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 stephenie@leemissioncemetery.com.

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Burial Listing for surnames beginning with - H -

HACKENMILLER, Gretchen
 b.
 d. Reserved        
RC-33-13

HACKENMILLER, Wayne A.
  b. 16 Sep 1946
  d. 12 Dec 2002
"September 16, 1946 - December 12, 2002
    SALEM - Wayne was born in Osage, Iowa, and has been a resident of Salem since 1977. He worked at Fairview and OSH, retiring in 1999. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. Survivors: wife, Karen of Salem; daughters, Renee Paradis of Lake Oswego, Gretchen Hackenmiller of Salem & Bekki Morris of Wilsonville; mother, Angela Hackenmiller; 6 sisters; 4 brothers; & 4 grandchildren.
    Mass of Christian Burial:Tues., Dec. 17, at 2:00 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Salem with interment at Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements: Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service in Salem."

HAFE, Baby
 b. 20 Aug 1926
 d. 20 Aug 1926    
OLD-210-15
stillborn; per Record of Interment 1091; also seen as Nafe

HAGERMASTER, Charles Summer
  b.
  d. 23 Dec 1959        RA-59-02
  "At the residence, 1590 Trade St. SE, Salem, December 23rd.  Survived by wife, Ruth Hagermaster, Salem; daughter, Mrs. Sarah Brockmeier, Brainerd, Minn.; sisters, Mrs. Cora Gooding, Horton, Kan., Mrs. Marie Blottsy, Omaha, Neb. Private graveside services will be held Saturday, December 26th at the Jason Lee Cemetery.  Rev. Loren Miller will officiate.  Casket will be open to friends at the Virgil T. Golden Chapel Thursday & Friday, Dec. 24th & 25th.  Services will be under the direction of the Virgil T. Golden Co." OS Dec 25, 1959 5:1-2

HAGERMASTER, Ruth
  b.        1886
  d. 28 Apr 1970      RA-59-01
  "Ruth Hagermaster, 84, 1590 Trade St. SE, was found dead at her home Thursday.  Marion County district attorney's office said death was apparently due to natural causes.
  Survivors include a daughter, Louella M. Jaurez, Los Angeles, Calif., son Lawrence E. Lauars and sister Eva Elliott, Indianapolis, Ind.
  Services are pending at W.T. Rigdon's mortuary." OS May 2, 1970 15:5

HAINES, Vera Hope
  b. 30 May 1897
  d. 02 Feb 1899        C-38-03-07
  age 1y8m2d
  "Haines--In North Salem, Thursday, February 2, 1899, Vera, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Haines, aged 1 year and 9 months.
  The funeral will be held at the family residence at 1 p.m. today, Rev. J. J. Evans to officiate.  Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 3, 1899 8:1

HALL, Etta Greenland  
  b.       1858 IA
  d. 02 Nov 1924    C-39-01-08
Mother

Interment Record #1003
 "Hall--Etta Hall, aged 66 years, died at a local hospital, Nov. 2.  Survived by her son, A.R. Benson, living at Emmett, Idaho.  Funeral will be from Terwilliger home.  Interment in Lee Missionary cemetery." OS Nov 4, 1924 5:3

HALLAUER, Cora
b.
d. Reserved
    RC-48-11

HALLAUER, Robert "Fred"
b. 04 Apr 1834
d. 07 Nov 2012   RC-48-12

  "Salem--Fred Hallauer passed away peacefully at home from Alzheimer's complications.
   Fred was born in Kansas City, MO to Fred and Kathryn Hallauer and spent his younger years in Missouri. In 1955 he married Nadene Pearson. Fred and Nadene had three children. After graduating from the University of Montana and serving four years in the Air Force, Fred worked for various companies including the Oregon Farm Bureau, Fred Meyer data processing, where he was instrumental in installing their first computer system, Blue Cross of OR, Evans Products, and the State of Oregon.
  In 1977 he married Cora Leitzke Hescock. Fred suffered a massive brain-stem stroke in 1993 forcing early retirement. He always said he didn't know what he would do when he retired- well after working hard at therapy and a miraculous recovery he enjoyed many activities. The Courthouse Athletic Club was one of his favorite "hang outs" from 1980 to 2000. He enjoyed Men's Bible Study Fellowship, Stephens Ministry, and Men's Prayer Breakfast at the Nazarene Church with his best friend Steve. He and Cora made two road trips across the United States, traveled abroad and spent winters in Mazatlan where they have many friends. His children and grandchildren were the light of his life and he loved playing games with them, coaching them through their daily problems and loving them unconditionally. Dad's lectures were always their "favorite" conversations.
  Surviving Fred are his wife and six children. Barbara (Gary) Bauman of Japan, Maria (Tom) Fuhrmann of Newberg, OR, Debra (Eric) Bergen of Cameron Park, CA, Doug (Patrice) Hescock of Kennewick, WA, Melissa Hescock of Salem, and David (Hollie) Hallauer of Roseville, CA; Gretchen Schumacher, a dear friend and his favorite caregiver; thirteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
  A memorial service will be held at 2:00 pm on Monday, November 12, 2012 at Salem First Church of the Nazarene, 1550 Market St NE, Salem, OR, 97301.
  In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Salem First Church of the Nazarene building fund to complete the new kitchen or to the Salem Union Gospel Mission.
  Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [Statesman Journal November 10, 2012]


HALLEY, Agatha
  b.    Oct 1814
  d. 04 Jun 1888      D-25-04-07
  "At the residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. Kelly, Chemawa, at 1 o'clock p.m. Monday, June 4, 1888, Mrs. Agatha Halley, aged 73 years and 8 months.
  The deceased came to Oregon across the plains in 1843.  Her son, J.C. Halley, and daughter, Mrs. Kelly, reside at Chemawa, and another daughter lives in New Mexico.
  Funeral tomorrow at 10 o'clock a.m. from the Baptist church, and interment in Lee Mission cemetery."  WOS Jun 8, 1888 8:4

HALLEY, Bartholomew
  b.             1802
 d. 14 Jul 1883           D-25-04-08

    
HALLEY, Elizabeth Ruth
  b. 17 Jul 1850
  d. 25 Jan 1862      D-25-04-06
  "In Salem, Jan. 25th, of putrid sore throat, Elizabeth Ruth, daughter of Bartholomew and Agnes Halley, aged 11 years and 6 months." WOS Jan 27, 1862 3:3

HALLIN, Augusta G.
  b.       1870
  d. 03 Apr 1944    
OLD 116-07
  on marker w/Harry D. Hallin
  "Augusta Hallin Rites Thursday--Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta Hallin, 77, who died Monday, will be held Thursday at 1:30 from Clough-Barrick's.  Mrs. Hallin was born in 1870 in Iowa and crossed the plains in 1874 with her parents, August and Pauline Leabo.  They settled in Wash-ington and in 1881 came to Washington where Mrs. Hallin attended the academy which later became Willamette univer-sity. In 1890 she filed on a homestead in eastern Washington and while there met and married Harry D. Hallin.  He died in 1913 and in 1919 she returned to Salem.
  She was a member of the Court Street Christian church.  Survivors are two sons and two daughters, Harry M. Hallin of Tacoma; Reas Hallin of Portland; Mrs. Irene Satterfield of Sheridan; Gwendolyn Hallin of Salem; seven grandchildren and one great grandchild." OS Apr 5, 1944 5:7

HALLIN, Elta R.
  b.       1911
  d. Reserved         
OLD 116-14
  Together forever
  on marker w/Reas A. Hallin

HALLIN, Harry Davis
  b.       1860
  d. 21 Mar 1913    
OLD 116-08
  on marker w/Augusta G. Hallin
  last residence Banning, CA; died 21 Mar 1913, age 52, from pulmonary TB; burial 01 Jun 1913 per Record of Interment #729

HALLIN, Reas A.
  b.       1906
  d. 11 Feb 1982    
OLD 116-15
  Together forever
  on marker w/Elta R. Hallin
  "Dallas--Reas A. Hallin, 75, of 1189 Oregon Ave., died Thursday at home.
  A native of Spokane, he lived in Pasco, Wash., California and Salem before moving here in 1974.
  He was a construction welder, and worked on the Hanford atomic works and the Detroit Dam.
  He was a member of the Steamfitters and Pipefitters Union.
  Survivors include his wife, Elta; daughters, Margaret Nixon, McMinn-ville, and Theresa Toteff, Kalama, Wash.; sons, Arnold, Medford, and Lawrence and Jerome, both of Grants Pass; stepsons, Ronald Shepherd, Inde-pendence, and Terry Shepherd, Sitka, Alaska; stepdaughters, Lois Bisbee, Independence, and Ellen Culp, Lake Oswego; 15 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
  Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Dallas mortuary, with interment in Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem." SJ Feb 12, 1982 2B:6

HALVORSEN, Hattie J.
  b.       1854
  d. 26 May 1927    OLD 227-01
  his Wife   At Rest
  on marker w/Michael, Marcellus & Mildred Halvorsen
  "Halvorsen--At the residence, 1434 Ferry street, May 26, Hattie J. Halvorsen, age 73 years; wife of M.C. Halvorsen, mother of M.E. Halvorsen and M. John Halvorsen of South Bend, Wash., Carl Halvorsen of Forest City, Iowa, Ira D. Halvorsen of Corwith, Iowa, and Mildred Halvorsen of Portland; sister of Dr. H.R. Irish of Forest City, Iowa and George Irish of Britt, Iowa.  Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. from Rigdon & Son's mortuary." CJ May 27, 1927 15:8

HALVORSEN, Juanita Mae
  b. 04 Jul 1930
  d. 19 Jul 1985    RA-18-01
  Our beloved
  "Juanita Mae Halvorsen, 55, of Salem, died Friday.
  Born in Tuskegee, Okla., she came to Oregon from Southern California in 1984.
  Survivors include her son, David Lee VanHuss, Texas; sister, Janice Carver, Salem; brother, Troy Ott, Okemah, Okla.; mother and stepfather, Ray and Irene Galvin, Okemah, Okla.
  Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Barrick mortuary in Salem.  Private interment will be at Lee Mission cemetery, Salem." SJ Jul 21, 1985 2B:3

HALVORSEN, Marcellus John
  b.       1890
  d. 16 Jan 1953    OLD 227-03
  on marker w/Hattie J., Michael C., & Mildred Halvorsen

HALVORSEN, Michael C.
  b.       1852
  d. 24 Nov 1944    OLD 227-02
  Father
  on marker w/Mattie, Mildred, Marcellus Halvorsen
  "Michael C. Halverson, late resident of 251 South 17th street, November 24, at the age of 92 years.  Father of Mildred Halverson of Portland, Carl and Ira Halverson, both of Iowa, John Halverson of South Bend., Wash., and brother of Mrs. Regina Lasater and Miss Marie Halverson of Los Angeles, Calif.  Survived also by 15 grand-children, eight of whom are in the service. Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon chapel Monday, November 27, at 10:30 a.m., with the Rev. George Quigley officiating.  Interment in Lee Mission cemetery."  OS Nov 26, 1944 5:1

HALVORSEN, Mildred
  b.       1885
  d. 10 Oct 1978    OLD 227-04
  on marker w/Hattie J, Michael C., & Marcellus Halvorsen
  "Halvorsen, Mildred; survived by numerous nieces and nephews.  Friends are invited to memorial services Fri-day, Oct. 13, 11 a.m. Chapel of Miller & Tracy, SW 20th Pl & Morrison.  Pri-vate inurnment Jason Lee cemetery, Salem, OR." Oreg Oct 12, 1978 7C:8

HAM, Healthy
b. 10 Apr 1947
d. 15 Apr 2014
RC-13-04
    "
Healthy Ham--April 10, 1947 - April 15, 2014--SALEM - Services will be at 12:00PM on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." [Statesman Journal, May 1, 2014]

HAMILTON, George Wilson
  b. 27 Jun 1851
  d. 22 Jun 1925      
OLD 140-02
  born Mission Bottom, Polk Co, OR; s/o Robert W. & Rebecca (Smith) Hamilton; divorced; died North of Sheridan, Yamhill Co, OR from bronco pneumonia per Yamhill Co D/C #129

HAMILTON, P. E.
  b. 15 May 1851      
  d. 06 Apr 1894      
OLD 115-05
  "Hamilton---In Salem, on Friday, April 6, 1894, P. E. Hamilton, aged about 43 years.
  The funeral will be held at the residence of John McIntyre, corner of Bellevue and Eighteenth streets at 3 p.m. today and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
  Deceased leaved three children, a boy and girl aged 5 and 10 years respectively in this city and a daughter Mrs. Elva Bennett in Idaho.  He came to Salem from Pendleton.  The cause of his death was typhoid pneumonia."  OS Apr 7, 1894 4:4

HAMLIN, Harvey O.
  b.
  d. 27 Dec 1943      REMOVED        
  Burial is at Belcrest per D/C #1128; also confirmed by Belcrest Cemetery; no listing on Record of Interment; obit OS Dec 28, 1943 5:2

HAMMAN, Floyd R.
  b.  22 Aug 1904
  d.  11 Apr 1996       RA-04-03
  "Floyd Hamman, 91, of Salem died Thursday.
  He was born in Stayton but lived in the Salem area for most of his life.  He owned and operated Hamman Stage Lines.  He enjoyed fishing and gardening.  His wife, Zoa, died in 1990.
  Survivors include his daughters, Beverly MacDonald of Black Butte Ranch, Joan Mason of Rainier and Donna Wilson of LaJolla, Calif.; son, Dr. Steven of Los Altos, Calif.; sister, Verda Deacon of Salem; seven grand-children; and two great-grandchildren.
  Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.  Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery."  SJ Apr 13, 1996 4B:3

HAMMAN, Zoa Marie
  b. 24 Nov 1907
  d. 02 Dec 1990    RA-04-02
  "Memorial services for Zoa Marie Hamman, 83, of Salem who died Sunday will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Englewood United Methodist Church, 1110 17th St. NE, Salem.
  She was born in Portland and raised in Donald and Sherwood.  She graduated from Oregon College of Education, now Western Oregon State University, with a degree in elementary education.
  She worked in McMinnville and Stayton for about five years.  She married Floyd Hamman in 1933, the same year she moved to Salem.  Her husband owned and operated Hamman Stagelines, where she was an accountant.
  She enjoyed traveling and was a member of United Methodist Church.
  Survivors include her husband; daughters, Joan Mason of Rainier, Beverly MacDonald of Eugene and Donna Wilson of San Diego, Calif.; son, Steve of Los Altos, Calif.; brother, Henry Goode of Donald; sister, Eileen Raz of Portland; and seven grand-children.
  Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.  Arrangements are by Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.
  Contributions may be made to Western Oregon State College, Monmouth." SJ Dec 4, 1990 2B:4 w/photo

HAMMEL, Ferdinand E.
  b.       1883
  d. 30 Mar 1968    RA-29-06
  Always Together
  on marker w/Hilda C. Hammel

HAMMEL, Hilda Christine
  b.    Jun 1888
  d. 07 Apr 1976    RA-29-05
  Always Together
  on marker w/Ferd E. Hammel
  "Late resident of 3130 Lansing Ave. NE, Salem, Wed., April 7, in a local nursing home.  Survived by brother, Roy Rasmussen, Kelso, Wa., Arthur J. Rasmussen, Salem; sisters, Vivian Hanks, Bellah, N.D., Anna Dardis, Salem, Emma McDermott, Houston, Tex.  Services will be Sat., Apr. 10, at 1:00 p.m. in the Rigdon-Ransom Colonial Chapel, Cottage at Chemeketa NE.  Elder William Curtis officiating.  Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 9, 1976 III:30:5

HAMMOND, Etta Frances
  b.       1868
  d. 08 Feb 1946 Lewiston, Idaho  C-21-02-01
  on marker w/Everett S. Hammond
 Interment Record #1534
 "At the residence in Lewiston, Idaho, February 8, Mrs. Etta Frances Hammond, 77, widow of the late Rev. F[E.].S. Hammond, formerly of Kimball school of Theology; mother of Rev. P. Malcolm Hammond of Lewiston, Idaho, and Wesley H. Hammond of Berkeley, Calif.  Services will be held Wednes-day, February 13, at 3:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon Chapel with concluding services in Lee Mission Cemetery.  Dr. Joseph M. Adams officiating." OS Feb 10, 1946 5:1

HAMMOND, Everett Stetson
  b.       1863
  d. 24 Mar 1943    C-21-02-02
  Kimball School of Theology
  on marker w/Etta F. Hammond
  Interment Record #1473
"In Portland March 24, Rev. Everett Stetson Hammond, age 79 years.  Late resident of 260 South 15th street.  Husband of Etta Frances Hammond of Salem; father of Wesley H. Hammond of Honolulu, TH, and Rev. P. Malcolm Hammond of Sunnyside, Wash.  Two grandchildren also survive.  Private services with the family only will be held Tuesday, March 30, in the W.T. Rigdon chapel.  Please omit flowers.  A memorial service will follow sometime later at the First Methodist church." OS Mar 26, 1943 7:1

HAMPTON, Leta
  b.
  d. 30 Dec 1950        C-46-03-13
 Interment #1744
 "Leta Hampton, late resident of Salem route 3, box 430, at Portland December 30.  Survived by mother, Mrs. Gertrude Leal of Rawlins, Wyo.; daugh-ters, Mrs. Amelia P. Reavis of Portland, Mrs. Louise Martinez of Rawlins, and Alice Hampton and Rachel Hampton, both of Salem; son, William Hampton, Jr., of Salem; sisters, Mrs. Rachel Sanchez of Rawlins, and by three grandchildren.  Services will be held Saturday, January 6, at 1:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with interment at Lee Mission cemetery.  The Rev. Walter S. Frederick officiating." CJ Jan 3, 1951 15:8

HAMPTON, Maria Pablita
  b.        1909
  d. 30 Jan 1951      N/A
  "Hampton--Marie, Jan. 30, of 5412 N Syracuse, mother of Claude Hampton, sister of Leon and Emma Welcome.  Ser-vices Saturday, 1 pm, at the House of Holman, Hawthorne blvd. at 27th.  Friends invited.  Committal service private."  Oreg Feb 1, 1951 II:4:3  Inscription from broken headstone in the caretaker's shed

HANN, Baby
  b. 24 Oct 1951
  d. 24 Oct 1951      C-43-03-10
  Interment Record  #1750

HANNI,
  b.
 d.  Reserved            RA-16-09


HANNI, David Sterling
  b. 07 Oct 1967
  d. 11 Jun 1989      RA-16-08
  There was a brightness in him
  "David S. Hanni, 21, of Salem died Sunday in Salem.
  He was born in Ellensburg, Wash., and he came to Salem in 1973.  He attended Grant Elementary and Parrish Middle schools, graduating with honors from North Salem High School in 1985.  He enjoyed reading, foreign languages, cats, music, bicycling, and baking and cooking, which he shared with his friends and family.  He was a member of First United Methodist Church and People for Ethical Treatment of Animals.
  Survivors include his parents, the Rev. Philip S. and Erin Hanni of Milton-Freewater; and brothers, Carl of Portland and Douglas of Fresno, Calif.
  Visiting hours will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m. to noon Thursday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary.  Services will begin at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the church, and interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.  Con-tributions may be made to People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, P.O. Box 42516, Washington, D.C., 20015, or to UNICEF." SJ Jun 13, 1989 w/photo

HANNI, Erin
  b.
 d.  Reserved            
RA-16-11

HANNI, Phillip Stanton
 b. 28 Apr 1932
 d.  21 Mar 2013               
RA-16-10
  
"Phillip Stanton Hanni--April 28, 1932 - March 21, 2013
SALEM - Visitation Sunday 2 - 4 at Virgil T. Golden's. Graveside service at 4:30pm at Lee Mission Cemetery."
[StatesmanJournal on March 23, 2013]

HANSEN, Alf
 b.
 d.      1912


HANSEN, Christiana
  b. 26 Jan 1952
  d. 26 Jan 1952      C-43-03-13
  Interment Record #1760

HANSEN, Marie
  b.       1888
  d. 27 Nov 1951    C-19-02-07
  Mother
  on marker w/Nels M. Hansen
  Interment Record #1741
"Mrs. Marie Hansen, at the resi-dence, 1455 N. 21st st., November 27.  Survived by husband, Nels Hansen of Salem; daughters, Selma Ray and Nellie Smith, both of Salem; Marna Harvey of Daly City, Calif.; Harda Spires of Waukeegan, Ill.; Anna Sulivan of Klamath Falls; Gertrude Jones of Garibaldi, Ore.; step-sons, William of Morro Bay, Calif.; Ingvard of Salem; two sisters, Petra Nicholson of Mission, B.C.; Karen Petersen of Norway; four brothers Edward, Jergen, Jacob and Sandberg Storvik, all of Norway; 14 grandchildren.  Services will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Novem-ber 30, at Clough-Barrick chapel with Dr. Lloyd T. Anderson officiating.  Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 30, 1951 3:6

HANSEN, Nels M.
  b.       1877
  d. 14 Jan 1952    C-19-02-08
  Father
  on marker w/Marie Hansen
 Interment Record #1756
 "Nels Hansen, late resident of 1455 N 21st St., at a local hospital Jan. 14.  Survived by daughters, Mrs. Karla Kvamma of Norway; Mrs. Gertrude Jones of Garibaldi; Mrs. Anna Sullivan of Klamath Falls; Mrs. Harda Spires of Waukegan, Ill; Mrs. Marna Harvey of Daly City, Calif.; Mrs. Selma Way of Salem; Mrs. Nellie Smith of Salem; sons, William Hansen of Newport; Ingvard Hansen of Salem; sisters Mrs. Gena Koth of Eugene; Mrs. Hanna Knutson of Minnesota; brothers, Julnio Johnsrud of Taft; Engebrikt Johnsrud of Salem; 10 grandchildren.  Services will be held Thursday, Jan. 17, at 3 p.m. in the Clough-Barrick Chapel, Dr. Lloyd T. Anderson officiating.  Interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jan 16, 1952 16:3

HANSON, Andrew F.
  b. 27 Aug 1875
  d. 28 Sep 1920    D-18-02-02
  Not lost but gone before
  m'd; minister; s/o James & ? (Hansetta) Hansen per D/C #643

HANSON, Christopher Lee
 b.  18 Dec 1984
 d.  07 Jun 2004  RC-11-08
    "
SALEM - Memorial services are 2:30 p.m., Fri., June 11, at First Baptist Church, Salem. Private interment at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements." Statesman Journal Online

