LEE MISSION CEMETERY BURIALS
Compiled 1996 by Stephenie Flora, Sherrill Hochspeier
and Jean Custer
Updates are made on a continuous basis by Michael Staten
For needed corrections, email Michael Staten at email@example.com
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.
Burial Listing for surnames beginning with - P -
d. 11 May 2019 RC-31-03
buried 18 May 2019
d. 01 Dec 1893 OLD 136-03
"At the state insane asylum, Salem, Friday, December 1, 1893, Captain William Packard.
The deceased was committed to the asylum during June, 1892. The funeral will be held at the undertaking parlors of A. M. Clough, at 3 p.m. today, Rev. Wm. Copeland of Unity church conducting the services. The burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 3, 1893 5:4
PADE, Henry E.
b. 29 Aug 1908
d. 14 Jan 1985 RA-18-04
on marker w/Violet M. Pade
"Henry E. Pade, 76, of Salem, died Monday.
Born in Leola, S.D., he came here in 1937. He was a partner in Pade and Keene Contractors Home Builders until retiring 11 years ago, and a member of Christ Lutheran Church.
Survivors include his wife, Violet M.; son, Robert A. Payne, Thousand Oaks, Calif.; sisters, Adeline Keene, Lyons, and Ermina Withrow, Salem; and brothers, Fred, Portland, Carl, Leola, and Albert, Wilsonville.
The casket will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to noon Thursday at Barrick mortuary, where services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice, P.O. Box 2292, Salem, Ore. 97308." SJ Jan 16, 1985 2B:5
PADE, Violet M.
b. 08 Jul 1903
d. 19 Apr 1996 RA-18-05
on marker w/Henry E. Pade
"Violet Pade, 92, of Salem died Friday.
She was born and raised in Wheatland, moving to Salem in 1922. Her husband, Henry, is deceased.
Survivors include her son, Robert Payne of Thousand Oaks, Calif.; sisters, Thelma Uhlinger of Ione, Calif., and Marie Blue of Los Angeles; six grandchildren; and 10 great-grand-children.
At her request, no services will be held. Arrangments are by Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Contribution: American Cancer Society, Marion County Unit, 161 High St. SE, Suite 208-C, Salem, Ore. 97301." SJ Apr 21, 1996 3B:1
PADRICK, Benjamin Franklin
d. 29 Mar 1949 C-47-01-18
Record of Interment #1631
"Benjamin Franklin Padrick, in this city March 29 at the age of 89 years. Survived by daughter, Mrs. D.E. Weinrich, Sacramento, Calif. Graveside services will be held in Lee Mission cemetery, Tuesday, April 5, at 1:30 p.m. Direction by W.T. Rigdon company." OS Apr 5, 1945 11:1
d. Reserved RA-44-03
PAGE, Arthur Burley
b. 03 Jul 1857
d. 28 Dec 1928 Salem, Oregon C-22-04-04
Interment Record #1183
"Arthur Burley Page, 71, died at the residence, 246 North 17th street, December 28. He is survived by his wife, Hattie Page, two sons, Claude D., and Arthur L. Page, of Jefferson, and five daughters; Mrs. Clara Eshleman of Canyonville, Mrs. Gladys White of Portland, Mrs. Iris Arnold, of Monmouth, Mrs. Myrtle Coats of Eugene and Miss Ruby Page of Salem and nine grandchildren. Funeral services Monday at 10:30 at Rigdon Mortuary. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 30, 1928 3:5
D/C #902 Arthur Burley Page, s/o Arthur L. & Asenath Page
PAGE, Gloria Arline
b. 05 Oct 1943
d. 23 Dec 1943 C-22-04-01
Interment Record #1490 listed as Victoria Arline Page
"In this city Thursday, December 23, Baby Gloria Arline Page, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Page of Aumsville, at the age of two and a half months. Besides her mother and father, who is in the US navy, she is survived by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Page of Ontario, Ore., R.E. Smith of Pomona, Calif., and Mrs. P.A. Jameson of Norwalk, Calif.; and five great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Brubaker of Aumsville, Mrs. A.B. Page of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Ontario. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, December 28, at 2 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon company chapel with concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. S. Hamrick will officiate." OS Dec 28, 1943 5:1
D/C : #1115 Gloria Page, d/o Lloyd C. & Gladys Arline (Smith) Page & gd of Arthur & Hattie Page
PAGE, Harvey E.
d. 14 Apr 1973 Salem, Oregon RA-44-02
on marker w/Irma A. Page
"Late resident of 3225 Fisher Rd. NE Salem, April 14th in Bremerton, Wash. Survivors include widow, Irma A. Page, Salem, sons, Donald E. Barckley, Hood River, Harvey E. Page Jr., Bremerton; Daryl R. Page, Salem; daughters, Mrs. Shirely E. Jaeger, Glenview, Ill., Miss Marilyn S. Page, Columbus, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Edna Hardman, Indepen-dence, Ore., Mrs. Violet Hart, Victoria B.C. Canada. Eleven grand-children also survive. Services will be in the Virgil T. Golden Chapel, 605 Com'l SE at Oak, Thurs. April 19th at 1:30 PM Rev. Cletus E. Freed offici-ating. Ritualistic services by Salem B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 336. If so desired contributions may be given to Fairview Volunteer Services for recreational fund, 2250 Strong Rd. SE Salem." OS Apr 18, 1973 27:6
PAGE, Hattie P. [Dame]
d. 11 Oct 1952 Chico, California C-22-04-03
on marker w/Arthur B. Page
Interment Record #1793
"Mrs. Hattie P. Page, in Chico, Calif., Oct. 11, survived by daughters Mrs. Gladys White of Salem; Mrs. Iris Arnold of Lebanon; Mrs. Myrtle Coats of Chico; Mrs. Ruby Walker of Seattle; sons, Claude Page of Ontario and Arthur L. Page of Jefferson, 19 grand-children, 18 great grandchildren. Services will be held in the Clough-Barrick chapel at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14, with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 13, 1952 13:4
d/o John Wesley & Clara ( ) Dame
PAGE, Irma A.
b. 01 Jun 1902
d. 25 Apr 1995 RA-44-01
on marker w/Harvey E. Page
"Columbus, Ohio--Irma A. Page, 92, died Monday in Columbus.
A Washington native, she spent most of her adult life in Salem, where she was active in Englewood United Metho-dist Church. Her other activities included volunteering for the Oregon State Hospital for eight years and teaching the Laubach program at the state corrections school in 1967.
She also taught sewing and ceramics, as well as in private homes for six years. She later taught crafts at the Oregon State Penitentiary for 17 years. Beginning in 1975, she served as a foster grandparent at Fairview Training Center for six years. She also served as a chairman for the Salem FISH program.
She was nominated for a Valiant Lady award for her work with state institutions.
Her husband, Harvey E. Page, is deceased.
Survivors include sons, Donald E. Barckley of Hood River, Harvey E. Page Jr. of Bremerton, Wash., and Daryl R. Page of Salem; daughter, Shirley E. Jaeger of Nashville, Tenn.; nine grandchildren; and six great-grand-children.
Visiting will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem. Memorial services will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the church. Private interment will be held Saturday. Contributions may be made to the church, 1110 17th St. NE, Salem 97301, or the YWCA Teen Parent Program, 768 State St., Salem 97301." SJ Apr 27, 1995 4B:4
b. 19 Jul 1846
d. 02 Mar 1922 A-41-03-02
on marker w/Thalia E. Reed Palmer
"Palmer--Alonzo Palmer at the age of 75 years, at his home, 1511 North Winter street, on Thursday morning at 4:30. He leaves his wife and two sons, E.M. of Macleay; D.A. of Montana; three daughters Mrs. Joseph Lebold, Salem; Mrs. J.E. Gray, La Combe; Mrs. J.A. Southam, North Dakota; one brother, J.B. Palmer, Pendleton; two sisters, Mrs. J. Donal, Michigan; Mrs. Johanna O'Brien, Kansas. Services will be held from the Webb & Clough chapel Monday at 10:30 o'clock. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery, Rev. Mr. Chapman officiating." OS Mar 4, 1922 3:6 s/o David & Dollie (Preston) Palmer per D/C #173
PALMER, Caleb M.
d. 14 Mar 1927 OLD 093-04
"Palmer--In this city March 14, Cable Palmer, age 76 years, brother of James Palmer, at the Methodist Old People's home. He was a brother of James Palmer. Funeral services Wed-nesday, March 16, at 10 a.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Mar 15, 1927 9:8
PALMER, Estella Ione
b. 10 Oct 1860
d. 09 Dec 1943 C-51-01-02
"In this city Thursday, December 9, Estella Ione Palmer of Salem. Aunt of Mrs. Mamie White of Lewiston, Idaho. Funeral services will be held Monday, December 13, at 1:30 p.m. from the W.T. Rigdon chapel. Concluding ser-vices at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 11, 1943 5:2 single; d/o Calvin & Mary (Hurd) Palmer; d. OSH per D/C #1072
b. 11 Jun 1831
d. 27 Jul 1915 A-39-02-08
"Palmer--George Palmer, aged 84 years, at the home of his son, W.R. Palmer, 960 North Twenty-second street, July 28.
Funeral will be held from the residence July 29, at 2 p.m." OS Jul 28, 1915 5:5 s/o William & Sallie (Lane) Palmer per D/C #4538
Note: headstone replaced in the 1990's with no indication of George's participation in the American Civil War. George's civil war roster
d. 24 Apr 1926 OLD 093-03
"Funeral services for the late Mrs. Mary E. Palmer, wife of Cabel Palmer, will be held Tuesday, April 27 at 10 a.m. from the Rigdon mortuary, inter-ment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 26, 1926 5:7
PALMER, Thalia E. Reed
d. 04 May 1922 A-41-03-03
on marker w/Alonzo Palmer
"Palmer--Thalia Elizabeth Palmer died at 1511 North Winter May 4, at the age of 71 years. Funeral services will be held from the Webb & Clough chapel Monday, May 8, at 10:30 a.m., Rev. George Chapman officiating. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery. The deceased is survived by two sons, D.A. of Montana, E.M. of Oregon and three daughters, Mrs. J. Lebold of Salem, Mrs. J.E. Gray of LaComb, Or., and Mrs. J.A. Southan of North Dakota." OS May 7, 1922 3:3
PARIS, Elva Beryl
b. 23 Dec 1914
d. 12 Nov 2009
"Graveside services were held at 1:00 p.m. on November 16, 2009 at Lee MissionCemetery, officiated by
Virgil T. Golden Funeral Services. Elva Paris passed away Thursday, November 12, 2009 at Avamere
Court at Keizer. She formerly resided at 1120 Wilbur Street, S.E., Salem. She would have been 95 years
old on December 23, 2009.
Born at Bridge Oregon, she was a homemaker until 1971 when she began working at local area canneries.
She became a poet while residing at Avamere Court at Keizer.
Surviving is her daughter, Diane Paris Hegstrom, of Bronx, New York." [written by Diane Paris Hegstrom]
d. 29 May 1917 D-17-03-02
"Paris--At her home, five and one-half miles east of Salem, Tuesday, May 29, 1917, Mrs. Melvint Paris, 54 years old.
The funeral will be held today at 1:30 o'clock from the Fruitland church. Rev. G.W. Plumer will conduct the services and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
Besides her husband, John Paris, she leaves the following sons and daugh-ters: Ernest Bennett, Salem; Edmund Bennett, Ogden, Utah; William S. Ben-nett, Boyne City, Mich; Mrs. Stephen Howard, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Elbert Howard, Load, Ky.; Mrs. O.W. Mills, Falls City; Mrs. S.C. Bultgen, Falls City; Mrs. Robert Bennett, Falls City, and Mrs. John Earle, Salem." OS May 31, 1917 5:6 Melvina, d/o John Bredon per D/C #242
PARIS, Paul Albert Sr.
b. 05 May 1907
d. 19 Feb 1983 RA-24-06
Sgt US Army World War II
"Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary for Paul Albert Paris Sr., 75, of 1120 Wilbur St. SE, who died Saturday. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. The casket will be open at the mortuary 2-9 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday. The family suggests contributions to char-ity.
Born in South Sharon, Pa., he worked in steel mills. He came here from Pittsburgh and was a remodeling con-tractor until his retirement. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Surviving are his wife, Elva; son, Paul A., Jr., Keizer; daughters, Bernice Bales, Banning, Calif., Dolores DeCair and Betty Hicks, both of Aumsville, and Diane Paris, Bronx, N.Y.; and sister, Isabel Elliott, Seattle." SJ Feb 21, 1983 2B:5
PARK, Ara Belle May
b. 27 Sep 1874
d. 02 Dec 1953 C-38-01-07
on marker w/John T. Park
Interment Record #1834
"Mrs. Park Succumbs to 7-Year Ill-ness---Mrs. Ara Belle May Park, Salem resident since 1922, died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elmer J. Roth, 1585 N 21st St., after an illness of seven years. She was 79.
Mrs. Park was born Sept. 27, 1874 near Sandyville, Iowa. She was one of 13 children.
In 1893 she was married to John T. Park in Iowa. The couple moved to Aberdeen, Wash., in 1905 and a year later settled in Redmond. They came to Salem in 1922. Her husband died in 1940.
She was a member of the Methodist Church.
Surviving are three sons, Roy O. Park, Park, Ore., Clarence W. Park, Willamina, and Ernest S. Park, LaGrande; two daughters, Mrs. Elmer J. Roth and Mrs. Flossie Loynes, both of Salem; two sisters, Mrs. Mollie Wells, Salem and Mrs. Issie Fox, Indianola, Iowa; also several grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. in Howell-Edwards Chapel with the Rev. Lewis White officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 3, 1953 5:3 d/o Levi & (Douglas) Reeves per Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Records
PARK, John Thomas
b. 14 Sep 1869
d. 15 Sep 1940 C-38-01-08
on marker w/Belle Park
Interment Record #1427
"John Thomas Park, 71, late resident of 210 South 23rd street, September 16. Survived by widow, Mrs. Belle Park; three sons, Roy O. of Oregon City, Clarence W. of Willamina and Ernest of Salem; daughters, Mrs. Leona Roth of Salem and Mrs. Clara Wallace of Sacramento; one brother, William R. of Iowa; three sisters, Mrs. Dora Young of Iowa, Mrs. Ira Dowd of Los Angeles, Miss Martha Park of Redlands, Calif.; six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from chapel of Walker & Howell Funeral home Wednes-day, September 18, at 1:30 p.m., Rev. H.C. Stover officiating. Interment Jason Lee cemetery." OS Sep 17, 1940 5:3 s/o John Thomas & Margaret (Gregg) Park per D/C #795
PARK, Lennie C.
b. 27 Mar 1883 IL
d. 21 Feb 1921 D-22-01-06
"Park--At the Deaconess hospital, Feb 21, Lennie C., wife of M. Park, 1023 North 17th street at the age of 37 years.
