LEE MISSION CEMETERY BURIALS
Compiled 1996 by Stephenie Flora, Sherrill Hochspeier
and Jean Custer
Updates are made on a continuous basis by Stephenie Flora
1) A single rose beside a burial listing indicates an unmarked grave. If you find that your family member is unmarked and you wish to place a marker, please contact the Lee Mission Cemetery Board to discuss your options and to notify them of your intent.
2) A box with an "R" in it preceding a burial listing indicates a reserved plot
3) The number to the right of the death date is the burial plot number and can be used in the plot search option to find out who is buried in adjoining plots. An N/A in the plot location indicates that although the individual is known to have been buried in the cemetery, the exact location is not known at this time. All additions and corrections are appreciated and can be sent to email@example.com.
Burial Listing for surnames beginning with - M -
MACIEL-RODRIGUEZ, Jose Antonio
d. Dec 2014 RC-10-20
d. 13 Mar 1912 D-13-02-05
"Mackey--At the Salem hospital, of tuberculosis, March 13, 1912, George Mackey, aged 40 years.
The body is at the undertaking chapel of W.T. Rigdon, and no funeral arrangements have as yet been made, as it was necessary to hear from relatives in Polk county before final arrangements can be made." CJ Mar 16, 1912 5:3
MACY, Albert M.
b. 10 May 1873
d. 08 Mar 1933 OLD 231-03
"In this city Wednesday, March 8, Albert M. Macy, aged 58 years. Leaves the following brothers and sisters: Bert W., Pearl and Mrs. Ida M. May of Salem; Mrs. Ella M. Morris of Los Angeles; Edward S. Macy of Portland; J. Frank Macy of Pendleton. A native of Marion county. Funeral services Friday, March 10, at 2 p.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon & Son, with Rev. Guy L. Drill officiating and Elks lodge assisting. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 10, 1933 7:3
MACY, Bert Warren
b. 26 Mar 1876
d. 28 Dec 1939 OLD 231-02
"Native of Salem Called by Death--Prominent Salem Lawyer Succumbs--Bert Warren Macy Was Active in Civic Affairs Here--Bert Warren Macy, 63, native of Salem, former city alderman and city attorney and prominent in republican activities for many years, died late Thursday at his home, 444 North 18th street.
Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon chapel at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 30.
Born March 26, 1876, Mr. Macy attended the old East Salem school now known as the Washington school and later attended Willamette university where he was prominent as an athlete. Despite his lack of weight he was considered an outstanding tackle on the Willamette eleven in the '90s when the Willamette team played on even terms with the leading Pacific coast elevens. He retained a keen interest in sports throughout his life.
At a later period he returned to Willamette for a law course and received his LLB degree in 1912. He practiced law in Salem from that year with the exception of a brief period spent in Washington state. At one time he was a law partner of the late Glenn E. Unruh.
He was distantly related to John Adams and John Quincy Adams, early presidents of the United States.
Serving on the city council from 1913 to 1915, Mr. Macy was appointed city attorney in 1916 and served in that capacity until 1921. Always active in politics, he was a member of the Marion county republican central committee continuously since 1926 and was its secretary in 1926 and 1932.
He was formerly council commander of the Woodmen lodge and was a member of Salem lodge No. 4, AF & AM, and of Salem lodge No. 336, BPOE.
He was married in 1920 to Anna M. Rader-Campbell of Walla Walla. She survives him as well as three children, Marion and Virginia Macy of Salem and Ronald Macy of Vancouver, Wash.; two brothers, Edwin S. Macy and J.F. Macy of Portland; and two sisters, Mrs. Ella Morris of Los Angeles and Pearl Macy of Salem." OS Dec 29, 1939 1:3
d. Reserved RA-40-08
MACY, Edwin S.
d. 02 Oct 1942 A-31-02-07
"In Portland, October 2, Edwin F. Macy, age 74 years, brother of J.F. Macy of Hillsboro, Mrs. E.M. Morris of Los Angeles, and Miss Pearl Macy of Portland. Funeral services will be held Monday, October 5, at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company with concluding services at the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 4, 1942 3:1
MACY, Elizabeth R.
b. 06 Aug 1849
d. 28 Dec 1932 OLD 231-05
"At the residence, 193 East Miller street, December 28, Elizabeth R. Macy, aged 83 years. Survived by children, Mrs. Ella M. Morris of Los Angeles, Edwin S. Macy of Portland, J. Frank Macy of Pendleton, Albert M. Macy of Salem, Bert W. Macy of Salem, Pearl Macy of Salem, Mrs. Ida M. May of Salem; five grandchildren; one great grandchild; brothers, William C. Whitley of Hamilton, Wash., Charles H. Whitley of Pateros, Wash.; sisters, Nancy J. Smith of Springdale, Wash., Mrs. Henrietta Nuttall of Couperville, Wash. Funeral announcements will be made later by W.T. Rigdon and Son." OS Dec 29, 1932 5:2 d/o James W. & Mary Ann (Adams) Whitley per D/C #963
d. 18 Mar 1929 OLD 231-04
"Jesse Macy, Here Since 1863, Dies--Jesse Macy, 89, resident of Salem since 1863, died suddenly following a heart attack Monday night. He had been in good health until a few hours before his death.
Mr. Macy 40 years ago conducted a livery stable at the present location of the Archerd farm implement store.
He was married April 5, 1865, to Elizabeth R. Whitley. Squire H.A. Johnson, prominent Salem pioneer, conducted the marriage ceremony.
Seven children and five grandchildren survive. The children are Mrs. Ella Morris, Santa Monica, Cal., Edwin S. Macy and Pearl Macy, Portland; J. Frank, Pendleton; Albert M., Bert W. Macy and Mrs. Ida May, Salem. The grandchildren are Isabelle, Doris and William Macy of Pendleton, Mrs. Lillian Levy and Marian Macy of Salem.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 21, at 1:30 o'clock at the Rigdon Mortuary chapel. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 20, 1929 10:4
MACY, John Franklin
d. 27 Sep 1958 A-31-03-02
"Death Takes J.F. Macy--John Franklin Macy, who came to Salem by a wagon train at the age of 6 weeks, died Saturday night in a Salem hospital at the age of 87. He had been ill for about five years.
Macy was the son of Jesse and Elizabeth Rebecca Whitley Macy, who had lived here before moving to Northern California where the boy was born near Adna on April 27, 1871. The elder Macy had a farm east of Salem.
Macy, known as Frank, was a men's furnishings salesman. He was employed as a young man in Salem clothing stores and later in Pendleton and Portland. He returned to Salem seven years ago.
He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Isabella Guderian, Inglewood, Calif. and Mrs. Doris Egnew, Rolling Hills, Calif.; one brother, William Franklin Macy, Bisbee, Ariz.; one sister, Miss Pearl Macy, Salem; two grandchildren.
Arrangements are pending at W.T. Rigdon mortuary." OS Sep 28, 1958 8:1
b. 08 Feb 1880
d. 27 Nov 1964 A-31-03-01
"Miss Pearl Macy, 83, a late resident of 1380 Center St. NE, died Friday at the residence.
A native of Salem, she was employed for a number of years as a store clerk before her retirement.
She was a long-time member of the First Baptist Church here.
Survivors include a number of nephews and nieces, including Roger Holloway of Albany.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at the W.T. Rigdon chapel, with interment at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 28, 1964 5:1
MACY, Philip Gayer
d. 17 Sep 1974 RA-40-07
"Services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary for Philip Macy, 53, of 354 Sandy Drive N, who died Tuesday. Rev. David Field will officiate. Private interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery.
A native of Indiana, Macy had lived in Salem since 1940. He was a mill worker at Boise Cascade Corp.
Survivors include the widow Dorothy; sons Gary Philip, Alliance, Ohio, and Calvin, Salem; daughter Mrs. Phyllis Beller, Salem; parents Herman and Mabel Macy, Newberg; brothers Keith, Reno, Nev., Maurice, Eugene, and Dean, Gresham; sisters Phyllis Cammack, Newberg, and Mignon Pike, Oregon City; three grandchildren." OS Sep 19, 1974 3:3
d. 08 Feb 1926 OLD 211-12
name written on cement border
"Mabill--In this city Feb. 8, 1926, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Mabill. Graveside services will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Arrangements in charge of Terwilliger funeral home." CJ Feb 9, 1926 9:8
d. 20 Dec 1927 OLD 210-18
"Madill-James Madill, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Madill, died December 20 at the home, 1500 Ferry street, at the age of seven months. The body is at Terwilliger Funeral home and the funeral will be held Thursday morning at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." CJ Dec 21, 1927 11:8
MADISON, Kathern L.
b. 16 Apr 1911
d. 20 Mar 1984 RA-15-08
Loving wife & mother
"Albany--Kathern L. Madison, 72, of Route 1, Box 255W, died Tuesday.
Born in Avant, Okla., she came here in 1981.
Surviving are her husband, John W.; daughters, Juanita Shonka, Avon, Mont., Louise Cherry, Corvallis, Mont., Linda Kerley, Baxter Springs, Kan., and Sandra Morris, Salem; sons, Gene Austin and Dick Austin, both of Salmon, Idaho, and Bob Madison, Benton City, Wash.; sister, Iva Wilcox, Nowata, Okla.; and brothers, Carl Lynch, Joplin, Mo., and Louis Lynch, in Colorado.
The casket will be open from 3 p.m. today to 9 p.m. Friday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem, where services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ Mar 21, 1984 2B:5
MAGNESS, Anna J.
d. 04 Apr 1924 OLD 100-04
"Magness-At a local hospital, Anna Magness, age 61 years, on April 3. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary Saturday at 1:30 o'clock. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Apr 4, 1924 7:3 d/o W.H. & Sarah Jaquette per D/C #250
d. 18 Jul 1937 C-38-04-08
Interment Record #1395
"John Magness Is Suicide, Hospital--John Magness, 44, died at the Oregon State hospital yesterday as the result of a fractured skull received when he jumped from a fourth story window. Services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with Rev. Hayworth, of Grants Pass, officiating. Magness was received at the hospital July 14, 1935, from Grants Pass." OS Jul 20, 1937 1:1
MAHON, Joseph W.
d. 30 Mar 1905 D-25-01-01
"Mahon--At the Oregon insane asylum, Thursday, March 30, 1905, Dr. Jos. W. Mahon, a pioneer of Lane county, from apoplexy, aged 76 years old. Deceased came across the plains in 1852, and settled near Junction, where he resided for many years. He leaves three sons and one daughter. The burial took place in this city yesterday." CJ Apr 1, 1905 12:6
See: MOSELEY, J.F.
MANN, George C.
b. 24 Jan 1890
d. 28 Nov 1905 D-06-03-01
"Mann---At the home of his parents, four miles east of Salem, on Tuesday, November 28, 1905, at 4 a.m., George Clement Mann, aged 15 years, 10 months and 4 days, of dropsy of the heart.
Deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Mann and was one of five children. He was born in Logan county, Kansas, but has been in Oregon thirteen years. He has suffered from heart trouble the past four years and has been very low for the past few months. Funeral services will be held at the parent's home on the Culver farm, Rev. Frank B. Culver conducting the exercises, at 11 o'clock today, and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Nov 29, 1905 5:3 s/o Hiram Mann; died of hydrothorax with contributing cause of valvular disease of heart per D/C #1504
MANN, Gordon R.
d. 01 Mar 1976 RA-25-10
"Gordon R. Mann, 1935 Dallas Highway NW, died Monday at home. He was 72.
Mann, a retired warehouseman, was a resident of Salem 10 years. Survivors include widow Mary; daughters Mary Lou Mayes, Marlene Ashbaugh; one brother and two sisters; seven grandchildren and one great-grandson.
Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at First Evangelical Church, with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery. Barrick mortuary is in charge." OS Mar 4, 1976 18:5
d. 1890's A-36-03-05
Horace Mann, father; no further information per Record of Interment #158
d. Reserved RA-25-11
b. 19 Dec 1896
d. 22 May 1969 OLD 203-07
on marker w/Rosemary Mansfield
"Alfred Lorenzo Mansfield, 72, of Fircrest, died Thursday in a local hospital. Mr. Mansfield was born in Albany, Ore. He was the grandson of Oregon pioneers Seth Warner Ross and Cynthia Eliza Truax.
He lived in Tacoma for 37 years where he worked as an architect and interior designer.
He was an honorary member of the Fairweather Lodge 82 F&AM; past commander of Ivanhoe Commandery 4, Knights of Templar; past watchman of Shepherds of the Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem; and a member of Destiny Lodge 197 F&AM; the Royal Arch Masons, and White Clover Chapter, Order of Eastern Star.
Surviving are his wife Rosemary; a son George J. of Tacoma; two daughters, Mrs. Naomi Fjermedal, of Tacoma, and Mrs. T. J. (Rosemary) Gianelli of Tillamook, Ore.; 15 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild." The Tacoma News Tribune May 25, 1969
b. 11 Jan 1896
d. 27 Feb 1990 OLD 203-08
on marker w/Lorenzo Mansfield
"A requiem Mass for Rosemary Bowdon Mansfield of Northeast Portland will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Private interment will be in the Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem.
Mrs. Mansfield died of heart problems Tuesday in a Portland hospital. She was 94.
Born Jan. 11, 1896, in Union, she was a descendant of members of the Royal family, who were early Portland pioneers. Her maiden name was Skipworth. She married Lorenzo Mansfield on May 5, 1920.
Mrs. Mansfield was a homemaker. She was a member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Her husband died in 1969.
She is survived by her daughters, Naomi E. Hanley of Tacoma and Rosemary Skipworth Gianelli of Portland; son, George J. of Seattle; 15 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
The family suggests remembrances be contributions to St. Mark's Episcopal Church." Oreg Feb 28, 1990 6B:1
b. 16 Nov 1907
d. 16 Nov 1907 OLD 146-06
"Marchand--At the family home at 1114 North Front street, Sunday, November 17, 1907, Ammon, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marchand.
The funeral was held from the residence yesterday at 10:30 and interment was made at Lee Mission cemetery." WOS Nov 19, 1907 s/o Louis & Minnie (Mathey) Marchand; born and died Nov 16, 1907; lived 10 hours; per D/C #5166
d. 12 Dec 1949 Salem, Marion County, Oregon C-46-02-12
Interment Record #1667
"Grace Marcho, last resident at 835 Rhubetz rd., in this city, December 12. Service will be held Wednesday, December 14, at 10:30 a.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 13, 1949 12:1
d. 01 Dec 1892 N/A
"Markel--At his home on Front street Thursday night, December 1, 1892, from paralysis, W. Markel, aged 53 years.
The remains were buried in Lee Mission cemetery yesterday afternoon." OS Dec 3, 1892 4:3 age 50; burial ordered by county per Funerals Held at W.T. Rigdon, Pioneer Morticians, Salem, Marion Co., OR For Years 1892-1905
d. Reserved RA-45-01
MARLETTE, Keith O.
b. 03 Feb 1958 Spokane, Washington
d. 12 Dec 2005 Salem, Oregon RA-45-02
"Keith O. Marlette---February 03, 1958 - December 12, 2005
KEIZER - Born in Spokane, Washington, February 3, 1958, to parents Ruth and Craig Marlette, Keith was called home December 12, 2005 in Salem, Oregon.
Keith graduated from McNary High School in 1976. He attended Chemeketa Community College in Salem and attained an Associate Degree in Insurance Technology. Keith became medically disabled with uncontrollable epileptic seizures and was unable to pursue his professional career.
Following his major surgeries, Keith spent his time as a companion and helpmate to his mother and father. He excelled at landscaping, housekeeping and was always a willing partner in family activities. Walking with his Dad, crossword puzzles, Pinochle and Solitaire were some of his favorite pastimes.
Keith had a special gift, of friendship and willingness to help those in need for every stranger he met. His smile and blue eyes were always there for all to enjoy. He will be sorely missed by his family and his many friends.
Keith had been a member of the Keizer Elks Lodge and was a member of Jason Lee Methodist Church. As a youth, he had been involved in Cub Scouts and later in Boy Scouts. Keith was an avid water skier and an excellent swimmer. He enjoyed deer and elk hunting with his father for many years.
Keith’s family will miss him and we only wish him a happy journey on the final trip home. We know that Jesus must have a Christmas celebration in Heaven, as Christmas was Keith’s happiest time of year.
Keith leaves a son, Christopher, who is a student at McKay High School. He also leaves a brother, Jay Marlette of Keizer; a sister, Diana Anning of Keizer and a sister, Robin Bassett of Lacy, Wash., along with their respective spouses, Penny Marlette, Bill Anning and Tom Bassett. Keith’s brother, Ron Marlette preceded him in death ten years ago. Ron’s widow, Sue and niece, Katie reside in Vancouver, Wash. Keith had many other nieces and nephews as well: Jill Anning, Aaron Anning, Jeana Eastman, Josh and James Marlette. Extended family surviving Keith are uncles and aunts, Harley and Ida Lyons of Clarkston, Wash., Ron and Marlene Carpani of Coos Bay, Bob and Ruth Hinch of Prospect, Pat Lyons of North Bend and Dave Anderson of Portland. Special prayers come from his uncle and aunt, Vernon and Gerri Holden of Moses Lake, Wash.
The family’s prayers will travel with Keith throughout his heavenly journey as we know that Keith now lives in the house of Our Lord, that house not having been built by human hands.
Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m., Fri., Dec. 16 at Jason Lee Methodist Church. Contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to Scottish Rite Foundation for Children with Language Disorders, 1507 S.W. Morrison Street, Portland, OR 97205 or Jason Lee Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 820 Jefferson Street, Salem, OR 97303. Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." Statesman Journal, December 15, 2005 4C:4-5
d. Reserved RA-45-01
MARQUIS, Forrest James
b. 19 Feb 1881 Sharon, Ohio
d. 05 Mar 1951 Salem, Oregon C-22-03-08
"Services for F.J. Marquis Wednesday--Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel for Forrest James Marquis, 70, who died at a local hospital Monday of a heart ailment. Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
Marquis, a resident of Salem for the past 30 years, had been an attendant at Cottage Farm for several years before illness forced his retirement over two years ago.
Born in Sharon, Ohio, February 19, 1881, Marquis served for eleven years with the United States army. He resided in Ohio and Kansas before coming to Oregon 30 years ago.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. John Huston, Salem; nieces, Mrs. Glenn Townsend, Salem, and Mrs. Bud Orley, Castle Rock, Wash.; nephews, Marquis Weaver in Oklahoma, DeForrest Weaver, Washington, D.C., Glen Huston and Robert Huston, both of Salem, Leo Huston, Eugene, Edward Huston, Omaha, Nebr., and Ernest Huston, Los Angeles." OS Mar 6, 1951 5:2
MARTIN, Airis Sirom
b. 18 Jan 1961
d. 21 Dec 2011 RC-13-01
d. 09 Jan 2016 RC-13-03
MARTIN, Nannie May
b. 06 Mar 1883
d. 30 Mar 1963 A-38-02-02
"Mrs. Nannie Martin, longtime Salem resident who moved to Bellevue, Wash., a year ago, died there Saturday. She was born in Kansas, and attended the Methodist Church.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Byran Bennett, Bellevue, Wash.; two grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Roxie Trask, Salem, Mrs. Bert Lyons, Lyons, and Mrs. William Sherrott, Portland; and three brothers, Wilfred Lewis, Willamina, Clyde and Velvie Lewis, both Lyons.
Services are pending at the Virgil T. Golden chapel." OS Mar 31, 1963 5:2
MARTIN, Roscoe Floyd
b. 11 Jun 1883
d. 10 Apr 1947 A-38-02-04
"Roscoe Floyd Martin, at his home at Cutler City, Oregon, Friday, January 10 at the age of 63 years. Survived by his wife, Nannie Martin of Cutler City; a daughter, Mrs. Byron Bennett of Springfield, Oregon; and two sisters, Mrs. Albert Ring of Lyons, Oregon, and Mrs. Axley Rush of St. Paul, Minn. Services will be held Monday, January 13, at 1:30 p.m. at the Clough-Barrick chapel with interment in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 11, 1947 5:2
MARTIN, Wilfred Lewis
b. 04 Feb 1918
d. 19 Feb 1918 A-38-02-03
"Martin--At Milwaukie, Or., Tuesday, February 19, 1918, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Floyd Martin.
The parents formerly lived in Salem. Accompanied by the father and other relatives the body was brought to Salem yesterday on the early afternoon train and was taken to Lee Mission cemetery for burial." OS Feb 21, 1918 5:3
d. 29 Feb 1928 OLD 209-05
"Marty--Mrs. Margaret Marty, wife of A.E. Marty of Roseburg, died at Roseburg on February 28. She was the daughter of D.W. Morley of this city. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 at Terwilliger's Funeral home with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 1, 1928 11:8
MARVIN, Ada Tonda
d. 1964 C-44-03-05
on marker w/Claude A. Marvin
MARVIN, Claude A.
d. 13 May 1961 C-44-03-04
on marker w/Ada Tonda Marvin
"Late resident Harrisburg, Ore at local nursing home, May 13th, age 70. Survived by widow, Mrs. Claude Marvin, Salem, sister, Winnifred Ayers, Tacoma, Wash., Marguerite M. Smith, Puyallup, Wash., Mrs. Bonnie Nelson, Ill. Services were held Mon. May 15th at 3:00 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon Chapel. Interment, Lee Mission Cemetery." OS May 16, 1961 II:14:1-2
d. 07 Jan 1923 OLD 233
"Masell--Child of Arthur T. and Edna Masell on Sunday morning, at their home in West Salem. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday 2 p.m. at the Salem mortuary, interment at the Jason Lee cemetery, Rev. Kirkpatrick offi-ciating." CJ Jan 8, 1923 5:8
b. 30 Jun 1921
d. 20 Feb 1994 RA-40-12
"Alice I. Mason-Riha, 72, of Salem died Sunday. She was born in Laird, Saskatchewan, Canada, and moved to Kansas when she was a child. In 1937, she moved to Salem. She worked for the Oregon Adult and Family Services Division for most of her life.
She was member of the Order of Eastern Star, Chapter 215, and the oldest member of the Willamette Valley Corvette Association. She enjoyed bowling and traveling.
Survivors include her sons, Larry C. King of Salem and Scot D. Mason of Keizer; daughter, Janice D. Mason Stiffler Sloan of Salem; sister, Evelyn Crane of Salem; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Services will begin at 11 a.m. Friday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Interment will be in Restlawn Memory Gardens. Visiting will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday in the mortuary.
Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Oregon Affiliate, 1425 N.E. Irving, No. 100, Portland, Ore. 97232." Statesman Journal Feb 21, 1994
MASON, Carl Belshee
b. 12 Sep 1915
d. 16 Jul 1994 RA-44-09
United Methodist Minister
on marker w/Luella M. Mason
"Milwaukie--Carl Belshee Mason, 78, died Saturday.
He was born in Jefferson and graduated from Salem High School in 1935. He graduated from Willamette University in 1940 and earned a bachelor of divinity degree from Garrett Theological Seminary and a master's degree from Northwestern University in 1943.
He married Luella May Pike in June of 1941.
He served pastorates in Junction City, Lebanon, Portland, Forest Grove and Springfield. From 1974 to 1980 he was superintendent of the Western District, United Methodist Church.
He was chosen representative to the Methodist General Conference in 1956 and 1960, and was chairman of the Board of Pensions for the Oregon-Idaho Conference of the United Methodist Church for a number of years.
He moved to Milwaukie in 1989.
Survivors include his wife; son, Mark Allen; daughter, Mary Beth Slabaugh; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will begin at 4 p.m. Saturday in the Oak Grove United Methodist Church, 14700 SE Rupert, Milwaukie. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary in Salem." SJ Jul 18, 1994
MASON, Florence Kneeland
d. 13 Mar 1942 C-48-03-07
"Florence Marie Mason, 25, late in a Portland hospital March 13, resident of route six, passed away. Survived by widower, James Mason of Salem; one son, James Kneeland Mason of Salem; three sisters, Mrs. Ella Hudson of Chemawa, Mrs. Jennie Snead of Grande Ronde and Mrs. Clayton Waldon of Nehalem; two brothers, Victor Kneeland and Lester Kneeland, both of Portland. Services will be held Monday, March 16, at 2 p.m. from the Terwilliger-Edwards chapel. Rev. Weaver W. Hess will officiate. Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Mar 15, 1942 I:5:1
MASON, James Douglas
b. 19 Nov 1916
d. 12 Oct 1978 RA-40-11
Husband Father Friend
"James Mason, 61, of 4895 River Road S, died Thursday at his residence.
Born in Hoskins, he came to Salem as a child. He was employed with the State Department of General Services as services manager for the past 15 years.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II, member of Englewood United Methodist Church and Masonic Lodge AF&AM. He was past master of Vista Masonic Lodge and past patron of Vista Chapter 184 Order of Eastern Star.
He was an active Rainbow Dad at Chadwick Assembly No. 3 and board member of Order of Demolay.
Survivors include wife, Alice; daughter, Janice Stiffler, Salem; sons, Scott and Larry King, both of Salem, and James Prier, Seattle, Wash.; four grandchildren.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary and interment to follow at Jason Lee Cemetery. Ritualistic services are by Vista Masonic Lodge.
The casket will be open to friends from 2 p.m. Saturday until 10 a.m. Monday at the mortuary. The family suggests memorial contributions to Englewood United Methodist Church or Heart Fund." SJ Oct 14, 1978 2A:5
MASON, Luella May (Pike)
b. 13 Dec 1911 Webster, Iowa
d. 07 May 2007 Clackamas County, Oregon RA-44-09
on marker w/Carl B. Mason
"A Life Of Service--Luella May Pike was born December 13, 1911 in Fremont, Iowa, the third of Stella and Vernon Pike's six children. Rev. Pike was a Methodist preacher. Luella grew up in the church whose mission became her life's work.
Rev. Pike made sure that all his children got a college education. It being the Depression, Luella's tuition at Iowa Wesleyan College was paid by donating a cow to the college president. After graduation she taught home economics
in several Iowa high schools. In the summer of 1939, she and three other young teachers toured the western United States in an epic 8000 mile car trip. That fall she enrolled in Garrett Evangelical Seminary in Evanston, Illinois, to earn
her certificate in Christian Education.
In 1941 she married a ministerial student, Carl Mason, and set her life on a new course. Together they moved to Carl's native Oregon to serve pastorates in Junction City, Lebanon, Portland, Forest Grove and Springfield. Daughter
Mary and son Mark were born during the years in Junction City. Luella was a full partner in the work of the United Methodist Church and especially enjoyed her work with youth groups and the Women's Society.
Luella and Carl retired in 1980 and moved to Rose Villa in 1989. Rose Villa provided a caring community after Carl's death in 1994, and the support that allowed Luella to live independently until she enter the Health Center in 2004.
A lifelong advocate for social justice, Luella gave time, energy, and resources to many causes. She was open-minded and adventuresome, always ready to try something new--river rafting in Alaska with Carl after retirement, water-color
painting in her late 80's. She delighted in her five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Summer camping with family in the Cascades and the San Juan Islands were time to enjoy nature. At 89 she went tent camping on the Oregon
coast with some of her great grandchildren. An avid gardener wherever she lived, she enjoyed cutting flowers in her Rose Villa garden plot until 2006.
Luella's family and friends will remember the strong woman who always had a smile, who lived her faith and her principles every day, who loved unconditionally."
MASTERS, Arthur A.
b. 06 Apr 1903
d. 09 Feb 1981 RA-59-06
marriage date as shown on marker
"Arthur A. Masters, 77, 1930 Hampden Lane NE, died Monday at home.
He was born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, worked in coal mines in Iowa and restaurants throughout the West, and owned and operated restaurants in Utah and Oregon. He lived in Salem since his 1951 retirement and was a member of Garden Road Christian Church.
Survivors include sons, Robert A., Salem, Ed, Umatilla, Stan, Spokane, Wash., Chris, Leavenworth, Kan.; daughters, Marge Avey, Leavenworth, Ruth Guinn, College Place, Wash.; sister, Hazel Jackson, Des Moines, Iowa; 13 grandchildren.
Graveside services will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Lee Mission Cemetery under direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ Feb 11, 1981 2B:5
MATHENY, Elvira Brown
d. 1924 A-35-03-02
MATHER, John M.
d. 22 Mar 1946 Salem, Oregon C-19-03-08
Interment Record #1538
"John Mather at the residence, 2415 N 15th, Monday, March 22. Surviving are one niece, Mrs. Elsie Hammen, Cloverdale. Services will be held Monday, March 25, at 1 p.m. at the Church of Christ. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 24, 1946 5:1
MATHER, Sophia [Coleman]
b. 02 Aug 1852
d. 21 Nov 1942 C-18-01-03
Interment Record #1616 removed from City View and reburied in Lee Mission Cemetery 26 Mar 1948
"Sophia F. Mathers, at her residence, 195 North 23rd, Friday, November 20, at the age of 90 years. Survived by son, A.M. Church, Salem, brothers, John Coleman of Salem, Frank Coleman of Salem. She was a member of the Jason Lee Methodist church and Woman's Relief Corps. Services will be held Monday, November 23 at 2 p.m. at the Rose Lawn funeral home, Rev. Raynor Smith officiating. Concluding services will be at the City View cemetery." OS Nov 22, 1942 5:1-2
Moved from City View Cemetery, March 26, 1948
MATHESON, Alexander L.
d. 21 Jun 1917 D-18-03-05
At Rest - Masonic Emblem
Late residence: Hoaquim, WA; d. 21 Jun 1917 of cancer; burial in Lee Mission Sep 24, 1917 per Record of Interment #731
d. 20 Mar 1927 D-18-03-06
"Matheson--In this city Wednesday, March 20th, Mrs. Rachel J. Matheson age 74 years, widow of the late Alexander L. Matheson, mother of Gilbert H. Matheson of Aberdeen, Wn. Mrs. Matheson was a member of Chadwick chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Funeral services Wednesday, March 23 at 3 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary, interment Lee Mission cemetery under Eastern Star auspices." CJ Mar 21, 1927 11:8
MATHEW, Araki Aray
b. 30 Dec 1972
d. 18 Sep 2011 RC-32-01
MATHEWS, Baby Girl
d. 19 Jun 1949 C-43-01-09
Interment Record #1647 Baby Girl Mathews, burial Jun 20, 1949
b. 21 Sep 1835
d. 22 Mar 1911 D-15-01-08
"Mathey--At the residence 2 miles east of Salem, Wednesday, March 22, 1911, Mrs. Adeline Mathey, aged 77 years, 6 months and 1 day.
The funeral will be held Friday, March 24, 1911 at 2 p.m. at the First German church, Cottage street, Salem, Or., Conducted by Rev. Gustave Schunke, pastor. Burial in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 24, 1911 5:2
d. 16 Jul 1921 D-03-03-04
"Suicide Will Be Buried Here--The funeral of Edmond Mathey of Orenco, well known nurseryman of Oregon, who died at a Hillsboro hospital Sunday as the result of wounds inflicted on himself with a razor three days before will be held today at the Webb & Clough chapel at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Mathey became despondent over religious matters, and Thursday slashed his throat with a sharp razor. Although the wound was deep it was not enough to kill him at once, and his strength gave way before he could complete his purpose." CJ Jul 18, 1921 1:3
d. 19 Nov 1915 C-48-01-05
Interment Record #677
"Body of Lonely Woman is Found---Eulalie Mathey, Aged Spinster, Believed to Have Been Long Dead---Chairs and Bedding Scattered About House Point to Sudden Convulsive Attack---Foul Play is Not Suspected by Coroner---Not having seen a light in her house for several days, neighbors of Miss Eulalie Mathey, an aged spinster, investigated the rooms yesterday and found her lying lifeless near the kitchen stove. Apparently she had been dead for a number of days. She was 75 years old and lived near Twelfth and Market streets.
Miss Mathey had been accustomed to go to the house of neighbors for water and as she had not been seen since last Friday afternoon, a search was made yesterday.
A niece, Mrs. A.L. Marchand of 1405 North Summer street, was called about 1 o'clock yesterday and with the neighbors entered the house. Miss Mathey was known to be a scrupulously clean housekeeper, but chairs and bed clothing scattered about the room indicated that the woman had died in a convulsion of some sort, although she was not known to be subject to attacks of this nature. Foul play is not suspected. The body was found near the front of the stove.
Coroner Clough was called and death was pronounced due to old age.
As the body was being taken from the house an attendant with Coroner Clough stepped upon the board covering of an old well, which gave way, and he escaped falling into the well only by holding firmly to the handles of the basket containing the corpse.
The dead woman came to Salem from Switzerland about seventeen years ago. She has lived alone in a comfortable four-room house near the Southern Pacific depot and had saved money from fruit and garden produce. Her home was furnished to her by her nieces and nephews in this city, who also brought her food, and furnished her with a yearly allowance.
Two weeks ago she called on the Marchand family as was her usual custom, to procure French papers. She was complaining at that time. She was generally considered a recluse and was not often seen by her relatives and neighbors.
The aged woman is survived by a brother, Mathew Mathey, and two nieces and two nephews, all of Salem. The latter are Mrs. C.L. Marchand, Mrs. Henry Jacquet, Ed Mathey of the Orenco nursery, and Walter Mathey, who lives on the Portland road, two miles east of Salem.
The funeral will be held today at 1 o'clock from the chapel of Webb & Clough. Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 29, 1915, 1:4 d/o August Mathey per D/C #5833
d. 15 Jun 1898 OLD 114-09
"Matha--At the home in Hampden Park addition to Salem, June 15, 1898, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Matha." DOS Jun 16, 1898 5:6
d. 29 Jun 1916 D-15-01-07
"Zilime Mathey, 83, Dies--Was Born in Switzerland--Funeral to Be Held Saturday--Zilime Mathey, who had lived in Salem and vicinity for twenty-one years died yesterday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Minnie Marchand, 1405 North Summer street, at the age of 83 years. He was a farmer and came to the United States from Switzerland.
Surviving him besides Mrs. Marchand, are another daughter, Mrs. Bertha Jacquet, of near Silverton, and a son, Ed Mathey, of Orenco. He also leaves a brother, Walter Mathey, of near Salem.
The funeral will be held Saturday at 1:30 o'clock from the Free Methodist church on North Winter street, Rev. W. Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 30, 1916 5:7
d. 2000 RA-55-00
See: ROBARTS, Emma
MATTHEWS, James T.
b. 15 Jul 1864 Penzance, England
d. 04 Jun 1942 Salem, Oregon OLD 014-04
Beloved teacher Willamette University 1893-1942
"Dr. James T. Matthews, 78, at a local hospital, Thursday. Survived by sons, Oliver V. Matthews of Salem and Donald N. Matthews of Portland, and a sister, Mrs. Emma Whealdon of Salem, and a brother, William P. Matthews of Tacoma, Wash.; also survived by two grandchildren, Ruth and James T. Matthews. Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 6, at 2 p.m. in the First Methodist church under the direction of Clough-Barrick company. Dr. Carl Sumner Knopf and Dr. J.C. Harrison will officiate. Interment will be in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Jun 6, 1942 5:1
d. 19 Nov 1941 D-04-03-04
marker found in Lee Mission but burial believed to be in Brooks Catholic Cemetery; obit--OS Nov 30, 1941 3:4
d. 21 Nov 1956 A-30-03-08
Gone but not forgotten
on marker w/Christina Mattson
"Service Set For Father of County Clerk--Charles Mattson, retired Middle Grove farmer, died Wednesday in a Salem nursing home at the age of 86.