HANSON, H.
  b.
 d.                             D-18-02-08


HANSON, Margaret E.
  b. 15 May 1918
  d. 12 Jan 1975      RA-22-08
  Cpl  US Marine Corps
  "Services for Margaret Eleanor Hanson, 56, 820 Church St. NE, who drowned Sunday in the Willamette River, will be 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church.  Rev. Kent L. Haley will officiate.  Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery under direction of Barrick mortuary.  The family suggests contributions to the church memorial fund.
  A native of Salem, Mrs. Hanson lived in Portland many years and returned here 17 years ago.  She was a Marine veteran of World War II and was a bank and Chamber of Commerce secretary in Salem.
  Surviving are widower W. Reid; daughters Erica Jane and Anne Harriet Hanson, sons John William and Robert Reid, sister Mrs. Helen Lovell Boise, all Salem; brother Clinton Lovell, Mesa, Ariz."  OS Jan 15, 1975 8:1

HANSON, Shirley Jean
  b.
  d. 10 Aug 1951        C-43-03-06
 Interment Record #1736
 "Shirley Jean Hansen, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. Hansen, 1295 S. 18th st., August 10.  Also survived by brother, Terry Hansen, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Hansen, all of Salem.  Announcement of services later by the Clough-Barrick chapel."  OS Aug 11, 1951 8:7  Record of Interment # 1734; 6th grave, 3rd row

HANSON, William Reid
 b. 05 Sep 1915 Oregon City, OR
 d.  19 May 2011 Salem, OR    RA-22-07

"William Reid Hanson --September 5, 1915 - May 19, 2011--SALEM - William Reid Hanson, 95, died Wednesday May 19 in Salem, Oregon. He was born in Oregon City, Oregon on September 5, 1915 and lived in Salem most of his life. He was the son of William E. and Harriet Marden Hanson.
   His family loved to explore the Oregon outdoors. In the 1920's they drove and camped across the country in a Model T to Washington, D.C. While there he saw Babe Ruth hit a home run. He was a life-long sports fan, especially of the Oregon State Beavers.
   Reid started fishing Oregon's streams in the 1920's. He fly-fished the Deschutes and Metolius rivers, salmon-fished in a dory boat at Pacific City, and was a steelhead fisherman. Reid graduated from Salem High School in 1933. He worked as a draftsman for a title company and then for Kaiser Shipyards building aircraft carriers and Liberty ships. In 1943 he enlisted in the Army and was assigned to the Army 29th Engineers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. His unit sailed for France in Jan. 1945 and was stationed near Paris to make maps for troops from aerial photos. Thus he was in Paris for the VE Day celebrations--he saw a plane fly under the Eiffel Tower. He was part of the occupation force in Germany and then came home in 1946.
   He graduated from Oregon State University in 1950 with a degree in civil engineering. He worked on several airport building projects in Alaska, Morocco and Spain for Morrison-Knudsen Company. He married Margaret Lovell in 1955 and they lived in Seville, Spain for several years. They moved to Salem where he worked for the State as an engineer with the Dept. of General Services and the Board of Control. He worked on the Capitol Mall buildings, the State Capitol wings addition, and the Charles Sprague fountain on the Mall. He retired in 1980. After retirement he began bird-watching and joined the Salem Audubon Society which led to many trips with his birding buddies throughout Oregon and the world. He traveled to Antarctica to bird at age 84.
   He was a member of the First Congregational Church and a long-time supporter of many civic and charitable organizations.
   He is survived by his children, John Hanson of Salem, Erica Hanson of Salem, Robert Hanson of Bellevue, Washington and Anne Hanson Hearon (Bill) of San Rafael, California. He will be greatly missed.
   Donations in his memory may be made to the Salem Audubon Society. Service to be held at Barrick Funeral Home in Salem on Wednesday May 25 2011 at 11:00 a.m. [Statesman Journal May 24, 2011]

HARDY, Baby
  b. 25 Sep 1922
  d. 25 Sep 1922        A-37-03-01
  s/o William & Helen (Williams) Hardy; Blue baby; lived 5 hours per D/C #703

HARDY, Charles M.
  b.   Sep 1865
  d. 18 Apr 1957      A-27-01-05
  on marker w/Mary E. Hardy
  "In this city April 18th at the age of 96 years.  Survived by daughters Mrs. Florence Vanderhoff, Klamath Falls; Mrs. Edith Waite, Ellensburg, Washington.  Son, William Marion Hardy, Oakland, Calif.  Services will be held in the   Howell-Edwards Chapel Monday, April 22nd at 1:30 p.m., Rev. Paul W. Barnett officiating.  Conclud-ing services in Lee Mission Cemetery." Funeral Home." OS Apr 20, 1957 8:6

HARDY, Ellen Mary
  b. 21 Nov 1923
  d. 24 Sep 1925        A-37-03-01
  dau of Wm & Helen Silvea Hardy
  "Ellen Carrie Hardy was born to William M. Hardy and Helen Williams Hardy November 21, 1923, at the home of Mrs. Hardy's foster sister, Mrs. Mabel Williams Cady, near Salem.  Her short life was spent with her parents in Salem.  She died at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Hardy, 2130 Maple avenue, on Sept. 24, 1925, at 2:15 p.m. at the age of one year, 10 months and three days.
  She leaves besides her parents one sister, Wilma, age 5, and her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Hardy, and two aunts, Mrs. Florence Hardy Vanderhoof and Mrs. Edith Hardy Loter.
  Funeral services will be held on Saturday in the Highland Friends church, on Highland avenue, by the pastor, Edgar P. Sims, and the remains laid to rest in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 26, 1925 6:5  d/o Wm. & Helen Silvsa (Williams) Hardy per D/C #646

HARDY, Mary Ellen
  b.   Jun 1870
  d. 21 Jul 1946      A-27-01-04
  on marker w/Charles M. Hardy
  "In this city July 21, Mary Ellen Hardy, late resident of 2105 N. Church street at the age of 70 years.  Wife of Charles M. Hardy of Salem; mother of Mrs. Florence Vanderhoff of Salem, William Hardy of Alameda, Calif., and Mrs. Edith Lawson of Hood River; sister of Steve Malone of San Fran-cisco and Mrs. Edith Rea of Keyesport, Ill.; grandmother of Mrs. David Smith of Alameda, Calif., Carolyn Hardy of Alameda, William Vanderhoff of Fulda, Germany, and Jimmy Waite of Ellens-burg, Wash., and great grandmother of Juanita Smith of Alameda, Calif.  Announcement of services later by W.T. Rigdon company." OS Jul 23, 1946 5:1-2

HARGRAVE, Charles H.
  b. 27 Feb 1864
  d. 03 May 1892    
OLD 119-01
  son of Benjamin & Louisa M.

HARMES, Helen Dora
  b.       1903
  d. 07 Feb 1970    RA-36-01
  on marker w/Henry S. Harmes
  "Services for Helen Harmes, 67, 2985 Shelley St. NE, who died Saturday in a Salem hospital, will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at W.T. Rigdon mortuary with interment at the Lee Mission Cemetery.
  She was born in Lincoln, Neb. and came to Salem in 1946.  She was a retired cannery worker.
  Survivors include widower Henry; sons Charles and Kenneth, both Salem; daughters, Irene Titus, Salem and Catherine Coulson, Fallon, Nev." OS Feb 10, 1970 7:2

HARMES, Henry Scott
  b.       1898
  d. 04 Aug 1980    RA-36-02
  on marker w/Helen D. Harmes
  "Henry Scott Harms, 81, of 4045 Arnold St. NE, died Monday in a Salem nursing home.
  Born in Beatrice, Nev., he came to Salem in 1948.  He was a veteran of World War I.  He was a cannery warehouseman for Truitt Bros. Inc.
  He is survived by daughters, Irene Titus, Salem, and Catherine Coulson, Grand Junction, Colo.; son, Charles, Salem; 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
  Graveside services will be 10 a.m. tomorrow at Lee Mission Cemetery under the direction of Rigdon-Ransom mort-uary." SJ Aug 6, 1980 2B:4

HARMS, Katherine
b.
d. Reserved             RC-11-17


HARMON, Infant Son
  b. 09 Jan 1908
  d. 09 Jan 1908      N/A
  stillborn; s/o Peter & Rosetta (Flint) Harmon per D/C #5975

HARPER, Felix
  b.        1847
  d. 11 Nov 1925      OLD 210-07
  "Harper-Felix Harper, age 77, Wednesday, Nov. 11th, at a local hospital.  He is survived by a daughter in Colorado, Mrs. E.S. Deney and a stepdaughter in Oregon City.  Funeral services will be held Friday at 10 a.m. from the Terwilliger home, Rev. Bullock officiating.  Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 12, 1925 7:5  s/o Abner & Martha Harper per D/C #770

HARRINGTON, Arthur M.
  b.       1888
  d. 27 Jan 1963    RA-49-07
  husband and father
  "Arthur M. Harrington, 75, resident of 1860 Winter St. NE, died Sunday at a Salem hospital after a long illness.  A former logger, he was born at Wadena, Minn., and had lived in Salem since 1934.
  Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Pearl Harrington, Salem; daughter Mrs. Alta Hiebert of Klamath, Calif.; four grandchildren and six great-grand-children.
  Howell-Edwards Funeral Home will announce service." OS Jan 28, 1963 5:2

HARRINGTON, Pearl Marie
  b.       1898
  d. 27 Aug 1967      RA-49-08
  wife and mother
  "Pearl Marie Harrington, 68, former Salem resident, died Sunday while visiting at Turlock, Calif.
  A native of Willamina, she was a nurse at Fairview Hospital and Training Center from 1947 until 1963 when she retired and moved to Cottage Grove.
  Surviving are a daughter, Alta Hibert, of Modesto, Calif.; sisters Pauline Griffin of Turlock and Lila Murray of Lodi, Calif.; brother Lynn Wooden of Salem.
  Graveside services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at Jason Lee Cemetery here.  Salas Bros. mortuary of Modesto is in charge." OS Aug 30, 1967 III:26:2

HARRIS, Baby Girl
  b. 09 Dec 1935
  d. 09 Dec 1935        N/A
  died at Deaconness Hospital; lived about 30 minutes; d/o Ivan & Thelma (Johns) Harris of Mehama, OR per D/C #916

HARRIS, Elfreda I.
  b. 05 Oct 1920
 d.  09 Sep 2010            RC-12-05

Elfreda I. Harris October 5, 1920 - September 9, 2010 SALEM - Elfreda I. Harris, age 89, died peacefully at her home in Salem on September 9, 2010 from natural causes. Elfreda was born October 5, 1920, in Craig, Colorado. In 1940 she married Lee Prock, they had two children and they were wed until 1969. She moved to Salem in 1948. In 1970 she married Herbert Harris and was wed until his passing in 1990. For fifteen years she worked as a switchboard operator, initially for Meier & Frank, and later for the State of Oregon. She loved playing golf, taking trips to the Oregon Coast, gardening, reading, and enjoyed traveling abroad. Elfreda was member of First Baptist Church. She volunteered at her church working in the library and taking others to the doctor. She is survived by her son and his wife, Thomas and Keiko; two grandchildren: Tim and Lisa; and five great grandchildren: Midori, Sierra, and Maya, Tyler and Laura. She is further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband Lee, husband Herbert, daughter Pamela, brothers: George, Commodore, Robert, Eugene, and Grant; and her sisters: Ethel, Edith, Grace, and Virginia. A memorial service for family and friends will be held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, September 21, at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors, 1350 Commercial St., Salem, OR 97302. Burial will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice Care of the Northwest 1661 Edgewater Street NW, Suite 200, Salem, OR 97304. We would like to thank all of the staff of At Home Assistants In-Home Care Agency, Home Instead Senior Care and Hospice Care of the Northwest for their help and support. [Statesman Journal Sep 19, 2010]

HARRIS, Martha J.
  b.       1839
  d. 20 Mar 1922    OLD 229-12
  "Martha J. Harris died at the  Old People's Home in Salem, March 20, at the age of 82 years.  Funeral services will be held in the Webb & Clough chapel, March 21 at 10:30 a.m.  Rev. T. Acheson officiating.  Interment will be in the Jason Lee cemetery.  She is survived by three sons, Henry of Vancouver, Wash.; Edw. B. of Winant, Or., and R.A. of Salem, Ore.  Two daughters, Mrs. M. Jones of Lebanon, Ore., and Mrs. Martha Shepherd of McMinnville, Ore." OS Mar 21, 1922 5:3

HARRISON, Charles O.
  b. 21 Apr 1855
  d. 03 Sep 1933        A-28-03-06
  "In this city, Sunday, Sept. 3, Charles Harrison at the age of 78 years.  Survived by two brothers, Edward Harrison of Denver, Colo., and William Harrison of Ogden, Utah.  One sister, Mrs. Ethel Wemberg of Port-land.  Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 10:30 a.m. from the chapel of Salem Mortuary, 545 North Capitol street.  Interment Lee Mission cemetery with B.P.O. Elks lodge No. 336 in charge." CJ Sep 5, 1933 7:8

HARRISON, Daniel F.
  b.       1853
  d. 08 Jun 1921    D-22-03-06
  Father
  on marker w/Lucy J. Harrison
  "Remains Shipped to Salem--Daniel F. Harrison, aged 67 years, 8 months and 18 days, died Wednesday morning at Lewsburg at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John W. Smith.  The body was shipped this morning to Salem and the funeral service was held at 2 o'clock from Webb & Clough's funeral chapel, the body later being interred beside the grave of the late Mrs. Harrison in the Salem cemetery.  Mr. Harrison had been making his home with his daughter for some time."  C-GT Jun 9, 1921 3:5

HARRISON, Lucy J.
  b.       1856
  d. 07 Sep 1912    D-22-03-05
  Mother
  on marker w/Daniel F. Harrison
  "Harrison--At the family residence three miles east of Salem, at 10:40 p.m., September 7, 1912, Mrs. Lucy Harrison, aged 56 years, 2 months and 13 days.  She leaves besides her husband, one son and one daughter.
  Burial was at Lee Mission cemetery at 10 o'clock this forenoon, the funeral services being held at the house." CJ Sep 9, 1912 4:5

HARRISON, Samuel George
  b.
  d. 07 Jun 1955      C-45-04-01
  Interment Record #1868
"Late resident of 650 Locus St., Salem, June 7th.  Survived by son, Earl G. Harrison, Des Moines, Iowa.  Graveside services will be held Friday, June 10th at 11 a.m. in the Lee Mission Cemetery, under the direction of W.T. Rigdon." OS Jun 10, 1955 IV:5:1

HART, Gertrude Bernice
  b. 03 Sep 1922
  d. 06 Oct 1922      D-18-02-01
  age 1m3dys; d/o James S. & Katherine (Scott) Hart; died from gastroenteritis per D/C #732

HAVEN, Erastus Otis Rev DD, LL. D
  b. 01 Nov 1820 Boston, MA
  d. 02 Aug 1881 Salem, OR      OLD 188-01
 35th Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church
  "The Late Bishop E.O. Haven--A Brief Sketch of the Life of this Eminent Divine--Bishop Erastus Otis Haven, whose death was announced in The Oregonian of yesterday, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1820.  He was graduated at the Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, in 1842, and soon after entered the ministry.  He was appointed teacher of natural science in the Amenia Seminary, N.Y., and in 1845 was elected principal of that institution.  In 1854 he was elected professor of Latin and Greek in the university of Michigan.  In 1865 he was elected editor of the Zion's Herald and Wesleyan Journal, the oldest Methodist newspaper in the world.  He immediate-ly returned to Boston to take charge of that paper, which posisiton he held for many years.
  In the struggle with slavery begun in the Methodist church long before it entered the national councils, Bishop Haven took a prominent part, and his ready and vigorous pen dealt heavy and effective blows through the columns of his widely circulated journal.  During his residence in Boston, he was called to serve the people in the legislature of Massachusetts.  Subsequently he was called to the presidency of the university of Michigan.  He afterwards became president of the Northwestern university at Evanston, Ill.
  Some years later he was elected president of the university located at Syracuse, N.Y.  At the last session of the general conference of the M.E. church of the United States, held a year ago last month, he was elected bishop and sent to labor in the southernstates.  Last spring he was assigned to the Pacific coast.  He immediately came and took up his residence in San Francisco.  His first opportunity, we believe, to preside at any conference, was in Oregon, and death has closed his career before conference meets.
  The deceased has left behind many valuable works, which have been published from time to time during his active life.  He was said to have been one of the ablest men in the great denomination to which he belonged.  He was a cousin of the late Bishop Gil-bert Haven, with whom he has labored for many years, and whose name has sometimes been confounded with that of Bishop Haven just deceased.
  The funeral will take place at Salem at 2 o'clock P.M.  In compliance with the last request of the Bishop, the remains will be laid to rest in the old Lee Mission cemetery near Salem." PCA Aug 11, 1881 See also: PCA Aug 25, 1881

HAWK, Anna  [Webb]
  b.      29 Jun 1894
  d.      24 Jun 1984       A-27-01-07
died in Edmonds, WA

preceded in death by her husband Raymond F. Hawk

HAWK, Eulalie Witzel
  b. 16 Apr 1902
  d. 05 Jul 1964      
OLD 140-06
  Thy will be done
  He called your goodness home.
  Now rest in peace, dear, loving heart.  Love forever.
  "Mrs. Eulalie W. Hawk, 62, a native of Salem, died Sunday at a Salem hospital.  She had been in ill health in recent years.
  Mrs. Hawk, a late resident of 1547 Market Street NE, had been employed in the finishing department of Boise Cascade Corporation's Fine Paper Division here for 22 years.  She had been on sick leave recently.  Her husband, Charles A. Hawk preceded her in death.
  She was born here April 16, 1902, the daughter of W.H. and Lillian A. Witzel.  Mrs. Witzel survives at Grand Ronde.
  Mrs. Hawk was a member of the Englewood United Brethern Church.
  Survivors besides her mother are two daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Dickens and Mrs. Isla Shepherd and a son, Stanley H. Hawk, all Salem; six grandchildren; two brothers, A.H. Witzel, Salem, and A.L. Witzel, Seattle; and a sister, Mrs. Lois Gilstrap, Grand Ronde.
  Funeral services will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon mortuary." OS Jul 6, 1964 16:6

HAWK, Laura L.
  b. 18 Dec 1870
  d. 16 Oct 1960      A-27-01-06
  "Laura Hawk Dies at Her Salem Home--Mrs. Laura L. Hawk, 89, a late resident of 1625 Center St. NE, died Sunday morning at her home.  She was born Dec. 18, 1870.
  Survivors include a son, Raymond Hawk, Bellingham, Wash.; a sister in California, four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
  Graveside services will be held at noon today at Lee Mission Cemetery with Rev. S. Raynor Smith officiating.  The W.T. Rigdon Mortuary is in charge."  OS Oct 17, 1960 11:4

HAWK, Raymond F.
  b. 10 Oct 1893
  d. 09 Sep 1979      A-27-01-08
  died in Lacey, WA
"Raymond F. Hawk was survived by his wife, Anna Webb Hawk.  Children, Anna Laura Hawk Laird; Raymond F. Hawk, Jr; Thirza C. Hawk Smith and Richard L. Hawk." [per granddaughter, Holly West]

HAWK, Stanley Allen
  b. 04 Apr 1928
  d. 19 Jul 1980        RA-38-10
  Beloved son and brother
  "Stanley Allen Hawk, 52, of San Francisco, formerly of Salem, died of a heart attack July 19 in a San Fran-cisco hospital.
  A native of Salem, he lived here until moving to San Francisco 15 years ago.  He was a bartender and a milit-ary veteran.
  Surviving are his sisters, Marjorie Freetag and Isla Chapman, both of Salem.
  Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, with pri-vate interment in Willamette National Cemetery, Portland." SJ Jul 30, 1980 2B:5  Buried at Lee Mission per Rigdon-Ransom mortuary records

HAWK, Ulysses Franklin
  b. 07 May 1865
  d. 20 May 1947        A-27-01-08
  Methodist Preacher 1887-1942
  "Dr. U.F. Hawk, Retired Pastor, Dies in Salem--Dr. Ulysses Franklin Hawk, retired after 50 years of Methodist church ministry died here Tuesday following a period of failing health.  He had resided for the past four years in Salem, at 643 Union st.
  Born May 7, 1865, in Wisconsin, Hawk spent his childhood in Iowa and Pennsylvania.  He attended college at Pennington seminary, New Jersey.  After his marriage he and Mrs. Hawk came west to Salmon City, Ida., as missionaries, in 1887.
  He served pastorates in Butte, Mont., Yakima, The Dalles, Spokane and Seattle and was three times a district superintendent.  He was frequently a delegate to the church's general conference.
  Survivors are the widow, Laura L. Hawk of Salem; a son, Dr. Raymond F. Hawk of Bellingham, Wash.; brothers, the Rev. N.S. Hawk of Salem, also a retired minister, and Wesley Hawk of Allentown, Pa.; sister, Emma Lutz of Allentown.
  Private services will be Friday at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery, with Dr. Joseph M. Adams officiating." OS May 21, 1947 2:4

HAWKINS, Iris Akin
  b. 23 Aug 1902
  d. 21 Apr 1984        RA-49-11
  Mother
  on marker w/Leroy Alva Hawkins
  "Iris Akin Hawkins, 81, of 1097 39th Ave. NE., died Saturday.
  Born in Cottage Grove, she graduated from Oregon State University in 1926 and taught first grade in Toledo schools.
  She and her husband, Leroy, operated a neighborhood grocery store in Toledo before moving to Salem in 1961.  He died April 6.
  Survivors include daughters Mary Iris and Mavis Hawkins, both of Salem.
  Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Timothy Episcopal Church.  Interment will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery.
  Contributions may be made to the Hawkins Memorial Scholarship Fund, care of St. Timothy Episcopal Church, 3310 Windsor Ave. NE, Salem, 97301.
  Arrangements are under the direction of the Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Apr 23, 1984 2B:4