She is survived by her husband, children Nina and Leslie; mother, Mrs. Sarah M. Walker; 4 sisters Mrs. E.V. Perrine, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Leta Munson, Salem and Mrs. Olive Hogan, Bend, Or.; three brothers, D. Walker, Eugene; J.A. Walker, Roseburg; Paul R. Walker of Salem. Services are in care of Terwilliger home and funeral will be in the Bungalow church Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Putnam officiating, and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Feb 21, 1921 5:1
PARK, Moses Cledel
b. 03 Feb 1878
d. 17 May 1950 D-22-01-05
"Dallas--Funeral services for Moses Cledell Park, 72, former resident of Salem who died here Wednesday after a long illness, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. from the Henkie-Bollman chapel.
The Rev. Kenneth Johnston of the First Christian church will officiate, and interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery in Salem.
Park was born Feb. 3, 1878, at Mulkeytown, Ill., and was married to Lennie C. Walker in Franklin county, Illinois, in 1903. From 1911 to 1938 Park lived in Salem. He moved to Dallas in 1938.
Surviving are his son, Leslie E. Park of Dallas; a daughter, Nina M. Etter of Salem route 8, and a sister and two granddaughters." OS May 19, 1950 12:1
d. 1927 DS-22
PARRISH, Elizabeth Winn
b. 17 Mar 1811
d. 28 Aug 1869 DS-16
wife of Rev. Parrish
one of the reinforcement of the Oregon mission of the M. E. Church. Founder of the Orphan Home in Salem
"Dies, in Salem, Marion county, Oregon, Aug. 30th, 1869, of lingering illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Parrish, late consort of Rev. J.L. Parrish, of the Oregon Annual Conference, aged 58 years 5 months and 13 days.
Maiden name, Elizabeth Winn. Born in Montgomery county, New York, March 17th, 1811. Brought up principally in the city of Rochester, New York. United with the M.E. Church in 1830. Married to Mr. Parrish Sept. 26th, 1833. Set sail from New York harbor in the ship Lausanne, for Oregon, in company with her husband, three child-ren, and a number of other families, October 9th, 1839. Arrived in Oregon, May 1840, via Cape Horn and the Sand-wich Islands. Here with her family she has since lived, except a few months visit to her friends in the east. In Oregon, Mrs. Parrish has with others, endured the hardships and perils incident to this then, far off, barbarous, and almost unknown land; many a pioneer has shared the hospitalities of her and her husband's house, while her hands have ministered to their necessities; these on hearing of her death, will drop a tear over the memory of past scenes.
As a woman, Mrs. Parrish possessed a strong mind and commanding mien; a sound discriminating judgment, and a kind heart. `She opened her mouth in wisdom, and on her tongue was the law of kindness.'
As a wife, Mrs. Parrish `reverenced her husband, in her, his heart could trust; she did him good, and not evil, all the days of her life, she looked well to her household, and ate not the bread of idleness. Her adorning was modest, not that outward adorning of plaiting the hair and wearing of gold, or putting on extravagant and gaudy apparel; but the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptable, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God, of great price.'
As a mother, few children, if any, ever had a better than her's `They will arise up and call her blessed,' and long will they cherish the memory of her motherly affection, and the words of wisdom and kindness which fell from her lips.
As a friend, she was true and could be implicitly confided in; as a neighbor, always obliging; as a Christian, Sister Parrish's religious experience was comforting and clear, and yet her piety shone more in example and deeds, than words; every where, by land and by sea, she adorned her Christian profession; in all places, that same consistant Christian woman. To the sick within her reach, she was ever ready to administer comfort and aid. She clothed the naked, and fed the hungry. She blessed the orphan and wiped his tears. She sympathized with suffering humanity, and relieved it. She rejoiced with those who rejoiced, and wept with those that wept. She was the President of the `Ladies Christian Commission Society' of Salem, and among others gave of her means to relieve the wounded and suffering soldiers. A true Christian patriot. She was also President of the `Children's Aid Society,' and did much to promote its interests. In her last sickness, Sister Parrish suffered as a Christian, patiently trusting in God to the last, and was sustained. She talked freely of her passage to the heavenly state; just on the brink of the `stream' she said, `It is but a step over, just a step, and those on the other shore are awaiting to wel-come me. I have no particular one in view, but they are there, thousands of them.'
Those who stood by will not soon forget that heaven beaming counten-ance; her death was triumphant. Just as she breathed her last, she raised her hands and eyes, as evidently a brighter scene broke on her enraptured vision, and exclaimed, `Father Leslie! Father Leslie!' and was gone. Was that glorified patriarch allowed, with other shining ones, to escourt her home? What a privilege, `to see a pilgrim as he dies; with glory in his view!' With Sister Parrish, as with others before the Throne:
`The voyage of lifes at an end,
The mortal afflicition is past;
The age that in heaven they spend;
Forever, and ever, shall last.'
May God abundantly bless and comfort the bereaved husband and children; and may they all, at last, come to the home of the blessed.'" PCA Sep 11, 1869 2:5
d. 29 Jan 1927 DS-20
wife of Norman O.
on marker w/N.O. Parrish
"Early Saturday, Jan. 29, at the residence, 455 North Summer st., Mrs. Henrietta Parrish, age 85 years, widow of the late Norman O. Parrish, pioneer resident of Salem; mother of Mrs. Hallie Hinges and Miss Nina Parrish of Salem, and Mrs. E.M. Cox of Seattle; grandmother of Karl E. Hinges and Mrs. George Nelson of Salem, Edward and Henrietta Cox of Seattle; great grand-mother of Norman Parrish Hinges and Billie Nelson. Mrs. Parrish was a member of the First Methodist church. Funeral services Monday, Jan. 31, at 3 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Inter-ment in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 30, 1927 5:6
PARRISH, Josiah L. Rev.
b. 14 Jan 1806 NY
d. 31 May 1895 DS-17
Left NY 1839 Coming with Jason Lee around Cape Horn in ship Lausanne arriving 1840
Missionary to the Indians, called by them `the man of Peace'
"Father Parrish Dead---At 1:15 this (Friday) morning Rev. J. L. Parrish, one of the last of the early Methodist missionary pioneers and one of the best known men in Oregon, breathed his last at his residence, Capitol and Marion streets, this city. He was born January 14, 1806, consequently was close to 90 years old. He landed in Oregon in May, 1840, and for 55 years has held an honored place among its people and has been one of the foremost among the builders of its prosperity. There will be wide spread mourning over his bier. Time and circumstances make an adequate notice this morning impossible. It will be given later. Funeral arrangements will be made and due notice given.
A wife married in 1888 survives him; also three sons by a former wife-Samuel B. of Portland, Norman O. of this city, and Charles W. of Canyon City; also two daughter by another wife-one residing in New York the other in Tacoma." DOS May 31, 1895 1:5 See also: OS Jun 1, 1895 3:2-4 Josiah Lamberson Parrish m1. Elizabeth Winn; m2. Jennie L. Lichenthaler; m3. Mrs. M.A. Pierce
PARRISH, Nina Winn
b. 05 Apr 1870
d. 04 Apr 1933 DS-24
"Miss Nina Winn Parrish died at her house here, 455 North Summer street, yesterday. She was born in Salem April 5, 1870 and had spent her entire life here. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Hallie Parrish Hinges of Salem and Mrs. E.M. Cox of Seattle.
At the time of her death Miss Parrish was and for many years had been the proprietress of a high class boarding house.
Funeral services will be held from the chapel of the Clough-Barrick company mortuary, Thursday, April 6 at 2 p.m. with Rev. W.C. Kantner and Rev. F.A. Weil officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot at the Lee Mission cemetery.
Miss Parrish was only a few days ago, while apparently in her usual health, the victim of a paralytic stroke, from which she did not rally. Some of her friends who had been her patrons went yesterday to a florist's to secure flowers for presentation on her 63d birthday, and were surprised to be told their intended recipient had passed to her long home--missing by only a day the anniversary.
Her father was Norman Parrish, a resident of the capital city from his early youth, who passed on a number of years ago. He was the son, and thus the deceased a granddaughter, of Rev. J.L. Parrish, who came as a member of the famous Lausanne party of mission-aries arriving in 1840, with his wife and three children. He held several mission stations, having supervision of work among the Indians, to whom he was known as "the man of peace." He was successful in his mission and other work, held the northeast mile square donation claim of the four that make up the site of Salem. He and his wife gave the land on which was built the Glen Oak orphans' home, now one of the buildings of the state hospital; and Lee Mission cemetery is on a part of that claim. The Parrish junior high school was named for him--standing on part of the original Parrish claim. Rev. J.L. Parrish was at the primary meetings leading to the provisional government, upon which the state of Oregon was founded. His name is on the Champoeg Park monument. In all pioneering movements, from 1840 on, he was a prominent figure." OS Apr 5, 1933 3:7-8
PARRISH, Norman O.
b. 19 Apr 1836
d. 26 Nov 1900 DS-19
on marker w/Henrietta Parrish
d. 17 Jul 1955 C-45-02-02
Interment Record #1873
"Bert Parson Rites Pending--Funeral arrangements are pending for Bert Parson, 84, former Stayton resident who died Sunday at the nursing home at 650 Locust St., Salem.
Parson had been an invalid since his arrival in Salem four years ago. He reportedly leaves a son whose address is unknown. The body is at the W.T. Rigdon funeral home." OS Jul 20, 1955 5:5
b. 06 Aug 1853
d. 25 Dec 1922 A-34-02-05
"Pascoe--At the residence, 1068 N. 17th street, Dec. 25, Mrs. Cretoria C. Pascoe, age 69 years, wife of Henry Pascoe, mother of Mrs. Jas. Dale of Ann Arbor, Mich., J.B. Smith of Edmonton, Alberta, and Thos. D. Smith of Eagle Creek, Or., stepmother of W.A. Pascoe of Medford, Minn., and Mrs. F.O. Bartholomew of Salem. Member of the First Congregational church and the Women's Relief Corps. Funeral services Wednesday, Dec. 27, at 2 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary, interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 27, 1922 5:4 d/o John B. & Cretoria (Subury) Ackley per D/C #934
d. 31 Jan 1923 A-34-02-07
Co A 10 Minn Inf
"Pascoe--At the residence of his daughter, Mrs. F.O. Bartholomew, 1096 North 17th street, early Wednesday, January 31, Henry Pascoe, age 79 years, member of Sedgwick post, G.A.R., father of Mrs. F.O. Bartholomew of this city and W.A. Pascoe of Medford, Minn., grandfather of Miss Gladys I. Bartholonew and Lyle E. Bartholomew of this city and eight other grandchildren; also is survived by three step-children, Mrs. James Dale of Ann Arbor, Mich., J.B. Smith of Edmonton, Alberta, and Thomas D. Smith of Eagle Creek, Or. Funeral services will be held from the Rigdon mortuary on Friday at 2 o'clock, interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 1, 1923 3:3
PATCH, Dennis W.
d. 28 Oct 1970 A-28-04-02
"Dennis W. Patch, 1070 15th St. NE, died Wednesday at his home.
Survivors include his widow, Dorothy, Salem, and two sons, Donald, Seattle, Wash., and David, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Services are pending at the Virgil T. Golden Chapel." CJ Oct 29, 1970 27:1
PATTON, Alice L.
b. 22 Jan 1891
d. 12 Jan 1995 RA-60-10
on marker w/Earl S. Patton
"Albany--Alice Lilly Patton, 103, died Thursday.
She was born in Tainter, Wis., and grew up in Wisconsin. She moved to Salem in 1907 and worked as a domestic for several Salem families until her marriage to Earl S. Patton on June 6, 1912, in Salem.
She also owned Patton Plumbing in Salem with her husband during the 1920s and worked in Salem canneries during World War II until 1953. She moved to Portland in 1989 and returned to Salem in April 1991. She settled in Albany in April 1992.
Her interests included gardening, especially roses.
Her husband, Earl, died on July 12, 1961.
Survivors include her granddaughter, Clara Royer of Albany; three great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
Visiting will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in Fisher mortuary. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Thursday in the mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem.
Contributions may be made to the Linn County Genealogical Society or Evergreen Hospice." SJ Jan 14, 1995 4B:1
PATTON, Arthur Earl
b. 22 Dec 1914
d. 22 Dec 1914 OLD 117-13
Infant Patton; stillborn; female; nearest relative, E.S. Patton per Record of Interment #665
PATTON, Earl S.
b. 16 Apr 1884
d. 12 Jul 1961 RA-60-11
on marker w/Alice L. Patton
"Salem Resident Dies at Home---Earl S. Patton, 77, a resident of Salem for more than 50 years, died Wednesday at his home, 1255 17th St. NE. He was a plumber.
He was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, and moved to Salem in 1908.
He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Alice Patton, Salem, and a son, Harry E. Patton, of Las Vegas, Nev., and a granddaughter.
Services are pending at Howell-Edwards Funeral Home." OS Jul 13, 1961 7:2
PATTY, Carrie M. White
b. 17 May 1836
d. 24 Dec 1888 OLD 164-02
w/o W.R. Patty
on marker w/W.R. & Martha A. Patty & Elizabeth Patty Bewley
"At her home on Marion street, Monday, December 24, 1888, at 4:15 o'clock in the afternoon, Mrs. W.R. Patty, aged 52 years, from a complic-ation of diseases.
The funeral will take place from the Methodist church to-morrow (Wednesday) at 2 o'clock p.m." DOS Dec 25, 1888 3:3 Also see: PCA 23 May 1889 6:4
PATTY, Levena Gilliam Nash
d. 16 Jan 1894 OLD 131-08
"Patty--At the family home on East Marion street, Salem, at 8:40 o'clock p.m. Tuesday, January 16, 1894, Levena Patty, aged 62 years.
Deceased had been ill for the past two years, and after four days being confined to her bed, the disease culminated in the form of inflammation of the stomach.
Mrs. Patty is the widow of W.R. Patty who died at the same home three years ago. She was born in Clay county, Missouri and came to Oregon in 1875. With the exception of two years in Dallas she spent her remaining days in Salem. Mrs. Patty was much re-spected and beloved by a large number of friends and acquaintances in this city and was especially noted for her many acts of charity and benevolence. She leaves two sons, Clell, and Albert Nash, both of this city and a daugh-ter, Mrs. Lola M. Cox of Grants Pass.
Funeral announcement will be made later." DOS Jan 17, 1894 4:5
PATTY, Martha A. Greene
b. 28 Dec 1821
d. 06 Jul 1880 OLD 164-03
m'd 08 Sep 1839
wife of W.R. Patty
on marker w/W.R. & Carrie Patty & Elizabeth Patty Bewley
PATTY, William Rooker Rev.
d. 12 May 1890 OLD 164-01
on marker w/Carrie & Martha Patty & Elizabeth Patty Bewley
"Patty--At his home in this city on Monday, May 12, 1890, at 9 o'clock a.m., W.R. Patty, aged 72 years.
