2:30 p.m. from the Calvary chapel, 1143 N. Liberty st. with the Rev. Claude C. Bell officiating. Conclud-ing services at Lee Mission cemetery under direction of the Howell-Edwards chapel." OS Mar 8, 1950 5:2
d. 23 Jan 1958 A-33-03-01
"David Delano's Services Set--Funeral services for David Delano, former Salem resident who died Thursday in Portland, will be 1 p.m. Monday in Piedmont Friends Church, Portland. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Delano was a builder who specialized in church construction. He had lived in Portland the past 35 years. He was a graduate of North Pacific Evangel-istic Institute, now known as Cascade College.
He leaves one son, David W. Delano, Washougal, Wash.; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Bertrand, Wilmore, Ky.; one sister, Mrs. Florence Taylor, Port-land; two brothers, Irving R. Delano and Dr. Forrest Bartholomew, both of
Milwaukie; three grandchildren." OS Jan 26, 1958 7:4
d. 09 May 1953 A-32-02-08
Late residence of Portland per Record of Interment #1931
d. Reserved RA-21-10
d. Reserved RA-21-11
d. 11 Apr 1898 REMOVED
Removed to Dement Cemetery which is located on the Wallace Dement Ranch on Dement Creek, Coos Co, OR per "Some Cemetery Records of Coos & Curry Co"; obit OS Apr 13, 1898 8:2
DEMOREST, Mrs. L.
d. 1897 OLD 117-04
No further information per Record of Interment #243 or plot map
b. 23 Feb 1906
d. 25 Feb 1906 OLD 117-14
DENISON, Mable Birdetta
d. 04 Jan 1947 A-42-03-02
"Mrs. Denison Dies Saturday--Mrs. Mable Burdette Denison, wife of Edwin K. Denison, route 1, box 67c, Salem, died Saturday in a Portland hospital. Born in Jesup, In, in 1902, she came to Oregon with her parents in 1908 and had lived near there since that time. Mrs. Denison was a member of Rebekah lodge and Royal Neighbors.
Surviving are the husband; a daugh-ter, Molly Ann Denison, and father, Ellis Denison, all of Salem; a bro-ther, Wallace Bennett of Salem, and a sister, Ella Kruger of Oakland, Calif. Services will be announced by the W.T. Rigdon company." OS Jan 5, 1947 4:2
DENISON, Robert Keese
b. 28 Aug 1930
d. 05 Dec 1930 A-42-03-04
"Kingwood-Robert Keese Denison, 3 months incubator baby of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Denison, of the upper Glenn creek road, died Friday. He was the only grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bennett, of Kingwood. Funeral ser-vices will be held Monday in charge of the Rigdon mortuary in Salem." CJ Dec 6, 1930 11:8
DENNISON, John N.
b. 25 Dec 1850
d. 14 Jan 1897 REMOVED
Moved to Grants Pass; Obit--DCJ Jan 14, 1897 2:3
DENNY, Benjamin W.
d. 19 Mar 1952 C-47-01-19
Interment Record #1767
"B.W. Denny, at the residence, 650 Locust St., March 19. Uncle of Charles B. Lomas, Portland. Services will be Saturday, March 22 at 10 a.m. in the W.T. Rigdon chapel. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Ph 3-3173." CJ Mar 20, 1952 19:7
d. 04 Jan 1951 C-46-03-15
Interment Record #1745
"Leonard E. DeVaul, late resident of Newport, in this city, January 4, at the age of 68 years. Survived by children, Mrs. Mable Rowland, Lacomb; Mrs. Effie Smith, Portland; Mrs. Jessie Parsons, Kelso, Wash.; Mrs. Edna Nephew, Tacoma, Wash. Graveside services Monday, January 8, 2 p.m., at Lee Mission cemetery with the Rev. Dudley Strain officiating. Direction by W.T. Rigdon chapel." OS Jan 7, 1951 17:6
d. 08 Jun 1956 D-19-01-08
on marker w/Mary DeVries
"At the residence of Rt. 5, Box 795, Salem, June 8, 1956 at the age of 78 years. Husband of Mary DeVries of Salem. Father of Harold DeVries, Salem; Arthur DeVries, Salem; Rudolph DeVries, Salem and Mrs. Olivia Gainer of Newberg, Ore. Eleven grandchildren also survive. Brother of Wm. DeVries of Salem; Mrs. Oliver Brunkow, Manzan-ita, Ore., and Mrs. Anna Grusiny of Lakin, Kans. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. with the Rev. V.L. Loucks and Rev. George W. Bruce officiating. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 9, 1956 11:3
DEVRIES, Gertie H.
b. 17 Dec 1847
d. 26 Apr 1930 D-19-04-03
on marker w/Hermann F. DeVries
"Mrs. Devries Is Called By Death--Mrs. Gertie DeVries, mother of Fred, Harmon and William DeVries of Salem, died yesterday morning in Portland. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morning from the Rigdon mortuary.
Mrs. DeVries was born in East Friesland, Germany, December 17, 1847, and in the spring of 1877 was married to Hermann DeVries, who died in November, 1920. Before her marriage she joined the Methodist church in Germany. With her family, she came to this county in 1885, settling at Macon, Nebr., where she courageously endured the hardships of pioneer life and with her husband and children helped to lay the found-ation of what is now a very progres-sive church in Macon. The family came to Oregon in 1902, and has lived eight miles east of Salem for 26 years. She lived with her daughters in Portland the past two years.
Besides the three sons already mentioned, she leaves the following children; Mrs. Anna Grusing of LaKin, Kansas, and Mrs. Tena Fischer and Mrs. Theda Brunkow of Portland. Another son died in infancy." OS Apr 27, 1930 5:7
DEVRIES, Harmon William
b. 18 Aug 1880
d. 08 Oct 1952 D-19-04-02
on marker w/Rose C. DeVries
"Harmon William de Vries, at the family residence, 5930 Fruitland Rd., Oct. 8, at the age of 72 years. Sur-vived by wife, Mrs. Rose de Vries, Salem; daughters, Miss Leona de Vries and Miss Wilma de Vries, both of Salem, and Miss Evelyn de Vries of Africa; two sons, the Rev. Harvey de Vries of Portland; and Norman de Vries, Columbus, O.; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Grusing, Lakin, Kan.; Mrs. Tenie Bauman, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Theda Brunkow, Manzanita, Ore.; three brothers, Fred and William de Vries both of Salem and Orven de Vries of Baltimore, Md. Also survived by three grandchildren. Member of the Pratum Methodist Church. Services will be held Friday, Oct. 10 at 1 p.m. in the Howell-Edwards Chapel with interment at Lee Mission Cemetery. The Rev. George Bruce and the Rev. Roy Fedje will officiate." OS Oct 10, 1952 10:2 s/o Herman & Gerte (Poppen) DeVries per Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Funeral Home Record #52
DEVRIES, Hermann F.
b. 21 Feb 1844
d. 20 Nov 1920 D-19-04-04
on marker w/Gertie H. DeVries
"Herman de Vries Dies at Home Near Pratum--Herman de Vries, 76 years old, died at his home near Pratum late Saturday night. The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the German Methodist church, Thirteenth and Center streets. Interment was made in Lee Mission cemetery.
Mr. de Vries is survived by his wife and six children, Fred, W.H., and William de Vries of Pratum; Mrs. Anna Grusing of Lydia, Kan., and Mrs. Lena Bauman, and Theda Brunkow of Portland. Mr. de Vries had been a resident of this vicinity for 18 years. He came to the United States from Germany 35 years ago." OS Nov 23, 1920 6:5 h/o Gertie H.; s/o Frederick DeVries per D/C #739
DEVRIES, Leona M.
b. 08 Mar 1911
d. 05 May 2000 RA-16-06
d. 2007 D-01-03
DEVRIES, Lillian M.
d. 02 Mar 1968 D-19-01-05
on marker w/William H. DeVries
"Mrs. Lillian DeVries, 77, River-side, Calif., formerly of Salem died Saturday in Riverside.
