LEE MISSION CEMETERY BURIALS
Compiled 1996 by Stephenie Flora, Sherrill Hochspeier
and Jean Custer
Updates are made on a continuous basis by Stephenie Flora
1) A single rose beside a burial listing indicates an unmarked grave. If you find that your family member is unmarked and you wish to place a marker, please contact the Lee Mission Cemetery Board to discuss your options and to notify them of your intent.
2) A box with an "R" in it preceding a burial listing indicates a reserved plot
3) The number to the right of the death date is the burial plot number and can be used in the plot search option to find out who is buried in adjoining plots. An N/A in the plot location indicates that although the individual is known to have been buried in the cemetery, the exact location is not known at this time. All additions and corrections are appreciated and can be sent to email@example.com.
Burial Listing for surnames beginning with - R -
RADER, Daniel L. DD
d. 05 Feb 1911 C-40-04-08
41 years a Methodist minister
Interment Record #513
"Rev. D.L. Rader Dies After Long Illness--Editor of Pacific Christian Advocate And Well-Known Figure In Methodism--Rev. D.L. Rader, editor of the Pacific Christian Advocate and for many years one of the most prominent Methodist clergymen in this state, died Sunday morning in Portland after an illness of many months. October 4 last, while delivering an address before the Methodist Ministerial association of Portland in Taylor Street Methodist church on the life of the late Bishop Foss, he was stricken with apoplexy. He was taken to Port-land sanitorium and later removed to his home, 68 East Sixty-third. For a time his left side was paralyzed, but recently his condition appeared to improve. Last Monday he complained to his wife of being tired and shortly afterward suffered another stoke of apoplexy and became unconscious, in which state he remained until his death.
He was born in Jackson county, Mo. in 1850, and was ordained a minister in the Methodist Episcopal church south when 19 years of age, and assumed charge of the church at Oskaloosa, Kan. Sixteen years later he became affiliated with the Methodist Episcopal church. During the past 25 years he has been prominent in the Methodist church in the northwest, holding various pastorates and other positions of prominence. His first charge in the northwest was at Tacoma. During the past seven years he has been editor of the Pacific Christian Advocate, which is published in Portland.
He is survived by his widow, four sons and two daughters. His sons are Lyell and Paul Rader, of Chicago; Ralph Rader, of Los Angeles and Luke Rader, of Portland. Mrs. R.H. Hughes and Miss Catherine Rader, of Portland, are his daughters.
Funeral services will be held in Taylor Street Methodist church, Port-land, at 9:45 this morning. From 9 until time for the funeral the body will lie in state in the church. Interment will be in the Jason Lee cemetery in Salem. Bishop Charles W. Smith, Dr. Benjamin Young and other Portland clergymen will participate in the funeral services.
The remains will arrive on the 1 o'clock Oregon electric car today, where they will be met at the State street depot by friends and the student body from Willamette University, and accompanied to Lee Mission cemetery, where services will be held." DOS Feb 7, 1911 6:4
RADER, Laura Eugenia
d. 20 Sep 1928 C-40-04-07
Interment Record #1164
"Funeral services were held at Rigdon Mortuary this morning for Mrs. Eugenia Rader, who died several days ago in Wheaton, Dupage county, Illinois. The body was accompanied here by her son, Rev. Paul Rader of Los Angeles. Interment was made in Lee Mission cemetery beside the body of her husband, who died here many years ago." OS Sep 27, 1928 3:3
"Eugenia Rader to Be Buried Here; Memory Honored--Chicago, Sept. 22--(AP)--Three thousand persons gathered here today to pay a final touching tribute to one they loved.
This throng came to honor in death Mrs. Eugenia Rader, 75, mother of Paul Rader, Evangelist, and pastor of the Chicago gospel Tabernacle where the funeral services were held.
Mrs. Rader will be interred in Salem, Oregon, beside the body of her husband, Rev. Daniel Rader. Rev. Rader, who died 25 years ago, was at one time editor of the Western Chris-tian Advocate." OS Sep 23, 1928 1:6
RADER, Mary C.
b. 27 Jun 1919
d. 17 Dec 1919 C-40-04-05
Interment Record #791
d/o L.M. & Lela (Rhodes) Rader; born Portland, OR; died Aurora, OR per D/C #710
b. 26 Nov 1881
d. 18 Jun 1921 D-03-01-04
"Mrs. Julia Radford Dies; Funeral Will Be Held on Monday--Mrs. Julia Radford, 40, died at the family residence at 321 West 12th street in this city last night, following an attack of heart failure. Mrs. Radford was born in South Dakota November 26, 1881 and came to the coast 22 years ago, where she has lived in California and Oregon, the last 10 years being in this state. Besides her husband C.V. Radford she is survived by two sons and one daughter.
The sons are Arthur Radford, Leslie Radford and a daughter Bonita Radford all of whom make their home with their parents. She is also survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fish of Lebanon and the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. Loreta Vaugh, Jefferson, Mrs. Pearle Reynolds of Walla Walla, Walter Fish of Idaho, and Edward Fish of Lebanon.
The funeral will be conducted at the Fortmiller parlors at 10:30 o'clock Monday morning. Rev. Holcombe of Harrisburg will officiate. The body will be taken to Salem for burial."
S-WD Jun 21, 1921 4:5
d. Reserved RA-45-12
d. Reserved RA-16-22
RAHLKE, Amelia E.
b. 24 Dec 1837
d. 23 Oct 1918 D-03-02-07
Der Herr ist mein Hirte
"Rahlke--At her home 1913 Fairgrounds road, Wednesday morning Oct. 23, 1918, Mrs. Amelia C. Rahlke in her 80th year. She had been ill for several months.
She is survived by her husband and a son, Frank J. Rahlke, of 1005 North Cottage street. The funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Baptist German church and will be conducted by the Rev. F.A. Peterelt." CJ Oct 23, 1918 8:1
b. 17 Feb 1837
d. 16 Sep 1925 D-03-02-08
"At the home of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Martha Rahlke, 765 North Cottage street, Sept. 16, 1925, August Rahlke, born in East Prussia, Germany, Feb. 17, 1837. The remains are in care of the Terwilliger funeral home. Funeral services will be held from the German Baptist church, Cottage and D streets, today at 2 p.m. Rev. Mr. Lucas will officiate. Committal services will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 18, 1925 5:3
RAHLKE, Frank J.
b. 03 Jan 1870
d. 03 Mar 1924 A-40-03-02
on marker w/Mary E. Bueermann
"Rahlke--At the home, 765 N. Cottage street, early March 3, Frank Rahlke age 54 years. Survived by his wife and one son, Henry Rahlke. Funeral services will be held Wednesday March 5th, at 2 o'clock from the German Baptist church, Cottage and D streets, the Rev. Lucas officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery, under the direction of Rigdon & son" CJ Mar 5, 1924 5:6 s/o August Rahlke; h/o Mary E. Rahlke per D/C #190
RAINEY, Ellen Jane
d. Reserved RC-47-11
RAINEY, Jess Edwin
d. Reserved RC-47-12
s/o Ellen Jane Rainey
d. 24 Feb 1893 OLD 121-01
Beloved wife of Thos Ralph
on marker w/Thomas Ralph & W.J.R. & Jennie A. Jones
"Ralph--At the family home in East Salem at 7 a.m., Friday, February 24, 1893, Mrs. E. Ralph, aged 72 years.
Deceased was the mother of T.D. and Wm. Jones. Her death resulted from inflammatory rheumatism. The funeral will be conducted from the residence at 2 p.m. Sunday." DOS Feb 25, 1893 4:5
d. 03 Apr 1903 OLD 121-02
age 93 years
on marker w/Elizabeth Ralph & W.J.R. & Jennie A. Jones
"Ralph--At his home on East State street, Salem, Oregon, Friday morning, April 3, 1903, at 4 o'clock, Thos. Ralph, aged 93 years, of old age.
The deceased was one of the oldest men in the city. He has lived in Salem for about ten years. The funeral will be from the home at 2 o'clock and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 4, 1903 6:3
b. 02 Aug 1910
d. 23 Apr 1984 A-37-02-04
Mother & Sister
Resting in Jesus
"Emma Esther Ramage, 73, of 1470 30th Ave. NE, died Monday.
Born in Masinasin, Alberta, Canada, she moved to Salem in 1919. She worked for Mead Inc. for 23 years, retiring in 1970. She was the widow of W. Webb Ramage, oldest son of L.M. "Pop" Ramage, original owner of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. here.
Survivors include her daughter, Joan Asher, Salem; son, M. Webb Ramage, Albany; sisters, Lilly Gilmer, Myrtle George and Frances Etter, all of Salem, and Gladys "Boots" Champion, Detroit; and brother, Cal Chambers, Salem.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Lee Mission Cemetery, under direction of Barrick mortuary.
Contributions may be made to the Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice." SJ Apr 25, 1984 2B:4
b. 29 Oct 1929
d. 29 Oct 1929 A-37-02-04
d/o Webb & Emma (Chambers) Ramage; lived 30 minutes dying from premature birth per D/C #848
RAMAGE, Infant Girl
b. 13 Dec 1934
d. 14 Dec 1934 A-37-02-04
d/o W. Webb & Emma Esther (Cham-bers) Ramage; lived less than 24 hours dying from premature birth per D/C #840; burial on grandmothers grave
RAMIREZ, Jesus Rocha
b. Jun 2013
d. Jun 2013 C-43-8-11
d. 15 Jun 2018 RC-0-05
RAMOS, Jose Franco
b. 10 Jun 1939
d. 20 Apr 2008 RA-38-21
"SALEM - Mass of Christian Burial will be at 1:30 p.m. Today at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Salem. Arrangements entrusted to Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service".
RAMOS, Juan see: PACHECO-RAMOS, Juan
RAMSAY, Charles A.
d. 28 Aug 1926 Beaverton, Oregon C-22-04-08
on marker w/Mary L. Ramsay
Interment Record #1089
"Ramsay--Charles Ramsay at the home of his daughter at Beaverton, Or., August 28, at the age of 81 years. He is survived by three sons, A.O. Ramsay of Red Bluff, Cal., Clarence Ramsay of Molalla, Or., and Leslie of Scotts Mills, Or., by four daughters, Phebe Daniel of Butler, Me., Clara Hugel of Grand Prairie, Alberta, Can., Alida Douglas, Beaverton, Or., and Mrs. W.A. Barkus of this city. Funeral services will take place today at 2 p.m. from the Salem mortuary and interment in Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Aug 30, 1926 8:4
RAMSAY, Charles Leslie
b. 23 Mar 1892
d. 17 Apr 1934 C-22-04-06
"C. Leslie Ramsay, at Oregon City April 17, at the age of 42. Survived by his widow, Myra Ramsay; two children, Gaylord and Gertrude, and one sister, Mrs. W.A. Barkus of Salem. Funeral Thursday, April 19, at 2 p.m. from the Salem Mortuary chapel. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 18, 1934 3:2
RAMSAY, Mary Lovina
b. 30 Jan 1855
d. 29 Jun 1924 Salem, Oregon C-22-04-07
on marker w/Charles A. Ramsay
Interment Record #983
"Ramsey--Mrs. Mary Lovina Ramsey died Sunday, June 29, 1924, at the residence, 1115 north Winter street, at the age of 69 years. Survived by her husband, C.A. Ramsey, and the following children, Mrs. Bula Barcus of Salem, Mrs. Valida Douglas of El Paso, Texas, Mrs. Phoebie Daniels of Washington, Mrs. Clara Hugel of Alberta, Canada, C.L. Ramsey of Scotts Mills, C.E. Ramsey of Molalla and A.O. Ramsey of Red Bluff, Cal. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. from the Webb funeral parlors with Rev. Gillespie officiating. Interment in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jun 30, 1924 7:5 d/o Rollin & Phoebe (Martin) Allen per D/C #466
d. OLD 147-
RAMSDEN, Charles James
b. 08 Nov 1866
d. 31 Dec 1937 OLD 147-03
"At the residence, 141 South Winter street, Friday, Dec. 31, Charles James Ramsden, age 71 years, husband of Frances C. Ramsden; father of Mrs. Helen Stevens of Los Angeles; and Robert C. Ramsden of Salem; grand-father of Gary Day Ramsden of Salem; brother of William T. Ramsden of Salem, Claude H. Ramsden of Pratum, and George W. Ramsden of Amity. Fun-eral services, directed by the W.T. Rigdon company, Tuesday, Jan. 4, at 1:30 p.m." OS Jan 1, 1938 3:1
b. 18 May 1828
d. 20 May 1880 OLD 147-07
on marker w/James Ramsden
"Mrs. Elizabeth Ramsden was born in Yorkshire, England, May 18, 1829, and moved with her parents to Wisconsin at 16 years of age. Was married to James Ramsden, October 24, 1853. Moved with her two sons to Oregon, 1855, to join her husband who had preceded her the year previous. They settled first in Clackamas county until 1872; then they moved to the Waldo Hills, Marion county, and most of the last three years has lived in North Salem, Marion county. The deceased was a kind and affectionate wife, a devoted mother in rearing her four children, the youngest of which is now ten years of age; and sad to relate, for some length of time past she was at times in a singular desponding state of mind, having no desire to live, but to leave this world; and more especially since hearing of the death of a beloved brother in Connecticut. Self destruction seemed the ruling passion of the deceased, and on the night of the 20th inst., this was accomplished by hanging with a rope. The deceased was the third daughter of Richard and Mary Mabbet, now deceased. She leaves a kind and affectionate husband and four children (most of whom are grown) together with kind and sympathizing friends to mourn her loss." WOS May 28, 1880 1:5
b. 16 Sep 1825
d. 17 May 1899 OLD 147-08
on marker w/Elizabeth Ramsden
"Passed Away--James Ramsden, an old resident of Marion county, died in this city at 9 a.m. yesterday, the 17th inst., aged 69 years. He was a native of England, and became an inhabitant of the United States when a boy, settling in Wisconsin. In the '60s he came to Oregon and purchased a farm in the Waldo hills east of Salem, which is now comprised in his estate. He was twice married and was the father of six children, vix: R.H., W.T., C.J., George, and Claude Ramsden, and Mary E. White, all of Marion county. The remains will be given burial in Lee Mission cemetery at 2 p.m. today." OS May 18, 1899 1:4
RAMSDEN, Richard H.
b. 11 Jul 1856
d. 15 Oct 1900 OLD 147-05
"An Awful Mistake--Richard Ramsden Swallowed Carbolic Acid Yesterday--At His Home on Howell Prairie--Intended to Take a Dose of Medicine--The Wrong Bottle--Richard Ramsden, a farmer residing about a mile and a half south of Howell, in this county, took a tablespoonful of carbolic acid, about 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, by mistake. He has been sick for some time past and after each meal was accustomed to take some medicine, which had been prescribed for him by a physician. He took down a bottle containing the poisonous liquid and, going to the pump outside the house, swallowed a quantity of it, and turning immediately he exclaimed: `I have taken the wrong medicine.'
He at once fell unconscious, in which condition he has since remained. Mrs. Ramsden at once prepared some flour and water and succeeded in getting him to drink a portion of it before he became unable to swallow. Dr. J.N. Smith, of this city, was summoned and went out to the farm home and did what he could to relieve the unfortunate man from the effect of the poison, but was unable to do much for him. When Dr. Smith left the Ramsden home, about 8 o'clock last evening, there was a slight indication of returning consciousness, but there is little hope entertained for the recovery of the unfortunate man. Mr. Ramsden is about 40 years of age and has spent most of his life in Marion county. He has a family consisting of a wife and four children." OS Oct 14, 1900 2:1 See also: OS Oct 17, 1900 5:4
RAMSDEN, William Thomas
d. 07 Oct 1944 OLD 147-06
"In this city October 7, William Thomas Ramsden, late resident of 771 North Commercial street, age 86 years. Husband of Laura T. Ramsden of Salem; father of Lloyd E. Ramsden of Salem, Laura E. Given of Aumsville and Archie O. Ramsden of Portland; stepfather of Mrs. Oda A. Wetherbee of Sacramento, Mrs. Nancy T. Parker of Portland and Bud Welch of Salem; grandfather of Faye Russell and Earl Given of Salem, and Jean C. Ramsden Turner of Portland; step grandfather of Robert B. Parker, US army, and Nina Parker Zuber of Portland; half-brother of George Ramsden of Salem and Claud Ramsden of Pratum. Services will be held Tuesday, October 10, at 3 p.m., in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with concluding services at Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Edward L. Allen will officiate." OS Oct 10, 1944 5:1 See also: Oct 8, 1944 4:8
RAMSEYER, Anna Rich
b. 18 Mar 1867
d. 31 Oct 1953 A-40-04-07
on marker w/Joseph L. Ramseyer
"Pratum Woman Succumbs, Rites Mon-day--Pratum--Mrs. Anna Rich Ramseyer, resident of this community since 1904, died Saturday at the age of 86 years.
Born in Etupes, France, March 18, 1867; she moved to the U.S. with her parents in 1884. The family settled in Indiana and later moved to Kansas before coming to Oregon in 1889.
She was married to Joseph Ramseyer in Salem in 1890. He preceded her in death in 1947. Mrs. Ramseyer was an active member of the Pratum Mennonite Church.