Mattson was born in Denmark Feb. 20, 1870, and came to the U.S. at the age of 9 with his parents. They settled in Wisconsin, where Mattson and Christina Peterson were married. They came to Oregon in 1914 and Mattson farmed in the Middle Grove district until 1927, when he retired and moved to Salem. His wife died in 1926.
He was a member of First Baptist Church.
He leaves a son, Henry Mattson, Marion County clerk; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Fromm, Aurora, and Miss Silvia and Miss Frances Mattson, both of Salem; and two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 Saturday in Howell-Edwards chapel, Dr. Lloyd P. Anderson officiating. Burial will be in Jason Lee Cemetery." OS Nov 22, 1956 2:1
b. 06 Oct 1880
d. 18 Dec 1926 A-30-03-07
on marker w/Charles Mattson
"Died in this city Saturday, Dec. 18, Mrs. Christina Mattson, age 46 years, wife of Charles Mattson, mother of Mrs. Robert Fromm of Gervais, Sylvia, Henry and Frances Mattson, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Peterson. Funeral services Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. from Rigdon mortuary. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 19, 1926 5:6-7 d/o Anton & Mary (Christianson) Peterson per D/C #837
MATVIYENKO, Iosif Pertrovich
b. 10 Mar 1927
d. 11 Jul 2005 RC-11-14
d. 18 Feb 1922 D-23-01-05
"Mauer--In this city, Saturday, Feb. 18, Michael Mauer, brother of Ezra Mauer of Portland. Funeral services Wednesday at 1:30 o'clock from Rigdon's, concluding services Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Feb 20, 1922 5:2
s/o Michael & Elizabeth (Frey) Mauer per D/C #126
b. 26 Apr 1879
d. 13 Feb 1920 D-18-02-03
He that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live, Jesus
"Maurer Funeral Tuesday--The body of Otto Maurer of Snohomish, Wash., who died in that city yesterday, will arrive in Salem Monday and will be in charge of the Rigdon company. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the Evangelical church, Rev. F.W. Launer officiating. Mr. Maurer formerly lived here and was employed at the state tuberculosis hospital. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. C.B. Boggs of Salem and one brother, Ira Maurer of Canby." OS Feb 15, 1920 3:4
MAURER, Sarah Salome
b. 22 Aug 1874
d. 12 Aug 1919 D-18-02-04
"Funeral of Miss Maurer at Local Chapel Today--Funeral services will be held at the Webb & Clough chapel today for Miss Sarah Maurer, who died at a local hospital Tuesday night. The funeral will be conducted by Rev. F.W. Launer of the Chemeketa street Evangelical church of which Miss Maurer was a member and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery. Miss Maurer leaves three sisters, Miss Katherine Maurer of San Francisco, Mrs. F. Luthi of Tualatin and Mrs. M. Boggs of Salem, also three brothers, Michael Maurer and Otto Maurer of Salem and Rev. Ezra Maurer, pastor of the Evangelical church at Canby. Miss Maurer was born in Ontario." OS Aug 15, 1919 5:6-7 d/o Michael & Elizabeth (Frye) Maurer; b. Aug 22, 1873; d. from pulmonary tuberculosis per D/C #455
b. 22 Aug 1880
d. 05 May 1959 D-20-02-01
on marker w/Emily, Maynard & Minnie Maw
"Late resident of 7505 SE Evergreen St., Portland, Oregon, May 5th. Survived by wife, Emily Maw, Portland, daughter, Mrs. Lois McFee, Prineville, Ore.; sons, Russell E. Maw, Portland, Howard E. Maw, Portland. Nine grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren also survive. Services will be held Saturday, May 9th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home. Rev. Irvin R. Stewart will officiate. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS May 7, 1959 5:1
d. 1969 D-20-02-02
on marker w/Arta, Maynard & Merrill Maw
b. 01 Jul 1912
d. 11 Oct 1925 D-20-02-04
on marker w/Arta, Emily & Merrill Maw
"When the automobile of J.W. Maw of Salem was run down by an Oregon Electric train on the Fifth street crossing yesterday, Maynard Maw, 12 years old, received injuries from which he died." CJ Oct 10, 1925 5:6
"Salem Boy Is Killed In Crash With Train--Maynard Maw, 12, Is Fatally Injured Sunday--Light Car Driven by Brother Is Wrecked by OE Near Highland Station--Maynard Maw, 12, who lived with his parents at 2135 North Fourth, was injured fatally Sunday noon when the Ford `bug' in which he was riding, collided with a Portland bound Oregon Electric train at the North Fifth street crossing near the Highland school. His brother, Russell, 17, was driving the car, and was injured about the right arm and hip. As he was driving the car the steering wheel saved him from being thrown through the windshield and onto the curb.
Maynard was jolted through the windshield and struck the curb with his head, in front of the Fred F. Peters' home, into which he was taken rapidly losing consciousness. As soon as possible he was rushed to the Salem hospital, but died at 4 o'clock. The auto was tossed nearly 50 feet into a clump of rose bushes along the curb.
It is said that there were several waiting at the Highland depot to take the train, and they had signalled for the train to stop. But it was not slowed up as quickly as usual, and it is thought that Russell misgauged the speed of the train.
Mrs. J.W. Maw, mother of the boys, who was in Idaho Falls, Idaho, attending the funeral of her step mother, at the time of the accident, was notified and is returning home for the funeral of her boy, which will not be arranged until she arrives. Mr. Maw works at the Cherry City bakery. Maynard is survived by two younger brothers, Howard, 11, and Merrill, 2; a sister, aged 7; Russell, and his parents." OS Oct 13, 1925 1:2 s/o A.W. & Emma (Champlain) Maw per D/C #692
d. 14 Jul 1953 D-20-02-03
on marker w/Arta, Maynard, & Emily Maw
"Merrell Maw Dies Following Auto Accident--Merrell Maw, 29, Salem native and late resident of Prineville, died in a Redmond hospital Tuesday morning following an auto accident Saturday night.
Services will be held at the Clough-Barrick Chapel in Salem Saturday at 2 p.m. with interment at the Lee Mission Cemetery.
Salem friends of the deceased said Maw received severe head injuries when his car overturned on a highway curve just east of Redmond late Saturday. He was returning from a visit to Lost Lake.
Maw was born in Salem and lived here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Maw, now of Bend, at 2185 N. 4th St. He attended local schools, served in the Army in World War II. He left Salem about five years ago and after working in bakeries in Burns and Weed was employed as a logger at Prineville for the past two years.
Surviving, in addition to the parents, are two children, Judy and Donald, residing in Idaho; brothers, Russel (Slim) Maw of Salem and Howard of Burns; sister, Mrs. Lois McFee of Prineville." OS Jul 15, 1953 5:3
MAY, Allen J.
b. 08 Sep 1845
d. 18 Jun 1921 OLD 235-07
on marker w/Chadwick & Melinda May
"May---At a local hospital, Saturday morning, June 18, Allen J. May, age 75 years, a resident of the Hazel Green district, father of Mrs. G.G. Looney, grandfather of Guy Allen and Glenn May Looney.
Funeral services will be held Monday, June 20, at 2 o'clock, from Rigdon's, Rev. F. Fisher officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 19, 1921 5:2
MAY, Chadwick L.
b. 03 Apr 1874
d. 25 Mar 1908 OLD 235-06
The Lord is My Shepherd
on marker w/Allen & Melinda May
"C.L. May, who resided northeast of town and who died yesterday, will be buried today in City View cemetery. The funeral will be held from the church at that place and the services will be conducted by Rev. Neff, of this place." DOS Mar 26, 1908 4:4 s/o A.J. & Melinda (Bennett) May; b. Salem, OR; farmer; died of pulmonary tuberculosis; burial at Lee Mission per D/C #6332
MAY, Elsie Grace
b. 12 Apr 1913
d. 24 Dec 1913 D-10-03-07
d/o Albert F. & Freda (Schunke) May; d. of malnutrition per D/C #4398
MAY, Ida M.
d. 20 Dec 1939 A-31-03-04
"At the family residence, 820 South 14th street, December 20, Ida May, at the age of 51 years. Survived by widower, Edmund May of Salem; daughter, Mrs. Lillian Lady; granddaughter, Patricia Lady, both of Tuscon, Ariz.; sisters, Mrs. Ella Morse of Los Angeles, Miss Pearl Macy of Salem; brothers, Bert Macy of Salem, Ed and Frank Macy of Portland. Services will be held from the Walker & Howell chapel Friday, December 22, at 1:30 p.m., with Rev. E.L. Pingenot and Rev. Ernston officiating. Concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 22, 1939 12:2
MAY, Melinda B.
b. 07 Dec 1845
d. 30 Aug 1883 OLD 235-05
wife of A.J. May
on marker w/Chadwick & Allen J. May
MAY, Steven Leroy
b. 12 Aug 1959 Salem, Oregon
d. 13 Aug 1959 Salem, Oregon C-43-06-05
Interment Ledger #1976 lived 25 hours
"In this city August 13th. Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Gerald May of 3281 D St. NE, Salem; grandson of Mr. William Miller & Mrs. Hazel Miller, both of Salem & Mildred Griffin, Marion Forks; brother of Stanley Allen May, Salem. Private Services will be held Friday August 14th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T Rigdon Co. Concluding Services at Lee Mission Cemetery." CJ Aug 13, 1959 4:8:1
b. Aug 1858
d. 29 Sep 1925 A-36-04-08
"Maynard-At the residence 525 south Nineteenth, September 29, Mrs. Adelia Maynard, age 67 years, and the wife of Martin W. Maynard, mother of Mrs. Ethel Armstrong of North Bend, Mrs. Emma Spellier, Portland; Mrs. Ina Southerlin, Vancouver, Wn.; Hyatt and George Maynard, both of Salem. Funeral services from the residence at 2 p.m. this afternoon, interment in Lee Mission cemetery under direction of the Rigdon mortuary." CJ Sep 30, 1925 7:7
MAYNARD, Martin W.
b. Jan 1855
d. 28 Jul 1931 A-36-04-07
"At the residence, 1864 Bellvue street, July 28, Martin W. Maynard, aged 76. Survived by the following children: George R., Hyatt L., and Mrs. Ethel Armstrong, all of Salem, Mrs. Erma Steeler of Oakland, Calif., and Mrs. Ina Sutherland of Vancouver, Washington. Funeral services Thursday, July 30, 1:30 from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son, Reverend J.D. Howe officiating. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 29, 1931 5:3
MCADAMS, Harvey F.
b. 08 Sep 1827
d. 08 Apr 1907 D-09-01-01
"Extended Fast Ends In Eternal Rest--Harvey McAdams Who Ate Nothing For Forty-Five Days Passes Away--Yesterday morning at 11:30 o'clock, Harvey F. McAdams, who has broken all previously known records by fasting forty-five days, passed to his eternal rest. While the aged man's fast was not a voluntary one, it was none the less interesting, showing as it did the wonderful tenacity with which he clung to life. The illness, which preceded the long fast, began last Thanksgiving day, when gangrene manifested itself upon one of his toes that had previously been bruised. A surgical operation did not check the ravages of the malady, but it was only when his system became thoroughly filled with the disease, that the remarkable phase of it presented itself in his aversion to food. For forty five days he has eaten no food and from a medium-sized man wasted to a veritable skeleton, having lost at least seventy-five pounds in weight during his fast.
He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, seventy-nine years ago, and lived in several of the states before coming to Oregon a few years ago, and engaging in farming in the vicinity of Salem. Besides his son, at whose home he died, at 1298 North Commercial street, he leaves a wife who was with during his illness.
The funeral will be held from the home at 1:30 this afternoon, the Rev. W.H. Selleck conducting the services. Interment will be made at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 9, 1907 1:3 s/o William & Emilie (Folsom) McAdams; b. Glascoe, Scotland; died of senile gangrene per D/C #3421
b. Jan 1879
d. 03 Sep 1920 OLD 130-06
"Passes Away Last Night--Mrs. Henrietta McAdam died at 10:30 last night at her home, East Center street. She is survived by her husband, Ralph McAdam, two sisters, Gertrude Savage of Salem, and Mrs. Amelia C. Riely of New York, and two brothers, Lute Savage and Robert Savage of Salem." OS Sep 4, 1920 3:5 d/o Morgan L. & Ellen (Presley) Savage; w/o Ralph R. McAdam per D/C #601
b. 26 Feb 1908
d. 26 Feb 1908 OLD 146-10
s/o W.P. & M. (Simons) Adams of 23rd & Lee St., Salem, OR.; born & died Feb 26, 1908 per D/C #6011; note name on D/C listed as Adams, cemetery lists show as McAdams
MCADAMS, Mary A.
b. May 1830
d. 05 Apr 1912 OLD 229-01
"M'Adams--At the Old Peoples' Home, Saturday, April 6, 1912, Mary A. McAdams, aged 81 years, eleven months and four days.
The funeral will be held at the Rigdon undertaking parlors at 2:30 today, Rev. Avison officiating. Interment will take place in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 7, 1912 3:3
MCADAMS, Tina Marie
b. 16 Aug 1970
d. 20 May 2014 RC-32-13
MCAFEE, Effie D.
b. 24 Oct 1873
d. 23 Nov 1957 A-31-02-05
"Mrs. McAfee of Quaker Church Dies--Mrs. Effie Lynch McAfee, long active the world over in the Religious Society of Friends and resident of Salem since 1949, died Saturday in a Salem hospital at the age of 84.
Mrs. McAfee had been to Europe on 22 occasions on relief work and lecture engagements. Born in Butterworth Station, Ohio in 1873, she was graduated from the University of Michigan in 1897.
She married James Renwick McAfee in 1905. He was a building contractor in New York until his death in 1923. One of her first positions after graduating from college was as principal of a New York city high school.
After World War I she worked with relief organizations in Vienna feeding starving children. She later assisted in relief work in Palestine and Egypt.
In 1925 she accepted a teaching position at Hunters College in New York where she remained for five years. Another six years were devoted to helping refugees under the early Hitler rule.
After an extended tour of Asia, where she lectured and visited with relief organizations, she returned to this country. Shortly after World War II she visited in Salem with a daughter, Nancy McAfee. Then in 1949 she moved here. She lived at 1185 24th St. NE.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Edward Andrews, Portland, and Mrs. Walter Beck, Toronto, Canada; one brother, Henry T. Danforth, Kansas City, Mo.; and several nieces and nephews, including Dean Robert Gregg of Willamette University.
Private services will be Tuesday at 3 p.m. in W.T. Rigdon chapel with interment at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 24, 1957 1:3
See: WOLBERG, Ida
MCBROOM, Jalie G.
b. 26 Aug 1843
d. 12 Apr 1923 A-39-03-06
on marker w/Philip G. McBroom
"McBroom--Mrs. Jalie McBroom died at 1345 Broadway street, April 12, 1923, at the age of 79 years. Mrs. McBroom is survived by one grandson, Rowland McBroom of Pilot Rock, Oregon. Funeral services will be held in the Jason Lee church April 14, at 3:30 p.m. Rev. Acheson will conduct the services. Interment will be in the Jason Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 14, 1923 5:5 d/o Alexander & Eliz. (Hendricks) McRae; w/o Philip G. McBroom per D/C #278
MCBROOM, Philip G.
d. 18 Jul 1911 A-39-03-05
on marker w/Jalie G. McBroom
"M'Broom--Phillip C. McBroom, aged 83 years and 11 months, died Tuesday morning at 8:30 at his home in the Rosedale district, of heart failure.
The funeral will be held Thursday at 10 o'clock from the Friends church, the Rev. Mr. Jasper, Methodist min-ister, conducting the services. The services are held in the Friends church because of its proximity to the burial grounds. He leaves a widow.
He was nearing his eighty-fourth birthday and had been in excellent health until within a few minutes of his death. He was especially strong and hearty for a man of his age; he did his own work, and was a regular attendant till the last, of the little Methodist church at Rosedale, which was one of the chief attractions of his life. The funeral will be conducted at the Friend's church, Rosedale, Thursday morning, July 20, at 10 o'clock a.m., and he will be buried in the grave yard near there." DOS Jul 19, 1911 2:3
d. 03 Sep 1953 A-27-03-04
"Isabell McCall, late resident of Salem, Sept. 3. Sister of Mrs. A. Jackson, Salem. Private services Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 10:30 a.m. in W.T. Rigdon Chapel with concluding services at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Sep 5, 1953 4:7
MCCALL, Vesta L.
d. 31 May 1938 OLD 088-04
"In Portland May 31, Mrs. Vesta McCall, 57, late resident of 5815 NE Failing street, Portland. Sister of George McCall and Mrs. A. Jackson of Salem, Miss Isabelle McCall of Portland and Mrs. Dosia Wilson of Castle Rock, Colo. Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon company chapel Friday, June 3, at 2 p.m. Committal services, Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Guy L. Drill will officiate." OS Jun 3, 1938 9:1 [also listed at OLD 128-03 but plot map says OLD 88-04 and headstone is at that location]
MCCARTHY, Frieda Irene
b. Mar 1908
d. 06 Mar 1966 A-28-02-02
Our dearest aunt
Daughter of Clara & Robert
"Services will be 10:30 a.m. Thurs-day in the Howell-Edwards Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Frieda Irene McCarthy, 56, of 1032 Elm St. NW, who died Monday in a Salem hospital following a brief illness.