HAWKINS, Leroy Alva
  b. 02 Jun 1900
  d. 06 Apr 1984        RA-49-10
  Father
  on marker w/Iris Akin Hawkins
  "Leroy A. Hawkings, 83, 1097 39th Ave. NE, died Friday.
  Born in Dixon, Neb., he came to Mill City in 1902.  He moved to Silverton in 1916, to Toledo in 1918 and to Salem after his retirement in 1981.
  He had a degree in forestry from the Oregon Agriculture College, now Oregon State University.
  For many years, he was personnel manager for the C.D. Johnson Lumber Co. in Toledo.  He also was an insur-ance salesman and later operated a neighborhood grocery store in Toledo.
  He was a member of Oregon's first Boy Scout troop.  He also was a Scout leader for many years.
  He was a charter member of Salem's St. Timothy's Episcopal Church, the Salem Garden Club and the Masons.
  Survivors include his wife, Iris; daughters Mary Iris Hawkins and Mavis Hawkins, both of Salem; sisters Elga Reed, Silverton, Rozetta Hofland, Windsor, Calif.; and Esther Ridder-bush, Cloverdale, Calif.; brothers Verne Hawkins, Arvin, Calif., and Eugene Hawkins, Garden Grove, Calif.
  Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church.  Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem.
  Contributions are suggested in his memory to the St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Memorial Fund.
  Arrangements are under the direction of the Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Apr 9, 1984 2B:5

HAWKINS, Mary Iris
  b. 02 Feb 1929
  d. Reserved         RA-49-12
  Daughter
  on marker w/Mavis Akin Hawkins

HAWKINS, Mavis Akin
  b. 26 May 1933
  d. 24 Dec 2000         RA-42-22
  Daughter
  on marker w/Mary Iris Hawkins

HAYES, Alice
  b.       1848
  d. 23 Nov 1922    OLD 229-13
  "Hayes--At the Old People's home this city, Nov. 23, Mrs. Allie Hayes, mother of C.E. Hope of Sherman, Cal.  Also survived by two daughters residing in Kansas.  Funeral will be held today (Saturday) at 10 o'clock from Rigdon's mortuary." OS Nov 25, 1922 5:4

HAYES, Inez Irene
  b.    Dec 1925
  d. 01 Jan 1926      OLD 211-10
  "Hayes--In this city, Jan. 1, Inez Irene Hayes, at the age of two weeks.  She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hayes.  She is survived by five sisters, Gladys, Agnes, Emma, Ruth and Marjory and one brother, Willie.  Funeral services will be held Saturday, Jan. 2, at 1:30 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary, Rev. Carl Miller officiating.  Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jan 1, 1926 7:8

HAYNES, Carrie Estella
  b. 04 Sep 1863
  d. 20 Dec 1940      C-51-02-02
  "Mrs. Carrie Estella Haynes, late resident of route six, Salem, at a local hospital Friday, December 20, at the age of 77 years.  Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Bessie Lukinbeal and Mrs. John St. Clair, both of Salem, and Mrs. Laura Stamler of Petaluma, Calif.; sons, Charles T. and Frank W. Haynes, both of Salem; sister Mrs. Nettie G. Smith of Portland; also 15 grandchildren and 10 great grand-children.  Services will be held Saturday, December 21, at 1:30 p.m., from the Clough-Barick chapel, with Rev. M.O. Field officiating.  Con-cluding services will be held in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 21, 1940 5:1 d/o Charles R. & Caroline (Wallace) Morton per D/C #1076

HAYNES, Meribah
  b. 30 Aug 1857
  d. 10 Mar 1876      OLD 186-01
  "At the residence of Judge Bonham, Saturday morning, Meribah I. Hayer, aged 18 years and 6 months.  The parents of the deceased reside near Silver Creek falls.  The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock p.m., Rev. Mr. Babcock to officiate.  The remains will be laid away in the Mission Cemetery.  Friends are invited." DOS Mar 12, 1876 3:1  d/o Thomas & Dora Haynes

HAYNES, William H.
  b.
  d. 31 Mar 1938         OLD 094-04
  "William Henry Haynes, late resident of route 6, Thursday, March 31, at the age of 76 years.  Survived by widow, Carrie E. Haynes of Salem; daughters, Mrs. Bessie Lukinbeal and Mrs. John St. Clair, both of Salem and Mrs. Laura Stamler of Petaluma, Calif., sons, Charles T. Haynes and Frank W. Haynes, both of Salem; 15 grand-child-ren, ten great-grandchildren. Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Monday, April 3, at 10 a.m. Rev. M.O. Field will officiate. Interment Lee Mission." OS Apr 1, 1938 9:1

HAYWARD, Anna Helena Sister
  b. 06 May 1886
  d. 27 Jul 1972         C-20-04-01
  "Sister Anna Helena Duerksen Hayward, 86, 825 Cottage St. NE, died Thursday in a Portland hospital of cancer.
  Sister Hayward was the last survivor of four Mennonite sisters who founded Deaconess Hospital, now Salem Memorial hospital, in 1916.  At one time she was also the only anesthetist the hospital had for surgery.
  Born in Kansas, she lived in Oklahoma and Missouri and came to Salem from American Falls, Idaho, where she also helped start a hospi-tal.  Working up to 20 hours a day at times, Sister Hayward accepted no pay for her serives over the years.  She belonged to Pratum Mennonite Church.
  Surviving are brothers John Duerk-sen, Oklahoma City, Okla., Peter Duerksen, Mountain Lake, Minn., and Ben Duerksen, in Mississippi; sisters Marie Froese, Hutchinson, Kan., Helen Gordon, San Antonio, Tex., Kathryn Taggart, Fort Cobb, Okla., Justine West, Dallas, Tex., Martha Shaver and Sue Snarr both of Oklahoma City, Okla., Linda Miler, St. Louis, Mo. and Sarah Palesen and Frieda Williams, both of Salem; adopted daughter Mary Ann Stofer, Woodside, Calif.; foster daughter Ruth Jensen, Puyallup, Wash. and two grandchildren.
  Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary.  Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
  Family suggest contributions to the American Cancer Society." OS Jul 28, 1972 10:1

HAYWARD, James Paul
  b. 15 Jul 1863
  d. 03 Dec 1951      C-20-04-02
  "J.P. Hayward, Caretaker of Hospital, Dies--James P. Hayward, carpenter and architect, and for the past 23 years associated with Salem Memorial hospital, died Monday in a local hospital after a long illness.
  He was active in the construction of units at the hospital in 1924 and 1934, and since 1928 had been general caretaker of the institution.
  Hayward was also an accredited architect and was active in resident-ial building in Glendale, Calif., and Chicago.
  He was born July 15, 1863 in Acton, Mass.  As a child he worked in a furniture store where he learned cabinet making.  Later he attended night classes in architecture, and for some years was in business with a brother in the middle west.
  He was a member of the carpenter's union, and the Congregational church.
  He was married to Ana Dirkson, a nurse at the hospital for 35 years, in March, 1944.  She survives him.  His first wife, Sue Jordan, preceded him in death in 1941.  They were married in 1931 and she was also a nurse at Salem Memorial hospital.
  Besides the widow, survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Marsh of Detroit, Mich.; and Mrs. Martha Wyckoff of St. Petersburg, Fla.; sister-in-law, Mrs. Grace Hayward of Elgin, Ill.; several nieces and nephews.
  Services will be held in the Howell-Edwards chapel Thursday at 1:30 p.m., the Rev. J.M. Franz officiating.  Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Dec 4, 1951 7:4

  HAZLETON, L. V.  Mrs.
  b. 28 Apr 1859
  d. 06 Mar 1883       
OLD 134-04
  Mrs. F.R.; age 23-10-8 per Record of Interment #59

HAZLITT, James E.
  b. 11 Jul 1857
  d. 16 Nov 1935    C-20-02-08
  on marker w/Mary E. Hazlitt
  "In this city, route 8, November 16, James Hezlitt, late resident of Salem.  Husband of Mary E. Hezlitt of Salem; brother of three sisters in North Dakota.  Funeral services will be held Tuesday, November 19, at 1:30 p.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon company.  Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 19, 1935 5:1 s/o Henry Hazlitt per D/C #848

HAZLITT, Mary E.
  b. 18 Dec 1854
  d. 26 Feb 1936    C-20-02-07
  on marker w/James E. Hazlitt
  "In this city, February 26, Mary E. Hazlitt.  Survived by her brothers, Frank and A.J. Evans, both of Salem.  Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon company." OS Feb 28, 1936 7:1  d/o Griffith & Elizabeth (Jones) Evans per D/C #192

HEATH, Cary Oscar
  b.       1883
  d. 17 Jan 1950    D-17-01-02
  Methodist Minister
  "Cary Oscar Heath, at the residence of West Linn, January 17, at the age of 86 years.  Surviving are his widow, Irma Heath, West Linn; his mother, Mrs. Mary Foster, Ashland, a daughter Mrs. Virginia Russell, West Linn; a son, Paul Heath, Salem; a sister, Mrs. Guy Pickens, Ashland; and four grand-children.  Services will be held Friday, January 20, at 1:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel."  OS Jan 18, 1950 12:4

HEATH, Dennis Culmer
  b.        1895
  d. 23 Oct 1922      D-17-01-04
  "Heath--At the residence, 2310 Hyde street, Oct. 23 Dennis Culmer Heath, age 28 years, husband of Dorothy Emma  Heath, father of little Eva Mae Heath, age 5 years, son of Mrs. Mary Merchen, brother of C.O. Heath of Enterprise, Or., Porter G. Heath of Salem and Mrs. Phoebe E. Stillman of Seattle.  The funeral will be held Thursday at 2 o'clock from the Rigdon mortuary." OS Oct 26, 1922 5:4
 
HEATH, Irma W.
  b.       1887
  d. 22 Aug 1952    D-17-01-03
  "Mrs. Irma W. Heath at West Linn, Aug. 22.  Survived by daughter, Mrs. Lester F. Russell of West Linn; a son, Paul Heath of Salem; four grandchild-ren; two sisters; one brother.  Ser-vices will be held Monday, Aug. 25, under the direction of Holton & Hanking, Methodist Church, Oregon City at 9 a.m. (PST). Graveside services at Lee Mission Cemetery at 11 a.m. Mon-day."  OS Aug 23, 1952 8:6

HEATH, Ralph R.
  b. 03 Nov 1908
  d. 14 Jan 1958  Salem, Oregon  C-45-03-01
  Father - Husband
 Interment Record #1929
 "Death Takes Ralph R. Heath--Ralph R. Heath, 4710 Auburn Rd. NE, finance administration employee of the Oregon Secretary of State's office, died Tuesday night at a Salem hospital after a short illness.
  Heath was born on Nov. 3, 1908, at Kellogg.  He married Avis Bartley of Winchester Bay at Vancouver, Wash., on April 24, 1937.  He worked as a farmer in several Oregon towns before coming to Salem in 1950.
  Surviving are his widow and three children, Larry, Linda, and Dennis, all of Salem, three brothers and six sisters, all of Oregon.
  Funeral services will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Howell-Edwards chapel.  Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jan 16, 1958 8:2

HEATH, Robert Oscar
  b. 22 Jun 1913
  d.  27 Jun 1913        D-17-01-01
  "At the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.O. Heath, at 2096 Trade street, Friday, June 27, 1913, R.O. Heath, aged 5 days.
  The funeral will be held from the home at 2:30 o'clock Sunday after-noon." CJ Jun 28, 1913 8:4  s/o C.O. & Irma (White) Heath per D/C #2162

HEBEL, Charles
  b.       1876
  d. 25 Jun 1950      A-43-04-06
  Father
  "Charles Hebel, at the residence at 1638 Fairmount st., June 25.  Survived by wife, Mrs. Goldie Hebel, Salem, three daughters, Miss Evelyn Hebel, Mrs. Anita O'Brien and Mrs. Birdie Reas, all of Salem; and four grand-children and two great grandchildren.  Services will be held Tuesday, June 27 at 3 p.m. from the Virgil T. Golden company chapel with the Rev. Edgar Sims officiating.  Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 27, 1950 12:2

HEBEL, Charles Eldon
  b. 24 Oct 1918
  d. 24 Nov 1918        A-43-04-08
  1mo  Son
  "The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebel, Nov 24, 1918, at the age of one month. The funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the home 2105 Center street.  Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 25, 1918 8:5

HEBEL, Golda J.
  b.       1880
  d. 02 Mar 1964      A-43-04-05
  Mother
  "Mrs. Goldie J. Hebel, 83, of 1638 Fairmount Ave. S, died Monday at a Salem nursing home.
  Born in Illinois, she came here in 1912.  She and her late husband, Charles, organized a young people's band in 1916.  That band and a band they formed later performed at many civic events.  She was a member of Chadwick Chapter, Order of Eastern Star.
  Surviving are three daughters, Miss Evelyn Hebel, Mrs. Reginald Rees and Mrs. Terrance O'Brien, all of Salem; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
  Services will be 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Virgil T. Golden chapel, Rev. John G. Frankhauser officiating.  Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Mar 3, 1964 4:7

HEBEL, Merribel Margaret
  See: ATCHISON, Margaret

HECKENLIABLE, Fred
  b. 02 Apr 1889
  d. 06 Nov 1973      RA-35-09
  Oregon  F1  US Navy  World War I
  "Fred Heckenliable, 84, 6494 Fruitland Rd. NE, died in a Salem nursing home Tuesday.
  Born in Eureka, S.D., he homesteaded in Canada before returning to the U.S. in 1914 for four years to serve in the Navy during World War I.  He returned to Canada and moved to McMinnville in 1939.  In 1962, Salem became his home.  He was a retired farmer.
  Surviving are widow, Otilia; sons Clarence, Thomasville, N.C., and Herbert, Cornelius; daughters Clara Schell, Aloha, and Frieda Williams, Salem; sisters Martha Stickle, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, and Olga Casprie, Vancouver, B.C.; 10 grandchildren and 10 great grand-children.
  Services are pending at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary." OS Nov 7, 1973 29:7

HECKENLIABLE, Otilia
  b. 28 Oct 1900
  d. 26 May 1978      RA-35-10
  "Otilia Heckenliable, 77, of 6494 Fruitland Road NE, died Friday in a Salem hospital.
  Born in Alberta, Canada, she came to Salem in 1962 from Vernonia.  She was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church and the Pythian Sisters.
  Survivors include sons, Clarence, Thomasville, N.C., Herbert, Cornelius; daughters, Clara Schell, Aloha, Frieda Williams, Salem; brothers, Ben Bohnet, Vancouver, B.C., and Victor Bohnet, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; sisters, Lydia and Linda Schneider, both of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Frieda Archer and Anna Valdez, both of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
  Services are pending at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary." SJ May 27, 1978 8B:3
 
HEIMROTH, Josie Snowden
  b.       1858
  d. 28 Oct 1939    OLD 088-03
  "At the residence, 2136 S.E. Salmon, Portland, October 28, Josie Heimroth, aged 81 years.  Wife of Sam Heimroth and aunt of Mrs. Laura Castor and Quincy Rice of Portland and Ervin Rice of Oakland, Ore.  Funeral services will be held in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company Tuesday, October 31, at 1:30 p.m., Dr. W.C. Kantner offici-ating.  Concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 31, 1939 2:1

HEIN, Leslie Ralph
  b. 11 Jun 1924
  d. 22 Jul 1925    
OLD 102-02
  s/o Ralph L. & Eunice M. (Dodge) Hein of 2470 Walker St., Salem, OR per D/C #521

HEINTZ, Bertha
  b. 31 Dec 1894
  d. 17 Oct 1924        C-39-02-05
  age 29y10m16d
  Interment Ledger #1000 died of starvation
"At a local hospital Oct. 17, 1924, Bertha Hinz age 30 years.  Remains are in care of the Terwilliger home, announcement of funeral later." CJ Oct 17, 1924 9:6

HEISLER, Agnes
  b.       1860
  d. 13 Jun 1921    D-19-02-03
  "Heisler--At the residence 2340 Myrtle avenue, Monday morning, June 13, Mrs. Agnes Heisler, at the age of 60 years, wife of Alexander Heisler, mother of Byron H. Bradshaw, Vallejo, Cal., and Richard H. Bradshaw of Boulder, Colo.
  Funeral services will be held Wed-nesday at 2 o'clock from Rigdon's, Rev. Blaine Kirkpatrick officiating.  Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 14, 1921 5:3  Agnes Saunders m1-Bradshaw; m2-Alex Heisler

HEISLER, Alexander
  b. 12 Dec 1857
  d. 11 Nov 1941        D-19-02-04
  "Alexander Heisler, 83, of 2340 Myrtle avenue, Tuesday, November 11.  Survived by widow, Ella Heisler of Salem; two daughters, Mrs. T.J. Carson and Ada Fulton, both of The Dalles; son, John of Pleasanton, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Vanderpool of Dufur, Ore., and Anna McAtee of Los Angeles; and four grandchildren.  Funeral services from Clough-Barrick chapel Thursday, Nov. 13, at 3:30 p.m. Rev. S. Raynor Smith officiating.  Interment in Lee Mission cemetery."    OS Nov 13, 1941 5:1  s/o William & Martha (McConnel) Heisler per D/C #971

HELM, Eliza
  b. 16 Apr 1842
  d. 02 Mar 1921        D-18-02-05
  Mother
  on marker w/Richard W. Helm
  "Mrs. Eliza Helm Dies At Cottage Street Home--Mrs. Eliza Helm, wife of R.H. Helm of 777 North Cottage street, passed away at 6 o'clock last night.  Mrs. Helm was born May 16, 1842.  She had been a resident of Salem for 13 years.  Besides her husband she leaves two daughters, Mrs. A.M. Lull, Salem, Mrs. Clara Grit, Rainier, Ore., and one son, R.T. Helm of Merlin.  Funeral announcements will be made later." OS Mar 3, 1921 1:6

HELM, Richard W.
  b. 29 May 1839
  d. 13 Apr 1927        D-18-02-06
  Father
  on marker w/Eliza Helm
  "Helm--R.W. Helm died at Grants Pass Wednesday morning at the age of 88 years.  He was born in Kentucky May 29, 1839.  He is survived by three children.  Funeral services at Free Methodist church, Market and Winter streets Thursday at 2:30 p.m.  Inter-ment in Jason Lee cemetery." CJ Apr 13, 1927 9:8

HELMS, Parthena Reginia (Fair)
  b. 23 Aug 1925
 d.  05 Mar 2000       RA-15-02
  
"
Parthenia Helms, 74, died Sunday. Cause of death was unavailable.
  She was born in Blytheville, Ark., and moved from Casa Grande, Ariz., to Oregon in 1976. She was a member of Seed of Faith Ministries and enjoyed fishing and gardening. A son preceded her in death.
  Survivors include her sons, Lee Vern Helms of Bend, and Willie Helms, and Frank and Eddie Coleman, all of Salem; daughters, Clara Harris and Darlene Coleman, both of Salem; brothers, Vincent Fair of Texas and David Fair of Arizona; sister, Jackie Fair of Arizona; 15 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
  Visiting will be noon to 6 p.m. today at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Chapel. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at the State Street Church of God. Private interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Online

HELMS, Willie Saul
 b. 27 May 1959
 d. 22 Aug 2008      RC-12-19

"Willie Saul Helms May 27, 1959 - August 22, 2008 SALEM - Willie Saul Helms, 49, passed away Friday. Born in Casa Grande, Arizona, he moved to Salem in 1976. He was the barbaquist for family functions. Enjoyed helping the less fortunate, side line coaching his grand kids and nieces and nephews. He is survived by his wife, Patty; best friend and lifetime companion, Justus Helms (his four legged friend); father, Eddie Coleman; daughter, Nicholl Helms; son, Keydrin Helms-Grover; grandchildren, Fatboy, LaCroix, Meneiaha, Hercules, DeDe, Kinga, Keasha; sisters, Clara Harris, Darlene Coleman; brothers, Frank and Eddie Coleman; 7 nieces and 11 nephews; uncles, aunts and cousins. He was preceded in death by his mother, Parthenia; and brothers, LeeVern Helms and Fred Coleman. Contributions may be to the family in care of Goldens. Visitation will be from 1 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, September 2 at the Salvation Army Church, 1230 Winter St. NE. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [Statesman Journal online]
 

HEMPHILL, Anna N.
  b.
  d. 09 Oct 1928       OLD-00-01
  "In this city October 9, Mrs. Anna N. Hemphill, 56, wife of Joseph S. Hemphill of Salem; daughter of Mrs. Mary Driver, of Eugene; sister of Lee and Roy Driver of Eugene, Paul Driver of Portland, Wiley Driver of Los Angeles, Ralph Driver of San Jose, Grace Driver of Elkton, California; Mrs. Francis Milton, of Eugene; Mrs. Nellie Emerson of Oakland, Calif., and Mrs. Jessie Starr.  Funeral services will be held in the Rigdon Mortuary chapel at 2:30 p.m., Thursday, with Rev. D.H. Leech, of Albany, offici-ating.  Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 11, 1928 3:8

HENDERSON, Emma "Jackie"
  b.        1910
  d. Reserved           RA-41-03
  Mom  Together Forever
  on marker w/Francis Henderson

HENDERSON, Francis "Red"
  b.       1906
  d. 30 Dec 1972    RA-41-04
  Dad    Together Forever
  on marker w/Emma Henderson
  "At the residence of 730 20th NE, Dec. 30 at the age of 66 yrs.  Survived by widow, Ema (Jackie) Henderson, Salem, sons, Tom Henderson, Vancouver, B.C., Robert Henderson, Aloha, Ore., brothers, Charles C. Henderson, Portland, Owen Henderson, Union Gap, Wash., John Henderson, Spokane, Wash.  Two grandchildren also survive.  Services Tues., Jan 2, at 1:30 p.m. in the Rigdon's Colonial Chapel, Cottage at Chemeketa NE.  Rev. Robt. Mulkey officiating." OS Jan 2, 1973 18:5

HENDERSON, J. A.
  b.
  d.    Jul 1884        REMOVED
  Record of Interment #132, J. A. Henderson reinterred at Oregon City Jul 4, 1894;

HENDERSON, Retta
  b. 01 Jun 1872
  d.  09 Nov 1895        C-47-02-02
  age 23y5m8d
  dau of L.A. & J.A. Henderson

HENDRICKS, Freda K.
  b.    Jul 1920
  d. 05 Dec 1972    RA-41-05
  Together Forever
  on marker w/Kenneth Hendricks
  "Mrs. Fred K. Hendricks, 1645 Candlewood Drive NE, died Tuesday at home.  She was a Salem Hospital employee.
  Surviving are the husband, Kenneth G., Salem, daughters Mrs. Kathleen Sherwood and Mrs. Barbara Jean Nixon, both of Reedsport, and Mrs. Darleen Say Menza, Salem; sons, Kenneth S., Ronald J., Timothy and Theodore, all of Salem.
  Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Dec 6, 1972 27:1