Surviving are four sons, Benjamin J. Ramseyer, David C. Ramseyer and Albert P. Ramseyer, all of Salem, Carl A. Ramseyer, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Lena Hall and Mrs. Marie Settje, both of Portland; brothers, Christian and Joseph Rich, both of Hillsboro, Ore.; six grandchildren, four great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at the W.T. Rigdon Chapel Monday at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. Frank Harder officiating. Interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 1, 1953 2:1
RAMSEYER, Benjamin J.
b. 26 Feb 1894
d. 14 Nov 1953 A-40-04-04
on marker w/Maude E. Ramseyer
"Ben Ramseyer Dies of Stroke--A stroke suffered at his home at 420 North 17th street Friday was fatal Saturday evening to Benjamin J. Ramseyer, resident of the Salem community his entire life. Ramseyer died at a local hospital, where he was taken after having the stroke.
Born in Salem February 26, 1894, Ramseyer resided in Salem until 10 years of age, when the family moved to the Pratum community where he grew to manhood. His parents were the late Joseph Ramseyer and Anna Ramseyer, who preceded her son in death two weeks ago.
Ramseyer was educated in the public schools of Marion county and completed a course at the Capital Business College here. He was engaged in farming until 1923, when with his brother, Albert P. Ramseyer, he entered the garage business in Salem. The Ramseyer brothers first had their garage on Ferry street and then moved to the location now occupied by the Senator garage.
The brothers sold the business and in June, 1942, Ramseyer became associated with the W. T. Rigdon company funeral home. He remained with that firm until January, 1948, when ill health forced his retirement.
Ramseyer was married to Miss Maude Savage in Salem in 1924, and the couple had resided in Salem ever since, making their home at 420 North 17th street for the past 28 years.
He was a member of the Calvary Baptist church and of the choir of that church and had been an active member of the Salem Kiwanis club for over 22 years. Ramseyer served that organization as president in 1937 and in 1938 was lieutenant governor of this district of the Kiwanis.
Surviving besides the wife are three brothers, Carl A. Ramseyer of Seattle, and Albert P. Ramseyer and David C. Ramseyer, both of Salem.
Funeral services will be held at the W. T. Rigdon chapel Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Rev. Omar Barth officiating. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 16, 1953 5:5 w/photo See also: OS Nov 15, 1953 5:6
RAMSEYER, David C. Sr.
d. 18 Oct 1965 A-40-04-02
on marker w/Helen Loretta Ramseyer
"David C. Ramseyer Sr., 69, of 5501 43rd Ave. NE, died Monday at the residence of an apparent heart attack.
A native of Salem, he had lived in the area all his life. He was a farmer and an employee of the old Oregon Pulp and Paper plant prior to retiring in 1956.
Surviving are the widow Mrs. Helen L. Ramseyer, Salem; sons David C. Ramseyer Jr. and John A. Ramseyer, both Salem; brother Albert Ramseyer, Salem, and Carl Ramseyer, Seattle; and six grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in W.T. Rigdon Funeral Chapel. Inter-ment will be in Lee Mission cemetery. The casket will be open until Wednesday noon at the chapel." OS Oct 19, 1965 7:6
RAMSEYER, Helen Loretta
b. 22 Apr 1896
d. 25 Mar 1982 A-40-04-01
on marker w/David C. Ramseyer Sr.
"Mount Angel--Helen Loretta Ramseyer, 85, of 540 S Main St., died Thursday in the Benedictine Nursing Center.
Born in Covington, Ky., she had lived in the Salem area since 1917.
She worked for the State of Oregon and was a member of the Silverton United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her son, Jack Ramseyer, Portland; sister, Althea Busick, Albuquerque, N.M.; six grand-children, and nine great-grandchild-ren.
Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Monday in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Memorial services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the Silverton United Methodist Church. Arrangements are under direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.
Contributions may be made to the Benedictine Nursing Center." SJ Mar 27, 1982 2B:5
b. 07 Nov 1904
d. 09 Jun 1913 A-40-04-06
"Ramseyer---Herman Ramseyer, youngest son of Joe Ramseyer, at the family residence one and a half miles southeast of Pratum, Monday afternoon, aged 8 years.
The funeral will be held Wednesday at 1 o'clock p.m. at the Mennonite church at Pratum, Rev. Baumgartner officiating. The burial will take place at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jun 10, 1913 5:7
d. 16 Dec 1947 A-40-04-08
on marker w/Anna Rich Ramseyer
age 84; burial Dec 18, 1947 per Record of Interment #1604
See: HERSCH, Lina
RAMSEYER, Maude E.
d. 04 Oct 1987 A-40-04-03
on marker w/Benjamin J. Ramseyer
"Maude E. Ramseyer, 92, of Salem died Sunday.
She was born in Salem and was a lifelong area resident. She was office manager and secretary for Warner Bros. Theaters from 1935 to 1948. She also was a secretary for the state Department of Motor Vehicles from 1948 to 1960. She was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church and the Busi-ness and Professional Women's Club.
Survivors include her sister Nancy B. Von Eschen of Salem.
Services will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Salem. Interment will be private. Contributions may be made to the church building fund." SJ Oct 5, 1987 2B:4
RANDLE, Alola Faye
b. 14 Aug 1880
d. 10 Jul 1952 OLD 119-04
"Miss Faye Randle---Miss Faye Randle, 2828 S.W. Upper drive, died Wednesday at Good Samaritan hospital. The funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Colonial mortuary, and burial will be in Jason Lee cemetery, Salem.
Miss Randle was born August 14, 1880, in Dallas, Or., and lived in Portland since 1917. She leaves at the family home sisters Agnes, Hattie C. and Margaret Randle, and a brother, George H. Randle.
She was a member of First Methodist church and of the Audubon society." Oreg Jul 11, 1952 I:17:5 d/o Samuel Arnold & Ellen (Taggart) Randle
RANDLE, Bertha M.
b. 16 Jan 1886
d. 03 Jun 1919 OLD 119-05
d/o Samuel Arnold & Ellen (Taggart) Randle; b. Lebanon, OR; single; seam-stress; d. at Portland Surgical Hospital per Multnomah Co D/C #1781
RANDLE, Ellen Taggart "Nellie"
b. 29 Dec 1857
d. 30 May 1891 OLD 119-06
on marker w/Samuel A. Randle
"Randle--In Salem, Oregon, Saturday, May 30, 1891, at 25 minutes to 4 o'clock a.m. Mrs. S.A. Randle.
Deceased was aged 33 years, 5 months and 1 day. Her maiden name was Ellen Taggart, and she was a daughter of Adam and Margaret Taggart, of Shipman, Illinois, where she was born. She was married to S.A. Randle in August of 1874.
She leaves her husband and eight children, six little girls and two boys, the oldest a son of 16 years, (who works for J.J. Dalrymple & Co), and the youngest a daughter of 3 years.
Mrs. Randle had been seriously sick for about three weeks, not having been well all winter.
She was a consistent member of the Methodist church, a true Christian and a devoted mother. Death under any conditions is sad enough, but for a mother to leave a large family of little ones is doubly sad. These children will miss the painstaking and loving care of their dearest friend on earth--for who can be so dear as a mother? The bereaved family deserves and has the full sympathy of this community.
The funeral will be held from the family residence, corner of State and Fourteenth streets, at 2 o'clock sharp today (Sunday), conducted by Rev. C.E. Cline, and the remains will be laid to their eternal rest in Lee Mission cemetery, east of the city." OS May 31, 1891 4:3
RANDLE, Hattie Carol
b. Dec 1887
d. 27 Feb 1977 OLD 119-03
on marker w/Sarah Agnes Randle
"Randle, Hattie C., several nieces and nephews, Friday 10 a.m. Caldwell's Colonial Mortuary on NE 14th between Sandy & Burnside. Friends invited. Interment 1 p.m. Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem, Or." Oreg Mar 2, 1977 F5:7 d/o Samuel Arnold & Ellen (Taggart) Randle
b. 16 Jun 1882
d. 21 Oct 1956 OLD 119-11
d/o Samuel Arnold & Ellen (Taggart) Randle
RANDLE, Samuel Arnold
b. 29 Nov 1839
d. 28 Dec 1933 OLD 119-07
on marker w/Ellen T. Randle
second marker Co H 122 Ill Inf
"First School Head Here Passes Away --Funeral for Samuel Arnold Randle Today, Portland, Interment in Salem--Samuel Arnold Randle, remembered by many Oregonians as a prominent Willamette valley educator from 1874 to 1902 and Salem's first city school superintendent, died at his home, 2829 Southwest Upper Drive, Portland, December 28, 1933.
Born November 29, 1839, at Alton, Ill., he was reared on a farm near Shipman, Ill.; he taught rural school at an early age and was studying for the minstry at the outbreak of the Civil war but enlisted on Lincoln's call for volunteers in 1862 in the 122nd Illinois infantry. Serving through the war, he afterward taught school and attended Asbury (new De Pauw) university at Greencastle, Ind.
Mr. Randle married Ellen Taggart of Shipman, Ill., August 26, 1874, and together they came to Salem that same fall. Between intervals of teaching he attended Willamette university, graduating with the class of 1881 and later receiving his A.M. degree from the same institution.
During his teaching years he was best known as principal of La Creole academy at Dallas, 1880-1885; principal of Santiam academy at Lebanon, 1892-1902; and as first city school superintendent in Salem, 1885-1889.
After some years in eastern Washington he returned to Portland in 1917, where he lived the remainder of his life. He was a lifelong member of the Methodist Episcopal church and was a member of Lincoln-Garfield post of the G.A.R. His wife died in Salem in May 1891.
Surviving him are two sons, Dr. Henry C. Randle of Portland and George H. Randle of Lebanon; five daughters, Mrs. L.B. Jones of Salem and the Misses Faye, Margaret, Agnes and Hattie Randle of Portland; nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Services will be conducted by Rev. Wilbert Dowson, pastor of the First Methodist church of Portland, where he was a member, at 10:30a.m., December 30, at the Peninsula Funeral home, 3018 North Lombard street, Portland. Interment will be at Lee Mission cemetery in Salem." OS Dec 30, 1933 3:4 See also: Oreg Dec 29, 1933 7:7 w/photo
RANDLE, Sarah Agnes
d. 23 Dec 1972 OLD 119-02
on marker w/Hattie Carol Randle
"Randle--Sarah A. 7100 SE Division; sister of Hattie C. Randle; 3 nephews; 5 nieces. Services Wednesday 9:30 am, Caldwell's Colonial Mortuary, on NE 14th between Sandy and Burnside. Friends invited. Interment Jason cemetery, Salem, Ore." Oreg Dec 27, 1972 III:7:4 d/o Samuel Arnold & Ellen (Taggart) Randle
RANGEL, Angela Lara
d. 06 Jan 2016 RC-10-17
RANKIN, Beverly M.axine
b. 19 Jan 1933
d. 20 Dec 2009 RC-32-10
RATKIN, Darrin Mrs.
d. Reserved RA-22-01
b. 31 Aug 1872
d. 16 Oct 1926 OLD 212-03
"Ratzat---Fritz Ratzat, 54 died today at his home on Rt. 6, box 117. He is survived by his wife, Augusta, one daughter, Helen, who lives at home and a son, Carl, in Idaho. The body is at the Terwilliger funeral home. The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Terwilliger funeral parlors. The Rev. A. F. Hilmer will officiate. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 17, 1926 5:5 s/o Wilhelm Ratzat per D/C #682
RAWALT, John H.
b. 04 May 1888
d. 15 Feb 1912 OLD 185-03
"Funeral Today---A telegram from Paul Baker of W.T. Rigdon announces that he will arrive on the 5:15 train this morning with the body of his cousin, John Rawalt, the young man who was electrocuted at Oakland, California, last week. The funeral will be held from Rigdon's chapel this after-noon at 1 o'clock. Rev. P. S. Knight will conduct the services. Interment will be made in the Lee Mission ceme-tery." OS Feb 20, 1912 5:5
RAY, Henry H.
b. 20 Apr 1822
d. 17 Dec 1906 D-09-04-07
Father--Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
"Ray--At 469 North 18th street, at the home of B.F. Salmon, at 7:20 p.m., Monday, December 17, Wm. Ray, aged 84 years and 8 months.
Deceased has three daughters, Miss Florence Bacon, Mrs. Carrie Wardwell of Boise, Idaho, and Mrs. Eva Thomas of McCoy, Polk county. The funeral will be from the home of Mr. Salmon at 2 p.m. tomorrow and burial is the Lee Mission cemetery. The services will be conducted by Rev. W.H. Selleck." OS Dec 18, 1906 5:6 Rigdon Funeral Records and Cemetery has his name as Henry H. Ray
RAYMOND, Ernest J.
b. 16 Aug 1876
d. 28 Aug 1937 A-36-02-04
Second markerNew York Pvt 5 Inf.
on marker w/Mary Ann Raymond
"In Portland, August 28, Ernest J. Raymond, former resident of 1170 North 14th street, at the age of 61 years. Survived by widow, Mary Ann Raymond of Salem; four children, Elsie of Rochester, N.Y., Edna, Elwood and Orville all of Salem; two brothers, Roy of Buffalo and Homer of Rochester, N.Y.; sisters, Mrs. LaMoine R. Clark of Salem, Mrs. Gertrude Daylor of Rochester, N.Y., and Mrs. Veva Roberts. Grandchildren surviving include Donna Jean Brenneman, Joan Rae Brenneman and Jacqueline Joanne Raymond, all of Salem, Rodger Raymond Bossert of Rochester, N.Y. Funeral services will be held from the W.T. Rigdon chapel Tuesday, Aug. 31, at 3 p.m. Interment Lee Mission cemetery. The deceased was a member of Chemeketa chapter IOOF and the Spanish American War Veterans, who will assist Rev. Lynn Wood at the last service." OS Aug 31, 1937 5:1
RAYMOND, F. W.
d. 29 Mar 1912 D-13-02-06
"Raymond--At the Salem hospital, Friday, March 29, at 11 o'clock, W.S. Raymond, aged 52 years.
Deceased had been ailing for some time, having been paralyzed first, about three years ago. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made." OS Mar 30, 1912 5:5 F.W. Raymond died from organic heart disease per D/C #897
RAYMOND, James H.
b. 16 Jun 1851
d. 06 Apr 1872 OLD 183-01
"Death of A Student--James Raymond, formerly a student at the University, died at an early hour yesterday morn-ing at the residence of his mother, aged twenty years, nine months and twenty days. He was a young man well loved by all who knew him. His funeral services will be held at the University Chapel today at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family and especially students of the University, are in-vited to attend." DOS Apr 7, 1872 3:1
RAYMOND, Mary Ann
d. 09 Nov 1966 A-36-02-03
on marker w/Ernest J. Raymond
"Mrs. Mary Ann Raymond, 86, of 1170 14th St. NE, died Wednesday at a Salem nursing home.
She was born in Kings Lynn, England, came to the U.S. as a young woman and to Salem in 1906. She was a charter member of Jason Lee Methodist Church. Her husband, Ernest J. Raymond, a house painter, died in 1937.
Funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at W.T. Rigdon mortuary, Dr. S. Raynor Smith officiating. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 10, 1966 9:1
REA, Opal Elizabeth
b. 07 Jul 1931
d. 25 Apr 2013 Sutter County, California RA-17-01
Memorial-Life long partner of Lloyd William Galarneau
REAGLE, James V. Sr.
b. 21 Jul 1904
d. 28 Mar 1987 RA-39-21
Beloved husband and father
"James V. Reagle, 82, of Salem, died Saturday.
He was born and reared in Pleasantville, Iowa, and came here in 1943. He was a laborer and worked in farming and construction until he retired in 1962.
Survivors include his wife, Violet; daughters, Margaret Adams, Escalon, Calif., Norma Thiessen, Kent, Wash., Hazel Hults and Sharon Schaberg, both of Salem; sons, Robert V., Seattle and James V., Salem; and sisters, Ina Pippitt, Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Hazel Henry, Orcutt, Calif.
Visitation will be from 2 to 5 p.m. today and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, where services will be a 1 p.m. Tuesday. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ 29 Mar 1987 2B:6
REAGLE, Violet Mae
b. 29 Jan 1910
d. 23 May 1991 RA-52-11
"Graveside services for Violet Mae Reagle, 81, of Salem, who died Thursday, will begin at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Lee Mission Cemetery.
She was born and raised in Onawa, Iowa, and came to Salem from Iowa in 1932. She was a homemaker, and she enjoyed quilting.
She married James V. Reagle Sr. on Aug. 30, 1927, in Omaha, Neb.; he died in 1987.
Survivors include her daughters, Margaret Adams of Escalon, Calif., Norma Thiessen of Kent, Wash., Hazel Hults of Brooks and Sharon Schaberg of Salem; sons, James V. Jr. of Turner and Robert of Seattle; sister, Olive Prichard of Council Bluffs, Iowa; brother, Edward Peasley of St. Louis, Mo.; 21 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Rigdon-Ransom mortuary." SJ May 26, 1991 2B:2
RECORD, Robert E. L.
b. 14 Oct 1864
d. 17 Dec 1887/82 OLD 133-01
Brother, thou art gone, but not forgotten
Sister always thinks of thee
s/o Martha Record per Record of Interment #161
REDDEKOPP, Chester E.
b. 02 Mar 1907 1908
d. 16 Apr 1925 D-14-01-02
on marker w/Hassie L. Reddekopp
s/o David & Hasse (Birden) Reddekopp of McMinnville; died at St. Vincent's Hospital in Portland per D/C #1050
not listed on Record of Interment, no marker in Cemetery; may not be interred here
REDDEKOPP, Hassie Lee
b. 21 Jul 1879
d. 21 Jul 1909 D-14-01-01
on marker w/Chester E. Reddekopp
"Reddipoppe--In West Salem, Wednes-day, July 21, 1909, Mrs. Hassie Reddipoppe, aged 30 years.
