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 - N -
NACE, Thomas M.
b. 12 Mar 1848
d. 10 Jan 1924 C-40-04-01
attendant at OSH; born Ohio; h/o Isabel; died at age 75yrs9mos28dys of heart disease per D/C #34
b. 30 Aug 1926
d. 30 Aug 1926 OLD 210-15
stillborn per Record of Interment #1091
NANNEY, Alton E.
d. 17 Aug 1969 RA-54-11
on marker w/blank space
"Late resident of Rt. 2, Box 209, Woodburn, Aug. 17, in a Salem hospital. Survived by widow, Leona Nanney. Graveside services Tues. Aug 19, at 10:30 a.m. at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Barrick Chapel, 205 Church St. SE, is in charge of arrangements." OS Aug 19, 1970 16:1
d. Reserved RA-54-12
on marker w/Alton E. Nanney
NASH, Albert L.
b. 06 Sep 1857
d. 04 Nov 1900 OLD 131-05
"Victim Of A Railroad Accident--A.L. Nash, Formerly of This City, Killed at The Dalles--Remains Buried in Salem--Sunday morning Clell Nash, of this city, received the sad intelligence of the death of his brother A.L. Nash, at The Dalles, from injuries received in a railroad accident. Mr. Nash was yardmaster of the O.R. & N. Co., at The Dalles, and was on duty at night. The following account of the unfortunate affair comes from The Dalles.
'A collision between freight train No. 21 and a switch engine on the tracks of the O.R. & N. in this city at 3:15 this morning resulted in the death of John McVey and Al Nash, both switchmen in the company's employ. The freight train arriving from the East ran, as is its custom, into the sidetrack at the foot of Jefferson street just as a switch engine with a caboose attached approached from the west. The engineer of the switch engine saw the freight, and judging it to be standing on the siding, ran ahead, striking the freight. McVey and Nash were riding on the front of the switch engine when the collision occurred, and were both thrown directly under the switch engine.
Besides having one leg caught under the trucks, Nash was crushed about the body and died at 5 o'clock. McVey was terribly injured across the stomach, but lived four hours after being taken from under the engine. He was an unmarried man, 25 years of age, whose people are said to live in Oakland, California.'
Mr. Nash was born in Missouri, September 6, 1856, and came to Oregon in early manhood, coming to Salem in 1879. He lived here about ten years and is well known by residents of this city. He was yardmaster here for the Southern Pacific for four years, and later went on the road as a freight conductor. He was a conductor for a time on the Astoria road and a little over a year ago accepted the position of yardmaster at The Dalles. The deceased was a member of Washington lodge No. 46 A.F. and A.M., of Portland, of which he was a Past Master. He was also a member of the order of Railroad Conductors. He leaves a wife and a young daughter to mourn his demise. The remains arrived in this city on the 11 o'clock train yesterday, and the funeral exercises conducted by the Masonic lodge, took place in Lee Mission cemetery at 2 o'clock." DOS Nov 6, 1900 3:1
d. 11 Aug 1911 OLD 131-01
"Nash--At the tuberculosis hospital, Friday, August 11, 1911, Clell Nash.
The funeral will be held from Lehman and Clough's undertaking parlors today at 2 p.m., under the auspices of the Foresters. Interment will be made at the Lee Mission cemetery. Mr. Nash was a pioneer of Salem." DOS Aug 13, 1911 4:2 Single; s/o Samuel & Lavina (Gilliam) Nash per D/C #2246
NASH, Harry A.
b. 07 Aug 1885
d. 04 May 1888 OLD 131-06
"Nash--In North Salem, Friday, May 4th, 1888, of pneumonia, Harry, three-year-old son of Al. Nash.
The child had been sick for some time. Mr. Nash is in the employ of the O. & C. and had his leg broken recently at Woodburn by falling from a freight car.