HENDRICKS, Kenneth Gerald
  b. 30 Oct 1911
  d. 16 Jun 1987    RA-41-06
  Together forever
  on marker w/Freda K. Hendricks
  "Albany--Kenneth G. Hendricks, 75, of Albany, died Tuesday.
  He was born in Rolfe, Iowa. He lived in Portland and Reedsport before moving to Salem where he lived for 25 years.  He came to Albany three months ago.  He was a retired millwright and logger.
  Survivors include his daughters Kathleen M. Sherwood, Reedsport, Barbara J. Nixon, Albany and Darlene F. Menza, Mount Shasta, Calif.; and sons Bobbie G., Salmon, Idaho, William C., Ontario, Ronald J., Anchorage, Alaska, Timothy D., Gresham, and Theodore D., Salem.
  Visitation will be from noon to 8 p.m. today and 9 to 11:30 a.m. Friday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem.  Graveside services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem."  SJ Jun 18, 1987 2B:3

HENETZ, Albert
  b.
  d.        1979        RA-43-03

HENRY, Irene Bertha
  See: HINZ, Irene Bertha

HENRY, Olive E.
  b.       1846
  d.  28 Jun  1921      D-02-04-03
  "Henry--At a local hospital on June 28, Olive E. Henry.  Funeral will be held at Rigdon's at 2:30 Wednesday.  Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 29, 1921 5:3

HENRY, Susan Lucille
  b.      Sep 1953
  d. 16 Sep 1953        C-43-05-02
Interment Record #1825 lived 15 hours 20 minutes

HENTSCHEL, Fred
  b.        1816
  d. 07 Jun 1884        REMOVED
  disinterment 22 Sep 1922; moved to Portland; Obit-OS Jun 13, 1884 1:4

HEPP, Joseph Rev
  b. 04 Apr 1846
  d. 27 Jul 1930    D-02-02-07
  on marker w/Katherina Hepp
  "The remains of Joseph Hepp, who died in Grants Pass, will arrive here for funeral services at 10 o'clock Wednesday at W. T. Rigdon and Son mortuary, with interment at Lee Mission cemetery.  Deceased survived by the following children:  E.J. and A.W. of Idaho; L.O. of Grants Pass;  Mrs. A.C. Laabs of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Mrs. Laura M. Thompson of Seattle, Wash." OS Jul 29, 1930 5:7

HEPP, Katherina
  b.       1852
  d. 08 Jun 1925    D-02-02-08
  His wife
  on marker w/Joseph Hepp
  "At Grants Pass, June 8, Mrs. Catherine Hepp, wife of Rev. Joseph Hepp, mother of Arthur Hepp of Cam-bridge, Ida., Edward Hepp of Escon-dido, Cal., L.O. Hepp of Grants Pass, Mrs. H.W. Thompson of Seattle and Mrs. A.O. Laabs of Coeur d'Alene, Ida.  Funeral services will be held Wednes-day, June 10 at 3:30 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary, interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 10, 1925 5:6

HERBERT, Donna
b.
d.  Reserved                  RC-46-13

HERBERT, John
b.
d.  Reserved                  RC-46-13

HERRIOLD, Annie
  b.              1876
  d. 05 Nov 1892        
OLD 102-01
  "Harrild--At the family home, corner Front and High streets, Saturday even-ing, November 5, 1892, Annie Harrild, aged 16 years.
  Deceased was a daughter of Henry Harrild, and had been sick only two weeks with typhoid fever, which terminated in paralysis of the brain.
  Four other members of the family were also sick."  WOS Nov 11, 1892 11:6  d/o Henry Herriold per Record of Interment #155

HERRMANN, Clara J. L.
  b.       1886
  d. 04 Jan 1966      A-28-01-04
  Mother
  on marker w/Herman G. Herrmann & Carol B. Weems
  "Mrs. Clara J.L. Herrmann, 79, died Tuesday at her home, 940 Morningside Drive SE.
  She was the wife of retired Metho-dist minister Rev. H.G. Herrmann, who had held pastorates for many years in Oregon.  The couple moved to Salem 10 years ago.
  Mrs. Herrmann was a member of Morningside Methodist Church.  She was born in Forest Junction, Wis.
  Survivors include besides her widower, daughter Mrs. Carol B. Weems, Salem; brother Edward Eick, Medford; sisters Mrs. Tillie Lafe, Portland, and Mrs. Amelia Newhouse, Redmond; one grandchild.
  Funeral will be Friday at 3 p.m. at W.T. Rigdon Funeral Home, with burial in Lee Mission Cemetery."  OS Jan 6, 1966 6:2-3

HERRMANN, Herman G.
  b. 12 Mar 1883
  d. 20 Apr 1979      A-28-01-05
  Father
  on marker w/Clara J.L. Herrmann & Carol B. Weems
  "Herman G. Herrmann, 96, 728 Mildred Lane SE, died Friday in a local hospital.
  Born in Germany, he was a Methodist minister who retired in 1965 and then was involved part-time with Morningside Methodist Church.
  From 1945 to 1955 he served with Coburg and Monroe Methodist Churches and previously was pastor of Dundee Methodist Church.  He was a member of Masons.
  Survivors include daughter, Carol B. Weems, Salem; sister, Matilda Western-hagen, Baldwin, Long Island, N.Y.; one grandchild.
  Services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Morningside Methodist Church.  The family suggests contributions to the church.  Rigdon-Ransom mortuary is in charge of arrangements." OS Apr 21, 1979 2C:3

HERRMANN, Lina
  b. 11 Mar 1862
  d. 31 Dec 1930        D-16-04-05
  "Mrs. Lina Herrmann, wife of the late Rev. Herrmann who held the past-orate of the German Baptist church here from 1901 to 1906, died Wednesday at the Robert Perlich residence on route 6, Salem, following an invalid-ism of six months.  Mrs. Herrmann had been making her home with the Perlichs since September.  For the past seven years she lived alone in her home on North Cottage street, until her ill health, which necessitated an oper-ation in March of this year.
  Mrs. Herrmann was born in Germany March 11, 1862, and came to this country at an early age.  Mr. Herrmann died 13 years ago in the east, after which Mrs. Herrmann made her home in Buffalo, New York, until returning to Salem seven years ago.  A niece, Mrs. Lina Schwab of Buffalo, N.Y. survives.
  Funeral arrangements under the direction of Clough-Barrick company are pending word from relatives in the east." CJ Jan 1, 1931 11:8

HERRMANN, Roy Milton
  b. 21 Mar 1925
  d. 19 Aug 1944        A-28-01-06
  Oregon  Pvt  318 Inf  WWII
  "Roy M. Herrmann Funeral Services Slated Wednesday--Funeral services for Pvt. Roy M. Herrmann, who was killed in France on Aug. 19, 1944, will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at First Methodist church.  He was the son of the Rev. and Mrs. H.G. Herrmann, now of Monroe, Ore.
  Burial will be at Lee Mission cemetery under direction of W.T. Rigdon company.  The Rev. Brooks H. Moore will officiate.
  Herrmann was born Mar. 21, 1925 at Vernonia, Ore., and lived later near Hanford, Wash., and at Newberg and Dundee, where he attended high school.  He was inducted into the army in July, 1943, and went overseas in July, 1944.  He was serving in the infantry when killed about 100 miles southwest of Paris, at the age of 19 years.
  Survivors are the parents and a sister, Carol Bernice Herrmann of Salem." OS Oct 5, 1948 6:3

HERSCH, Lina Ramseyer
  b. 21 Jun 1891
  d. 11 Jul 1932      A-40-04-05
  "In this city, July 11, Mrs. Lena Ramseyer Hersch, aged 41 years.  Survived by widower, Fred Hersch of Pratum; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ramseyer; brothers, Ben, Dave, Albert and Carl Ramseyer, all of Salem and vicinity.  Funeral services will be held Wednesday, July 13 at 2 p.m. from chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son with Rev. J.F. Frank officiating.  Inter-ment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 13, 1932 5:3  d/o Joseph & Anna (Rich) Ramseyer per D/C #539

HESHMAN, Mary
  b.
 d.                                  OLD 115-05


HEYERLY, Judith
  b. 15 Sep 1870
  d. 08 Jun 1893        OLD 127-01
  A precious one from us has gone  A voice we loved is stilled  A place is vacant in our hearts  That never can be filled.
  "Heyerly--At the home of her brother on the Alfred Savage place on the Garden road Thursday, June 8, 1893, of typhoid fever, Miss Judah Heyerly, aged 20 years.
  Miss Heyerly had been ill only three days and her death was entirely unex-pected.  The funeral will take place from the residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock; burial in Lee Mission ceme-tery."  DOS Jun 9, 1893 4:5

HICKELL, Daughter
  b.        1887
  d. 02 Nov 1890      N/A
  "A Double Bereavement--The infant child, aged two weeks, and the 3 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.O. Hickell, who have been residents in the old Mansion house on Liberty street for some months, have both died with scarlet fever--the former passing away at 3 o'clock on Saturday after-noon last and the latter Sunday night.  The remains have been interred in Lee Mission cemetery.  This is a great bereavement for the family, who are also said to be in quite destitute circumstances.  Denver, Colorado, was the residing place of the grief-stricken husband and wife previous to their removal to Oregon." DOS Nov 4, 1890 4:3

HICKELL, Infant
  b.
  d. 01 Nov 1890      N/A
  child of Mr. & Mrs. N.O. Hickell
  See obit DOS Nov 4, 1890 4:3 above

HICKISCH, Josef
  b. 16 Aug 1863
  d. 01 May 1945      A-24-02-02
D/C #3258  b. Gersdorf, Austria; h/o Theresia Hickisch; sawmill laborer
RI #1512 Josef Hickisch, age 81, died 01 May 1945, buried 04 May 1945 in Block 24 Sec A Lot 2 Grave 2
"Josef Hickisch, at his home, 344 North Front st., Tuesday, May 1, at the age of 81 years.  Father of Mrs. D.E. Engelhart of Salem. Services will be held Friday, May 4, at 2 p.m., from Clough-Barrick chapel, Dr. M.A. Get-zendaner officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 3, 1945 5:1

HICKISCH, Theresa
  b. 11 Nov 1845
  d. 30 Mar 1923        D-18-03-04
  D/C #248  b. Bohemia; d/o Ignetz & Veronia (Heidick) Heide; w/o Joe Hickisch; died from lagrippe
"Hickisch--Mrs. Terressia Hickisch died March 30 at the residence on rural route No. 6 at the age of 73 years. She is survived by her husband, Joe Hickisch, and daughter, Mrs. Julia Schroeder, both of Salem. Funeral ser-vices will be held from the Terwilli-ger funeral home, Monday, April 2, at 2 p.m., Rev. Koehler officiating.  Interment will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 31, 1923 7:8

HICKMAN, Thomas
  b.
  d. 26 Aug 1958        RA-01-03
  "Retired Tailor Taken By Death--Thomas Hickman, retired tailor, died Tuesday at a Salem rest home after an illness which began about 12 years ago.  He had no known survivors.
  Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at W.T. Rigdon Funeral Home, Rev. E.H. Becker officiating.
  He at one time had been a patient at Oregon Tuberculosis Hospital and earlier had worked for tailor Lyman Sundin."  OS Aug 27, 1958 5:3

HICKS, Johnny
  b. 03 Sep 1930
 d.  31 Mar 1999         RA-03-08
Funeral marker

HIGLEY, Albert
  b.
  d.                   
OLD 122-03
  only first name on marker--lot owned by C.H. Chapman

HIGLEY, Alice
  b. 17 Mar 1868
  d. 09 Dec 1886    
OLD 122-05
  "At the family residence two and one-half miles north of Salem, Miss Alice Higley, aged 18 years and 9 months, daughter of Mrs. C.H. Chapman; consumption.
  Funeral to-day, Dec. 10th, at the Presbyterian church in Salem, at 2 o'clock, Rev. H.A. Newell officiating; thence to Lee Mission cemetery." WOS Dec 17, 1886 8:2

HIGLEY, Frank
  b.
  d.                
OLD 122-02                
  only first name on marker--lot owned by C.H. Chapman

HIGLEY, Sammy
  b.
  d.                  
OLD 122-04
  only first name on marker--lot owned by C.H. Chapman

HILEMAN, Catherina (Thill) 
  b. 02 Apr 1876 IA
  d. 19 Sep 1912 Marion Co, OR        OLD 190-05
  "Hilman--At the Salem hospital, at 10:30 p.m., September 19, 1912, Mrs. J.B. Hilman of North Commercial street.
  The cause of her death was periton-itis.  The deceased is survived by a husband and two small children.  Funeral arrangements announced later."  OS Sep 20, 1912 5:4
[Death Certificate #2811 Marion County; Catherina Thill Hileman, born April 2, 1876 in Dubuque County Iowa - died Sept. 19, 1912 at Salem Hospital - of peritonitis W.B. Morse M.D attended, interred Sept. 23, 1912 in Lee Mission Cemetery - Lehman & Clough; informant was her husband, John B. Hileman, Father was Nicholas Thill, Mother was Barbara Elenz (Germany)]

HILL, Fanny E.
  b.       1873
  d. 25 May 1959      A-32-02-03
  Mother
  on marker w/Marcia M. Hill
  "Late resident of 535 Rose St., Salem at a local nursing home, May 25th.  Services will be held Thursday May 28th at 3:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home.  Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS May 27, 1959 5:1

HILL, Gary Eugene Sr.
  b. 02 Jan 1958
 d. 31 Aug 2007
    RC-12-06
  s/o Herman McKinney and June Hill

HILL, Infant
  b.        1896
  d. 22 Jun 1902        
OLD 106-07
  Stillborn infant of H.H. Hill; burial by W.T. Rigdon per Record of Interment #306

HILL, Jasper DeForrest
  b.       1868
  d. 19 Dec 1952    C-38-03-05
  on marker w/Martha W. Hill
  Interment Record #1800
"Jasper DeForrest Hill, in this city, Dec. 19, at the age of 84 years.  Late resident of 1723 N. Summer St.  Husband of Martha Hill, Salem; father of Mrs. Della Raney, Salem, Mrs. Aube Belding, Auburn, Calif., and Lauris E. Hill, Gaston; brother of Grace Eldridge, Salem.  Also surviving are 16 grandchildren and 14 great-grand-children.  Announcement of services will be made later by the W.T. Rigdon Company."  OS Dec 20, 1952 2:6

HILL, Marcia May
  b.       1905
  d. 04 Oct 1952      A-32-02-04
  daughter
  on marker w/Fanny E. Hill
  "Miss Marcia May Hill, at the residence, 1410 1/2 Court St., Oct. 4.  Survived by mother, Mrs. Fanny E.H. Hill of Salem. Private graveside services at Lee Mission Cemetery, Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 2 p.m.  Dr. Paul N. Poling officiating under direction of Clough-Barrick Co.  Memorial services at First Presbyterian Church at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.  Friends invited." OS Oct 6, 1952 10:6

HILL, Marjorie
  b.    Oct 1912
  d. 28 Mar 1913        
OLD 133-05
  "Hill--At the family home on North Seventeenth street, Friday afternoon, March 28, 1913, Marjorie Hill, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.M. Hill.  Funeral announcement later." OS Mar 29, 1913 3:3  d/o P.M. & Vera E. (Jones) Hill; age 5 mos per D/C #1389

HILL, Martha Washington
  b.            1872
  d. 03 Feb 1957    C-38-03-04
  on marker w/Jasper D. Hill
 Interment Record #1898
 "Mrs. Martha Washington Hill--At the residence, 1723 N. Summer St. Sunday, Feb 3. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Della Raney, Salem; Mrs. Aube Belding, Newcastle, Calif.; son, Lauris E. Hill, Gaston; 15 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren.  Services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6 in W.T. Rigdon's chapel. Interment in Lee Mission Cemetery, Rev. H.A. Peckham officiating." DOS Feb 6, 1957 II:13:4

HILL, William H.
  b.       1837
  d. 23 Oct 1907    
OLD 107-03
  "Died-Hill--At the asylum, Wednesday, October 23, 1907 William Hill, aged 70 years.
  The funeral services and interment took place at Lee Mission Cemetery this afternoon at 2 p.m." DCJ Oct 24, 1907 8:6 b. England; s/o Wm. Hill; m'd; farmer; died of epilepsy per D/C #4931

HILLER, Robert E. "Mr. Fence"
  b. 03 Feb 1915
  d. 19 Mar 1989        OLD 177-03
  "Robert E. Hiller, 74, of Salem died Sunday in Salem.
  He was born and raised in Bridgeton, N.J., and came to Salem in 1987 from Reno, Nev.  He was a retired car-penter, and he most recently managed the Meadow Lark Mobile Manor in Salem.
  Survivors include his wife, Barbara, daughters, Lynn Warfield of Poway, Calif., Kathleen Worley of Reno, Nev., and Jill Nicoles of Ridgecrest, Calif., sons, Michael Hiller of Wilmington, Del., Robert Hiller, Jr. and Von Hiller, both of Reno, Montie Jones of Everett, Wash., and Charles Jones of Salem; and sister, Catherine Gibson of Pennsylvania.
  Visiting hours are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Graveside services will begin at 1 p.m. Thursday in Lee Mission Cemetery.
  Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society." SJ Mar 21, 1989 2B:6

HILLIS, Liane Kay Geer
  b.
  d. 06 Oct 1979        RA-54-06
  "Portland--Liane Kay Geer Hillis, 27, 5931 S.E. Division St., died Saturday at home.
  Survivors include daughter Luanna Marie Swift, Salem; mother, Loretta M. Lomax, Salem; father, Irwin W. Geer, Redmond; brothers, Joseph Geer, Patrick Lomax and Brian Lomax, all of Salem; sister, Kelly S. Keller, Salem; and grandparents, Inez Geer, Redmond, and Myrtle King and Raymond Anson, both of Salem.
  Graveside servies will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, under direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Salem." OS Oct 10, 1979 2B:3

HILLPOT, Aldine Adeline?
  b.    Jun 1898
  d. 26 Apr 1928      A-26-04-06    

   "Hillpot--At the residence, 1556 Chemeketa street, early Thursday morning, April 26, Aldine Hillpot, age 29 years; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Hillpot; sister of Mrs. Jane Breckenridge, Hester C. Hillpot and Waldron P. Hillpot, all of Salem.  Funeral services will be held Friday, April 27 at 3:00 o'clock p.m. from the Rigdon Mortuary, Rev. A.B. Van Zante officiating.  Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Apr 27, 1928 11:8

HILLPOT, Hester C.   
   b. 03 Sep 1899
   d. 20 Oct 1987     A-26-04-05
   "Hester C. Hillpot, 88, of Salem, died Tuesday.
  She was born in Illinois and came to Salem 47 years ago.  She worked 40 years for the Department of Motor Vehicles before her retirement.
  Survivors include her nieces Terri Maness of Salem and Nancy J. Dudenhoe-fer of Redmond, Wash.; and nephew Waldron P. Hillpot of Salem.
  Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Friday in the Lee Mission Ceme-tery, Salem.  Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem." OS Oct 22, 1987 2B:3

HILLPOT, John V.L.
  b. 24 Aug 1869
  d. 13 Sep 1945      A-26-04-08
  Father
  "Merchant Dies After Illness--John V. Hillpot, former Salem merchant, died at a Salem hospital Friday following an extended illness.
  Hillpot, and his son, Waldron P. Hillpot, operated the Hillpot and Son army goods store in Salem until 1929.  Recently he had been employed at the Les Newman Men's store.
  He was born in Fairview, Ill., in 1869, and came to Oregon in 1917, settling first at Eugene.  Two years later he came to Salem to reside.  He was a member of the Presbyterian church and the Modern Woodmen of the World.
  Survivors include two daughters, Miss Hester Hillpot and Mrs. Jane McFarland both of Salem; a son, Waldron P. Hillpot of Salem, a grand-daughter, Nancy Jane McFarland of Portland; a grandson, Waldron P. Hillpot, jr., of Salem, and a sister, Mrs. Harry Huff of Neshanic, N.J.
  Funeral services will be announced later by the Clough-Barrick company." OS Sep 15, 1945 3:5 s/o Hugh Hillpot; h/o Kate P. Hillpot per D/C #5933

HILLPOT, Kate P.
  b. 13 Oct 1875
  d. 13 Jan 1945      A-26-04-07
  Mother
  "Kate Hillpot Funeral Set For Tuesday--Funeral services for Kate P. Hillpot, who died Saturday after a lingering illness will be held from the Clough Barrick chapel Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Chester Hamblin officiating.  Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
  Mrs. Hillpot, 70, had been seriously ill from a heart ailment for the past three months.  She was born in Fair-view, Ill., Oct. 13, 1875 and in 1895 was married to John Hillpot, who survives.  The family has resided in Oregon for the past 28 years and in Salem for the past 24.
  Survivors include the widower; two daughters, Miss Hester Hillpot of Salem and Mrs. Jane McFarland of Portland; a son, Waldron P. Hillpot of Salem; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Grimm and Mrs. Frank Elliott, both of Fairview, Ill., and two grandchildren, Waldron P. Hillpot, jr. of Salem and Nancy Jane McFarland of Portland." OS Jan 16, 1945 5:6  d/o George & Katherine (Winters) Prall; w/o John V.L. Hillpot per D/C #460

HILTON, Infant
  b.    Feb 1888
  d. 09 Apr 1889        OLD 232-01
  "Hilton--At his residence in North Salem, on Monday, April 8th, the 14 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hilton.
  The funeral took place yesterday from their home and the remains were buried in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 10, 1889 4:3

HILTZ, Mary L.
  b.       1883
  d. 17 Apr 1970    RA-53-05
  "Mrs. Mary L. Hiltz, 86, 4131 River Road N, died Thursday at a Salem hospital.
  Born at Cambridge, Mass., she spent most of her life in the Boston area, coming to Grants Pass in 1964 to live with her daughter.  In 1968 they moved to Salem where her son-in-law, Rev. William H. Lavely, is minister of Trinity United Methodist Church.
  Surviving are the daughter, Mrs. Doris Lavely, and six grandchildren.
  Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary.  The family suggests contributions to the Mary L. Hiltz Memorial Fund of Trinity United Methodist Church." OS Apr 18, 1970 16:7