A native of Lyons, Kan., she moved to Salem from Washington State in 1932. She was a member of the Salem First Christian Church.
Surviving are brothers Carroll, Ralph and Willard Sharpe, all of Salem; and sister Mrs. Marcella Middleton, Sweet Home.
Dr. J. Maurice Thompson will officiate services. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Mar 9, 1966 12:3
d. 11 May 1949 C-46-02-02
D/C : #5342 Marion Co
RI : #1635
"In this city May 11 Robert McClain, late resident of 650 Locust street, at the age of 68 years. Graveside services will be held in the Lee Mission cemetery, Saturday, May 14, at 1:30 p.m. under the direction of W.T. Rigdon company." CJ May 13, 1949 17:8
d. 1968 RA-53-03
MCCLINTIC, F. M.
d. 28 Sep 1925 OLD 210-05
male; age 74yrs; widowed; died of chronic valvular disease of the heart at Oregon State Penitentiary per D/C #653
MCCOSH, Robert James
d. 19 Aug 1954 C-43-05-11
Interment Record #1849
b. 08 Jul 1913
d. 08 Jul 1913 OLD 110-15
stillborn; burial Jul 10, 1913 by A.M. Clough per Record of Interment #609
MCCRAE, Marlon Jeataun
b. 18 Sep 1980
d. 12 Mar 2016 RC-35-03
"Memorial service at 1:00 PM Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at Seed of Faith Ministries, 1230 Winter Street NE. Assisting the family is Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [Statesman Journal March 18, 2016]
d. 08 Oct 1902 N/A
"Young Lady Passes Away---After a Protracted Illness of Tuberculosis of the Spine---Came To This City From Lostine One Year Ago To Obtain Medical Relief, But Of No Avail--The Funeral Will Be Today--After a protracted illness, Miss Polly McCubbin, aged 22 years, passed away at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. McCubbin, No. 228 Church street, yesterday, at 12 o'clock.
The former home of the family was at Lostine, Wallowa county, but they came to Salem about a year ago, where the young lady, who was then ill, might have the benefit of the best medical skill. Her condition did not improve, and for nearly a year she had been unable to leave her bed. During the past week she had grown steadily worse, until the end came, consumption of the spine being the immediate cause of death.
She was a cousin of Mrs. S.W. Minturn, of this city, and there is a large circle of friends who are saddened at the news of her untimely death. She leaves a father and mother and four sisters.
The funeral will take place at 2 p.m. today, and the remains will be interred in Lee Mission Cemetery, with short services at the grave." DOS Oct 9, 1902 3:2
MCCULLOUGH, Frank E.
b. 20 Apr 1913
d. 30 Nov 1994 RA-30-06
m'd October 11, 1974
on marker w/Ruth E. McCullough
"Frank E. McCullough, 81, of Salem died Wednesday in Salem.
He was born in Avilla, Mo. He was a resident of Seattle and Salem before moving to Alaska. He worked as a Greyhound bus driver in Alaska until his retirement in 1971. On Nov. 11, 1974, he married, Ruth Henson in Fair-banks, Alaska. In March 1977, he moved to Salem.
He was a member of Englewood United Methodist Church in Salem.
Survivors include his wife; sons, Gerald McCullough of St. Louis, Mo., and Frank Sperber of Valley, Wash.; daughters, Ann Schulke of Florida and Caris Gile of Idaho; sister, Elsie Fosdick of Springfield, Mo.; brothers, Otis of Portland and William of Walla Walla, Wash.; and seven grandchildren.
Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Friday in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
Contributions may be made to the church at 1110 17th St. NE, Salem, Ore. 97301 or a charity of choice." SJ Dec 1, 1994 4B:3
MCCULLOUGH, Ruth E.
d. Reserved RA-30-06
on marker w/Frank E. McCullough
MCCURDY, Claude Jay
d. 19 Jun 1937 D-17-04-05
d. 19 Jun 1938, age 60 from neoplasm; burial Jun 22, 1938 per Record of Interment #1555
MCCURDY, Lillian M.
b. Jan 1858
d. 08 Mar 1935 D-17-04-07
on marker w/Thomas J. McCurdy
"At the residence at Newport, Friday, March 8, Mrs. Lillian McCurdy. Survived by husband, T. Jay McCurdy; children: Claude, Newport; Mrs. William Foster, Salem; Mrs. Lillian James, California; Clifford and Clarence McCurdy and Mrs. Bertha Rickman. Survived also by 28 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services Monday, March 11, at 10 a.m. from the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company." OS Mar 9, 1935 3:1
MCCURDY, Thomas J.
b. 11 Dec 1851
d. 12 Feb 1942 D-17-04-06
on marker w/Lillian M. McCurdy
"Thomas J. McCurdy, 91, died Wednesday at the home of his daughter, 1045 North 5th street. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Will Foster, Salem, Mrs. Bertha Richmond, Milford, Mich., Mrs. Lillian James, Newbury, Calif.; two sons, Clarence and Clifford McCurdy, both of Milford, Mich.; 28 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. from Rose Lawn chapel, with Rev. Edward Allen and Rev. Frank Stanard offici-ating. Concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 14, 1942 5:1 s/o Thomas & Sarah (Lockwood) McCurdy per D/C #132
MCDANIEL, Anthony Jr.
b. 31 Jan 1977 Portland, Oregon
d. 24 Dec 2015 RC-09-04
"Anthony Lance McDaniel, 38, was born January 31, 1977 in Portland, OR. Anthony Lance loves his family and friends. Everything he did was for his children. He enjoyed Cadillacs, camping and the beach. Lance always knew how to make us laugh. He loved joking around. He's the one who held our family together. He is loved by many. He is survived by his parents Anthony and Velia, his sisters, Janice and Antoinette; his wife, Wendie; and children, Monique, LeBron and Myra. His nieces and nephews, Amaydaysha, Amaree, Aaliyah, Semiyah, Keiarie, Lorenze, Garrett, and Tony; his brothers-in-law, Jason and Semaron; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and his one and only brother from another mother, Big Mando. Rest easy my love.
"Viewing and a Rosary will be Thursday from 3pm - 5pm at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. A Funeral Service will be at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service, Saturday, January 2 at 1:00 pm." [Statesman Journal December 30, 2015]
MCDANIEL, Anthony Sr.
d. Reserved RC-09-01
d. Reserved RC-09-02
d. Reserved RC-09-03
MCDONALD, James A.
d. 24 Apr 1982 RA-20-04
on marker w/Mary E. McDonald
"James Andrew McDonald, 77, of 4902 Portland Road NE, died Saturday at a local nursing home.
A native of Avon, S.D., he moved to Salem 30 years ago. He was a retired television repairman. He also had worked at the Oregon State Hospital and other state institutions.
Survivors include his wife, Mary E.; daughters, Pauline St. Pierre, Irvine, Calif.; Donna Fox, Salem; Janice McDonald, Fairbanks, Alaska; and Judith Brothers, Salem; son, Newell, Camas Valley; brother, Owen, Alexandria, Va.; sister, Emma Pearson, Sturgis, S.D.; 20 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Barrick mortuary, with private family interment in the Lee Mission Cemetery.
The family suggests contributions to the Garden Road Christian Church, 4059 Market St. NE Salem 97301." SJ Apr 26, 1982 6A:4-5
MCDONALD, Mary E.
d. Reserved RA-20-03
on marker w/James A. McDonald
d. Reserved RA-47-01
MCDOWELL, Delores M.
b. 09 Dec 1930
d. Reserved RA-44-05
m'd 16 Jun 1951
Beloved wife & mother
on marker w/James H. McDowell
d. Reserved RA-44-08
MCDOWELL, James H.
b. 13 Aug 1930
d. 07 Jul 1970 RA-44-06
m'd 16 Jun 1951
Beloved husband & father
on marker w/Delores M. McDowell
"James H. McDowell, 39, 4696 Orchard Heights Road NW, died Tuesday in Salem hospital while being treated for a brain tumor.
He was the manager of Van Waters and Rogers, Albany, fertilizer plant. He was a member of IOOF and served in the Naval Reserve. He was born in Salem and spent his entire life there, graduating from Salem High School. He was a member of FFA and a Star Farmer in that organization. He was also a member of Jason Lee United Methodist Church.
Survivors include the widow Delores M.; sons Timothy J., and David T. and daughters Penny M., Rebecca D. and Rachel J., all at home; mother Mrs. Ines M. McDowell, Salem; brother Armon, Portland.
Services are pending at the Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Jul 8, 1970 II:20:3
d. Reserved RA-44-06
d. 1988 RA-55-
b. 09 Sep 1825
d. 05 Mar 1908 D-14-03-06
"M'Fadden--At the Salem hospital Thursday, March 5, 1908, at 10 o'clock in the evening, William McFadden, aged 82 of hemorrhage.
The deceased was well-known here, and there survive him his wife, Mrs. Susan McFadden of Salem; his daughters, Mrs. M.J. Scott of Portland; Mrs. Hattie Whitney, of Monmouth, and Mrs. Flora E. Wright, of Seattle. He has two brothers, Wm. H. and F.F. McFadden, living in Portland. The funeral was held yesterday at Rigdon's undertaking parlors, Rev. David Errett, of the Christian church, officiating. Interment was made in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 7, 1908 6:6 b. IN; farmer; died of lagrippe per D/C #6294
b. 18 Jul 1884
d. 08 Apr 1904 OLD 113-06
"McFarlane--At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ross, 372 Water street, Salem, Oregon, Friday, April 8, 1904, at 8 a.m., Mrs. Jennie Swarts McFar-lane, aged 20 years, 8 months and 25 days, of enlargement of the liver.
Deceased was the daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Swarts, now of Portland. She was born in this city and spent her entire lifetime here and at Turner. Besiders her mother, she leaves a brother, Walter Swarts, of this city, and five sisters, Mrs. D.B. Janzen, of Portland: Mrs. T.A. Dunn, of Dallas; Mrs. Fred Collins, Of Hayesville, and the Misses Dora and Edith Swarts, of Portland, to mourn her untimely death. Mrs. McFarlane had many friends in Salem and surrounding country who will be grieved to learn of her sad demise.
The funeral will be held from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, and the fun-eral sermon will be preached by Elder D. Errett, of the First Christian church. Interment will be had at the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 9, 1904 4:4 d/o Alonzo Swarts; b. Salem, OR; housewife; died of cancer of liver with contributing cause of carcinoma of legs per D/C #484
MCGEE, Shannon Gilly
b. 07 May 1963
d. 13 May 1963 C-40-04-04E
child of Gerald Edward & Shirley Joan (Rolling) McGee
marker lists entire family, although not all are buried at Lee Mission
buried at the foot of Sanford Snyder grave
MCGEE, Shawn Gilly
b. 07 May 1963
d. 10 May 1963 C-40-04-04E
child of Gerald Edward & Shirley Joan (Rolling) McGee
marker lists entire family, although not all are buried at Lee Mission
buried at the foot of Sanford Snyder grave
MCGRATH, Frank E.
b. 09 Aug 1909
d. 03 Sep 1923 D-02-04-06
"Funeral Held For Francis M'Grath--Citizens Contribute Flowers and Money for Burial of Race Victim--Quiet and simple funeral services were held for Francis St. Elmo McGrath, 14, from the Rigdon chapel at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The services were in charge of Rev. H.E. Pemberton and were attended by a great many sympathetic and interested women. Special floral wreaths were placed upon the casket. Interment was in Lee Mission cemetery.
The lad was killed during the last auto race of the day at Lone Oak track on Labor day, when he and a boy companion left the inside of the course and attempted to cross to the other side. They failed to see the speeding racing machines, which were partially obscured by dust. His companion escaped uninjured.
Contributions left at the Spa yesterday toward paying the funeral expense totaled $85.60, according to F.G. Myers, who counted the money deposited at closing time last night. The total expense of the funeral was $130." OS Sep 7, 1923 5:6 See also: OS Sep 4, 1923 1:6-8 s/o Maurice F. & Carrie N. (George) McGrath of Port-land; brother of Roscoe McGrath per D/C #594
d. 06 Nov 1913 Salem, Oregon C-48-03-03
Record of Interment #624
D/C #3959 James McGuire, single; 58yrs; farmer & blacksmith; died from heart disease
MCILVENNA, Lorena Smith
d. 10 Nov 1987 RA-28-08
Loving wife & mother
d. 08 Aug 1974 RA-28-07
"McIlvenna, Robert, the Rev.--In this city, Aug 8, 1974, the Reverend Robert McIlvenna; husband of Lorene McIlvenna; father of Mrs. Glenn Golihur, Dr. Raymond and the Reverend Ted McIlvenna; also survived by eleven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; a native of Saskatchewan, Canada, aged 79 years.
Private family services were held Friday August 9." SFC Aug 10, 1974 16:7
MCILWAIN, Otho O.
b. 1864 IN
d. 01 May 1893 OLD 136-04
"At the home of his father on North Howell prairie, at 2 p.m. Monday, May 1, 1893, from consumption, Otho McIlwain, aged 28 years.
The funeral will be conducted today at 1:30 in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS May 2, 1893 4:5
MCINTIRE, Ellen May
d. 21 Jun 1911 OLD 186-08
Infants of Warren C. & Luvena Livingston McIntire
on marker w/Ralph W. McIntire
stillborn; McMinnville, OR; per Yamhill Co. D/C #1876
b. 06 Jul 1845
d. 22 Jun 1914 OLD 186-03
wife of Rev. John McIntire
At Rest in Jesus
"McIntire-In this city, June 23, 1914, at 1 a.m.; Emma McIntire, age 68 years.
The funeral services and interment will be held in the Lee Mission cemetery at 2 p.m. today. Rev. R.N. Avison will officiate." OS Jun 24, 1914 5:5
MCINTIRE, John Rev.
b. 24 Jun 1833
d. 03 Jun 1901 OLD 186-08
He giveth his beloved rest
"Well-Known Minister Dies---Rev. John McIntyre, a superannunated minister of the Methodist church, died last night at LaFayette, Yamhill county. The remains will be brought to Salem for burial at Lee Mission cemetery Wednesday at ten o'clock. Rev. Jones will preach the funeral at LaFayette, Rev. Lockhart officiating at Salem, from the residence of Mrs. E.M. Vandervert, 171 church street." WOS Jun 6, 1901
MCINTIRE, John O.
b. 27 Jul 1834
d. 31 Oct 1917 OLD 140-01
"McIntire--In Salem, at 506 South Nineteenth street, Wednesday, October 31, 1917, John M. McIntire, 83 years old.
He died at the home of a relative, Mrs. Mary A. McIntire. The only other close surviving relative is C.P. McIntire.
The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Rigdon Funeral parlors. Rev. H.E. Stover will conduct the services and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 1, 1917 5:3
b. 15 Sep 1844
d. 16 May 1907 OLD 140-03
"M'Intire--Thursday, May 17, 1907, at the family home at Eighteenth and Bellevue streets, Salem, Ore., Mrs. Josephine McIntire, the wife of John McIntire, aged 53 years and 6 months.
The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hamilton, pioneers of Polk county. She resided there many years, and was married there to Mr. McIntire, later living near Whitney, but for the past nine years being a resident of Salem. Besides her husband, she leaves one sister, Mrs. David Gomson of Eugene, and a brother James Hamilton of Oregon City. She had been in frail health for some time past, but only gave up the active management of her household affairs a few days previous to her death. She was a member of the First Methodist church, and a woman of many Christian virtues, who will be sadly missed in the circles in which she moved.
The funeral will be held from the house at 1:30 p.m., today, Rev. W.H. Selleck conducting the services. Interment will be made at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS May 18, 1907 4:6 d/o Wilson Hamilton; housewife; died of diabetes per D/C #3712
MCINTIRE, Melvin E.
d. 07 Nov 1881 OLD 187-04
"McIntyre--At Hubbard, Oregon, Nov. 7, 1881, of Congestive Chill, Melvin E., only son of Rev. John & Emma McIntyre, aged one year, ten months and twenty-two days.
Melvin was one of the most lovely buds ever seen in earth's garden, and it was fondly hoped he would bloom into a lovely flower and bear a precious fruitage on earth. But God chose otherwise and suddenly transplanted the beautiful promise to fairer climes where rude winds do not blow, and blight, and frost never comes.
We commend this sorrowing family to the prayers and sympathy of all God's people. J.N.D." PCA Dec 1, 1881 5:2
MCINTIRE, Ralph Warren
b. 20 Sep 1905
d. 20 Sep 1905 OLD 186-08
Infants of Warren & Luvena L. McIntire
on marker w/Ellen May McIntire
s/o Warren C. & Luvena (Livingston) McIntire; died after 5 1/2 hrs at Lafayette, Yamhill Co., OR per Yamhill Co. D/C #1047
MCINTYRE, Charles F.
b. 06 May 1847
d. 13 Nov 1897 OLD 117-03
b. NY; late resident of Hampton, ND; age 50; burial Nov 20, 1897 per Record of Interment #242
MCINTYRE, Henry M.
d. 07 Jul 1923 A-43-02-04
"McIntyre--At the residence, 527 Center street, Saturday, July 7, Henry M. McIntyre, age 51 years, husband of Ora F. McIntyre, father of the Misses Gladys Adeline and Orma Leila McIntyre. Also survived by three brothers, Edward and John McIntyre of Rolette, N. Dak., and Duncan McIntyre of Hardisty, Alberta, Canada, one sister, Mrs. C.H. Shobbrook of Clearwater, Idaho. Mr. McIntyre was a member of the AF & AM at Glasgow, Montana. Announcement of funeral will be made later from the Rigdon mortu-ary." OS Jul 8, 1923 5:3
MCKAY, M. B.
d. 09 Aug 1988 N/A
MCKINNON, Bryan Keith
b. 30 Sep 1966
d. 23 Jun 1992 RA-18-10
on marker w/Stephen Craig McKinnon
"Bryan Keith McKinnon of Northwest Portland died Tuesday in a Portland hospital of injuries he suffered in a fall. He was 25.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Northwest Portland. Disposition was by cremation with interment in the Pioneer Cemetery in Salem.
