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 - F -
b. 13 Feb 1928
d. 13 Jun 2000
d/o Ludwig Alexis and Mary Emma (Daugle) Berch
d/c #319659 lists name as Catherine Louise Theresa Fabbri
FACKLER, Elizabeth (Wilbur)
d. pre 1887 OLD 148-01
d/o James H. & Lucretia A. (Stephens) Wilbur
"Will Be Removed To Salem--The remains of Father Wilbur, the Methodist missionary, are interred in Lee Mission cemetery, near this city, as is also the body of his wife. They died within a few days of each other and were interred where it was their wish to rest. Their daughter, Mrs. Fackler, who preceded them to the grave by several years, and who used to live in Salem, was buried in the cemetery near the Taylor street M.E. church in Portland. Now the city has grown all around and about that once retired little cemetery. The bodies were all removed long ago--all except one, that of the pioneer missionary's daughter. Over it many years ago a building, which is not occupied by the Pacific Christian Advocate, was built over her grave. This property has been sold to the A.O.U.W. of Portland, and in early spring that order will build a fine block on the site. In this event the body of Mrs. Falker will, no doubt, be exhumed and given interment in the Mission cemetery at Salem. This Rev. Wilbur intended to do, but death overtook him before his purpose was carried out. The trustees of Willamette university will, it is probable, have the interment made." OS Oct 30, 1890 4:2 r
b. 01 Oct 1917
d. 01 Oct 1917 D-22-03-01
on marker w/Olga Mabel Fagg
d/o Orsa & Olga (Bellamy) Fagg; lived just 1/2 hour per D/C #471
FAGG, Olga Mabel
b. 29 Aug 1882
d. 27 May 1922 D-22-03-02
Mother and Infant
on marker w/Infant Fagg
"Fagg--Olga Mabel Fagg, at a local hospital, May 26, 1922, at the age of 39 years. She is survived by her husband, Orsa Fagg, of Portland, and five children, Oma, Stanley, Guy, Fred and infant son; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Bellamy, of Salem; a sister, Mrs. D.J. Purvine of Independence; two brothers, William Bellamy of Salem and J. Bellamy of LaGrande, Ore. The remains are in the care of Terwilliger's. Funeral service will be from Evangelical church, corner of Eighteenth and Chemeketa, on Saturday at 2:30 p.m., Rev. Launer officiating; interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 27, 1922 5:3 d/o J.W. & Nora (Wood) Bellamy; born Franklin Co, IN; w/o Orsa Fagg; died at Deaconess Hospital per D/C #432
d. 01 Aug 1950 D-22-03-03
"Orsa Fagg, late resident of 1935 Maple st., at a local hospital, July 31, at the age of 70 years. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Fagg, Salem; seven children, Mrs. Guy Weaver, Everett Givens and Fred, Stanley and Guy Fagg, all of Salem; Mrs. Maudt Horton, Honolulu, T.H.; and Clarence Fagg, San Francisco; three sisters, Mrs. Gertie Swisher, Mrs. Florence Burnes and Mrs. Ruby Burnes, all of Mulkeytown, Ill.; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Member of the Fruitland Evangelical church. Ser-vices will be held Thursday, August 3, at 10:30 a.m. at the Howell-Edwards chapel with the Rev. Lyman L. Myers officiating. Concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 2, 1950 13:2
FAIRCHILD, Eunice C.
b. 03 Apr 1872 Olympia, WA
d. 11 Jun 1890 OLD 135-06
dau of A.G. & M.A. Fairchild
Our darling one has gone before to greet us on the blissful shore
"Fairchild--At the home of her father, Rev. A.C. Fairchild, on Cottage street, near Mill street, Salem, June 11, 1890, Miss E.C. Fairchild.
The funeral services will be conducted from the M.E. church to-day at 4 o'clock p.m. The remains will be conveyed thence to the cemetery. Friends of the deceased are invited. Miss Fairchild had been ill about four months, her illness having started with la grippe." DOS Jun 12, 1890 4:3
b. 28 Aug 1887
d. 27 Oct 1962 RA-49-02
on marker w/Luella M. Faix
"Funeral services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at W.T. Rigdon Chapel for Jacob Faix, 75, late resident of 5049 4th Place N, who died Saturday night at a Salem hospital. Rev. Jet Turner will officiate.
A farmer prior to retirement, Faix had lived in this area for 20 years. He was born at Stitsonville, Wis.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Luella Faix, Salem; daughter, Mrs. Doris Marie Nelson, Salem; son, James Faix, Ellensburg, Wash.; one sister and one grandchild." OS Oct 29, 1962 5:2
FAIX, Luella M.
b. 16 Mar 1911
d. Reserved RA-49-01
on marker w/Jacob Faix
d. 04 Mar 1929 D-10-01-04
QM Sgt Co K 2 Ore Inf
Spanish American War
"Edward F. Fane died March 4 at the age of 76 years, at the family resi-dence, 645 Gaines avenue. Besides his widow, Mary Fane, he is survived by two stepchildren. Mr. Fane is a Spanish-American war veteran and a member of the Foresters of America. Funeral services at 2 o'clock Wednes-day afternoon at Terwilliger's Funeral home with Rev. J.J Gillespie offici-ating. Interment Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS Mar 6, 1929 5:4 See also: OS Mar 6, 1929 5:6
FANE, Mary F.
b. 08 Aug 1851
d. 11 Nov 1942 D-10-01-02
"Mrs. Mary Fane, at her home at 1815 North 5th street, November 11. She is survived by her son, Archie Mosher of Grants Pass, and her sister, Mrs. Ella Cox of Independence, Ore. Funeral services will be held Monday, November 16, at 1:30 p.m., from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon company, with concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery. Reverend J.F. Lawson officiating." OS Nov 13, 1942 5:1 widow of Edward F. Fane per D/C #1009
FARNHAM, Charles Henry
b. 16 Dec 1980
d. 17 Dec 1980 C-43-07-17
Our Beloved Son Now with God
"Aumsville--Charles H. Farnham, day-old son of Nathaniel and Merrie Farnham, 625 Delmar Ave., died Wednes-day in the University Hospital South, Portland.
He was born in Salem. Surviving, besides his parents, are grandparents, Charles and Maureen Farnham, Salem, and Thomas Billie Malone, Turner; and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Farnham, Hampton, Iowa, and William Stewart, Dexter, and Nina Howard, Sweet Home.
Private services will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in Christ Lutheran Church, Salem, with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery. Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary is in charge." SJ Dec 19, 1980 3C:3
FARNHAM, Maureen C.
b. 01 Dec 1934
d. 28 Jun 1994 RA-46-02
"Maureen C. Farnham, 59, of Salem died here Tuesday.
She was born in Hillsboro, Wis., and moved to Salem in 1961 from Iowa.
She worked as a secretary for Christ Lutheran Church for 13 years. For the past two years she served as office manager for Calvary Baptist Church. She enjoyed counseling people.
In March 1954, she married Charles Farnham in Waverly, Iowa.
Survivors include her estranged husband, Charles of Salem; sons, Nathanael of Salem and Shaun of Tigard; and four grandchildren.
Graveside services will begin at 11 a.m. Friday in Lee Mission Cemetery. Memorial services will begin at 1 p.m. Friday in Calvary Baptist Church. Arrangements are by Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary.
Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 6915 S.W. Macadam No. 130, Portland, Ore. 97219." SJ Jun 29, 1994 4B:1
FARNSWORTH, Elsie E.
b. 07 Jun 1899
d. 10 Jan 1984 RA-31-05
"Elsie E. Farnsworth, 84, of 2080 19th St. NE died Tuesday.
She was born in Roseburg and had lived in Eugene before moving to Salem in 1967. She was a member of Jason Lee Methodist Church.
Survivors include her daughter, Lois Brownell, Salem, and brother, Arthur Verrel, Myrtle Creek.
Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in Lee Mission Cemetery, under the direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ Jan 12, 1984 2B:3
FARNSWORTH, Stanley Joseph
b. 03 Jul 1893
d. 13 Feb 1979 RA-31-06
CPL US Army WWI
"Stanley Joseph Farnsworth, 85, 2080 19th St. NE, died Tuesday in a Salem nursing home.
Born in Roseburg, he was a night superintendent for Eugene Fruit Growers in Eugene and a veteran of World War I.
Survivors include wife, Elsie; daughter, Lois Brownell, Salem; sister, Ina Farnsworth, Roseburg; two grandchildren.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Lee Mission Cemetery under the direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." OS Feb 14, 1979 3D:3
FARRIS, John E. "Ed"
b. 11 Apr 1890
d. 08 Feb 1959 OLD 144-04
"John Farris, Independence Resident, Dies--Independence-John Edward Farris, 68, Independence resident for the past 22 years, died Sunday evening at his home following a short illness.
Farris was born April 11, 1890, at Glade Springs, Va., and moved to Salem in 1906 and from there to Independence in 1936. He married the former Levia L. Witzel on Sept. 20, 1954, who survives him.
Surviving other than the widow are sons Lester L. Farris and Dale L. Farris, both of Independence, Lyle Farris, Fortuna, Calif.; brothers, Frank Farris, Portland, Grant Farris, Scio, Ray Farris and Leonard Farris, both of Fortuna, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Missouria Dusky, Ceres, Calif., Mrs. Arlene Hammick, San Bernadino, Calif., Mrs. Alice McLaughlin, Monmouth, Mrs. Effie Harrington, Lacombe, Alberta, and Mrs. Lorena Dunwoodie, LaBoy, Alberta; and two granddaughters.
Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in Smith Krueger Mortuary here, with Rev. Richard Owen officiating. Burial will be at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." OS Feb 10, 1959 2:3
FARRIS, Levia L.
d. 20 Dec 1971 OLD 144-03
"Levia L. Farris, 84, Gresham, a native of Salem, died Monday at a Gresham hospital. She had lived in the Gresham area the past seven years.
Surviving are sons, Lester, Spring-field, Lyle, Redding, Calif., and Dale, Portland; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Barrick mortuary. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 22, 1971 41:1
b. 07 Apr 1904
d. 03 Dec 1982 A-29-01-01
on marker w/Leo Fred Farrow
"Stayton--Frances F. Farrow, 78, of 1881 N. Evergreen St., died Friday.
Born in Salem, she had lived here for 10 years. She was a housewife. She is survived by her sons, Richard, Stayton, and Donald C., Modesto, Calif.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Barrick mortuary, Salem. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ Dec 4, 1982 2B:2
FARROW, Leo Fred
d. 10 Dec 1972 A-29-01-01
on marker w/Frances Farrow
"Sublimity--Leo F. Farrow, 68, of Box 46, Sublimity, a former logger in the Detroit area and a resident of Sublimity since July, died Sunday in a Salem hospital.
Born in Harvard, Neb., he came to Sublimity from Olympia, Wash., where he had lived for 25 years and was the retired greens superintendent at Olympia Golf & Country Club. Before moving to Olympia, he lived 10 years in Detroit, 6 years in McKenzie Bridge and 2 years in Sandy.
Surviving are widow, Frances; sons Richard I. of Stayton and Donald of Modesto, Calif.; sisters Mrs. Minnie Anderson, Waterford, Calif., and Mrs. Margaret Harris of Olympia; brother Omar Farrow of Harvard, Neb.; five grandchildren and nine great-grand-children.
Services will be 3 p.m. Thursday at Barrick mortuary, Salem. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." OS Dec 12, 1972 II:14:1
FAST, Anna B.
d. 22 Jul 1975 A-42-02-03
"Anna B. Fast, 85, of 1938 Evergreen Ave. NE, died Tuesday in a Dallas nursing home.
She was born in Kansas and lived in Montana before moving to Salem in 1920.
She is survived by son Boyd and brother Arthur Bartel, both Salem; two sisters.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Rev. Allan Tscheigg and Larry Nickel officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Memorial Mission Fund at Kingwood Bible Church." OS Jul 23, 1975 21:1
FAST, John H.
b. 22 Mar 1884
d. 01 Nov 1956 A-42-02-02
"Death Claims John H. Fast--John H. Fast, 72, a retired Hotel Marion employee, died in his sleep Thursday morning at his Salem home, 604 N. 17th St. He had had a heart ailment the past four years.
Services will be Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Howell-Edwards Chapel. The Rev. Frank Wiens will officiate at concluding services in Jason Lee Cemetery.
Fast, who arrived in Salem 35 years ago, worked in the Hotel Marion kitchen. He was born in Hillsboro, Kan., March 22, 1884, and was married there in 1912 to the former Anna Bartel. He was a member of the King-wood Bible church.
Survivors are his widow; a son, Lloyd Fast, Salem, and three brothers, Daniel Fast, Corvallis, Jacob Fast, Chicago, and Henry Fast, San Jose, Calif." OS Nov 2, 1956 18:5-6
d. 16 May 1949 A-42-02-01
"Leona Fast, 31, at the residence, 604 N. 17th st., May 16. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fast, Salem; brother, Lloyd Fast, Salem. Member of the Kingwood Bible church. Services will be held Monday, May 23, at 3 p.m. at the Howell-Edwards chapel with the Rev. A.A. Loewen officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 19, 1949 13:3
FAST, Lloyd A.
d. 26 May 2004 RA-34-10
b. 09 Jul 1923
d. 31 Oct 1936 A-25-02-08
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Fast
"At the residence, 1220 N. 18th, Oct. 31, Martha Fast, aged 13 years. Survived by father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fast, sister, Leona Fast and brother, Floyd Fast, all of Salem. Funeral services will be held from the W. T. Rigdon Co. Chapel Sunday, Nov. 8, at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 4, 1936 6:3 d/o John H. & Anna (Bartel) Fast per D/C #925
FEICKERT, Otto Daniel
b. 15 Nov 1914
d. 26 Jan 1915 N/A
"Feickert-At the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Feickert, Route 5, near Salem, Tuesday, January 26, 1915, Otto Daniel, aged 2 months, 11 days.
The funeral services will be held Wednesday, 2 p.m., from the Terwilliger undertaking parlors, Rev. H.W. Gross officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 27, 1915 3:4 s/o George & Barbara (Wacker) Feickert per D/C #227
FEIGHT, Hattie C.
b. 01 Nov 1853 Beloit, WI
d. 26 Sep 1894 OLD 115-02
wife of Harry T.
Gone but not forgotten
w/o Harry Feight, The Dalles & mother of Blanche Montgomery, Port-land, OR per Record of Interment #118
d. 01 May 1971 RA-58-06
on marker w/Ruth Feller
"Emery Feller, 70, 354 23rd St. NE, died Saturday at his home after an apparent heart attack.
Born in Turner, he was a life-long resident of Oregon. He worked 45 years as a truck driver for Oregon State Hospital before retiring in 1966. He was a member of Knight Memorial Christian Congregational Church.
Surviving are widow Ruth; daughter, Mrs. Janice Bowers, Salem; sisters Lillie Gilmer, Ida Gilmer, Clara Gilmer, Mary Litchfield, Salem, Frances Hoss, Corvallis; brothers Wilfred, Newport, George, Henry, Clifford, all of Salem; two grand-children.
Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Rev. Frank Newbern officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery.
The family suggests contributions to Knight Memorial Congregational Church Building Fund." OS May 2, 1971 39:4
Sisters Lillie & Ida did not married; their last name was Feller not Gilmer
FELLER, Marjorie L.
b. 19 Oct 1930
d. 09 Sep 1966 RA-58-04
"Miss Marjorie Louise Feller, 35, of 354 23rd St. NE, died Friday at a Salem hospital. She had been stricken by illness suddenly, and an autopsy is planned.
Born in Salem, she had been a life-long member of Knight Memorial Church. She was an elevator operator in the Oregon Building.
Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Feller and sister Mrs. Janice Bowers, Salem.
Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Sep 10, 1966 10:9
b. 25 Mar 1907
d. 05 Jun 1990 RA-58-05
on marker w/Emery Feller
"Ruth C. Feller, 83, of Salem, died Tuesday in Keizer.
She was born in Eldridge, N.D., and came to Salem when she was four years old. She married Emery Feller on March 25, 1928, and he died in 1971.
She worked for Millers Department Store.
She was a member of Knight Memorial Church and was a volunteer at Salem Hospital.
Survivors include her daughter, Janice R. Bowers of Salem; sisters, Hope Turnbull and Faith Morris, both of Salem; and two grandchildren.
Memorial services will begin at 2 p.m. Friday in the church. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
Contributions may be made to the church or a charity of choice." SJ Jun 8, 1990 2C:1
FENTON-DIETZ, Agnes Catherine
b. 05 Aug 1911
d. 21 Sep 1992 RA-19-06
m'd Paul Dietz 17 Sep 1982
"Mount Angel--Agnes Catherine Fenton-Dietz, 81, died Monday in Sublimity.
She was born in Cottage Grove and later moved to Mount Angel.
She married Willis C. Fenton in October 1930; he died in January 1969.
She married Paul L. Dietz on Sept. 17, 1982, in Salem.
She was a psychiatric aide for Oregon State Hospital for many years.
Her hobbies included bowling and ballroom dancing.
She is survived by her husband; sons, Dwight Fenton of Bend, and Stephen and Stanley Fenton, both of Keizer; daughters, Janet Winston of Brownsville and Monica Hortsch of Albany; brothers, Joseph Bricher of California and Vincent Bricher of Cottage Grove; 23 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren.
Visiting will be from 2 to 7 p.m. today in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Salem. Rosary will be said at 7:30 tonight in the mortuary. Mass will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Salem. Interment will follow in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.