Mrs. Reddipoppe was the wife of David Reddipoppe, who survives her, together with a 16-month-old child, and her parents who live in Polk county. The family formerly lived at Dallas but sold out there for the purpose of going to Washington. They were enjoying a camp outing on the west side of the Willamette when Mrs. Reddipoppe became ill from rheumatism. They immediately moved into a house in that vicinity, where she died early yesterday morning, on her 30th birthday.
The funeral will be held from the house at West Salem, at 1 o'clock today and interment will be made at Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. W.H. Selleck will conduct the services and U.J. Lehman will direct the funeral." DOS Jul 22, 1909 4:5
REDFORD, Charles M.
d. 16 Apr 1909 OLD 107-01
"Redmond--In this city April 18, 1909, Monroe Redmond.
Funeral was held in Rigdon's undertaking parlors; interment in the Mission cemetery. Rev. W.H. Selleck officiated." DCJ Apr 19, 1909 8:6
d. at OSIA; age 30 per Record of Interment #469
REDFORD, Frank Young
b. 01 Mar 1918
d. 16 Jul 2012 RA-22-04
"Salem--A graveside service will be held at 11:30 am Monday, July 23, 2012 at Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem. Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service, Salem." [StatesmanJournal, July 22, 2012]
b. 01 May 1892
d. 25 Jan 1910 D-14-04-08
"Redford--In Salem, Oregon, January 25, 1910, Fritz Redford, aged 18 years.
The remains are at the Cottage Undertaking parlors. Funeral arrange-ment later." OS Jan 26, 1910 4:5 s/o J.W. Redford per D/C #422
d. Reserved RA-22-05
b. 12 Mar 1864
d. 22 May 1890 OLD 097-06
wife of R.C. Redman
on marker w/Robert Craig, Robbie & Laura Redman
"Redman--At the family residence on Twelfth street, between Court and Chemeketa streets, Tuesday afternoon at 3:20 o'clock, of consumption, the beloved wife of R.C. Redman.
Mrs. Redman has been confined to her bed for the past four months, all the time battling with that dreaded disease consumption, which at last resulted in her death. Her maiden name was Miss Dell Simison and she resided at Jefferson when first married. She leaves a devoted husband and one little girl about four years of age to mourn her death.
Mrs. Redman was a lady highly respected, and had many friends who closely watched over her bedside during her lingering illness.
The funeral will be conducted Thursday at 2 o'clock at Lee Mission Cemetery, and the remains laid beside the bodies of two little children who have crossed to that brighter shore in advance of the mother." DOS May 21, 1890 4:3 markers says May 22, death date was actually May 20
b. 18 Mar 1887
d. 17 Sep 1888 OLD 097-04
on marker w/Robert Craig, Robbie & Dell Redman
"Redman-In Salem, Monday, Sept. 24, 1888, at 11 p.m., of cholera infantum, baby girl of R.C. Redman, carpenter at asylum, and wife.
The baby was six months old on the 18th inst. She had been sick but a little over a day. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS 26 Sep 1888 3:4
b. 13 Jan 1886
d. 26 Aug 1887 OLD 097-05
on marker w/Laura & Dell Redman
REDMAN, Robert Craig
d. 22 Nov 1911 OLD 097-01
on marker w/Robbie, Laura, & Dell Redman
"Died--Redman--At the Good Samaritan hospital, Portland, Or., Nov. 22, 1911, Robert C. Redman, aged 53 years.
The deceased is a former resident of Salem and a member of the A.O.U.W. Upon the arrival of the 10:45 train Friday the funeral party will proceed at once to Lee Mission cemetery, where interment will be made." DOS Nov 23, 1911 3:2
REDMAN, Rose L.
b. 11 Jun 1863
d. 15 Jan 1943 OLD 097-02
"Mrs. Rose Redmond, 79, for many years a resident of Aumsville, passed away at her home here Friday morning.
She is survived by two sons, Wynn H. Redmond of Sacramento, Calif., and Craig Redmond of Ellensburg, Wash.; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Eastburn and Mrs. Mary Vaughn; a grandson and two granddaughters. Funeral arrangements will be made upon arrival of her sons." OS Jan 16, 1943 3:1
REECE, Leila B.
b. 14 Dec 1913
d. 27 May 1993 RA-03-02
"Leila B. Reece, 79, of Salem died Thursday.
She was born in Wetumka, Okla., and came to Salem in 1956. She worked for the state until retiring in 1971.
She married Cleveland Reece on March 3, 1955, in Oklahoma; he died in October 1962. She enjoyed handicrafts and going on sightseeing drives.
Survivors include her son, Alyn Tuck of Salem; daughters, Waunell Person, Peggy Smith, Twyla Tuck and Bobbie Hummel, all of Salem; Nyla Wagoner of Fremont, Calif., and Judy Dierks of Olympia, Wash.; sister, Iva Robinson of Oklahoma City, Okla; 22 grandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren.
Services will begin at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Contributions may be made to the Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice." SJ May 29, 1993 3C:3
REED, Gertrude R.
d. 09 Apr 1910 N/A
"Reed--At the family home, Twenty first and Leslie streets, Friday, April 9, 1910, Gertrude R. Reed, aged 3 years.
The funeral took place Sunday at Lee Mission cemetery, the Rev. W.H. Selleck officiating." OS Apr 12, 1910 4:4
REED, Prudence J. (Foster)
b. 24 Sep 1920
d. 20 May 2016 RA-23-08
on marker w/Robert L. Reed
"Prudence J. (Foster) Reed
September 24, 1920 - May 20, 2016
Salem - Prudence (Prudy) Reed passed away on May 20, 2016 at the age of 95, surrounded by family. She was born in Salem, Oregon, the youngest of six children of William and Vivian Foster.
Prudy grew up in Salem and graduated from Salem High School in 1938. After graduation she worked for the State of Oregon in Salem and later for an insurance company in Portland.
She married Robert Reed who owned a farm in Amity, Oregon in 1947. In 1950 they moved North of Keizer, Oregon (Mission Bottom) where they farmed 113 acres. This city girl enjoyed her life
as a farmers wife and was a wonderful mother and friend to all she knew. Prudy is survived by her daughters, Janelle Christianson (Gary), Barbara Johnson (Jerry), and Patti Wilbrecht (Scott); nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service Home in Salem on Tues., May 24th at 12pm. Contributions can be made to Willamette Valley Hospice." [Statesman Journal May 22, 2016]
REED, Robert Little
d. 22 Aug 1984 RA-23-07
on marker w/Prudence J. Reed
"Robert Little Reed, 67, of 9760 Wheatland Road N, died Wednesday.
He was born in Kewanee, Ill., and moved to Amity at age 12 from Baton Rouge, La. He served in the Army in World War II, and came to Salem in 1952. He was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church.
He is survived by his wife, Prudence J.; daughters, Janelle L. Christianson and Barbara D. Johnson, both of Portland, and Patricia A. Wilbrecht, Tillamook; brother, Charlie Reed, Amity; and sister, Kathryn VanOtten, McMinnville.
Memorial services will be at 9:30 a.m. today in the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Arrange-ments are under the direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.
Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society." SJ Aug 25, 1984 2B:6
d. 15 Oct 1903 OLD 117-15
d. 27 Aug 1929 OLD 228-11
"Reebs--Mrs. Eliza Reebs, 88, died Tuesday morning at the age of 88 years. Funeral services Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at Rigdon's mortuary, Rev. Harry Gardner officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Aug 28, 1929 9:8
age 2y; cholera inf; burial by Rigdon; nearest relative, Prof. Drew per Record of Interment #328
REEVES, Esther E.
d. 05 Nov 1961 A-29-04-03
on marker w/George W. Reeves
"Late resident of 1037 Nebraska St. NE, Salem, Nov. 5 at a local hospital. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Ray Eilert, Salem; Mrs. Earl Mason, Salem; Mrs. Arthur Bester, Salem; sons, Harold W. Reeves, Springfield; Loren W. Reeves, St. Helens; Nine grand-children, 6 great-grandchildren also survive. Services Wed. Nov. 8th at 1:30 PM at the Virgil T. Golden Chapel, Rev. Lloyd Uecker officiating. Interment Jason Lee Cemetery." OS Nov 8, 1961 13:8
REEVES, George W.
d. 14 Oct 1948 A-29-04-04
on marker w/Esther E. Reeves
"George Walter Reeves, late resident of 455 Vista ave., at a local hospital Thursday, October 14. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Esther Elizabeth Reeves of Salem; three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Eilert of Salem, Mrs. Inez Bester of Portland, and Mrs. Bernice Mason of Salem; two sons, Loren W. Reeves of St. Helens, and Harold W. Reeves of Springfield; eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Saturday, October 16, at 2 p.m. the Rev. Lloyd Uecker officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 16, 1948 7:5
REEVES, Jerald Arthur
b. 13 Nov 1953 Salem, Oregon
d. 13 Nov 1953 Salem, Oregon C-43-05-04
Interment Record #1830
"Baby Jerald Arthur Reeves, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeves, at a local hospital Nov. 13. Survived by parents and sister, Jacquelene Reeves, Salem; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Garrison, Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Reeves, Salem. Private services were held under the direction of Clough-Barrick Co. with interment at Lee Mission Cemetery." CJ Nov 16, 1953 19:8 See also: OS Nov 18, 1953 II:5:5
REEVES, Robert Glen
d. 24 Jan 1955 C-43-05-14
Interment Record #1857
"Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Reeves of Salem, Ore. Survived by parents and sister Jacqueline Ann Reeves of Salem; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Reeves of Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garrison of Salem. Private graveside services Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 10 a.m. Interment at the Lee Mission Cemetery under the direction of Clough-Barrick Co." OS Jan 25, 1955 10:1
REID, Hattie Ellen
d. 06 Sep 1948 C-47-01-15
"In this city, September 6, Hattie Ellen Reid, late resident of 495 Ford st., at age of 85 years. Survived by a niece, Lulu Lukins, Salem, and by two nephews, Pete Tow, Salem, and John M. Sloan, Portland. Services Thurs-day, September 9, at 1:30 p.m. at the W.T. Rigdon chapel with interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 8, 1948 11:5
b. 22 Jun 1848
d. 15 Nov 1924 OLD 205-07
"Reid--At his late home, 1173 N. 4th street, Nov. 15th, 1924, William Reid, age 76 years. Survived by his wife, two daughters at Williamtown, Kans., one son, Marshfield, and one son in Kansas. Funeral services will be held from the Terwilliger home this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Mr. Putnam officiating, committal at Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Nov 17, 1924 5:3 b. IL; s/o Jesse & Nancy (Whitmore) Reid; h/o Lona Reid per D/C #784
REILING, Infant Boy
b. 25 Apr 1952
d. 25 Apr 1952 C-43-03-17
Interment Record #1773
b. 13 Oct 1849
d. 01 Mar 1934 D-21-04-01
"In this city March 1, August Reinbrecht, aged 65 years. Funeral services from the Rigdon company chapel Monday, March 5, at 10:30 a.m., Rev. P.W. Erickson officiating. Inter-ment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 4, 1934 5:1
b. 1854 Germany
d. 21 Sep 1921 D-21-04-02
"Johanna Reinbrecht, of 1540 North Fourteenth street, passed away this morning at 1:45 at the Salem Deaconess hospital at the age of sixty-seven years. She is survived by her husband. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Terwilliger home, the Rev. J.J. Lucas officiating. Interment will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Sep 21, 1921 5:2
REISCHKE, Infant Daughter
b. 31 Mar 1911
d. 31 Mar 1911 OLD 107-05
d/o Leo & Lydia (Hiller) Reischke; stillborn per D/C #943
RENNE, Mark J. Jr.
b. Oct 1891
d. 05 Feb 1973 N/A
Note: the only reference found was for Mark Renne, Sr. b. Oct 1891; died 05 Feb 1973 in County #29 per OR death index
d. 15 Jan 1899 D-31-02-08
"Reynolds--At the home of her daughter, Mrs. A.C. Harold, No 55 Thirteenth street, Sunday evening, January 15, 1889, at 11 o'clock, Mrs. W.C. Reynolds aged 52, of paralysis of the lungs.
The funeral will be held from the United Brethern church, Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Anson Cox of Scotts Mills, officiating. Interment will be had in Lee Mission cemetery." WCJ Jan 19, 1899 8:6
REYNOLDS, Hattie A.
d. 12 Apr 1918 D-31-02-07
"Died--Reynolds--In Salem, Or., April 12, 1918, at the Deaconess hospital, Mrs. Hattie A. Reynolds at the age of 76 years.
Mrs. Reynolds has lived in Salem for twenty-four years. The family home is at 735 North High street. She had only been ill since Wednesday. Her husband, W.C. Reynolds, formerly was a Salem blacksmith.
Besides the husband, a daughter and three sons are left. They are Mrs. C.E. Reynolds; Clinton Reynolds, Fountain City, Ind.; Charles B. Reynolds, Lebanon, Or., and C.E. Reynolds of Portland.
The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the chapel of Webb & Clough. Rev. H. E. Pemberton will conduct the services. Burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
Mrs. Reynolds was a staunch member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union and an active church worker." OS Apr 13, 1918 4:3
REYNOLDS, Martin M.
d. 26 Oct 1904 D-05-02-04
"Reynolds--At the Oregon Insane Asylum, Wednesday, October 26, 1904 of exhaustion from dementia, M.M. Reynolds, aged 69 years.
The funeral service was preached by Rev. Wm. Selleck at Rigdon's undertaking parlors, at 3 o'clock and interment was made at Lee Mission cemetery.
Deceased leaves several grown sons and a daughter in Portland." DOS Oct 28, 1904 4:5
REYNOLDS, William Clarkson
b. 15 Feb 1843
d. 29 Jan 1933 D-31-02-06
"Final Respects Paid Reynolds--Funeral services for William Clarkson Reynolds, 69, who died at the residence 1340 Fir street, Sunday, were held Monday at 2 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel, with Rev. C.G. Rinard officiating. Interment followed in the Lee Mission cemetery.
He is survived by two sons, Carl E. of Salem, and Charles B. of Portland; also by nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren." OS Jan 31, 1933 2:7
RHINEHART, Lotcy B.
See: RINEHART, Lotcy B.
b. 29 Apr 1842
d. 21 Jan 1910 REMOVED
Removed to Tillamook, OR; obit OS Jan 23, 1910 5:4
d. 04 Jan 1914 D-13-01-03
m'd; b. Iowa; d of general paresis with Syphilis as contributing cause at Oregon State Hospital; originally admitted under name Norma Compton per D/C #90
RICE, Deborah Lynn
b. 17 Sep 1856
d. 08 Feb 2017 RA-40-21
RICE, Robyn Lansing
d. Reserved RA-40-22
RICE, William V.
b. 25 May 1876
d. 03 Apr 1941 C-51-02-03
"In this city, William V. Rice, age 64 years, late resident of 321 Sixth street, Portland. Graveside services were held under the direction of the W.T. Rigdon company Monday, April 14, at 3:30 p.m. in the Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. George H. Swift officiated." OS Apr 15, 1941 5:1
D/C #314: s/o Wm H. & Charlotte (Campbell) Riceper
Record of Interment #1434
b. 26 Feb 1838
d. 17 Oct 1913 D-04-02-06
"Rich--Abraham Rich at his residence on D street near Fourteenth, early Saturday morning.
The funeral will be held from the residence at 2:30 p.m. Sunday and services will be held at the German Baptist church on North Cottage street at 3 o'clock p.m. Rev. G. Schunke, of Seattle, Wash., will officiate.
Deceased leaves a widow and five children; Madeline Muhleman, of Independence; Anna Guaitie, of Salem; Samuel Rich, of Salem; Miss Lydia Schunke, of Seattle, Wash., and Silas Rich of Salem." OS Oct 19, 1913 1:5
s/o Christ & Mere (Ramseyer) Rich per D/C #3557
b. 09 Sep 1841
d. 10 Mar 1907 A-25-01-04
"Rich--At her home in Englewood, near Market and Twelfth streets, Sunday, March 10, 1906, Mrs. Katherine Rich, aged 65 years.
The funeral was held yesterday afternoon from the late residence of the deceased, and was conducted by Rev. G. Schunke, pastor of the German Baptist church of this city, who was assisted by Rev. Abraham Hager, of Edmonton, Alberta, and formerly the pastor of the German Methodist church of this city, and Rev. Mr. Hoffman, of the Evangelical church. The services were conducted in German and in English.
Mrs. Rich was a quiet and unassuming woman of estimable character and numbered her friends by the scores. She leaves to mourn her death a brother, Joseph Graber, of this city and eight children. They are as follows: Christ Rich, Joseph Rich and Mrs. Joseph Ramseyer of Salem; Mrs. Hugh Knite and Peter Rich, of Portland; Mrs. John Roth of Albany; Mrs. Mary Satche of Stafford, Clackamas county, and Mrs. Katherine Schferdly, of near Topeka, Kansas.