He was born Sept. 30, 1966, in Salem.
Survivors include his parents, Michael and Carol of Portland; sister, Christine McKinnon Grube of Portland, and grandparents, Howard and Elizabeth Hicks of Salem.
A brother, Stephen, died in 1988.
The family suggests that remembrances be contributions to the Tree of Learning High School Building Campaign, 708 S.W. Third Ave. #400, Portland, 97204 or Oregon Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 161 High St., Suite 212, Salem, 97301." Oreg Jun 25, 1992 C4:2
MCKINNON, Michael Anson
b. 04 Jul 1943 Ogden, Utah
d. 26 Nov 2014 Salem, Oregon RA-18-22
Michael Anson McKinnon passed away on November 26th, 2014 at home in Salem, Oregon at age 71. Mike was born on July 4th, 1943 in Ogden, Utah to parents Elizabeth Hicks and Anson McKinnon. He was raised by Elizabeth and his stepfather Howard (Tuffy) Hicks in Salem. Mike was pre-deceased by his two sons, Stephen and Bryan McKinnon. He is survived by his daughter, Christine Grube and grandchildren, Katherine and Miles Grube of Portland, Oregon; sister, Kathy Mask of Scappoose, Oregon; brother, David Hicks of Las Vegas, Nevada; and his large, loving extended family. He graduated from Serra Catholic High School in Salem and received his Bachelors of Science from the University of Oregon with honors. He was a promising baseball player in his youth, enjoyed music and was a caring and loving father and grandfather. He won the affection of all who knew him.Memorial Service will be held 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 6th, 2014 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. 605 Commercial St. SE Salem, Oregon 97301.[Statesman Journal, Decemeber 3, 2014]
MCKINNON, Stephen Craig
b. 30 Sep 1966
d. 30 Jun 1988 RA-18-10
on marker w/Bryan Keith McKinnon
"Stephen Craig McKinnon, 21, of Salem drowned June 30 near Independence.
He was born in Salem and was a longtime resident of Portland. He attended Lincoln High School, Port-land, and the Tree of Learning High School, Portland. He moved to Salem two years ago. He enjoyed downhill skiing, and he played baseball in high school.
Survivors include his mother, Carol of Portland; father, Michael, of Salem; brother, Bryan, of Portland; sister, Christine McKinnon Grube, of Tacoma, Wash.; and grandparents, Elizabeth and Howard Hicks of Salem.
Graveside services will begin at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.
Contributions may be made to Twin Studies Research program at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Washington, D.C., in care of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 1901 N. Fort Myer Drive, Suite 500, Arlington, Va. 22209." SJ Jul 8, 1988 2B:5
MCLAIN, Irene Daisy
d. 04 Nov 1985 N/A
"Irene Daisy McLain, 86, of 1379 15th St. NE, died Monday.
She was born in Pleasantville, Iowa, and moved to Oregon in 1928. She was a member of the Lancaster Bible Church.
Survivors include husband, Theodore; three children; brother, James Rehele, Salem; sisters, Hazel Haash, Davis, Calif., Ina Pippin, Omaha, Neb.
The casket will be open from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. today and 9 a.m. noon Friday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Lancaster Bible Church." SJ Nov 7, 1985 2B:4
MCLAUGHLIN, Baby Boy
b. 31 Aug 1953 Salem, Oregon
d. 31 Aug 1953 Salem, Oregon C-43-04-21
Interment Record #1819; stillborn; male; died 31 Aug 1953, last residence 1054 Howard St; nearest relative John G. McLaughlin; burial Sep 2, 1953
MCLEOD, Dora Lee
b. 12 Oct 1861
d. 27 Jun 1918 D-03-02-05
on marker w/Malcomb S. McLeod
"McLeod--At her home, 2604 Hazel avenue, Salem, Oregon, June 28, 1918 Mrs. M.S. McLeod.
Besides her husband she is survived by two children, a son, Alva B. McLeod in the army at Fort McDowell, and a daughter, Mrs. Mary Ferrell, of Portland. A sister also survives, Mrs. Retta Pemberton of this city. The funeral services will be held Monday morning July 1, at the Highland Friends church and will be conducted by the Rev. H.F. Pemberton of the South Salem Friends church and the Rev. Mrs. Josephine Hockett. Burial will be in the Jason Lee cemetery. The funeral arrangements are in charge of the Terwilliger Home." CJ Jun 29, 1918 10:3
MCLEOD, Malcomb S.
d. 1936 D-03-02-06
on marker w/Dora Lee McLeod
d. 21 May 1970 N/A
MCMILAN, Zeldra Abena
b. 01 Dec 1894
d. 29 Mar 1977 RA-19-12
"Zeldra Abena McMilan, 82, of 609 Greenwood Drive NE, died Tuesday in a Salem nursing home.
A native of McKinney, Tex., she attended New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and moved here three years ago from Weston, Mass. She was a soloist in several churches and gave concerts for charity.
Surviving are sisters, Fanalow Wilbanks, Salem, Gertrude Bishop, Mountainair, N.M., and Matilda Cooper, El Segundo, Calif.
Graveside services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Jason Lee Cemetery. Virgil T. Golden mortuary is in charge. The family suggests contributions to the Willamette University School of Music." OS Mar 31, 1977 6:7
d. 04 Apr 1894 OLD 115-06
"McMillan---At 4 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, April 4th, of pneumonia, William McMillan, of Pittsburg, Kansas.
The deceased arrived in this city on Tuesday morning via the California express, at the time being in a precarious condition having experienced a severe chill on Sunday which rapidly developed into a pronounced case of pneumonia. He was taken from the train directly to the homelike boarding house at 432 Ferry street opposite the state blind school. Despite all that could be done for him in the way of medical aid death came at the hour above stated.
The deceased had been blind for many years, was 61 years of age, and had accompanied his sister and her husband, D.A. Brown, to the Northwest in behalf of his health. He was a student and employee in the institute for the blind at Philadelphia for over forty five years.
The funeral will take place from the residence at 2 p.m. today, and inter-ment will be at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 5, 1894 4:5
MCNAMAR, Elmer E.
d. 06 Nov 1920 A-35-02-01
died from arteriosclerosis; age 58; burial Nov 8, 1920 per Record of Interment #813
MCNAMAR, Eva Mandana
b. 07 Oct 1870
d. 31 Oct 1943 A-35-02-02
"In this city October 31, Eva Mandana McNamar, late resident of Dallas, at the age of 74. Survived by a son, Earl McNamar of Willamina, Ore.; a brother, G. Wallace Armstrong of Salem; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Thursday, November 4, at 3 p.m. from the chapel of the Rose Lawn Funeral home. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 2, 1943 5:1 widow; b. MI; d. OSH; d/o Alvin & Esther (Wallace) Armstrong per D/C #944
MCRAE, Letha L.
b. 23 Nov 1920
d. 31 Aug 1981 RA-23-01
Mom & Grandma
"Services for Letha L. McRae, 60, of 3910 27th Ave. SE, who died Monday in a car accident on the Salem-Dallas Highway, will be at 1 p.m. today at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Ceme-tery.
She was a lifelong resident of Salem, and had worked eight years for the state Motor Vehicles Division until the early 1860s.
Survivors include her husband, Lewis E., Salem; daughters, Gloria McRae, Dallas, and Susan Richardson, Salem; brother, Lyle D. Cave, Salem; and four grandchildren.
The family suggests contributions to the McRae Park Fund of Northeast Salem, in care of the mortuary." SJ Sep 3, 1981 18A:3
d. Reserved RA-23-02
d. Reserved RA-23-03
MCRAE, Richard Lewis "Dick"
d. 19 Jun 1978 RA-23-04
Had faith in human potential
"Richard Lewis McRae, 35, 1045 20th St. NE, died Monday at his residence.
Born in Salem, he lived here all his life. He attended Pringle Grammar School, Leslie Junior High and South Salem High schools. He received a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling from University of Oregon. He attended University of New Mexico where he received a degree in architecture. He was employed at the State Department of Transportation as a planner.
Survivors include wife, Edith E.; sons Mathau Seth and Matthew Aaron, both Salem; parents, Lewis E. and Lethal McRae, Salem; sisters Gloria Diane McRae and Susan Joy Richardson, both Salem.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Barrick mortuary and interment in Jason Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 21, 1978 3B:5
MEATTE, Mildred E.
d. 12 Oct 1950 C-17-04-07
Interment Record #1707
"Mrs. Mildred Meatte, late resident of 438 S. 22nd st., at a local hospital, October 12. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. C.R. Wilson, Portland, and Mrs. Leon Yearwood, Eugene; a son, M.L. Meatte, Hood River; two brothers, C.J. Martin and Lester Martin, both in Tennessee; and seven grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday, Oct-ober 14, at 1:30 p.m. at the Clough-Barrick chapel with the Rev. Lloyd T. Anderson officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 14, 1950 9:3
MEDBURY, James Nelson
d. 29 Oct 1905 REMOVED
"Good Man Gone--James Nelson Medbury, Who Died on Sunday At His Home.--He Was A Lineal Descendant of Roger Williams, Founder of Rhode Island--Had Been a California Miner and a Coast Resident for Fifty-three Years.--James Nelson Medbury, who died at his home on the Garden Road on Sunday morning last, was aged 76 years.
He was a lineal descendant of Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island. He was born at East Providence, Rhode Island, known at that time as Sekonk, Mass. The boundary line between the two states was not settled until 1863.
The home of young Medbury was broken up when he was fifteen years of age by the death of his mother. When he left home he went to work for a tavern-keeper who tried to induce him to drink, but he had taken a vow, and he was a total abstainer during his entire life.
He worked in Rhode Island until he was 21, when, with his next younger brother, he went to California. He worked in the Middle mines in Toullumne county, in that state, and discovered and developed some rich claims. He was several times on the point of making a large fortune in mining, but his trusting nature, gave the opportunities which were his to others. He was fifty-three years a resident of this coast, with the exception of one year. He remained in California until eighteen years ago when he returned to his old home at East Providence, Rhode Island, remaining there a year, after which he came to Oregon and brought the Ogle place on the Garden Road, just east of Salem and in the suburbs of this city. It is a part of the Gilbert donation claim.
The deceased was a confiding, generous man. He had always taken a great interest in politics. He cast his first vote, for the `Knownothing'- candidate for president, his second for John C. Freemont, his third for Abraham Lincoln and his last for Theodore Roosevelt.
Mr. Medbury was upright and honest and a good neighbor, as is testified to by all who knew him well.
He leaves one brother, Daniel, two years his senior, in Rhode Island; one sister, two years younger, Miss Phebe R. Medbury, at the home place on the Garden Road, and another brother, Rev. A.R. Medbury whose home is in Jenkintown, one of the most beautiful suburbs of Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. Medbury has been at the home place on the Garden Road for a year and a half in order to be with his brother in his last sickness. After the business of the estate is settled up he will return to his home in Pennsylvania." DOS Nov 2, 1905 6:3 body buried Feb 15, 1906; prior to that it had laid embalmed in the undertaking parlors since death. Sister had intended selling property and taking body back to Connecticut with her. Body to be exhumed at later date for removal to New England per article DOS Feb 16, 1906
d. 20 Jul 1951 Salem, Oregon C-46-03-19
Interment Record #1731
"Services for Harry Meeker Set Monday--Funeral services will be held Monday for Harry Meeker, 65, who died Friday at his home, 650 Locust st., Salem.
Meeker, cousin of Mrs. Claude Johnson and Mrs. Harry Lemire, both of Salem route 7, came to Salem 40 years ago from Iowa. For a short time he worked near Spokane, Wash. Meeker had been an invalid for many years following an accident to his legs in Washington.
He is also survived by a brother, Lloyd Meeker of Portland.
The Rev. Dudley Strain will officiate at the services and burial will be at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 22, 1951 6:3 Father of Mrs. Claude Johnson per OS Jul 21, 1951 9:2
MEESKE, Emil C.
b. 27 Dec 1891
d. 07 Aug 1962 A-41-02-03
Oregon PFC Infantry World War I
"Services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at W.T. Rigdon Chapel for Emil Meeske, 70, who was found dead Friday afternoon at his home on 5653 Angle Drive NE. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery.
Death apparently followed a stroke, according to Marion County coroner's office.
A native of Minnesota he came to this area after World War I. He was unmarried. Four nephews survive, including Edwin H. Meeske of Salem, William J. Uppendahl of Gervais and Robert E. Uppendahl of Corvallis." OS Aug 12, 1962 I:6:1
MEESKE, Fred A.
d. 03 Aug 1921 A-41-02-01
on marker w/Wilhemina Meeske
"The funeral service of Fred A. Meeske, who died early Wednesday morning at his home four miles east of Salem, will be held Monday afternoon at two o'clock from the 16th street Lutheran church, Rev. Barlanck officiating. Interment will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of Webb & Clough, local undertakers." SJ Aug 5, 1921 5:8
d. 20 Sep 1928 A-41-02-02
on marker w/Fred A. Meeske
"Meeske--At the home, four miles east of Salem, early Thursday, Sept-ember 20, Mrs. Wilhelmine Meeske, age 72 years, mother of Will Meeske, of Minnesota, Amelia Uppendohl of Woodburn, Louis Meeske, of Vernonia, Ore., Emil and Lillian Meeske of Salem; sister of Charley Arndt, of Millford, N.Y., and Mrs. A.W. Krengel, of St. Paul, Minn. Funeral services Satur-day, Sept. 22, at 1:30 p.m., from the St. Johns church, 16th and A streets, the Rev. H.W. Gross officiating, interment in Lee Mission cemetery. The remains are at the Rigdon Mortuary." OS Sep 21, 1928 6:6
MENEAR, Jack Norman
b. 13 Apr 1927
d. 22 Apr 1982 RA-41-11
"Jack Norman Menear, 55, of 354 Sandy Drive N. died Thursday in Salem Hospital Memorial Unit after a brief illness.
He was born in Bend and had lived here 37 years. He was an electrician at Boise Cascade and a veteran of Navy service in the Pacific in World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; daughters, Delores Morehead and Phyllis Celler, both of Salem, and Cheri Menear, Bend; sons, Calvin Macy, Salem, and Gary Macy, Washington, D.C.; brother, Virgil, Coos Bay; and nine grandchildren.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Apr 24, 1982 2B:5
b. 25 Jul 1820
d. 13 Sep 1883 OLD 198-02
After lifes fitful fever he sleeps well
on marker w/Lucy O. Menzies
"Menzies--James Menzies was born in Pertle, Scotland, July 25, 1820, and died at his home in Salem, Sept. 14, 1883, of pneumonia, after an illness of six days.
In early life, after his father's death, he removed with his mother to London, where she was married to an officer in the English army, and from thence he accompanied them to Dublin, Ireland, and afterwards to India. There he apprenticed himself to a gunsmith, but becoming dissatisfied through the intemperence of his master he joined himself to a ship and went to sea. Among his shipmates he early distinguished himself, and while yet an apprentice he was made second mate of the vessel. Having served out his time, he was offered and accepted the command of a ship engaged in the trade between Europe and the Islands of the Pacific. Later he became the owner of a vessel, which was wrecked about thirty years ago on the Pacific coast. This loss practically ended his seafaring life. Hence forth he was first a pilot on the Columbia river, and then a farmer of the time on Sauvies Island and latterly on the Sandy, from whence he removed a few months ago to Salem, to live a retired live and educate his children.
He was married twice. The first time to Miss P.E. Miller, Feb. 5, 1849, and to Mrs. L.O. Crosby, May 11, 1863. To him were born eleven children, nine of whom and his last wife are still living. He was affectionate as a husband, tender as a father. His home was the center of the world in which he lived. Love of home more than anything else removed him from the sea. Here his departure is deeply, painfully felt.
Capt. Menzies was converted about fifteen years ago in a little school house on the Sandy, and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, after which he remained a member until the heavens received him out of our sight. He at once became a trustee and a steward, took an active part in building the church at Fairview, on the Powell's Valley Circuit, and acted several years as Sunday school superintendent there. In his work for the church and Christ he looked back with unmixed pleasure and satisfaction. He had some of the habits common among men of the sea, but by the grace of God he brought them under the legal power of his will and cast them out. The new impulses which arose in his soul at his conversion, were allowed to flow forth and crystalize in his active life. His motto was: `Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God.'
The last few weeks of his life were spent in superintending the building of a new house at Salem, but being full of years and having done his work God called him up higher; and his pure spirit passed into a better and more abiding house, the house which hath foundations, whose maker and builder is God.