`Father' Patty, as he was familiarly called, was a native of Tennessee. In November, 1852, he came to Oregon settling at Milwaukee, Clackamas county. He resided for a short time in Polk and Yamhill counties, and in 1860 he came to Salem and located. In the same year he connected himself in business of the Capital Lumbering mill company; remaining with them a few years he sold out and settled on a farm near Amity. After remaining there eight years and over he came back to Salem and re-engaged in the lumbering business. At the time of his death he was the president of this mill. He has been thrice married and leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss.
The funeral will be held this forenoon at 11 o'clock at the Methodist church, of which he was a member, and the remains will be interred in the Lee Mission cemetery, east of Salem." DOS May 14, 1890 4:3
PAULUS, Jennie E.
d. 25 Aug 1950 A-24-02-01
RI : #1702 Jennie Paulus, age 62, d. 25 Aug 1950; bur 29 Aug 1950 in Block 24 Sec A Lot 2 Grave 1, 1 grave purchased
"Jennie E. Paulus, late resident of Cottage Grove, in this city, August 25, at the age of 62. Survived by a sister, Mrs. Ethel Odell, Gresham, and two brothers, Earl Paulus, Bend, and Lee Paulus, Redmond. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, August 29, at 1:30 p.m. at Lee Mission cemetery. Direction by W.T. Rigdon company." OS Aug 29, 1950 10:4
PAWLEY, John Rex
b. 18 Sep 1904 Vernon Co, MO
d. 23 Jun 1946 West Salem, Polk Co, OR C-47-03-05
h/o Ethel Madeline Trammel
"John Pawley Killed by Car--Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon chapel for John Rex Pawley, 41, route 1 box 68, Salem, who was killed almost instantly early Sunday in West Salem when struck by a car driven by Joseph E. Lalack, Dallas.
Burial is to be at Lee Mission cemetery with services by the Salem Eagles Lodge.
Lalack was treated for shock at Salem General hospital and released following the accident which occurred near the Oregon Saw works on Edgewater street. State police said as the incident was related to them Pawley stepped out of a cafe and started to cross the highway to his parked car, stepping in front of Lalack's automobile." OS Jun 25, 1946 1:1 survived by wife and five children per OS Jun 25, 1946 5:1
PAYNE, Edwin Robert
d. 20 Dec 1961 A-34-01-01
"Edwin Payne of Salem Dead--Edwin R. Payne, 66, longtime Salem postal employee and a well known stamp collector, died Wednesday in a veterans hospital in Portland, after illness of several weeks.
Payne was nationally known as a specialist in envelopes of frontier days.
He was also a collector of histori-cal documents and was the author of an index of post offices of Oregon throughout the history of the state and territory.
His skill as a military bugler--he was overseas in World War I as a bugler in the Army--was often called upon for military funerals in the area. Payne lived in Salem most of his life, but was born in Iowa. He retired in 1957 from a 22-year career at Salem Post Office, where he worked with cancellation records.
Survivors include sons Robert Payne of Long Beach, Calif. and Jerry Payne of Salem; and three grandchildren. His residence was 1795 Capitol St. NE.
Funeral services will be announced by Barrick Funeral Home." OS Dec 21, 1961 9:6
PAYNE, Elizabeth S.
b. 23 Jun 1862
d. 04 Apr 1924 A-34-01-04
on marker w/Rev. James R. Payne
"Diphtheria claimed its second victim of the week here early this morning when Mrs. Elizabeth Payne, 62, of Sweet Home, died at a local hospi-tal. Heart trouble and a bad cold were contributing causes to the death. Funeral services are to be held tomor-row afternoon at the Lee Mission ceme-tery." CJ Apr 4, 1924 7:2
"Payne--In this city Friday, April 4, 1924, Mrs. Elizabeth F. Payne, 62, wife of James Payne of Sweet Home, Or., foster mother of Edwin R. Payne of Salem and half sister of Mrs. Martha Nellis of Denver, Col. Private burial services will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery Saturday after-noon at 3 o'clock. The Rigdon mortuary in charge of arrangements." CJ Apr 4, 1924 7:3 d/o Robert Shaw per D/C #269
b. 25 Apr 1921
d. 27 Apr 1921 OLD 112-02
Emagene; d/o Oscar & L. (Denwiddie) Payne died from gastro-intestinal hemorrhage per D/C #269
PAYNE, James R. Rev.
d. 28 Sep 1938 A-34-01-03
on marker w/Elizabeth S. Payne
"At the residence, 1645 South Cottage street, James Robert Payne, 82. Survived by widow, Mrs. Martha J. Payne, and a son, E.R. Payne, both of Salem. Services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon company chapel Friday, September 30 at 3 p.m., with Dr. James E. Milligan officiating. Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Sep 30, 1938 9:3
PAYNE, Jerry C.
b. Sep 1929
d. 05 Nov 1976 RA-18-06
"Silverton--Jerry C. Payne, 47, of 3862 Silver Falls Drive SE, died Friday at his home of an apparent overdose of tranquilizers, according to state police.
He was born in Salem. He was a plumber for various firms in the Salem area and was a member of Elks and Eagles.
He is survived by widow, Audrey F.; daughters, Sandy Payne and Lorinda Macomber, stepdaughter, Charlene Axtell, sons, David and Donald, mother, Mrs. Violet Pade, all of Salem; brother, Robert J., Thousand Oaks, Calif.; grandmother, Mrs. Luella LaFollette, Salem; two grandchildren.
Private graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in Lee Mission Cemetery. Virgil T. Golden mortuary is in charge." OS Nov 6, 1976 4D:6
PAYTON, Oliver Muggines Jr.
d. 14 Jul 1957 REMOVED
Interment Record #1913 Removed 22 Oct 1959 to Riverside Cemetery, Albany, Linn County, Oregon
"In this city, July 14th, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M.Payton. Graveside services were held Monday at 3 p.m., July 15th, Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, by direction of W.T. Rigdon Co." OS Jul 16, 1957 11:3
PEASE, J. W.
d. 21 Nov 1942 N/A
b. 21 Sep 1855
d. 03 Nov 1927 A-30-03-05
"Anton Pederson, aged 72, husband of Mary Pederson, brother of Mrs. Mary Rosencrans, of Nebraska. Funeral services Saturday, November 5, at 1:30 at the Rigdon mortuary." OS Nov 5, 1927 5:6 s/o Peter Pederson per D/C #833
d. 20 Feb 1945 A-30-03-06
"Mrs. Pederson Dies Tuesday, Rites Friday--Funeral services for Mary Pederson, 86, who died here Tuesday at the home of her son-in-law, Charles Mattson, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel with Rev. Warren Hale officiating. Concluding services will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery.
Mrs. Pederson, a native of Denmark, came to the United States 64 years ago and in 1915, with her husband, the late Anton Pederson, came to Salem to make her home. She was a member of the Emmanuel Baptist church.
Survivors include four grandchild-ren, Mrs. Lillian Fromm, and Sylvia, Frances and Henry Mattson, all of Salem; two great grandchildren, Arlene and Gordon Fromm of Salem and her son-in-law. Two brothers who reside in Denmark also survive." OS Feb 21, 1945 2:5
PEEBLES, Harriet Jane
b. 15 Oct 1848
d. 15 Oct 1928 A-43-02-07
on marker w/Harvey M. Peebles
"Graveside Services Today--Mrs. H.M. Tebles, who died in Dallas Tuesday will be buried in Jason Lee cemetery Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and graveside services will be read at the cemetery. The usual funeral services will be held in Dallas earlier in the day. Mrs. Teebles, formerly a resi-dent of Salem for many years, has been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Maggie Morrison of Dallas, for several years. Mr. Teeble is a Grand Army veteran." OS Oct 18, 1928 3:2 d/o Martin Smith; born Chesterfield, IL.; w/o Harvey M. Peebles; died from cerebral hemorrhage per Polk Co. D/C #106
PEEBLES, Harry G.
d. 03 Aug 1941 A-43-03-01
"At the residence, 2310 North 4th street, Sunday, August 3, Harry G. Peebles, aged 68 years. Brother of Wilbur and H.M. Peebles of Riverside, Calif. Funeral services will be held in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company, Thursday, August 7, at 3 p.m. Rev. Guy L. Drill will officiate. Concluding services Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 5, 1941 5:1 s/o H.M. & Harriet Peebles per D/C #685
PEEBLES, Harvey M.
b. 01 Sep 1844
d. 24 Jun 1930 A-43-02-07
Co F 133 Regt Ill
Co I 152 Regt Ill
on marker w/Harriet J. Pebbles
"Dallas--Funeral services for Harvey Miller Peebles, 86, one of the last Civil War veterans of the city, will be held from the Methodist church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with interment in the Jason Lee cemetery at Salem. He had been in ill health for several months and died at his home Tuesday.
Mr. Peebles served two enlistments in the Illinois volunteer infantry. He was born September 1, 1844 at Chesterfield, Ill. Upon death of his father he made his home with a grand-father, Rev. Jesse Peebles, pioneer Methodist minister. He married Harriett Jane Smith March 1, 1866, coming to Oregon in 1904, the family making its home in Salem, Dallas and Newberg. They observed their 60th wedding anniversary in 1926. Mrs. Peebles died two years ago.
Five children survive, Harry G. Peebles, Portland; Lucillius Roscoe Peebles, Hubbard; Horace M. and Wilbur N. Peebles, Riverside, Calif., and Mrs. Margaret I. Morrison, Dallas." CJ Jun 26, 1930 15:8
PEEBLES, John Stanley
d. 30 Jan 1978 N/A
PEKAREK, Baby Boy
d. 12 Jun 1953 C-43-04-17
Record of Interment #1807 spells last name Pekanek
Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Record #183 s/o Louis & Alice (Johnson) Pekarek
d. 16 Sep 2016 RC-32-17
d. Reserved N/A
b. 13 Mar 1825
d. 06 Nov 1909 D-16-01-04
"Mrs. Rosa Penn Dies Yesterday--Woman of Heroic Character Passes Away After Long and Eventful Life--After a singularly eventful life of 85 years, Mrs. Rosa Penn passes away at 10 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her son, James T. Penn, 500 North Capitol street.
Born in Indiana and later a resident of Arkansas and Oklahoma, Mrs. Penn's life history was full of deeds of bravery, heroism and sacrifice more than commonly falls to the lot of women. Living in an age before modern machinery simplified living, Mrs. Penn picked cotton, which she spun and wove into garments, and cared for the ten children born to her.
It is told of her that on one occasion when living in Arkansas during the war the supply of salt gave out, and the family suffered much because of the lack of it, Mrs. Penn rode on horseback a distance of 150 miles, securing a peck of the coveted article and was within a half mile of home when set upon by `bushwackers' and robbed of it, but her pathetic appeal to them caused the return of a small portion of it.
At another time a neighbor's husband had been killed by marauding `bushwackers,' and every able-bodied man having been pressed into war service, Mrs. Penn dug the grave for the man and made for him the box that served as a casket.
Her strength of character, courage and indomitable will remained with her throughout her life, and she retained her faculties to the very last.
Her declining years were full of suffering, which she bore bravely and patiently. Her illness was due to cancer, and she suffered the amputa-tion of one arm to stay the ravages of the disease. Twice was her hip broken by falls, the last time being in September, an injury from which she never recovered.
She is survived by the following children, her husband having preceded her to the grave about seven years ago; Mrs. Murphy of Harrison, Ark.; Mrs. Willson, Shawnee, Okla.; John H. and A.L. Penn of Oklahoma; George of Washington; Mrs. Miller of Harlan, Or., and J.T. Penn of this city.
The funeral will take place from the parlors of Rigdon & Lehman at 3 o'clock today, Rev. W.H. Selleck officiating. Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Nov 7, 1909 6:3
PENNY, Samuel Edward
d. 26 Apr 1959 RA-33-06
"In this city, Sunday, April 26 at the age of 91 years. Father of Mrs. E.W. Clausen, St. Paul, Minn.; uncle of Mrs. Card, Lancaster, Calif. Ser-vices will be held Friday, May 1st at 10:00 a.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Concluding services at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 29, 1959 5:2
PENOYER, Mary L.
d. 27 Feb 1926 OLD 211-07
"Penoyer--In this city, Feb. 27, Mary L. Penoyer, at the age of 84 years. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2:30 o'clock. Concluding services in the Jason Lee cemetery under the direction of the Rigdon & Son mortuary." CJ Mar 1, 1926 7:8 d/o Vincent & Henrietta (Edwards) Penoyer; born in Wayne Co, MI.; died at OSH from senile exhaustion per D/C #159
See: ZARAGOSA, Carmen Perez
d. Reserved RA-48a-07
PEREZ, Guadalupe see: Guadalupe Perez Bonsalez RA-48a-08
d. Reserved RA-48a-09
PERKINS, Nancy Gearin
d. 16 Jun 1938 OLD 172-05
"Nancy A. Perkins Funeral Is Today--Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy A. Perkins, 77, pioneer of Oregon, will be held today at Clough-Barrick chapel at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Guy L. Drill officiating and Women of Woodcraft in charge of the ritualistic services. Mrs. Perkins, whose home was at 990 North Fifth street, died at a local hospital Sunday.
Nancy A. Wright was born March 15, 1861 at Quincy, Ill. In 1882 she was married to Hiram Gearin of Carthage, Ill., and with an emigrant train they went to San Francisco. They next went to Portland where they first lived on the site where the Portland hotel now stands. Mrs. Gearin, a farmer, sett-led on 160 acres in the French Prairie district near Salem. To them two sons were born, Fred H. and William E. Gearin. Following Mr. Gearin's death in 1893, Mrs. Gearin married Bradford D. Perkins in 1895. A daughter of this marriage, Ruby Perkins Kennen, resides in Salem.
Mrs. Perkins was a life long member of the Christian church and for 35 years a member of Silver bell circle No. 43, Women of Woodcraft." OS Jun 21, 1938 2:3
PERLICH, Alwin Ivan
d. 01 Mar 1911 D-14-04-06
"Perlick---At their home, two and a half miles east of Salem, early Wednesday morning. Ivan Perlick, the three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perlick. The funeral will be held at their home Friday morning at 10 o'clock, and burial willl take place in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 2, 1911 5:7 s/o Robert & Anna (Haas) Perlich; died of obstruction of the bowels per D/C #880
d. 15 Nov 1961 A-30-03-02
on marker w/Robert Perlich
"Anna Perlich of Salem Dead--Mrs. Anna Perlich, a Salem resident for 60 years, died Wednesday night at her home, 1080 Church St. NE, at the age of 82. She had been in failing health for some time.
Mrs. Perlich was born in Germany and came to Salem from California. She and Robert Perlich were married 62 years ago this month at San Francisco, Calif. They farmed for many years on State Street east of Salem.
She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church.
Besides her widower, she leaves three daughters, Mrs. Emilie Weikum, Salem, Mrs. Bertha Moore, Portland; and Mrs. Gertrude Olson, St. Helens; two sons, Silas Perlich, Brooks, and Gus Perlich, San Fernando, Calif.; 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grand-children.