The deceased was born in France in 1841, and subsequently migrated to American and settled in Kansas. In 1890 she came to Oregon and established her home in Salem where she has resided ever since." DOS Mar 12, 1907 6:4 d/o Peter & Madelane (Stoll) Graber per D/C #3141
d. 05 Jan 1894 N/A
d. 29 Dec 1898 OLD 136-10
age 6y; next of kin Chris Rich, brother, no record of burial per Record of Interment #250; however, plot map shows burial in OLD 136-09
RICH, Mildred Helen
b. 21 May 1907 Salem, Oregon
d. 09 Sep 1924 Salem, Oregon C-39-02-07
Interment Record #995
"Rich--At her late home, 1148 North 12th St., Salem, Oregon, Sept. 9th, 1924, Mildred Helen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rich, aged 17 years. Besides her parents, she is survived by two sisters, Louise and Mary; two brothers, Laurence and Robert. Diptheria was the cause of death. Strictly private funeral services will be held from the Terwilliger Funeral home, 770 Chemeketa St. Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Commital services at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 10, 1924 5:3 d/o Samuel & Augusta (Fleischman) Rich per D/C #625
b. 13 Mar 1880
d. 04 Jan 1894 A-40-02-07
"Rich--After a week's illness at the family home in Frickey's addition, Salem, January 4, 1894, from inflammation of the brain, Paul Rich, aged 14 years.
Deceased was a son of Mrs. Kate Rich, and a brother of Christ Rich of this city. The funeral services will be held from the house at 2 o'clock this afternoon and burial will take place in the Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Fechter will conduct the services." DOS Jan 6, 1894 4:4
b. 19 Nov 1876
d. 12 Dec 1948 A-40-02-06
"Peter Rich, December 12, in Port-land, late resident of 5215 Flanders st., Portland. Born Nov. 19, 1872, in France. Survived by two brothers, Chris and Joseph Rich, both of Hillsboro, and three sisters, Mrs. Joseph Ramseyer of Salem, and Mrs. Marie Settje and Mrs. Lee Hall, both of Portland. Services will be held Wednesday, December 15 at 11:30 a.m. in Colonial mortuary at Portland. Graveside services at 2:30 p.m. at Mission cemetery in Salem." OS Dec 14, 1948 12:2
b. 16 Mar 1841
d. 01 Mar 1923 D-04-02-05
"The funeral of Mrs. Sophie Rich who died March 1 at Seattle will be held in this city at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 4, from the German Baptist church, North Cottage and D street, of which she was a charter member. The deceased is survived by a daughter, Mrs. G.B. Schunke of Seattle, and two sons, Silas Rich of Seattle and Samuel Rich of Salem. Mrs. Rich was born in France March 16, 1841. She came to this country direct to Salem in 1889 where she resided until eight years ago. Since that time she has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Schunke, in Seattle. Her husband, Abraham Rich, died in this city in October, 1913. The services for Mrs. Rich will be arranged by the Webb Funeral Parlors." OS Mar 3, 1923 5:3
b. 26 Jul 1874
d. 09 Nov 1954 C-19-04-01
on marker w/William Richards
Interment Record #1854
"Mrs. Richards, 80, Succumbs--Funeral services will be held Thursday for Mrs. Lenora Richards, 80, of 735 Elma Ave., who died Tuesday morning in a Salem hospital.
A resident of Salem since 1948, Mrs. Richards had been in poor health for several years. She was the widow of William I. Richards, who died six years ago.
Born July 26, 1874 in Indiana, Mrs. Richards had lived in Oregon since 1925, when she and her husband moved to the state from Washington. Before coming to Salem her home was in Toledo.
She is survived by three sons, Thomas Richards, Salem; John Richards, Toledo, and Edward Richards, Mitchell; two daughters, Mrs. Audrey Strawn, Oakridge, and Mrs. Cecelia McMickle, Dexter; two brothers, John W. Shephard, Portland, and Charles Shephard, Sequim, Wash.; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday in Howell-Edwards Chapel. Burial will be in the Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Nov 10, 1954 2:2
d. 18 Jul 1903 OLD 111-04
Funeral ordered by Asylum with burial at Lee Mission per Funerals Held at W.T. Rigdon, Pioneer Morticians, Salem, Marion Co., OR, For the Years 1892-1905
b. 12 Sep 1915 Salt Lake City County, Utah
d. 10 Dec 2000 Salem, Marion County, Oregon
d/o Peter and Martha Savage
w/o Milan Jay Savage; m'd 07 Oct 1933
RICHARDS, Milan Jay
b. 05 Aug 1912 Salt Lake City County, Utah
d. 08 May 1984 Stanislaus County, California
h/o Meryln Margaret (Savage) Richards; m'd 07 Oct 1933
RICHARDS, William I.
d. 04 Sep 1948 C-19-01-08
on marker w/Leonora Richards
Interment Record #1853
"William I. Richards, late resident of Salem, route 6, box 37M, September 4, at a local hospital at the age of 81. Survived by his wife Leo Nora Richards of Salem; three sons, Thomas J. Richards of Salem and John I. Richards and Edward W. Richards, both of Toledo, Oregon; two daughters, Mrs. J.E. Strawn of Salem and Mrs. C.W. McMickel of Hermiston; 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Member of the IOOF. Services will be held from the Howell-Edwards chapel Wednes-day, September 8, at 1:30 p.m. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Sep 8, 1948 11:5
RICHARDSON, Cyril V.
d. 16 Jun 1966 RA-39-02
on marker w/Yvonne B. Richardson
"C.V. (Jack) Richardson, 72, died Thursday at his home, 541 Statesman St. NE.
He was born in Independence and lived in Salem about 43 years. He worked as cashier for the World War Veterans State Aid Commission and the State Land Board.
Survivors include his widow Yvonne Richardson, Salem, son Gerald, Washington, D.C., and two brothers.
Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Jun 17, 1966
b. 27 Oct 1897
d. 28 Oct 1897 OLD 092-01
"Richardson--At the family home on Mill street, near 20th, Salem, Oregon, October 28, 1897, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. York Richardson.
The remains will be interred in Lee Mission cemetery at 10 o'clock this morning." DOS Oct 29, 1897 8:6
RICHARDSON, Infant Male
b. 26 Apr 1907
d. 26 Apr 1907 OLD 092-02
s/o Wy (Y.) Richardson; died Salem, OR per D/C #3441
RICHARDSON, Ivy M.
d. 29 Jan 1917 OLD 232-05
Ivy M. Richman; stillborn; burial Jan 30, 1917 by Webb & Clough per Record of Interment #709
RICHARDSON, Yvonne B.
d. 1978 RA-39-01
on marker w/Cyril V. Richardson
b. 23 Sep 1862
d. 15 Dec 1942 C-50-01-01
"In this city, December 15, Robert Richer, late resident of route six, at the age of 80 years. Survived by wife, Sarah Richer, and several nephews and nieces. Funeral services will be held Friday, December 18, at 3 p.m., in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company with concluding services at the Lee Mission cemetery. Rev. Glenn E. Patterson of Albany will officiate." OS Dec 18, 1942 5:1
D/C #1161: s/o Lonson & Esther (Hedges) Richer
Record of Interment C-50-01-01
d. Reserved RA-29-01
d. Reserved RA-29-02
on marker w/John W. Riches
RICHES, John W.
d. 23 Oct 1968 RA-29-03
"John W. Riches, 1585 Evergreen St. NE, owner of Riches Electric of Salem, died of a lung tumor in a Salem hospital Wednesday. He was 63.
A native of Silverton, he attended Oregon State University and worked for Walton Brown Electric until he purchased the business in 1953.
Survivors include his widow Ethel, Salem; daughter Mrs. Paula Brown, Corvallis; son John, Salem; sisters Winifred and Lois Riches, both Silverton; brothers, Harry, Theodore and Robert, all Silverton, Frank, Buena, Wash.; three grandchildren.
Services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Barrick chapel, Rev. Cletus Freed officiating. Interment will be private at Lee Mission Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to American Cancer Society." OS Oct 24, 1968 19:4
RICHTER, Albertina Betz
d. 1932 OLD 095-01
on marker w/William Richter, Frederick & Minnie Shanahan & Augusta Yannke
RICHTER, Charles J.
b. 1857 Germany
d. 21 Aug 1913 D-17-04-02
"Killed By A Gun--Salem Man in Accident at Residence Meets Death.--Charles Richter, in Cleaning Shooting Iron, Puts Lead Into His Head--Inquest by Coroner is Held--Death came in-stantly to Charles Richter yesterday morning when, in attempting to clean out a No. 12 hammerless shotgun, he received the contents of a heavily loaded shell in his head above the left ear. The charge practically tore off Mr. Richter's head and scattered his brains about the back porch of his home at 332 South Twenty-fourth street, where he lived with his wife, Madelina Richter, his daughter, Dora, and his two sons, Henry C. and Maurice.
Accidentally Killed--Despondency because of ill health was at first believed to have been the motive force that caused the deed, but upon investigation of the affair, Coroner Clough decided that it was accidental. Mr. Richter had been ill for some time and had been doctoring without any apparent result. He had also visited hot springs in California in search of health. By the position of the body when it was found and the fact that the gun was some distance from the body, Coroner Clough was convinced that the gun was discharged accidentally.
Wife Finds Husband Dead--Mrs. Richter was at home when the accident took place and rushed to the back porch when she heard the discharge. She found her husband lying in a pool of blood on the back porch and near to the back door leading into the kitchen. His head was near the wall, while his feet were toward the edge of the porch. Mrs. Richter said that she remembered that Mr. Richter said he was going to clean his gun and paid no attention to it until she was startled by the report.
Mr. Richter was a shoemaker and had a shop at 1829 State street, while his residence was at 322 South Twenty-fourth street, at the corner Trade. He was fifty-seven years of age and leaves the above-mentioned children. Dora and Henry G. Richter are employed at Meyers' department store while Maurice Richter lives in California. Funeral arrangements will be made later." OS Aug 22, 1913 3:5
RICHTER, George William
b. 29 Jan 1870
d. 08 Dec 1910 D-21-01-05
"Richter--At the Salem hospital, Thursday, December 8, 1910, of heart trouble, George William Richter, age 39 years.
Mr. Richter was born in Albany, but grew to manhood and spent the better portion of his life here, and was well and favorably known to the people of Salem. He was the eldest son of Mrs. Albertina Richter, and besides her, is survived by a wife and 3-year-old son, two sisters and three brothers.
Mr. Richter had been ailing for some time, but in the last three weeks became worse, and when he passed away yesterday morning was in the presence of several members of his family, and the end was a peaceful one. He possessed hosts of friends in the city, who will mourn his death.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock p.m. from Rigdon's undertaking parlors, conducted by Rev. P.S. Knight. Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Dec 9, 1910 5:5 s/o Wm & Albertina (Betz) Richter per D/C #3938
RICHTER, Gertrude Tasto
d. 24 Mar 1949 D-17-04-04
"Gertrude Dorothy Richter, in Washington, D.C., March 24. Survived by husband, Morris, Washington, D.C.; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Baldwin, Balboa, Calif.; brother, Hilbert C. Tasto and Everett C. Tasto, San Francisco, and Arthur F. Tasto, Salem; grandson, Morris Baldwin, Balboa. Services will be held Wednesday, March 30 at 1:30 p.m. in Clough-Barrick chapel. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 27, 1949 10:4
d. 17 Jul 1951 D-21-01-07
on marker w/William Richter
"Mrs. Hettie Richter, at the residence, 475 S. 21st st., July 17. Survived by widower, William Richter, Salem; sisters, Mrs. Bess Bonney, Jacksonville, Ore., and Mrs. Sarah Bell, Sabetha, Kans.; also by several nieces and nephews. Services will be held Friday, July 20, at 1:30 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel. Interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 18, 1951 9:5 See also: CJ Jul 19, 1951 21:8
RICHTER, Magdaline J.
b. 06 Dec 1858
d. 21 Jan 1933 D-17-04-03
"At the residence, 384 South 24th street, Saturday, January 21, Mrs. Magdalene Richter, aged 76 years. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Dora Johnson of Salem; sons, Henry C. Richter of Portland, Morris K. Richter of Washington, D.C.; four grandchildren. Funeral announcements later by Clough-Barrick company." OS Jan 22, 1933 5:2
RICHTER, Morris K.
b. 22 Sep 1891
d. 19 Jan 1985 D-17-04-04
2nd LT US Army World War I
b. 12 Jan 1829
d. 16 Nov 1887 OLD 095-02
on marker w/Frederick & Minnie Shanahan, Albertina Richter & Augusta Yannke
"Richter--On Wednesday, November 16th, 1887, at his residence in East Salem, on the asylum road, of brain fever, Wm. Richter, aged about 60 years.
The deceased was for a number of years a guard at the penitentiary. He leaves a wife and five children. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the residence. The service will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Muellhaupt, and the body will be interred in Lee Mission cemetery." WOS Nov 18, 1887 2:3 b. Saxony, Germany
d. 03 Apr 1958 D-21-01-08
on marker w/Hettie Richter
"At the residence, 475 21st St. SE, Salem, April 3rd. Brother of Mrs. James F. Aber, Salem. Services will be held Monday April 7th at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Interment, Lee Mission Cemetery, Rev. George H. Swift officiating." OS Apr 4, 1958 33:5
d. 03 Oct 1892 OLD 137-07
"Little Boy Drowned--Howard, the 3-year-old son of A.R. Rickard, of East Salem, was accidentally drowned Sunday afternoon while playing along the mill race above the penitentiary. It was several hours before the body was recovered from where it had lodged in the bottom of the race. Mr. and Mrs. Rickard have a large family and lately came here from Indiana. The remains of the unfortunate little fellow were interred in the Rural cemetery yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock." DOS Oct 4, 1892 4:1 age 4y; drowned; A.R. Rickard next of kin; Olinger & Rigdon undertakers per Record of Interment #162; burial at Lee Mission per Funerals Held at W.T. Rigdon, Pioneer Morticians, For the Years 1892-1905
d. 15 Apr 1956 RA-56-06
d. 27 Oct 1901 N/A
RIDGEWAY, Charity A. Newton
d. 02 Aug 1917 D-15-04-04
"Ridgeway Burial Today--The remains of Mrs. C.A. Ridgeway, formerly of Salem, who died at Olympia, Wash., August 2, will be at Rigdon's undertaking parlors this morning and friends wishing to view the remains may do so between 9:30 and 10:30 o'clock. The body will be taken to Lee Mission cemetery at 10:30, where interment will take place. Funeral services were held at Olympia." OS Aug 5, 1917 5:2
RIDGEWAY, Isaac Newton
b. 08 Jun 1847 IN
d. 04 Nov 1913 D-15-01-02
"To Be Buried Today--The remains of I.N. Ridgeway, formerly of this city, who died at his home in Portland November 4, will be brought to Salem for burial in the Lee Mission cemetery at 2 p.m. today. Friends may view the body from 11 to 2 at Rigdon's undertaking parlors." OS Nov 6, 1913 5:3
RIDGEWAY, Nora Lee
d. 12 Jan 1904 D-09-02-03
"Laid to Rest---The funeral services over the remains of Miss Nora L. Ridgeway were held at the family residence yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains were consigned to their last resting place in Lee Mission cemetery, by sorrowing friends and relatives. The young lady, who was but 18 years of age, was taken ill with appendicitis, on last Sunday morning, and taken to the Salem Hospital, where an operation was performed and everything possible done for her relief, but all of no avail, as the disease had already progressed too far, and she passed from this world Tuesday evening." OS Jan 14, 1904 4:3 d/o Isaac N. & Charity (Cook) Ridge-way per D/C #82
RIEDER, J. Matthew
b. 17 Feb 1970
d. 17 Jan 1981 RA-54-07
"J. Matthew Rieder, 10, of 1860 Nebraska NE, died Saturday in Salem Hospital Memorial Unity, of leukemia.
He was born in Salem and was active in the Parrish Little League the past 2 years. He was in 5th grade at Englewood School.
He is survived by mother, Mrs. Gale M. Rieder Johnson, and father, James R. Rieder, Salem; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cline, Eugene, and Mrs. Jean Whelchel, Silverton.
Graveside services will be 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in Lee Mission Cemetery under direction of Virgil T. Golden mortu-ary." SJ Jan 19, 1981 2B:5
RIENTS, Alice E.
See: NODINE, Alice E.
d. 25 Jan 1904 D-09-02-04
on marker w/Alice Nodine, Myrtle & Henry Rients
"Reints--At the home of the parents in North Salem, Or., Sunday, January 24, 1904, at 10:45 p.m., Grace M. Reints, aged 8 years, 3 months and 4 days.
Deceased was the daughter of Henry and Myrtle Reints, who reside near the North Salem school. She has a host of young friends in this city who will deeply mourn her early demise and extend their sympathies to the bereaved parents. The funeral services were conducted at the family home at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, by Rev. H.A. Ketchum, and the interment was had in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jan 26, 1904 4:4 died 25 Jan 1904 from scarlet fever per D/C #92
RIENTS, Henry J.
b. 12 Feb 1857
d. 18 Aug 1931 D-09-02-06
on marker w/Grace & Myrtle Rients & Alice Nodine
"Henry J. Reints of Mill City Dies After Illness of 5 Months--Mill City Aug 21--Henry J. Reints died Tuesday at this home in Mill city after an illness of five months.