Contributions may be made to Alz-heimer's Association, Mid-Willamette Chapter, P.O. Box 4101, Salem 97302-8101." SJ Sep 22, 1992
FERGUSON, Anna V.
d. 13 Dec 1910 D-14-04-05
Married; 32 yrs old; waitress from Portland; died at Insane Asylum from maniacal exhaustion per D/C #3943
FETTER, Baby Boy
b. 19 Feb 1951 Salem, OR
d. 19 Feb 1951 Salem, OR C-43-02-14
Interment Record #1717
"Baby Boy Fetter, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Fetter, Lebanon, at a local hospital, February 19. Pri-vate services were held Wednesday under direction of Clough-Barrick chapel." OS Feb 22, 1951 15:1
d. 15 Mar 1927 D-02-02-05
"Fick--William Fick, 50, in this city March 15. Funeral services Thursday, March 17, at 1:30 o'clock from the Rigdon mortuary. Concluding services at the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 15, 1927 9:8
FICKLIN, Anna J.
b. 10 Jan 1852
d. 05 Apr 1935 D-23-02-03
on marker w/Charles Ross & Charles Scott Ficklin
"Mrs. Anna Ficklin, aged 83, passed away Friday morning. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. C.J. Ramsden of Salem and Mrs. Walter Taylor of Silverton; son, Homer H. Ficklin of Alaska; six grandchildren and one great grandchild. Remains are in charge of the Terwilliger Funeral home. Announcements later." OS Apr 7, 1935 5:1 d/o Andrew & Margaret (White) Adams per D/C #281
FICKLIN, Charles Ross
d. 08 Nov 1920 D-23-02-01
on marker w/Charles S. & Anna J. Ficklin
"Charles Ficklin Dies in Alaska Accident--Charles Ross Ficklin, known here and at Falls City, was accident-ally killed about three miles east of Hyder, Alaska, where he was a taxicab driver, on Monday, November 8, according to advices received by relatives here yesterday from a brother who also is in Alaska. De-tails of the accident were not made known in the message.
Mr. Ficklins' home was at Falls City, where his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Ficklin, live. The family came to Salem from California in 1891 and lived in Salem until 1909.
Mr. Ficklin's wife died four years ago. He leaves two children Homer, 11 years old, and Arleta, 9 years old, and besides his parents, one brother, Homer Ficklin of Alaska, and two sisters, Mrs. C.J. Ramsden and Mrs. Walter Taylor of Salem.
The body will be brought to Salem, leaving Stewart on the first passenger boat coming out. Funeral arrangements will be made upon arrival of the body here, under the direction of the Rig-don company. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 14, 1920 1:8
FICKLIN, Charles Scott
d. 17 May 1926 D-23-02-02
on marker w/Charles Ross & Anna J. Ficklin
"In this city, 492 N. 19th street, May 17th, Charles Scott Ficklin, age 73 years, husband of Anna J. Ficklin, father of Homer Ficklin of Alaska, Mrs. C.J. Ramsden and Mrs. W.W. Taylor of Salem. Also survived by six grand-children. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 22, at 1:30 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 21, 1926 5:7
FIEDLER, Aletha Marion
b. 01 Dec 1903
d. 25 Sep 1990 RA-06-01
on marker w/Herbert J. Fiedler
"Aletha M. Fiedler, 86, of Salem died Tuesday in Salem.
A native of La Harpe, Kan., she came to Salem in 1920. She was a home-maker. She enjoyed pets and flowers.
She is survived by her stepdaughter, Gwen Barr of Chehalis, Wash.; stepson, Dale of Gresham; sister, Ana Rice of Salem; and five stepgrandchildren.
Services will begin at 3 p.m. Friday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association." SJ Sep 26, 1990 2B:5
FIEDLER, Herbert J.
d. 28 Apr 1961 RA-06-02
on marker w/Aletha M. Fiedler
"H.J. Fiedler Succumbs to Heart Attack--Herbert J. Fiedler, 775 17th St. NE, died Friday in a Salem hospital following a heart attack at his home. He was 60.
Fiedler came to Salem 20 years ago from South Dakota and was employed for the past 10 years at Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital. He was born at Mission Hill, S.D.
He leaves a widow, Mrs. Aletha Fiedler, Salem; one son, Dale Fiedler, and one daughter, Mrs. Gwendolyn Barr, both of Chehalis, Wash.; three brothers and seven sisters including Edward Fiedler and Mrs. Elizabeth ?, both of Los Angeles; Walter Fiedler, Mountain View, Calif.; Mrs. Josie Colver, Kennewick, Wash.; Mrs. Tillie Neilsen and Mrs. Sally Culver, both of Eureka, Calif.; two grandsons.
Arrangements are pending at Howell-Edwards mortuary." OS Apr 29, 1961 8:2
FIELD, Arminda Rebecca
b. 03 Oct 1838
d. 28 May 1919 D-22-02-02
"Mrs. A.R. Field who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C.E. Patterson, 2315 South Cottage street, May 28, 1919, was the widow of Julius J. Field who died in 1887. She was the mother of eight children and is survived by two sons, three daughters, 20 grandchildren and 32 great grand-children. At the time of her death she was 80 years old. Since 1914 Mrs. Field had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Patterson. Soon after her arrival in Salem she was united with the Free Methodist church, having been an earnest Christian since her early youth." CJ May 29, 1919 10:3-4 d/o G. & Rebecca (Springer) Russell per D/C #341
b. 03 Feb 1811 PA
d. 10 Aug 1891 OLD 138-01
"Fiester---At the residence of Mrs. W.C. Barker, in this city, on the afternoon of August 10, 1891, Daniel Fiester, aged 80 years, 6 months and 7 days.
Grandpa Fiester, one of Oregon's pioneers, was born in Macoming county, Pennsylvania, Feb 3, 1811, and at the age of 20 was married to Miss Rachael Ann Darling, who still survives him. Together they crossed the plains in 1847, and took up a residence in Clackamas county. In 1850 he moved to Marion county, where he resided eighteen years, during which time he won the universal esteem of all who knew him. After a period of eighteen years spent in this county, he took up a residence in Josephine county, Southern Oregon, where he lived until his health began to fail him, and he came to Salem to spend his remaining years with his daughter.
Mr. Fiester leaves an aged partner who mourns the departure of a devoted husband, with whom she has spent sixty bright and prosperous years.
There were born to them ten child-ren, seven of whom survive, three of them residing in this city: Mrs. W.C. Barker, Mrs. R. Bates, and Dal. Fiester.
The funeral will take place from the residence of his daughter, at 158 Winter street, at 3 p.m. today. The remains will be interred in the Lee Mission cemetery. The services will be conducted by Rev. P. S. Knight." OS Aug 11, 1891 4:4
FIESTER, Rachel Ann (Darling)
d. 22 Jun 1893 OLD 138-02
wife of Daniel
"Fiester---At the home of Mrs. Barker, near Aumsville, on Thursday, June 22, 1893, Mrs. Fiester, aged 78 years.
Her death was sudden. She did not arise in the morning for breakfast and upon going to her room Mrs. Barker, her daughter, found her dead. As the body was still warm, it is supposed death came about 3 a.m. Her hands were folded across her breast, showing that she knew that her life's journey was nearing an end.
The funeral will take place at Mrs. Barker's residence and the interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 23, 1893 4:4
FILAN, Ruby Eveline
b. 19 Feb 1925
d. 20 Feb 1925 OLD 102-07
"Filan-In this city, February 20, Ruby Eveline Filan, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Filan of Salem. Funeral services will be held today, February 20, at 4 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Feb 20, 1925 7:4 d/o A.B. & Flossie (Summers) Filan; died from birth injuries per D/C #138
FILLEY, Melinda Sue
b. 08 Sep 1953 Salem, Oregon
d. 08 Sep 1953 Salem, Oregon C-43-05-01
Interment Record #1822; lived 4 hours 50 minutes; burial Sep 10, 1953; next of kin,Donald L. Filley
b. 25 Feb 1831
d. 18 Oct 1899 N/A
"Mrs. Finch Dead.--Stricken With Paralysis at Two Different Times--Burial in Missouri.--In South Salem, Or., Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1899, of paralysis, Mrs. Robert Finch, aged 68 years, passed away.
Deceased's maiden name was Mary Brown, and she was born in Warren county, Missouri, on the 25th of February, 1831. She became the wife of Robert Finch on Dec. 8, 1856. They made their home in Missouri until about 1896, when they moved to Salem, and resided here ever since.
She was a cousin of Amos Strong, Mrs. John Hughes, and Mrs. C.D. Young, of this city, and a granddaughter of Mrs. Brown, who founded the Pacific University at Forest Grove.
Several weeks ago Mrs. Finch was stricken with paralysis, and the second stroke came yesterday morning, causing her death.
The remains will be taken to Missouri for interment." OS Oct 19, 1899 6:2 Rigdon FH Records indicate burial in Lee Mission; however, no cemetery record of interment.
FINEGAN, Baby Boy
d. 04 Jul 1953 C-43-04-18
Interment Record #1809
"Infant Fneigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Finegan, in a local hospital July 4. Private services were held by the Howell-Edwards Company." OS Jul 8, 1953 II:5:4
FINGERSON, Lowell Dean
b. 03 Jan 1935
d. 06 Feb 2007 RC-35-05
"SILVERTON - Celebration of life service, 1:00 PM on Sunday, February 11, 2007 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [Statesman-Journal online]
FINGERSON, Lowell Mrs.
d. Reserved RC-35-04
d. 04 Oct 1907 D-27-02-02
"Finn--At the Oregon hospital for the insane, Salem, Oregon, Friday, October 4, 1907, Isaac Finn, aged 30 years.
The deceased was formerly from Nebraska, but more recently from Portland, where his mother and sister reside. Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon by Rev. W.H. Selleck, of the First Methodist church, at W.T. Rigdon's chapel, and interment was made at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Oct 8, 1907 5:6 single; born NE; laborer; died of dysentery at OSIA per D/C #4905
b. 04 Jan 1879
d. 17 Dec 1911 D-03-01-03
"Fish--At 497 North Eighteenth street, Salem, Oregon, Sunday, Dec-ember 17, 1911, Henry Fish, aged 32 years.