After appropriate services at his late residence his remains were laid to rest in `Lee Mission Cemetery' to await the resurrection of the just." PCA Sep 27, 1883 5:3
MENZIES, Lucy O.
b. 20 May 1827
d. 25 May 1904 OLD 198-01
wife of Jas Menzies
on marker w/James Menzies
"Died in Portland--Word was received by Salem friends yesterday that Mrs. L.O. Menzies of Portland, died at the home of her daughter in that city. Mrs. John Parsons, formerly of Salem, but now of Skagway, Alaska, was a daughter of the deceased, and several other children are left in Oregon. The remains will be brought to Salem tomorrow morning and burial will be made in City View cemetery, probably on Sunday, but details have not yet been completed." DOS May 27, 1904 4:2 burial to be beside husband in Lee Mission cemetery per DOS May 28, 1904 4:2; died May 26, 1904 of prostration per D/C #1641
d. 09 Aug 1925 OLD 210-04
"Funeral services for E.F Merrell of Blue Ridge, Or., who died at a local hospital August 9, was held from the Terwilliger home yesterday with interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 13, 1925 5:3 single; died at OSH of cerebral arteriosclerosis per D/C #560
MERRILL, B.G. Mrs.
d. Reserved A-30-04-04
MERRYMAN, Zola Blanche
d. 29 Oct 1970 RA-48-07
"Zola B. Merryman, 63, of 1564 4th St. NE, died this morning in a Salem nursing home.
Survivors include a daughter, Sherril Martin, Everett, Wash., and a sister, Marion Reed, Salem.
Services are pending at Rigdon's Colonial Chapel." CJ Oct 29, 1970 27:1
MEYER, John Gottlieb
b. 27 Nov 1825
d. 24 Feb 1908 D-14-03-08
age 82 Asylum
"Mayers--At the home of T.C. James, Nineteenth and Ferry streets at 10 a.m., Monday, February 25, 1908, John G. Mayers, of heart failure, aged 82.
The funeral will take place at the Rigdon undertaking parlors today at 3 p.m., and the remains will be taken to the Lee Mission cemetery for burial. The deceased had never been married." DOS Feb 26, 1908 6:5 John Gottlieb Mayers; b. Nov 26, 1826; single; laborer; died of heart syncope; death was instantaneous per D/C #6008
b. 08 Apr 1846
d. 27 Dec 1928 A-25-03-07
on marker w/Sophia Meyer, Sophia Kroeplin & Anna Laue
"On December 27, at the family home, 653 N. 15th street, Louis Meyer at the age of 82 years. The deceased is survived by his widow Sophia and by two daughters, Mrs. Fred Bicknaese, of Welcome, Minn., and Mrs. Anna Laue of Salem, Oregon. Likewise by 8 grand-children and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Mon-day, December 31 at 1:30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, with Rev. H.W. Gross in charge. Interment Lee Mission." OS Dec 30, 1928 3:5 s/o August & Anna M. (Schultz) Meyer per D/C #901
b. 28 Jun 1852
d. 26 Feb 1939 A-25-03-06
on marker w/Louis Meyer, Sophia Kroeplin & Anna Laue
"At the residence, February 26, Sophia Meyer, aged 86 years. Resident of Methodist Old People's Home. Mother of Mrs. Anna Vickers of Albany and grandmother of Louis Laue of Rainier, Alfred C. Laue and Sophia Kroeplin of Salem, also survived by five other grandchildren; aunt of August Meyer of Salem. Funeral services will be held under the direction of the W.T. Rigdon company from the Christ Evangelical Lutheran church, 18th and State streets, Thursday, March 2, at 10:30 a.m. Interment Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Amos E. Minnemann will officiate." OS Feb 28, 1939 5:3 b. Germany; d/o Fritz & Sophia (Lesmond) Ruhe per D/C #166
MEYERS, Baby Girl
d. 1951 C-43-04-04
Record of Interment #1739 no information on death date or age at time of death
MEZA-MUNOZ, Erica Rubi
b. 20 Aug 2007
d. 24 Nov 2009 RC-12-23
Erika R. Meza was the daughter of Martha L. Meza, sister of Sonia Torrez Meza, 13, and Areli Meza, 4, and Violeta Juarez, 8 months, all of Salem. Erika was killed by a hit and run driver on November 24, 2009. Funeral services were held on Friday, November 27 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service, followed by burial at Lee Mission Cemetery.
d. 30 Oct 1946 A-32-04-08
on marker w/Lillie M. & Lillie K. Mickelson
"At the residence, 2609 SW Park pl., Portland, October 30, August Mickelson at the age of 86 years. Father of William C. Mickelson, Albany; John F. Mickelson, Wallingford, Conn.; Charles P. Mickelson, Eugene; Milton E. Mickelson, Modesto, Calif.; George A. Mickelson, Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Ralph E. Walker of Rumford, R.I., and Mrs. Devota Newton, Portland; brother of Mrs. Carrie Thorson of LaCenter, Wash. Thirteen grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 2, at 1:30 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery. The Rev. W.S. Frederick will officiate." OS Nov 2, 1946 5:2-3
MICKELSON, Lillie Kirsten
b. 17 Apr 1915
d. 08 Aug 1925 A-32-04-06
on marker w/Lillie M. & August Mickelson
"Lillie K. Mickelson died at 220 D. street August 8, at the age of 10 years. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Mikelson. Private funeral services will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery today at 3 p.m. Webb Funeral parlors in charge of arrangements." OS Aug 9, 1925 5:4 d/o August & Lillie M. (Jeffery) Mickelson per D/C #557
MICKELSON, Lillie May
d. 11 Aug 1939 A-32-04-07
on marker w/Lillie K. & August Mickelson
"At the residence, 1238 Broadway, August 11, Lillie May Mickelson, 64. Survived by widower, August Mickelson, and the following children: Mrs. Ethel Walker of Providence, R.I., William C. of Albany, John F. of New York City, Charles P. of Oakland, Calif., Milton E. of Boston, Mass., George A. of Oakland, Calif., Devota of Portland. Services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon chapel Tuesday, August 15, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Lee Mission ceme-tery. The deceased was a member of the Jason Lee church." OS Aug 12, 1939 5:1
MILLER, Clarabelle Chard Allen
d. 2003 RA-07-01
MILLER, Cora B.
d. 06 Jun 1970 A-33-03-03
on marker w/Herman Richard Miller
"Services for Cora B. Miller, 87, 3705 D St. NE, who died Saturday, will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Barrick mortuary, Rev. Robert Hayes Mulkey officiating.
Born in Ulman, Mo., she had lived in Salem the past 28 years. She was a retired cook.
Survivors include daughters Mrs. Norma Sutton, Salem, and Mrs. Jewell Olney, Hayward, Calif.; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 8, 1970 I:2:1
MILLER, Hazel Ester
b. 23 May 1893
d. 30 Oct 1993 RA-50-12
"Monmouth--Hazel Ester Miller, 100, died Saturday in Salem Hospital.
She was born in Top Bar, S.D., and married William M. Miller in 1923. He died in 1960. She moved from Drumheller, Alberta, Canada, to Salem in 1981. In 1986, she moved to Monmouth.
She enjoyed looking after children and took in any child who needed a place to stay or something to eat. She also enjoyed making baked goods.
Survivors include her daughters, Shirley May of Monmouth, Hazel Baker of Livermore, Calif., and Bertha Leffler and Helene Teel, both of Pendleton; sons, Verne of Reedley, Calif., and William of Salem; 34 grandchildren; 45 great grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
Services will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Dallas mortuary. Vault inter-ment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem. Visiting hours will be from 1 to 8 p.m. today in Dallas mortuary." SJ Nov 1, 1993 3C:4
MILLER, Herman Richard Dick
b. 17 May 1884
d. 30 Mar 1945 A-33-03-02
on marker w/Cora Miller
"Herman Richard Miller, at his residence, 406 North 24th street, March 30, at the age of 60 years. Survived by widow, Cora B. Miller of Salem; father of Herman Miller, Grand Ronde, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. Pete Fisher, Valley Junction, Ore., Mrs. Amill Carlson, Grand Ronde; two daughters, Miss Norma Fay Miller of Salem and Mrs. Jewel Chamberlain of San Miguel, Calif. Services will be held from the Howell-Edwards chapel, 545 North Capitol street, Tuesday, April 3, at 2 p.m., with Rev. Samuel Newfeldt officiating. Concluding services in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 3, 1945 5:1 b. MN; s/o Herman & ? (Gilman) Miller; h/o Cora B. Miller per D/C #1919
MILLER, Ida M.
d. 10 Nov 1971 RA-30-10
"Services will be 3:30 p.m. Saturday for Mrs. Ida M. Miller, 85, 740 41st Place NE, who died Wednesday night in a Salem hospital.
Revs. Cletus Freed and Lloyd Uecker will officiate in Howell-Edwards mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. The casket will remain open at the mortuary until 3:15 p.m. Saturday. The family suggests contributions to Gideon Memorial Bible Fund.
A native of Farmer City, Ill., and a retired practical nurse, Mrs. Miller came here from Minnesota in 1947. She was a member of Englewood United Methodist Church.
Surviving are daughters Lauretta Thompson, Aurora, Alleen Koechel, Sweet Home, Virginia Fossum, Lapine, Bessie Lord, Lake Park, Minn., and Myrna Imig, Salem; sons Virgil Stover, Lake Park, Lowell Stover, Lakeville, Minn., and Loren Stover, Seymour, Wis.; stepson Leonard Miller, Minneapolis, Minn.; stepdaughter Lois Wegener, Port Huron, Mich.; 29 grand-children, 41 great-grandchildren and several step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren." OS Nov 12, 1971 25:5-6
d. Reserved RA-07-02
MILLER, Joseph Joe
b. Mar 1865
d. 19 Aug 1924 D-18-04-05
"Miller--Joseph Miller, a former Salem resident, died at his home in Oswego, Ore., on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 1924. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Joseph Graber of Salem and a brother, Charles Miller of Archibald, Ohio. The remains are at the Rigdon mortuary. Announcement of funeral services will be made later." OS Aug 21, 1924 3:3 s/o John Miller; b. Belford, France; single; meat cutter per Clackamas Co D/C #291
MILLER, Newton Robert
d. 26 Jun 1960 C-44-03-01
"Late resident of Milwaukie, Oregon, July 26th, in this city. Brother of Ambrose Miller, Inglewood, Calif. Graveside services will be held Thursday July 28th at 10:00 a.m. at the Lee Mission Cemetery. Services will be under the direction of the W.T. Rigdon Co." OS Jul 27, 1960 7:2
MILLER, Sarella A.
b. 28 Feb 1859
d. 19 Jun 1903 N/A
"Obsequies Of Mrs. Miller--Funeral Services at the First Methodist Church This Morning--A Strong Character, A Wholesome Individuality, and Earnest Student and A Useful Life-Prof. Hawley to Conduct The Funeral Services--The funeral services of Mrs. Robt. A. Miller will be held at the First Methodist church this (Sunday) morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Hallie Parrish-Hinges will sing. After the services at the church the body will be take to the cemetery near the Griffith home-stead for burial. It was Mrs. Miller's request, just prior to her death, that Prof. W.C. Hawley conduct these ser-vices and deliver the memorial address.
Sarella A. Griffith, wife of Robert A. Miller, of Oregon City, was born on the Griffith homestead in the Waldo Hills, February 28, 1859, and died in Salem June 19, 1903. In her the estate of womanhood found its full justification. Hers was the noble life, full of usefulness and beauty. In the activities that engaged her attention she was a leading spirit, honored and revered. She was the first president of the Native Daughters of Oregon, a prominent member of the Order of the Eastern Star, and for many years city superintendent of the Salem public schools. Many other places of distinc-tion she held also. In later years she was known, because of a wise and scholarly knowledge of Shakespeare, and for a sound interpretation of his profounder meanings. Sweet grace of speech and courtesy distinguished her strong personality. Having joined the Methodist church of this city at about the age of 18, she remained an earnest Christian. All who knew her lament her loss with a grief that will abide the years. Grateful to the sorrowing heart is the memory of her goodness. No doubt mars the solemn hour. Of her now the greatest certainty exists. A character so strong, an individuality so wholesome, a student so earnest, a life so useful and a piety so sincere, can find full development only in the greater Kingdom of God." DOS Jun 21, 1903 5:4 See also: DOS Jun 20, 1903 1:4
MILLER, William M.
d. 16 Apr 1960 RA-50-11
"Late resident of 3797 June Avenue N.E. April 16 at the residence. Sur-vived by wife, Mrs. Hazel E. Miller, Salem; daughters, Mrs. Helen Keidatz, Salem, Mrs. Shirley May, Salem, Mrs. Hazel Dewar, Aumsville, Mrs. Bertha Leffler, Los Angeles; sons, Murhl R. Cooke, Turner, Ivan Miller, Tulare, California, William J. Miller, Salem, Verne L. Miller, Los Angeles; 31 grandchildren also survive. Announcement of services will be made later by the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home." OS Apr 17, 1960 5:1
"Man, 89, Dies Trying To Protect Daughter--Salem Father Beaten by Son-in-Law, But Death is Laid to Natural Causes; Younger Man Put in State Hospital--An 89-year-old Salem man died Saturday after he intervened to protect a daughter from an assault by her husband, who threathened to kill her. (Pictures)
The elderly man, William M. Miller, suffered head injuries apparently inflicted by a cane in the 11:30 a.m. episode at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Keidatz, 3797 June Ave. NE.
But Miller, who died moments later in the front yard, probably succumbed from natural causes hastened by the ordeal, the Marion County coroner's office said. He was known to have a weak heart.
Held after the incident was his son-in-law, Daniel Keidatz, 40, described by his doctor as a former mental patient. Taken into custody on a nearby street afterward, Keidatz was placed in the State Hospital for examination.
A post-mortem was held on the dead man but results awaited further tests.
The incident that threw the quiet Northeast Salem neighborhood into turmoil, exploded unexpectedly at the modest Keidatz home.
Mrs. Helene Keidatz, 35, told State Cpl. Robert Haines and District Attorney Hattie Kremen that her husband came down from bed and began beating her while she was in a phone conversation with the family doctor.
`Threatened to Kill Me'
`He threatened to kill me.' Mrs. Keidatz related.
Hearing the commotion, the woman's frail father, who lived with the family, came to the scene and urged her `to run.' Miller then struck Keidatz across the face with a heavy cane he carried.
Accounts indicated that Keidatz then grabbed the cane away from his father-in-law. Keidatz, who had a badly swollen cheek from the blow he took, later told police he didn't remember hitting the elderly man with the walking stick.
Mrs. Keidatz sustained bruises on abdomen and legs before her father intervened." (Add. details on page 31)" OS Apr 17, 1960 1:1
MILLETT, Bernice J.
d. 30 Oct 1985 RA-24-01
Always Loving--Always Loved
"Bernice J. Millett, 70, of Salem, died Wednesday.
Born in San Francisco, she came here in 1937. She was a homemaker, a volunteer at Salem Hospital General Unit and a member of the First Evangelical Church of North America.
Survivors include husband, Russell; son, Fred B., Newport; daughters Margaret Wampler, Salem, Janet Leek, Corvallis; brother, Richard Varni, St. Helena, Calif.; and sister, Margaret Douglas, San Francisco.
Services will be 1 p.m. Friday at the First Evangelical Church of North America, 455 Locust St. NE. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Howell-Edward-Doerksen mortuary." SJ Oct 31, 1985 2B:4
MILLETT, Russell F.
d. 20 Jan 1988 RA-24-02
The Lord has given him rest
"Russell F. Millett, 77, of Salem died Wednesday.
He was born in Buffalo Lake, Minn., and lived in Minnesota before coming to Salem. He owned and operated Millett's Grocery Store in the Four Corners area in the 1940s and early 1950s. He later worked as a mail carrier for 25 years. He was a member of the First Evangelical Church of North America and the National Letter Carriers Association.
Survivors include his daughters Margaret Wampler of Salem and Janet Leek of Corvallis; and sister Sana DeLapp of Salem.
Services will begin at 10 a.m. Friday in the church. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Arrangements are by Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Salem. Contributions may be made to the church memo-rial fund or the Alzheimer's Disease Association, 1015 NW 22nd Ave., Portland, 97210." SJ Jan 21, 1988 2B:3
b. 24 Nov 1856
d. 17 Mar 1924 OLD 228-16
"Milligan--Mrs. Alice Milligan, age 68 years, died early Monday morning, March 17, 1924 at the Old Peoples' home. She is survived by her husband, W.H. Milligan, also of the Old Peoples' home; a foster daughter, Mrs. Eunice Belding of Inglewood, Cal., and a sister, Mrs. Charles Hopkins of Falls City. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS Mar 18, 1924 5:3 d/o Henry Hodges
b. 1831 England
d. 16 Jan 1897 OLD 207-01
"Mills--In North Salem, Saturday, January 16, 1896, Wm. Mills, aged 66 years.
A wife, one son and a daughter survive him. The funeral will be held today and the remains deposited in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jan 17, 1897 8:4
MINAKER, Annie C.
d. 18 Feb 1926 OLD 211-03
"Minaker--At her late home in Salem, Feb. 18, Annie C. Minaker, 33. Survived by a sister and a niece, Mrs. Alice McKenzie, both of Salem. Funeral services from Terwilliger funeral home Friday at 10 a.m., Rev. Fred Taylor officiating. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Feb 18, 1926 11:8
MINER, Baby Boy
d. Feb 1952 C-43-03-15
Interment Record #1764
d. 05 Feb 1980 RA-28-09
Our baby daughter
"Joy Minniti-Shippey, infant daughter of Mary M. Minitti and Michael W. Shippey, Salem, died Tuesday at a Salem hospital.
Besides her parents, she is survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Minniti, Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Shippey, Salem.