Mr. Reints was born in Freeport, Il, Feb 12, 1857. He married Myrtle E. Law of Salem, Or. Mrs. Reints died Oct. 10, 1909. November 14, 1912 he married Mrs. Emma Miller of Tangent, Or. at Albany. He was a life long member of the Presbyterian church and was the son of a Presbyterian minister. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Cynthia Reiman of Klofin, Ks, and Mrs. Kate Reiman of Arkansas, two brothers John of Eddyville, Iowa and Walter of Arkansas and a son John of Mill City. There are also five step-children: Mrs. Willard Dunkle of Mill City, Will E. Miller of Newberg, Mrs. Grace Whepley of Los Angeles, Ca., Floyd Miller of Arcadia, Ca. and Mrs. Mary Langston of Medford, Or.
Funeral services were held at the Community Presbyterian church in Mill City Thursday afternoon with interment in Salem. Rev. Clyde Thomas offici-ated." ADH Apr 21, 1931 1:7
RIENTS, Myrtle J.
d. 10 Oct 1909 D-09-02-05
on marker w/Grace & Henry Rients & Alice Nodine
"Pathetic Death of Mother and Daugh-ter--Babe Dies At Mill City Saturday--Mother Follows On Sunday--A peculiarly pathetic story is brought with word from Mill City of the death of Violet, infant daughter of Mrs. Myrtle L. Reints there Saturday and of the death of the mother Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
The mother was the wife of Henry J. Reints and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Law of this city. She was 35 years 11 months and 8 days of age. Besides her husband she leaves two children, Alice age 12 and Walter age 10 years, and a sister, Miss Ethel A. Law. The funeral will be held from Rigdon's undertaking parlors at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Oct 12, 1909 3:6
d. 09 Oct 1909 D-09-02-05
See Obituary for Myrtle Rients.
d/o Henry J. & Myrtle E. (Law) Reints
RIERSON, Etta May
d. 05 Apr 1965 RA-59-03
"Miss Etta May Rierson, 72, 915 24th St. SE, died Monday night at a Salem hospital shortly after suffering an apparent stroke at her home. She was a native of Kansas, but lived most of her life in Missouri until coming here 10 years ago.
Surviving are a brother, Elmer Rierson, Salem, and a sister Elsie Crowley, Enid, Okla.
Arrangements are pending at Howell-Edwards mortuary." OS Apr 6, 1965 13:4
RIERSON, Martha Ann
d. 09 Jan 1944 A-25-01-04
"Martha Ann Rierson at the residence, 1561 Plaza street, West Salem, Sunday, January 9. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Elsie Rice of Fairview, Okla., and Miss Etta Rierson of West Salem; three sons, Will Rierson of Des Moines, Iowa, Joseph B. Rierson of Phoenix, Ariz., and Elmer Rierson of West Salem; a brother, Joseph Pike of Nevada, Mo.; sister, Mrs. Alice Wulf of Bartlett, Kan.; nine grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren. Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick company chapel Wednesday, January 12, at 2 p.m. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 12, 1944 5:1
d. 19 Nov 1966 N/A
b. 16 Apr 1935
d. 03 Aug 1999 RA-14-01
d. Reserved RA-14-02
d. Reserved RA-13-02
RIHA, Alice I. Mason
see Alice I. Mason
RILEY, Susan Cordie
b. 04 May 1884
d. 25 Dec 1906 D-16-04-03
"Riley---At the home of her brother, on Asylum avenue, December 25, 1906, Miss Cordie Riley, aged 23 years, of pneumonia.
She had been ailing since last June and those closest to her have realized for some time that the end was approaching. All through her illness Miss Riley was a patient sufferer. She came here with her mother from Missouri about 14 months ago.
Besides her mother she leaves to mourn her death several brothers and sisters all residing in other states except William F. Riley of this city. The funeral will be held from her late residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock and the interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Dec 27, 1906 4:2
RINEHART, Harvey J.
d. 10 May 1923 D-02-03-07
"Reinhart---At the residence of his brother, T. A. Reinhart, 1653 Center street, early Thursday morning, May 10, Harvey J. Reinhart, 65 years, five months and 14 days of age, the brother of T.A. Reinhart, Salem; O.A. Reinhart of Husum, Wash.; Ellis D. Reinhart of Watsonville, Cal., and S.E. Reinhart of Portland. Funeral services will be held today, Friday at 2 p.m. from Rigdon's mortuary. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 11, 1923 5:3
RINEHART, Lotcy B.
b. 23 May 1864
d. 05 Oct 1935 D-11-01-03
"At the residence, 1427 Fairmount St., Mrs. Lotcy B. Rinehart, Oct. 5, aged 71 years. Survived by widower, W.N. Rinehart of Salem; two sisters and one niece in California. Funeral services from the chapel of Clough-Barrick company Monday, October 7, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Guy L. Drill offici-ating. Interment in Jason Lee cemetery." OS Oct 6, 1935 3:1 nee Lotcy Weaver; b. MO per D/C #750
RINGS, Nancy Sandra
b. 24 Oct 1933
d. 24 Oct 1933 A-44-04-07
d/o Vernon Everrett & Hattie Sadora (May) Rings; lived just 5 hours; premature delivery (6-7 months) per D/C #781
d. 31 Mar 1911 N/A
d. 07 Jan 1929 A-26-03-06
Asleep in Jesus
"Herman Ristow, 64, died January 7 in the residence on route 6. Survived by his widow Bertha, three daughters, Mrs. George Theiss of California, Mrs. William Fenners of North Dakota and Mrs. D.D. Huntley of Salem, and one son, Charles of Astoria. Prayer service Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Clough-Huston company's chapel. Services at 2 p.m. at the German church at 16th and A streets, Rev. Gross officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 9, 1929 5:6
RITACCA, Alex R.
d. 19 Feb 1958 RA-08-04
Christ is my hope
"At the residence, 748 N. 20th St., Salem February 19 at the age of 86 years. Survived by wife, Lillie Ritacca, Salem; sons, Ernest Ritacca, Amity, Ore., Vincent Ritacca, Pamona, Calif.; daughter, Miss Mina Pearl Ritacca, Salem and Mrs. Florence Bringle, Elby, Wash.; 7 grandchildren also survive. Member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Services will be held Monday, February 24th at 1:30 p. m. in the Chapel of the Howell-Edwards Funeral Home. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Feb 21, 1958 33:2
wife m2. John E. Alm and is buried in Lee Mission Cemetery as Lillie E. Alm
d. Reserved RA-08-03
note: buried next to first husband Alm
b. 1836 OH
d. 13 Dec 1910 D-13-03-04
Emanuel Ritchie; d. OSIA from senile grangrene per D/C #3942
RITCHIE, Anna Mae
b. Jun 1902
d. 02 Oct 1972 RA-39-04
on marker w/ William G. Ritchie
"Anna May Ritchey, 70, Otter Rock, a retired nurse and former Salem resident, died Monday at her home.
Born in Idaho, she moved to Otter Rock two years ago from Salem where she had lived 10 years. She was a nurse at Oregon State Hospital and Oregon Tuberculosis Hospital. She was a member of First Christian Church and Oregon Nurses Association.
Surviving are widower William, Otter Rock; daughter Mrs. Barbara Bradley, Salem; son William G., Bangkok, Thailand; mother Mrs. Mary Allen, Spokane, Wash.; brothers Morton Allen, Philadelphia, Pa., and Chester Allen in Alaska; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Services are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Oct 3, 1972 8:4
RITCHEY, Myrna Jo (Robinson)
b. 27 Sep 1938
d. 26 Apr 2011 RA-12-06
"SALEM - "Jo Ritchey " as she liked to be called has moved on to be with her heavenly Father. She moved to Salem from Missoula, Mt. (where she was born) with her parents during WWII. An avid competitor in life, she won her battle against cancer for 385 days and not letting it slow her down. She was a 1956 graduate of South Salem HS and enjoyed her class reunions and classmates. "Mrs. Ritchey" as she was known retired from North Salem HS where she served as a Media Specialist Assistant, enjoying mentoring the many students she supervised.
Jo's dedication to serve others throughout her life filled her heart with joy. She was the PTA President at Richmond Elementary, and began serving Viking Athletics as a member of the Booster Club. She videoed and made highlight films for teams and coaches, worked the ticket booths and a plethora of other things. She was a first woman to serve as a trustee of the Salem Eagles, volunteering for many of those years. The highlight of her bowling career was a 276, Mom always enjoyed social activities. She was an avid golfer among the community at Meadowlawn and served the Ladies' golf Club with her friends.
She was preceded in death by her Father and Mother, Roy and Irene Robinson. She is survived by her brother, Don Robinson and his wife Nancy and family of Salem, her cousin, Judy Little, and her husband Gary and family, of Florence, Mt. whom she loved to visit every summer.
She was a proud mother of three children, Vicki Bash (Salem), Denise Zimmerman (Anchorage AK), Mike Ritchey, (Rogue Valley) and loved to be surrounded by family at holidays including their spouses Cliff Bash, Gary Zimmerman, and Ginny Ritchey as well as her ex-husband Tom Ritchey of Salem and his family.
Jo's family was the treasure of her life and she enjoyed gathering all for special events. She was blessed with five grandchildren and their spouses; Karli Johnson (Robert), Kristi Ledesma (Juan), Kyli Zimmerman (Dan), Tyler Zimmerman and Brian Mahuna, and three great grandchildren; Alexis Ledesma 4, Kaelynn Johnson 3 months, and Aaliyah due in June.
Mom, you hit them long and straight, you enjoy God's grace, and you say hello to everyone for us. We will keep your blessings in our hearts, cherish your memories with our minds, honor your spirit with our everlasting love, and follow your inspiration to serve others. "Jo Ritchey" you inspired all, amazed many, and helped as many as she could.
In lieu of flowers please donate to the Salem Library -a place Mom loved to go and she still has her original Library card from 1950's.
The family is having a "Celebration of Life" at Keizer Elks, 4250 Cherry Ave NE, at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday May 14, 2011. Thank you to Virgil T. Golden Funeral Services for all your support and kindness through our difficult time. [Statesman Journal May 7, 2011]
RITCHIE, William G.
d. 19 May 1982 RA-39-03
on marker w/Anna Mae Ritchie
"Brookings--William `Bill' Ritchie, 89, of 1230 Collis Lane, died Wednesday at home.
Born in Montana, he lived and worked as a logger in Washington for many years. He lived in Salem for 18 years and in Otter Rock for two years. He had lived in Brookings for the past nine years.
Survivors include his wife, Eva; daughters, Mary Jo Grider, Astoria, and Barbara Bradley, Salem; 10 grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren.
Private memorial services will be at his home. Arrangements are under the direction of Litty mortuary here." SJ May 22, 1982 2B:3
b. 04 Nov 1930
d. 16 Apr 1998 RA-08-08
PFC US Army Korea
RITTER, George F.
d. 03 Apr 1927 OLD 215-06
"George F. Ritter died at a local hospital April 3, at the age of 87 years. Survived by three sons and three daughters of Portland. Funeral services were held today at 2 p.m. from the Salem mortuary parlors, with Rev. A.L. Heine in charge. Interment was in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS Apr 5, 1927 5:7
d. 20 Jun 1974 RA-19-08
"Ella Ritzman, 4087 Durbin St. SE, died Thursday in a Salem nursing home. She was 80.
Mrs. Ritzman lived in the Salem area for 15 years.
She is survived by widower Lewis; daughters Mrs. Roy Robinson, Salem, and Mrs. Ellamae Mercer, Missoula, Mont., sons James C. Moore, Yakima, Wash., and Don Moore, Gardnerville, Nev.; sister Mrs. Roxie Brennan, Hebo; brothers Luther and Hampton Deck, Pocatello, Idaho; and 11 grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held at Lee Mission Cemetery, Monday, at 1:30 p.m., with ritualistic services by the Eagles Lodge 2081, under the direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary." OS Jun 22, 1974 31:4
b. 16 Dec 1904
d. 02 Apr 1985 RA-19-07
Sgt US Army World War II
"Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Friday in Lee Mission Cemetery for Lewis Ritzman, 80, of Salem, who died Tuesday.
The casket will be open from 5 to 9 tonight and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the Virgil T. Golden mortuary.
He was born in Keota, Mo., and had lived here 18 years. He was a carpenter, an Army veteran and a member of the Eagles.
Surviving are his stepdaughters, Ella Mae Mercer, Missoula, Mont., and Irene Robinson, Klamath Falls; step-son, Donald Moore, Gardnerville, Nev.; sisters, Amelia Olsen, Seeley Lake, Mont., and Isabelle Webster, Bremerton, Wash.; and brother, Orville, Kalispell, Mont.
Contributions may be made to the Heart Fund, in care of the Eagles Lodge." SJ Apr 4, 1985 2C:4
ROBARTS, Emma Matthews Whealdon
d. 01 Jun 1954 OLD 014-03
"Late resident of 196 Salem Hgts. Ave., at a Dallas nursing home, June 1st. Survived by husband, Walter Robarts. Sons: Rowan Whealdon, North Caldwell, New Jersey, Alfred Whealdon, McMinnville, Ore., Everett Whealdon, Salmon Arm, British Columbia. Foster brother Roland Mills, Portland; 7 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren.
Services will be held in the Virgil T. Golden Chapel Friday, June 4, at 2:30 p.m. Rev. F.C. Stannard will officiate. Interment Jayson Lee cemetery." SJ Jun 4, 1954 III:9:3
b. 19 Nov 1869
d. 12 Aug 1955 OLD 014-04
"Death Takes Ex-Concert Singer Here--Walter Robarts, 85, former concert singer of 3310 Liberty Rd., died Fri-day at home. He lived in Salem six years, coming here from Eagle Rock, Calif.
Born Nov. 19, 1869 in London, England, Robarts lived in Australia, New Zealand, South America and Tahiti and ultimately the United States. He lived in Eagle Rock 16 years before moving here. Robarts also taught singing and speaking.
In Salem he married Mrs. Emma Whealdon, who died a year ago. After her death he lived with Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Smith in whose house he died.
Survivors include three step-sons, Rowan Whealdon, North Caldwell, N.J.; Alfred J. Whealdon, McMinnville; Everett Whealdon, Salmon Arm, British Columbia.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Virgil T. Golden funeral home where the Rev. W. Harold Lyman will officiate. Burial will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Aug 13, 1955 2:5
b. Jun 1895
d. 10 Apr 1896 D-07-01-03
"Roberts--At the home in Fruitland, 4 miles east of Salem, Friday night, April 10, 1896, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Roberts.
The remains will be buried in Lee Mission cemetery today. The bereaved parents were new comers to Marion county, having resided formerly in North River, Washington." DOS Apr 12, 1896 4:5
ROBERTS, Clifford M.
b. Dec 1877
d. 18 Dec 1976 RA-59-11
on marker w/Maude E. Roberts
"Late resident of 815 Shipping St. NE, Sat., Dec. 18, in a local hospital. Survived by sons, Howard R. Roberts, Salem, and Irving C. Roberts, Appleton, Wis.; daughters, Marian Dow and Ruth M. Moyer, both Salem; six grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren. Services Wed., Dec. 22, at 2 p.m. in Rigdon-Ransom Colonial Chapel, Cottage at Chemeketa NE, Rev. Nevitt Smith officiating. Private interment, Lee Mission Cemetery. Casket will be open to friends until 1:00 p.m. Wed." OS Dec 21, 1976 3C:4
d. Jun 1954 N/A
ROBERTS, Hannah (Webster)
b. 1806 Penn
d. 29 Dec 1901 OLD 148-04
wife of William Roberts
on marker w/William Roberts, Hannah & James Wilbur
"Funeral of Mrs. Roberts--Held From the First Methodist Church Yesterday--Laid To Rest By The Side Of Her Late Husband In Lee Mission Cemetery--She Comes from an Historic Family, and Has Been a Resident of the Pacific Northwest for Over a Half Century--Worked with the Early Missionaries of the Methodist Church in Oregon--The funeral service of the late Mrs. Hannah W. Roberts was held yesterday in the First Methodist Episcopal church. It was conducted by the pastor of the church, Rev. John Parsons, D.D., assisted by Rev. D.A. Watters, the Presiding Elder, Rev. Wm. Robert Winans, the Sunday school missionary, who was named for the late Dr. Roberts, was one of the pall bearers. The following memorial sketch of the deceased was prepared and read by Dr. John Parsons.
Hannah W. Roberts--Hannah Webster was born in Philadelphia, PA., in the first decade of the last century, probably 1807, and she died in Salem, Or., December 29, 1901. On her mother's side she descended from a family of French Quakers, and on her father's side from an English family, who came to America in the early settlement of the country. One of her uncles was an officer in the army of the Revolution, and Lafayette came to see him when he revisited America in 1824. She grew to womanhood in the family of a wealthy relative, and in the midst of polite society.
At the age of 15 she was converted and joined the Methodist Episcopal church. She was married to the late Rev. Wm. Roberts, D.D., April 12, 1836. He was a prominent young minister at that time in the city of Philadelphia, and in his appointments he ranked with the Rev. George Cookman, D.D., one of the most eloquent ministers of the Methodist church in that day. But after thirteen years of active work in the ministry he was selected by the Bishops of the M.E. church for the office of superintendent of the Oregon Mission.