The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock this morning from the Seventeenth street Evangelical church, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Fisher. Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Dec 19, 1911 5:6 s/o Charles & (Harvey) Fish; born SD; cattle buyer per D/C #3852
d. Reserved RA-34-07
d. 02 Jan 1985 RA-59-07
FISHER, Alvin R.
b. Jun 1848
d. 12 Apr 1929 A-24-04-08
Co. C 16th Kansas Cav.
on marker w/Fannie E. Fisher
D/C #331 b. Melburn, IL; s/o George W. Fisher; h/o Fannie E. Fisher; retired farmer
"Alvin R. Fisher died Friday evening at the family home, 1775 Hickory street at the age of 80 years. Besides his widow, Fannie E. Fisher, Mr. Fisher is survived by four children: H.P. Fisher, Garfield, Wash.; Ray G. Fisher, Lebanon; Mrs. Carl Boock, Salem, and Mrs. Harold F. Sullivan, Portland; and the following sisters: Mrs. Will Schenfield, White Salmon, Wash.; Mrs. Olive Smith, Montesano, Wash.; Mrs. Harry Gillstrap, Portland, and Mrs. Rand Sproul, Preston, Kan.; also 10 grand-children. Funeral services Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Rigdon and Son's Mortuary. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 14, 1929 5:3
FISHER, Fannie Emmerine
d. 09 May 1957 A-24-04-07
on marker w/Alvin R. Fisher
"Late resident of 1535 Hickory St., Salem. In this city, at the age of 95 years. Mother of Mrs. Carl Boock, Salem, H.P. Fisher, Garfield, Wash., Ray G. Fisher, Corvallis, Ore. & Mrs. Hugh Morris, Portland. 12 grand-children, 13 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild also survive. Announcement of services will be made later by the W.T. Rigdon Co." OS May 10, 1957 4:5
FISHER, Ida Josephine
b. Aug 1903
d. 05 Aug 1971 RA-59-08
"Ida Josephine Fisher, 67, 629 Thompson Ave. NE, died Thursday at a Salem hospital.
She was born in Canada and came to Salem in 1948.
Surviving are widower A.B.; daugh-ters Mrs. C.E. Moore, Vancouver, Wash., Mrs. D.L. Stoll, Renton, Wash.; sons Douglas Tamcke, Donald Tamcke, both Deer Lodge, Mont.; 11 grand-children, 7 great-grandchildren; one brother and several sisters in Montana.
Services are pending at Barrick mortuary." OS Aug 6, 1971 20:1
FISHER, Roscoe L.
b. 10 Oct 1887
d. 02 Sep 1921 A-24-04-05
FISHER, Thomas F.
d. 29 Aug 1899 D-30-02-04
Sgt Co I 44th Ind Inf
"Fisher--At his farm home on D. street, two miles east of this city at 7:10 a.m., Wednesday, August 30, 1899, of Bright's disease, Thos. Fisher, aged 65 years.
The deceased was born in Clinton county, Ohio, in 1834, moving thence to Kearney, Nebraska. He came to Oregon in June, 1897, locating east of this city. He is survived by a wife and two children, a son and a daughter, Carey Fisher and Mrs. Nora Bartlett, both of whom reside at the family home. He served during the civil war in the Seventy-ninth Ohio volunteer infantry, Twentieth Army Corps, and his health has been very poor since the close of the war in 1865. He was a member of Sedgwick Post No. 10, G.A.R., of this city and also of the Union Veteran League. At an early age he became a member of the Friends's church.
Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 o'clock this afternoon, conducted by Rev. H.A. Ketchum, of the First Presbyterian church, of Salem. After the services at the house, the G.A.R. will take charge of the remains and give them interment in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Aug 31, 1899 8:6
FISKE, Charlotte Scott
d. 11 Apr 1929 OLD 158-01
on marker w/Eugene & Ernest Fiske
"Mrs. Fiske Is Taken Friday; Funeral Today--Dallas--The last rites for Charlotte Scott Fiske were held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church with Rev. L.C. Kirby officiating. She passed away at the home of her son, V.P. Fiske, in this city Friday.
She was born November 11, 1840, in Pike county, Mo., and came west with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Grubbe, in 1847. She attended and graduated from Wilbur academy, a Methodist institution situated in Douglas county.
She became the wife of Dr. E.R. Fiske at Roseburg on August 15, 1861. In 1862 they went to Boston, the doctor's old home and later moved to Washington, D.C., where the doctor served as a surgeon during the war.
Dr. and Mrs. Fiske settled in Salem where he became dean of the medical school at Willamette university. They were located in Salem until the death of Dr. Fiske in 1877.
She is survived by her son in Dallas and Brigadier-General Harold B. Fiske, now on duty at Atlanta, Georgia. She is also survived by six grandchildren and four great grandchildren, also two sisters, Mrs. A.F. Campbell of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Angie Engle of Ashland." CJ Apr 13, 1929 3:1
FISKE, Ernest Walter
b. 30 Sep 1863
d. 09 Jul 1864 OLD 158-03
on marker w/Eugene & Charlotte Fiske
"July 9th, Ernest Walter Fiske, aged 9 months and 9 days, infant son of Eugene R. and Lottie S. Fiske.
`Unto God the things that are God's.' Mat. 22:21.
Funeral from the house at 3 o'clock to-day. Friends are invited." WOS Jul 11, 1864 3:4
FISKE, Eugene R. Dr.
b. 04 Jun 1817
d. 27 Aug 1877 OLD 158-02
"E.K. Fiske, M.D., died in Salem, Oregon, August 27, 1877. He was born in Cambridgeport, Mass., June 4, 1817. He was a graduate of Browne Univer-sity, Providence, R.I., and also of the Medical College connected with Harvard University. His health failing he came to Oregon in 1849. He resided in the southern part of the State till 1864, when he came to Salem, and remained here till his decease. During all his residence in Oregon he pursued the practice of medicine. His knowledge of medicine was of a very high order, and was so recognized by his medical brethren, as the positions accorded him in medical as sociatons sufficiently testify. He was very active in reference to whatever would advance the cause of medicine in the State. He was one of the founders of the Medical Department of the Willamette University and during eight years of occupancy of the chair of Theory and Practice, he proved himself a brilliant and graceful lecturer. He was principal editor of the Oregon Medical and Surgical Reporter and was a facile and forcible writer. He was one of the founders of the Marion County Medical Society, and its president until it was merged into the Third Judicial District Medical Society, and of this latter society he was also for a time president. He helped to found the Salem Academy of Medicine and was its president during its existence. He was also one of the founders of the State Medical Society of Oregon. Then in the prime of his powers, he was held in especial esteem as a counselor, many of his brethren regarded his decision in critical cases as law. At an early age he was won to Christ and united with the Baptist Church, of which his parents were members. His parents designed him for the ministry, but his own choice was medicine and he was educated accordingly. During the early part of his residence in Oregon he seems to have lost his Church connections, but about 1860 he united with the M.E. Church. In 1861 he was united in marriage with Charlotte S. Grubbe, of Roseburg, who with three children survive him. For several years his health has been gradually failing, largely unfitting him for the practice of his profession, and as leisure increased he manifested a growing interest in Sunday school work. He was a natural artist, and he made it his special work to illustrate the Sunday school lessons upon the blackboard, and he did it with a brilliancy and elaborateness probably unexcelled in any Sunday school in the land. As a Christian he was diffident but sincere. As a man he was genial, amiable, and generous; incapable of bitterness toward an enemy, and rich in all human sympathies. Death, though thought to be not distant, at length came suddenly, but it found him ready. Though for many days seemingly in a spritual cloud, at the last came a burst of heavenly moonlight upon his heart, and with his face radiant with it's brightness, he passed through the valley to the day beyond." PCA Nov 22, 1877 5:2 See also: PCA Sep 30, 1875
FITCH, Lester McDaniel
b. 11 Jun 1938
d. 20 Jul 1943 C-50-01-01
"Lester McDaniel Fitch, age 5 years, in West Salem, July 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Fitch of West Salem; brother of Herman Elton Fitch, William Morgan Fitch, Joe Cecil Fitch, Gerald Leon Fitch and Gwendolyn Varice Fitch. Services will be held Thursday, July 22, at 10 a.m. from the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company. Concluding services in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 22, 1943 5:1
Record of Interment #1482
FLANAGAN, Cheryl Dalynn
b. 20 May 1969
d. 10 Dec 2004 RC-11-22
"SALEM - Cheryl was born in San Bernardino, Calif. where she spent her first 7 years. She then moved to Blythe, Calif. where she later met and married Frederick Flanagan. Their marriage produced her two sons, Brian and Nicholas. While in Blythe, Sheryl worked for K-Mart and the Blythe Airport as a weather observer. After her husband’s death she moved to Salem to be around relatives and her childhood friend, Candice. That same year she met David Pike and they were engaged to be married. Cheryl worked at the Denmark House Care Home in Silverton for over two years where she made numerous friends with co-workers. Cheryl loved life and enjoyed dancing, concerts, boating, or going to Disneyland. Cheryl’s mascot in life was that zany cartoon character Tiger.
Survivors include her fiance, David Pike of Salem; sons, Brian Flanagan and Nicholas Flanagan, both of Salem; mother, Lynn Ellis of Salem; father, David Ellis of Redmond; brother, Jason Ellis of Salem; and grandmother, Ellenor Lacy of Blythe, Calif.