Services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Lee Mission Cemetery. Virgil T. Golden mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
The family suggests contributions to the March of Dimes, 125 19th St. SE, Salem 97308." SJ Feb 9, 1980 2C:4
d. 29 Jan 2017 RC-14-06
d. Reserved RA-56-12
MITCHELL, Darell F.
d. 27 Sep 1959 RA-57-02
Beloved Husband & Father
After Darkness Eternal Light
"In this city, September 27th. Services were held Monday, September 28th at 4:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Interment, Lee Mission Cemetery, Rev. George H. Swift officiated." CJ Sep 28, 1959 III:5:8
b. 08 Sep 1837
d. 15 Jan 1911 D-24-01-01
"Mitchell---At the family home on the Garden road, near Salem, Oregon, January 15, 1911, Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell, aged 74 years, four months and seven days, of apoplexy.
The deceased is survived by her husband, John Mitchell, and one son. The funeral took place from the home at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, conducted by the Rev. R. N. Avison, pastor of the First Methodist church. Interment was made in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jan 18, 1911 4:5 d/o James Martin per D/C #152
b. 04 Sep 1871
d. 24 Dec 1957 D-24-01-03
"Fred Mitchell--Private services were held Friday at Jason Lee cemetery in Salem for Fred Mitchell, who died December 24 at Silverton Nursing Home, where he had lived for three years. Ekman Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.
Mr. Mitchell was born Sept. 4, 1871, in Canada. Survivors include a son, Ernest in Portland and a daughter, Mrs. Blanche Yohner of Grass Valley, Calif." A-T Jan 3, 1958 5:7
MITCHELL, Gerald Fred
d. 11 Jan 1961 RA-56-11
Rest in love and peace
"Husband Slain At Portland; Wife Indicted--Portland--A grand jury indicted Mrs. Heather D. Mitchell, 28, Portland, on a manslaughter charge Thursday, less than 24 hours after her husband was shot in their home.
Police said Mrs. Mitchell called them and told of shooting her husband, Gerald Fred, 26, blindly after a quarrel in which he threatened her. Police quoted her as saying she picked up a pistol, closed her eyes and fired.
Police said Mitchell was killed instantly in their home at 8471 SW 37th Ave. Wednesday night." OS Jun 13, 1961 6:5
MITCHELL, John R.
d. 10 Aug 1914 D-24-01-02
"Mitchell--The remains of the late John R. Mitchell will be shipped from Dunsing & McEntee's parlors to Salem, Oregon, today (Monday), accompanied by the widow and son." Oreg Aug 10, 1914 12:3
MOCK, Brian H.
b. 26 Nov 1946
d. 27 Sep 1992 RA-06-08
"Brian H. Mock, 45, of Salem died Sunday in Portland.
He was born in Auburn, N.Y., and moved to Salem in 1980.
He enjoyed helping people.
He is survived by his sisters, Judith L. Grett of Auburn and Beverly O'Hara of Groton, N.Y.
Memorial services were held. Private interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
Contributions may be made to Friendship House, 1515 State St., Salem, 97301." SJ Sep 30, 1992
MOCK, Charles Raymond
b. Aug 1908
d. 02 Nov 1910 OLD 110-10
"Moch--Charles Raymond Moch, aged 2 months and 3 days, at the home of his parents at Thirteenth and Shipping streets, yesterday.
The parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Mock, are strangers in the city. The interment will be held in Lee Mission cemetery today at 2 p.m. Services at the house." OS Nov 3, 1910 5:7
d. Reserved RA-09-05
d. 23 May 1949 Salem, Marion County, Oregon C-46-02-05
Interment Record #1640
"Charles Mooney, at the residence, 650 Locust st., May 23, at the age 78 years. Services will be held Wednesday, June 1, at 1:30 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 31, 1949 6:2
MOORE, Allen Floyd
d. 11 Dec 1935 D-04-04-02
Michigan Corp 30 Inf
"At Seattle, December 11, Allen F. Moore, aged 33 years. Survived by mother, Mrs. A.W. Simmons of Lansing, Mich.; brother, Kenneth of Michigan; three sisters, Mrs. Irene Miller of Traverse, Mich.; Alice and Anna Moore of Lansing, Mich.; grandmother, Elizabeth Moore of Salem; three aunts, Mrs. Augusta Fleetwood, Mrs. Helen Iler and Mrs. Luella Engstrom, all of Salem; and uncle, Marvin Moore, of Salem. Remains in care of Salem mortuary, 545 N. Capitol street. Funeral services Saturday, December 14, at Salem Mortuary. Rev. Lucien Jones officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 13, 1935 5:1
d. 29 Sep 1938 D-23-01-01
"Mrs. Elizabeth Davis Moore, at the residence of a daughter, Mrs. Carl O. Engstrom, 575 North Capitol, September 29, at the age of 89 years. Survivors include a brother, Theodore Davis of Tustin, Mich., sister-in-law, Mrs. Sally Moore Butler of Ashland, Ky.; children, Mrs. Helen Iler, Mrs. Augusta Fleetwood, Mrs. Luella Engstrom and Marvin E. Moore, all of Salem; also several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services from the memorial chapel of the Walker & Howell funeral home Saturday, October 1, at 2 p.m. Rev. Lynn Wood, pastor of the Jason Lee Methodist church, will officiate. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 30, 1938 9:3
MOORE, Hiram Allen
b. 25 Apr 1874
d. 18 Nov 1934 D-23-01-03
"Hiram Allen Moore, at local hospital, November 18, at the age of 60 years. Was late resident of 849 Market street, Salem. Survived by widow, Lavina Moore of Petoskey, Mich.; three sons, Harold and Kenneth of Petoskey, and Allan of Seattle, Wash.; three daughters, Alice, Irene and Anna of Petoskey; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Iler, Mrs. Augusta Fleetwood and Mrs. Luella Engstrom, all of Salem; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Moore of Salem; one brother, Marvin E. Moore of Salem. Also survived by eight nieces and five nephews. Ser-vices will be from the Clough-Barrick chapel on Wednesday, November 21, at 2 p.m. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery with Rev. H.G. Humphrey officiating." OS Nov 20, 1934 3:1 s/o Jackson & Elizabeth Moore per D/C #768
MOORE, Jackson L.
d. 02 Mar 1928 D-23-01-02
2nd marker Co. D 8 VA Cav C.S.A.
"Moore--Friday, March 2, at the home, two miles east, Silverton road, Jackson L. Moore, age 83 years, husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, father of Mrs. Helen M. Iler, of Michigan, Mrs. Augusta Fleetwood, H.A. Moore, M.E. Moore, and Mrs. Carl Engstrom all of Salem, brother of Mrs. Olivia Russell of West Virginia, Mrs. Sara Butler and Galena Moore of Kentucky. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 o'clock today at the Rigdon Mortuary, with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 5, 1928 9:8
d. Reserved RA-12-08
d. Reserved RA-12-07
b. 04 May 1871
d. 09 Feb 1955 A-34-02-03
"Death Claims Long-Time City Resident--Mrs. Rebecca Moorman, 83, a charter member of the Highland Friends Church, died Wednesday at the nursing home at 3705 D. St.
Mrs. Moorman, a long-time resident of this area, was born May 4, 1871 in Mahoska County, Iowa. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Helen Lucille Frazier, Salem, and Mrs. Edith Markham, Spanaway, Wash.; two sisters, Mrs. Laura B. White, Salem and Mrs. Grace Furroughs, Seattle; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Arrangements are in charge of Howell-Edwards funeral home." OS Feb 11, 1955 4:1
d. 28 Sep 1893 N/A
"In The Matter Of Morgan--Circum-stances of His Death--No Inquest was Necessary--Ed. Morgan, who committed suicide at a room in the Sargeant lodging house Wednesday night by taking morphine, will be buried today in Rural cemetery....." DOS Sep 29, 1893 4:2 age 25; funeral ordered by Mrs. Morgan; burial at Lee Mission Cemetery per Funerals Held at W.T. Rigdon, Pioneer Morticians, Salem, Marion Co., OR; however, there is no Record of Interment
d. 27 Nov 1950 A-27-01-01
"Hubert Morgan, late resident of 1696 Bellevue avenue, at a local hospital, November 27 at the age of 80 years. Survived by wife, Jessie G. Morgan of Salem; son, Wilford Morgan of San Diego; a daughter, Mrs. Maxine Stewart of Lakeview; four grandchildren; two brothers and a sister. Member of the First Christian church. Services will be held at the Howell-Edwards chapel Wednesday, November 29, at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Dudley Strain will officiate. Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 28, 1950 17:8
MORIARTY, Baby Boy
b. Jul 1950 Salem, Oregon
d. 27 Jul 1950 Salem, Oregon C-43-02-10
Interment Record #1699
"Baby Boy Moriarty, at a local hospital, July 27. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Moriarty, Salem route 8. Also survived by two sisters, Patsy Ann and Susan Leslie Moriarty; a brother, Richard E. Moriarty; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olson and William Moriarty. All reside in Salem. Private services were held Saturday, July 29, under direction of the Clough-Barrick chapel." OS Jul 30, 1950 13:4
d. Reserved RA-09-05
d. 26 Dec 1962 N/A
"Services for Mrs. Maude Morlan, 86, who died Wednesday in a local nursing home, will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at W.T. Rigdon chapel with Rev. J. Maurice Thompson officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery.
She was born in Minneapolis, Minn., coming to Oregon in 1928. She lived at Corvallis until 1942 when she moved to Milwaukie for two years, then to Salem in 1945.
She was active in Golden Age and Townsend clubs, and in church work, and was known for her singing, readings and entertainment for various organizations. A reading, "The Perfect Tribute," was aired annually by a radio station on Lincoln's Birthday.
She lived on 2244 Hyde St. SE until 1956, when she moved to a nursing home. She fell this fall fracturing a hip, and her health began declining. There are no known relatives." OS Dec 28, 1962 8:1
d. 02 Jan 1948 OLD 209-04
"Anna Belle Morley, at the residence 3790 Center st., Friday, January 2. Mother of Dan Morley of Salem, and Thomas Morley in the merchant marines. Sister of Mrs. E.J. Madison of Oakland, Oregon, Mrs. V.T. Jackson, Mrs. Fred Barker, Mrs. Steve Lorenz and Robert and Tom Findley, all of Roseburg, Mrs. B.O. Wright of Springfield, and Mrs. W.H. Morley of Salem. Also survived by one grandchild. Announcement of services later by Clough-Barrick company." OS Jan 3, 1948 5:1
MORLEY, Daniel Webster
b. 08 Aug 1861
d. 07 Sep 1934 OLD 209-06
"At a local hospital, September 7, Daniel W. Morley, aged 73 years, formerly of 524 N. 17th street. Hus-band of Annabelle Morley, father of W.H. and Lane Morley of Salem, John of Santa Rosa, Cal., Fayne of Napa, Cal., Mrs. Bertha Woodward of Phoenix, Ariz., and Danny and Tommy at home. One brother, George, of Salem, and one brother and three sisters in Tennessee. Remains in charge of Terwilliger Funeral home, 770 Chemeketa street. Funeral services at First Baptist church Monday, September 10, at 2 p.m., Rev. G.F. Walker of Temple Baptist church officiating. Interment Lee Mission." OS Sep 8, 1934 3:1
MORLEY, George A. Rev.
d. 04 Jul 1950 OLD 092-04
on marker w/Winnie D. Morley
"The Rev. George A. Morley, late resident of 2856 Blossom dr., at a local hospital, July 4. Survived by wife, Mrs. Winnie Morley, Salem; daughters, Miss Betty Morley, Mrs. E.L. Jordan, Mrs. John Graybill and Mrs. Clarence Benson, all of Salem; brother, L.B. Morley, Mountain City, Tenn.; sons, Tyler and Donald Morley, both of Salem, and Spurgeon Morley, Portland; grandsons, Gerry Benson, Osaka, Japan, and Jimmy Benson, Salem; also several nieces and nephews. Services will be held Thursday, July 6, at 10 a.m. at Clough-Barrick chapel with interment at Lee Mission cemetery. The Rev. W.T. Milliken will officiate." OS Jul 6, 1950 11:3
d. 16 Feb 1927 OLD 209-05
"Morley--Josephine Morley died at a local hospital yesterday, aged 12 years. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Morley, 1631 Center street. Funeral services will be held from the Terwilliger funeral home Friday after-noon at 2 o'clock with interment in the Lee Mission cemetery, Rev. E.H. Shanks officiating." CJ Feb 17, 1927 9:8 b. Roseburg, OR; d/o Daniel & Anna (Findley) Morley; died at O.S. T.B. hospital, age 12-10-2 per D/C
d. 16 Jul 1965 1964 OLD 209
"Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Barrick Chapel for Lane Morley, 76, long-time Salem resident who died Saturday night at Willamette Lutheran Home north of here.
Rev. Ben Owen will officiate. Burial will be in Lee Mission Ceme-tery.
Morley operated about six different independent grocery stores in Salem during a 30-year period. He was also an enthusiastic solicitor for The Oregon Statesman newspaper, and one of the few remaining persons holding a life-time subscription.
He won two automobiles in Statesman subscription contests in the 1920's and 1930's.
His last permanent employment was as sales representative for Cobb Mfg. Co. of Jefferson.
His wife, Minnie, died in 1963. Survivors include sons Laurence of Lebanon, Ellsworth, Portland and Her-bert of Long Beach, Calif.; brothers, Robert of Sacramento, John and Daniel of Salem and John of Santa Rosa, Calif." OS Jul 20, 1965 7:1
MORLEY, Lane Jr.
d. 23 Nov 1927 OLD 209-01
MORLEY, Lucile Estella
b. 26 Mar 1925
d. 29 Mar 1925 OLD 209-02
"Morley--At the residence, 720 Highland, March 29, Lucile Estella, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Lane Morley, aged 3 days. Short services will be held from the Terwilliger Home, 770 Chemeketa street, this afternoon at 2:30, Rev. Mr. Morley of Dallas officiating. Commital service in IOOF cemetery." OS Mar 30, 1924 5:3 born 26 Mar 1924 & died 29 Mar 1924; d/o Lane & Estella (Marsters) Morley; burial place shown as IOOF per D/C #250
MORLEY, Minnie M.
d. 26 Mar 1963 OLD 209
"Mrs. Minnie Morley, 78, died at a local nursing home Tuesday where she had been a patient for five years.
She was born in Indian Territory, Oklahoma, came West and spent most of her life in Salem. She was married to Lane Morley 25 years ago and both have children by former marriages.
Mrs. Morley was a member of First Baptist Church.
Survivors include the widower, Lane Morley, Salem; a son by a former marriage, Oswald Pendergraft, Salem; four grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and three sisters.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Friday at Barrick Chapel with burial at Jason Lee Cemetery." CJ Mar 27, 1963 8:5
MORLEY, Winnie D.
b. 27 Nov 1866
d. 27 May 1951 OLD 092-03
on marker w/George A. Morley
"Services for Mrs. Morley Set Thursday--Funeral services for Mrs. Winnie D. Morley, 84, widow of the late Rev. George A. Morley, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Virgil T. Golden chapel. The Rev. P. Jasma will officiate.
Mrs. Morley died at a Salem hospital Sunday night after an illness of several months. She lived at 2865 Blossom Dr., for about four years.
She was born Winnie D. Stout in Doeville, Tenn., November 27, 1866, and in 1890 was married in Mountain City, Tenn., to the Rev. George A. Morley, who died last July 4. They came to Salem in 1922. She was a life-long member of the Baptist church and in Salem a member of the First Baptist church.
Survivors include four daughters, Betty Morley, Mrs. E.L. Jordan, Mrs. H. John H. Graybill and Mrs. J.C. Benson, all of Salem; three sons, Tyler Morley and Donald Morley of Salem, and Spergeon Morley of Port-land; a sister, Mrs. John Walker, Chico, Calif., and four grandsons, James Benson, Roger and Dennis Morley, Salem, and Cpl. Jerry Benson with the U.S. Army in Osaka Japan." OS May 29, 1951 5:3
b. 13 Mar 1830 NY
d. 08 Mar 1906 D-27-02-01
"Morris---At his home on the Garden road, three miles east of Salem, on Thursday, March 8, 1906, Henry Morris, aged almost 76 years.
Mr. Morris is a native of Madison county, New York, where he was born March 13, 1830. He came in 1802 and resided in this neighborhood. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church since early life. Besides his wife, he leaves two sons and one daughter--A.W. Morris of Minnesota; Mrs. Carrie Tyson, near Brooks, Oregon, and Walter Morris, Jersey City, N.Y.
Funeral services will be held at the residence tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 10 o'clock and burial in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 9, 1906 5:4
MORRIS, Nancy Elizabeth
b. 07 Feb 1868
d. 18 Sep 1941 A-30-04-05
"Morris---Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Morris at the residence 1490 Saginaw street, September 18. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Julia Noble of Ashland; three sons, John Morris of Lakeview, Alford Morris of Lakeview and Tommy Morris of Salem; 22 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren. Services will be held from Clough-Barrick chapel Satur-day, September 20, at 2 p.m., Rev. Joseph Knotts officiating. Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." CJ Sep 19, 1941 10:8 Nee McReynolds per D/C #806
MORSE, Aubrey Goodwin
d. 24 Jul 1976 RA-39-10
Devoted Husband--Rest in Peace
on marker w/M. Laura G. & A. Goodwin Morse
"Private services for Aubrey G. Morse, 79, of 955 18th St. NE who died Saturday have been held with Barrick mortuary in charge.