The mission was planted by Jason Lee in 1834, just thirteen years before Wm. Roberts arrived in Oregon. They sailed from New York November 27, 1846, and they arrived in Portland June 28, 1847, being seven months on the sea. Besides Dr. and Mrs. Roberts the mission party consisted of Rev. Jas. H. and Mrs. Wilbur and three children, two belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, and one to the Wilburs.
Since June, 1847, Mrs. Roberts has lived in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Her husband, Dr. Wm. Roberts, died in Dayton, Or., August 22, 1888, a little over thirteen years ago; and the Wilburs died a few months before. They are all buried in the same lot in Lee Mission cemetery, and the same monument marks their graves. In life they were united, and in death they are not divided. Mrs. Roberts died of old age. Gradually the tide of life ebbed away, and she became less and less equal to its cares, but though old in body she was always young in spirit, and she looked into eternity with a confidence inspired by God.
Though for some time she was almost blind, and entirely unable to read, the words of scripture were printed on her mind, and in them she found the bread of life and the water of life. It cannot be said of her that she was in a straight betwixt two, for she desired to depart and be with Christ, and when the day of her departure came she was ready. Decay of body, however, was greater than decay of faculty, for her mental vigor was fresh and strong almost to the last. About two years ago she told me she wanted the following inscription over her grave: `Hannah W. Roberts, Wife of Rev. Wm. Roberts, Aged 94 Years, Departed This Life in Peace.'" OS Jan 2, 1902 6:1
ROBERTS, Harry E.
d. 03 Dec 1954 D-07-01-04
on marker w/Mary L. Roberts
d. 03 Dec 1954 in Camas, Clark Co, WA per WA Death Index; reinterred Feb 24, 1955 in Lee Mission per Record of Interment #1860
ROBERTS, Irving Clifford
b. 26 Aug 1899
d. 25 Jan 1982 RA-59-09
"Irving C. Roberts, 82, of Appleton, Wis., formerly a resident of Salem, died Monday in Appleton.
Born in Brooklyn, Wash., he graduated from Salem High School and Oregon State University. He moved to Wisconsin in the early 1930s.
He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, a board member of Fox Valley Sheltered Workshop, Elks and Masonic lodges and Rotary Club, and a past president of the Appleton YMCA.
Survivors include his wife, Dorothy, Appleton; son, Richard I., Park Ridge, Ill.; sisters, Marian Dow and Ruth Moyer, both of Salem; three grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery.
The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1940 McGilchrist St. SE, Salem, Ore. 97302." SJ Jan 27, 1982 10:3
ROBERTS, Mary Luella
d. 10 Jun 1931 D-07-01-05
on marker w/Harry E. Roberts
"Roberts Funeral Will Be In Salem--Mrs. Mary Luella Roberts, 60, who lived in Salem for 15 years and was a member of Jason Lee Memorial M.E. church, died at Crescent City, Cal., Wednesday.
The remains are to be brought to Salem for funeral services, which will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel, with Rev. Hugh B. Fouke, pastor of Jason Lee, officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery.
Mrs. Roberts is survived by the widower, H.E. Roberts of Camas, Wash.; one daughter, Mrs. I.L. Draper of Camas; one brother, H.W. McNeal of Aumsville, and one grandson, Boyd Draper." OS Jun 13, 1931 5:4
ROBERTS, Maude Etta
b. Feb 1880
d. 09 Apr 1976 RA-59-12
on marker w/Clifford M. Roberts
"Maude Etta Roberts, 96, of 815 Shipping St., NE, died Friday in a Salem hospital.
Born in California, she was a longtime resident of Salem.
Survivors include widower Clifford M.; sons Howard R., Salem, and Irving C., Appleton, Wis.; daughters Marion W. Dow and Ruth M. Moyer, both of Salem; brothers Raymond Howard and Richard Howard, both of Seattle; sisters Neva Roberts and Lena Vanderpool, both of Montesano, Wash.; six grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be 3 p.m. Sunday at Jason Lee Methodist Church. Private interment will be Monday at Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. The family suggests contributions to Methodist Women's Society of Jason Lee Church." SJ Apr 10, 1976 1D:5
b. Nov 1869 OR
d. 14 Apr 1949 Marion County, OR C-46-02-01
s/o James Samuel Roberts and Mahala Emmaline Prow
Record of Interment #1633
"Samuel Roberts, late resident of Aurora, in this city, April 14 at the age of 81 years. Survived by brother, John Roberts, Jennings Lodge; nephew, John Roberts, jr., Jennings Lodge; niece, Jeannette Cook, Patterson, Idaho. Graveside services will be held Friday, April 15 at 3 p.m. in the Lee Mission cemetery with the Rev. Brooks Moore officiating. Direction by W.T. Rigdon company." OS Apr 15, 1949 6:3
ROBERTS, William Rev.
b. 28 Mar 1812 Burlington, NJ
d. 22 Aug 1888 OLD 148-05
I have fought a good fight,
I have finished my course,
I have kept the faith.
on marker w/Hannah Roberts, James & Lucretia Wilbur
"Roberts---At Dayton, Yamhill county, Oregon, On Tuesday, August 21, 1888, Rev. William Roberts.
Deceased was aged about 75 years and was a pioneer missionary. He came to Oregon in company with Father Wilbur in 1847, and was superintendent of Lee Mission up to 1853, being the third person who had charge of the mission. He has been connected with the Oregon conference of the Methodist church ever since, with the exception of about two years, spent in missionary work in Idaho. He was one of the original incorporators of Willamette University under the territorial law establishing it. The last conference of his church stationed him at Dayton, and his year's work would have expired about the last of this month. When Father Wilbur, who recently died at Walla Walla, bought his lot in the Lee Mission cemetery he gave one half of it to the deceased, saying that, as they had come to this country together on the same ship, and had labored together since, they should be buried side by side. Accordingly, the remains will be conveyed from Dayton today, and the funeral services will be held at the Methodist church at 2 o'clock this (Thursday) afternoon, and thence the cortege will proceed to the grave. Rev. Drs. Harrington and Doane are expected to officiate." DOS Aug 23, 1888 3:3
ROBERTS, Wilma Ingalls
b. 15 Sep 1902
d. 26 Nov 1962 RA-59-10
"Burial services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in Lee Mission Cemetery for Mrs. Wilma Ingalls Roberts, former Salem resident who died at the age of 60 Monday at Appleton, Wis.
She had been ill for some time.
Mrs. Roberts was born in Indiana but came to Oregon at the age of 5 with her parents. Her father was a Methodist minister. She attended grade schools in Salem and Portland and graduated from Amity High School.
She attended Oregon State College. She and her husband, Irving C. Roberts, lived at Portland from 1923 to 1930, then at Berkeley, Calif., and Owen, Wis., before moving to Appleton in 1944.
Besides the widower, she leaves one son, Irving Richard Roberts, Parkridge, Ill., and one sister, Hortense Ingalls Manning, Pasadena, Calif.
Funeral service will be today at Appleton. W.T. Rigdon mortuary is in charge of the burial here." OS Nov 28, 1962 5:3
d. Reserved RC-12-01
d. 25 Feb 1896 OLD 114-02
"Robinson--At the Salem hospital, on Tuesday night, Feb. 25, 1896, Mrs. M. Robinson, aged 63 years.
Deceased became an inmate of the hospital about the 20th of January, as she was suffering with senile gangrene in the right leg, and a surgical operation was deemed necessary. On the 23d of the same month the diseased member was amputated at the knee. She stood the operation well and was considered as doing nicely until a reaction set in which caused another amputation and this resulted in her death.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon in Olinger & Rigdon's undertaking parlors, Rev. J. Bowersox officiating and the remains are to be buried in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Feb 27, 1896 5:4
ROBINSON, Mary Irene
b. 07 Jun 1916
d. 21 Jan 1998 RA-12-05
m'd Dec 26, 1936
on marker w/Roy Ralph Robinson
d. Reserved RC-12-01
ROBINSON, Roy Ralph
b. 28 Sep 1914
d. 05 Jul 1990 RA-12-05
m'd Dec 26, 1936
on marker w/Mary Irene Robinson
"Services for Roy Ralph Robinson, 75, of Salem, who died July 5 at Salem Hospital, will begin at 2 p.m. Thursday in Rigdon-Ransom mortuary.
He was born in Aberdeen, S.D., and was raised in East Missoula, Mont. He came to Salem in 1941 and worked in the shipyards and for Thomas Kay Woolen Mill. He later worked for Ferguson-Paulus Amusement Co. in Salem until moving to Klamath Falls in 1964. He returned to Salem in 1987.
He married Irene Moore on Dec. 26, 1936. He was a member of the Eagles lodges in Salem and Klamath Falls, and he enjoyed dancing and playing the banjo and guitar.
Survivors include his wife; daughter, Jo Ritchey, and son, Donald H., both of Salem; brother Lyle D. "Tiny" of Roseburg; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Visiting will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary. Private interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Jul 8, 1990 2B:5
ROBINSON, Walter S.
d. 28 Feb 1944 C-47-01-06
Interment Record #1496
"Walter S. Robinson, 81, late resi-dent of Port Orford, Ore., passed away in this city February 28. Survived by his wife, Laura Robinson of Molalla, Ore.; one son, William Robinson of Port Orford; two daughters, Mrs. John Julian of Portland and Mrs. Hazel Christensen of San Diego, Calif.; one brother, William Robinson of Port Orford; one sister, Mrs. Nettie Fenton of Rochester, Minn. He was a member of IOOF. Services will be held Thurs-day, March 2, at 10 o'clock in the Edwards-Terwilliger chapel, Rev. W.W. Hess officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Mar 1, 1944 5:1
ROBLIN, Finly Port
b. 28 Oct 1829
d. 20 Dec 1911 D-03-02-02
"Roblin--At the family home, 737 Center street, Wednesday, December 20, 1911, at 5 a.m., Finley P. Roblin, age 82 years.
He leaves a wife and three children. Mr. Roblin was born in Ontario, Canada, and was married at Picton, Ontario, fifty-three years ago. He and his wife have lived in Oregon for the past twenty-three years. The children--Mrs. R. McKiechan of Winnipeg, Mrs. Floyd Field of Atlanta, Ga., and Charles E. Roblin of Yuma, Ariz.--will not be able to attend the funeral, which will be held from the residence at 1:30 o'clock Friday." DOS Dec 21, 1911 7:3 s/o J.P. & Nancy (Cowger) Roblin per D/C #3695
ROCHA-TORRES, Rosa Maria
d. 11 Jan 2019 RC-47-03
d. 19 Jun 2018 RC-47-04
ROCKHILL, Effie Jane
b. 21 May 1887
d. 14 Jan 1940 D-24-02-05
"In this city Sunday, January 14, Effie Jane Rockhill, aged 52 years. Wife of Joseph H. Rockhill and mother of Charles H. Rockhill of The Dalles and Cora May Rockhill of Salem; daughter of Truman H. Ide and sister of Jennie L. Ide and Jessie D. Givens, all of Salem. Funeral services will be held in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company Tuesday, January 16; at 3 p.m. Rev. H.C. Stover officiating. Concluding services in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jan 16, 1940 5:1
ROCKHILL, Enetta Alice
d. 02 Dec 1919 D-24-02-08
on marker w/Henry Leslie Rockhill
"Rockhill Funeral Today--The funeral of the late Mrs. Anetta Rockhill of Eugene who died at a local hospital December 2 will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Webb & Clough chapel. Rev. H.C. Stover will conduct the services and the burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery. Mrs. Rockhill is survived by the following children: C.A. Rockhill of Amity, Walter L. and Harry M. of Springfield, Colo., James H. of Salem, Mrs. Grace Riley of Salem, Mrs. Ralph Schindler of Corval-lis, Mrs. Clifford Parker of Dallas, and F.E. Rockhill of Eugene." OS Dec 4, 1919 5:2-3
ROCKHILL, Henry Leslie
d. 23 Feb 1916 D-24-02-07
on marker w/Enetta Alice Rockhill
"Rockhill--At the family residence, 1334 Ferry street, Wednesday, February 23, 1916, Henry Leslie Rockhill, aged 64 years.
He was a carpenter by trade. Surviving him are his widow, five sons and three daughters. The sons are C.A. Rockhill, Grand Island, Or.; Walter L. Rockhill, Springfield, Colo.; Harry M. Rockhill, Hartford, Kas.; J.H. Rockhill, Walla Walla, Wash.; Fred Rockhill, Salem. The daughters are Mrs. Grace Herholt, Miss Pearl Rockhill and Miss Myrtle Rockhill, all of Salem.
The funeral will be held today at 2 o'clock from the residence. The casket will not be opened at the home, but friends are invited to view the remains at the establishment of Webb & Clough, until 12 o'clock. Rev. H.C. Stover will officiate at the services and burial will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Feb 24, 1916 5:5
d. 07 Feb 1949 D-31-01-05
"Walter Leslie Rockhill late resident of Sweet Home, at Lebanon, February 7, at age 71 years. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Jasper Wheeler, Sweet Home; brother Fred Rockhill, Seattle, Harry Rockhill, Hartford, Kans.; sisters, Mrs. Ralph Schindler, Corvallis, and Mrs. Clifford Parker, Salem; also seven grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday February 10, at 3 p.m. in the W.T. Rigdon chapel with the Rev. Brooks Moore officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Feb 8, 1949 10:4
RODRIGUEZ, Charlyn Castro
b. 06 May 1992 Portland, Oregon
d. 18 Dec 1993 Brooks, Oregon C-43-07-14
Our Beloved Daughter
"Woodburn--Charlyn Castro Rodriguez, infant daughter of Humberto and Lourdes Rodriguez, died Saturday near Brooks of injuries from an auto accident.
She was born in Portland. Survivors include her parents; brother, Robby Ray of Woodburn; and grandparents, Lucy and Rufino Reyna of Salem, Rosalio Rodriguez of Woodburn and Lorenza Ramirez of Los Angeles.
Visiting will be from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday in Barrick mortuary, Salem. Mass will be said at 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Salem. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." SJ Dec 22, 1993 4B:2
RODROIGUEZ, Pedro Maciel
d. 26 Apr 2019 RC-09-06
buried May 2, 2019
ROJO, Vincente Brojo
d. 27 Feb 1960 RA-57-06
"Late resident of 650 Locust street in this city February 27, at the age of 70 years. Recitation of Rosary will be said Wednesday Mar. 2nd at 8:00 p.m. in the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon Co. Requiem Mass will be Thursday Mar. 3rd at 9 a.m. at St. Vincent's Catholic Church. Concluding services at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Mar 1, 1960 5:1
b. 01 Mar 1906
d. 08 Mar 1906 D-27-01-01
ROONEY, Martha Wedel Sister
b. 20 Aug 1886
d. 25 Feb 1930 C-20-04-07
"Sister Martha of Deaconess Passes--Death Strikes Sudden Taking Staff Member of Local Hospital--Sister Martha Rooney, who has been associated with her father, F.B. Wedel, and sisters at the Deaconess hospital since coming to Salem in 1916, died quite suddenly about 7:30 o'clock last night. Sister Martha had mentioned yesterday afternoon that she felt none to well, but showed signs of no serious illness until about 6:30 o'clock last evening, only an hour before she passed away.
Funeral arrangements are being held up pending word from an uncle and aunt in Kansas.
Martha Wedel was born in Marion county, Kansas, August 20, 1886. She attended school in Marion county, Kansas, and later Bethel college at Newton, Kansas. After finishing college, she taught for several years in Kansas and Idaho, after this taking her nurses training at Beatrice, Nebr. She took her final training in nursing at American Falls, Idaho, where she was consecrated a deaconess.
She came to Salem in 1916 with her father and Sister Marie, who died a year ago, and Sister Anna who is also with the hospital. In 1919 she was married to Rev. Fred Rooney, but since that time she has assisted as the hospital as occasion demanded. She had always been a favorite with the patients there, and none kindnesses more than they. A small son died about six years ago.
Besides her widower, her father and Sister Anna, she is survived by two daughters and a son: Hilda, Alma and Waldo; also by the following other brothers and sisters: F.F. Wedel and Ben F. Wedel of Salem and Mrs. Eliza-beth Schrag of Soap Lake, Wash." OS Feb 26, 1930 1:5
ROONEY, Walter Herman
b. 02 Sep 1922
d. 14 Jan 1924 C-20-04-08
"A double funeral for two babies who died Monday, Jan. 14, 1924, at the Deaconess hospital within 20 minutes of each other, was held from the hospital chapel at two o'clock this afternoon. Walter Herman Rooney, one year, four months and 12 days old, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rooney, and Joy Grace White, one month's and 12 days old, the youngest baby adopted by the hospital, were the babies. The latter died of influenza at four o'clock p.m. Monday and the other at 4:20 p.m. Mrs. Rooney is a daughter of F.M. Wedel, head of the Deaconess hospital. Interment was made in the Lee Mission cemetery." CJ Jan 16, 1924 7:8 s/o Fred & Martha (Wedel) Rooney per D/C #47
ROORK, Carrie E.
d. 17 May 1895 OLD 137-05
"Roork---At the Portland hospital, Friday, May 17, 1895, Mrs. G.W. Roork.
The remains were brought to Salem last evening and taken to the residence of Mrs. J.H. Roork on south High street. Today they will be interred in Lee Mission cemetery after funeral services conducted at the First M.E. church at 3 p.m. by Rev. G.W. Grannis.