The funeral services will take place from the residence in North Salem, at 2 p.m., today (Saturday). The interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery. Friends invited." DOS May 5, 1888 3:3
Burial by Rigdon is only information listed on Record of Interment #397
d. 10 Sep 1880 OLD 146-10
b. Brooks Co, VA; age 50-11-12; died from S. of Brain per Record of Interment #73
NEIL, Violet Marie
b. 13 May 1921
d. 21 May 1921 OLD 112-07
d/o Ervin F. & Elma (Young) Neil of Livesly, OR; was a blue baby per D/C #317
d. 22 Jun 1902 N/A
Funeral ordered by H.H. Neill; burial at Lee Mission per Book of Funerals Held at W.T. Rigdon, Pioneer Morticians, For the Years 1892-1905
d. Reserved RA-07-07
d. 01 Aug 1966 RA-28-06
on marker w/Rose Nelson
"Albin Nelson, 73, 1050 8th St. NW, died Monday at a Salem hospital.
A native of Norway, he came to the United States when about 20 years of age. He lived in Wisconsin for a time, and in Sweet Home about 15 years before moving here two years ago. He was a retired millworker.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ilene Hemple, Salem, and two grandchildren.
Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Aug 2, 1966 I:7:2
NELSON, Alice Amelia
b. 06 Dec 1897
d. 20 Mar 1986 RA-07-05
Mother--Forever in our hearts
on marker w/Chauncy M. Nelson
"Alice Amelia Lauris Nelson, 88, of Salem, died Saturday.
Born in Litchville, N.D., she came here in 1964. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church and a 30-year member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary.
Her husband, Chauncy Miles Nelson, died March 6.
Survivors include her sons, Richard Fath, Valley City, N.D., Wilbur Nel-son, Sparks, Nev., Guy Nelson, Fargo, N.D., and Hubert Nelson, Las Vegas; and daughters, Margarete Peterson, Valley City, Marlene Warden, Salem, and Julie Ann Weatherly, Las Vegas.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Apr 1, 1986 2B:6
NELSON, Chauncy Miles
b. 22 Apr 1906
d. 06 Mar 1986 RA-07-06
on marker w/Alice A. Nelson
"Chauncy Miles Nelson, 79, of Salem, died Thursday.
He was born in Milltown, Wis., and came to Salem in 1964 from Valley City, N.D. A retired farmer, he was a member of Christ Lutheran Church and the Salem Senior Center.
Survivors include his wife, Alice A.; sons, Richard Fath, Valley City, N.D., Wilbur Nelson, Sparks, Nev.; Guy Nelson, Fargo, N.D., and Hubert Nelson, Las Vegas; daughters, Margarete Peterson, Valley City, Marlene Warden, Salem and Julie Ann Weatherly, Las Vegas; mother, Gertrude Liebnow, Huron, S.D.; brothers, Marshall Nelson, Des Moines, Harold Nelson, Anaheim, Cal., Doran Nelson, Schenectady, N.Y., and Roy Severson, Mandan, N.D.; and sisters, Mabel Helgeson, Dickinson, N.D., Mary Young, Des Moines, Elizabeth Clark, Wessington, S.D., and Minnie Hein, Wolsey, S.D.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen, and interment in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Mar 7, 1986 2B:6
b. 13 Sep 1874
d. 10 Jun 1945 C-51-01-01
"In this city June 10, Etta Nelson, late resident of Salem R.F.D.; mother of John Sams of LaGrande, Mrs. Julia Orr of Bremerton, Wash., and Mrs. Jean Mason. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, June 13, at 3 p.m., in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. S. Raynor Smith will officiate." OS Jun 12, 1945 5:1 d/o Abram & Mariah (Bollin) Miller; separated; died at OSH where she was a resident for 8y 5m 9d; usual address LaGrande, Union Co., OR per D/C #3946
NELSON, George W.
d. 26 Apr 1987 RA-38-05
"George W. Nelson, 94, of Salem, died Sunday.
He was born in South Bend, Wash., and was a Navy veteran of World War I. He was a graduate of the University of Washington School of Pharmacy, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. A resident of Salem the past 68 years, he owned and operated Salem Drug Co. and was a retired pharmacist. He was a member of Pacific Lodge No. 50 AF&AM and American Legion Capitol Post No. 9.
Surviving are his daughter, Elizabeth Adams, Milwaukie; and sons, Bill, Klamath Falls, and Jack, Sumner, Wash.
Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, under direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem.
Contributions may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 425 SE 11th St. Portland, Ore. 97214." SJ Apr 28, 1987 2B:3
NELSON, Hallie May
d. 07 Apr 1983 RA-38-04
"Hallie May Nelson, 84, of 545 Leslie St. SE, died Wednesday.
She was born in Salem and lived here all her life. She was a great-granddaughter of J.L. Parrish, Salem pioneer, and was a member of the Episcopal Church.
Survivors include her husband, George W.; daughter, Elizabeth Adams, Milwaukie; and sons, Bill, Klamath Falls, and Jack, Sumner, Wash.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Lee Mission Cemetery, under direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
d. Apr 1950 C-43-02-08
Per Record of Interment #1688
Contributions may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation." SJ Apr 8, 1983 2B:5
b. 27 Apr 1849
d. 29 Oct 1910 D-23-03-08
"Nelson--At the farm home near Fruitland, Oregon, five and one-half miles east of Salem, Oregon, Saturday evening, October 29, Lauritz Nelson, aged 62 years, of paralysis.
Besides a widow, deceased leaves to mourn his demise a family of 10 children, five boys and five girls. He is an old resident of the state and the community where he died. Funeral services will be conducted at the home, in Fruitland, at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and interment will be had in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Oct 31, 1910 4:6
d. 29 Jun 1966 RA-28-05
on marker w/Albin Nelson
NELSON, Wesley Lewis
b. 11 May 1882
d. 20 Feb 1958 D-23-03-07
"W.L. Nelson's Rites Planned--Graveside services for Wesley Lewis Nelson, 75, Chehalis, Wash., resident who died Thursday at a Tacoma hospital, will be Monday at 10:30 a.m. in Lee Mission Cemetery here.
The Rev. Robert Burton, Albany, will officiate with Howell-Edwards Funeral Chapel in charge. He was the son of Lauritz Nelson who is buried at Lee Mission.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Enid Nelson Ashford, Albany; brothers, Myn-ard Nelson, Kirkland, Wash., Herbert W. Nelson, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Clara Edwards, Seattle; Mrs. Effie Inveen, Renton, Wash.; Mrs. Florence Simmons, Tacoma; two grandchildren." OS Feb 21, 1958 6:1
b. 08 Sep 1855
d. 15 Mar 1924 C-42-01-01
"Nemyre--In this city, March 15, Mrs. Emma Nemyre, age 69 years, wife of Henry Nemyre of Salem, mother of Walter M. Nemyre of Salem, Victor A. and Denver D. Nemyre and Mrs. Lena Logan Hays of Portland, sister of William P. Caster of New York. Funeral services will be held Monday, March 17, at 10 a.m. from the Rigdon mortuary, interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 16, 1924 3:3 d/o John Castler per D/C #222
d. 05 Dec 1930 C-42-01-02
"Aged Man Hangs Self--Weakness Resulting From Increasing Years Blamed for Act--Henry Nemyre, 82, committed suicide in the basement of his daughter's home at 2420 Sixty-seventh avenue Southeast yesterday by hanging himself. He left a note to the daughter, Mrs. Lena Hayes, which read:
`As I am getting weaker in a way every day, I will end it all before I get to old to get around. You might give my watch and tool chest to Victor. Have my body cremated and put in a cheap coffin.'
Mr. Nemyre is survived, in addition to his daughter, by two sons, Victor and Denver, both of Portland." Oreg Dec 6, 1930 15:6
b. 12 Jun 1891
d. 14 Sep 1983 RA-42-06
on marker w/Regina Neuharth
"Emil Neuharth, 92, 875 Oak Street SE, died Wednesday.
He was born Plum Creek, S.D., and moved to Salem from North Dakota in 1948.
He was a contractor and a member of the First Church of the Nazarene.
Surviving are sons, Glen, Salem, and Harold, South Gate, Mich.; daughters, Dorothy French, Martha Murphy and Audrey Wheeler, Keizer, Julia Hansen, Viborg, S.D., Loralie Barth, Lodi, Calif., and Minnie Nunnex, Hanalei, Hawaii; brothers, Ed, Salem, Ben, Ted and Al, Seattle, Wash.; sisters, Martha Knutson, Salem, and Lydia Neuharth, Seattle.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen. Interment will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery.