Interment was at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Arrangements are by Keizer Funeral Chapel. Statesman Journal Online
b. 10 Aug 1893
d. 10 Aug 1893 N/A
"Died--In Salem, Thursday morning, Aug 10, 1893, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. William Flanigan. The remains will be buried in Lee Mission cemetery in the afternoon." DOS Aug 11, 1893 4:4
b. 22 Aug 1859
d. 01 Feb 1931 A-26-04-04
"Mrs. A. Fleischman of 990 Grant street died in this city February 1, aged 71 years; wife of August of Salem; mother of Mrs. Hulda Loop of McMinnville, Mrs. Lydia Lewis of Dallas, Harry Aebi of Dallas and Benjamin Aebi of Suver; sister of Emma Bloom of Iowa. Funeral services Tues-day February 3, at 1 p.m., from the German Baptist church, corner of North Cottage and D streets, Rev. C.W. Rutsch officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery under direction of the Clough-Barrick company." OS Feb 3, 1931 5:4
b. 14 Nov 1849
d. 26 May 1932 A-26-04-03
"At the son's residence, Suver, Thursday, May 26, August Fleischmann, aged 82. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Louise Hartman and Mrs. Helen Watson of North Bend, Mrs. Mary Kemmel, Port-land; Mrs. Augusta Rich, Independence, Mrs. Anna Aebi and Mrs. Ella Aebi, both of Suver; sons, Otto Fleischmann of Wendell, Idaho, Willie of Portland, Edwin and Gustav of Suver; and 28 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from the German Baptist church, D and North Cottage streets, Monday, May 30 at 1:30 p.m., Rev. Rutsch officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery under the direction of Clough-Barrick company." OS May 29, 1932 5:2
d. 1971 N/A
FLINT, Raymond Roy
b. 05 Feb 1926
d. 08 Feb 1926 OLD 210-11
"In this city February 8, Raymond Roy Flint, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Flint. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Feb 8, 1926 7:8 s/o Raymond and Anice (Hiteman) Flint per D/C #108
FLOOK, John Nathan
b. 17 Mar 1873/4 Oregon
d. 15 Jul 1919 Salem, Oregon C-47-03-01
h/o Ethna Itylene McGrew
"Flook Funeral Tomorrow--The funeral services for the late John Flook who died Monday night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flook, 2160 Broadway will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the Rigdon chapel." OS Jul 17, 1919 3:4 s/o Henry Chapman Flook & Mary Emily (Smith) Flook
D/C #417: John Flook, s/o Henry Flook & Mary (Smith) Flook
1910: Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, April 19, 1910; John N. Flook, head, 36, m1-13yrs, OR IA IA, brakeman-electric RR; Ethna I., wife, 31, m1-13yrs, 3 children-3 living (note: lists 4 children), NE IA IA, dressmaker-dept store; Helen B., dau, 11, s, OR OR NE; Violet M., dau, 10, OR OR NE; Theodore J., 8, son, OR OR NE; Jessie A., dau, 4, OR OR NE
b. 09 Jan 1941
d. 21 Dec 2011 RC-10-08
“SALEM - Services will be held at 1 PM today, December 23 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. Interment will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery.” [Statesman Journal December 21, 2011]
FLOWER, Ettie C.
d. 10 Feb 1900 D-26-04-02
"Ettie C., beloved wife of J. H. Flower, died at the family home, No. 548 Chemeketa street, in this city, Saturday night, aged 36 years.
The deceased was born in Ontario, Canada, in 1864, and subsequently removed to Iowa, where in 1882 she came the wife of J.H. Flower, who with five small children survives her. In 1891 she came to Oregon with her husband from Sioux City, Iowa.
Mrs. Flower was an active worker in the Epworth League church and temper-ance societies, and had a wide circle of friends in Marion and Yamhill counties, whose sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.
Funeral services will be held at the house at 10 o'clock this morning. Rev. John Parsons, of the First Methodist church, will officiate, and burial will be had in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 13, 1900 5:5
b. Apr 1899
d. 03 Oct 1899 D-26-04-02
"Flower-At the No. 548 Chemeketa street, Oct. 3, 1899, of summer complaint, Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Flower, aged 6 months.
The funeral will be held at the residence at 10 a.m. today." OS Oct 4, 1899 8:2
d. Reserved RA-33-04
FLYNN, Adaline Frances
d. 19 Oct 1959 RA-33-05
"Late resident of 404 High St. Salem, October 19th, in this city, at the age of 68 years. Mother of Mrs. Grace Brown, Salem. Aunt of Wilbur R. Walker, Salem. Private services will be held Thursday, Oct. 22nd at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Rev. W. Harold Lyman will officiate. Interment, Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Oct 21, 1959 5:1 [note: Adaline was actually the step-mother of Mrs. Grace Brown]
FOLLON, Charles T.
d. Reserved A-31-04-04
[buried at Salem Pioneer Cemetery next to second wife]
FOLLON, Maude M.
b. 28 Oct 1874
d. 25 Aug 1945 A-31-04-03
"Mrs. Maude M. Follon, at her residence, 1180 North 16th street, Saturday, August 25. Wife of Charles T. Follon of Salem; mother of Rudolph Follon of Redmond, Ore., and Mrs. Beryl Meiklejohn of Denver, Colo.; sister of Tom McKiever of Iowa; and sister-in-law of Mrs. Minnie McKiever of Illinois. Also survived by five grandchildren, two great grandchildren and two nieces, who reside in Chico, Calif. Member of Jason Lee Methodist church. Services will be held at the W.T. Rigdon chapel Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Raynor Smith officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 29, 1945 5:1 b. Harlan, IA; d/o Anthony McKiever; w/o Charles T. Follon per D/C #5317
FORD, Infant #1
d. 20 Jan 1916 A-35-04-07
Premature birth per Record of Interment #680
FORD, Infant #2
d. 20 Jan 1916 A-35-04-07
Premature male per Record of Inter-ment #681
FORGUE, Marjorie Mae
b. 13 Jan 1925
d. 05 Oct 1991 RA-03-03
"Marjorie Mae Forgue, 66, of Salem died Saturday in Dallas.
She was a homemaker and a lifelong resident of Salem.
Survivors include her sons, Jim of Salem, Bob of Walla Walla, Wash., Monte of Salem and Dave of Phoenix, Ariz.; brother, John Mumm of Salem; and seven grandchildren.
Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Barrick mortuary." SJ Oct 8, 1991
d. Feb 1924 OLD 100-02
stillborn; burial Feb 12, 1924 per Record of Interment #952
d. Reserved RA-23-09
d. Reserved RC-36-01
FOSTER, Vivian A.
d. 29 Aug 1974 A-29-01-07
on marker w/William F. Foster
"Vivian A. Foster, a charter member of Calvary Baptist Church, died Thursday in a local retirement home.
Mrs. Foster, 1625 Center St. NE, was born in Milford, Mich. She came to Salem in 1905. She was Calvary Baptist organist for many years and later played at the Methodist Retirement Home, where she had lived 11 years. She was accompanist at a wedding this year at age 91.
She is survived by sons Eldon and William, both Salem, daughters Elaine Lottis, Hilo, Hawaii, Florence Gilman, Maple Valley, Wash., and Prudence Reed, Salem; sister Lillian Cochran, El Cerrito, Calif.; 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Burial will be private.
The family suggests contributions to Methodist Home Memorial Fund." OS Aug 31, 1974 16:5
FOSTER, William F.
d. 14 Jun 1949 A-29-01-08
on marker w/Vivian A. Foster
"William F. Foster, late resident of 955 Gaines st., at a local hospital June 14, at the age of 75 years. Sur-vived by wife Vivian Foster, and sons Eldon Ray Foster, Addison M. Foster and William T.J. Foster, all of Salem; three daughters, Elaine Lottis of Hilo, Hawaii; Mrs. Florence Gilman of St. Helens and Prudence Reed of Amity, and by six grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday, June 16, at the Howell-Edwards chapel, at 2 p.m. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 16, 1949 12:2
FOSTER, William Henry
b. 19 Aug 1841
d. 21 Aug 1911 D-17-04-08
"Funeral Will Take Place Today--William H. Foster To Be Buried From His Home On North Fifth--William H. Foster, who died Monday at the home of Wm. Foster at 956 North Fifth street, will be buried today at 2:30 p.m., from the home. Wm. H. Foster was 70 years of age and was born in Belcher-town, Mass., on August 17, 1841. He was descended in eighth generation from Reginald Foster, an immigrant from England to Ispwich, Massachus-etts, in the year 1835. His parents moved to Oswego, Ill., in 1858.
In 1861 he enlisted in the United States army and after his discharge moved to New Orleans, La., being employed by the government in surveying. From there he went to Wisconsin, and lived also in Kansas and South Dakota before coming to Oregon seven years ago. Mr. Foster has been a widower for eighteen years and has lived with his son since coming to this state.