Deceased had been a sufferer for several months and a few weeks ago was taken to the hospital where she could be given the best of skilled treatment. An operation was performed on her for abscess of the stomach and she showed signs of improvement, but a relapse caused her demise at the time heretofore mentioned." DOS May 19, 1895 5:4
ROORK, Eveline Herrick
d. 01 Apr 1889 OLD 137-04
"Roork--At her residence in this city, on Monday, April 1st, at 8 o'clock a.m., Mrs. J.H. Roork, aged 71 years.
The funeral will take place from the residence today at 2 o'clock, and the remains be buried in the Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Apr 2, 1889 4:3
ROORK, George H. Rev.
b. 15 Feb 1830
d. 02 Jun 1904 OLD 137-06
"Last Summons--Rev. George H. Roork, Called Home After Long And Useful Life--After Crossing the Plains in 1854, Entered the Ministry of M.E. Church And Spent Remainder of His Life Working for Others--Left Monument of Good Deeds--Rev. G.H. Roork, who is well known in Salem, died at his home in Lostine, Wallowa county, Oregon, on Thursday, June 2, 1904, aged 74 years, 4 months after an illness of two weeks, suffering from a complication of diseases, including heart trouble, stomach trouble and la grippe.
The remains arrived in Salem last evening, accompanied by Mrs. Roork, and were taken to W.T. Rigdon's undertaking parlors, where they will lie until this afternoon, which funeral services will be held at the First M.E. church at 3 o'clock, conducted by Rev. T.L. Jones of Amity, an old pioneer Methodist minister and friend of the family. Interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery, the remains to be consigned to a resting place beside those of his deceased wife.
Rev. George H. Roork was born in Meigs county, Tennessee, February 15, 1830. In 1854 he crossed the plains with an oxteam, coming direct to Oregon, where in 1864 he was married to Miss Carrie E. Lee, who died May 16, 1896. On June 20, 1896, he was again married to Miss Rebecca E. Woods, who survives him. He also leaves one brother, Charles of Pendleton, and two nieces, Mrs. J.D. Lee of Portland, and Mrs. L. Abrams, of Lincoln.
The history of the life of this old pioneer is one continued story of usefulness, giving up his life and devoting his energies in working for the welfare of his fellowmen. In 1855 he joined the Methodist Conference of Oregon, and immediately began preaching the gospel, which he continued with unvaried activity and power until 1873, when, on account of ill health, he was placed on the superannuated list. Again from 1887 to 1892 he occupied the pulpit. Probably few men in Oregon have done a greater work or brought more souls to accept Christianity than Rev. George Roork, and the memory of his works will ever remain fresh in the minds of the present generation on many of the most important changes of the Methodist church in Oregon. Of wealth, he has accumulated none, but there are few whose lives have been more successful in the finest sense of the word or whose works will be more lasting than the deceased. That respected citizen and business man of Salem, the late John Roork, who did so much for Willamette University, his last act being the construction of the new gymnasium, was a brother of the deceased.
On May 14 he contracted a cold while working in the garden at his little home in Lostine, and steadily sank, the fatal disease, heart trouble, slowly fastening its grip on his reduced vitality until the end came last Thursday." DOS Jun 5, 1904 1:2
ROORK, John H.
b. 20 Jan 1826
d. 18 Feb 1895 OLD 137-03
He hath entered into rest
"Rev. J.H. Roork Dead--Passes Away Suddenly Yesterday Morning--After an Illness of One Week's Duration--Was an Active Worker in the Methodist Church--One week ago yesterday Rev. J.H. Roork of this city was suddenly taken ill with neuralgia of the heart while going to his home on south High street about the noon hour. The attack came on when near the residence of Dr. J. Reynolds on Ferry and High streets and by the aid of passersby he was taken to the physician's home where medi-cines were administered to relieve him of his sufferings. Later during the day the reverend gentleman was taken to his home. Since that time his condition changed for the better and yesterday morning he was so far recovered as to sit up and assist in dressing himself. He partook of a substantial meal and afterwards prepared to pass the remainder of the day in a quiet manner at his beautiful home which overlooks the capital city from the summit of Edes' hill.
Suddenly he complained of severe pain in his left side and before relief could be administered his spirit took its flight and at 10:45 o'clock he lay a corpse.
The news of Rev. Roork's sudden demise quickly spread over the city and there were expressions of profound regret on every hand as well as great surprise, but few having known that he had been ill.
His brother, Rev. G.W. Roork, residing about two miles southeast of Salem, last saw him Saturday, when he appeared as though in a condition to soon be out and at his office in Willamette university, of which institu-tion he was serving as financial agent. The brother was in Salem again yesterday, having driven direct to the business center and it was a terrible shock for him to learn of the sad news while engaged in doing some trading at one of the stores.
J.H. Roork was a native of Tennessee and was born on the 20th of January, 1826. In the month of October of his twenty-first year he and Latitia Witten were united in wedlock in that state. They lived together about eighteen months when death claimed the wife, she leaving her husband with a young child to mourn her taking away. A short time afterwards the child died and Mr. Roork, in order to seek relief from his great affliction, emigrated to California, where he remained about ten years and took unto himself a second wife in the person Eveline Herrick. While in that state he com-menced the ministry in the Methodist church. In the fall of 1861 himself and wife concluded to move to Oregon, coming direct to Salem, where he has since remained a portion of his time being devoted as a pastor in several places in this district. During his early days here he pursued various vocations, such as the sash and door business, carpentering, etc. He, with his brother-in-law, G.E. Witten, erected a flour and sawmill in South Salem.
Rev. Roork was also the principal worker in the gathering of funds for the erection of the South Salem M.E. church in 1870.
He served a term as agent at the Klamath Indian reservation.
As a worker for the interests of the First Methodist church in Salem, Rev. Roork was untiring in his efforts. In the most unpleasant and discouraging conditions in the erection of the present beautiful brick edifice Rev. Roork was requested to undertake the work of raising the debt and if possi-ble complete the structure. When he took the work in charge at the request of the annual conference there was a debt of $17,000 hanging over the building. Mr. Roork had been connected with the affairs of Willamette university for two years previous and had signalized his labors with great discretion in the management of its financial affairs. When he assumed the difficult taks of clearing the church of its debt he did not trust in his own strong arm. His first progressive step was to call together the brethren at the old wooden church where he conducted a prayer meeting, at the close of which he exacted from them a pledge that they should not be impatient at solicitation for money. Notwithstanding this pledge given in all sincerity, it took a week of real labor to get ten of the brethren to sign a note for a loan of $1,000 to relieve the church from the attach-ments hanging over it. By what further skillful manouvering Rev. Roork engineered his work is not recorded. In the two following years the old debts were cancelled and some $6,000 more expended in enclosing the church, furnishing the basement, and in building a parsonage.
In 1893 Rev. Roork was chosen to act as financial agent of Willamette university and again in 1894 he was requested to serve in that official position. It was through his business activity that the fine large gymnasium situated on the eastern portion of the university campus, was erected.
In April, 1884, Rev. Roork's second wife died, and on August 3, 1890, he again married, this time Mrs. Betsy Levar of Coos county, being the one who decided to share his life. She with two brothers and a sister--Rev. G.W. Roork of Salem, C.R. Roork of Pendleton, and Mrs. J.E. Witten of Lincoln--survive him, together with numerous distant relatives.
He was one of the early members of Salem lodge No. 4, A.F. & A.M. At the funeral of the late ex-Governor Chadwick he presided as chaplain for that order.
The funeral will be held at the Methodist church tomorrow, the hour not yet having been decided on." OS Feb 19, 1895 4:4-5 w/photo
b. 20 Oct 1900
d. 24 Oct 1945 A-27-02-06
"In the city, October 24, Imogene Rorex, late resident of 695 South 19th st., Salem, at age of 45 years. Wife of James A. Rorex. Mother of Mrs. John F. Hardy of Salem, Robert Reed, route 2, Dallas; Edward Reed, Lakeside, Ariz. Sister of Mrs. Joe Laughlin, Kimberly, Ida., Mrs. W. Boylston, Robeline, Ala.; three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday, October 29, at 1:30 p.m., from the W.T. Rigdon chapel with Rev. Dudley Strain officiating. Interment in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 27, 1945 5:1 b. LA; d/o ? Prothro & ? (Winthrop) Prothro; w/o James A. Rorex; cafe operator per D/C #653
ROREX, James A.
b. 23 Aug 1877
d. 16 May 1959 A-27-02-07
"May 17th. Father of Mrs. John Hardy, Eugene. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, May 20th at 3:00 p.m. at Lee Mission Cemetery. Rev. Earl Sample will officiate. Services will be under the direction of the W.T. Rigdon Co." OS May 19, 1959 5:2
b. 15 Aug 1959
d. 06 Apr 2009 RC-12-15
"Filiberta Rosales-Marquez August 15, 1959 - April 6, 2009 SALEM - In loving memory of Mama Filiberta, services will be at 5 p.m. today at Jason Lee Cemetery, 2104 D Street, Salem. Arrangements by Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service." [Statesman Journal April 10, 2009]
See: LACEY, Hazel Rose
ROSE, Infant Girl
d. 23 Jan 1953 C-43-04-16
Interment Record #1802
Howell-Edwards-Doerksen funeral record #109; stillborn; d/o Morris M. & Everna Esther (Rife) Rose per
ROSE, John Gilbert
d. 19 Aug 1949 C-46-02-11
Interment Record #1657
"John Gilbert Rose, at the residence at 160 Union st., August 19 at the age of 71 years. Private services were held Saturday under direction of the Howell-Edwards chapel with interment at Lee Mission cemetery." OS Aug 21, 1949 15:2
ROSE, Nancy Ann
b. 30 Jul 1805
d. 12 May 1893 OLD164-04
"Rose--At the residence of her grandson, W.F. Brown, in North Salem, Friday, May 12, 1893, from old age, Nancy Ann Rose, aged 87 years and 10 months.
Mrs. Rose at the time of her death was one of Salem's oldest lady residents.
Mrs. Nancy Ann Rose was a native of Halifax county, Virginia and was born there July 30, 1805. She married D.F. Green in that county when she was only 18. Her maiden name was Drummonds. She then lived successively in Roan county, Tenn., and in Crawford county, Arkansas. In 1868 she came to Salem and lived for a time with her son-in-law, Wm Patty, near the Little Central school house. She was married twice and had nine children by her first husband. Those living are Mrs. S.D. Brown, of North Salem, L. Green, of Long Creek, Eastern Oregon, and Mrs. Sarah E. Howlen, of Eastern Oregon. She has over 150 grand, great-grand, and great-great-grandchildren.
The funeral services will be held at the residence at 10 a.m. today and the remains will be interred in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 13, 1893 4:4
ROSEBERRY, Arden Marie
d. 27 Nov 1980 RA-48-12
Wife & mother
on marker w/George G. Roseberry
"Arden Marie Roseberry, 81, Capital Manor, died Thursday in a Bend medical center.
A magna cum laude graduate of Wesleyan University, Salina, Kan., she was a Salem resident 15 years. She was a member of PEO Chapter G and United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Dr. George Roseberry; daughters, Coralie Van Horn, Lake Oswego, and Elois Arden Jewell, Bend; sister, Merle Thorne, Coffeyville, Kan.; brother, Jewel A. Wrench, Billings, Mont.; six grand-children.
Memorial services will be 4 p.m. tomorrow in Jason Lee Methodist Church, with Mrs. Roseberry's sons-in-law, the Rev. Paul Jewell and the Rev. Ralph E. Van Horn, officiating. Visitation will be 1 p.m. Monday in Virgil T. Golden mortuary, with private graveside services at 2 p.m. in Jason Lee Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to Jason Lee Methodist Church memorial fund. Arrangements are under the direction of Niswonger-Reynolds mortuary, Bend." SJ Nov 29, 1980 2B:4
d. 04 Oct 1917 A-42-04-02
"Roseberry--In Salem, Thursday, October 4, 1917, Mrs. Eupha Roseberry. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the chapel of Webb & Clough. Rev. Carl H. Elliott will conduct the service and burial will be held in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 6, 1917 5:4 d/o William Crooks per D/C #435
ROSEBERRY, Eva G.
ROSEBERRY, George Graham Rev.
b. 01 Dec 1898
d. 01 Jul 1988 RA-48-11
on marker w/Arden M. Roseberry
"The Rev. George G. Roseberry, 89, of Salem died Friday in Salem.
He was born in Ellsworth, Kan., and graduated from Garrett Theological Seminary in Evanston, Ill. He served in the ministry 40 years, working in various Idaho and Oregon churches until retiring in 1965 from First United Methodist Church in Medford. He founded two churches in Salem in the 1950s: Trinity United Methodist Church and Morningside United Methodist Church.
He married Arden Marie Wrench in 1926. She died in 1980 at age 81.
He had been a member of the Boy Scouts for at least 45 years and was a member of the board of trustees of Willamette University. He was a resident of Capital Manor.
Survivors include his daughters, Elois Arden Jewell of Salem, and Coralie Van Horn of Lake Oswego.
Memorial services will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday at Trinity United Method-ist Church, 590 Elma St. SE. Private interment will be at Lee Mission Cemetery. Virgil T. Golden mortuary is handling arrangements.
Contributions may be made to the church memorial fund." SJ Jul 7, 1988 2B:5
ROSS, Alice Jeanette
b. 17 Aug 1922
d. 22 Aug 1922 D-26-02-04
"Burial services for Alice Bernice Ross, six day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Ross, who died yesterday morning were held today. The mother is getting along nicely." CJ Aug 23, 1922 5:1 d/o Kirby S. & Madaline A. (Nelson) Ross per D/C #609
ROSS, Henry Leland
d. 06 Oct 1968 RA-47-03
"Henry Leland Ross, 82, 349 17th St. SE, died Sunday at his home.
He was born in Wheatland and had lived in the Salem area all his life. He worked for 30 years as a salesman for Cherry City Bakery, retiring in 1950.
Surviving are the widow Minnie; daughter Mrs. Maxine Kinnan, Salem; sister Mrs. Gladys Mote, Demming, Wash.; brothers John, Oregon City, and Elmer, Astoria; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Services will be 3 p.m. Wednesday in Howell-Edwards mortuary, Rev. Loren Miller officiating. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Oct 7, 1968 19:3
ROSS, Minnie B.
d. 16 Apr 1976 RA-47-02
"Minnie Blanche Ross, 84, of 349 17th St. SE, died Friday at a Salem nursing home.
She was born in Gervais and moved to Salem at the age of 13, living her entire life in the Mid-Willamette Valley. She was a charter member of the First Church of the Nazarene.
Survivors include a daughter, Maxine Kinnan, Portland; brother, Calvin Lightfoot, Salem; three grandsons and four great-grandchildren.
Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, with interment at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Apr 18, 1976 2D:1
d. 06 Mar 1907 A-38-04-06
"Roth--At her home on North Summer street, Salem, Oregon, Wednesday, March 6, 1907, at 11:55 p.m., Mrs. Anna Roth, aged 70 years, 11 months and 14 days of pneumonia, after an illness of five days.
The deceased was born in Canton Berne, Switzerland, on March 20, 1836. After coming to America the family resided for some time in Kansas, and seventeen years ago moved to Oregon, locating in this city, where they have since made their home. Mrs. Roth was the mother of twelve children, all of whom survive her. Her husband, John Roth, died in this city about twelve years ago.
The surviving children are John Roth of Whitewater, Kan.; William R., E.J., Theodore and Charles Roth and Mrs. Fred Stettler, Mrs. Mary Broer, Mrs. Christ Rich, Mrs. J. Wenger and Mrs. L.H. Barnett of this city. John Roth is expected to arrive in this city today.
Mrs. Roth is also survived by thirty-seven grandchildren.
The funeral arrangements will be announced later." DOS Mar 7, 1907 6:3 d/o John & Anna Ramseyer per D/C #3136
ROTH, Carleton Leonard
b. 19 Aug 1909
d. 09 May 1975 RA-22-09
MSgt US Army
on marker w/Marcelle S. Roth
"Carleton Leonard Roth, 65, 578 23rd St. NE, died Friday in a local hospital.
He retired from West Coast Grocery Co. in 1972. He was a member of the Oregon National Guard Reserves, Masons, Lions and Elks.
He was born in Salem and lived here all his life.
Survivors include widow Marcella; sons Paul and Alan, Salem, and Stephen; brother Edward, Salem; sister Alice Pratt, Salem; four grandchildren.
Services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Rigdon-Ransom Cemetery, interment in Lee Mission cemetery. Contributions are suggested by the family to the Cancer Fund." OS May 11, 1975 21:3
ROTH, Elizabeth L.
b. 09 Sep 1902
d. 23 Jun 1984 A-40-01-02
on marker w/Mary F. Glavin
"Roth--Elizabeth L., mother of Betty Hamilton of Salem; Audrey Staats, Longview, Wa.; 7 grandchildren; sister of Mabel Ferraro, Florida; preceeded in death by Mary Glavin, her youngest daughter. Services Tuesday, 10 am, at Hillside Chapel, Oregon City, Rev. Thomas W. Park officiating. Pioneer Chapter No. 28, OES, participating. Private interment Jason Lee Cemetery, Salem, Or. Mrs. Roth was a member of Pioneer Chapter No 28, OES, Kellogg Court No. 29, Order of the Amaranth, WWII Auxiliary, John McLoughlin Barracks and St. Paul Episcopal Church." Oreg Jun 25, 1984 13:5
ROTH, Fred A.
d. 10 May 1915 A-40-01-08
"Roth--At his late residence in Portland, May 10, Frederick A. Roth, aged 25 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Roth of Eugene.