Contributions may be sent to a favorite charity." SJ Sep 16, 1983
NEUHARTH, Infant Boy
d. 23 Aug 1949 C-43-01-14
"Infant son of Mr. Benjamin Neuharth 4135 Gary St. at a local hospital August 23. Announcement of services later by Howell-Edwards chapel." OS Aug 23, 1949 6:1
b. 11 May 1867
d. 26 Oct 1935 OLD 135-03
"At the home, 2165 Hazel avenue, October 26, John Neuharth, at the age of 68 years. Survived by widow, Katherine, two daughters, Lydia of Seattle and Martha of Salem; nine sons, John and William of Rothiemay, Mont., Emil of Menno, S.D., Emmanuel of Seattle, Otto of Great Falls, Mont., Ben of Pasco, Wash., Ted, Edwin and Alfred of Salem; two brothers, Phillip of McCluskey, N.D., and Samuel of Washburn, N.D.; two sisters, Madeline of McCluskey and Martha of Parkstown, S.D. Funeral services on Tuesday, October 29, at 2 p.m., from German Baptist church, Cottage and D streets, under direction of Salem Mortuary. Rev. Shunke officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 29, 1935 5:2
d. 21 Dec 1957 C-45-03-07
"Ex-Resident of Salem Dies--Mrs. Katherine Neuhart, 90, a former Salem resident, died Saturday in Seattle.
Mrs. Neuharth was born in Germany and had been a Salem resident since moving here from Montana in 1930.
She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Lydia Neuharth, Seattle, Martha Knutson, Salem; eight sons, John Neuharth, Lavina, Mont.; Emil and Edwin Neuharth, both Salem; Otto Neuharth, Portland; Emanuel, Theodore, Benjamin and Alfred Neuharth, all Seattle; 24 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Christine Becker, Portland.
Services will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in W.T. Rigdon chapel. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 22, 1957 2:8
d. 19 Feb 1967 RA-42-05
on marker w/Emil Neuharth
"Late resident of 2325 Electric St. SE, Feb. 19 at a local hospital at the age of 69 years. Survived by widower Emil; daughters, Miss Minnie Neuharth, Miss Martha Neuharth and Mrs. Dorothy French, all of Salem, Mrs. Audrey Wheeler, Portland, Mrs. Julia Hansen, Viborg, S.D., and Mrs. Loralie Barth, Lodi, Calif.; sons, Glen, Salem, and Harold, Wyandotte, Mich.; brothers Edward and Carl Pfeifle, both of Lodi, Calif., and George Pfeifle, Rock Island, Ill.; sisters Mrs. Barbara Oswald, Yankton, S.D., Mrs. Maggie Stern, Menno, S.D., Mrs. Christine Steiger, Lodi, Calif.; and 20 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Announcement of services will be made later by the Howell-Edwards Chapel of the Gardens, 1350 Com'l. SE." OS Feb 20, 1967 III:15:3
d. 22 Jun 1943 A-23-01-05
"In Rupert, Idaho, Tuesday, June 22, C.A. Newbill, late resident of Salem. Graveside services will be held Thursday, June 24, at 10:30 a.m., in the Jason Lee Mission cemetery. Direction W.T. Rigdon company." OS Jun 24, 1943 5:2
NEWBILL, Zelma Belle
b. 02 Mar 1866
d. 11 Feb 1933 A-23-01-06
"In this city, February 11, Zelma Bell Newbill, late resident of route 6, aged 67 years. Leaves husband, Casper A. Newbill of Salem; daughter, Mrs. Della Cox of Rupert, Ida.; sisters, Mrs. Nellie Reynolds of Crescent, Ore., Mrs. Lennie Hamilton of Ashwood, Ore., Mrs. May Montgomery of Bend. Funeral services Tuesday, February 14, at 1:30 p.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son, with Rev. Guy Drill officiating." OS Feb 12, 1933 5:2 d/o Aaron & Annie (Farrer) Crooks; w/o Cosper Newbill per D/C #123
NEWTON, Artie R.