He leaves two sons, Everet of El Paso, Texas, W.F. of Salem, and one daughter, Mrs. R.B. Billard of Springdale, Wash. Two brothers are also left to mourn his loss, one living in Washington, D.C., the other in Tacoma, Wash., and one sister living in Minnesota." DOS Aug 23, 1911 7:5 s/o Samuel & Mary Worthington (Walker) Foster per D/C #2459
FOYE, Harry A.
d. 28 Oct 1935 D-31-01-04
on marker w/Mary E. Foye
h/o Edith; s/o Joseph A. & Josephine (Caylor) Foye; died at OSH 28 Oct 1934 at age of 57 yrs; RR gateman per D/C #716
FOYE, Mary Edith
b. 06 Feb 1881
d. 08 Mar 1965 D-31-01-04
on marker w/Harry A. Foye
"Funeral will be Thursday at 11 a.m. from St. David's Episcopal Church for Mary Edith Foye, 84, who died Monday in a Portland hosptial.
Committal will be private.
Mrs. Foye, who lived at 1542 SE 36th Ave., was born in Union County, Ore., on Feb. 6, 1881. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Lewis were Eastern Oregon Pioneers. Mrs. Lewis was a member of the Barlow family.
Survivors include a son, Harry, and two daughters, Frances Wallace and Helen Haviland, all of Portland. Also surviving are eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren." OS Mar 10, 1965 23:1
FRAKES, Floyd B.
d. 24 Apr 1917 A-41-04-01
"The funeral of Floyd B. Frakes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frakes of Portland, formerly of Salem, will be held from the Terwilliger residence, 770 Chemeketa street, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Ingalls will officiate and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 27, 1917 5:3
FRAKES, Maria Margaret
b. 13 Oct 1852
d. 01 Jun 1925 A-41-04-08
"Mrs. Margaret Frakes, age 72 years, died at her home in West Salem, Sun-day, May 31. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Rudy Troll, of San Francisco, one son, Walter, of Holland, Oregon, two brothers, J.F. Walters, of Grants Pass and E.J. Walters of Minnesota, and one sister, Mrs. C.E. Shields, of West Salem. The remains are in care of the Terwilliger funeral home. Announcement of funeral will be made later." OS Jun 2, 1925
FRAKES, Walter B.
d. 11 Apr 1935 A-41-04-04
divorced; of 1161 Elm St., West Salem; b. Eola, MN; died from accidental asphyxiation from auto exhaust while automobile body worker at Bonesteele Garage per D/C #298
FRALEY, Tommy Karl III
b. 10 Jan 1994 Salem, Oregon
d. 10 Jun 1994 Salem, Oregon C-43-07-05
In loving memory of our son & grandson
"Births--Salem Hospital--Smith-Fraley--to Dalaina Smith and Tommy Fraley Jr., Salem, a son Jan. 10." SJ Jan 12, 1994 2B:5
FRAME, Michael C.
b. 21 Sep 1960
d. 10 Nov 1960 C-43-06-01
s/o Mr. & Mrs. William J. Frame
b. 24 Jul 1985
d. 18 Jul 2015 King County, Washington RC-32-20
FRANCO, Maria G.
b. 27 May 1944
d. 30 Apr 1994 RA-52-12
"Maria C. Franco, 49, of Salem died Saturday.
Survivors include her husband, Jose Franco Guzman; sons, Ramon, Isidro, Dionicio, Jose, Jesus, Jilberto and Armando Franco, all of Salem, and Sergio and Noe Franco Guzman, all of Salem; daughters, Catalina, Teodova and Bevonica Franco, all of Salem; brothers, Facundo Guzman of Salem and Jerman Guzman of California; and 11 grandchildren.
Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Monday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Services will begin at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph Catholic Church." SJ May 1, 1994 3B:2
d. Reserved RA-12-03
d. Reserved RA-12-04
FRAZIER, Angie E. Baxter
b. 13 Jun 1867
d. 13 Nov 1940 A-44-02-03
"Mrs. Angie E. Frazier, late resident of 745 N. Capitol street, Salem, at a local hospital Wednesday, November 13, at the age of 73 years. Wife of P.L. Frazier of Salem; mother of Mrs. Ethel Coleman of Salem, Mrs. Genevieve Anderson and W. Austin Frazier, both of Seattle; and William R. Frazier of Hamilton Field, Cal.; brother of Mrs. Charles Blake of Ashland, Mrs. Margaret Rex of Calif-ornia, David E. Baxter of Spray, Ore., and Peter Baxter of Sparta, Ore.; also survived by five grandchildren. Ser-vices will be held Friday, November 15, at 2 p.m. from Clough-Barrick chapel, Rev. S. Raynor Smith offici-ating. Concluding services will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 15, 1940 9:1 d/o William & Margaret Ann (Evans) Baxter
FRAZIER, Birney G.
b. 20 Jul 1857
d. 21 Sep 1940 A-34-02-04
"Birney G. Frazier, 83, at his home, 2285 North Fifth street, Saturday morning. Born in Salem, Iowa, and came to Salem 47 years ago. Member of Highland Friends church. Survived by widow, Rebecca R. Frazier; daughters, Mrs. E.L. Markham of Seaside and Helen Frazier of Salem; brother, Oscar of Medford; sisters, Mrs. Hannah Taylor of Salem and Mrs. Minnie White of Los Angeles; two grandchildren. Funeral services Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Highland Friends church, Rev. Herman Macy officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Terwilliger-Edwards Funeral home in charge." OS Sep 22, 1940 5:4 s/o Joseph & Narcissa (Swain) Frazier per D/C
FRAZIER, Hazel D.
b. 03 Sep 1900
d. 21 Aug 1979 RA-47-08
on marker w/Leroy L. Frazier
"Hazel D. Frazier of 2340 Kevington, Eugene, died August 21, 1979. She was born September 3, 1900, in Canyon City, Colorado. She was a member of the Swisshome Evangelical Church. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Floyd (Arline) Watson of Eugene; son Bertram Frazier of Portland; 2 sisters: Merle Marshall of Portland and Maurine McCormick of Arlington, Washington; 7 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday, August 24, at 10:30 a.m. in the Swisshome Evangelical Church. Private concluding services in Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem. Lounsbury-Musgrove Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements." RG Aug 22, 1979 12D:3
FRAZIER, Leroy Lawrence
d. 25 Jan 1970 RA-47-07
on marker w/Hazel D. Frazier
"Leroy L. Frazier, 71, Swiss home and formerly of Salem, died at home Sunday following a short illness.
Born in Salem, he moved to Swisshome 30 years ago and was a charter member of the Swisshome Evangelical Church.
Survivors include widow Hazel, daughter Mrs. Arlaine Watson, Tigard; sisters Mrs. Florence Snow, Portland and Miss Lillian Frazier, Salem, seven grandchildren.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the Evangelical Church here with Rev. Lyman Myers officiating. Graveside services will be at 3:00 p.m. at Jason Lee Missionary Cemetery, Salem. Contributions can be made to the Evangelical Church Memorial fund. Riverside mortuary, Florence, has charge of arrangements." OS Jan 27, 1970 18:3
b. 25 Jun 1904
d. 13 Jul 1991 A-35-02-06
"Newberg--Lillian Frazier, 87, died July 13.
She was born in Salem and moved to Newberg 12 years ago. She worked for the Oregon Motor Vehicles Division and the state Tax Commission. She was a private secretary for a certified public accountant's office in Port-land.
She was a live member of Highland Friends Church in Salem.
Survivors include her sister, Florence Snow of Newberg.
Services will begin at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Friends Church in Newberg. Arrangements are by Gateway Chapel of the Chimes in Portland.
Contributions may be made to the Friends Church Missions Program." SJ Jul 22, 1991 2B:5 D/C #91-14145, d. Yamhill Co, per OR Death Index
FRAZIER, Lottie B.
b. 20 Jun 1869
d. 02 Apr 1897 OLD 117-08
wife of Oscar Frazier
Mother - At home with Jesus
"Frazier--At the family home in Riverside, north of this city, at 12:30 o'clock a.m. on Saturday, April 3, 1897, of congestion of the stomach, Mrs. Lottie B. Frazier, wife of O.J. Frazier, aged 30 years.
Deceased was a highly respected member of the community in which she resided and leaves, besides her mourning husband, four young children, two girls, Eva, aged 7 years and Hazel, aged 3; and two boys, Cecil, aged 5 and an infant of but six days.
Funeral services will be held at the Friends church at 2 o'clock this afternoon and will be conducted by Rev. C.R. Scott, pastor of said church." DOS Apr 4, 1897 5:4
FRAZIER, Mary A.
b. 06 Aug 1856
d. 18 Nov 1928 A-44-02-04
"Miss Mary A. Frazier, 72, died Sunday at the home of her brother, P.L. Frazier, 745 North Capitol street. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Clough-Huston parlors, the Rev. Norman K. Tully officiating. Burial in Lee Mission cemetery. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church and of the Rebekahs. One sister, Mrs. Josephine Sheppard of Walhalla, S.C., and seven brothers survive, as follows: W.S. Frazier, Spartanburg, S.C.; L.N. Frazier, Lauanne, Ark.; J.P. Frazier, Fort Wayne, Ind.; M.E. Frazier, Franklin, N.C.; W.H. Frazier, Waynesville, N.C. and P.L. Frazier of Salem." OS Nov 20, 1928 3:3 d/o R.A. & Myra (Nickolson) Frazier per D/C #777
FRAZIER, Mary Elizabeth
b. 27 May 1866
d. 28 Aug 1916 A-35-02-08
on marker w/Swain Lawrence Frazier "Frazier-At her home 2405 Rose avenue, Monday August 28, 1916, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Frazier, wife of Swain L. Frazier, in her 50th year.