A native of Wittenberg, Wis., she came to Salem in 1912.
Surviving are her daughter, Irene Lilley, Los Altos, Calif.; two sons, Roland DeVries, Riverside, and the Rev. Maurice DeVries in California, and a brother, Milton E. Gralap, Salem.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Rigdon's Colonial Chapel. Inter-ment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." CJ Mar 4, 1968 6:3
d. 08 Nov 1958 D-19-01-07
on marker w/Fred DeVries
"At the residence, Rt. 5, Box 795, Salem, November 8th, at the age of 82 years. Mother of Harold de Vries, Salem, Arthur de Vries, Salem, Rudolph de Vries, Salem & Mrs. Olivia Gainer, Newberg; sister of Nick Gerig, Salem, Sam Gerig, Aloha, Ore., Jacob Gerig, Salem, Valentine Gerig, Salem, Sam Gerig, Aloha, Ore., & Mrs. Lena May, Vernonia, Ore. Services will be held Tuesday, November 11th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Rev. James Wilson & Dr. George Bruce will officiate. Interment, Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 10, 1958 5:2
DEVRIES, Rose C.
d. 26 Jan 1966 D-19-04-01
on marker w/Harmon W. DeVries
"Services will be 1:30 p.m. Friday at Howell-Edwards chapel for Mrs. Rose C. deVries, 81, of 5636 Fruitland Road NE, who died at her home Tuesday. Rev. William O. Walker will officiate. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jan 27, 1966 8:2
DEVRIES, William H.
d. 11 Sep 1959 D-19-01-06
on marker w/Lillian M. DeVries
"At the residence, Rt. 2, Box 604, Salem, Sept. 11 at the age of 66. Husband of Lillian deVries, Salem; father of The Rev. Maurice L. deVries, Stockton, California, The Rev. Roland G. deVries, Salem, Mrs. Irene Lilley, Salem; Brother of Mrs. Theda Brunkow, Manzanita, Oregon. Seven grandchild-ren also survive. Services will be held Monday, Sept. 14 at 2:00 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. with concluding services at the Lee Mission Cemetery. Dr. George Bruce and Rev. Gerald Nelson, officiating." OS Sep 13, 1959 5:1
b. 15 Sep 1912
d. 26 Apr 2001 RA-16-21
"Wilma deVries, 88, of Salem died Thursday.
Born and raised in Salem, she worked on her family farm near Pratum and was a nurse’s aide in home health care. She belonged to and was a Sunday School teacher at Trinity United Methodist Church and she enjoyed gardening and flowers. She was preceded in death by a sister.
Survivors include her brother Norman deVries of Columbus, Ohio.
Visiting will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors. Services will be 11 a.m. Friday at Lee Mission Cemetery. Contributions: the church." SJ Online
d. 26 Oct 1893 A-37-04-05
"Died-Mary Dexter-At her home on the Garden Road, Salem, Thursday, Oct 26, 1893, from consumption, Mrs. Mary Dexter, aged 28 years. Deceased was the wife of C.D. Dexter. The funeral arrangements have not yet been completed." OS Oct 27, 1893 4:4
Record of Interment #174 lists her age as 35 yrs
DEY, Edna K.
d. Reserved RA-53-11
on marker w/Norbert E. Dey
DEY, Norbert E. Rev
b. 09 Mar 1912
d. 26 Jul 1994 RA-53-12
on marker w/Edna K. Dey
"The Rev. Norbert E. Dey, 82, of Salem died Tuesday.
He was born in Vergas, Minn., and trained for the Lutheran ministry at Concordia College in St. Paul, Minn., and Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo.
In 1939, he married Edna K. Witte in Salt Lake City.
He served Lutheran parishes in Aberdeen, Ashton and Weiser, Idaho; Sandy, Klamath Falls and Stayton. He was a counselor in three church circuits during 16 years and served on the board of directors for the North-west District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
He retired from the ministry on Jan. 29, 1978. He moved to Salem with his wife in February that year.
Survivors include his wife; daugh-ters, Elisabeth Wheeler of Tucson, Ariz., and Carolyn Pugmire of Salem; sons, Norbert of Newberg, Jonathan of Bloomington, Ill., and Thomas of Los Alamos, N.M.; two sisters; and eight grandchildren.
Visiting will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Memorial services will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Redeemer Lutheran Church. Private family interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.
Contributions may be made to the Redeemer Lutheran Church memorial fund." SJ Jul 28, 1994 4B:2
DEYOE, J. Willard
d. 18 May 1927 D-29-01-02
"The funeral of the Rev. J.W. De Yoe, late pastor of the Leslie Metho-dist Episcopal church of Salem, will be held from the church at 10:30 a.m. Monday, May 23, Rev. D.H. Leech, superintendent of the Salem district, will be in charge. Bishop William O. Shepard will be present, as will other members of the Oregon conference cabinet. They will have a part in the services. Many other members of the conference are expected to be present to honor the memory of their departed co-laborer, who died at his residence, 348 Myers street, May 18, 1927, at the age of 50 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Harriet De Yoe; son, Paul De Yoe, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Smith at Mission, Texas. Rigdon's in charge." CJ May 20, 1927 11:8
DICKEY, David Davidson
b. 12 Nov 1836
d. 07 Apr 1911 OLD 139-05
on marker w/Martha, Ermine Dickey & Sallie D. Branson per D/C #1292
"Dickey--At the family home, at 2451 Trade street, Salem, Oregon, Friday, April 7, 1911, at 8:15 a.m., David G. Dickey, aged 74 years, 4 months and 25 days.
He is survived by his wife, three sons and two daughters. The funeral will take place from the residence Sunday at 2 o'clock. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 8, 1911 5:4 s/o John & Susan (Davidson) Dickey per D/C #1292
DICKEY, Ermine G.
d. 22 Sep 1886 OLD 139-08
on marker w/David & Martha Dickey & Sallie D. Branson
"At her father's home, half a mile north of the insane asylum, on Wed-nesday, Sept. 22, 1886, at 6 a.m., of typhoid fever, Miss Ermine G. Dickey, aged 16 years.
Funeral at 2 o'clock p.m. today, from the residence. The body will be interred in Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. M.L. Rugg will conduct the fun-eral services. Friends of the family are invited." WOS Sep 24, 1886 8:4
DICKEY, Martha Vann
b. 27 Nov 1843
d. 04 Jul 1920 OLD 139-06
on marker w/David & Ermine G. Dickey & Sallie D. Branson
"Martha Dickey Dead--Mrs. Martha Vann Dickey died at 1 o'clock Saturday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Parmenter. She was 76 years old and had been a resident of Salem for many years. She came to Oregon from Tennessee in 1867. Be-sides her daughter, she leaves three sons, James Dickey of Salem; W.H. Dickey of San Jose, Cal., and Roscoe Dickey of Sacramento, Cal.; and one sister, Mrs. Eliza James of Spring-field, Mo. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Rigdon chapel. Burial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 6, 1920 3:1-2
DICKMAN, Arthur William
b. 01 Mar 1893
d. 25 Oct 1983 RA-42-09
US Army World War I
"Keizer--Arthur William Dickman, 90, of 4916 13th Ave N. died Tuesday.
Born in Hammond, Minn., he moved to Salem in 1944. He was a foreman with the City of Salem until his retirement in 1958. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 661.