Arrangements are pending at Howell-Edwards mortuary." OS Nov 16, 1961 7:5
d. 10 Oct 1908 D-14-03-01
"Perlick--Mrs. Madeline Perlick, wife of A. Perlick, age 51 years, at her home three miles east of Salem, Saturday morning at 4 o'clock, of cancer.
The funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. today at the German Baptist church. Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Oct 12, 1908 8:4
d. 15 Jun 1974 A-30-03-03
on marker w/Anna Perlich
"One hundred-year-old Robert G. Perlich, retired East Salem farmer, died Saturday at a St. Helens hospi-tal. He had made his home the past 10 years with a daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Olson, in St. Helens.
He was a native of Germany who came to this country and lived in Salem area from 1901 to 1964.
He leaves sons, Silas of Salem and Gustav of Sylmar, Calif.; daughters, Emilie Weikum, Salem, Bertha Moore, Portland, and Mrs. Olson; 13 grand-children, 26 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild.
Funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednes-day at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Chapel, interment at Lee Mission Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to Grace Baptist Church Missionary Fund, St. Helens." OS Jun 17, 1974 20:1
PERO, Bell M.
b. 16 Dec 1854
d. 27 Jan 1920 D-18-04-08
"Pero Funeral Sunday--The body of Mrs. Belle Pero who died in Center-ville, Rhode Island, January 27, arrived in Salem late yesterday after-noon and is at the Rigdon undertaking establishment. The funeral service will be held some time Sunday after-noon from the Rigdon chapel." OS Feb 6, 1920 5:1
PERO, Edward A.
b. 26 Feb 1854
d. 16 Jun 1918 D-18-04-06
"Pero--At the home of his son, 1215 North Commercial street, June 16, 1918, Edward A. Pero, 64 years old.
Mr. Pero was a former employe of the Kay Woolen Mills. Besides his widow, he leaves a son and three daughters. They are Edward H. Pero, Mrs. R.H. Davis of Portland, Mrs. J.R. Acheson of Hood River, Mrs. Melvin Matteson of Akron, N.Y.
The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the Rigdon chapel. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 18, 1918 4:3
PERRINE, Edgar Birchfield
b. 12 Jun 1872
d. 29 Sep 1947 D-22-01-02
"Edgar Birchfield Perrine, late resident of 1460 Broadway st. Monday, September 29, at the age of 75 years. Husband of Mrs. Avis Perrine of Salem; father of Mrs. Arline Hodges of Roseburg, Lyle G. Perrine and John L. Perrine, both of Portland and Virgil M. Perrine and Stanley A. Perrine, both of Salem; brother of Mrs. Edith McCourt of Mt. Hood, Oregon, and O.B. Perrine of Hoquiam, Wash. Survived also by nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday, October 2, at 2 p.m. at the Clough-Barrick chapel with inter-ment in Lee Mission cemetery, the Rev. Louis White officiating." OS Oct 1, 1947 5:6
PERRINE, Iona M.
d. 26 Feb 1929 D-22-01-03
wife of E.B. Perrine
"Mrs. Iona M. Perrine, 49, of Salem, died Tuesday at a Portland hospital. Besides her husband, E.B. Perrine, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. T.D. Hodges of Eugene, and four sons, Lyle G., of Compton, California; Virgil M., of Portland; and Stanley and Johnnie of Salem; also her mother, Mrs. S.M. Walker, of Salem; two sisters, Mrs. William Hogan, Redmond and Mrs. Frank Munson, Salem; three brothers, D.S.R. Walker of Portland; J.A., Pomona, Cal., and Paul R., Roseburg. Funeral services Friday at 2:30 o'clock from Clough-Huston's chapel, with Rev. Fred C. Taylor officiating, assisted by Rev. C.B. Harrison of Portland and Rev. LeRoy Walker, of St. Helens. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 1, 1929 9:4
PETERS, Alando Abe
b. 18 Feb 1920
d. 24 Jan 1987 RA-02-05
"Alando Abe Peters, 66, of Salem, died Saturday.
Born at Mountain Lake, Minn., he lived in the Dallas and Monmouth area before moving to Salem in 1960. He was a cook at several restaurants.
Survivors include his wife, Olga; mother, Nellie Peters, Mountain Lake; daughters, Norma McBeth, Pearl Cavender and Julie Hahn, all of Salem, Barbara Travis, Dallas, Wilma Coates, Emmett, Idaho, and Beverly Crandall, Eugene; brothers, Alvin, Des Moines, Iowa, and Herb, St. Louis, Mo.; and sister, Phyllis Linscheid, Butterfield, Minn.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Jan 27, 1987 2B:3
PETERS, Charles W.
b. 06 Apr 1855
d. 12 Feb 1926 A-29-03-07
on marker w/Eliza J. Peters
"Charles W. Peters died at a local hospital February 12, at the age of 70 years. Survived by his widow, Mrs. Eliza J. Peters, three sons, L.C. of Los Angeles, H.D. of Redmond, Or., C.F. of Sheldon, N.D.; two sisters, Mrs. Nora Andrews of Centralia, Wash., Mrs. Ida Adams of Richland Center, Wis., one brother, W.S. Peters of Olympia, Wash., three half-sisters and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. from Webb's funeral parlors, Rev. Mr. Gillespie officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 13, 1926 5:6
PETERS, Eliza J.
b. 01 Oct 1859
d. 04 Apr 1939 A-29-03-08
on marker w/Charles W. Peters
"Mrs. Peters Dies--Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza J. Peters, former Salem resident who passed away at Eugene Tuesday, will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the First Church of God here. Two sons survive, Ferris Day of near Wilsonville, Ore., and Day Peters of Redmond." OS Apr 6, 1939 5:1
PETERS, Elizabeth Gladys
d. 19 Dec 1968 A-29-03-05
on marker w/Holiday Peters
"Lebanon--Mrs. Elizabeth Gladys Peters, 80, 535 A St., died Thursday in a Lebanon hospital.
A native of Dixon, Ill., she came to Lebanon from The Dalles 20 years ago.
She is survived by the widower Holiday D.; daughter Mrs. Helen Burns, Portland; sons Charles, Hawaii, Otto, Eureka, Calif.; seven grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; sister Mrs. Bessie Cummings, Portland; brothers Frank Timmerman, Salem, John Timmer-man, Hudson, Wis., George Timmerman, River Falls, Wis.
Services will be 2:30 p.m. Monday at Jost mortuary with Rev. Wesley Dodge officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." OS Dec 21, 1968 27:6
d. 04 Feb 1970 A-29-03-06
on marker w/Elizabeth G. Peters
"Lebanon--Holiday Peters, 86, a resident here for 20 years, died Wednesday in a Portland hospital.
A retired sawmill operator, he came here from The Dalles and lived at 585 A St. He was born in Nebraska.
Survivors are a daughter, Helen Burns, Portland, sons Charles W., Kailu, Hawaii, and Otto F., in Calif-ornia; brother C.F. Peters, Milwaukie, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Services will be 1 p.m. Monday in Jost mortuary, Rev. Wesley C. Dodge officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." OS Feb 6, 1970 6:1
d. 21 Nov 1997 RA-15-07
b. 22 Apr 1921
d. 04 Jan 2004 RA-02-06
"KEIZER - Olga Peters, 82, of Keizer died Sunday, Jan. 4th. Born at Manitoba, Canada, she lived in the Dallas and Monmouth area before moving to Keizer in 1960. She worked at Salem State Hospital as a medical aide until she retired in 1983.
Survivors include six daughters, Norma McBeth of Dallas, Pearl Cavender, Barbara Travis, Beverly Crandall, and Julie Hahn all of Keizer and Wilma Coates of Emmett, Idaho; 13 grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren. Two surviving sisters, Marie Warkentine or Brookings, Ore. and Adeline Friesen of Hathaway Pine, Calif.
Visiting, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Thurs., Jan. 8 followed by services at 1:00 p.m. at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors. Interment will follow at Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. SJ Online
d. 11 Mar 1934 D-09-03-04
"In this city, Monday, March 12, Viola Peters, aged 42 years. Survived by widower, Chris Peters of Portland; brother, R. Crothers of Salem. Funeral services will be held Firday, March 16 at 2:30 p.m. from the chapel of the Salem Mortuary, 545 North Capitol street. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 16, 1934 2:4 d/o Wm. & Anna E. (Robinson) Crothers per D/C #185
PETERSEN, Arthur Edmond
d. 27 Jan 1928 A-28-03-05
"Peterson--At Roseburg, January 27, Arthur E. Peterson, age 50 years, resident of Cannonville, formerly a resident of Salem, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Peterson of Cannonville; brother of Mark W. Peterson of Los Angeles and Theodore C. Peterson of Cannonville. Mr. Peterson was a member of Salem Elks Lodge and the Methodist church of Salem. Funeral services Monday, Jan-uary 30, at 2:00 p.m. from the Rigdon mortuary." CJ Jan 28, 1928 11:8
d. Reserved RA-56-03
b. 19 Oct 1856
d. 20 Sep 1930 A-28-03-04
"John H. Peterson, aged 73 years, died at the residence, 1747 Broadway street, Saturday morning, September 20. Survived by his wife, Marie; two children, Theodore C., of Salem, and Mark W., of San Francisco, Calif. Funeral services will be held Monday, 3 p.m. at the Rigdon mortuary; interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 21, 1930 5:4
PETERSON, Josephine Bartruff
b. 21 Mar 1901
d. 14 Feb 1995 RA-55-07
At Rest with God
"Beaverton--Josephine Bartruff Peterson, 93, formerly of Salem, died Tuesday, Feb. 14, in Portland.
A native of Salem, she was born on a farm on Silverton Road, and grew up here, attending Salem schools.
She was a registered nurse and also worked as a cook at Cleveland High School and clerk at Portland State bookstore. She lived in the Westmoreland area of Portland for 65 years and moved to a Beaverton retirement in 1993.
Her husband Owen D. Peterson is deceased.
Survivors include her daughter, Ines M. Whipple of Portland; sons, Wayne A. of Tigard and Robert C. of Sandy; sister, Ruth Bartruff Walter of Beaverton; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thurs-day, March 2, in Virgil T. Golden mortuary in Salem. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem." SJ Feb 24, 1995 4B:2
b. 19 Oct 1857
d. 10 Jul 1934 A-28-03-04
"At the residence, 1747 Broadway, July 10, Mrs. Marie Peterson, aged 76 years, widow of the late John H. Peterson, sister of Harry Shurs of Stockton, Cal., Mrs. Frank B. Eyers of Campbell, Minn., Mrs. J.L. Gordon of St. Paul, Minn., aunt of Charles L. Eyers of Salem. Also survived by other nephews and nieces, eight grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral services Monday, July 16, 10:30 a.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon & Son. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 13, 1934 5:1 d/o Andrew & Katherine (Johnsen) Shurs per D/C #472
PETERSON, Nels A.
b. 05 Mar 1870
d. 20 Oct 1955 C-45-01-02
Interment Record #1876
"N.A. Peterson Stricken, Dies At Portland--Nels A. Peterson, 85, long a resident of Salem, died Thursday at a Portland hospital shortly after suffering what was believed to be a heart attack in a bus depot.
Peterson was born March 5, 1870, in Norway, and after coming to Salem made his home at 456 N. 18th St. He was a gardener by trade.
Surviving are the widow, Clara, Salem; a daughter, Elvina Welches, Cut Bank, Mont.; and a nephew, Hans Fjedlmoe, Tacoma, Wash.
W.T. Rigdon Mortuary is in charge of funeral arrangements." OS Oct 22, 1955 I:5:3
PETERSON, Theodore C.
d. 21 Jun 1933 A-28-03-02
"T.C. Peterson, aged 51, a resident of 1747 Broadway, Salem, passed away at Roseburg. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Marie Peterson of Salem, and a daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Flinner of Tulsa, Okla. Funeral services Monday, June 26, at 1:30 p.m., from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon & Son. Interment Jason Lee cemetery." OS Jun 23, 1933 9:3
d. 18 Aug 1940 Deaconess Hospital, Salem, Oregon C-17-01-04
Interment Record #1426
"In this city, Sunday, August 18, Gust Petterson, late resident of 640 South Capitol street. Funeral ser-vices will be held in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company, Thursday, August 22, at 1:30 p.m., Rev. P.W. Eriksen officiating. Concluding ser-vices Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 20, 1940 5:3 Although the marker is currently missing it was present June 1969; age 74 per that missing marker
PFENNIGER, Ernest John
d. 09 Nov 1982 RA-31-04
m'd 01 Jan 1939
on marker w/Juanita R. Pfenniger
"Ernest John Pfenniger, 63, of 1685 Cottage St. NE, died Tuesday.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he was a brick and stone mason in Salem, where he had lived since 1955. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of the Salem VFW Post 661 and Oregon Bricklayers Local No. 1.
Survivors include his wife, Juanita R.; daughter, Marie L. Carroll, Salem; and son, Roy P., Tenino, Wash.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Nov 11, 1982 2B:3
PFENNIGER, Juanita R.
d. 2002 RA-31-03
m'd 01 Jan 1939
on marker w/Ernest J. Pfenniger
d. 04 May 1951 C-43-03-02
Interment Record #1722
"Barbara Phelps, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Phelps of Jefferson, at a local hospital, May 4. Survived also by a sister, Linda Phelps of Jefferson and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phelps of Jefferson, Mrs. James Sexton of Oklahoma and L.J. Walker of Chicago, Ill. Private graveside services were held at the Lee Mission cemetery, Saturday, May 3, under the direction of the Howell-Edwards chapel." CJ May 5, 1951 15:8
PHELPS, Bertha E.
d. 18 Feb 1912 D-16-02-05
"At her home on W. Rural avenue, Mrs. Bertha E. Phelps, aged 22 years and three months. Mrs. Phelps was the daughter of F.A. Gleason and the wife of R.C. Phelps.
The funeral will be conducted by Rev. G. L. Lovell at the Independent Evangelical church at 2 p.m. today. Interment will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 20, 1912 5:2
b. 25 Jul 1910
d. 14 Oct 1910 D-06-01-05
s/o R.C. & Bertha (Gleason) Phelps; died from gastro-enteritis; age 2ms 19ds per D/C #3259
b. 21 Jun 1911
d. 23 Jun 1911 D-16-02-05
"At their home on Rural avenue, Salem, Or., yesterday morning, June 23, 1911, infant son of Rollin and Bertha Phelps.