The funeral will be held from the Highland Friends church at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and will be conducted by the Rev. Josephine Hockett, assisted by the Rev. Charles Scott. Burial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Frazier is survived by three daughters, Winni-fred, Florence and Lillian and one son, Leroy, all living at home. Four brothers and one sister also survive; Gibson T. Frazier, John H. Frazier, Lorenzo J. Frazier and William L. Frazier, all of Salem, and one sister, Mrs. Sophie Thurman of Portland." CJ Aug 29, 1916 2:4
FRAZIER, Pickens Louis
d. 29 Aug 1946 A-44-02-02
"Pickens L. Frazier, at his residence, 745 North Capitol street, Thursday, August 29, at the age of 85 years. Husband of Mrs. Lela Frazier of Salem; father of Mrs. Genevieve Anderson and Mrs. Ethel Coleman, both of Salem, W. Austin Frazier of Seattle and Master Sgt. William R. Frazier at the army air base at Fairfield, Calif., and brother of Wade H. Frazier of Waynesville, N.C., and Elias Frazier of Franklin, N.C. Also sur-vived by four grandchildren. Service will be held Saturday, August 31, at 2:30 p.m., at the Clough-Barrick chapel, with Rev. S. Raynor Smith officiating. Interment will be in the Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Aug 31, 1945 5:1
FRAZIER, Swain Lawrence
b. 23 Jun 1861
d. 01 Aug 1931 A-35-02-07
on marker w/Mary Elizabeth Frazier
"At Scotts Mills, August 1, Swain L. Frazier, aged 70. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Florence P. Snow of Portland, Mrs. Winifred Delano of Scotts Mills and Miss Ida Lillian Frazier of Salem; one son, Roy L. Frazier of Scotts Mills; three sisters, Mrs. H.B. Taylor, Mrs. Harriet B. Coulson and Mrs. Minnie F. White of Scotts Mills; two brothers, B.G. Frazier of Salem and J.O. Frazier of Medford; one niece, Mrs. Charles Haworth of Salem; also five young grandchildren. Funeral services from the Highland Friends church at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, August 4, Rev. Herman H. Macy of Scotts Mills officiating. Interment at the Lee Mission cemetery under the direction of Clough-Barrick company." OS Aug 2, 1931 5:4
FRAZIER, W. Austin
d. 16 Jul 1961 A-44-02-01
"Salem Native Found Drowned in Alaska--Former Salem resident W. Austin Frazier, 56, was found dead Sunday, his body discovered floating in Auke Bay, near Juneau, Alaska. Officials there said Frazier had been fishing, and death was termed acci-dental, due to drowning.
Frazier was born in Salem, son of Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Frazier, and graduated from Salem High school and Oregon State College. He was a certified public accountant employed by the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads in Alaska.
Survivors include daughters Mrs. Janet Witham of Medford, and Mrs. Judith Raether, Seattle; sons John Frazier of Medford; sisters Mrs. Genevieve Anderson and Mrs. Ethel Coleman of Salem; brother William Frazier of Vacaville, Calif.; and six grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. today at Barrick Chapel. Inter-ment will follow at the Mission Cemetery." OS Jul 25, 1961 5:9
d. 11 Apr 1956 D-07-04-02
At rest - In memory of my loving husband
"Late resident of Vancouver, B.C. Survived by wife, Mrs. Edith Fred-erick, Vancouver, B.C. Graveside services will be conducted by the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home, Friday, November 23, at 3:30 p.m. in Lee Mission Cemetery, with Rev. T.M. Gebhard officiating." OS Nov 22, 1956 2D:1 d. in Vancouver, B.C., Canada; Reinterred at Lee Mission Cemetery Nov 23, 1956 per Barrick FH Record--Last address was 125 W 6th St. North Vancouver, B.C.; age 86; m'd; died April 11, 1956 from bronco pneumonia; buried Nov 23, 1956 by Clough-Barrick & N. Vancouver Chapel, LTD, North Vancouver, B.C. per Record of Inter-ment #1894
FREDERICK, Ida May
b. 18 Nov 1874
d. 26 Oct 1906 D-07-04-01
age 34-2-10; died Canada; burial Nov 14, 1906 per Record of Interment #448
d. 24 Nov 1929 OLD 228-03
"Mrs. Sophia Fredin, 78, died at the Old People's home on Center street Sunday evening. Widow of the late Charles H. Fredin. Survived by a sister, Mrs. Emma Cooley of Havana, Ill.; and a brother, P. Mendenhall of Malin, Ore. Funeral services Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock from the Rigdon mort-uary, Rev. F.C. Taylor officiating. Interment in the Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS Nov 26, 1929 5:2
FREDRICH, Edith A. Henry
d. 16 Jan 1927 OLD 192-08
"Friedrich--In this city Sunday, Jan. 16, Mrs. Edith H. Friedrich, age 26 years, wife of Hubert J. Friedrich, and mother of two children, Elsie and Earl of Ceres, Wash.; daughter of Mrs. Anna Powell of Falls City, Or. Fun-eral services Monday, Jan. 17, at 3 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jan 17, 1927 7:8
FREELAND, Helen Marie
b. Feb 1857
d. 18 Jun 1932 OLD 135-04
on marker w/Henry P. Freeland
"Mrs. Helen Marie Freeland, aged 75 years, died at the residence 498 South 24th street Saturday, June 18. Wife of Henry P. Freeland, mother of F.W. Freeland of Norfolk, Neb., P.M. Free-land of Selma, Cal., R.E. Freeland of Roblin, Man., Mrs. Bessie E. Smith of Portland and H.B. Freeland of Eugene; sister of Mrs. Mabel Stone of Pomona, Cal. Funeral services will be held Monday, June 20, at 3 p.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son, with Rev. B. Earle Parker officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 19, 1932 5:2 d/o George Buffington per D/C #478
FREELAND, Henry P.
d. 24 Mar 1938 OLD 135-05
on marker w/Helen M. Freeland
"In this city March 24, Henry P. Freeland, aged 90 years, of 498 South 24th street. Father of H.B. Freeland of Eugene, Ore., Mrs. R.A. Smith of Portland, P.M. Freeland of Selma, Calif., F.W. Freeland of Norfolk, Neb., brother of Mrs. R.E. Eveleigh and Myra Freeland of Bloomfield, Ind., cousin of Mrs. Eva Wood, Mrs. Addie Barton and Mrs. Carey all of Salem. Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon company chapel Saturday, March 26 at 1:30 p.m. Committal services Lee Mission cemetery. Dr. James E. Milligan will officiate." OS Mar 25, 1938 11:1
d. Reserved RA-26-07
FREEMAN, Pauline M.
b. 23 Aug 1902
d. 20 Sep 1973 RA-26-08
"Pauline M. Freeman, 71, died Thursday night at her Salem residence, 1160 Market St. NE.
Born in Wisconsin, she moved to Salem about six years ago from Toledo, Ore.
Survivors include widower Dan; son Arthur Griesenauer, Salem; brother Ben Zitzelberger and sisters Rose Dryden and Hilda Esch, all Mount Angel.
Services are pending at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary." OS Sep 21, 1973 17:3
FREETAG, Clyde Downing
b. 09 Sep 1914
d. 13 Aug 1981 RA-38-08
Beloved husband and father
on marker w/Marjorie H. Freetag
"Clyde Downing Freetag, 66, of 1655 Barnes Ave. SE, died Thursday in the Salem Convalescent Center.
Born in Scio, he worked as an elect-rician for Del Monte Corp. for 12 years.
He is survived by his wife, Marjorie H., Salem; daughters, Gladys Borchers, Velma Reeves and Kathy Sather, all of Salem; sons, Floyd Stroh and Robert F. Jackson, both of Salem, and Clarence Stroh, Redding, Calif.; sister, Ardina Donovan, Mehama; and 19 grandchildren.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society." SJ Aug 15, 1981 2B:2
b. 30 Jun 1924
d. Reserved RA-38-09
Beloved Wife and Mother
on marker w/Clyde D. Freetag
b. 15 Apr 1930
d. 29 Aug 1999 RA-44-21
One listing says Dorothy Henry
d. 10 Dec 1895 OLD 114-01
"French--At the home near Highland addition to Salem, at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1895, Mrs. Hattie D. French, aged 28 years.