b. 27 May 1888
d. 11 Jun 1941 A-25-02-06
"Final Rites Set For News Worker--Funeral services for Artie R. Newton, Salem newspaper employee who died Wednesday at the age of 53 years, will be at 10 o'clock this morning from the W.T. Rigdon chapel. He had been ill for several months and the day before had undergone an operation.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Luella Newton; children, Angus and Margaret Newton, all of Salem; brothers, Frank Newton of Salem, Carl Newton of Oregon City; sisters, Mrs. Lillie Sears of Guthrie, Okla., Mrs. Etta Wilson of Lebanon, Mrs. Minnie Morris of Olympia, Wash., Mrs. Pearl Blodgett of Kansas and Mrs. Edna McAlvin of Port-land." OS Jun 13, 1941 10:5 s/o James & Caroline Ruth (Lewellyn) Newton per D/C #519
NEWTON, Charity N.
See: RIDGEWAY, Charity N.
NICHOLL, Martha Elizabeth
b. 10 Feb 1910
d. 14 Mar 1920 A-34-04-02
"Nichol--Martha Elizabeth Nichol, 10 year old daughter of Reverend and Mrs. William Nichol, at the family home, 1404 South Church street, Sunday night, March 14.
Body at Webb and Clough. Funeral Tuesday at 3 p.m. from Leslie Methodist church and burial in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 15, 1920 7:1 d/o Wm & Catherine (Reid) Nichol per D/C
NICHOLSON, Ada M.
d. 10 Apr 1923 A-42-01-01
on marker w/John Nicholson
"Nicholson--At the residence, 2409 Cherry avenue, this city, April 10, Mrs. Ada M. Nicholson, age 46 years, wife of John Nicholson. Announcement of funeral will be made later by Rigdon & Son morticians." OS Apr 11, 1923 5:3
b. 09 Oct 1872
d. 12 Jan 1924 A-42-01-02
on marker w/Ada M. Nicholson
"Nicholson--At the residence, 2409 Cherry Ave., Jan 12, John Nicholson age 52 years, father of Emil Nicholson of Ohio and Paul, Arthur and Donald Nicholson, all of Salem. Mrs. Nicholson passed away last April. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 15, at 1:30 o'clock. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. J.J. Evans will officiate." CJ Jan 14, 1924 5:7 s/o Wm & Anna (Barnheart) Nicholson per D/C #39
NICKELSON, Janet Arlene
d. 21 Jul 1951 C-43-03-05
"Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Nickelson of Florence, Oregon. Graveside services were held this morning, July 23 at 10:00 a.m. in the Lee Mission cemetery, under the direction of the W.T. Rigdon Co." CJ Jul 23, 1951 17:8
NIXON, Bertha Alice
b. 18 Apr 1893
d. 28 Mar 1957 C-44-03-06
"Mrs. Nixon, Salem, Dies--Mrs. Bertha Alice Nixon, 63, a resident of Salem for about eight months, died Thursday in a Salem hospital. She was a resident of 2226 Electric St.
She was born April 18, 1893, in Coggon, Iowa.
Surviving are the widower, Robert Nixon, Seattle; sons, Lewis Gardner Nixon, Vancouver, Wash.; Alvin Nixon, East Lake, Wash.; Harold Nixon, Portland; daughters, Mrs. Margaret Woolf, Portland; Mrs. Dorothy Blake, Salem; brother, Glenn Gardner, Ames, Iowa.
Services are pending at W.T. Rigdon Mortuary." OS Mar 29, 1957 6:5
NIXON, Robert A.
b. 19 Nov 1889
d. 29 May 1968 C-44-03-07
Died in Kirkland, WA per WA Death Index
NOBLE, Earl R.
b. 03 Nov 1915
d. 30 Sep 1997 D-23-02-07
on marker w/Stella M. Noble
"Earl R. Noble, 78, of Salem, died Tuesday. Born in Rockham, S.D., he moved to Oregon in the early 1920s. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II and joined the Salem Fire Department in 1949, retiring as a captain in 1974. He served as president of Local 314 of the I.A.F.F. (AFL-CIO) and was secretary of the State Firefighters Union. He was involved with the successful lobbying for the firefighters heart and lung bill, and enjoyed hunting, camping and boating.