HINES, Ann Johnson
  b.         1845
  d. 19 Mar 1875    OLD 180-03
  age 30y2m
  wife of Rev. Gustavus Hines
  on marker w/Gustavus Hines
  "The remains of Mrs. Ann Hines, relict of the late Gustavus Hines, arrived in the city yesterday fore-noon, on the ten o'clock train, from Portland, and were taken to the Metho-dist Church, to await the arrival of the deceased's sister, who came to the city by the afternoon train from the south.  The funeral took place from the church at two o'clock, attended by a large number of those who knew her in life.  She was buried in the Lee Mission Cemetery; near the Orphan's Home, where her husband lies entombed.  Mrs. Hines departed this life at Goldendale, W.T., on the 19th of this month, after a protracted illness of over a year.  Her disease was linger-ing consumption. She leaves behind her an only daughter." DOS Mar 24, 1875 3:1

1870 Klickitat Co, WA; June 21 & 22, 1870; Samuel Johnson, 75, farm laborer, $0 $1000, Ireland; Ann, 24, domestic servant, Canada; Samuel, 22, farm laborer, Canada; Jane, 17, Canada

   "Ann Johnson was born in Canada in 1845.  What part and when the family came to the United States is unknown.  They may have moved to various places before ending up in either Rockland, Washington Territory or The Dalles, Oregon Territory.  Rockland is now known as Dallesport, Washington directly across the Columbia River from The Dalles.
     In 1870 Ann was living with her aged father.  If they actually lived in Rockland there was no church there, but a Methodist Church had been established in The Dalles.  A ferry served between Rockland and The Dalles, so if in fact the Johnson family resided in Rockland it would have been an easy crossing and walk to church.  Serving that church at the time was Rev. Gustavus Hines.  What actually brought Gustavus and Ann together is another fact that is not know.  Ann would have been considered a "spinster" by then as she was 25 at that time.  Gustavus was 36 years her senior.  It appears that Gustavus' first wife Lydia may have died prior to his going to The Dalles.  A number of things might have played into the marriage between Gustavus and Ann coming together.  The fact that Gustavus needed and wanted a wife, someone to stand by him in church related functions.  Ann on the other hand was faced with the fact that she was still unmarried and had an aged father.  It certainly was not a "young love" marriage.
    Ann had a brother named Thomas Johnson.  At one time he actually ran the ferry between Rockland and The Dalles.  He must have had some back ground in surveying, for when John Golden decided that he was going to form his new town of Goldendale, it was Thomas Johnson who was hired to plat out the settlement.  Golden was very intent on having this town, so he set aside 9 lots for the first person that would come forward and establish the first store.  Thomas Johnson took up the offer, built and established his store in the town of Goldendale.
    Golden also being a religious Methodist designated 12 lots, a city block for the building of a church, which the townspeople soon had up and running in 1871.  They would need a minister and would have gone through the Methodist channels to acquire one.  The man in charge of that region was none other than Rev. Gustavus Hines, who was residing in The Dalles.  He himself came at various times to give lessons and preach, while waiting for a permanent minister to arrive.
    The Goldendale area was just being settled, by homesteaders arriving.  Down east of there was a very fledgling community called Columbus, now known as Maryhill, Washington.  One of the original vast land owners was a man by the name of William Hicenbothem, who resided there with his wife Mary.  He was an ardent Methodist himself and it was not uncommon in those times for people to go a great distance to attend church.
    No doubt Gustavus Hines and William Hicenbothem met in Goldendale, where Hicenbothem would no doubt talk about his hopes of building a Methodist church in little Columbus, which did come to pass, as Hicenbothem later gave the land for the Methodist Church.
    Gustavus and Ann were married in 1871, no doubt in the Methodist Church in The Dalles.  In 1872 Ann gave birth to a daughter, which they named Gussie.
    Gussie was not very old when Gustavus died and Ann was placed in a situation of probably not knowing what to do.  Here she was with a tiny little girl, with no husband and no means of income.  She had no alternative but to move to Goldendale to live with her brother Thomas Johnson and his family, or reside in close poximity to them.
    Gussie would not have a mother for long and it seems that Ann was ill for sometime before she actually died of consumption in 1875 when Gussie was about 3 years old.  When she found out that she was dying she may have herself made plans for little Gussie's care.  It is not known why Thomas Johnson did not take his niece.  He had 4 children of his own and possibly just couldn't take on another.
    Again into the picture comes William and Mary Hicenbothem.  They would have known Gustavus Hines early when he was getting the Goldendale Methodist Church going and quite probably knew Ann as well after she moved to Goldendale.  They were childless, apparently even for the times financially sound and were very devout Methodists in Columbus.  They may have taken Gussie even before Ann died, as it is apparent that there was a time that came when she would not have been able to herself care for Gussie.  So little Gussie ended up down along the Columbia River in Columbus with her new "foster" parents, William and Mary Hicenbothem, while Ann's remains were taken back to be buried with Gustavus in Salem.  The entire Gustavus Hines, Ann Thompson story is one of tragedy.  Gussie herself died in 1880 of diptheria, which also claimed a few others in the little community of Columbus.  Gussie is buried in the Hicenbothem plot at what is now called  Maryhill-Columbus Cemetery, a portion of that cemetery land donated by none other than William Hicenbothem.  There is no stone there for little Gussie, but someone did erect a stone in her memory with her parents, Gustavus and Ann (Johnson) Hines."  [written by Charlott Wells Jones
]

HINES, Celinda M.
  b.        1838

  d. 06 Aug 1921      DS-
  "Hines--At her residence, 886 Lombard street, August 6, 1921, Celinda Minerva, age 84 years, widow of the late Rev. Harvey K. Hines, beloved mother of M.E. Judkins of this city, T.C. Judkins of Berkeley, Cal.  The body is at the parlors of Chambers Co., 248-250 Killingsworth avenue.  Funeral notice in a later issue." Oreg Aug 8, 1921 9:6  m1 Rev. Edward A. Judkins Sep 21, 1854; m2 Harvey K. Hines

HINES, Elizabeth J. Graves
  b.
  d. 29 Jan 1890      DS-32
  "Another Pioneer's Death--Mrs. H.K. Hines, the lady of whose serious illness mention was made a few days ago, passed peacefully away at her home in East Portland, Wednesday night, Jan. 29.  She was just a little less than 62 years of age.  She was a pioneer of 1853, and had identified her whole life with the religious and educational history of the northwest.  She was the wife of Rev. H.K. Hines, formerly editor of the Pacific Christian Advocate, and at present a member of the faculty of the theolog-ical department of the Willamette university." DOS Jan 31, 1890 4:2  One source states that deceased to be buried in Lone Fir cemetery temporar-ily and removed to Lee Mission ceme-tery at a later time.  Based on obit of H.K. Hines and Record of Interment #302 which indicates burial June 1902, this obituary must be for Elizabeth J. (Graves) Hines, however, plot map and Record of interment for DS-32 shows only Mrs. H.K. Hines.  Could be either Elizabeth of Celinda.

HINES, Gussie
  Their only child sleeps in Golden-dale, Wa.
  on marker w/Gustavus & Ann Hines

HINES, Gustavus Rev.
  b. 16 Sep 1809
  d. 09 Dec 1873        OLD 180-01
  "Death of Rev. G. Hines--Another pioneer of Methodism on this coast has gone to the better land.  The event has not been unexpected.  For more than two years Bro. Hines has been slowly, but perceptibly, failing in health, waiting calmly, hopefully, trustfully for the final summons home.  On Tuesday morning last, about 11 o'clock, at his residence in Salem, he peacefully breathed his last, aged 64 years.
  Rev. Gustavus HInes entered the Methodist Itinerancy in 1832.  The first circuit he traveled was Franklinville, Genessee Conference, Western New York.  The successive fields of labor assigned him in that Conference, belabored there until the following Spring when he was stationed at Salem.  At Salem he continued his residence for fourteen years, filling acceptably, the most important position as Presiding Elder, and preacher in charge of the various fields of labor to which he was appointed.  It is unnecessary to this connection, perhaps, to mention the particular appointments received.  In August 1869, he was sent by Bishop Kingsley to the Dalles.  In March following, he was called upon to bury his beloved wife who had nobly stood by him during all the forty years of his itinerant life.
  Bro. Hines was re-appointed to the Dalles during the succeeding year.  His labors there were very acceptable and useful.  During this second year at that place he was united in marriage to Miss M. Johnson, a choice  which has ever proved to a wise, judicious and happy one.  Finishing the year at the Dalles, he then removed to Oregon City, where, while laboring with his wonted energy and zeal, he contracted a disease of the lungs from which he never finally recovered.  He was compelled to take a superannuated relation to the Confer-ence, and removing to Salem, spent the rest of his life amid the endearments of his home, writing, reading, and working all that his constantly failing strength would admit.
  Thus lived and died a noble worker for Jesus.  He was a man of uncommon muscular frame, with a voice of great force and compass.  Few men were favored with a more commanding and majestic personal appearance than he.
  The great leading feature in his character, which shone conspicuously at all times was his fervant piety.  His conversation, his prayers, his sermons, were all imbued with his spirit of consecration to the Master's service, and ever added to his useful influence over his fellow beings.
  His unselfishness in worldly inter-ests was worthy of commendation.  His record shows that, although golden opportunities were afforded him of taking up land, and making money, yet he invariably declined all such tempting offers, and ever devoted himself exclusively to the work of neat expositions of the Word of Life will mourn that they can hear his voice no more.  Let all but imitate his unselfish devotion to the cause of Christ, and then they may rejoice in anticipation of meeting him high up among the joyful inhabitants of the skies.
  He leaves a devoted wife and one small daughter, around whom the Christian sympathy and kind offices of the entire Conference will doubtless be extended in this the sad day of their deep bereavement and loss.  Two affectionate brothers, also--Rev. H.K. Hines, in East Oregon and Washington Conference, and Rev. Joseph Hines of the California Conference--are left to mourn the loss of a true and faithful brother. `Blessed are the dead which died in the Lord from henceforth.'" PCA Dec 11, 1873 4:1  Born in Winfield, Herkimer county, New York, September 16, 1809; additional bio per PCA Dec 25, 1873 2:1

HINES, Harvey K.
  b.       1828 NY
  d. 19 Jan 1902    DS-27
  Missionary to Oregon 1853
  Pastor, Presiding Elder, Editor, Teacher
  "The remains of the late Rev. H.K. Hines, D.D., and that of his deceased wife were removed recently from Lone Fir cemetery, Portland, to the Lee Mission cemetery, Salem, and interred in the Diamond Square, where so many of the early missionaries are buried.  A year ago last Decoration Day Dr. Hines visited the graves of his heroic associates, and he talked of the people who are buried there and of the duty of our church to erect a fitting memorial.  It ought to be done.  In the Diamond Square there should be a monument to the men and women who brought Christianity and civilization to this Western shore." PCA Jun 25, 1902 3:2 See obits: Oregonian Jan 20, 1902;  PCA Jan 22, 1902 w/photo; & PCA Jan 29, 1902 5:1 (a tribute); m1. Elizabeth J. Graves 1852; m2. Mrs. Celinda Gillette 02 Jan 1892

HINES, Lydia
  b. 27 Mar 1811 Winfield, NY
  d. 14 Mar 1870        OLD 180-02
  "Mrs. Gustavus Hines died on Tuesday last, at her residence in Salem, as we learn by note from Rev. H.K. Hines, to whom a telegraphic dispatch was sent, announcing the sad intelligence.  Friday (yesterday) was fixed as the day of burial.  One year ago, March 1st, Father Leslie bade adieu to earth; since then Mrs. Parrish, and now Mrs. Hines, both identified with the early missionary history of Oregon are numbered with the pious dead." PCA Mar 19, 1870 d/o Royal Bryant, Esq. & w/o Gustavus Hines
[The following was transcribed from the Pacific Christian Advocate, Vol. XVI. No.. 14, 2 Apr., 1870, by H.J. Peters, third great grandnephew of Gustavus Hines.]  "
Outline of the life of Mrs. Lydia Hines--She was born in Winfield, Herkimer Co., N.Y., March 27th, 1811. She was the daughter of Royal Bryant, Esq., and connected with the large family of Bryants inMassachusetts. Her father and mother were both praying people, and noted in community for their ardent and uniform piety. These traits of character led them to commence the moral and religious training of their children in early infancy, and continue it so long as they remained under the paternal roof. As a result they had the satisfaction of seeing all their children walking in the ways of religion.
   Though often concerned for her spiritual welfare, the subject of this memoir did not receive permanent religious impressions until she arrived to maturity.  She was fully awakened to a sense of her spiritual destitution in 1828 under the labors of Rev. Ephraim Hall, of precious memory; and after passing through a most severe struggle in breaking away from the gay world, at the shrine of whose pleasures she had been an ardent devotee, in September of that year, she bowed before the family altar at which her father and mother were knelt, and besought them to pray for her.
   The prayer of faith at once ascended to the throne, and while in the fullness of her agonizing heart she was repeating the words of Dr. Watts:   “Here, Lord, I give myself away, ‘Tis all that I can do,”  the precious answer came, and peace and joy filled her soul. From this it will be seen that her conversion was remarkably clear, and knowing from this bright experience that Christ hath power on earth to forgive sins, she at once became an ardent laborer in the Lord’s vineyard. She immediately united with theM.E. Church, to the communion of which she was soon followed by her parents, who for many years had been devoted members of theBaptist Church; and also by all her brothers and sisters who had arrived to adult years. She was married in the church at West Winfield, Oct. 17th, 1830, by Rev. Calvin Hawley, to Gustavus Hines, then a private member of the church. In the following winter, by sleigh, through accumulating snows, they removed westward to the distance of 250 miles, and settled in the woods of Cattaraugus Co., Ellicottsville township. Here her surroundings for two years were indeed of a very humble though honorable character. The log cabin, rough on the exterior, but ornamented within by love and industry, in connection with the furniture of the shoe-bench, and pressboard of the tailoress—a small clearing in the forest, where beech, maple, linn, oak and hickory stumps gave evidence that the axman had commenced the process of opening a farm; these and such like characteristics of a wilderness country just beginning to yield to an advancing civilization, marked the scenery in the midst of which she and her youthful companion found themselves in the summer of 1832. In October of this year her husband received his first license to preach the gospel, and was appointed by his presiding elder to travel the circuit on which they were living; and by this strange providence she very unexpectedly found cast upon her the responsibilities incident to the life of a Methodist itinerant preacher’s companion. In all her calculations for the future, she had made no reckoning for this; and for a while it was a source of the severest trial. Itinerating as a Methodist minister’s wife, was to her synonymous not only with crushing responsibilities, but with want, destitution, mendicancy. The prospect appalled her, and she recoiled in its contemplation. By a few months, however, of mingling with people, during which she contributed largely to the promotion of an extensive revival, she became convinced that the call of the Church was indeed the call of God: and accordingly yielded the controversy and prepared herself as best she could to become a co-laborer in the gospel field.
         In this capacity, the following are the outlines of her travels. Beginning with the Franklinville circuit, Genesee Conference, in Western New York, the next field of labor was the old Ridgeway circuit, 100 miles northward; the next Pekin, Erie Co., embracing Niagara Falls; from thence to Otto, Cattaraugus Co.; and then in the following year to Lodi, and the next to Pike village in Wyoming Co. On each of these fields of labor there were extensive revivals, in each of which she took an active and very efficient part. During her seven years residence on these fields of labor she witnessed the conversion of about 600 souls, and in counsel, exhortation, and altar work, was perhaps the most successful laborer employed. Besides this, possessing the rare faculty of adapting herself to circumstances, she was remarkably popular with all classes of people among whom she was called to move. Early in the spring of 1839 she was called upon to endure perhaps the most severe trial of her life; the severing of all ties that bound her to the land of her nativity, the committal of herself to the treacherous storms of ocean, and in connection with others, to seek, as a missionary, a far distant home on the then almost unknown shores of the great Pacific.
          A few months were employed in visiting her friends and bidding them what she then supposed her last adieu. This accomplished, with her husband, she then repaired toNew York city, and the evening of Oct. 9th, 1839 found her for the first time on the deck of a ship. Nearly eight months of ocean life, during which she was permitted to look in upon Brazil, Chili, and the Sandwich Islands, acquainted her with the lights and shadows of a sea voyage in a crowded vessel, of 2,200 [must have been more – perhaps 22,000?] miles. June 1st, 1840 found her atVancouver, and exchanging the shipLausanne for a Chinook canoe, by which craft the waters ofOregon were then navigated, she arrived on the 15th of the same month at the old Mission stand, situated ten miles below the present city ofSalem. Early in the spring of 1841 it was her lot to occupy a small shanty located near what is called the “old parsonage” in said city, and thus she had the honor of being the first white woman that lived in the original precincts of the present Capital of the State ofOregon. Thrown as she was into the midst of savages, and often witnessing evidences of their hostile dispositions, and hearing of their murderous designs, she entertained at times great fear that she and her family would yet fall victims to savage fury—and the more so as she now had under her protection a young and helpless sister. One day, at the dusk of evening, in the fall of the year, while the neighborhood was agitated by rumors of Indian outbreaks, there appeared immediately in front of the parsonage 12 mounted savages of the Molalla tribe, painted and accoutred in the most hideous and frightful manner, and rushing up into the very dooryard, all dismounted, giving evidence at the same time that their visit was not friendly. Mr. H. went out to meet them, and approaching the one who appeared to be their leader, offered him his hand in token of friendship. He refuse the proffered signal, and immediately the whole band set up a horrid laugh. This demonstration of hostility so alarmed Mrs. Hines that she resolved to take her little sister, and if possible, effect her escape to a house on the north side of Mill Creek, nowNorth Salem, occupied by the families of Messrs. L. H. Judson and James Olley, the only house within many miles. She took a circuitous route for a distance down the little stream running in the rear of the parsonage, so as to keep from the sight of the Indians as long as possible. Sometimes leading little Julia by the hand and at others lifting her in her arms, she struck across the prairie northward, struggling through the tall grass with her precious burden, while expecting every moment to be pursued and feel the violent hand of a savage laid upon her. On reaching the creek, not daring to extend her flight to a foot bridge a short distance below, she dashed straight through the current, bearing her sister in her arms. Not being pursued, she gained the house in safety, and collecting all the adult persons belonging to the families, she returned with them through the darkness to look after the fate of her husband. The savages had in the meantime encamped in [the] rear of the parsonage, where they remained quietly for a few hours, and then before daylight decamped, bearing with them as booty some provisions and a valuable horse, the property of Mr. H. Here was the scene of Mrs. Hines’ cares and labors to Dec. 1843. In the spring of 1842, by the death of Mrs. Jason Lee, their infant daughter, but three weeks old, was taken by Mrs. Hines from the bed where its mother, just deceased, still reposed, and conveyed to her own home. This was the providence which resulted subsequently, when Mr. Lee was on his dying bed, in his full commitment of this beloved daughter to her sole guardianship and training during the period of her minority.          For reasons which need not be inserted in this sketch, Mr. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Hines and family, leftOregon in Feb. 1844, intending to proceed to the Eastern States. But on arriving atHonolulu it was found that there was no vessel which would sail for any of the Atlantic ports for several months. It was however ascertained that a small Hawaiian schooner about to sail for San Blas, on the coast ofMexico, would take one person on board. And Mr. Lee being exceedingly anxious to proceed, took passage in hope of being able in some way to get fromMexico toNew York: while Mr. Hines and family, including Mr. Lee’s daughter, decided to return toOregon. It was here, on theIsland ofOahu, in the midst of the solitudes of the great Pacific, and after the little company had spent a whole night in prayerful solicitude, without any prospect of ever meeting again this side of Heaven, that Mrs. Hines received more fully the important charge committed to her by Mr. Lee. It was on the 28th of Feb., 1844, that with flowing tears and words of tenderest sympathy and love Mrs. Hines received the daughter from the arms of the weeping father, and made a solemn pledge before Heaven, that all a mother could do for a daughter she would do, God being her helper, for the motherless child that then in her heart of hearts she adopted as her own. Mr. Lee never saw his child again, and she was never separated from that second mother until a few days since, when that mother took her flight to Heaven.
          According to arrangement Mrs. Hines with her family returned again toOregon, and arrived atOregon City the last of April. Residing there for the best part of two years, she was remarkably active in Church interests, but especially in searching out the destitute among the emigrants who crossed the plains, and in affording the needed relief. During the years 1844-5, in company with her husband, she visited every portion ofOregon then occupied by whites, for Missionary purposes, traveling on horseback and in canoes.
          In September 1845, for reasons that need not be here appended, it became the duty of Mrs. Hines to leaveOregon again and return to the States. Accordingly, she with Mr. H. and their two adopted daughters bade a second adieu to the wooded mountains ofOregon, and on the Brig Chenamus performed another voyage to theSandwich Islands, where they arrived on the 15th of October. This was her third visit to theseIslands, where in all she spent upwards of three months.Providence so ordered that from the Islands, she had the opportunity of crossing the Pacific Ocean to the coast ofChina and of spending upwards of two months among the Celestials atHong Kong, Macao, andCanton. From thence, in the good ship Leeland, the Chinese andJava Seas were traversed, the Straits of Sunday penetrated, the Indian Ocean crossed, the Cape of Good Hope doubled, the Atlantic Ocean again traced, and on the 5th of May the missionary family arrived in safety atNew York city.
          The following September found the subject of this memoir a resident in the town of Victor, Ontario Co., to which her husband had been appointed, who during all these years had retained his connection with the Genesee Conference. Her travels for the next eight years may be summed up in few words. They were removed from Victor to thevillage ofPike, thence toCovington, thence toLancaster, and last to Spencer’s Basin [later known as Spencerport]. Her uniform character during these years was that of a faithful, devoted, useful, Methodist preacher’s wife. While residing in the latter place, in 1853 [should be 1852 – Gustavus’ transfer was published in the paper in Dec. 1852], very unexpectedly to her husband she informed hin that she would be glad to return again to thePacific Coast, and there spend the remainder of her days. Sympathizing in this feeling, Mr. Hines asked of Bishop Waugh and obtained a transfer to the Oregon Conference, with the privilege of returning to the country by way of the Plains. The journey across the Plains, which was performed the same year [actually next year, 1853], was one of great interest to Mrs. Hines though attended with great toil and exposure. It was also marked by many thrilling incidents, all but one of which must here be passed over. The company to which she belonged were nooning onBurnt River where the grass and herbage were exceedingly dry. While she was engaged in preparing dinner, the sun shining brightly on the earth, she did not observe that the fire was running under her feet. Her dress, which was of cotton, took fire and she almost instantly became enveloped in flames. Some one exclaimed “Mrs. Hines will burn up.” Mr. Hines hearing this and looking up saw that not an instant was to be lost; and, springing at once to the rescue, seized the burning dress with both hands, and with one effort tore the entire garment from her person, and casting it upon the ground, in one moment it was reduced to ashes. She has always believed that she was thus saved from the terrible fate of being burned to death. Their first place of residence after reachingOregon in October, 1853 was on theVancouver circuit; and in the spring of 1854 by virtue of the appointment of Mr. H. toSalem she became a resident of that city. On this year she received a third orphan [this was Marie Smith] into her family and into her heart: and in her education and training she ever manifested the care, solicitude and affection of a most devoted mother. Here, for fourteen years she has had a settled home, though from time to time she has extended her travels to various parts of the State andWashington Territory. Wherever she has been she has not failed to leave the impression of her many excellencies upon all who understood her character. In this home she closed her highly useful and eventful life in great peace, March 14th, 1870. Though her last sufferings were great, and protracted, her patience, her faith, her hope were strong and unwavering. Her joy in the Lord at times was triumphant. “All is peace;” “All is bright;” “Praise the Lord” were some of her last expressions. The dying hour of the Christian! ‘Tis the most solemn, yet it is the most sublime, the most glorious hour of their lives.   N. Rounds  [The Rev. Nelson Rounds, D.D. was a first cousin of Gustavus. Nelson’s father, Alfred Round, was a younger brother of Gustavus’ mother, Betsey Round. Different generations of the family varied in their spelling of the surname with or without the terminal “s.”]