He is survived by his daughters, Bulah Cain, Irrigon (Morrow County), and Deloris Garner and Betty Flores, both of Salem; and son, Dick Dickman, Salem.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Salem. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ Oct 27, 1983 8A:3
DICKMAN, Arthur William Jr.
d. 04 Apr 1949 C-19-01-06
on marker w/Dick A. Dickman
Interment Record #1632
"Auto Mishaps Kill Boy and Man in Valley Area--Fifteen-year-old Arthur J. Dickman jr., 4035 Gary st., died at a local hospital Monday morning of injuries incurred earlier when the car in which he was a passenger overturned on a curve south of Liberty.
Gene Van Pellacher, 121 Williams ave., was in Salem General hospital with a fractured skull. His condition was described by hospital officials as "fair". Daniel Bouge, 20, 4115 Batting st., driver of the car, William Harris, 22, and Andrew Huggins, 24, 284 N. Commercial st., were uninjured. State police said the car apparently failed to make a curve and tipped over shortly after midnight Sunday. Dick-man died at the hospital about 7:30 a.m. Monday morning.
Dickman is survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Dickman, Salem; brother, Richard Dickman, Salem; sisters, Mrs. Beulah Cain and Mrs. Betty Flowers Flores, both of Salem, and Mrs. Dolores Gardner, Rudehouse, Ill. Funeral arrangements are in charge of Howell-Edwards company." OS Apr 5, 1949 1:4
DICKMAN, Dick Arthur
d. 29 Dec 1986 C-19-01-07
on marker w/Arthur W. Dickman
"Dick Arthur Dickman, 58, of Salem, died Monday. He was born in Hammond, Minn., and moved here in 1948. He was a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors include his sisters, Betty Flores, Salem, and Beulah Cain, Irrigon (Morrow County).
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Dec 30, 1986 2B:5
DICKMAN, Elizabeth E.
b. 14 Apr 1894
d. 27 Apr 1981 RA-42-10
"Elizabeth E. Dickman, 87, of 4916 13th Ave. N, died Monday at Salem Convalescent Center.
Born in Mazeppa, Minn., she came to Salem in 1944. She was a member of the Catholic Church.
Survivors include her husband, Arthur; son, Dick, Salem; daughters, Beulah Cain, Irrigon, Deloris Garner and Betty Flores, both of Salem; brother, Matt Elgin, Faribault, Minn.; sisters, Margaret Geortz, West Allis, Wis., Ann Franz, Hammond, Minn., and Clara Pennington, Eyota, Minn.; 16 grandchildren and 38 great-grand-children.
The casket will be open until 9 tonight at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary where services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Apr 29, 1981 2B:3
d. Reserved RA-43-10
d. Reserved RA-43-09
b. 15 Mar 1831
d. 09 May 2012 RC-32-09
DIETZ, Agnes C. Fenton
See: FENTON-DIETZ, Agnes C.
DIETZ, E. Louise
b. 09 Feb 1916
d. 02 Dec 1976 RA-20-05
wife of Paul Dietz
Beloved wife & mother
"E. Louise Dietz, 60, of 1970 Chemeketa St. NE, died Thursday in a Portland hospital following a long illness.
A native of Glen Elder, Kan., she moved to Salem in 1955. She was a member of First United Methodist Church.
Surviving are widower, Paul; daughters, Cheryl Dunn, Tualatin, and Cathy Reinwald, Salem; brother, Denzil Knight, Stockton, Calif.; sisters, Eunice Dietz, Salem, Myrtle Burk, Sal-ina, Kan., Mary Copenhafer, Troy, Kan., and Martha Dietz, Cawker City, Kan.; and two grandchildren.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary and interment in Jason Lee Cemetery.
The family suggests contributions to American Cancer Society." SJ Dec 4, 1976 10A:5
DIETZ, Elsie Azalea
d. 14 Nov 1982 RA-41-01
on marker w/John E. Dietz
"Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary for Elsie Azalea Dietz, 88, of 6648 Devon Ave. S, who died Sunday.
Born in Ionia, Kan., she came here in 1964. She was a member of the Englewood Methodist Church and United Methodist Women.
Survivors include sons, Paul L., Salem, and Howard E., Lebanon, Kan.; daughter, Olive E. Applebee, Beloit, Kan.; brothers, Lester Colson, Beloit, and Forrest Colson, Mankato, Kan.; sisters, Lib Henningsen, Mankato, Kan., Ida Arasmith, Jewell, Kan., and Margaret Blacker, Yuma, Colo.
Interment will be in Jason Lee Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Englewood Church Memorial Fund." OS Nov 16, 1982 3B:2
DIETZ, John E.
d. 14 Jan 1974 RA-41-02
on marker w/Elsie A. Dietz
"John E. Dietz, 83, 2085 17th St. NE, died Monday in a Salem hospital.
A resident of Salem for the past 10 years, he was born in Ionia, Kan.
Surviving are widow Elsie; sons Paul L. and Donald E., both Salem, and Howard, Lebanon, Kan.; daughter Mrs. Olive Applebee of Kansas, brother Ray and sisters Susan Kuiken, Alice Cline, Elsa Gillmore and Alma Roach, all in Kansas; 12 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Rev. Keith Maxwell officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Family suggests contributions to the memorial fund of Englewood United Methodist Church." OS Jan 16, 1974 24:1
d. 06 May 1905 D-21-04-03
Ruhe Sanft in Kuehler
Gruft Biss Dich Dein
"Dietz--At the home of Mr. Schmitke, near Turner, Saturday, May 6, 1905, at 6 o'clock a.m., Mr. C. Dietz, of asthma and heart trouble.
Deceased was well-known in this city, where he has resided for many years having just recently purchased a farm near Turner, where he resided until the time of his death. He is an old resident of Sidney, Oregon, having come from that place to Salem. He leaves a wife and several children.
The funeral will be held tomorrow at 3 o'clock, from the German Baptist church, in this city, and burial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." WCJ May 11, 1905 9:8 died of heart and lung trouble at age 73 per D/C #1477
DIETZ, Paul Laverne
b. 15 Sep 1915 Jewell Co, KS
d. 24 Nov 2010 Maron Co, OR RA-20-06
"Paul was born in Ionia, Kan. on September 15, 1915 to John and Elsie Dietz. He grew up on a rural farm in Kansas and became a farmer. He later moved to Oregon after a brief move to Arizona. Paul's final employment was with the State of Oregon, where he retired. Our father was 100% family man and he raised us to be the same. Many, many people loved Paul and his love of life and his love of family and he will be missed by all.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Louise Dietz; sister, Olive Applebee; and brother, Donald Dietz. He is survived by his brother, Howard Dietz of Smith Center, Kan.; daughter; Cheryl Dunn of Tualatin, Ore.; daughter and son-in-law, Cathy and Don Barnes of Salem, Ore.; two granddaughters, and three great-grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, December 14, 2010 at Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem. The family is asking, instead of flowers, to make your donation to First Christian Church at 402 N. 1st, Street, Silverton, Oregon 97381, in the name of Paul Dietz.
Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. [Statesman Journal, Salem, OR, December 5, 2010]
b. 11 Sep 1853
d. 26 May 1932 A-42-01-04
"At the residence, 2011 Maple avenue, May 26, Conrad Dillman, hus-band of Barbara Dillman, father of Conrad Dillman Jr., of Los Angeles. He was a native of Germany, aged 78 years 8 months and 5 days. Funeral services from the Terwilliger Funeral home, Saturday, May 28 at 2:30 p.m. Interment in the Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS May 27, 1932 5:3
DILLON, Isaac Rev
d. 06 Jun 1902 OLD 190-01
Methodist preacher 58 years.