He married Stella Mason in 1947; she died in 1978. Survivors include his companion, Marie Hastay; daughter, Earlene Schlosser of Gold Hill; sons, Robert Noble of Salem and Ed Iiams of Turner; sister, Norma Farber of Grants Pass; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Visiting will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Englewood United Methodist Church. Private interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Contributions: Muscular Dystrophy Association, 4800 S.W. MacAdam, Portland 97201." Oregon Statesman, October 1997
NOBLE, Isabelle "Bella" H.
b. 10 Dec 1879
d. 19 Jun 1961 RA-54-01
"Bella Noble Dies at Her Residence--Mrs. Bella H. Noble, 81, who had lived in this area for 31 years, died Monday at the home, 335 19th St. SE.
Mrs. Noble was born in Ireland. She was married 61 years ago to James T. Noble, who survives. Other survivors include two sons, James, Eureka, Calif., and Earl, Salem; two daughters, Mrs. Lottie M. Montgomery, Salem, and Mrs. Norma B. Faber, Grants Pass; eight grandchildren and 22 great great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at W.T. Rigdon Chapel. Rev. Lloyd G. Uecker will officiate, with interment at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 20, 1961 5:3 full name Isabelle Woodside Henry Noble
NOBLE, James Glenn
b. 10 Aug 1912
d. 10 Jul 1979 RA-54-02
Tec 5 US Army World War II
"July 10, 1979, resident of Eureka. He was the husband of Florence Noble of Eureka and the brother of Mrs. Norma Faber of Grants Pass, Ore. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews who reside in Oregon.
Mr. Noble was a native of Belle Plaine, Iowa, and had made his home in Humboldt County for the past 20 years, during which time he was employed as a truck driver.
Funeral services will be Friday, July 13, 1979 at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Pierce Mortuary, with the Rev. James M. Brown officiating.
Private inurnment will be held in Salem. Honorary casketbearers will be Runar Stolpe, John Stolpe, Richard Alden, Joe Masterson, Dale Roslosnik, and Alan Masterson.
Friends may call at the Pierce Mortuary chapel for visitation today, July 12, from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m and 7-8 p.m." source not given
NOBLE, James Tilton
b. 14 Jan 1877
d. 23 May 1966 RA-54-02
"Services will be Friday at 1 p.m. at W.T. Rigdon chapel for James T. Noble, 89, of 835 19th St. SE, who died Monday night in a Salem hospital.
He was born in Ames, Iowa, and came to the Salem area 33 years ago.
Surviving are sons Earl of Salem and James of Eureka, Calif.; daughters, Lottie M. Montgomery of Salem and Norma B. Farber of Grants Pass; eight grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.
Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Rev. Bruce Cornely will officiate." OS May 25, 1966 8:2
NOBLE, Stella Mae
b. 06 Jul 1915
d. 18 Jan 1978 D-23-02-06
on marker w/Earl R. Noble
"Graveside services for Stella Mae Noble, 62, of 785 18th St. NE, who died Wednesday in a Salem hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Lee Mission Cemetery. A memorial service will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Englewood United Methodist Church under the direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
She was a lifelong resident of Salem and member of the Englewood United Methodist Church where she was a Sunday school teacher, wedding and reception hostess.
She was a founding member and acting worker in Salem Chapter of Fish. For many years she was a member of election boards of Marion County, City of Salem and local school district.