HINES, Obediah
  b. 01 Aug 1805
 d.  26 Aug 1853
Monument only.
Obediah Hines was drowned on the Snake River.

HINGES, Hallie Parrish
  b. 30 Jan 1868
  d. 25 Jan 1950        DS-18
  "Final Rites for Mrs. Hinges Slated Friday at 2 O'Clock--Final rites for Mrs. Hallie Parrish Hinges, beloved Salem singer who died here Wednesday, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. from the Virgil T. Golden chapel.
  The Rev. George H. Swift will officiate with concluding services in Jason Lee cemetery.
  The deceased was born in Salem Jan. 30, 1868, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman O. Parrish, Oregon Pioneers.
  Her grandfather, J.L. Parrish, Methodist missionary, came around Cape Horn to Oregon on the Laussanne.
  As a youngster less than 6 years old, Mrs. Hinges made her first public singing appearance at the First Methodist church here.  Her song was `There is a Happy Land, Far, Far Away.'
  While still a young girl, she studied music under Prof. Z.M. Parvin, dean of music at Willamette university and was graduated from the Willamette Conservatory when she was 18 years old.  She studied an additional year in New York.
  Among her famous early appearances were in roles as soloist in Haydn's `Creation' and Handel's `Messiah'.
  She was married in 1894 to Dr. Charles H. Hinges, who since has died.
  For 13 years she was soloist at the state fair with the Cherry City band, directed by H.N. Stoudenmyer.  For four summer seasons she appeared at the city band concerts.
  At the first lighting of the Cherrians Christmas tree in 1913 she sang `Holy Night' with Mary Schultz, violinist, and Prof. Frank Churchill.
  She sang at several churches in both Salem and Portland.
  Mrs. Hinges was the mother of two children, Karl Hinges, who died in 1941, and Mrs. George W. Nelson, who survives in Salem.
  Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. E.M. Cox, Seattle; four grandchildren, Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson Adams, Portland; George Nelson, jr., Klamath Falls; Jack Nelson, Salem; and Lt. Norman P. Hinges, serving with the U.S. army in the Canal Zone; and two great-grand-children, Susann and Michele Nelson, both of Klamath Falls." OS Jan 26, 1950 6:6 See: OS Dec 1, 1920 3:5 for notice of divorce from Durdall and restoration of name Hinges.

HINTZ, Albert
  b.
 d.  28 Jul 1979        RA-43-03


HINTZ, Louise
  b.             1914
  d. 23 Apr 1950  Salem, Oregon      C-46-02-16
  Interment Record #1689
"Luise Hintz, late resident of 1807 Broadway st., in this city, April 23, at the age of 36 years.  Survived by a son, Albert Hintz, Salem.  Services will be held Tuesday, April 25, at 1:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with Dr. Louise Kirby officiating.  Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Apr 25, 1950 5:1

HINZ, Augusta Louise
  b.       1861
  d. 02 Jun 1943    OLD 231-08
  on marker w/Robert C. Hinz
  "Mrs. Augusta Louise Hinz at her home, 1668 Center street, Wednesday, June 2, at the age of 81.  Wife of Robert C. Hinz, sr., of Salem; mother of Mrs. Minnie Aufderheide, Mrs. Annie Bond, Mrs. Marie Blundell, William Hinz and Robert C. Hinz, jr., all of Salem, and Mrs. Rose Sumner of Port-land.  Also survived by 20 grandchild-ren and 12 great grandchildren.  Ser-vices from the Clough-Barrick chapel Saturday, June 5, at 2 p.m., Rev. Gross officiating.  Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 4, 1943 5:1

HINZ, Irene Bertha
  b. 13 Sep 1921
  d. 01 Oct 1921        D-12-02-07
  "Hinz--Irene Bertha Hinz, the 18 day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz of 1410 C street, died Saturday at the home of her parents.  Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home and will be conducted by the Rev. H.W. Gross.  Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 2, 1921 5:2

HINZ, Minnie
  See: AUFDERHEIDE, Minnie


HINZ, Robert C.
  b.       1859
  d. 14 Mar 1951    OLD 231-09
  on marker w/Augusta L. Hinz
  "Robert C. Hinz, late resident of Salem route 6, March 14, at the age of 92.  Survived by daughters, Mrs. Annie Bond and Mrs. Marie Blundell, both of Salem, Mrs. Rose Sumner, Portland; sons, William Hinz, Salem, and Robert Hinz, jr., Portland; also 20 grand-children.  Services will be held at 1:30 p.m., Friday, March 16, at Clough-Barrick chapel with the Rev. H.W. Gross officiating.  Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 15, 1951 10:8

HINZ, Wilhelmine
  b. 22 Oct 1822
  d. 18 Sep 1915        D-13-01-05
  Mother-Gone but not forgotten
  "Hinz--At the home of her son, 486 North Fourteenth street, Salem, Oregon, September 18, 1915, Wilhelmina Hinz, aged 92.
  She is survived by a daughter Mrs. E. Hoffman, near Salem; a son, Robert of this city and also a son in Germany.  The funeral will leave the home at 2 p.m. Monday, thence to the German Lutheran church, Statesman street, where the Rev. Mr. Gross will officiate.  Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 19, 1915 5:6  born Germany; d/o G. Friday; widow; cause of death was pneumonia per D/C #5184

HIPE, Frank P.
  b.
  d. 19 Apr 1957        C-45-02-03
  "Late resident of Rt. 3, Box 714, Salem, in the city April 19, at the age of 78 years.  Services will be held Wednesday, April 24th at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co., with concluding services at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 24, 1957 21:3

HISLOP, James
  b.
  d. 03 Feb 1905        N/A
  single; 67yrs old; b. VT; died at O.S.I.A. from senile exhaustion; former resident of Portland per D/C #410

HOAGLAND, Clarence Bowen
  b. 28 Apr 1910
  d. 06 Jan 1995        RA-20-02
  "Clarence Bowen Hoagland, 84, of Salem died Friday.
  He was born in Alexandria, Minn., and moved from North Dakota to Bend in 1942.  He worked for Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co. in Bend for 30 years.  He moved to Salem in 1972 and managed the Garden Oaks Apartments for 15 years.  He enjoyed visiting with his tenants.
  He married Hazel Cline in 1935 in Breckenridge, Minn.
  Survivors include his wife; sons, Ronald of Brooks and Donald of Beaver-ton; six grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
  Visiting hours will be from 3 to 8 p.m. today, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary.  Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Lee Mission Ceme-tery." SJ Jan 9, 1995 4B:2 w/photo

HOAGLAND, Hazel
  b.
 d. 14 Jun 1998    RA-20-01


HOCKING, Emma
  b. 22 May 1857
  d. 16 Jul 1928        OLD 162-07
  "Mrs. Emma Hocking died at her residence, 1020 North Cottage, on July 16 at the age of 71 years.  She was the widow of the late Rev. Richard Hocking.  Survived by one daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Senter of Marshfield.  Fun-eral services will be held Wednesday, July 18, from the Jason Lee church, Rev. Acheson officiating.  Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery.  Arrangements are in charge of Clough Huston company." OS Jul 17, 1928 7:6

HOCKING, Richard Rev.
  b. 24 Apr 1859
  d. 11 Apr 1925        OLD 162-08
  "Retired  Pastor Called By Death--Funeral Services for Rev. Richard Hocking Will Be Held Monday--Rev. Richard Hocking, 66, retired Methodist minister, died at his home at 1020 Cottage about 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning following an illness of nearly two months.  Funeral services will be held from the Jason Lee Methodist church at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon with interment in the Lee Mission cemetery.  Rev. Mr. Acheson will have charge, assisted by other Methodist ministers of the city.
  Rev. Mr. Hocking entered the min-istry in Dakota in 1888, later having charges in California and Nevada.  He became affiliated with the Oregon con-ference in 1910 and occupied pulpits at Jefferson, Stayton, Junction City, Gardner, Yoncalla and Marquam.  He retired from active service in 1922." OS Apr 12, 1925 1:2

HOELLER, Margaret M.
  b. 01 Apr 1916
  d. 19 Jun 1991        RA-01-21
  "Services for Margaret Hoeller, 75, of Salem, who died Wednesday, will begin at 6 p.m. Monday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.  Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
  She was born in Tacoma, Wash., and graduated from Seattle University.  She married Harry V. Hoeller on Sept. 18, 1946, in Seattle.  He died in 1985.
  She moved to Salem from Seattle in 1954.  She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church.
  Survivors include her daughters, Mary Harwood and Melissa Jacobson, both of Salem; son, Hank of Wiesbaden, Germany; and two grandchildren.
  Contributions may be made to the Humane Society of the Willamette Valley." SJ Jun 21, 1991

HOFER, Charlotte Ruth
  b.    Jun 1894
  d. 21 Aug 1895        REMOVED
  "Hofer--At the family home on the northwest corner of Chemeketa and 20th streets, Salem, at 9 p.m. Wednesday, August 21, 1895, Charlotte Ruth, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Hofer, aged 14 months.
  The funeral of the little one was held at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and the remains laid at rest in Lee Mission cemetery.
  Her demise was very sudden and unexpected and came during a severe fit of coughing superinduced by an attack of whooping cough through which herself and other members of the family have been passing." DOS Aug 23, 1895 4:4

HOFFMAN, Carl Frederick
  b. 17 Aug 1897
  d. 19 Mar 1980    RA-27-02
  on marker w/Meta A. Hoffman
  "Carl Frederick Hoffman, 82, 1045 18th St. NE, died Wednesday at a relative's home in Siletz.
  He was born in Wanda, Minn.  He moved to Salem in 1911.  He worked as a carpenter for Otto Meyer Co.
  Survivors include wife, Meta; sons, Wallace, Salem, Richard, Silverton, Gary, Toldeo, and Arlyn, Siletz; sisters, Ida Spencer, Orange, Calif., Mary Battieger, Hermosa Beach, Calif., and Clara Soos, Salem; 15 grandchild-ren; and three great-grandchildren.
  Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Satur-day at St. John Lutheran Church.  Interment will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery, under the direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.
  The family suggests contributions to the Lutheran Hour, care of St. John Lutheran Church, Court and 14th streets NE, Salem 97301." SJ Mar 21, 1980 1C:2

HOFFMAN, Elwina
  b.       1868
  d. 28 Sep 1947      A-26-01-07
  "Elwina Hoffman, late resident of route 6, Salem, at a local hospital, September 28, at the age of 79 years.  Survived by six daughters, Mrs. Adele Peper and Mrs. Clara Soos, both of Salem, Mrs. Emma Gene Miller of Forest Grove, Mrs. Ida Labahn of Orange, Calif., Mrs. Mary Elkins of Santa Ana, Calif., and Mrs. Dorothy Haskett of Selah, Wash.; two sons, Carl and Theodore Hoffman, both of Salem; a brother, Robert Hinz of Salem; 15 grandchildren, and two great grand-children.  Services will be held at the Howell-Edwards chapel Wednesday, October 1, at 10 a.m. with Rev. H.W. Gross officiating. Concluding services at the Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Sep 30, 1947 11:7

HOFFMAN, Emil
  b. 25 Mar 1860
  d. 16 Jul 1936      A-26-01-08
  "Emil Hoffman, 76 years, at the residence, RFD 6, July 16.  Survived by widow, Elwina; two sons, Theodore and Carl, both of Salem; six daugh-ters, Mrs. Carl Soos, Mrs. George Peper, both of Salem, Mrs. Delbert Elkins of McCloud, Calif., Mrs. William Labahn of Orange, Calif., Mrs. Jack Miller of Bakersfield, Calif., Mrs. William Dwyer of Seattle; a brother, William Hoffman of Oaatonna, Wis., two sisters, Mrs. Mary Fisher and Mrs. Emma Bruss of Goodthunder, Minn.  Fourteen grandchildren also survive.  Funeral services at Salem Mortuary, 545 North Capital, 2:30, Saturday, July 28.  Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 17, 1936 7:1  s/o John & Johanna Hoffman per D/C #637

HOFFMAN, Harlan Ray Walt
  b. 08 Feb 1899
  d. 06 Nov 1918        A-38-02-07
  "At the Willamette sanitorium, Wednesday evening, Nov. 6, 1918, Harlan Hoffman, at the age of 19 years.
  He was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Hoffman living a few miles east of the city.  He was a graduate of the Salem High school.  This year he entered Willamette university and had been inducted into the army as a member of the students army training corps.  About two weeks ago he contracted a slight cold which developed into influenza and pneumonia.
  The funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Rigdon chapel and will be conducted by the Rev. Leland Porter of the First Christian church.  Burial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery."  CJ Nov 7, 1918 8:6

HOFFMAN, Henry Brady
  b. 07 Sep 1856
  d. 30 Nov 1919        A-38-02-06
  "Henry Brady Hoffman Dead, Funeral Today--Henry Brady Hoffman, 63 years old, died at a local hospital Sunday night after a brief illness.  The funeral will be held this afternoon from the Rigdon chapel.  Rev. G.F. Holt of the First Baptist church will conduct the services and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary J. Hoffman.  His only son, Harlan Hoffman, died in Salem about a year ago following an  influenza." OS Dec 2, 1919 5:7 s/o Jonas & Catherine (Hartman) Hoffman per D/C #663

HOFFMAN, J. Louis
  b.       1848
  d. 22 Aug 1914      D-03-01-07
  on marker w/Johana Hoffman
  "Hoffman--At 1716 Fourteenth street, August 22, 1914, J. Louis Hoffman, aged 66 years.
  Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the German Lutheran church.  Rev. H.W. Gross officiated.  The burial took place in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 25, 1914 5:5

HOFFMAN, Johana
  b. 27 Jul 1855
  d. 19 Mar 1924    D-03-01-08
  on marker w/Louis Hoffman
  widow of Louis Hoffman; d/o Teske; died at 653 Nehalem St., Portland, OR per Multnomah Co D/C #751

HOFFMAN, Linda
  b.
 d. 30 Jul 1999    RA-21-04B


HOFFMAN, Mary Jane
  b. 21 Nov 1860
  d. 25 Feb 1922        A-38-02-08
  "At the Deaconess hospital in Salem, Or., February 25, 1922, at the age of 61 years, Mrs. Mary J. Hoffman passed from this life.
  She was born in Fulton county, Ill., November 21, 1860.  She grew to woman-hood at her father's old home near Canton, Ill.  Her father, John Rawalt, was a soldier in the Civil war and died on his way home at the close of the struggle.
  On January 22, 1890, the subject of this brief obituary sketch was married to Henry B. Hoffman at Canton, Ill.  Two children were born to them.  The oldest dying in infancy.  Harlan R. Hoffman, the second son, died November 6, 1918, of pneumonia following influenza.
  Mrs. Hoffman was a kind wife and mother and longed very much to go to her loved ones in the higher life.
  She was a member of the New Christ-ian church.  The Rev. William Reece of the New Christian church of Portland conducted the funeral service.
  She leaves two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Ida S. Baker of Salem, Mrs. Lizzie A. Harter and Henry A. Rawalt of Rockford, Iowa; also many friends in Salem and vicinity.
  She was laid to rest in Lee Mission cemetery beside her husband and son." OS Mar 3, 1922 5:6 d/o John & Harriet M. (Nicholson) Rawalt per D/C #154

HOFFMAN, Meta A.
  b.      1910
  d.       2003          RA-27-01
  on marker w/Carl F. Hoffman

 


HOFFMAN, Wallace Emil
  b. 20 Jul 1931
  d. 18 May 1987        RA-04-04
  SFC  US Army Korea
  "Toledo--Wallace Emil Hoffman, 56, of Toledo, died Monday.
  He was born in Salem and came to Toledo 2 1/2 years ago. He worked the past six years as a maintenance man at the State of Oregon print shop in Salem.  He served in the Army during the Korean War and was a member of St. Mark Lutheran Church, Toledo.
  Survivors include his mother, Meta Hoffman, Toledo; son, James, Salem; daughters, Sandra Hoffman and Tracee Hoffman, both of Salem; and brothers Richard, Jefferson, Arnold, Scappoose, Gary, Toledo, and Arlyn, Siletz.
  Services will be at 3 p.m. today at Bateman mortuary, Newport.  Interment will be in the Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem."  SJ May 21, 1987 2B:3

HOLDUN, James
 b.
 d. Reserved            
RC-33-07

HOLDUN, Karla Jo
  b. 19 Jun 1960
  d. 27 Oct 2005        
RC-33-08
SALEM - Karla Holdun, beloved spouse of Jim; beloved mother of Britta and Andrew; beloved daughter of Pat and Duane; beloved sister of Lori, Lisa, and Debbie; beloved aunt to Sara, Kayla, Mckenna, Hailie, Megan, Mathew, and Nick; beloved by all her extended family; beloved teacher and friend to so many -- passed away at home following a long, hard-fought war against breast cancer -- battling to the very end.
      She fought her disease with incredible courage and dignity that inspired everyone who knew her during this time. Cancer could not tame her irrepressible spirit, her joy of working at Aumsville Elementary School, or the love she showered on her family and friends, and the children she taught and counseled. The beautiful person she was always shined through despite the ravages that the cancer inflicted upon her body.
     Karla was born on Father’s Day, June 19, 1960 in Portland, Ore., to Pat and Duane Gemaehlich. She attended La Grande High School, received a degree in education from the University of Oregon, and after teaching at Terrebonne Elementary in Central Oregon and Aumsville Elementary in the Willamette Valley, earned a Master’s in Counseling from Lewis and Clark College.
     Karla was active in the fight against breast cancer, organizing the Celebrate the Moment team to raise funds for the annual Susan B. Koman Race for the Cure. She enjoyed jazzercise, walking with friends, and trips to the beach. But the focus of her life was her family and the children and staff of the schools she taught and counseled in.
She will be deeply missed and long remembered by everyone who was fortunate enough to know her.
     Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 3 at Barrick Funeral Home, who is handling the arrangements. A private graveside service will be held Fri., Nov. 4, at Lee Mission Cemetery. A celebration of life will take place at 11 a.m., Sat., Nov. 5, at Cascade High School, Turner, Ore. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Karla Holdun Aumsville Elementary School Memorial Fund c/o Kim Davis at Aumsville Elementary School, the Susan B. Koman Foundation, or a charity of choice.