Funeral today at 1 p.m. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jun 24, 1911 5:6 s/o R.C. Phelps
d. Reserved RA-52-01
d. Reserved RA-52-02
PHILLIPS, David D. Rev.
d. 29 Jun 1963 RA-50-03
on marker w/Selma Ann Phillips
"Late resident of Petaluma, Calif., formerly of Salem, June 29, at the age of 81 years. Survived by wife, Selma Anna Phillips, Petaluma. Services will be Wed. July 3, 2 p.m. in the Howell-Edwards Chapel. Rev. A.G. Jeffries officiating. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery. Casket will be open to friends after 6 p.m. Tues. July 2." OS Jul 1, 1963 10:3
PHILLIPS, Selma Ann
d. 12 Apr 1968 RA-50-04
on marker w/David D. Phillips
"Mrs. Thelma Phillips, 78, of 317 Taybin Road NW, who had lived in Salem at various times since 1911 and con-tinuously the past six years, died Friday night at a Salem hospital where she had been taken earlier in the day.
She was a member of Church of the Nazarene.
Surviving are brothers Louis, William and Harry Oldenburg, all of Salem, and Walter of Vancouver, Wash.; sisters Mrs. Clara Kaiser, Salem, Mrs. Laura Dilling, Connell, Wash., Mrs. Sadie Janosky, Nampa, Idaho, and Mrs. Lydia Finkbeiner, Kennewick, Wash.
Arrangements are pending at Howell-Edwards Chapel." OS Apr 13, 1968 8:8
PHIPPS, Daisy E.
d. 19 Nov 1949 A-27-04-07
on marker w/Frank L. Waller & Freeman P. Phipps
"Mrs. Daisy E. Phipps, late resident of 965 Fairview Ave., at a local hospital, November 19. Survived by widower, Freeman P. Phipps, Salem; daughter, Mrs. Frederick C. Klaus, Salem; brother, John L. Walker, Prosser, Wash., and two grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday, Novem-ber 22, at 2 p.m. from the Virgil T. Golden company chapel with the Rev. L. C. Kirby officiating. Casket will be open to friends until 1:45 p.m. Tues-day. The family requests that flowers be omitted and those who desire to contribute to a fund for purchase of items for the new Jason Lee Memorial church Sunday school auditorium as a memorial to Mrs. Phipps. Contribu-tions may be given to Mrs. Gordon Black, 2037 Nebraska ave. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Nov 22, 1949 10:4
PHIPPS, Freeman P.
d. 26 Aug 1950 A-27-04-08
on marker w/Daisy E. Phipps & Frank L. Waller
"Freeman P. Phipps, late resident of 965 Fairview ave., at a local hospi-tal, August 26, at the age of 77. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Laura Louise Klaus, Salem; a sister, Mrs. L.E. Sutliff, Lorain, Ohio; and two grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday, August 29, at 3 p.m. at the Virgil T. Golden chapel with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 29, 1950 10:4
PICKENS, David B.
b. 06 Sep 1817
d. 23 Mar 1901 A-36-03-04
"Aged Sufferer Passes Away--David B. Pickens, of North Salem Succumbed to Apoplexy Last Night-Funeral Tomorrow--David B. Pickens, an aged and highly respected resident of North Salem, passed from this life at 9:40 o'clock last night, at the family home, corner of Division and 5th street, North Salem, after an illness of several days from the effects of apoplexy, aged 83 years, 6 months and 21 days.
Deceased has been feeble for a number of years, and last Sunday, while out in his yard he suffered a stroke of apoplexy. The best medical attendance possible was promptly secured, but without avail, and, after lingering three days the aged sufferer passed away peacefully last night.
Deceased was born in Tennessee, and came to the Pacific coast in 1862, when he located in Polk county. After a number of years he removed to Washington county, and sixteen years ago he located in North salem, where he resided until his demise as indic-ated above.
Deceased leaves an aged widow, five sons and two daughters, all grown and settled in life. They are: John H., and Joseph N. Pickens of Salem; Charles C. of Castle Rock, Washington; Thos H., of Montana; Lewis F., of Republic, Washington; and Mrs. Sadie Lewis, of Castle Rock, Washington.
The funeral will be held from the family residence in North Salem, at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Friday), conducted by Elder Wilson. Interment will be had in Lee Mission Cemetery.
Deceased was a member of the M.E. church for the past 70 years and in early life became a Free Mason, but had not affiliated with that order for a number of years." DOS Mar 28, 1901 7:3
d. 30 Jun 1946 D-06-03-06
"Dora Pickens, late resident of 1963 N. 4th st., Salem, at Tulare, California, Sunday, June 30. Wife of Charles M. Pickens of Salem; mother of Mrs. Delbert J. Hall of Newport and George Pickens of Salem, and a daughter Louise residing in Pennsylvania; sister of Mrs. Jim Varonos of Tulare, California. Funeral services will be held Wed-nesday, July 3, at 3 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery. Captain Lesher will officiate." OS Jul 2, 1946 14:4
b. 27 May 1883
d. 05 Jul 1889 A-36-03-03
"On Friday morning, July 5th, 1889, at 3 o'clock a.m., at his home in North Salem, Freddie Pickens, aged 6 years.
The mother and step-father of the little fellow spent the Fourth of July at Albany and the first they knew of his death was when they stepped off the 1 o'clock train here yesterday and the mother gave way to the wildest grief when the sad news was broken to her. The boy was subject to a species of fits and was seized with one on Thursday evening, from which he never rallied. His uncles did everything possible for his relief and summoned a physician, but there was no possibi-lity of relief." OS Jul 6, 1889 4:4 s/o J.M. & M.E. Pickens
PICKENS, J. M.
d. Aug 1902 A-36-03-01
Died cAug 1902; funeral by A.M. Clough per Record of Interment #309
b. 29 Mar 1914
d. 07 Jun 1914 A-36-03-02
d/o Charles & Dora (Idlewine) Pickens; died from whooping cough per D/C #1602
b. 07 Apr 1918
d. 11 Jan 1919 D-06-03-05
s/o C.M. & Dora (Idlewine) Pickens; died from bronchial pneumonia per D/C #47
PICKERING, Jeanette Kay
b. 21 Oct 1936
d. 13 Dec 1936 A-42-04-06
on marker w/Rex Pickering
d/o Harold W. & Agnes (Hansen) Pickering; died from probable acciden-tal suffocation in blankets per D/C #1059
PICKERING, Rex A.
b. 16 May 1905
d. 10 Apr 1928 A-42-04-05
A pioneer for world peace
on marker w/Jeanette Kay Pickering
"Kimball Secretary Dies Following Heart-Attack--Rex Pickering, 23, sec-retary of Kimball School of Thealogy for the past two years, died yesterday at the home of his parents at 480 North 18th street, after suffering a week from a severe heart attack. He was well known in and about Salem, having served as pastor in several churches outside of Salem since he was connected with the Kimball college.
Before entering Kimball, he attended the University of Idaho from which he graduated three years ago.
The funeral will be held from Rigdon's funeral parlors, Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. It will be in charge of the Kimball group. In-terment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 11, 1928 3:4 See also: OS Apr 14, 1928 5:4
d. 27 Oct 1901 OLD 106-03
"Died In Jail--Douglas Pickett, aged 36 years, formerly a bright young man of this city, with a promising future, died in the city jail yesterday morn-ing at 10:30 o'clock, as a result of a protracted spree and an excessive indulgence in alchohol, cocaine and morphine, to which habits he has been addicted for a number of years. De-ceased was found in the old Postoffice stable, by Chief of Police D.W. Gibson Friday afternoon, in a very bad condi-tion, and was later taken to the police' station by that officer, where he was made as comfortable as possible. Yesterday morning, however, his condition grew worse and he became suddenly convulsed in spasms and fits, of which nothing seemed to relieve him. He tore his clothing from his body, and fell on the cement floor a number of times, striking his face and head and his death, which came at 10:30 o'clock, is supposed to have been caused by these severe falls.
Coroner D.F. Lane was called and upon making a thorough examination of the circumstances decided that it was not necessary to hold an inquest and the remains were taken to Rigdon & Clough's undertaking parlors, where they were prepared for burial.
Doug. Pickett, as he is more famili-arly known, was a one time Salem boy and of highly respectable family, but through mingling in bad company and contracting those destructive drug habits he went from bad to worse until the end came, which in his case, was a godsend. Funeral services will be held in Rigdon & Clough's undertaking parlors today, and the burial will take place at the Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS Oct 27, 1901 8:3
d. 21 Nov 1939 A-32-03-01
"Mrs. Elizabeth Piening at a local hospital November 21. Late resident of 850 Thompson avenue. Survived by husband, and two daughters in California." OS Nov 22, 1939 5:1
b. 19 Jul 1952
d. 11 Jun 2016 RC-32.15
"Salem - Funeral Services will be held 10:00 a.m. Saturday, June 25, 2016 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service" [Statesman Journal, June 22, 2016]
d. 24 Jul 1894 D-31-03-02
"In North Salem, Tuesday evening, July 24, 1894, Bernice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Pike, aged 11 years.
Scarlet fever was the cause of her death, she having been ill with it for ten days. The remains were interred in Lee Mission cemetery yesterday at 4 p.m." OS Jul 26, 1894 4:5
b. 06 Jun 1830
d. 25 Dec 1913 D-31-03-04
d/o Levi Haynes; widow of Jonathan E. Pike; born in Ohio; died at Portland Sanitorium from hemoplegia with contributing cause of chronic nephritis per Multnomah Co D/C #153
PIKE, F.A. Mrs.
d. 27 Jul 1896 D-31-03-01
"Pike--At the family home, No. 135 Church street, Salem, Or., on Wednes-day, July 27, 1896, at 9 o'clock p.m., Mrs. F.A. Pike, aged 37 years and 4 months.
Mrs. Pike was a native Oregonian, having been born at Jefferson, this county. She was a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J.F. Denny and a sister of Mrs. H.C. Tarpley, of North Liberty street. Funeral services were held at the First M.E. church yesterday after-noon at 3 o'clock and interment was had at the Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Geo. W. Grannis officiated." DOS Jul 29, 1896 5:5
PIKE, Jonathan E.
b. Sep 1815
d. 07 Feb 1897 D-31-03-03
"Pike--At the family home on the corner of Mill and 20th streets, Salem, at 6 a.m. Sunday, February 7, 1897, Jonathan E. Pike, aged 82 years.
Deceased leaves a wife and three children, viz: L.A. Pike, chief clerk in the customs house at Portland; Frank A. and Cora A. Pike of Salem.
The funeral was held yesterday at the residence, Revs. H.A. Denton and Beauchamp officiating. Interment was had in Lee mission cemetery." DOS Feb 9, 1897 8:5
PINE, Charles Edward
d. Deceased RA-47-10
on marker w/Nona Watson Pine but believed to be buried in California
PINE, Nona Watson
d. 12 Jun 1968 RA-47-09
on marker w/Charles Edward Pine
"Mrs. Nona W. Pine, 76, 875 20th St. NE, died Wednesday at a Salem nursing home.
She was born in Scotland and lived most of her life in California. She came here a year ago from Washington.
Surviving are the widower, Charles E.; daughter Mrs. Norma P. Wilson, Salem; brother Fredrick Fletcher, Nova Scotia; sisters Sue Baat, Santa Barbara, Calif., and Winifred Wilson and Ethel Strachan, both of White Rock, B.C.; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Private services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at the W.T. Rigdon chapel, Rev. Bruce Cornely officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 13, 1968 39:1
PITTMAN, Anna Maria
See: Anna Maria Pittman Lee
PLUNTS, Margaret H.
b. 29 May 1866
d. 30 Aug 1936 A-26-01-05
"Mrs. Margaret Pluntz, at the residence, 1920 Broadway, Sunday, August 30, at the age of 70 years. Survived by widower, William F. Pluntz; daughters, Mrs. J.L. Pitcher of White Bear, Minn., Mrs. J.E. Johnson of Newberg; sons, George of Lake Nebagamon, Wis., Lawrence of Greenville, Calif., Lester of Salem; brother, Wilson Watson of Phillips, Wis.; sister, Mrs. Peter Larson of Barronett, Wis.; 24 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services at Jason Lee church, Thurs-day, Sept. 3, 1:30 p.m., Rev. Lynn A. Wood officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 3, 1936 5:1 d/o William & Elizabeth (Wilson) Watson per D/C #748
PODGORNOFF, Mary Ann
b. 23 Jul 1927
d. 27 Dec 2000 RA-07-08
"MaryAnn Podgornoff, 73, of Salem died Wednesday. Cause of death was unavailable.
Born in Los Angeles, she moved to Salem in the 1960s and attended the Merritt Davis School of Business. She worked for private and state agencies until she retired from State Accident Insurance Fund in 1989. She enjoyed participating in church activities.
Survivors include her son, Ed Podgornoff of San Antonio, Texas; daughters, Doris Najera of Los Angeles, Kat Podgornoff of San Francisco, Annie Mason of Salem, Tanya Jacobsmuhlen of Portland and Meryle Yawlowtize of Johnson City, Tenn.; brothers, Bill and Jim Patapoff, both of Los Angeles; sister, Doris Thomas of Los Angeles; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Visiting will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the mortuary. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Contributions: Friendship House, 2035 Devcor St. SE, Salem, 97302 or American Cancer Society, Northwest Area, 2350 Oakmont Way, No. 2000, Eugene, 97401. SJ Online
d. 27 Dec 1989 RA-07-08
d. 02 Nov 1924 OLD 205-05
age 33 years; cause of death tuber-culosis per Record of Interment #1004
POINDEXTER, Anna L.
d. 31 May 1966 RA-31-08
Loving wife and Mother
"Mrs. Anna L. Poindexter, 73, of 2495 Wooddale Ave. NE, died Tuesday at a Salem hospital.
She had lived in Salem from 1935 to 1941 while her late husband, Rev. Dean C. Poindexter, was pastor of Leslie Methodist Church. She returned to Salem in 1960 following his death. From 1961 to 1963 she served as parish visitor at Jason Lee Methodist Church.
Surviving are sons Charles L., Asto-ria, and David O., Cresskill, N.J., brother Leslie B. Porter, Milwaukee, Wis.; sister Ada L. Porter, Salem; and three grandchildren.
Services are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Jun 1, 1966 12:8
POINDEXTER, David Oldham
b. 30 Jan 1929 Hood River, Oregon
d. 08 Feb 2018 Portland, Oregon RC-12-11
"David Oldham Poindexter, a Methodist minister who championed the use of radio and television serial dramas to promote family planning, gender equity, and protection of the environment, died February 8 at a hospital in Portland, Oregon. He died from the effects of a stroke. Poindexter, who also organized several non-governmental organization (NGO) forums at major UN conferences, was born in Hood River, Oregon on January 30, 1929.
After receiving a Bachelor’s of Art at Willamette University in 1951 and both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Theology at Boston University (where he became friends with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.), David served as pastor of Parkrose Heights Methodist Church in Portland for eight years. He then moved to New York City to work with the National Council of Churches for five years as Director of Utilization of the NCC’s Broadcasting and Film Commission and then Director of Promotion Services, during which he established close ties with the Hollywood community.