Pastor, teacher, editor, Presiding elder.
He adorned the gospel of the grace of God by a holy and upright life.
on marker w/Marie Clarisse Dillon
"A Grievous Loss--I write you of the probable death by drowning of our greatly beloved brother, and father in our Israel, the Rev. Isaac Dillon, D.D. Brother James Frankland, county clerk of San Juan County, and for many years an influential man in Puget Sound Methodism, came to me yesterday bringing the sad news. Saturday morning, June 7th, he learned that a boat with the overcoat, umbrella, etc., of Dr. Dillon had been found afloat on the Sound, and he started out on a launch to investigate. He could get no trace of the Doctor, but learned that he left Port Stanley on the afternoon of Friday to go to Newhall, on Orcas Island. About 3 o'clock Saturday morning the boat was sighted and was soon recovered. Under all the circumstances we can but conclude that in some way we shall never know, the body of this eminent servant of God found a grave in the waters of Puget Sound, in the evening of June 6th, while his devout and pure spirit ascended to enter upon rest that remaineth for the people of God. In his pastoral, district, education-al, and editorial work he made a deep impression in his fifty years of residence on this Northwest Coast. We who were near him knew that he had been in failing health for some months.
In the early part of this Conference year he served Nooksack, but after an attack of grippe, from which he did not fully recover, he resigned his charge.
It was a benediction to know him, and his memory will be as ointment poured forth." PCA Jun 18, 1902 7:1
DILLON, Marie Clarisse
d. 07 Apr 1883 Seattle, W.T. OLD 190-02
wife of Rev. I. Dillon, DD of Oregon Conf.
All for Jesus None for self.
on marker w/Isaac Dillon
"Mrs. Dillon's Burial--Rev. Dr. Dillon, with his daughter, Mrs. Edith Kellogg, accompanied by Rev. W.S. Harrington, their pastor, and his wife and Mrs. Rev. L.J. Powell, with the body of Mrs. Dillon in charge, arri-ved in Portland at five P.M. Tuesday on their way to Salem to deposit the mortal remains of Mrs. Dillon in Lee Mission Cemetery. They were met at the wharf by Rev. G.W. Izer and his wife, Rev. T.L. Sails of East Portland, Rev. A. Atwood, Rev. W.B. Osborne, and Rev. H.K. Hines, fellow workers with Dr. Dillon in the ministry, and by several laymen, who had shared the pastoral care of Brother Dillon and the personal friendship of his wife. The funeral party immediately crossed to East Portland where they remained for the night, and took the morning train for Salem where the funeral obsequies were performed in the afternoon. They were under the charge of Rev. J.N. Denison pastor of the M.E. Church in that city, and Rev. W.S. Harrington of Seattle. The Editor of the Advocate accompanied the party to Salem to participate in the mournful services. We write before the exercises, and so cannot give an account of them. Sister Dillons body will rest among the honored dead who sleep in Lee Mission Cemetery, both she and they honored by their companionship in death, as well as by the oneness of their work in life." PCA Apr 12, 1883 5:1
b. 1910 CA
d. 08 Jul 1912 OLD 139-12
"Dimse--At the farm home, two miles east of the asylum, Monday night, at 10 o'clock, Jennie, the 18-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dimse.
Death came very suddenly, as the child was well and hearty yesterday, playing about the house and yard as usual. The parents of the child believe that it ate some green fruit, as the symptoms were very similar to cholera morbus.
The funeral will be held from the Rigdon & Richardson undertaking establishment Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial at Lee Mission ceme-tery." CJ Jul 9, 1912 8:6
b. 19 Sep 1895
d. 19 Sep 1953 A-30-01-05
"Herman Dittmer, at a local hospital, Sept. 19, at the age of 58 years. Survived by sister, Johanna Bowders and a nephew, Ross H. Bowders, both of Salem. Services will be held at the Howell-Edwards Funeral Home Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 3 p.m. with the Rev. H.W. Gross officiating. Inter-ment at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Sep 22, 1953 II:3:1
DIVEL, Donna Rae
b. 23 Mar 1933
d. 08 Jun 1983 RA-06-06
on marker w/Richard Divel
"Donna Rae Divel, 50, of 1754 82nd Ave. SE, died Wednesday.
Born in Norway, Kan., she moved to Salem in 1959. She was a member of the Bethel Church in Amity.
Survivors include her husband, Richard L., daughters, Cheri L. Divel, Dale E. Chrisman, Sandy J. Hansen, Cindy G. Gerig and Julie R. Divel, all of Salem; son, Rick S., Salem; mother, Gladys Northcott, Salem; and brothers, Dallas Northcott, Salem, and Bill Lewis, Chicago.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.
The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society." SJ Jun 10, 1983 2B:2
DIVEL, Gladys Marie
b. 12 Mar 1899
d. 05 Apr 1987 RA-36-12
on marker w/J. Milton Divel
"Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, for Gladys Marie Divel, 88, of Salem, who died Sunday.
Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and 8 a.m. to noon Thursday at the Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Salem.
She was born in St. Louis, Mo., and moved to Salem in 1956. She was a member of the Methodist church and the Rebekah Lodge.
Surviving are her sons, Richard L. and Wendall E., both of Salem; and sister, Eva Mae Feddee, Corbett." SJ Apr 8, 1987 2B:5
DIVEL, John Milton
d. 04 Jan 1969 RA-36-11
on marker w/Gladys M. Divel
"John M. Divel, 72, of 1697 Baker St. NE, died Thursday at a Salem hospital. He was a native of Jewell, Kan., where he farmed until moving to Salem in 1956.
Surviving are widow Gladys, Salem; sons Richard, Salem and Wendell, Con-cord, Calif.; and nine grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at W.T. Rigdon mortuary, Rev. Arthur Brust officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jan 10, 1969 20:5
DIVEL, Richard Lee
b. 19 Sep 1925
d. 19 Jun 2001 RA-06-05
on marker w/Donna Divel
"SALEM - Richard went home to be with our Lord early Tuesday morning.
He was born in Jewell, Kan., and moved to Salem in 1959. He was one of the original employees of OSCI when it opened in 1959. He loved his family and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a member of the Sunnyslope Christian Reformed Church.
Richard was preceded in death by his wife, Donna (Northcott); daughter, Dale Nelson; and grandson, Steven Gerig.
He is survived by his wife, Ruthe (Meyer), daughters and sons-in-law, Cheri and Richard Villwock of Salem, Sandy and Jary Hansen of Bend, Cindy and Eric St. Louis of Salem, and Julie and Kurt Nordlien of Keizer; son and daughter-in-law, Rick and Darla Divel of Bend; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandson; and a brother, Wendell of Salem.
Viewing will be noon to 5 p.m. Friday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors. Services will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, June 23 at Sunnyslope Christian Reformed Church, 197 Hrubetz St. SE in Salem. " SJ Online}
DIVEL, Ruth E.
b. 05 Jul 1931
d. 14 Aug 1975 RA-25-09
"Ruth Elaine Divel, 4054 Carolina Ave. NE, died Thursday in a Salem hospital at age 44 after a long illness.
She was born in California.
Surviving are widower Wendell; daughter Jeanette Brown, sons Steven and Allen, all Salem; father William Trogdon of California, mother Florence Benedict, Seattle; grandmother Mabel Church of California; one sister and one grandchild.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, with inter-ment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Aug 15, 1975 14:5
DIXON, Doris Marie (Hoogerhyde)
b. 09 Sep 1907 Grand Rapids, MI
d. 15 May 1972 Salem, OR A-23-03-01
In memory of a loving wife and mother, who gave her all to us
d/o Cornelius and Wilhelmina (Pettinger) Hoogerhyde
w/o Hobart Dixon
"Doris Marie Dixon, 64, 496 Ford St. SE, died Monday at a Salem hospital.