HOLLADAY, Edgar C.
  b.       1866
  d. 07 Mar 1944      A-27-03-06
  on marker w/Zula Mae Holladay
  "Holladay--Edgar C. Holladay, 77, late resident of 144 Lansing avenue, at a local hospital March 7.  Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mae Estelle Lowe of Albany, Miss Lyn Margaret Holladay of Salem; five sons, Rev. John Scott Holladay in the government diplomatic service, Paul Cranston Holladay of Alaska, Forrest Edgar Holladay of Portland, Robert Norton Holladay of Long Beach, Calif., and Samuel Preston Holladay of Wilmington, Calif; one brother, Samuel Morton Holladay of Long Beach, Calif; and a sister, Mrs. Dora Holladay Surber of Indianola, Iowa.  Also survived by nine grandchildren.  A retired Metho-dist minister and a member of the First Methodist church.  Services will be held Saturday at 1:30 in the Ed-wards-Terwilliger chapel. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery, Dr. J.C. Harri-son officiating."  OS Mar 9, 1944 5:1

HOLLADAY, Zula Mae Preston
  b.       1873
  d. 18 Apr 1928      A-27-03-05
  on marker w/Edgar C. Holladay
  "Mrs. Holliday Dies--Mrs. Edgar Holliday passed away at Albany yester-day at the home of her daughter.  Fun-eral services will be held from the First Methodist church of Salem at 2 p.m. today.  Interment will be in Jason Lee cemetery.  Rev. F.C. Taylor of the local church will officiate." OS Apr 19, 1928 5:3

HOLLENBECK, Ben
  b.
  d. 18 Jul 1957        C-44-06-14
  "In this city July 18th.  Late resident of 650 Locust St., Salem.  Services will be held Monday, July 22nd at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co.  Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jul 20, 1957 5:3

HOLM, Ernest
  b.        1888
  d. 28 Feb 1913        D-13-03-07
  single; s/o Fred & Johannah (Southerlin) Holm; died of senility at the Feeble Minded Hospital, Salem, OR per D/C #1362

HOLMAN, Mary Baker
  b. 06 Nov 1850
  d. 01 Feb 1903        OLD 185-07
  "Daughter of J.A. Baker--Mrs. Mary E. Holman, a former resident of this city, died at her home in Seattle, Washington, on Sunday morning, Feb-ruary 1, 1903, at 1 o'clock of apoplexy.
  Deceased was a daughter of John A. Baker, of this city, and resided in Portland for many years before going to Seattle.  She was born and spent her childhood days in Salem and is well known in this city.  Besides her aged father, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. B.F. Bonham, of Salem, and Mrs. L.N. Roney, of Eugene, and three brothers, Owen C. Baker, of Salem; Orville J. Baker, of Boise City, Idaho, and Harley C. Baker, of Sumpter, Oregon.  She leaves, also, four children, two sons and two daughters, grown to man and womanhood.
  The funeral services will be held at the home of her father, John Baker, on the Garden Road, at 2:30 o'clock today, after which the remains will be laid to rest in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 3, 1903 4:5

HOLMES, Clifford
  b.    Mar 1892
  d. 17 Aug 1892        N/A
  "Holmes--At the orphan's home, Wednesday, August 17, 1892, from cholera infantum, Clifford Holmes, aged 5 months.
  Deceased was buried in Lee Mission cemetery yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock." DOS Aug 9, 1892 4:5

HOMAN, Ruth C.
  b. 05 Apr 1907
  d. 17 Aug 1908        A-34-04-05
  "Little Daughter of President Homan The Latest Victim of Open Mill Race--Sixteen-Months-Old Baby of the New President of Willamette University Falls Through Grandstand on the University Grounds and is Drowned--Father Absent in Idaho and Mother Confined to Her Bed-Body is Recovered by Oregon Electric Employees at High Street--Little Ruth Homan, the 16-months-old daughter of President Fletcher Homan, of the Willamette university, is the fifth and last victim of the cold, swift and absolutely unprotected waters of south mill race and another otherwise happy household is plunged into the depths of grief thereby.
  The saddest part of it all is that the father, Rev. Homan, is away from home, attending the Methodist confer-ence at Payette, Idaho, and the mother was confined to her bed with a ten days old baby in arms when the heart rending news of the tragic death of her child was broken to her.  Rev. Homan was reached by telegraph yester-day afternoon and he wired back that he would come home on the first train, and he will probably arrive this afternoon when funeral arrangements will be completed and announced.
  Little or nothing is known of how the little tot happened to fall into the race.  She was playing with her little brother and other children up on the baseball grounds of the univer-sity yesterday morning and was not missed for some time and it is supposed that she climbed into the grandstand, and fell through the large aperatures between the seats.  The body was discovered floating, feet upwards, down the mill race, near High street, by George Lewis, operator for the oregon Electric railway.  He was just in time to grasp the clothing of the child when the switching crew of the Southern Pacific arrived upon the scene and assisted in getting the body out.  Among those who helped to get the body out were Joe McCann, Guy Simmons and D.G. Sherman.
  Drs. Robertson and Morse were immediately notified of the occurrence and Dr. Robertson hastened to the scene but all efforts to resuscitate the drowned child were unavailing and Dr. Robertson stated that she had been dead at least 40 minutes.  The child had not been missed by her playmates for several minutes when they reported the fact to the invalid mother and an organized search was at once instituted but no trace of the child could be found until the news of the finding of the body was communicated to the distracted mother.
  Dr. G.V. Ellis, who has been in attendance upon Mrs. Homan during her recent illness, was telephoned to as soon as the loss of the child was discovered.  The shock of course completely unnerved her and she was considered in serious condition for a short time.  As soon as he could get away Dr. Ellis hurried to the tele-graph office to get in communication with Dr. Homan.
  President Homan succeeded President J.H. Coleman to the head of Willamette university about three months ago, and, having been unable to find a suitable house to rent, occupied apartments in the Ladies' hall of the university temporarily.  Beside the drowned child, which was exceptionally bright and strong for her age, Rev. and Mrs. Homan have four other child-ren, three sons, aged 17, 15, and 10 respectively, and an infant daughter of about ten days.
  This makes about the fifth victim of the cruel waters of the south mill race within the past few years and the residents of the contiguous territory through which it passes threaten to rise up in righteous indignation against the nuisance and will organize a campaign to have the ditch covered from the eastern boundaries to the city limits to High street, the end of the danger zone.  Among the little tots who have been sacrificed at this alter of carelessness and negligence are the little son of the late R.S. Wallace, the son of W.T. Rigdon and the son of the late Dr. A.A. Jessup." DOS Aug 18, 1908 1:1-3

HOMYER, Charles
  b. 19 Jan 1843
  d. 12 Sep 1906    D-05-04-07
  on marker w/Fredreeka Homyer
  "Remains of Late Charles Homyer to Be Buried in Lee Mission Cemetery--The funeral of the late Charles Homyer, who died Wednesday, September 12, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the German Evangelical church, corner of Liberty and Center streets, and the remains will be laid to rest in the Lee Mission cemetery.  Rev. John J. Hoffman of the German Evangelical church will conduct the ceremonies.  All are invited.
  Deceased was born in Germany January 19, 1843.  At the age of six years, he moved with his parents to America, who settled in Illinois.
  He was united in marriage to Miss Fredericka Steukenburg.  With his wife he moved to Iowa, and from there to Oregon, taking up his residence in Salem.
  There were seven children born to Mr. and Mrs. Homyer, of whom August and Charles and Mrs. Anna Hockspier live in Alta Vista, Iowa; Henry G., at Jefferson, Ore.; Miss Reeka and Conrad of this city.  His wife survives him.
  Mr. Homyer was a noble and industri-ous man, honored by those with whom he came in contact, and loved by all intimate with him.
  At the time of his death Mr. Homyer was living on Yew street, Highland addition, one block north of the Friends church." OS Sep 16, 1906 4:3

HOMYER, Clara L.
  b.       1882
  d. 27 Mar 1962      D-07-02-04
  "Mrs. Clara Lansing Homyer, Salem native and a resident here until 20 years ago, died Tuesday at her home in Portland at the age of 80.
  She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Arnold Motz and two sisters, Mrs. W.C. Griggs and Mrs. C.A. Wilson, all of Portland.  She was the widow of Conrad F. Homyer, who died here about 30 years ago.
  Services will be 10 a.m. Friday in Ross Hollywood Mortuary, Portland.  Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery here." OS Mar 29, 1962 I:7:5

HOMYER, Conrad F.
  b. 19 Feb 1875
  d. 01 Nov 1937      D-07-02-03
  "At the residence, November 1, Conrad F. Homyer of 679 Breys avenue, husband of Clara Homyer and father of La Verne Homyer of Salem.  Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon company chapel Thursday, Nov-ember 4, at 3 p.m.  Committal services Jason Lee cemetery, Dr. James E. Mil-ligan officiating." OS Nov 4, 1937 5:1
b. Appleton, IA; s/o Charles F. & Fredericka (Stutenberg) Homyer; jan-itor at State House, State of Oregon per D/C 968

HOMYER, Fredreeka
  b.    Aug 1842
  d. 08 Mar 1912    D-05-04-06
  his wife
  on marker w/Charles Homyer
  "Homeyer--Mrs. Frederic Homeyer died Friday evening, March 8, 1912, at the home of her daughter, opposite Lincoln, aged 69 years, from a stroke of paralysis.
  Mrs. Frederic Homeyer was the mother of Conrad Homeyer, who holds a position with the state at the fair grounds.  She had gone to the home of her daughter at Lincoln a few days ago for a visit.  She was quite well, but she suffered a sudden stroke of paralysis, which medical aid could not help.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
  She leaves the following children: Henry Homeyer of Jefferson, Or.; August and Charles Homeyer of Iowa; Mrs. Anna Hockspier of Iowa; Mrs. Frank Snyder of Albany; Conrad F. Homeyer, custodian at the state fair grounds, and Mrs. Wilkins of Lincoln, Oregon." OS Mar 10, 1912 3:4

HOMYER, Infant
  b.
 d.                          D-05-04-05


HOMYER, Irene
  b.
  d. 14 Oct 1905          D-07-02-01
  d/o C.F. & C.L. Homyer

HOMYER, John
  b. 27 Jan 1843
  d. 15 Sep 1906        D-05-04-08
  b. Germany; d. Salem; age 63-7-22; m'd; d. 15 Sep 1906; burial 19 Sep 1906 by A.M. Clough per Record of Interment #387; believe this is Charles Homyer d. 12 Sep 1906

HOMYER, Kenneth
  b. 27 Mar 1908
  d. 27 Mar 1908        D-07-02-02
  stillborn; s/o C.F. & Clara (Lansing) Homyer per D/C #6334
   
HONKOLA, Edward Sylvester [Edwin?]
  b. 16 May 1914
  d. 18 May 1951        D-20-04-02
  d. May 25 and burial May 28, 1951 per Record of Interment #1749

HONKOLA, Matti [Metta]
  b. 23 Jan 1868
  d. 28 Nov 1917        D-20-04-01
  "Honkola--In Portland, November 28, 1917, Matti Honkola of Fruitland, 49 years old.
  The funeral will be held this after-noon at 2 o'clock from the establish-ment of Webb & Clough.  Rev. Jacob Stocker will conduct the services and interment will follow in the Lee Mission cemetery.
  Mr. Honkola was born January 23, 1868, in Finland and came to the United States in 1876.  He spent about fifteen years in Alaska.  On March 4, 1911, he was married to Hilma Johnson at Seattle. Shortly after they located at Fruitland, where he resided for the past seven years.  He reached an age of 49 years, 10 months and 7 days.
  He leaves a widow, Mrs. Hilma Honkola, three children, Sylvia Honkola, aged 6 years; Sylvester Honkola, aged 3 years, and Svin Honkola, aged 14 months; two brothers, John Honkola, of Reedley, Cal., and Jacob Honkola, of Bracket, N.D., and a sister, Mary Pirila, of Bracket, N.D.  All are attending the funeral.
  Mr. Honkola was a good neighbor, a thrifty farmer, a kind father, and he is missed by the entire community that respected him highly." OS Dec 5, 1917 5:3

HOOGERHYDE, Cornelius
  b.       1873
  d. 03 May 1959      A-23-03-03
  on marker w/Wilhelmina Hoogergyde
  "Late resident of 496 Ford St. S.E. Salem, May 4th, at the residence.  Survived by daughters, Mrs. Doris Dixson, Salem, Mrs. Annabelle Scheirman, Dallas, Ore.; sons, Kenneth Hoogerhyde, Tillamook, Clarence Hoogerhyde, Garibaldi, Oregon, 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchild-ren also survive.  Services will be held Wednesday, May 6th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home.  Interment Lee Mission Cemetery, Dr. S. Raynor Smith will officiate." OS May 5, 1959 5:1

HOOGERHYDE, Floyd Cornelius
  b.         1909
  d. 28 Dec 1929      A-23-03-04
  Oregon  Pvt  4 Regt  U.S. Marines
 s/o Cornelius and Wilhelmina (Pettinger) Hoogerhyde
RI #1214 Floyd C. Hoogerhide, died 28 Dec 1929 of pulmonary TB, buried 31 Dec 1929 in Block 23 Sec A Lot 3 Grave 4, father purchased 1/2 lot
 "Floyd Hoogerhyde, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoogerhyde of 496 Turner street, died  Saturday morning at the Marine hospital in San Diego, Calif., according to word received last night by his father. Mrs. Hoogerhyde and his sister, Anna Bell, were summoned to San Diego, December 17, and were there when he died.
  The young man had been in the Marine corps for the past two and a half years and had been in China during that time.
  The body will arrive here Tuesday, and short military services will be held some time Thursday at the Clough-Taylor chapel.  Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery.  The mother and sister will accompany the remains north.
  Floyd Hoogerhyde was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., 20 years ago and came to Medford, Oregon, with his parents in 1914, the family moving three years later to Grants Pass.  They came to Salem from Grants Pass 10 years ago and have lived there since.  Floyd has a wide acquaintance of friends here.
  Besides his parents and sister, Anna Bell, he is survived by another sis-ter, Doris, and two brothers, Kenneth and Clarence, all at home.
  The father operates a shoe shop on State street." OS Dec 29, 1929 5:8
 
HOOGERHYDE, Wilhelmina (Pettinger)
  b. 14 Mar 1877 Montague, MI
  d. 01 Apr 1945  Salem, OR    A-23-03-02
  on marker w/Cornelius Hoogerhyde
RI #1508 Wilamina Hoogerhyde, died 01 Apr 1945, buried 04 Apr 1945 Block 23 Sec A Lot 3 Grave 2; space owned by Hoogerhyde 496 Ford St, purchased N 1/2 of Lot 4 years ago
D/C #2576 w/o Cornelius Hoogerhyde, b. Montague, MI; d/o John & Anna (Bowman) Pettinger
  "Mrs. Wilhemina Hoogerhyde at her home, 496 Ford street, Sunday April 1.  Survived by husband, Cornelius Hoogerhyde of Salem; two daughters, Mrs. Doris Dixon of Salem and Mrs. Rose Shieman of Dallas; two sons, Clarence Hoogerhyde of Taft and Kenneth
Hoogerhyde of the U.S. Army; two brothers, Charles Pettinger of Toledo, Ohio, and Case Pettinger of Gaylord, Mich.; and five grandchildren.  Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Wednesday, April 4, at 1:30 p.m., Dr. Fred Taylor officiating.  Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Apr 3, 1945 5:1

HOOKER, June
b. 18 Jun 1928 Salem, Oregon
d. 07 Feb 2015 Salem, Oregon   
 RC-10-19
w/o Thomas B. Hooker
d/o C. Ward Davis and Christena Marie Richardson
    
"June Elaine Davis Hooker--June 18, 1928-February 7, 2015--June was born to Christena and Dr. C. Ward Davis in Salem, Oregon.  She was an avid doll collector and repaired and restored many antique dolls.  She is survived by her husband of 62 years. Thomas B. Hooker, her son Steve (Vicki) Hooker, daughter Linda (Bill) Delano, and grandchildren Josh (Andrea), Katie (Deric) and Elise (Zachary).  She was preceded in death by her brother Monter and grandson Scotty.  During their 35 years of retirement Tom and June traveled extensively included eight cruises.  Burial will be Thursday, February 12 at Lee Mission Cemetery." [Statesman Journal, Tuesday, February 10, 2015]



HORN, Walter
  b.    Feb 1900
  d. 28 Aug 1900        OLD 114-13
  6 months old; funeral ordered by Christ Horn per Rigdon Funeral Records

HORNING, Eugene
  b.       1855
  d. 15 Apr 1927      A-33-04-06
  Father
  on marker w/Fannie Horning
  "Eugene Horning, age 72, died at his home, route 7, box 36.  Survived by his widow and three daughters, Jessie Maigaard, Prosser, Wash.; Eugenie Dengs and Bertha Mae Zell, of Salem; 14 grandchildren, one great grandchild; three brothers and one sister in the east.  He was a former resident of North Dakota coming here about 20 years ago.  Funeral services will be held from the family home at 2 p.m. Monday.  Terwilliger funeral home in charge of arrangements."  DOS Apr 16, 1927 5:7

HORNING, Fannie Ellen
  b. 17 Dec 1856
  d. 17 Apr 1932      A-33-04-07
  Mother
  on marker w/Eugene Horning
  "In this city April 17, Fannie Ellen Horning, age 76 years, 4 months. Mother of Mrs. Bertha Zell, Salem, Mrs. Jennie Melgaard, Prosser, Wash., Mrs. E. Bings, Corvallis; also survi-ved by 13 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.  Funeral services from the Terwilliger Funeral home, 770 Chemeketa street, Tuesday, April 19 at 2 p.m.  Interment Lee Mission ceme-tery, Rev. H.C. Stover officiating." OS Apr 19, 1932 5:3  d/o William & Sophrana (Reisbeck) Rundell per D/C #294

HOSLER, Jacob M.
  b.        1820
  d. 24 Apr 1889        OLD 232-07
  "April 24--Jacob M. Hosler aged 69, died at the insane asylum." DOS Jan 1, 1890 7:2  See also: "History buff helps solve mystery of buried gravestone--A  spot is found for the headstone of a Civil War soldier from Independence....Resident Pat Barnes discovered the marker Sept. 28 1995 while working in the backyard of her new home off North Walnut Street Independence......
  The only words engraved on the 100-pound granite headstone were, `Sgt. J.W. Hosler, Co. H, 24th Iowa Inf'...
  Civil War records revealed the soldier was Jacob W. Hosler.  He was born in Pennsylvania in 1820 and enrolled in the Union Army in 1862....
  Hosler lived in Independence in the 1880s with his wife, Elmira.  His home was in the same area where his grave-stone was found....
  In 1888, the Polk County sheriff took Hosler to the state asylum in Salem for unknown reasons.
  Hosler was committed, and he died at the asylum on April 23, 1888.  He was buried at Lee Mission Cemetery in North Salem...." SJ Dec 3, 1995 2B:1-7
See also: "Tombstone finally marks vet's grave" SJ Dec 17, 1995

HOSTETLER, Addie May
  b.       1867
  d. 03 Mar 1897    D-08-01-01 
  wife of Ed Hostetler
  Mother - Addie
footstones
  on marker w/Lillie May & Ed Hostetler

HOSTETLER, Edgar
  b. 02 Apr 1859
  d. 02 Nov 1914    D-08-01-04
  Father - Ed
footstones
  on marker w/Addie May & Lillie May Hostetler
  "Prominent Odd Fellow Buried--Funeral services were held yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at Lee Mission cemetery over the remains of Edgar Hostetler, of the I.O.O.F. who died in The Dalles a few days ago. The remains were met at the Southern Pacific depot by a number of the members of Cheme-keta lodge No. 1, the funeral cortege going directly to the cemetery where the impressive burial services of the order were held.  J.A. Mills and Judge William Galloway, past grand masters had charge of the services.  The pall bearers were all past noble grand's of Chemeketa lodge.  They included John Cornforth, William Petit and L.C. Zimmerman.  The deceased was a past grand master of the order and was highly respected and very popular with the members of the different lodges throughout the state." OS Nov 27, 1914 5:2  See also: OS Nov 25, 1914 5:6

HOSTETLER, Elizabeth Lehman
  b. 23 Jan 1845 Ind
  d. 29 Oct 1922        A-42-01-08
  Mother  -  Gone but not forgotten
  "Hostetler--At the family home route 6, October 29th,  Elizabeth Hostetler, aged 77 years, 5 months, 6 days.  Sur-vived by 5 children, Daniel of California, David of Indiana, Mrs. Fanny Clark, North Bend; Mrs. Barbara Dillman of Salem and John residing at the home.  Funeral services will be from the Terwilliger home, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. J.A. McNess officiating, and interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 31, 1922 5:4
    
HOSTETLER, Jennie B.
  b. 03 Feb 1888
  d. 24 Feb 1982        A-42-01-06
  "Reseda, Calif.--Jennie B. Hostetler, 94, Reseda, Calif., form-erly a resident of Sheridan and Salem, died Wednesday following an extended illness.
  Born in Lincoln, Neb., she moved to the Salem and Sheridan areas in 1894.  She moved to Reseda several years ago.  She was a retired school teacher and a member of the Nazarene Church.
  Survivors include son Richard L., Albany; daughter, Ruth Miller, Pahoa, Hawaii; brother, Myron Blanchard, Tillamook; sister, Bertha Hardman, Independence.
  Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Monday at Lee Mission cemetery, Salem, under direction of Fisher mortuary, Albany." SJ Feb 25, 1982 11A:3

HOSTETLER, John
  b.       1877
  d. 30 Nov 1963      A-42-01-07
  "Funeral services will be Wednesday for John Hostetler, 86, of 3705 D St. NE, who died Saturday night in a Salem nursing home.  A retired farmer, he was a native of LaGrange, Ind.
  Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Jennie B. Hostetler, Canoga Park, Calif.; daughter Mrs. Ruth Miller, Canoga Park; stepson Richard Lee Hostetler, Albany.
  Funeral services will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in Barrick Funeral Chapel, with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 2, 1963 5:2

HOSTETLER, Lillie May
  b.    Jan 1888
  d. 02 May 1897    D-08-01-02
  d/o Ed & A.M.
  on w/Addie May & Ed Hostetler
  "Laid to Rest--Little Lillie May Hostetler Was Buried Yesterday--The remains of the late Lillie M. Hostetler, the 9-year-old daughter of Edward Hostetler, of this city, were brought to Salem by the 11 o'clock train yesterday morning from The Dalles, where the little one died on Sunday.  The grief-stricken father accompanied the remains.  With him came his brother, J.C. Hostetler, of The Dalles, and Mrs. A.C. Geiger, a sister of the child's mother.
  The remains were met at the station by Rev. and Mrs. W.C. Kantner, a delegation from the Congregational Sunday school and one from Olive lodge, No. 18, I.O.O.F., accompanied by a hearse, and were conveyed to the St. Helen's boarding hall, corner Chemeketa and High streets.
  At the latter place the funeral services were conducted at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Rev. Kantner officiating.  A large number of sympathizing friends and members of the deceased's Sunday school class and teacher from the Congregational church were present in a body, as were Prof. Long and the pupils of Central school, and a delegation of the local Odd Fellows.
  The pallbearers were Lillie's friends and classmates, who thus made manifest their last token of love and esteem for one whom they had loved so well, but who was now parted from them forever; they were Willie Kantner, Milton Ehlen, Robbie Duncan, Chester Rineman, Claude Bell and Caples Matthieu.
  After the services at the house, the funeral cortege formed and proceeded to Lee Mission  cemetery--where all that was earthly of Lillie May Hostet-ler was laid to rest by the side of her mother, who crossed the valley of the shadow of death only one short month ago.  The sympathy of a large circle of acquaintances and friends is extended to the father, who, in the short space of thirty days, lost both wife and child." DOS May 5, 1897 5:4
 
HOUCHIN, Forest Andrew
  b.       1885
  d. 07 Mar 1975    RA-25-02
  Dad
  on marker w/Ollie L. Houchin
  "Forest Andrew Houchin, 89, 220 High St. NE, died Friday in a Silverton nursing home.
  A native of Kansas, he moved to Washington as a young child and to Salem in 1943.  He worked as a state agricultural supervisor.
  Survivors include Lowell, Dayton, Wash.; step-daughters Marie McGuire, Salem, Alice Bingham, Junction City, Lona Brooks, of Arkansas.
  Services will be 11:30 a.m. Monday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, with private interment in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem."  OS Mar 9, 1975 IV:37:2