At the request of his bishop, David became Director of the Communication Center of the Population Institute from 1970 to 1985. In the early1970s, he collaborated with John D. Rockefeller III to hold a meeting of the three network CEOs – a meeting also attended by then UN ambassador George H.W. Bush and Senator Robert Packwood – to discuss treatment of gender, reproductive health and family planning issues in television. He convinced the CEOs of the three major networks to host a large gathering in New York of key network entertainment producers and writers. Following that event, he organized annual awards ceremonies in collaboration with the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences to recognize the best entertainment shows addressing those issues.
One of the outgrowths of Poindexter’s outreach to Hollywood leaders was a long-standing relationship with Norman Lear and his head of drama, Virginia Carter. At Poindexter’s suggestion, the character Maude, in the series by the same name, had a mid-life abortion – six months before the Roe vs. Wade decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. As Norman Lear later put it, “David got Maude pregnant.” Similarly, he suggested the vasectomy of Rob Reiner’s character, Michael, on All in the Family. During his work in Hollywood, Poindexter worked closely with Mary Tyler Moore, who was a great supporter of his work, which helped to bring about the discussion of sexism in the workplace on the Mary Tyler Moore Show.
In the mid-1970s, Poindexter began working in Mexico, where he discovered and promoted the work of Miguel Sabido, a well-known Mexican playwright and television producer who became a pioneer in entertainment-education. As Vice President of Televisa, Sabido produced six telenovelas in the late 1970s and early 1980s, modeling family planning use for Mexican audiences. During that time, Mexico experienced the most rapid decline in fertility rate of any developing country in the 20th century up until that time. These programs had similar effects when they were broadcast in several in Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America. Thomas Donnelly, then with USAID in Mexico, wrote, “The Televisa family planning soap operas have made the single most powerful contribution to the Mexican population success story.”
In the early 1980s, Poindexter took Sabido to meet with Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, and following a training program they organized for Doordarshan (Indian Television), the country began broadcasting India’s first social content soap opera, Hum Log (“We People”) in July 1984. The program included promotion of family planning and elevation of the status of women through the words and actions of key characters. Research conducted by the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism of the University of Southern California, found dramatic impacts on audience attitudes about women’s rights and ideal family size. The program spurred over 400,000 people to write letters to the Indian Television Authority.
In 1986, Poindexter, with commercial sponsorship from India’s largest industrial conglomerate, helped to organize a second serial drama, which aired in January 1992. Produced by Roger Pereira, Humraahi (“Come Along With Me”) dealt with child marriage, age of first pregnancy, gender bias in childbearing and child rearing, equal educational opportunity, and the right of women to choose their own husbands. A Rockefeller Foundation-funded study showed that viewers, contrasted with non-viewers, changed significantly in their attitudes regarding the ideal age of marriage and the acceptability of women in the work place.
At the Population Institute, and later as founder and President of Population Communications International (1985-1998), Poindexter worked to bring about similar programs in numerous countries, including Brazil, China, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, St. Lucia, and Tanzania.
Following retirement in 1998, Poindexter served as Honorary Chair of Population Media Center, where he helped establish new programs in Ethiopia and Nigeria. He continued in this role until his death, during which time Population Media Center implemented social change serial dramas in 54 countries.
Poindexter chaired the U.S. NGO Committee for the UN Population Conference in 1974, held in Bucharest, Romania. He also served as Convener of the NGO Planning Committee for the 1984 Population Conference, held in Mexico City and as Convener of the NGO Planning Committee for the 1994 UN Conference on Population and Development, held in Cairo. The 1994 NGO Forum became the largest NGO forum in UN history.
For over a decade, he was an officer of the Committee on Sustainable Development of the Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Status with the UN’s Economic and Social Division. He also served on the Executive Committee of the Conference of UN Representatives of the Council of Organizations of the United Nations Association-USA (UNA-USA). He was an Honorary Fellow of the Population Reference Bureau, and received the Ninoy Aquino Human Rights Award, an Alumni Citation from Willamette University, the Eleanor Schnurr Award of the UNA-USA, and the Distinguished Service Award of the Population Institute. He was an Honorary Life Board Member of the Council on International Non-Theatrical Events (CINE).
Poindexter’s life and work are captured in his autobiographical book, Out of the Darkness of Centuries, published in 2009.
David is survived by his wife of 65 years, Marian Sayer Poindexter, and his son, Jim.
A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, February 13, at the First United Methodist Church, at 1838 SW Jefferson Street, Portland, Oregon 97201 at 10:30 am.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions may be made to Population Media Center, Suite 302, 30 Kimball Avenue, South Burlington, Vermont 05403.
POINDEXTER, Dean C.
b. 03 Feb 1893
d. 19 Jun 1957 RA-31-07
"Former Salem Pastor Dies After Heart Attack--The Rev. Dean C. Poindexter, 64, of Bend, former pastor of the Leslie Methodist Church in Salem, died Wednesday morning in a Corvallis hospital.
Poindexter, who ministered in Salem from 1935 to 1941, suffered a heart attack Sunday while attending the Ore-gon Methodist Conference in Corvallis.
He was born Feb. 3, 1893, in Farmington, Wash., son of Thomas and Cedelia Poindexter. He received his early education in Farmington and later attended Asbury College at Willmore, Ky. He was graduated from Willamette University in Salem in 1924.
Poindexter was minister of the Klamath Circuit from 1924 to 1927, next serving at churches in Hood River and Springfield for four years each, before coming to Salem.
His next pastorates were at The Dalles, from 1941 to 1945, and at Astoria from 1945 to 1951, when he went to Bend.
He was a member of the Bend Ministerial Association, the Oregon Council of Churches, the Suttle Lake Camp Commission, and the Bend Kiwanis Club.
His wedding to Anna L. Porter, who survives, took place on Sept. 10, 1924, at River Forest, Ill.
Other survivors are two sons, Charles L. of Astoria and David O. of Portland; three brothers, the Rev. T. Earl Poindexter of Salmon Creek, Wash., Gilbert T. Poindexter of Oswego, Ore., and Harold Poindexter of Asotin, Wash.; two sisters, Mrs. Arrah Stump of Eugene and Mrs. Eugene Rolleson of Moscow, Idaho; and two granddaughters.
Graveside services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem, the Rev. George Roseberry officiating. The Virgil T. Golden Funeral Home is in charge." OS Jun 20, 1957 3:2
POITRA-RAMOS, Carmen Nicole
b. 29 May 1982 Salem, Oregon
d. 03 Jul 1982 Salem, Oregon C-43-07-12
"Carmen Nicole Poitra, infant daughter of Natalie Poitra and Manuel Rocha, both of Salem, died Saturday.
Surviving, in addition to her parents, are her grandparents, Mary Poitra, Salem, Michael Wilkie, Tahola, Wash., and Rees and Esperanza Rocha, in Mexico.
Graveside services will be at 10:30 a.m. today in Lee Mission Cemetery, under direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Jul 8, 1982 2B:5
d. Reserved A-37-02-02
on marker w/Romeo F. Polanski
POLANSKI, Romeo F.
d. 13 Feb 1965 A-37-02-03
on marker w/( ) Polanski
"Romeo F. Polanski, 69, a long-time building contractor, died Saturday at a Salem hospital. He is a late resi-dent of 620 Summer St. SE.
Polanski was born at Barnsville, Minn. and had resided in Salem for the past 43 years.
Survivors include the widow, Maye H. Polanski, Salem; son, Gilbert, also Salem; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Col-lister, Long Beach, Calif., Gladys Champion, Detroit, Ore., Frances Pulse, The Dalles, Mrs. Lena Morgan, Lilly Gilmer, Myrtle George and Emma Ramage, all Salem; and a brother, Calvin Chambers, also Salem.
Services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in the W.T. Rigdon chapel. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Feb 14, 1965 8:1
POOL, Milo Randolph
b. 18 Sep 1846
d. 02 Dec 1925 A-31-03-08
on marker w/Sophronia E. Pool
"At the residence, 1724 Nebraska avenue, Wednesday, Dec. 2, Milo M. Pool, 80 years. Survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs. M.H. McKay of Corvallis; one son, Clark H. Pool of New York. The deceased was a member of the First Methodist church. Funeral services will be held today at 10:30 a.m. from the Rigdon mortuary. Inter-ment in the Lee Mission cemetery. Please omit flowers." OS Dec 4, 1925 5:7 s/o Hiram & ? (Niles) Pool per D/C #818
POOL, Sophronia E.
b. 13 Dec 1855
d. 23 Apr 1945 A-31-03-07
on marker w/Milo R. Pool
"Mrs. S.E. Pool Rites Today--Funeral services for Mrs. Sophronia E. Pool, 1724 Nebraska ave., who died Monday following an extended illness, will be held today at 3 p.m. from the W.T. Rigdon chapel. Dr. J.C. Harrison will officiate and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
Mrs. Pool had lived in Salem for the past 20 years and was a member of the First Methodist church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. M.B. McKay of Troutdale, and a son, Clark H. Pool of New York City; four grand-children and one great-grandchild." OS Apr 24, 1945 2:8 b. 12 mile Point, IA; d/o Rhoda Storey & ? Worrell; w/o Milo R. Pool per D/C #2648
PORTER, Ada Lenore
b. 02 Jun 1886
d. 16 Jul 1987 RA-31-22
"Milwaukie--Memorial services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in First United Methodist Church, Salem, for Ada L. Porter, 101, a former resident of Salem, who died Thursday.
Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, under the direction of Virgil T. Golden mortu-ary, Salem.
She was born in West Liberty, Iowa. At 17 she began teaching school near Chicago and later taught in Chile for five years and in California, Washing-ton, Oregon and River Forest, Ill. She received a master's degree in educ-ation from Columbia University in New York City.
In 1960 she retired and moved to Salem, where she was a Laubach literacy program teacher. She moved to a convalescent home in Milwaukie in 1971. She was a member of First United Methodist Church in Salem and the American Association of University Women.
Survivors include her nieces, Alice Steiner, Metairie, La., and Joanne Pendleton, Chicago, Ill.; and nephews, Charles Poindexter, Portland, David Poindexter, Cresskill, N.J., and James Porter, Chicago, Ill.
Contributions may be made to the Ada L. Porter Memorial Fund at Willamette View Manor, 12705 S.E. River Road, Milwaukie 97222." SJ Jul 22, 1987 2B:4
PORTER, Eva M.
d. 11 May 1939 D-20-03-03
on marker w/Henry & Guy Porter
"Eva Porter, age 84 years, passed away at her home in Newport, Ore., Thursday. Born in Medena, Wis., and lived there until coming to Salem in 1908. For the past 19 years had lived in Newport. Survived by one son, Guy W. of Newport; one brother, George E. Weeks of Guildford, Mont. Services will be held from Terwilliger-Edwards chapel Saturday, May 13; at 2:30 p.m., Rev. L.W. Collar officiating. Inter-ment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 13, 1939 5:1
PORTER, Guy W.
d. 08 Jan 1940 D-20-03-04
on marker w/Henry & Eva Porter
"Porter--Guy W. Porter, 50, passed away January 8 at the Veterans' hospi-tal in Portland after an illness of two months. Born in York, Wisc., and had lived in Salem for several years. Member of American Legion, post No. 661, Salem, and Elks lodge. Survivors include a cousin, George C. Lewellin of Hillsboro. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. from the Terwilliger-Edwards Funeral home, Rev. L.W. Collar officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. American Legion will have charge of graveside ser-vices." CJ Jan 9, 1940 14:8
PORTER, Henry H.
b. 12 May 1854
d. 12 Sep 1921 D-20-03-02
on marker w/Eva & Guy Porter
"Porter--Henry H. Porter, aged 67 years, passed away Monday, September 12, at the Willamette sanitarium in Salem. He is survived by a wife and son, Guy W. Porter of Salem.
The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Terwilliger home. Mr. Porter was born in Wisconsin in 1854, and came to Salem thirteen years ago. He lived on Garden road until a year ago when he moved to Newport." CJ Sep 13, 1921 5:6
d. 02 Jan 1896 OLD 115-11
child of H.D. Porter
"Porter--At the family home on Summer and Union streets, at 5 p.m. Thursday, January 2, 1896, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Porter.
The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev. Bueke, of the Church of God, officiating. Interment took place in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jan 4, 1896 5:5
PORTER, James Conald Sr.
b. 27 Mar 1930
d. 15 Feb 1994 RA-43-12
Died in Marion Co, OR; h/o Janet; D/C #94-03671 per Oregon Death Index
d. 25 Jun 1960 RA-57-12
"At the residence, 110 NW King St., Portland. Survived by sisters, Mrs. Alfred (Maude) Lane, Salem, Mrs. Katy Hamilton, Merced, Calif., Mrs. Sarah Bushong, Bend, Mrs. Margaret Goodman, Los Angeles, Mrs. Letha Nix, Albany; brothers, Tony Porter, Frank Porter, and Benjamin Porter, all of Myrtle Point, William Porter, Zigzag, Ore., Woodrow Porter, Blue River, Ore. Services will be held Monday, June 27th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Barrick Funeral Home. Private inter-ment, Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 27, 1960 5:1
POTTER, Hulda Louise
b. 04 May 1877
d. 21 Jul 1957 OLD 204-05
"In Portland, Ore., July 21. Late resident of 2414 N.E. 23rd Ave., Port-land. Sister of Lena Holseker, Salem, Dr. Almon Siewert, Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. Meda Schultz, Alameda, Calif., Mrs. D.E. Cooper, Salem. Services will be held Wednesday, July 24 at 3:00 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Concluding services will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Dr. Brooks H. Moore will officiate." OS Jul 24, 1957 7:1
POWELL, John H.
d. 23 Aug 1970 N/A
POWERS, Charles E.
d. 07 May 1916 D-17-02-02
on marker w/Jane Powers Berzee
"Charles E. Powers Dies--Salem Rancher Sufferes Paralytic Stroke--Funeral Today--While alone on a ranch about six miles south of Salem, Charles E. Powers was stricken Sunday noon with paralysis and died later in Salem at the home of his brother, E.W. Powers, 1843 D street. He was 59 years old, a rancher and came here eight years ago from Aberdeen, South Dakota.
It is supposed that he had a stroke shortly before noon. A nephew, Herschel Powers, who lives nearby found the man, unconscious about three hours later. He was taken to Salem and medical attention given him but he died without gaining consciousness at 8:30 o'clock. He had been in fair health.
Besides the brother in Salem, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. W. Cooley of this city, and a brother, E.J. Powers of Allegan, Mich.
The funeral will be held today at 11 o'clock from the E.W. Powers residence at Fifteenth and D streets. Rev. F.T. Porter will officiate and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 9, 1916 5:4
PRATT, Jesse Hurley
b. 25 May 1923 Woodward County, OK
d. 17 Oct 1946 Benton County, OR C-47-03-03
s/o Roy Lee Pratt and Edith Lois Gurnsey
killed in logging accident in Benton County when choker chain broke
PRATT, Roy Lee
b. 08 Mar 1899 MO
d. 16 Sep 1941 Salem, OR C-51-02-01
h/o Edith Lois Gurnsey
"Traffic Toll In Five Days Totals Five--Traffic total of fatalities in the Salem area within five days mounted to five Tuesday night when Roy Lee Pratt, 43, Hubbard, died at a Salem hospital.