The family suggests contributions to the Englewood United Methodist Church Memorial Fund in her memory." OS Jun 20, 1978 3C:2
NODINE, Alice Ethel Rients
b. 24 Aug 1897
d. 08 Mar 1923 D-09-02-07
on marker w/Grace, Myrtle & Henry Rients
"Nodine--At the Deaconess hospital, 2:30 Thursday morning, Alice Ethel Nodine, wife of J.E. Nodine of this city, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Law of this city. She was born in Salem Aug. 24, 1897. Funeral Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Terwilliger home, services conducted by Rev. Richard Hacking." OS Mar 9, 1923 5:3
NOONAN, Jerry J.
d. 13 Sep 1944 A-52-02-07
"Jerry Noonan, 64, late resident of Portland, in Independence September 13. Funeral announcement later from the Clough-Barrick company." OS Sep 17, 1944 5:1 Record of Interment #1500 has burial at A-52-02-07; however, there is no A-52 lot
NORLANDER, Ralph A.
b. 10 Apr 1916
d. 03 Nov 1989 RA-04-05
F1 US Navy World War II
"Ralph A. Norlander, 73, of Salem died Friday in Salem.
He was born in Crosby, Minn., and he moved to Salem from Minneapolis in 1964. He had worked as a wholesale electronics salesman. He was a member of American Legion Post 9, Salem, and he attended the Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Ruby, whom he married in 1937 in Minneapolis; son, David F. of Los Altos, Calif.; daughter, Kathleen E. Hill of Charlotte, N.C.; brother, Carl of Minneapolis; and sisters, Dora Thornton of Tampa, Fla., and Helen Prewitt of Blanchester, Ohio.
Services will begin at 1 p.m. Friday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Private family interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to Union Gospel Mission or the Salvation Army." SJ Nov 5, 1989 2B:4
d. Reserved RA=04-06
NORMAN, Dessie E. Sanders
See: SANDERS, Dessie E.
NORMAN, Floyd H.
d. 07 Apr 1959 RA-34-06
"At the residence, 2935 Jensen St. NE, Salem, April 7th. Survived by wife, Mrs. Marguerite Norman, Salem; sons, Herman Forest Norman, Salem, Robert Bruce Norman, Oregon City; mother, Mrs. Ella E. Norman, Amarillo, Tex; brother, Raymond W. Norman, Amarillo; granddaughter, Cheryl Ann Norman, Oregon City. Services will be held Saturday, April 11th at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel of the Clough-Barrick Funeral Home. Rev. Arlin M. Halvorsen will officiate. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 9, 1959 5:2
NORMAN, Marguerite C.
d. 07 Mar 1982 RA-34-05
"Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Barrick mortuary for Marguerite Norman, 77, of 433 Calico St. NW, who died Sunday in Salem Hospital Memorial Unit.
Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Born in Colorado City, Texas, she had lived in Salem the past 30 years. Until her retirement, she had been a hospital aide for 17 years at Salem Hospital General Unit.
Survivors include her son, Robert, Salem; four grandchildren, and one great-grandson." SJ Mar 10, 1982 2B:2
NORMAN, Mary C.
b. 21 Jun 1890
d. 02 Dec 1977 RA-37-03
NORTHCOTT, Gladys B.
b. 08 Mar 1906
d. 11 Aug 1990 RA-06-07
"Graveside services for Gladys B. Northcott, 84, of Salem who died Saturday in Salem, will begin at 1 p.m. today in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Aug 15, 1990
NORTHNESS, Minnie Pearl
d. 23 Dec 1945 D-10-01-07
"In this city Sunday, December 23, Minnie Pearl Northness, late resident of West Salem, at the age of 62 years. Wife of Ray E. Northness of West Salem, and sister of George Butson of Salem, Charles Butson of Stockton, Calif., and Gideon Butson of Calif-ornia. Services will be held Wednesday, December 26, at 1:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with interment in the Lee Mission cemetery, Dr. Joseph Adams will officiate." OS Dec 26, 1945 5:1
d. Reserved RA-30-11
NORWEST, Richard Thomas
d. 12 Jul 1959 RA-30-12
"In this city, Sunday, July 12 at the age of 24. Late resident of 2245 Front St. NE, Salem. Survivors include the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Williams, Salem; five sisters, Mrs. Janette Bobb, Salem, Mrs. Mary Haskins, Gladstone, Ore., Mrs. Bernita Case, Tacoma, Wash., Miss Marcella Norwest, Salem, Miss Janette Norwest, Salem; four brothers, Frank Norwest, White Swan, Wash., Marcellus Norwest, Chiloquin, Ore., Oscar Norwest, Fort Leonard, Mo., and Gregory Norwest, Salem; grandfather, George Dwall, Salem. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 14 in the Howell-Edwards Chapel. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jul 13, 1959 5:1 See also: "2 Men Die as Auto Crashes Into Boxcar...." OS Jul 13, 1959 1:6
NORWOOD, John Wall
d. 07 Jun 1940
buried at Belcrest per Barrick Funeral Home and Belcrest records
NUNGESTER, Roxanna Fiske
d. 1970 OLD 158-04
NUNN, Ellen M.