Born in Grand Rapids, Mich., she came to Salem 47 years ago. She was an apartment manager.
Surviving are widower Hobart; sons Robert Gene, Roy Raymond and Donald Jan, all of Salem, and Ralph Edward, Cudahy, Calif.; brothers Kenneth Hoogerhyde, Rockaway, and Clarence Hoogerhyde, Seaside; sister Mrs. Annabelle Scherman, Dallas; 13 grand-children.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Barrick mortuary, Rev. Ted Hulbert officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS May 17, 1972 30:1
DOANE, Mary Draper
b. 22 Oct 1861 Olympia, Wa
d. 03 Jun 1923 DS-10
"Doane--In Portland, June 3, Miss Mary Doane, daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. N. Doane. Funeral party arrives today, Tuesday, at 2:42 Southern Pacific, and the cortege will proceed direct to Lee Mission cemetery for concluding services and final disposition. Rigdon & son, directors." OS Jun 5, 1923 5:2
DOANE, Matilda Draper
b. 02 Oct 1825 Bradford VT
d. 22 Apr 1916 Portland, OR DS-11
wife of Nehemiah Doane, DD
Always abounding in the work of the Lord
"Will Be Buried in Salem--Burial services over the late Mrs. Matilda Doane, aged 90 years, who died Saturday in Portland, will be held upon the arrival of the body from Portland this morning, at Lee Mission cemetery. The funeral was held yesterday from the Centenary church in Portland." OS Apr 23, 1916 5:3
DOANE, Nehemiah DD
b. 22 Jan 1820 Eastham Mass
d. 04 May 1905 University Park, OR DS-12
Missionary of 1849
In Labors Abundant
"Burial here--Dr. Doane, one of the oldest pioneer ministers in Oregon, whose death occurred at his home in University Park last Thursday, was buried in this city yesterday, his body having been brought here on the 11 o'clock morning train. It was met at the station by the Revs. Dr. W.H. Selleck, T.H. Royal, and W.S. Gordon. Dr. Doane was a native of Massachu-setts where he received his education and came to Oregon in 1849, coming up the Columbia River in an open boat. For many years he lived in this city where he is remembered by many of the older citizens." OS May 10, 1905 4:4
DOBSON, Elna L.
d. 2001 RA-58-11
d. Reserved RA-58-12
DOBSON, Walter E.
b. 07 Dec 1919
d. 09 Oct 2014 RA-58-10
"Walter E. Dobson--December 7, 1919 - October 9, 2014--SALEM - Graveside Services Oct. 18th at 2pm at Lee Mission Cemetery followed by Memorial Services at 3pm at Holy Cross Lutheran Church." [Statesman Journal October 11, 2014]
DODD, Baby Boy
d. 26 Jun 1949 C-43-01-10
Interment Record #1650: Baby Boy Dodd, died 26 Jun 1949, buried Jun 27, 1949
DODENDORF, Marvin H.
b. 02 Jun 1901
d. 28 May 1979 RA-26-06
"Marvin H. Dodendorf, 77, 650 Thompson Ave. NE, died Monday in a Salem hospital.
He was born in Humphrey, Neb., attending school there, in Columbus, Neb., and at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. He was a retired accountant and a 50-year member of Masonic Lodge, Canon City, Colo., and member of First Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include wife, Myrtle E.; daughter, Kathryn Ann Franklin, Salem; one grandchild.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church and private interment follows in Lee Mission Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the memorial fund of First Presbyterian Church. Rigdon-Ransom mortuary is in charge of arrangements." SJ May 30, 1979 1C:5
DODENDORF, Myrtle E.
b. 18 Dec 1899
d. 03 Feb 1982 RA-26-05
"Myrtle Estelle Dodendorf, 82, of 652 Thompson Ave, NE, died Wednesday in Salem Hospital Memorial Unit following an illness.
Born in Nysted, Neb., she had lived in Salem since 1966, and was a retired schoolteacher. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, the Sojourners, the National Retired Teachers Association and the American Association of Retired Persons.
Surviving are her daughter Kathyrn A. Franklin, Salem; brother, A.E. Dwehus, Dannebrog, Neb. and sisters, Alice Isaacson, Colorado Springs, Colo., Sylvia Holland, Grand Junction, Colo., and Jean Burkett, Victorville, Calif.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in the Salem First Presbyterian Church, with private interment in Lee Mission Cemetery. Rigdon-Ransom mortu-ary is in charge." SJ Feb 4, 1982 2B:3
DODGE, Eliza A.
d. 20 Feb 1913 OLD 124-04
"Mrs. Eliza A. Dodge, aged 86 years died in this city on Wednesday. Mrs. Dodge was born in Sutton, Mass., and was a pioneer, having come to Salem in 1862. She is survived by two sons, a granddaughter, Grace Dodge, of Waconda, and one sister, Mrs. Hamilton Parrish, of this city. She is also a sister of the late C.M. Parmenter. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the United Evangelical church, of which she was a member for many years. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Feb 20, 1913 8:7 d/o Joel & Heretta (Luthe) Parmenter per D/C #555
DOLAND, Jay Lee
b. 15 Sep 1960
d. Reserved RC-12-04
DOLAND, Reta Jean
b. 08 Aug 1959
d. Reserved RC-12-03
b. 23 Apr 1961
d. 01 Mar 2013 WA RC-10-03
"Darlene A. Dorosh--April 23, 1961 - March 1, 2013--PORTLAND - Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service in Salem." [Statesman Journal March 7, 2013]
DOUTHART, Albert N.
d. 10 Mar 1915 D-13-01-04
"Douthart--Wednesday, March 10, 1915, at 2 a.m., in Salem, Or., at his late home, on Center street, near Twenty-first street, Albert N. Douthart, aged 69 years.
He had been a resident of Salem for thirty-five years, being employed for twenty-five years as a millwright in the Salem Flouring Mills. A brother and sister in the east survive him.
The funeral services will be held today at 10 a.m. from the parlors of Webb & Clough, Rev. R.N. Avison officiating. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 11, 1915 5:6
DOVE, Harry Dawson
b. 01 May 1907
d. 11 Nov 1918 OLD 114-11
s/o Arthur G. Dove; born Dobbin, WV & died at State Institution of Feeble-Minded of heart disease per D/C #579
d. 11 Mar 1968 A-30-01-04
on marker w/Walter J. Downs
Died in Marion Co. per OR Death Index
DOWNS, Walter J.
b. 20 May 1880
d. 21 Mar 1954 A-30-01-03
on marker w/Ellen Downs
"W.J. Downs, Ex-Glass Shop Owner Dies--Walter J. Downs, 73, late resident of 1190 N. 20th St., and former owner of the Downs Glass Shop, 680 Breys Ave., died Sunday morning in a local hospital following an illness which had kept him bedfast for several months.
Born at New Harmony, Ind., May 20, 1880, he moved to Oregon as a young man and settled in Portland. Later he worked in the Spokane and Pendleton area and in 1906 was married to Miss Helen Zahner in Spokane. The family moved to Salem in 1924 and a few years later Downs opened the glass shop which is now operated by his son.