Internal injuries and brain concus-sion sustained when he crashed his light pickup into the rear of a lumber truck which was slowing to a halt on the Dallas highway six miles west of Salem had sent Pratt to the hospital Monday night.
The truck was driven by Donald Benjamin Hill of Taft, who told investigating officers he had been having trouble with his lights and was drawing to the edge of the road to try to better manipulate them before traveling on.
...reference to other traffic accident....
Pratt is survived by his widow, Edith Louise Pratt of Hubbard; daughters, Mrs. John Mitch of Portland and Connie Pratt of Hubbard; sons, Hurley, Leroy, Carl and Keith Pratt, all of Hubbard, and one sister, Connie M. Bogle of Woodward, Okla. Funeral services are to be held at 1:30 Thursday from the Rigdon chapel." OS Sep 17, 1941 1:1
D/C #803: s/o William H. & Clemency Jane (Lovelace) Pratt
Record of Interment #1442
PREBLE, Marjorie Ann
d. 30 Apr 1931 OLD 211-09
"Marjorie Ann Preble died in this city April 30, aged 15 months; daugh-ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Preble of 663 North Liberty street. Funeral services Friday, May 1, at 10:30 a.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel. In-terment Jason Lee cemetery." OS May 1, 1931 5:4
d. 20 Apr 1926 OLD 212-07
"At her home three miles North of Salem on Route 8, April 20, 1926, Celia Prentice, age 23 years. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. H.K. Bushnell, and by her step-father. Funeral services will be held from the Terwilliger funeral home on Thursday, April 22, at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Ferguson and Johnson will officiate. Committal services will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 21, 1926 5:4
PRESLEY, Ann E.
b. 16 Aug 1851 Salem, Marion County, Oregon
d. 05 Jun 1852 Salem, Marion County, Oregon OLD 157-01
d/o David Presley and Mahala Welty
"Thought to be the first burial in the cemetery"
d. OLD 157-02
listed on plot map, David Presley Sr buried at Brownsville, Linn County, Oregon, unknown who this is
d. Reserved RA-43-05
b. Dec 1939
PRESTON, Henry O.
b. 16 Sep 1900
d. 07 Oct 1900 OLD 114-10
Baby, age 21 days per Record of Interment #273; name on cement border
d. 2009 RC-33-09
PRICE, Edward Caswell
d. 28 Apr 1920 D-30-01-03
"E.C. Price Passes Away, Funeral to be Here Sunday--E.C. Price of Eugene, father of O.E. Price of Salem, died at his home yesterday afternoon. He was formerly with the Price Shoe company of this city but for the past five years had lived in Eugene, where he was in the shoe business. He was a well known business man and as a shoe dealer was known all over the valley.
Besides his son, Oscar Price of Salem, he leaves a son, J.C. Price of Eugene. The funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday from the Rigdon chapel with burial following in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 1, 1920 1:3
PRICE, Margaret A.
b. 06 Feb 1857
d. 21 Sep 1907 D-30-01-04
"Price--At the family home, 482 South High street, Saturday, September 21, 1907, at 2:30 p.m., Mrs. E.C. Price, aged 50 years.
Mrs. Price, whose maiden name was Margaret Wallace, was born in Harrison county, Indiana, February 6, 1857, being one of seven children. On August 4, 1878, she was married to E.C. Price, at Vincennes, Indiana, and to this union were born two sons, Oscar E. and J. Cyrus, who are with their father in the Price shoe store recently opened in this city.
The family moved to Hastings, Nebra-ska, in 1886; to Bentelman, Nebraska, in 1892; to Alberta, Canada, in 1900; to Woodburn, in 1903, and to Salem in June of the present year.
Mrs. Price was converted to religi-ous faith at the age of 12 years, and joined the Methodist Episcopal church of which she remained a faithful member until the time of her death, and showed her devotion to Christian-ity by active work in Sunday school and Epworth League.
The health of the deceased has always been frail, but the decline has been marked since 1903, with the exception of an interval previous to March, 1905, since which time she had been a constant, though patient sufferer.
Rev. W.H. Selleck, her pastor, will conduct the funeral at the family residence, 482 South High street today (Sunday) at 3 p.m. The interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Sep 22, 1907 5:3 d/o Morgan & Clorinda (Johnson) Wallace per D/C #4643
PRICE, Roy D.
b. 04 Dec 1884
d. 26 Aug 1906 D-06-04-04
Beloved son of W.C. & Alice Price
"Roy Price Passes Away--Popular Student's Blossom of Life Is Nipped By Death's Frosty Sting--Roy Price, Son of Rev. J.P. Price, retired, and one of the best known and most popular students of Willamette university, died at the home of his parents, in this city, Sunday morning, at the age of 28 years, of cancer. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon Rev. W.H. Selleck of the First Methodist church, conducting the services, and the remains were given interment in the City View cemetery.
Deceased had only been ill of the malady which proved fatal to him but eight or nine months, and the fact that it resulted in his death at such an immature age is a marvel to the local medical profession who state that it is rare that cancer proves fatal within the age of 40 years. He was of mild and pleasant disposition and the high esteem in which he was held by his fellow university students was attested by the manner in which those who are in the city turned out to pay their last respects to their deceased friend and college mate." OS Aug 28, 1906 See also: CJ Aug 25, 1906 8:2 & OS Aug 28, 1906 "Accident at Funeral"
PRIDAY, Charles R.
b. 18 Dec 1868 Worcester, England
d. 29 Dec 1949 Salem, Oregon C-21-03-04
Interment Record #1623
"Funeral for Nurseryman Held Friday --Funeral services for Charles R. Priday, Salem nurseryman who died suddenly at the family home, 545 N. Summer st., were held Friday from the Clough-Barrick chapel.
Priday was born in Worcester, England, Dec. 18, 1868, and came to the United States at the age of 19, settling in York, Neb., where he married Olivia Pierson who died in Salem several years ago.
He moved to Salem in 1910 and was employed at the C.K. Spaulding Lumber company for 21 years. In 1931 he started his own nursery business and followed this until several years ago.
Surviving are a daughter, Faith A. Priday of Salem; a sister, Laura E. Priday of Worcester, England, and three brothers, George of Worcester and Harry and Frank of York." OS Jan 2, 1949 5:2
PRIDAY, Faith Alice
b. 20 Feb 1904 Nebraska
d. 25 Jan 1979 Salem, Oregon RA-60-12
"Faith Alice Priday, 74, 1320 Baker St. NE, died Thursday in a local hospital after a short illness.
She was born in Nebraska, and was a long-time resident of Salem where she was a dining room worker at the Metho-dist Home.
She graduated from Sacred Heart Academy, attended Willamette Univer-sity, graduated with a bachelor's degree from University of Oregon in social work and received a master's degree from Kimballs Schools of Theology Religious Education. She was a member of Leslie United Methodist Church.
Survivors include cousins Mrs. William Devereaux, San Francisco, Calif., June Hewitt, York, Neb., Molly Ferguson, Ravenna, Neb., Earl Garrabrant, Fort Myers, Fla.
Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Barrick mortuary and interment in Jason Lee Mission Cemetery. The casket will be open 1-5 p.m. Saturday at the mortuary." OS Jan 26, 1979 1:C:5
PRIDAY, Olivia Pearson
b. 22 Apr 1873
d. 29 Sep 1927 Salem, Oregon C-21-03-03
Interment Record #1136
"Priday--Mrs. Olivia Priday, aged 54, died at her residence, September 29. She was the wife of Charles H. Priday, and the mother of Faith Priday of Salem. The funeral will be held Monday, October 3, from the Rigdon mortuary at 1:30 p.m. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Sep 31, 1927 9:8
PROCTOR, Daryl F.
b. 15 Jun 1896
d. 27 Aug 1929 A-39-02-02
"Proctor Drops Dead in Office of Physicians--A shock to the community in which he lived the greater part of the 23 years of his life and where he was known as an athlete and sportsman, was the sudden death late Tuesday afternoon of Daryl F. Proctor. Death came as he was being examined in the offices of Dr. J.H. Garnjobst and Dr. Elgar S. Fortner in the U.S. National bank building. A heart affliction is given as the cause. Monday evening Proctor complained of abdominal pains and Tuesday afternoon he went to the doctor's office for an examination. He was on the examining table for less than 10 minutes when death occurred. Both physicians were with him at the time.
Proctor is survived by his wife, Gladys; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Proctor, who was spending the summer in Seattle; a brother, Errol Proctor, of Portland; and four sisters, Mrs. B.E. Otjen and Miss LaVerne Proctor of Salem, Mrs. Vida Compton of Redmond, Wash., and Mrs. Hugh Latham of Los Angeles.
Proctor was a leading player with the Salem Senators for a number of years and he was active in Twilight league affairs. While a student at Salem high school he was outstanding in baseball, football and track. He was president of the high school student body in his senior year. After his graduation from Salem high school in 1916 he attended O.A.C. for one year where he led in freshman athletics. He enlisted in the navy during the war and was stationed for one year in Los Angeles and for two years at the base hospital in Phila-delphia, where he was mustered out.
On his return to Salem after three years in the service, Proctor worked for a short time with the old Phez company and later at Waits packing house before he joined the Valley Motor company. For the past seven years Proctor was manager of the parts department at the Valley Motor company.
Daryl Proctor was born in Middletown, Idaho, June 15, 1896. His father Willard Proctor died in Salem three years ago this month and is buried in Jason Lee cemetery. The family moved from Boise, Idaho, to Philomath, Ore., when Daryl was 10 years old. A year later they came to Salem, their home since that time.
Final arrangements for the funeral have not been made." CJ Aug 28, 1929
PROCTOR, Elizabeth D.
b. 12 Jan 1871
d. 22 Jun 1932 A-39-02-03
"At the residence, 1665 Berry street, June 22, Elizabeth Proctor, at the age of 61 years. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Grace I. Otjen of Salem, Mrs. Vida Compton of Washington state, Mrs. Ina Latham of California and LaVerne Proctor of Salem; son, E.W. Proctor of Portland; sister, Mrs. Effie Caldwell of Nebraska, and brother, Charles B. Hagen of Califor-nia. She was the mother of the late Daryl Proctor. Funeral services Friday, June 24, at 10 a.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon and Son, with Rev. F. Darlow Johnson officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 24, 1932 5:1 d/o John & ___ (Meyers) Hagan per D/C #489
PROCTOR, Willard F.
d. 30 Aug 1926 A-39-02-01
"Willard F. Proctor died in Salem, on August 30, at the age of 57 years. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth of Salem; one sister, Mrs. B.E. Cobb, of Boise, Idaho; four daughters, Mrs. B.E. Otjen of Salem, Mrs. George Compton, of Redman, Wash., Mrs. Marc Latham, of Santa Barbara, Cal., Miss La Vergne LaVerne Proctor, of Salem, and two sons, Errol Proctor, of Portland and Daryl Proctor of Salem. Funeral arrangements will be made later, Webb Funeral Parlors in charge." OS Aug 31, 1926 5:7 s/o Andrew & Delila (Lamp) Proctor per D/C #579
PROELS, Mary E. Kavanaugh
b. 06 Dec 1847
d. 23 Jan 1922 D-02-04-08
"Proles--At her home, 1552 Market street, Jan. 23, Mary E. Proles at the age of 74 years. She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Fannie Turner, Miss Ela Kavanaugh of Salem and Mrs. H.S. Stulz, Colorado, also two brothers, H.J. Kavanaugh, Salem and John M. Kavanaugh of Portland, and two grandsons. The remains are in care of the Terwilliger home. Funeral notice will be announced later." OS Jan 24, 1922 5:6 d/o Milton & Mary (Cooper) Kavanaugh per D/C #56
PRUETT, William H.
b. 01 Dec 1845
d. 03 Feb 1922 OLD 090-03
"Pruitt--In this city at 996 Union street, February 3, W.H. Pruitt, age 76 years, a veteran of the Civil war, survived by two daughters, Mrs. Middie Nichols and Mrs. Addie Williams of Salem, nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Announcement of funeral later by the Rigdon mortuary." OS Feb 4, 1922 6:1 s/o Wm & Edith (McDonald) Pruett per D/C #86
PUGH, Anna M.
b. 01 Jan 1865
d. 20 Mar 1935 OLD 230-07
"At the residence, 684 N. 17th street; Wednesday, March 20, Anna M. Pugh at the age of 70 years. Survived by son, Harley Pugh; daughter, Lida Pugh; grandson, Howard Pugh, all of Salem; five brothers, Charles and Bert White of Salem; William and Alva White of Idaho; George White of Nebraska; sister, Minerva Working of Salem. Funeral services Saturday, March 23, at 1:30 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel. Interment Jason Lee cemetery, Rev. Charles G. Weston officiating." OS Mar 22, 1935 5:1 d/o Samuel F. & Marguerite (Machan) White per D/C #226
PUGH, Richard M.
d. 17 Mar 1927 OLD 174-01
"Richard Pugh died at the home of his parents, 2506 South Commercial street, March 17, at the age of 10 years. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Pugh and a brother of Howard. Funeral will be from Webb's chapel Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m., Rev. Acheson and Rev. Hewitt will have charge of the services. Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 19, 1927 5:7
PULSE, William E.
d. 18 Apr 1971 A-37-02-08
on marker w/Zoa Pulse
"Services for William E. Pulse, 89, 1240 4th St. NE, who died Sunday, will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Barrick mortuary, Rev. Keith Fields offici-ating.
Surviving are son Roy, St. Paul; daughters, Mrs. Helen Farmer, Ashland, Mrs. Geraldine Youngblood, Oak Grove; three grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter.
Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 20, 1971 17:3
PULSE, Zoa Lita
d. 22 Dec 1963 A-37-02-07
on marker w/William E. Pulse
"Mrs. Zoa Lita Pulse, 81, of 1240 4th St. NE, died Sunday in a Salem nursing home following a long illness. A native of Missouri, she lived in Salem for the past 22 years.
Surviving are the widower, William E. Pulse, Salem; daughters, Mrs. Helen Farmer, Ashland; and Mrs. Geraldine Youngblood, Portland; son, Roy E. Pulse, The Dalles; sister, Mrs. Zella Pieper, Helena, Mont.; brothers, Onas F. Kiggins, Seattle; and Hobart Kiggins, Salem; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Services will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Barrick Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Keith Fields officiating. Interment will be in the Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Dec 1963 7:4
d. 15 Feb 1946 A-32-01-06
"Mrs. Thomas Purbrick, at the residence on route 4, Salem, February 15. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. O.B. Allm of Salem and Mrs. Ethel Wenborn of Oxford, England; two sons, Norman and Harold Purbrick, both of Salem; sister, Mrs. Sarah Gurden of Oxford, England; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Ser-vices will be held Monday, February 18, at 10:30 a.m. at the St. Paul's Episcopal church with Rev. George H. Swift officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Casket will be open to friends until 10 a.m. Monday, Feb-ruary 18, at the Clough-Barrick chapel." OS Feb 17, 1946 5:1
PURBRICK, Harold L.
b. 28 Jun 1892
d. 14 Oct 1981 RA-47-11
on marker w/Violet Mae Purbrick
"Harold L. Purbrick, 89, of 2440 High St. SE, died Wednesday in the Sunnyside Care Center.