b. 10 Feb 1842
d. 14 Aug 1926 OLD 208-02
"At the residence, 1176 North 19th street, August 14, Miss Ellen M. Nunn, age 84 years, sister of Paul N. Nunn of San Diego, J.J. Nunn of Salem and Mrs. Emily Whitman of New York. Funeral will be held Thursday, Aug. 19, at 3 o'clock from the residence, 1176 North Nineteenth street, Rigdon mortuary in charge." OS Aug 18, 1926 5:8 d/o Charles R. Nunn per D/C #546
NUNN, Jennie D.
b. 17 Feb 1876
d. 10 Nov 1956 OLD 208-04
"Mrs. Nunn, Active Church Worker, Dies--Mrs. Jennie D. Nunn, 80, active in church and community life and a resident of the Salem area for more than 40 years, died Saturday at a Salem hospital. She had suffered a stroke Thursday at the home, 940 N. 19th St.
Mrs. Nunn was long active in First Presbyterian Church and held offices in the Oregon Presbytery. She was a life member of the Women's Missionary Society in recognition of her long service as treasurer of that group.
She had also served as a trustee of the Children's Farm Home at Corvallis and at time of her death was treasurer of the Marion County Women's Christian Temperance Union.
Born in Kansas--Mrs. Nunn was born Feb. 17, 1876 at Centralia, Kan., and in her younger years taught school in Kansas and in a mining camp at Eureka, Utah. On July 17, 1901, she was married to Josiah J. Nunn, at Centralia, Kan., after meeting him through his association with her brothers in pioneering hydro-electric development in Utah.
The family resided for a time at Provo, Utah, and then at LaGrande for eight years prior to coming to Salem in 1915. Her husband died in Salem Aug. 2, 1952.
Survivors Listed--Survivors include two sons, Charles T. Nunn, Walla Walla, Wash., and Joseph J. Nunn, San Marino, Calif.; two daughters, Louise N. McGilvra, Forest Grove, and Marga-ret N. Newell, Piedmont, Calif.; four brothers, Merrill Durland, Manhattan, Kan.; Harry J. Durland, Compton, Calif.; Walter H. Durland, Centralia, Kan.; and Benjamin M. Durland, Salem; sister, Mrs. Mary D. Jesse, Centralia, Kan.; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Clough-Barrick Chapel, with interment following at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 11, 1956 I:5:7
NUNN, Josiah J.
b. 30 Jan 1850
d. 02 Aug 1932 OLD 208-03
"Josiah J. Nunn passed away at the residence, 940 North 19th street in this city, Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the age of 82 years. Survived by widow, Jennie D. of Salem, two daughters, Louise H. of Portland and Margaret E. of Salem; two sons, Charles T. of Marshfield and Joseph J. of Portland; one brother, Paul N. Nunn of San Diego, Calif. Funeral services will be held from the residence Thursday, Aug 4, at 10:30 a.m. under the direction of Clough-Barrick company. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 3, 1932 5:2 s/o C.R. & M. (Kendall) Nunn per D/C #592
d. OLD 208-05
b. 20 Nov 1860
d. 12 Mar 1929 A-23-04-05
"Thomas Nunnemaker, 68, died March 12. Survived by his wife, Hattie, and the following children, Mildred, John, Edna, Ada and Mary. Also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Mary Stratton, of Miller, S.D.; J.J. Nunnemaker, of Burtum, Minn.; R.M., of Patrician, Canada; C.V., of Oakland, Calif.; J.B. of Hayes, La. Funeral services at 1:30 Friday in the Rigdon Mortuary chapel, Rev. L.D. Smith officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 14, 1929 5:4
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