He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Helen Downs of Salem; and one son, Alfred Downs of Salem. Funeral services will be announced later by the W. T. Rigdon Co." OS Mar 22, 1954 II:3:6
d. 02 Oct 1931 A-23-02-05
on marker w/Lena & Henry Dreschel
RI #1267 Arthur Dreschel, age 31, died 02 Oct 1931 of asthma, buried 08 Oct 1931 in Block 23 Sec A, Lot 2, Grave 5
"At the residence, 652 North 14th street, October 2, Arthur Drechsel, 31. Survived by mother, Mrs. Lina Drechsel; brothers, Henry and Otto Drechsel; sisters, Mrs. August and Mrs. Fred Buchholz of Fergus Falls, Minn., and Mrs. Martha Snyder of Oakland, Cal. Funeral services Thurs-day, October 8, at 1:30 p.m. from the chapel of the Salem mortuary, 545 North Capitol street, and at 2 p.m. from the St. John's Lutheran church, Rev. H. W. Gross officiating. Inter-ment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 8, 1931 9:3
d. 25 Apr 1931 A-23-02-06
on marker w/Lena & Arthur Dreschel
RI #1254 Henry Dreschel, age 65, died 25 Apr 1931 of Hypertrophy prostate, buried 30 Apr 1931 in Block 23 Sec A Lot 2 Grave 6, 2 spaces purchased by Mrs Dreschel of Salem
"At the residence, 857 North 16th street, Henry Drechsel, 65. Survived by widow, Mrs. Lina Drechsel; sons, Henry and Otto of Fergus Falls, Minn., and Arthur of Salem; daughters, Emma and Amanda of Fergus Falls and Mrs. Martha Snyder of Oakland, Cal.; three brothers, John of Fergus Falls, Martin of Salem, Carl of Spokane, Wash.; and a half sister, Margauret Stocher of Germany. Preliminary funeral services Thursday, April 30, at 1:45 p.m., from the chapel of Salem mortuary, 545 North Capitol street, with services at 2 o'clock from the St. John's Lutheran church, Rev. H. W. Gross officiating. Interment Jason Lee cemetery." OS Apr 30, 1931 3:2
DRECHSEL, Lena (Richter)
b. 20 Jul 1870 Germany
d. 16 Nov 1960 Salem, OR A-23-02-04
on marker w/Arthur & Henry Dreschel
"Death Claims Lina Drechsel--A native of Germany, 90-year old Mrs. Lina Drechsel, died Wednesday night at a Salem nursing home following an illness of several years.
Mrs. Drechsel was born in Germany, July 20, 1870, and came to the United States at age 10. She married Henry Drechsel in 1932, and they came to the Pacific Coast in 1920, living briefly at Spokane, then moving to Salem.
Her husband died in 1932. They farmed for many years in Minnesota before coming to the coast.
Mrs. Dreschel was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church of Salem.
Survivors include sons Otto Drechsel of Fergus Fall, Minn., and Henry Drechsel of Salem; daughters, Mrs. Emma Buchholz of Fergus Falls, Mrs. Martha Thompson of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Amanda Buchholz of Salem; brother Otto Richter of Fergus Falls, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Funeral services are pending at W.T. Rigdon Funeral Home." OS Nov 17, 1960 II:15:5
b. 12 Feb 1868
d. 28 Sep 1932 A-23-01-08
RI #1288 Martin Dreschel, age 65, died 28 Sep 1932 of cancer of abdomen; buried 03 Oct 1932 in Block 23 Sec A Lot 1 Grave 8, 1 space purchased
D/C #703 s/o Christ Dreschel
"In this city Wednesday, September 28, Martin Drechsel, aged 64 years. Survived by one sister, Mrs. Margaret Stocker of Germany, two brothers, Karl Drechsel of Spokane, Wash., and John Drechsel of Fergus Falls, Minn.; also a sister-in-law, Mrs. Lena Drechsel of this city. Funeral services Monday, October 3, at 1:30 p.m. from the chapel of Salem Mortuary, 545 North Capitol street. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 30, 1932 5:2
DRESNER, Mary N.
d. 09 May 1937 A-26-02-04
on marker w/Paul J. Dresner
"At the residence, 1995 North Church street, May 9, Mary Dresner, aged 57 years. Wife of Paul Dresner; mother of Alfred of Marion, Mrs. E.M. Butler and Mrs. M.H. Battalion, both of Salem; sister of Herman Nehring and Mrs. Otto Marsteller, both of Texas. Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon company chapel Tuesday, May 11, at 11 a.m., Rev. Amos E. Minneman officiating." OS May 11, 1937 5:1
DRESNER, Paul John
d. 24 Oct 1961 A-26-02-03
on marker w/Mary N. Dresner
"P.J. Dresner, 82, Succumbs--Paul John Dresner, a resident of the Salem area for over 40 years; died Tuesday at a Salem hospital at age 82. He had been ill several months.
He came to the United States from Germany at the age of two, and to Oregon about 41 years ago. He farmed in the Marion area until retirement several years ago. Dresner lived with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M.H. Battalion at 1995 Church St. NE.
Survivors in addition to Mrs. Battalion include a daughter, Mrs. Ruby Butler of Salem, two grand-children and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Barrick Funeral Chapel, Rev. G.G. Hilligoss officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Ceme-tery." OS Oct 25, 1961 5:5
DRISKELL, Mattie E.
d. 1982 RA-30-05
At Rest--Blest Be The Tie That Binds
on marker w/Wesley W. Driskell
DRISKELL, Wesley W.
d. 18 Jul 1961 RA-30-04
At Rest--Blest Be The Tie That Binds
on marker w/Mattie E. Driskell
"Salem Resident Taken By Death--Wesley Driskell, 69, died Tuesday at a Salem nursing home, following illness of several years.
A native of Missouri, he moved to Salem in 1946, and for several years worked as a fireman at the Fairview Homes' heating plant.
Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Mattie Driskell of 895 Thompson Ave. NE; son, Wesley Driskell Jr., Medford; and two grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending at Howell-Edwards Funeral Home." OS Jul 19, 1961 5:6
DRIVER, Anna S. Northnip
b. 21 Apr 1839
d. 21 May 1873 OLD 182-01
on marker w/Mary, Eunice & Leanna Driver
4th wife of Rev. I.D. Driver
"Mrs. Anna S. Driver--Consort of Rev. I.D. Driver, was born in Fulton, New York, April 21, 1839, and died of inflammation of the stomach, near Salem, Oregon, May 21, 1873. Her mother died while Anna was quite a girl. Her father was a Congregational preacher. Her early advantages were good, and she became possessed of a good education. She came to this State about seven years ago, and was engaged for some time in teaching in the public schools in Portland, after which she taught the colored school in that city for one year. After a stay of four years, she returned to Michigan, where two years ago she was united in marriage to her present bereaved husband.
When fifteen years old, she was converted and united with the Presbyterian Church, but after her arrival in Oregon she united by letter with the Methodist Evangelical Church. On her return to Michigan, she again connected herself with the Church of her early choice, but after her marriage she removed her membership to the Methodist Episcopal Church, where she remained until death.
Sister Driver was a systematic Christian. She had system in her temporal affairs, and she served her Maker systematically. In the Church she found much to do in visiting and instructing the destitute. With all the means of spiritual culture found in the Church, and with every depart-ment of Christian enterprise she was in full sympathy. What she did was done in the name of the Lord. She was a Christian. When death came she was ready to depart and be with Christ.