Survivors include widow, Laura, Salem; daughters, Donna B. Zetwick of Hastings, Minn., Patricia A. Kivi of Salem; sons, Garfield A. of Eugene, James G. of Salem, and William D. of Kenney, Minn.; sisters Arlene Swenby of Salem, Dorothea Horn of Stayton; brothers, Keith of Buhl, Minn., Kenndal of Crane, Minn., Roger of Salem and Ashley of Minneapolis, Minn.; 19 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren." OS Jul 26, 1976 10A:7
MORSE, James G.
d. Reserved RA-39-09
on marker w/M. Laura G. & A. Goodwin Morse
MORSE, Marie Laura G.
b. 14 Feb 1902
d. 01 Oct 1980 RA-39-10
Loving Mother--Rest in Peace
on marker w/James G. & A. Goodwin Morse
"Marie Laura Morse, 78, of 955 18th St. NE, died Wednesday in a local hospital.
She was born in St. Andrews, Quebec, Canada. She came to Salem 27 years ago. She was a retired cannery worker.
She is survived by her sons, William Dale, in Minnesota, James Goodwin, Salem and Garfield Aubrey, Eugene; daughters, Donna Beatrice Zetwick, Minn., and Patricia Ann Kivi, Salem; 23 grandchildren and 12 great-grand-children.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday at Barrick mortuary. Interment will follow in Jason Lee Cemetery.
The casket will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday." SJ Oct 3, 1980 2B:5
b. 08 Feb 1868 IA
d. 20 Feb 1887 OLD 094-02
"Morton---At the residence of her father, Charles Morton, near this city, Feb. 20, 1887, after an illness of three weeks, Belle Morton, aged 19 years.
Miss Morton was highly respected by all who knew her, and her death brings sorrow to the community where she lived and especially to the family thus bereaved, who have the warmest sympathy of neighbors. The funeral services were at the house, and she was laid to rest in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Feb 24, 1887 3:3
MORTON, Caroline Amelia
b. 09 Jun 1837 OH
d. 25 Nov 1920 OLD 094-03
"Caroline Amelia Morton Dies at Daughter's Home--Mrs. Caroline Amelia Morton, 83 years old, died late last night at 1980 North Commercial street. The funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Terwilliger funeral home. Mrs Morton is survived by two sons and two daughters. The sons are Elijah Morton of Salem and Joseph W. Morton of Hood River, and the daughters are Mrs. Carrie Estella Haynes of route 6, Salem and Mrs. Nettie G. Smith, of 1980 North Commercial street." OS Nov 26, 1920 6:7 d/o John C. & Rebbecca (Moore) Wallace per D/C #746
MORTON, Charles R.
b. 05 Jan 1820 Cincinnati, Ohio
d. 01 Nov 1894 OLD 094-01
Lifes labor done
"At the family home near the fair grounds, Salem, Nov. 1, 1894, after a lingering illness, Mr. Morton, aged about 70 years.
Funeral will take place at the home at 2 p.m. today and interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 2, 1894 4:5
MOSELEY, J. F.
b. 1853 Germany
d. 15 Nov 1907 D-26-02-03
"Mosley--At the Oregon hospital for the insane, Friday, Nov. 15, J.F. Mosely, aged 54 years.
The funeral took place Sunday afternoon, from W.T. Rigdon's parlors, conducted by Rev. W.H. Selleck. Interment was made at Lee Mission cemetery. The deceased leaves a family at Seattle, where for several years past he had been employed by Davis & Harriman, dealers in real estate." WOS Nov 19, 1907 5:3 AKA Mahoney, R.J.; b. VA; died of general paresis at OSIA per D/C #5162
d. 17 Dec 1889 OLD 098-01
"Died---At Salem on the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1889, Mrs. Mary Moss, aged 70 years.
The deceased had been a patient in the insane asylum for about ten months, having been committed from Beaverton, Washington Co, where her son and daughter, Mrs. J.C. Hart, reside. She was the wife of Wm. Moss and had for a long time been afflicted with dropsy, from which death resulted. The funeral will be conducted at 10 o'clock, the remains being given burial at Lee Mission cemetery." WOS Dec 20, 1889 8:2
MOTHORN, J. T.
d. 1884 OLD 168-05
son of William & E. Mothorn
d. OLD 189-01
d/o A.B. Mott per Record of Interment #136
d. 09 Jan 1924 D-16-01-06
on marker w/Chas. A. Moyer
"Moyer--At a local hospital Jan. 9, 1924, Mrs. Amelia Moyer, 78 years of age, wife of Charles Moyer. Funeral services will be held Friday, Jan. 11, at 1:30 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Ernston will officiate." CJ Jan 10, 1924 9:7
MOYER, Charles A.
b. 23 Aug 1860
d. 10 Nov 1945 D-16-01-06
on marker w/Amelia Moyer
"Dallas--Charles E. Moyer, 85, of Rt. 4, Salem, died at the Dallas hospital, Nov. 11. Born in Snyder county, Pa, Aug. 23, 1860, moved to Marcellus, Mich., and from there came to Oregon in 1912. Survived by three sons, Ivan of Salem, Harry of Portland, Elmer of Plymouth, Mich.; and a brother and sister. Graveside services at Lee Mission cemetery at Salem, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday under direction of Henkle & Bollman." CJ Nov 12, 1945 10:7
MOYER, Charles J.
d. 19 Jan 1954 N/A
"Late resident of 1533 Mill St., at a local hospital Jan. 19. Survived by a son, Clarence R. Moyer, Salem. Sisters, Mrs. Josephine Davenport, Portland, Mrs. Maude Brunoppi, Portland; brother, William Moyer, Hoquiam, Wash.; grandchildren, Charles L., Warren A., Michael L., and Anitra L. Moyer, all of Salem." OS Jan 20, 1954 II:4:6
MOYER, James W.A.
d. 11 Feb 1959 A-31-02-06
"At the residence 220 Moyer Lane, February 11th. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Mable Cooper, Salem and Mrs. Josie Forrest, Salem. Sons, Martin E. Moyer, Springfield, Oreg. and Lealand Moyer, Salem, 7 grandchildren also survive. Services Monday, February 16th, at 3:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Virgil T. Golden Co., with Rev. Wayne Green officiating, interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Feb 14, 1959 5:4
b. 19 Sep 1864
d. 27 Jul 1951 A-31-02-05
"Mrs. Moyer Dies; Married Near 65 Years---Mrs. Paulina Moyer, 86, a resident of the Salem area for 60 years, died Friday at her home on Salem route 1. She would have cele-brated her 65th wedding anniversary on October 5.
Mrs. Moyer, with her widower, James W.A. Moyer, came to Oregon, with two of their five children, in 1891, settling on a fruit farm on Wallace road in West Salem. The family lived at that residence for many years.
She was born in Genesee, Ill., Sept. 19, 1864, the daughter of Martin and Paulina Bartell. In 1866, when she was 2 years old, she moved to South Dakota, where she married Moyer in Clark, Oct. 5, 1886.
Besides her widower, she is survived by daughters, Mrs. Mable Cooper and Mrs. Jessie Forrest, both of Salem; sons, Martin Moyer, Springfield, James Moyer and Lealand Moyer, both of Salem, and seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be announced later by the Virgil T. Golden chapel." OS Jul 29, 1951 5:7-8
b. Oct 1882
d. 07 Apr 1885 OLD 146-03
"In Salem, April 5, 1885, Martha, youngest child of Rev. J. Muellhaupt, aged 2 years and six months.
Funeral services at 2 p.m. today. California papers please copy." WOS Apr 10, 1885 8:4 Rev. Muelhaupt, father, is only entry on Record of Interment #138
MUELHAUPT, J. Mrs.
d. OLD 146-07
Rev. Muelhaupt, husband, is only entry on Record of Interment #137
MULVIHILL, Charles Edmond
b. 22 Nov 1891
d. 30 Sep 1936 Portland, Oregon C-22-04-05
Interment Record #1380
"Mulvihill Funeral In Portland Today--Charles E. Mulvihill of Portland, a nephew of Mrs. W.A. Barkus of this city, died at the Good Samaritan hospital in Portland Wednesday night. Mrs. Barkus was called to Portland Thursday morning.
Mulvihill, an engineer for the Portland Gas & Coke company, had many friends and relatives about Salem. Cancer was the cause of his death. Surviving are his widow, Ruby Mulvihill, and a daughter, Ruby Harriett, of Portland; a sister, Mrs. Mary Dibble of Molalla and a brother, Orville, of Woodbury, N.J.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in Portland at the Holman & Son chapel, and remains will be brought to Salem for interment about 4 o'clock that after-noon at the Mission Lee cemetery here." OS Oct 3, 1936 2:8
MUMM, Christian F.
d. 11 Jun 1943 C-38-01-04
Interment Record #1479
"Christopher F. Mumm, late resident of route five, Salem, at a local hospital Friday, June 11. Survived by wife, Mrs. Christine Mumm, a daughter, Miss Marjorie May Mumm, and a son, Johnnie Peter Mumm, all of Salem; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Griebenow of Salem and Mrs. Christine Vorpahl of Portland; one brother, John Mumm of Salem. Services will be held Monday, June 14, at 1:30 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel. Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. J. Kenneth Wishart will officiate." OS Jun 12, 1943 5:2
b. 18 Dec 1900
d. 16 Nov 1989 C-38-01-03
"Christine Mumm, 84, of Salem died Thursday in McMinnville. She was born in Portland and was a longtime Salem resident. She was a retired operator for Pacific Northwest Bell. She married Christian Mumm in April, 1924; he died in 1943.
She is survived by her daughter, Marjorie Forgue, and son, John Mumm, both of Salem. Private graveside services will take place Monday in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Barrick mortuary." SJ Nov 18, 1989 2B:5 d/o Peter & Lena (Gilbertson) Peterson
MUMM, Heinke Christine
b. 01 May 1844
d. 05 Feb 1909 D-22-04-07
wife of John Mumm
"Mumm--Christina Heinke Mumm, wife of John Mumm, was born May 1, 1844, in Dorfe Talk, Landschaft Angeln, Pro-vince of Schleswig Holstein Germany. In 1870, the year of her marriage to John Mumm, she came to this country, locating in Minnesota, where they lived until the year 1890 when they came to Oregon. Mother Mumm was converted under the labor of the Evangelical ministers and became a member of the church, proving faithful to the end. She has been a sufferer for more than ten years, the last six years she was bed-fast, but in all she was patient and submissive to the will of God.
The deceased was a loving wife and an affectionate mother in the home of twelve children--five boys and seven girls, of which two girls and one boy preceded the mother to the better land.
She died February 5, 1909, near Salem, Oregon, at the age of 64 years, 9 months and 4 days leaving to mourn her departure her husband and 9 children, three brothers, three sisters and a large number of friends.
Funeral services will be held tomor-row, Monday, at 10 o'clock from the house, and at 11:30 in the German Evangelical church, corner Center and Liberty streets.
Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Feb 7, 1909 5:5 Christina H. Mumm; d/o Peter C. & (?) (Mart) Sieh; housewife; died of exhaustion fol-lowing several years confined from chronic rheumatistm per D/C #433
d. 24 Nov 1920 D-22-04-08
"John Mumm Dead--John Mumm, 79 years old, died at his home four miles south of Salem Wednesday. The funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the German Evangelical church. Mr. Mumm had been a resident of this vicinity for 20 years. He is survived by three sons and five daughters. They are C.F. Mumm and J.G. Mumm of Salem, William T. Mumm of Portland, Mrs. A.W. Griebenaw of Salem, Mrs. Henry Semke of Eugene, Mrs. Margaret Sherril of Tacoma, Mrs. O.R. Vorpahl of Portland and Mrs. Fred Leisenger of Kent, Wash." OS Nov 26, 1920 3:3
MUMM, John G.
d. 18 Sep 1957 C-38-01-02
Interment Record #1921
"Death Claims John Mumm--John Mumm, 1396 N. 4th St. died Wednesday in a Salem hospital at the age of 82. Mumm moved to Salem from Minnesota in 1898 and farmed in this area until moving to Monroe about 1924. He retired and moved back to Salem in 1935. Survivors include two nephews, John Mumm and Paul Griebenow, both of Salem and several nieces. Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Sep 19, 1957 2:5 [s/o John & Christine Heinke Mumm]
MUMM, Peter Carson
d. 18 Nov 1909 D-22-04-06
son of John & Christina Mumm
A loved one from us has gone, A voice we love is stilled
A place is vacant in our home, which never can be filled
"Mumm--At the Salem hospital Friday, November 19, 1909, Peter C. Mumm, aged 26 years, 11 months and 16 days, of typhoid fever.
The funeral will take place from the Evangelical church at 11 o'clock Sunday morning, the Rev. Mr. Gueffroy conducting the services. Interment will be at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Nov 20, 1909 5:5
MUMM, William F.
b. 29 Jan 1890
d. 20 Feb 1942 D-22-04-05
Oregon Pvt 147 Spruce Sq
"William F. Mumm, 52, former resident of Salem, February 20 in Roseburg. Survived by two brothers, Chris F. and John Mumm of Salem; sisters, Mrs. Christine Vorphal of Portland, Mrs. Anna Greibenow of Salem and Mrs. Marie Leisinger of Kent, Wash. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, February 24, at 2 p.m., from the Clough-Barrick chapel. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 22, 1942 3:1 s/o John & Christine Heinke Mumm
b. 01 Jun 1859
d. 19 Mar 1939 D-06-04-07
Our beloved parents
on marker w/Ida B. Mund
"Gustave Mund at the residence, 1060 North 15th street, March 19. Survived by widow, Ida Bertha Mund; daughters, Mrs. Violet Darby of Ft. Francis, Canada, Mrs. Ida Knopf and Mrs. Bertha Yack of Portland, Mrs. Olga Oglesbee of Salem; also 3 grandchildren. Memorial services will be held Tuesday, March 21, at 2 p.m., from the Walker and Howell chapel. Rev. J.F. Olthoff of the German Baptist church officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 21, 1939 3:1 b. Walcher, Polland; s/o Gottlieb Mund per D/C #228
MUND, Ida Bertha
b. 18 Nov 1863
d. 23 Oct 1955 D-06-04-08
Our beloved parents
on marker w/Gustav Mund
"Mrs. Mund, 91, Succumbs--Mrs. Ida Mund, 91, of 1025 N. 21st St., died late Sunday at home. She had been a Salem resident since 1909.
She was born Nov. 18, 1863, in
Bromberg, Germany and came to America in 1888 with her husband, Gustav Mund, and their family. They farmed in Canada and lated lived in Oklahoma before moving to Salem. Mr. Mund died in 1939.
She was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church.
She leaves four daughters, Mrs.
Bertha K. Yack and Mrs. Ida Knopf, both of Portland; Mrs. Violet Darby, Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada; and Mrs. Olga Oglesbee, Salem; and nine grandchildren and nine great-grand-children. Six children preceded her in death.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Oct 25, 1955 2:3
MUND, Walter David
d. 08 Aug 1931 D-06-04-06
"At Portland, August 9, Walter David Mundt, aged 26. Survived by parents, Gustave and Ida Mundt of Salem, four sisters, Mrs. Ida Knopf and Mrs. Bertha Rickey, both of Portland, Mrs. Violet Darby of Fort Francis, Ont., Canada, and Mrs. Olga Oglesby of Salem. Funeral services Thursday, August 13, at 2 o'clock from the Salem mortuary chapel, 545 North Capitol street, Rev. J.W. Rutsch officiating. Interment at Jason Lee cemetery." OS Aug 13, 1931 5:1
MURRAY, Berwin F.
d. 24 Jun 1966 RA-39-11
Beloved husband and father
"Corvallis--Berwin F. Murray, 40, assistant professor of music at Oregon State University, died in Corvallis hospital Friday. He had been ill for some time.
He was a resident of 1832 Garryanna Way, Corvallis, and had served on the OSU faculty since 1959. He was graduated from Willamette University in 1952 and received a masters degree in music education in 1960.
Survivors include his widow Lola Murray, son Keith, and daughter Deborah Lynn, all of Corvallis; and brother Terry Murray of Dallas.
Services will be 3 p.m. Monday at the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Corvallis, with Rev. Wendell Mills officiating. Private interment will be at Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem. DeMoss-Durdan Mortuary is making arrangements." OS Jun 26, 1966 9:1
d. 2007 RA-06-21
d. Reserved RA-39-12
MURRAY, Mur Ray
b. 17 May 1878
d. 12 Jul 1910 D-25-01-03
"Murray--At the state hospital for the insane, July 12, 1910, Amur Ray Murray, aged 31 years.
Deceased is survived by a brother and sister in Oklahoma and a brother in Mikkalo, Or. Interment was made in Lee Mission cemetery yesterday after brief services by Rev. W.H. Selleck at Rigdon's undertaking parlors." OS Jul 16, 1910 5:3 s/o J.J. & Harriet (Newton) Murray per D/C #2049
MURRAY, William D.
d. 18 Mar 1895 OLD 115-03
"Murray--In Hampden Park addition to Salem, Monday, March 18, 1895, Wm. D. Murray, aged 60 years.
Deceased was a native of Scotland. He had been ill for some time. A wife is left to mourn his death. The remains will be shipped today to Wheatland, Coss county, North Dakota." DOS Mar 19, 1895 4:6 Record of Inter-ment #124 shows burial in Lee Mission
MYERS, Baby Girl
b. 15 Jul 1949
d. 15 Jul 1949 C-43-01-12
Record of Interment #1653
MYERS, Marie B.
b. 15 May 1839
d. 30 May 1924 OLD 102-02
"Myers--At the residence of her daughter, 1436 No. Twenty-first street, May 30, 1924, Marie B. Myers, age 85 years. Survived by her daughter, Mrs. J.D. Hill and several grandchildren. Services will be from the home Saturday at 3 p.m. Rev. N.C. Ernston officiating. Committal in Lee Mission cemetery. Arrangements in care of the Terwilliger Funeral Home." OS May 31, 1924 5:3 d/o Ransom Beach
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