Deceased leaves a husband and two little daughters to mourn her demise. The funeral arrangements will be made today." DOS Dec 11, 1895 8:4
FRICKEY, Leland Evan
b. 02 Nov 1948
d. 02 Nov 1948 C-43-01-06
Interment Record No #; Leland Evan Frickey, premature; lot purchased by Sam Frickey
FROHMADER, Grace Alice
d. 28 May 1939 D-10-01-03
"At the residence, Marshfield, Ore., May 28, Grace Frohmader. Wife of Sargeant Frohmader and daughter of Mrs. Fane of Marshfield. Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon company, Thursday, June 1, at 3 p.m. Interment Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. J.F. Lawson will officiate." OS May 30, 1939 3:2
b. 17 Jun 1864
d. 10 Jan 1942 C-50-01-07
Interment Record #1449
"Andrew Fromm, 77,late of 2250 North Commercial street, January 10. Member of Bethel Baptist church. Sur-vived by daughters Mrs. Jake Elsasser, Mrs. Gust Geartner, Mrs. Mike Letz, Mrs. August Beal of Salem, Mrs. Christina Gaust of North Dakota; sons, John, Robert and Henry of Salem and Emanuel of Olympia; brother, Henry of Lancaster, Wash.; sisters, Julia Romboldt of College Place and Katie Peabody of North Dakota; 26 grand-children, seven great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, January 13, at 1:30 p.m. in the Terwilliger-Edwards Funeral chapel, Rev. J.F. Olithoff officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 13, 1942 5:1
D/C #30;s/o George & Katie Fromm; widower of Eva Fromm
d. 09 Sep 1910 D-14-04-07
Interment Record #507
"Frohn--In Salem, Oregon, September 9, 1910, Anton Frohn, aged 80 years. The remains are at Lehman & Clough's undertaking parlors, awaiting the arrival of relatives." OS Sep 10, 1910 4:3 Anton Frolue; age 80y; widowed; farmer; b. Germany; died at OSIA per D/C #2953
b. 07 Mar 1865 Russia
d. 14 Jan 1924 C-40-04-02
Interment Record #945
"Fromm--At a local hospital January 13, 1924, Eva Fromm, wife of Andrew Fromm, age 58 years. Survived by her husband, 5 daughters, Mrs. J. Eleanor, Mrs. Gust Gertner, Mrs. Mike Letz and Martha of Salem, Mrs. Gunch, N. Dak., 4 sons, John and Robert of Salem, Henry and Manuel of Long View, Wash., and 15 grandchildren. The remains are in care of the Terwilliger home, and funeral will be from the German Bapt-ist church, North Cottage St., Friday at 2 p.m. Rev. J.J. Lucas officiating, committal services in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jan 14, 1924 5:7 d/o Jake Fuhmann per D/C #46
FROMM, Harold Robert
b. 12 Nov 1924 Salem
d. 12 Nov 1924 OLD 102-08
s/o Robert & Lillian (Mattson) Fromm; lived 4 hours; died at Deacon-ess hospital per D/C #774
b. 26 Sep 1918
d. 27 Sep 1918 OLD 139-14
premature male baby lived 2 days; contributing cause appendicitis of mother per D/C #461
FROST, James S.
b. 18 Jun 1823
d. 16 Mar 1905 D-04-01-05
"Frost--March 16, at 11 a.m., John P. Frost, aged 82 years, in Michigan City, at the Wallace fruit farm. Burial Saturday at 11:30 a.m. in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 17, 1905 4:6
FROST, Jennie Isabel
d. 14 Sep 1952 C-46-04-07
Interment Record #1788 Jennie Isabel Frost, buried in Section C, 5th grave from Roadway in 3rd row from east [note: already burial in that location and believe she is actually in grave 7]
d. 17 May 1919 D-04-01-06
At Rest - Aged 72 yrs
"Mrs. Mary Frost Dead--Mrs. Mary Frost, 72 years old, died at 2 o'clock yesterday at her home, 255 North Fourteenth street. She was the widow of James S. Frost who died 14 years ago. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock p.m. with interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. R.N. Avison will conduct the service. Mrs. Frost was a prominent member of the Methodist church." OS May 18, 1919 3:4
d. 1951 N/A
FRY, Clyde Leonard
b. 18 Feb 1905
d. 08 Apr 1974 RA-37-04
"Services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary for Clyde Leonard Fry, 69, 2600 Front St. NE, who died Monday. Rev. Keith Maxwell will officiate. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Fry is survived by niece Mrs. Stella Noble and nephew James Mason, both Salem.
The family suggests contributions to Oregon Heart Fund." OS Apr 10, 1974 26:8
FRY, Gregory Michael
d. 03 Feb 2015 Multnomah County, Oregon RC-33-09
FRY, Stella Matilda
b. 04 Sep 1876
d. 13 Nov 1964 RA-37-05
"Mrs. Stella Matilda Fry, 88, of 3021 D. St. NE, died Friday at a local nursing home. She was born in Colorado and lived in Salem about 26 years.
Survivors include three sons, Everett, of Mt. Vernon, and Clyde and Elmer of Salem; nine grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be Monday at 3 p.m. in W.T. Rigdon Mortuary, Rev. Frank Lenz officiating. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 14, 1964 3:1
FUESTMAN, Albert F.
d. 23 Mar 1955 A-23-04-03
"Fuestman--Albert F., March 23, formerly of Salem; beloved father of Mrs. Henry M. Dixon, Portland; 1 grandchild; a sister in Illinois. Private services were held Friday at the Gable Funeral Home, 225 NE 80th. Interment Lee Mission cemetery, Salem." Oreg Mar 26, 1955 6:6
FUESTMAN, Effie A. (Chorpening)
d. 25 Dec 1929 Salem, OR A-23-04-04
RI #1213 Effie A. Fuestman, age 42, died 25 Dec 1929 of acute dilation of heart, buried 27 Dec 1929 in Block 23 Sec A Lot 4 Grave 4, 2 spaces purchased by Albert Fuestman of Salem
"Essie A. Fuestman, aged 52, died at the home, four miles north of Salem on the Portland road Dec. 25. Survived by her husband, Albert F. Fuestman, a daughter Marcia, and a brother, C.D. Chorpening, of Salem. Funeral services from Clough-Taylor chapel Friday at 1:30 o'clock. Dr. Temple and Rev. Gardner to officiate. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 27, 1929 5:5
b. 28 Nov 1887
d. 29 Jan 1912 A-24-03-06
"Suhier Fuhrer--At the family home, 1366 North Twelfth street, Monday, January 29, 1912, Eines Suhier Ernest Fuhrer, aged 21 years.
The deceased was the son of Johan Suhier. The funeral will take place some time Wednesday, the hour to be announced later." OS Jan 30, 1912 5:6 single; s/o Johan & Elizabeth Elisabeth (Luthy Luthi) Fuhrer of 1366 N. 12th St., Salem; died of acute nephritis per D/C #132 & Ed Lambert
FULLEN, Elmer Harrison
d. 14 Mar 1927 OLD 215-04
"Fullen--In this city March 14, Elmer Harrison Fullen, age 38 years, husband of Anna Fullen, father of Alfred Fullen; brother of Ollin Fullen of Salem and William Fullen of Kansas. Mrs. Alice Ferenza and Miss Lela Fullen of Illinois, Mrs. Ida Roberts, Mrs. Elihu Rumford and Mrs. Ola Urie of Kansas. Funeral services Wednes-day, March 16, 3 p.m. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 15, 1927 9:8
"Local Man Shot In Linn County--Lyons Scene of Gunplay By Mrs. Anna Fullen--Condition of Victim Doubtful at Early Hour; Physicians to Operate--The condition of E.H. Fullen, shot last night by his wife, was reported at 3:30 o'clock this morning to be very bad. Whether he will live or not is doubtful. The bullet lodged in his intestines, according to Dr. Charles Brewer, who finished operating just after 3 o'clock.--E.H. Fullen, 38, was shot and seriously wounded last night at Lyons, in Linn county, by his wife, Anna. Mrs. Fullen shot her husband with a small caliber revolver, the bullet striking in his stomach.
Fullen was brought to Salem by Dr. Charles H. Bewer of Stayton, who was called immediately after the shooting. Physicians were preparing to operate on him at an early hour this morning and could give no statement as to his condition.
The shooting occurred in the kitchen of Henry Croisan's home at Lyons, where Mrs. Fullen was employed as a domestic.
The pair had been living apart for some time, and Fullen had gone to visit his 6-year-old son, living with Mrs. Fullen. The child's birthday was yesterday.
No details could be learned of the reason for the shooting. The two were conversing in the kitchen of the Croi-san home, with members of the Croisan family present.
There was no altercation between the two, as far as could be learned. Mrs. Fullen went into the pantry, where the revolver was kept, returned, and shot her husband once. Bystanders disarmed her before she could shoot again.
Mrs. Fullen was brought to Salem and locked in the county jail early today. She will be turned over to Linn county authorities, according to Sheriff O.D. Bower.
Sheriff Bower questioned Mrs. Ful-len, but she would make no statement other than to say that she was unwilling to live with her husband, although he had urged her to do so repeatedly.
Fullen, a cook had been employed in Salem recently, Sheriff Bower stated this morning.
Lyons is in Linn county, just south of the Marion county line near Mehama." OS Mar 13, 1927 1:4
FULLER, Charles Myron
d. 29 Aug 1964 RA-51-04
m'd 28 Sep 1910
on marker w/Edith M. Fuller
"Charles Myron Fuller, 77, of 1741 Market St. NE, died Saturday at a local hospital.
He was born in Atlantic, Iowa, and came to Salem 72 years ago. For many years he was chief maintenance man at Oregon State Hospital until he retired.
Surviving are three nephews and three nieces, including Ruth Melson Hill and Evelyn Melson Franz, both of Salem.
Services are pending at W.T. Rigdon Funeral Home." OS Aug 30, 1964 17:2
FULLER, Edith M.
d. 16 Aug 1964 RA-51-03
m'd 28 Sep 1910
on marker w/Charles M. Fuller
"Mrs. Edith Fuller, 77, of 1741 Market St. NE, died Sunday night at a Salem nursing home.
Survivors include her husband Charles M. Fuller of Salem.
Funeral services are pending at W.T. Rigdon's Funeral Home." OS Aug 17, 1964 5:2