HOUCHIN, Ollie La Nora
  b.       1893
  d. 08 Nov 1973    RA-25-03
  Mom
  on marker w/Forest A. Houchin
  "Ollie LaNora Houchin, 80, of 220 High St. NE, died Thursday in a Salem nursing home.
  A native of Louisiana, she came here in 1960.
  Survivors include daughters Marie McGuire, Salem, Alice Bingham, Jun-ction City, and Lona Brooks, Malvern, Ark.; 10 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
  Services will be 1 p.m. Monday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.  Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 9, 1973 17:1

HOWARD, Alfred R.
  b. 26 Sep 1890
  d. 06 Jan 1951        A-41-03-06
  Oregon  PFC  22 Engineers  WWI
  "Alfred R. Howard, late resident of Salem, at Alsea, January 6.  Survived by wife, Jessie S. Howard, and two cousins, Leah Donivan, Alsea, and Vernon Brown, Lebanon.  Services will be held at Clough-Barrick chapel Thursday, January 11, at 3 p.m.  Interment at Lee Mission cemetery.  Elder R.G. Schaffner will officiate." OS Jan 11, 1951 15:6

HOWARD, E. Dorothea
  b.               1918
  d. 06 Jun 1924      
OLD 100-06
  "Howard-Dorothy Howard died at a local hospital June 6, 1924 at the age of 6 years.  Survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Howard, one brother and three sisters, all of Fruitland.  Funeral announcements later.  Webb funeral parlors in charge of arrangements." CJ Jun 7, 1924 7:5

HOWARD, Helen
  b. 09 Oct 1866
  d. 18 Feb 1919        A-41-03-07
  "Howard Funeral Today--Funeral services will be conducted from Webb & Clough's chapel at 2 o'clock this afternoon for Mrs. Helen Howard who passed away Tuesday.  Burial will be made in Mission cemetery.  Mrs. Howard leaves one son in the United States army who is her only child."  OS Feb 20, 1919 3:2  d/o Alfred & Inda (Lewis) Brown per D/C

HOWARD, James
See: HAYWARD, James
 

HOWARD, Mary
  b.
  d. 07 Sep 1910        
OLD 136-01
  "Aged Indian Woman Goes To Great Father--Was Picturesque Figure For Thirty Years In Salem--Chief's Daughter--With the passing of Mrs. Mary Howard, a full-blooded Grande Ronde Indian woman, yesterday at the Salem hospital, Salem loses a picturesque figure.  Mrs. Howard had been a resident of Salem for 30 years and had been employed by many American families, who regarded her as a very worthy woman.
  She was the daughter of Chief Joe Hutchins, a noted Indian chief in the early history of the Willamette valley.  She is survived by a son, who is now employed at a hop yard.  The remains are at Lehman & Clough's undertaking parlors, where the funeral will occur, as soon as the son is communicated with." OS Sep 8, 1910 5:4

HOWELL, Melbourne
  b. 18 Oct 1905
  d. 18 Oct 1905        N/A
  s/o B. McN. & Margaretta (Crawford) Howell; born & died Polk Co. west of Salem; cause of death was premature birth; burial 20 Oct 1905 at Lee Mission Cemetery per D/C #1221

HOWELL, William M.
  b. 13 Mar 1872
  d. 12 Sep 1910        D-08-03-01
  "Howell--At the state school for the Feeble-Minded, Monday, September 12, 1910, William Howell, of Grant county, aged 38 years.
  Funeral arrangements will be made upon the arrival of a brother from Grant county." OS Sep 13, 1910 5:3

HOWSER, Anna Jane
  b.       1872 Dungannon, Ire
  d. 12 Dec 1941    C-20-02-03
  on marker w/Mary Ann Yeoman in OLD 211
  "Miss Anna C. Hoyser, 69, formerly of 207 S. 3rd street, Salem, died at a local hospital December 12.  Survived by one brother, John Hoyser of Compton, Calif.  Funeral announcements later from Terwilliger Edwards Funeral chapel." OS Dec 14, 1941 5:3  See also: OS Dec 14, 1941 2:5
 Anna Hoyser; Ashes; C-20-02-03 per Record of Interment 1448 [further research needs to be done to determine exact burial location]

HUCHENDORF, Gregory G.
  b.
  d. 29 May 1955   Salem, Oregon     C-43-06-15
  Interment Record #1867 gives death date as 30 May 1955, marker states day of death as 29th, Death index says 30th
  "In this city, May 30th.  Late resident of 795 Hi-way 99 North, Eugene, Oregon.  Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Huckendorf of Eugene.  Graveside services will be held Wednesday, June 1st in the Lee Mission Cemetery under the direction of W.T. Rigdon Co."  OS Jun 1, 1955 2:6

HUDDLESTON, Elmer
  b.        1881         
  d. 20 Mar 1907        D-25-01-05
  "Huddleston--At the Salem hospital, Wednesday morning, March 20, 1907, Elmer Huddleston, aged 26 years.
  The deceased was born at Liberty, Illinois, and besides a mother he leaves three brothers, Allen Huddleston of Silverton, Willis Huddleston of Woodburn, and C.S. Huddleston of this city, who is employed at the state prison.
  The funeral will be held from the undertaking parlors of W.T. Rigdon at 2 o'clock this afternoon.  Rev. W.H. Selleck of the First M.E. church will officiate and the burial will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 21, 1907 5:6 b. Liberty, IL; s/o William & Eleasey (Cook) Huddleston; single; farmer per D/C #3150

HUDEN, Beverly
 b.
 d.  Reserved        
RA-08-21

HUDSPETH, Elsie
  b.
  d. 10 Nov 1937        OLD 228-09
  "Elsie Hudspeth, 74, late resident of Salem route 6, November 10.  Survived by one son, Frank Williams of Salem.  Funeral services will be from the Walker & Howell funeral home, 545 North Capitol, Saturday, November 13, at 10 a.m. Rev. D.W. Daniels will officiate.  Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 12, 1937 11:3

HUFFMAN, Elizabeth W.
  b.
  d. 06 Feb 1896      N/A
  "Mrs. Huffman's Death--At 8:40 yesterday morning, February 6th, Elizabeth W., wife of L.B. Huffman, died at their home on the Al. Herren place seven miles east of Salem, a victim of consumption, at the age of 51 years.  The family lived in this city for a time, her husband conducting a livery stable on Ferry street back of Hotel Willamette.
  The funeral of Mrs. Huffman will leave the residence at 10 a.m. tomor-row (Saturday) and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery, east of Salem." OS Feb 7, 1896 5:1

HUGGINS, Jannet L.
  b. 14 Dec 1845 Michigan
  d. 16 Sep 1924    OLD 228-14
  age 78yrs9mos2dys; widow; d/o George Lander King; died of heart disease at Methodist Old Peoples Home per D/C #642

HUGHES, Caleb
 b.
 d.                        A-34-03-08

HUGHES, Julia C.
  b. 26 Jan 1908
  d. 02 Feb 1991    RA-46-11
  Mother - From a Loving Family
  (photo of Julia)
  "Julia C. Hughes, 83, of Salem, died Saturday.
  She was born in Primaro, Colo., and moved to Salem from California in 1960.  She was a sales clerk for Woolworth's for 20 years and later for Metropolitan.
  She was a member of Keizer Grange and St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church.
  Survivors include her daughters, Carolyn Molinari of Mountain View, Calif., and Dorothy Anderson and Phyllis Browning, both of Salem; sons, Kenneth R. of Deer Island, and Jim of Jacksonville, Fla.; sister, Margaret MacKichan of Santa Cruz, Calif.; 10 grandchildren; and seven great grand-children.
  Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Thursday in Mission Lee Cemetery.  A reception for family and friends will follow at the Keizer Grange Hall.
  Visiting hours will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday and from 8 a.m. to noon Thursday in Rigdon-Ransom mortu-ary." SJ Feb 4, 1991 2B:2

HUGHES, Mary
  b.        1844
  d. 12 Dec 1917        A-34-03-07
  "Died--Hughes, Mrs. Mary, at 10:30 o'clock this morning at the family home, 796 North Sixteenth street, age 69 years.
  Deceased is survived by a husband, Caleb Hughes, and one daughter, Mrs. Emma Bedford, of this city.  The body is at the parlors of Webb & Clough.
  Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Methodist church, Dr. Avison having charge." CJ Dec 12, 1917 8:2 Death Index shows date of death as 14th but that was date of burial; d/o Thos. Baker; m'd; informant Caleb Hughes per D/C #555

HUIETT, Ainsworth
 b.
 d.  Reserved           
 RA-11-01

HUIETT, Ainsworth Mrs.
 b.
 d.  Reserved            RA-11-02


HUIETT, Donald E.
  b.       1929
  d. 02 Nov 1981    RA-41-12
  PFC  US Army
  "Donald E. `Howdy' Huiett, 52, of 1265 17th St. NE, died Tuesday in an automobile accident near Sisters.
  Born in Salina, Kan., he moved to Salem in 1946 from Hutchinson, Kan.  He worked for Northwest Natural Gas Company for 22 years, retiring in 1976.  For the past year, he had worked for Luther Barnes Trucking Company.  He was a member of the Salem Eagle Lodge and a past president of the Capitol Racing Association of Salem.
  Survivors include his wife, Lois M., Salem; daughter, Cynthia Huiett, Eugene; sons, Gene, Salem, and Donald Robbins, Oceanside, Calif., father, Otto W. Sr., Salem; sister, Virginia Jeffers, Salem; brother, Otto W. Jr., Hutchinson, and six grandchildren.
  Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary.  Interment will be in Jason Lee Cemetery." SJ Nov 4, 1981 2B:3

HUIETT, Glenn E. Sr.
  b.    Dec 1924
  d. 22 Jun 1974    RA-20-09
  Beloved husband of Crystal
  "Glenn E. Huiett St., 49, 1930 Hampden Lane NE, died of a heart attack Saturday while camping at Elkhorn Campground near Mehama.
  Huiett was born in Salina, Kan.  He was a World War II veteran.  He came to Salem with his parents in 1946 from McPherson, Kan., and returned to Salem in 1953 from Massachusetts.  He worked in the meters and regulations depart-ment of Northwest Natural Gas Co. here.
  Surviving are widow Crystal; daughters Dorothy and Nancy, both Salem; stepdaughters Sharon, Connie and Lisa Saville, all Salem; son Glenn Jr., Korea; stepsons Bryan and Scott Saville, both Salem; parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Huiett Sr., Salem; sisters Virginia Jefferson, Salem, and Linda Becker, Wray, Colo.; brothers Otto Jr., Hutchinson, Kan., and Donald, Salem.
  Services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Rev. George Swift officiating.  Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 23, 1974 28:6

HUIETT, Margaret L.
  b.    Apr 1905
  d. 26 Aug 1975    RA-20-08
  Mother
  on marker w/Otto W. Huiett Sr.
  "Margaret Huiett, 70, 1317 Market St. NE, died Tuesday at a Salem hospital.
  Born in Missouri, she came to Salem in 1946 from Kansas.
  Surviving are widower Otto W. Sr.; daughters Mrs. Virginia Jeffers, Salem, and Mrs. Linda Becker; sons Don E., Salem, and Otto W. Jr.; two sisters.
  Services are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Aug 22, 1975 7:1

HUIETT, Otto W. Sr.
  b.       1898
  d. 20 Jan 1984    RA-20-07
  Father
  on marker w/Margaret L. Huiett
  "Otto W. Huiett Sr., 85, of 1317 Market St. NE, died Friday.
  Born in Osage City, Kan., he came here in 1946 and was a serviceman for Northwest Natural Gas Co., retiring in 1963.
  Survivors include his daughter, Virginia L. Jeffers, Salem, and son, Otto W. Jr., Hutchinson, Kan.
  Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, and interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Jan 21, 1984 2B:4

HULL, Amanda M. Bell
  b. 21 Apr 1858
  d. 16 Nov 1892        
OLD 141-01
  on marker w/Hiram C., Mary E., Laura E. & Maria Bell
  "On the 16th inst. of consumption, Mrs. John Hull, aged 35 years.  The funeral will take place at the residence of her parents, H.C. Bell at 10 a.m. tomorrow, then burial at the Lee Mission Cemetery.
  Mrs. Hull leaves a husband and six children, she having come from Washington on a visit, where her family now is." CJ Nov 17, 1892 3:6

HULL, Kathleen
 b.
 d. 15 Jan 1948   C-35-02-05

died Santa Barbara, CA; ashes in Elmer McNamer grave

HUMMELL, John Herman
  b. 02 Jan 1839 Germany
  d. 16 Apr 1913    D-04-04-04
  "Hummels---At his residence, 1094 North Seventeenth street, Wednesday night, John Hermann Hummels, aged 74 years, four months and fourteen days.
  The funeral will be held from the United Brethren church, corner of Seventeenth and Nebraska streets, at 2:30 o'clock, Saturday afternoon.  Interment will take place at Lee Mission cemetery.  Rev. G. Maag will have charge of the services, which will be read in both German and English."  DOS Apr 18, 1913 5:5  s/o Henry Hummels per D/C #1636

HUMMELL, Margaret
  b. 07 Sep 1848
  d. 05 Nov 1930        D-04-04-03
  "Mrs. Hummels, 82 Passes Away at Daughter's Home--Mrs. Margaret Hummels, 82, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. August Karl, 1018 North Fifth street, here November 5.  She had only been in Salem a short time.
  Children of Mrs. Hummels are: Mrs. Karl, J.W. Koerner and Mrs. Amelia Gerie all of Salem, Mrs. Sarah L. Ballmann of Beaverton, W.E. Koerner of Alberta, Canada, Mrs. Anna M. Locklear of Lincoln, Neb., and Mrs. Ardina Gerie of Corvalis.
  The deceased was a member of the German Methodist church.  Announcement of funeral will be made later by W.T. Rigdon and Son." OS Nov 6, 1930 12:2

HUNNICUTT, Beatrice
  b.
  d. 13 Apr 1905        
OLD 110-01
  single; 20 yrs old; b. IL; pre-viously from Lane Co.; d. at O.S.I.A. from heart disease & epilepsy per D/C #1173

HUNT, Baby Boy
  b.
  d.   Jul 1952         C-43-04-06
nterment Record #1780 buried 27 Jul 1952

HUNT, Rebecca A. Mrs.
  b. 10 Oct 1849
  d. 28 Oct 1930        OLD 196-05
  Sweetly Resting
  "Rebecca A. Hunt died at the residence, 1161 Second street, West Salem, October 28, aged 81 years; wife of J.F. Hunt; mother of Mrs. Edward Becken of Independence and W.H. Squier of Tillamook; 14 grandchildren, including Mrs. Irene Hendrickson and Mrs. E.L. Johnson, both of Salem; and seven great grandchildren.  Funeral from the Ford Memorial church in West Salem Friday, October 31, at 1:30 p.m., Rev. Cannell of Amity offici-ating.  Interment Lee Mission cemetery under direction of Terwilliger funeral home." OS Oct 31, 1930 5:2

HUNT, William B.
  b.        1837
  d. 11 Mar 1911        D-15-03-03
  "Hunt--William B. Hunt, aged 74 years, Sunday morning at the asylum.  The cause of death was pneumonia and the funeral will take place under the auspices of the Masonic order at 10 o'clock this forenoon.  Interment will be in Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 14, 1911 5:6-7

HURTELL, Charles F.
  b. 23 Jul 1874 AL
  d. 10 Jun 1909        D-15-03-08
  "Hurtell--At the Salem hospital, Thursday, June 10, 1909, at 8:30 p.m., Charles F. Hurtell, age 35 years, 11 months of tuberculosis of the bowels.
  The deceased was the son of Mrs. Julia Hurtell, of this city, who survives him.  He also leaves a sister in this city, Mrs. W.F. Tucker and a brother, Firman A. Hurtell, of Mobile, Alabama.  He had been here but two months, coming west at that time to bring his mother, who is totally blind.  He was mechanic of ability, and possessed many worthy traits of character.
  The funeral will be held today from W.T. Rigdon's parlors, at 10 o'clock, Rev. W.H. Selleck officiating. (Mobile, Alabama, papers please copy.)" DOS Jun 12, 1909 5:3  s/o Ame Dee Firman & Julia D. (Fowler) Hurtel; b. Mobile, AL; painter; single; d. of tuberculosis of throat per D/C #2749

HURTELL, Julia
  b.       1841
  d. 14 Feb 1924    D-16-01-08
  "Hartel--In this city Friday, February 15, 1924, Julia Hartel, 82, a resident of the Old People's home.  Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery, Rev. H.D. Chambers will be the officiating minister." OS Feb 16, 1924 5:3

HUSSELBEE, Erlinda
b. 24 May 1952
d. 06 Mar 2016
      RC-48-04
  
"Salem--Visitation 10 am to 1 p.m W.T. Golden Funeral Service.  Graveside at Lee Mission Cemetery 2 p.m.  Both on March 12." [Statesman Journal March 8, 2016]


HUSTON, Bertha
  b. 04 Jun 1894
  d. 23 Oct 1894        
OLD 137-02
  "At the family home, on Mission and Fourteenth streets, Depot addition, Salem, October 23, 1894, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Houston, aged 4 months and 19 days.
  The death of the little one was quite mysterious.  Yesterday morning the father on preparing to leave home for his work (being a deliveryman for John Hughes) went to the bed to kiss the little one good-bye.  As he did so he noticed that the face was cold and the little hands in a cramped condition.  Startled at this he hurried down town for a physician who, on reaching the house, made examination of the child and pronounced it dead.  This was a fearful shock to the parents, as the little one seemed to be in good health on Monday.  The supposition is that its death was caused by convulsions some time during Monday night.  The funeral will be held at the residence at 2:30 p.m., Rev. J. M. Shulse officiating.  Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery."  OS Oct 24, 1894 4:4

HUSTON, Coral Alberta
  b.             1878 Sharon, Ohio
  d. 12 Aug 1961 Salem, Oregon  C-22-03-06
  Mother
  "Mrs. Huston, 83, Succumbs--Mrs. Coral Huston, 83, of 1313 Marion St. NE, died Saturday at a Salem hospital.
  She was born in Sharon, Ohio, and had lived in Salem for 30 years.  She was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene.
  Survivors include five sons, Edward Huston, Omaha, Neb.; Leo Huston, Eugene; Robert Huston, McMinnville; Ernest Huston, in California, and Glenn Huston, Salem; and two daugh-ters, Mrs. Glenn Townsend, Salem, and Mrs. Mary Orley, Castle Rock, Wash.
  Funeral services are pending at Howell-Edwards Funeral Home." OS Aug 13, 1961 3:1

HUSTON, Forrest Glen
  b.       1909
  d. 28 Jul 1985    RA-37-11
  on marker w/Irene V. Huston
  "McMinnville--Forrest Glen Huston, 76, of McMinnville, died Sunday.
  Born in Sharon, Ohio, he came to Canby in 1914 and moved to Salem in 1920 where he graduated from Willamette University with an economics degree.  He was a self-employed nurseryman.  He had lived in McMinnville the last three years.
  Survivors include his brother, Robert Hufton Huston, McMinnville; and sister, Mary Orley, Castle Rock, Wash.
  Private services will be held at Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem.
  Arrangements are by Scott-McGhehey mortuary, McMinnville." SJ Jul 29, 1985 2B:5

HUSTON, Irene V.
  b.       1906
  d. 17 May 1982    RA-37-12
  on marker w/F. Glenn Huston
  "Irene J. Huston, 75, of 4194 71st Ave. SE, died there Sunday.
  Born in Bellingham, Wash., she moved to Salem in 1935 from Prairie City.  A registered nurse, she retired in 1972.  She attended the First Church of the Nazarene.
  Survivors include her husband, Forrest Glen; brothers, Arthur Pernel, Hawthorne, Nev., and Herbert Pernel, Hood River; and sisters, Audrey Kilborn, Mesa, Idaho, Dorothy Fenimore, Seattle, Doris Scheer, Boise, Idaho, and Florence Chamberlin, Eugene.
  Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, and interment in Lee Mission Cemetery.
  The family suggests contributions to the missionary fund of the First Church of the Nazarene." SJ May 19, 1982 2B:5

HUSTON, John F.
  b.       1868
  d. 15 Apr 1952    C-22-03-07
 Interment Record #1770
 "John Huston, late resident of 1395 Marion St., in this city April 15 at the age of 83.  Survived by wife, Mrs. Coral Alberta Huston of Salem; daughters, Mrs. Mary Orley of Castle Rock, Wash., Mrs. Isabel Townsend, Salem; sons, Edward Huston of Omaha, Neb., Leo Huston of Eugene, Ernest Huston of Los Angeles, Calif., Glen Huston of Salem and Robert Huston of McMinnville; a brother, William Huston of Florida, and by eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  Services will be held Saturday, April 19, at 10:30 a.m. in the Howell-Edwards Chapel, with the Rev. Eugene Stowe officiating and interment at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 17, 1952 21:1

HUSTON, Margaret Elizabeth
  b. 12 Oct 1917
  d. 22 Oct 1924    C-22-03-05
  Interment Record #1001
"Huston-At the residence, 430 North Summer street, Oct. 22, 1924, Margaret Elizabeth Huston, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Huston, and sister of Mary, Edward, Ernest, Leo, Isabelle, Glenn and Robert Huston, all of Salem.  Private funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary, the exact date and time to be announced later." OS Oct 23, 1924 3:3 
D/C #726 Margaret Elizabeth Huston, age 7yrs, 10dys; d/o John and Bertha(Marquis) Huston; died of scarlet fever/chicken pox

HUTCHEON, Ora F.
  b.       1878
  d. 27 Aug 1974      A-43-02-00
  "Graveside services for Ora F. Hutcheon will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Lee Mission Cemetery.  Barrick Funeral Home is in charge.
  Mrs. Hutcheon, former owner of the old Capitol Business College, died Tuesday in Spokane.  She lived in Salem from 1921 to 1956.
  Surviving are one daughter, Orma Brown, Spokane, and one granddaughter." CJ Aug 28, 1974 37:6

HUTCHINS, Lois Roth
  b.
  d.       aft 1981      A-40-02-01

HUYCK, Norman
  b. 27 Jul 1834
  d. 05 Jul 1913      OLD 229-02
  "At the Old People's Home at 6:30 p.m., yesterday, Norman  Huyck.
  The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from Lehman & Clough's undertaking rooms, and inter-ment will be in Lee Mission cemetery.  There will be singing by the Miller family and Rev. Clark will conduct the services."  CJ Jul 8, 1913 8:4

 

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