Her last illness was of more than twenty days duration, and her suffer-ings were intense, but she bore her affliction with Christian resignation. Christ Jesus was her grand theme. A little while before she died she said to them by her side, `Don't speak to me.' She seemed desirous of being alone with Jesus, and closing her hands she repeated His name, communing with Him amid the calm glory of the evening twilight. Calmly and serenely she passed away. Her last words were `All is well.'" PCA May 29, 1873
DRIVER, Eunice Frances
d. 02 May 1870 OLD 182-01
age 2y2m3d -- Our infant dau
on marker w/Mary, Leanna & Anna S. Driver
"Died--In Salem, May 2nd, 1870, Eunice Frances, aged 2 years and 2 months, youngest child of Rev. I.D. Driver" PCA May 14, 1870 3:2 See also PCA May 7, 1870
DRIVER, Grace I.
b. 23 Apr 1878
d. 02 Jun 1943 C-42-02-08
Interment Record #1478
"Retired Minister of Methodist Church Dies--Miss Grace I. Driver, a retired minister of the Methodist church who had resided in Corvallis for the past 3 1/2 years passed away in a Corvallis hospital at 6:50 Thursday evening as the result of a heart ailment.
The daughter of Rev. Isaac D., and Mary E. Williams Driver, she was born at Brownsville, April 23, 1878. When a small child she moved with her parents to Portland and soon after they went to Eugene where Miss Driver attended the public schools and the University of Oregon. Later she graduated from the Kimball Theological school of Salem and later was ordained by the Methodist church. She had taught school and also had served in various pastorates in Oregon. Miss Driver had been an active member of the WCTU and various church organiz-ations. Surviving are two sisters, Miss Lena Driver, Corvallis; Mrs. Frances E. Wolverton, Portland; three brothers, Wiley A. Driver, Independ-ence; Paul S. Driver, Seattle; Ralph A. Driver, San Jose, California; an aunt, Mrs. M.A. Kump, Eugene, and several nieces and nephews.
Final rites are to be held in the Keeney funeral chapel at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. Dr. Thomas Yarnes of the Methodist church of Forest Grove will officiate assisted by Dr. D.H. Leech of Albany. Interment will follow in Jason Lee Memorial cemetery at Salem." Corvallis Gazette Times Jun 4, 1943 6:4
DRIVER, Isaac D. Rev
b. 27 Aug 1824
d. 30 Oct 1907 OLD 182-09
Jno 17:3 broken stone
A member of the American ME Conference
"Funeral of Dr. Driver--Emminent Pastor to Be Laid to Rest in the Historic Lee Mission Cemetery--The remains of the late I.D. Driver will be laid to rest in Lee Mission ceme-tery this afternoon, after services at the First Methodist church at 2 o'clock. Dr. Driver was 88 years, but his mental faculties were unimpaired to the last, so that the cause of Methodism loses a strong support in his demise." DOS Nov 1, 1907 5:3 See also: DOS Oct 31, 1907 1:1 b. Ohio; died at Tangent, OR; m1. 1848 Rebecca Crumley (d.1849); m2. 1852 Mary Hardenbrook (d. c1868); m3. Leanna Iles c.1871 (d. c.1872); m4. Anna Northrup (d. 1875); m5. 1877 Mary E. Williams (d.1928) compiled from numerous sources.
DRIVER, James William
b. 27 Feb 1866
d. 25 Feb 1920 OLD 182-10
"James Driver Dies At Dayton--Well Known Man Succumbs to At-tack of Pneumonia and Influenza-J.W. Driver died at Dayton, Or., on Wednesday, February 25, 1920, age 5 years, of pneumonia. "Jim" Driver, the deceased, was born in Corvallis, Or. He lived in Salem and Brownsville nearly all his life. The funeral services will be held in the First Methodist church of Dayton today, February 27, and burial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery at Salem, the funeral cortege arriving here probably about 2 o'clock.
Deceased was a son of Rev. I.D. Driver, who passed to his reward several years ago, and who was in his time one of the leading Methodist ministers of this section. It was while he was pastor here that the First Methodist church building of Salem was planned and erected." OS Feb 27, 1920 6:7 s/o Isaac & Mary (Hardenbrook) Driver; h/o Jennie per Yamhill Co. D/C #47
DRIVER, L. Lee
b. 01 Oct 1881
d. 03 Dec 1935 OLD 182-05
"Was Known in Corvallis--L. Lee Driver, who died Tuesday at a Eugene hospital was known to a number of Corvallis people. He was a son of Dr. I.D. Driver, pioneer Oregon minister and Methodist theologian, and Mary Driver, and was born in Eugene. He leaves a widow, four daughters and other relatives including two grand-children." C-GT Dec 5, 1935 4:3
DRIVER, Leanna Iles
b. Portland, OR
d. 06 Apr 1870 OLD 182-03
3rd wife of Isaac
on marker w/Mary, Eunice & Anna S. Driver
"Died at the Occidental Hotel in Portland on the 6th inst., of Hemmorage of the stomach, Mrs. Leanna Driver, wife of Rev. I.D. Driver, Agent of the American Bible Society.
Mrs. Driver had accompanied her husband on a tour to Puget Sound, and in returning from Victoria by sea, the rough weather brought on sea-sickness so severe that it could not be con-troled; Gastritus supervened and in spite of the most careful attention and skill, she sunk into the arms of death, four days after reaching Port-land. She died in peace, and though the messenger came unexpectedly, under circumstances of deep affliction, she gave evidence of careful preparation. There is reason to believe our sister had been a praying person from child-hood, yet she did not make an open profession of religion until January of the present year. Thus at the age of 26, leaving a beloved husband, with a family of seven children to be cared for, and in the early stages of religious experience, at a distance from home is this sister called away. Everything that medical skill, careful attention, and Christian sympathy, could do to save her was promptly done. The body was taken to the parsonage of the Taylor St. Church, thence to her home at Salem, on Thursday, buried on Friday with funeral services in the M.E. Church on the following Sabbath." PCA Apr 30, 1870 3:2
DRIVER, Lena E.
d. 13 Aug 1966 Marion County, Oregon C-42-02-07
d/o Isaac D. Driver
Died in Marion Co. per OR Death Index
b. 02 Mar 1827 OH
d. 24 Apr 1868 OLD 182-02
2nd wife of I.D. Driver
on marker w/Eunice, Leanna & Anna S. Driver
"Death of Sister Driver--We sincerely regret to learn, through a private letter from Salem, of the death, by consumption, of Sister I.D. Driver on the 24th ult. Beyond the mention of her decease and the fact that she died in peace, we have no data for a proper notice of this sad event. We learn that her funeral sermon will be preached in the M.E. church in Salem, tomorrow evening by Rev. L.T. Woodward. We commend the bereaved husband and children to the God of all grace and comfort." PCA May 2, 1868 3:1 d/o Ralph & Eunice Hardenbrook
DRIVER, Mary Eliza Williams
d. 08 Dec 1928 OLD 182-06
The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want.
5th wife of Rev. I.D. Driver
"Mary E. Driver died December 8 at Eugene. She was the mother of the Rev. Grace Driver of Turner, Roy, Lee and Lena Driver of Eugene; Wiley of Los Angeles; Ralph of San Jose; Paul of Portland; and Mrs. J.B. Milton of Eugene. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Martha Kump of Eugene and Mrs. Laura Gorman of Bellfountain and three brothers, Frank Williams of Halsey, Howard Williams of San Fran-cisco and W.A. Williams of Portland. Funeral services from Rigdon's mortuary, Tuesday, December 11, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 11, 1928 3:5
DRIVER, Royal Diltz
b. 14 May 1880
d. 09 Nov 1931 OLD 182-08
"Royal D. Driver, 51, Son of Former M.E. Minister, Is Dead--Royal Diltz Driver, 51, a native of Eugene and a son of the late Dr. I.D. Driver, prominent for many years as a Metho-dist minister in Oregon, died of apoplexy at his farm home near Tangent at 10 o'clock a.m. Monday, November 9. Mr. Driver had been a resident of this neighborhood for the last 25 years, being actively engaged in farming. He was born in Eugene May 14, 1880 and had spent all of his life in this section of the state. He was never married and is survived by the following brothers and sisters; Lee L. Driver, Eugene; W.A. of Tangent; Paul S. of Portland; Ralph A. of San Jose, Cal.; Miss Grace I., Miss Lena E. Driver of Tangent, and Mrs. Frances Milton of Corvallis.