Born in Oxford, England, he came to Salem from New York in his early 20s.
He served in the U.S. Army in World War I, and most of his life was a lumber mill foreman at Spaulding Lumber Co. and the Boise Cascade Corp. lumber division. For several years he was co-owner and operator of Capitol Florist.
Survivors include his son, Robert L. Purbrick, Salem, and three grand-daughters.
Private graveside services will be Saturday in Lee Mission Cemetery, under direction of the Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Oct 16 1981 2B:5
PURBRICK, Norman B.
d. 20 Dec 1964 RA-48-09
"Services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Virgil T. Golden chapel for Norman Purbrick, 74, a long-time accountant with the State Industrial Accident Commission, who died Sunday night at a Salem nursing home.
Rev. George H. Swift will officiate. Concluding services will be at Lee Mission Cemetery.
Purbrick resided at 2040 High St. SE. He had lived in the Salem area since 1914. He had been employed by the accident commission for many years.
Survivors include a brother, Harold Purbrick, Salem." OS Dec 22, 1964 4:7
b. 05 Dec 1919 Salem, OR
d. 06 Oct 2010 Salem, OR RA-48-01
"Dr. Robert (Bob) L. Purbrick PhD Dec. 5, 1919 - Oct. 6, 2010 SALEM - Bob was born Dec. 5, 1919, in Salem, Oregon, to Violet (Barker) and Harold Purbrick. His parents were both born in England, but met and married in Salem. He attended public schools in Salem (Englewood, Parrish, Salem High). He graduated with a BA (physics, mathematics, chemistry) from Willamette University in 1942, MA (physics, mathematics) University of Wisconsin and a PhD (physics) University of Wisconsin. After graduating from Willamette he taught Army Air Corps meteorologists for about one year at the University of Wisconsin. When the program came to an end, he started working as a nuclear physicist at the Metallurgical Laboratory of the University of Chicago. This was the code name for the Atomic Bomb Project at Chicago. Research carried out for the Corps of Engineers, Manhattan District. He worked mainly at the Argonne Laboratory of the University of Chicago. Argonne was a small laboratory located in the Argonne Forest about 30 miles west of Chicago and was under the direction of Enrico Fermi, a Nobel Prize winner in Physics. He helped construct and operate the world's first two nuclear reactors and performed many nuclear physics experiments which were all classified "secret". In 1945 he received a "certificate of appreciation" from the Army Corps of Engineers. In 1946 after WWII he returned to the University of Wisconsin under a Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Fellowship. In 1947 he became a Professor of Physics at Willamette University where he remained until retirement in 1985. At his retirement, former students established the Robert L. Purbrick scholarship. He published physics research articles mainly in four major physics journals (Physical Review, American Journal of Physics, Review of Scientific Instruments, Journal of Chemical Physics). The research was mainly in nuclear physics, atomic and molecular physics, electronics and analog computers. Since the research was published worldwide it resulted in communications with scientists working in physics, chemistry, cancer research and radiocarbon dating all over the world. The research was sponsored by grants from the Research Corporation, the National Science Foundation, and the Atomic Energy Commission. In the mid-1950s he and a medical doctor started the first nuclear medicine laboratory in the area. He belonged to many scientific societies (American Physical Society, American Association of Physics Teachers, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Sigma Xi, the American Geophysical Union, Optical Society of America, the Society of Nuclear Medicine and others). In August of 1953 he and Ursula Glaeser were married in the Methodist church in Corvallis where Bob was teaching at Oregon State at the time. Ursula was an exchange student from Austria and also a housemother at Willamette University. Ursula and Bob lived in south Salem for many years before entering Capital Manor in West Salem in 1999. He is survived by his wife, Ursula; three daughters, Sally (Gunther) Illek of Queensland, Australia, Edith (Earl) Gilder of Medford, Oregon and Carol Anthony of Salem; and four grandchildren: Rob Anthony, Tom Gilder, Greg Anthony and Hannah Gilder. At his request no services will be held. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Robert L. Purbrick Scholarship at Willamette University or the Capital Manor Foundation in West Salem. Arrangements are by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [Statesman Journal Oct 8, 2010]
b. 15 Jan 1857
d. 18 Feb 1939 A-32-01-07
"Thomas Purbrick, at the residence, 900 North Commercial street, February 18 at the age of 82 years. Survived by wife, Clara, of Salem; two daugh-ters, Mrs. Ethel Wenborn of Oxford, England, and Mrs. Hilda Allm of Brownsville, Ore.; two sons, Harold and Norman, both of Salem; five grand-children and four great grandchildren. Services from St. Paul's Episcopal church Tuesday, February 21, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. George H. Swift officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery under the direction of Clough-Barrick company." OS Feb 19, 1939 5:1 b. England; s/o Charles & Celia (Munze) Purbrick; carpenter-house construction per D/C #138
PURBRICK, Ursula Myrtha (Glaeser)
b. 15 May 1921
d. 10 May 2012 RA-48-02
"Salem--On Thursday May 10, 2012 Ursula Purbrick peacefully passed away in her home at Capital Manor in Salem, Oregon.
Ursula Myrtha Glaeser was born on May 15, 1921 in Vienna Austria. Her father was a Methodist minister and moved with his wife and seven children to several parishes in Austria and Germany as Ursula was growing up.
After graduating from high school Ursula worked in an orphanage in Leeds (UK) to improve her English, leaving in 1939 due to the outbreak of World War II. During the war years she worked in administrative roles in Germany. After the cessation of hostilities Ursula was employed by the American Criminal Investigation Division in Austria as a translator from 1947-1949.
In 1949 Ursula accepted a scholarship to study at DePauw University in Greencastle Indiana. She transferred to Willamette University in 1951, and graduated in 1953 with a degree in Sociology.
During her time at Willamette Ursula met her future husband, physics Professor Dr Robert L. Purbrick. Bob and Urs raised three daughters in Salem, moving to Capital Manor in 1998. They celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary before Bob passed away in 2010.
Ursula took great care to stay in contact with overseas family members, and her letters and emails helped keep everyone in touch. She was very interested in current affairs and travelled several times to visit relatives in Europe, the highlight being a trip to Germany and Austria with her beloved Bob.
Ursula is survived by her sister Edith Borkeloh in Germany, daughters Sally Purbrick-Illek who lives in Australia, Edith Gilder who resides in Medford, Carol Anthony of Salem, and grandchildren Robert Anthony, Thomas Gilder, Gregory Anthony and Hannah Gilder.
Donations may be made to the Robert L Purbrick Scholarship Fund at Willamette University, via Stephen S. Brier, Associate Vice President for Gift Planning, 866-204-8102 / firstname.lastname@example.org." [Statesman Journal, Salem, Oregon, June 4, 2012]
PURBRICK, Violet Mae
b. 19 Aug 1896
d. 28 Jul 1981 RA-47-12
on marker w/Harold L. Purbrick
"Violet Mae Purbrick, 84, of 2040 High St. SE, died Tuesday in Salem Convalescent Center.
Born in Kings Lynn, England, she came to the United States at age 5 with her parents. They settled in Albion, N.Y., then came to Salem when she was a teen-ager.
She was a telephone operator in her early 20s. She was a long-time member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
Survivors include her husband, Harold L.; son, Dr. Robert Purbrick, Salem, and three granddaughters.
Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Lee Mission Cemetery under direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary." SJ Jul 29, 1981 2B:5
PURDIN, Mary Lulu
b. 27 Oct 1875
d. 21 Oct 1924 D-06-03-02
Neighbors of Woodcraft Emblem
on marker w/Robert Lee Purdin
"Purdin--At her late home, 776 north Commercial street, Mary Lulu, wife of Robert L. Purdin, age 49 years. Besides her husband she is survived by five children, Mrs. Leston Downes, Mrs. Lester Mooney of Cottage Grove, Harvey, Eileen and Mary at home. Her mother, two sisters and six brothers who reside in Washington. She was a member of Neighbors of Woodcraft of Ellensberg, Wash. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 p.m. from the Terwilliger funeral home. Commit-tal services will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Oct 23, 1924 7:5
PURDIN, Robert Lee
d. 27 Dec 1943 D-06-03-03
on marker w/Mary Lulu Purdin
"Robert Purdin, 70 years, at his home in Los Angeles. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Edith Dupus of Portland, Mrs. Ivan Currin of River-side, Calif., Miss Mary Purdin of Wilmar, Calif.; one son, Harvey Purdin, Wilmar, Calif. A member of post 883, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Los Angeles. Graveside services Tues-day, January 4, at 11 a.m. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery with Veterans of Foreign Wars in charge of services, under direction of Edwards-Terwilliger Funeral home." OS Jan 4, 1944 5:1
d. 17 Oct 1859 OLD
PURDY, J. Edgar
b. 07 Dec 1891
d. 25 Apr 1945 A-27-04-03
A Methodist Minister for 34 years
on marker w/May C. Purdy Oliphant
"Dr. J.E. Purdy Dies, Funeral Will Be Friday--Dr. J. Edgar Purdy, 54, superintendent of the Salem district of the Methodist church, died Wednes-day morning at 6:30 in a Salem hospi-tal just 12 days after he suffered a coronary thrombosis.
Dr. Purdy was just completing his term as district superintendent for which post he came here from his pastorate in Yakima, Wash., in 1939.
He was born Dec. 7, 1891, in Lockwood, Mo., and moved to Washington with his family in 1905. He attended high school in Waitesburg, Wash., and while still in high school filled his first pastorate at Wallula, Wash.
He attended Northwestern university and Garrett Biblical Institute. He was married June 12, 1918, to May C. Callahan of Waitesburg, He has held pastorates at Wilbur, Wash; at Bend, Ore. where he aided in the building of the present Methodist church; Sellwood Methodist church; and was field secre-tary for Willamette university 1923 and 1924.
He was director of religious education for the Puget Sound conference and the Pacific Northwest conference 1924 to 1931. He went to Moscow, Idaho, in 1930 and to Yakima in 1936, where he was until names superintendent of the Salem district in 1939.
Survivors are the widow, May Callahan Purdy; three sons, Frank, Portland; James with the Seventh army in Germany; Robert at home.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday from the First Methodist church. Dr. Charles W. MacCaughey, pastor of Central Methodist church at Spokane will conduct the service. He will be assisted by Dr. J.C. Harrison and the Rev. S. Raynor Smith, Salem; the Rev. Jesse Bunch, Corvallis; Dr. William Wallace Youngson, and the Rev. Gup Goodsell, Portland." OS Apr 26, 1945 5:5 w/photo s/o Smiley A. & Susan D. (Webb) Purdy per D/C #2656
PURDY, William Ellsworth
b. 27 Feb 1862
d. 22 Dec 1925 A-29-04-07
"At his late home at 791 North Commercial street, December 22, William Ellsworth Purdy, at the age of 63 years. He is survived by his wife, Olly J. Purdy, and nine children; Mrs. Grace Sears of West Salem, Mrs. Winnie Perry of Jerome, Idaho; Mrs. Gladys Wygant of Astoria, Mrs. R.H. Bassett, Mrs. R.F. DeSart and William, Jr., Kenneth, Lloyd and Fern, all of Salem. One brother in Pennsylvania also sur-vives him. Mr. Purdy was a member of the Champoeg lodge, AF & AM. Funeral services will be held from the Terwil-liger funeral home on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. H.F. Shanks and Rev. R.L. Putnam will officiate. Committal ser-vices will be held at the Lee Mission cemetery under the direction of the Masonic fraternity." OS Dec 23, 1925 5:5 See also: CJ Dec 22, 1925 7:4 s/o Henry Purdy; h/o Ollie J. Purdy per D/C #861
PURNEY, Jean Joseph
d. 08 Jan 1956 A-24-03-02
"J.J. Purney's Funeral Set--Funeral services for Jean Joseph Purney, who passed away Sunday in Coos Bay, will be 11 a.m. Thursday in Virgil T. Golden chapel, Rev. E.P. Goulder officiating, with ritualistic services by Salem Lodge 4, AF & AM.
Purney leaves his widow, Mrs. Louise Anna Purney, Coos Bay; daughter, Mrs. Marie McKinney, Vernonia; son, Harold J. Purney, Coos Bay; sister, Mrs. Jack Bond, Portland; brother, James F. Purney, Omaha, Neb., and three grand-children." OS Jun 10, 1956 2:6
PURNEY, Louise Anna (Bryan)
b. 25 Nov 1900
d. 15 Jun 1993 A-24-03-01
d/o Calvin and Alice (Butters) Bryan
w/o Jean Joseph Purney
"Louise A. Purney, 92, of Salem died Tuesday.
She was born in Moville, Iowa, and came to Salem in 1921. She graduated from Willamette University in 1925.
She taught school for two years before beginning work for the state in 1934.
She worked for the Human Resources Department as a welfare caseworker from 1956 until her retirement in 1965.
She married Joseph Purney in 1934; he died in 1956.
She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Chadwick Chapter No. 37 Order of the Eastern Star and Zora Temple Daughters of the Nile in Tacoma, Wash.
There are no known survivors. At the request of the deceased, there will be no services.
Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Barrick mortuary." SJ Jun 18, 1993 2D:6
PURVINE, Hannah E.
b. 16 Dec 1871
d. 24 Oct 1945 N/A
"Mrs. Purvine Services Set For Friday--Mrs. Hannah E. Purvine, 805 Oak st., widely known Salem woman, died at a Salem hospital Wednesday following an illness of some time. Funeral services have been scheduled for Friday at 1:30 p.m. from St. Paul's Episcopal church.
Mrs. Purvine was born in Vancouver, Wash., December 16, 1871, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Clausman Hileman. Her father died when she was four years old and she was reared by her mother and step-father, Dr. E.Y. Chase, a Salem physician.
The Chases made their home on the corner of Court and High streets, now the site of the Senator hotel. As a girl, Mrs. Purvine attended Willamette university, studying music, and on October 4, 1893, she was married to Charles Dudley Purvine.
For a few years the couple resided in the Lincoln community but for the past 40 years Mrs. Purvine had made Salem her home. She was active in the affairs of the St. Paul's Episcopal church until failing health prevented continuing in church activities.
Surviving are a son, Edwin C. (Ted) Purvine of Salem, a grandson, Richard W. Purvine, and a brother, John Hile-man of Salem. Another son, Lawrence, died in 1928." OS Oct 25, 1945 5:4
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