Funeral services will be held at the Fisher Braden Chapel in Albany Thurs-day forenoon Nov. 12th beginning at 11 o'clock a.m. Dr. D.H. Leach, pastor of the local Methodist Church is to officiate. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery at Salem.
The pallbearers selected are W.C. Scott, Mr. McKean, Walter Stellmacher, John Slate, Floyd Jenks, and William Slate, all of Tangent and vicinity." ADH Nov 10, 1931 1:2
d. 08 May 1951 C-46-01-16
Interment Record #1723
"In this city Alaxander Duistin, age 71 years. The service will be held at the W.T. Rigdon chapel, Thursday, May 9 at 2 p.m. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 10, 1951 5:1
d. Reserved RA-26-04
b. 29 Mar 1898
d. 31 Oct 1959 RA-57-04
"Dewey Duncan of Salem Dies--Dewey Duncan, 61-year-old retired mainten-ance man with Browning Amusement Co., died Thursday at a local nursing home. He had been in poor health for about three years.
A Salem area resident during much of his life, Duncan was born March 29, 1898, at Woodburn. For many years he resided at 441 State St.
Never married, he leaves several brothers and sisters but none in this area. Brother of Goldie Davis of Grants Pass, Or.
Funeral arrangements are pending at W.T. Rigdon Mortuary." OS Jan 1, 1960 5:4
b. 24 May 1901
d. 22 Aug 1903 D-30-01-08
Forever with the Lord
dau of Rev. & Mrs. R.E. Dunlap
"Dunlap--At the residence of the parents in Dayton, Or., Saturday morning, August 22, 1903, the little child of Rev. and Mrs. Dunlap, aged 2 years.
Rev. Dunlap is pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church of Dayton. The remains will be brought to this city today, and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery, the service conducted by Rev. John Parsons." OS Aug 23, 1903 7:3-4
DUNLAP, Dora Deane
d. 07 Jul 1942 D-30-01-05
"Dunlap--July 7, Dora D., at Forest Grove, Or.; beloved wife of Rev. Robert E. Dunlap, mother of Herbert M. of Portland, Leonard E. of Forest Grove. Graveside services Friday, July 10, at 11:30 A.M., at the Lee Mission cemetery, Salem, Or. Memorial services Sunday, July 12, at 3 P.M., at First Methodist church, Forest Grove. Arrangements in care of the Forest Grove Undertaking Co." Oreg Jul 9, 1942 16:6
DUNLAP, Leonard Earl
d. 26 Nov 1965 D-30-01-06
on marker w/Mary O. Dunlap
"Dunlap--November 26, Leonard Earl, 1710 Birch Street, Forest Grove; husband of Mary; father of Mrs. John (Dorene) Horn and Larry E. Dunlap; brother of Herbert M. Dunlap; 2 grandsons. Memorial services Sunday, December 5, 3 pm Methodist Church of Forest Grove. Friends who desire may contribute to a memorial youth fund in the Forest grove Methodist Church. Arrangements by Prickett's mortuary." Oreg Nov 29, 1965 III:7:6
DUNLAP, Mary Oresta
b. 09 Oct 1904
d. 04 Oct 1993 D-30-01-07
on marker w/Leonard E. Dunlap Died in Washington Co.; D/C #93-19949; spouse Leonard per OR Death Index
DUNLAP, Robert E. DD
d. 04 May 1946 D-30-04-01
"Rites Today For Minister--Graveside services will be held at historic Jason Lee cemetery at 11:30 a.m. today for the Rev. R.E. Dunlap, member of the Oregon Methodist conference for 40 years, who died at his Forest Grove home May 4 at the age of 77.
Coming into the Oregon conference in 1895, he served it continually except for some years as assistant in the world service and centenary agencies of the church. His wife preceded him in death in 1942. He is survived by two sons, Herbert M. and Leonard E. Dunlap.
Dr. Thomas Yarnes of the First Methodist church of Forest Grove will officiate at today's rites here, the Rev. Roy A. Fedje assisting. All Methodist ministers in Salem have been asked to participate in the services." OS May 8, 1946 4:5
d. 2012 RA-20-06
cremains placed on the grave of Paul Dietz
Eugene Dunn was a son in law of Paul Dietz
DUNN, Rachel M.
d. Jun 1884 OLD 169-01
no further information per Record of Interment #177
DUNNE, David Dennis
b. 08 Mar 1874 Dublin, Ireland
d. 21 Sep 1953 Salem, OR A-23-03-06
h/o Louisa Johanna (Scheivelbine) Dunne
"Death Takes David Dunne At Age of 79--David Dennis Dunne, former Salem insurance salesman, died Monday evening at a Salem nursing home at the age of 79 years.
He was born in Dublin, Ireland, March 8, 1874. For 10 years, from 1892 to 1902, he served in the British army and once was a member of the famed Royal Irish Hussars.
In 1905 he sailed for Canada and later went to Spokane where he worked as a circus wagon driver. This was the position he held when he first came to Salem.
For a time in Salem, he worked as a printer's devil with The Statesman and later was with the circulation depart-ment of the Capital Journal.
Prior to entering the nursing home this summer, he made his home at 1090 Norway St. His wife preceded him in death and is buried at the Jason Lee Cemetery. He is survived by one sister, Miss Mary Jane Dunne of Dublin, Ireland. Funeral services will be announced later by the W.T. Rigdon Co." OS Sep 23, 1953 2:4
DUNNE, Louise Johanna
d. 21 Feb 1929 A-23-03-07
w/o David Dennis Dunne
"Louisa Johanna Dunne, 1090 Norway street, died Thursday morning at a local hospital at the age of 49 years. Besides her husband, David D. Dunne, and her mother, Mrs. Dunne is survived by a sister, Mrs. F.W. Wendland, Turner, Ore.; and a brother, Herbert Scheivelbine, Omaha, Neb. Remains in care of Terwilliger's Funeral Home. Funeral services 1:30 p.m. Monday at Terwilliger's and 2 o'clock at St. John's Lutheran church, Statesman and A streets, with Rev. Gross offici-ating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 24, 1929 5:4
d. 13 Jul 1970 RA-37-01
"Died July 13 in a local hospital, at the age of 58. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Gary Miller, Cottage Grove, Ore., son, Ronald Falk, Monterey Park, Calif. Services Fri., July 17 at 1:30 p.m. at Rigdon's Colonial Chapel, Cottage at Chemeketa NE. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery. Rev. Lamar Vincent officiating." OS Jul 17, 1970 18:1
DURNAL, Rositta Marion
b. 13 Feb 1870
d. 15 Jul 1954 N/A
"Final Services Monday for Rositta Durnal--Graveside services will be held Monday, 1:30 p.m., at Lee Mission cemetery for Rositta Marion Durnal, Salem resident for 22 years, who died Thursday at a nursing home. The W.T. Rigdon Co., is in charge of the services and Rev. Brooks H. Moore will officiate.
Born at Marysville, Mo., February 13, 1870, she is survived by a daughter, Phebe Charles of Olympia, Wash., a son, T.J. Drummond of Friday Harbor, Wash., and a brother, Claude Jeffry of Depoe Bay. Mrs. Durnal's husband, James A. Durnal, preceded her in death some years ago." OS Jul 18, 1954 5:3
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