The parents of Mr. Roth formerly lived in Salem, moving from here about eight years ago, and are related to the Roth families of this city. Other relatives live in Pratum. The young man, who was unmarried, was employed as an engineer on the Southern Pacific railroad. About three weeks ago he accidentally received a 600 volt electric shock and went to Portland for treatment. Fred Roth was born in Salem and attended the grammar grade here.
The funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 p.m. from the chapel of Rigdon & Richardson. Rev. W.H. Davis of Eugene will officiate. Interment will be in the Lee Mission cemetery." OS May 12, 1915 5:6
ROTH, Fred Ed
d. 24 Jan 1889 OLD 232-05
"In Parrish's addition, East Salem, on Friday, January 25, 1889, Fred Roth, aged 18 years, from blood poisoning." WOS Feb 1, 1889 8:3 b. Switzerland
b. 04 Feb 1865
d. 21 Jul 1932 C-22-01-07
Interment Record #1286
"In this city, July 21, Gottlieb Roth, former resident of route 1, Salem. Survived by the following children: Mrs. Ivy M. McClane of Portland, Mrs. Vera E. Bartell of Salem and Elmer Roth of Salem. Funeral services Saturday, July 23, at 1:30 p.m. from the chapel of W.T. Rigdon & Son, with Rev. Galloway officiating. Interment Lee Mission cemetery." OS Jul 22, 1932 9:3
d. 21 Sep 1949 A-39-04-05
on marker w/John Roth
"Mrs. Henrietta Roth, late resident at 929 N. Church st., in Newton, Kan. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Dorothea Stark, Salem; Mrs. Anne Jose, Iowa; and Mrs. Ida Zuercher, Kansas; three sons, Dave Roth, Moundridge, Kan.; and John and Will Roth, both of Whitewater, Kan.; two brothers, the Rev. Theodore Roth, Whitewater, Kan.; and Emanuel Roth, Arlington, Kan.; 34 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. Announcement of services later by the Clough-Barrick chapel." OS Sep 22, 1949 6:1
ROTH, Herbert John
b. 22 Oct 1894
d. 11 Nov 1975 A-40-01-03
Pvt US Army World War I
ROTH, Hilda L.
b. 16 May 1900
d. 12 Dec 1907 A-40-01-07
b. Salem, OR; d/o John R. & Madaleine (Rich) Roth; died from acute nephritis in Eugene, OR per Lane Co. D/C #5351
b. 21 Feb 1831
d. 21 Oct 1894 OLD 091-01
age 63y8m0d b. Switzerland
"At the family home in North Salem, at 8 p.m. Sunday, October 21, 1894, John Roth, aged 64 years.
The funeral will be held at the German Baptist church at 2 p.m. today, Rev. C. E. Kliewer officiating, and interment will be in Lee Mission cemetery." OS Oct 23, 1894 4:5
ROTH, John G.
b. 17 Aug 1862
d. 07 Jun 1940 A-39-04-06
on marker w/Henrietta Roth
"John Roth, at the residence 925 North Church street, June 7, aged 77 years. Survived by wife, Mrs. Henrietta Roth of Salem; daughters, Mrs. Dorothea Stark of Salem, Mrs. Arnold Zuercher of Whitewater, Kas., Mrs. Anna Jose of Des Moines, Ia; sons, Dave and Manuel Roth of Moundridge, Kas., John, Ted and Will of Whitewater; 33 grandchildren; brothers, William and Theodore Roth of Salem, Charles of The Dalles; sisters, Mrs. Eloise Stettler, Mrs. Mary Broer, Mrs. Bertha Barnett, all of Salem, Mrs. Rose Rich of Orenco, Ore. Funeral announcements later by Clough-Barrick company." OS Jun 8, 1940 5:2 burial at Lee Mission confirmed by Barricks
ROTH, John R.
d. 22 Apr 1934 A-40-01-05
on marker w/Madeleine Rich Roth
"John R. Roth, April 22, in Eugene, aged 70 years. Husband of Madeline Roth; father of Emma, Herbert and Ruben of Eugene, and Esther Chapman of Portland and Clara Roth of California. Also survived by a brother and sister of Switzerland. Roth was a resident of Eugene for 27 years and formerly lived in Salem. Graveside services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday at the Lee Mission cemetery under the auspices of W.T. Rigdon and Son." OS Apr 24, 1934
ROTH, Madeleine Rich
d. 30 Nov 1936 A-40-01-04
on marker w/John R. Rich
"Late of 2456 N.W. Savier St., Port-land, November 30, Madeline Rich Roth, aged 71 years, beloved mother of Mrs. Claire Willoughby, Mrs. Esther Chapman, Emma, Herbert J. and Ruben Roth, sister of Mrs. Catherine Swartly, Mrs. Anna Ramseyer, Mrs. Marie Settje, Mrs. Lee Kenworthy, Christian, Joe and Pete Rich. Funeral services will be held at Salem under direction of Miller & Tracey and burial in Mission cemetery will be at a time to be arranged." OS Dec 2, 1936 5:1
ROTH, Marcelle S.
b. 19 Apr 1912
d. 13 Dec 1987 RA-22-10
on marker w/Carleton L. Roth
"Services will begin at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Salem, for Marcelle D. Roth, 75, of Salem, who died Sunday.
Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem. Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Salem, is in charge of arrangements.
She was born in Douglas, Alaska. She moved to Turner from Alaska in 1924 and later moved to Salem, where she attended Willamette University. She was a homemaker. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary.
Survivors include her sons Stephen A. and Paul W., both of Aumsville, and Alan J. of Lyons; sisters Lillian Kropp of Salem and Jean Gardner of Portland; and brother Warren Demytt of Roseburg.
Contributions may be made to the Mid-Willamette Valley Hospice." SJ Dec 15, 1987 2B:5
ROTH, Ruben W.
b. 11 Feb 1903
d. 10 Dec 1981 A-40-02-02
CM1 US Navy World War II
"Roth--Ruben W. "Hap" of Milwaukie, husband of Lois L. Roth, Milwaukie; father of Pat Roth, Springfield; brother of Emma Broughton, Esther Chapman & Clare Rearden, all of Milwaukie. Services Tuesday, Dec. 14th 2 p.m., Peake Memorial Chapel, Milwau-kie. Private interment Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem." Oreg Dec 13, 1981 9D:2
ROTH, Trista Meta
b. 04 Sep 1877
d. 08 Apr 1906 A-38-04-08
wife of Theo - mother of Marvin A.
"There is something pathetic in the death of one whose years have not been completed, something that makes one given, maybe, a trifle overgiven to sentiment, feel grieved to see a rosebud broken from its stem, a violet crushed beneath the foot. Yet this sentiment is in all humanity, more largely developed in some, but still, thank God, in every human soul. So, when we are called upon to follow the silent clay, the little mortal frame that held the soul, the life, the spirit that has been part of our own life, and, far the better part, words have no consolation. When the heavy clods fall upon the resounding planks that lie between us and those who have been our all, language is sacrilege, and silence alone is eloquent.
Mrs. Trista Meta Eudora Roth, wife of Theodore Roth, died at 5 o'clock Sunday evening, and this afternoon at 3 o'clock sorrowing friends gathered around the little grave in which she is to rest, alone but not forgotten.
Mrs. Roth was born in Corvallis September 4, 1877, being the oldest daughter of Professor and Mrs. E.H. Anderson, of this city.
Here she came as a child; here she attended the schools, forming those friendships that never die; here she developed into sweet and beautiful womanhood; here she married; here, a week ago, she gave to her husband a baby boy, and here today she has gone to her eternal rest. Her father and mother, a brother and two sisters, beside her husband and her son survive her." CJ Apr 9, 1906 8:4
d. 31 Dec 1921 A-41-02-05
"Rounds--At a local hospital, December 31, Mrs. Ocia Rounds, age 60 years, wife of the late Rev. H. Rounds of Portland. She is survived by two sons, Wallace T. and Clifton Rounds of Corvallis; four brothers, J.A. Camp-bell of Colorado, Luther Campbell of Oregon; Edgar Campbell of Washington; three sisters, Mrs. Susie Blankenship of Colorado, Mrs. Adie Brooks of Colorado, Mrs. Dunn of Kansas.
Funeral services will be held at Webb & Clough chapel Wednesday, January 4, at 2 p.m., Rev. Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial will be made in the Lee Mission cemetery. (Corvallis papers please copy.)" CJ Jan 2, 1921 5:3
b. 13 Aug 1867
d. 29 Jul 1907 D-27-02-06
"Rowland--At the Salem hospital, Salem, Oregon, Monday, July 29, 1907, Elisha Rowland, aged 39 years, 11 months and 15 days, from internal injuries.
Mr. Rowland was struck in the chest Saturday by a piece of wood, while operating an edger at the Spaulding Logging company's mill, his injuries at the time not being considered fatal. He was hurried to the Salem hospital, however, where he received prompt medical attention, but his injuries being internal, he sank rapidly.
Besides his parents, and three brothers who reside a few miles east of this city, he leaves three child-ren. He came from Ohio about three years ago, and has since been employed by the Spaulding Logging company.
The funeral will be held this after-noon at 2:30 from A.M. Clough's chapel. The services will be conducted by Rev. W.H. Selleck. Interment will be made at Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jul 30, 1907 5:7 s/o Thomas H. & Olive (Green) Rowland per D/C #4208
d. Reserved RA-02-21
ROYAL, Charles Fletcher
b. 01 Dec 1834
d. 14 Nov 1917 OLD 203-01
"Salem Pioneer Dead, Aged 82--C.F. Royal Came to Oregon in 1852; Funeral to Be Held Friday--C.F. Royal, pioneer of 1852, died at his home in Salem yesterday morning. He was 52 years old.
Mr. Royal spent the early part of his life in Fountain county, Indiana. His first settlement in Oregon was in Astoria, March 26, 1852.
He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Mary Jane Royal; four daughters, Mrs. Cora N. Belding of Portland; Mrs. Ella R. Williams of Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Rosemary Shipworth, Hillsboro; Mrs. Lena M. Adams, Dover, Okla., and a son, Ore Royal, of Portland.
The funeral services are set for 11 o'clock Friday morning at Rigdon's undertaking parlors. Rev. J. Stocker, pastor of the Evangelical association, will conduct the services." OS Nov 15, 1917 3:4 s/o C.F. & Margaret (Gear-hardt) Royal per D/C #500
ROYAL, Henry P. Sr.
d. 28 Feb 1986 RA-02-04
with our love
"Henry Preston Royal, 82, of Salem, died Friday.
Born in Ellsworth, Maine, he moved in 1970 to Amity from Boston, where for 25 years he was a bus driver for the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority. He came to Salem in 1976. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Surviving are his wife, Juliet; sons, Robert, Brockton, Mass., John, Quincy, Mass., William and Kenneth, both of Woodburn, James, Puyallup, Wash., Preston, Boston, and Tony, Salem; and daughters, Shirley Rochon and Marilou Bumgardner, both of Salem, and Nancy Cunningham, Revere, Mass.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. Interment will be in Lee Mission Cemetery." SJ Mar 1, 1986 2B:3
ROYAL, Juliet M.
b. 30 Jun 1938
d. Reserved RA-02-03
ROYAL, Margaret Elaine
b. 29 Jun 1917
d. 27 Nov 1925 OLD 210-09
d/o Earl O. & Grace Ann (Smith) Royal; died from diphtheria per D/C #804
ROYAL, Mary J.
d. 05 Apr 1925 OLD 203-02
"Mrs. Mary J. Royal Dies At Home of Her Daughter--Mrs. Mary J. Royal, for many years a resident of Salem, died Thursday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rev. W. Skipworth, in Portland. The funeral service is to be held in Portland Monday, and the body is to be brought back to Salem Tuesday at 1 o'clock, on the Oregon Electric train for burial beside her late husband, Charles F. Royal, in Jason Lee cemetery.
The Royals were of the pioneer stock in Salem. They were old-timers, as long as 40 years ago. Mr. Royal was a bridge builder, and the family were prominent in church and social work in Salem. One daughter, Mrs. Williams, went to Washington, where she has been connected with the department of agriculture for many years. Another daughter married Rev. Mr. Skipworth, pastor of one of the Methodist churches in Portland, and it was at her home that the mother died. The Royals formerly lived in East Salem. They were well known to all the early settlers in this part of Oregon. Mr. Royal died several years ago." OS Apr 7, 1923 6:3 note: headstone reads 1925
ROYAL, Thomas Wesley Rev.
b. 24 Jan 1825 Prov OH
d. 18 Jan 1892 OLD 203-06
d. Salem, OR
Sleep dearest one, thy rest is sweet
"Death of T.W. Royal--Thomas Wesley Royal died at the home of his brother, C.F. Royal, near the state penitentiary, at 2 o'clock a.m., Monday, January 18, 1892. He was born in Ohio and came to Oregon four years ago. His age was 63 years. Last spring Mr. Royal, whose home is in Newport, was ill with lagrippe, but never fully recovered, the ailment weakening his mind. About a month ago he came to visit his brother here and while there was taken sick. He leaves a son and a daughter in Kansas, and a son, C.G., of Newport, who arrived in the city yesterday.
The funeral will be conducted today by the Masonic fraternity, Mr. Royal having been a member of that order. The remains will be interred in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Jan 19, 1892 4:2
ROYLE, Ernest Raymond
d. 05 Sep 2004 buried at Belle Passi Cemetery, Woodburn, OR [never interred at Lee Mission)
ROYLE, LaVerne E.
b. 27 Dec 1916
d. 13 Jan 1978 RA-21-05
"Late resident of 280 Elma St. NE., Salem, Ore. Fri. Jan 13 in a local hospital. Survived by widower, Ernest F. Royle, Salem; daughters, Shirley Jean Schwarz, Lacy, Wn., Charleen L. Best, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; sons, Raymond E. Royle, Bruce M. Royle both of Salem,; sister, Margaret Falk, Bend, Ore.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Doxsee, St. Louis, Mo.; nine grandchildren, one great-grandson. Private family services will be held Tues. Jan. 17 at 2:00 PM in the Barrick Chapel, 205 Church SE. Rev. William Hoffines officiating. Interment in Lee Mission Cemetery. The casket will be open to friends Sun from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM and Mon. from 9:00 AM until 8:00 PM." SJ Jan 14, 1978 4B:6
ROZELL, Orie W.
d. 07 Jan 1970 RA-53-04
"Late resident of Yuciapa, Calif., Jan. 7 in a local nursing home, at the age of 65. Survived by widow, Nora A. Rozell, Yuciapa; son, Donald Orie Rozell, Anchorage, Alaska; daughter, Verna Mae Wilson, Anchorage, Beverly Anne Sjolin, Rollings, Wyo.; sister, Dorothy White, Salem; brothers, Lester Rozell, Power, Mont, Donald Rozell, Sidney, Mont. Seven grandchildren also survive. Services Sat., Jan. 10 at 1:30 p.m. in Rigdon's Colonial Chapel, Cottage at Chemeketa NE. Interment Lee Mission Cemetery." CJ Jan 9, 1970 18:3
b. 08 Feb 1847
d. 11 May 1922 A-34-02-01
"Ruan--John Ruan, at his home seven miles south of Salem, May 11, 1922, at the age of 75 years. He is survived by his wife, Ellen Ruan and three children: Mrs. Rebecca Frasier, and Mrs. Gibson F. White of Salem and Mrs. Grace Burrows of Seattle, Wn. The remains are in care of the Terwilliger Home. Funeral announcements later." OS May 12, 1922 5:6 s/o John & Henrietta (Crouser) Ruan; b. S. Croix Island, West Indies; h/o Ellen; fruit farmer; died from heart failure per D/C #385
RUBECK, Florence Mildred
b. 09 Dec 1872
d. 23 May 1960 A-36-01-05
"Mrs. Rubeck Succumbs at Salem Home--Mrs. Mildred Rubeck, 87, who had lived in the Salem area for 34 years, died Monday at a Salem nursing home.
She was born Dec. 9, 1872, at Jackson County, Wis. Her husband, Robert Rubeck, died here 12 years ago.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. H.L. Bosler, Salem; sister, Mrs. J.A. Wright, Salem; one granddaughter, two great grandchildren; two great great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Clough-Barrick Chapel. Rev. W. Harold Lyman will officiate, with concluding rites at Mt. Crest Abbey." OS May 24, 1960 5:6
b. 11 Apr 1870
d. 02 Dec 1942 A-32-02-07
"In this city December 2, Robert Rubeck, aged 72. Survived by wife, Florence Mildred Rubeck, Salem; two children, Mrs. H.L. Bosler and Mortimer Row, Salem; sister, Mrs. Amanda Moon of Ohio; niece, Mrs. J.C. Adamson, Portland; nephew, Paul Rubeck of Canby; grandniece, Shirley Jean Adamson of Portland. Funeral services will be held Friday, December 4, at 1:30 p.m., from the chapel of the W.T. Rigdon company. Interment will be at the Lee Mission cemetery, Rev. M.A. Getzendander officiating." OS Dec 3, 1942 5:1 s/o Peter Rubeck per D/C #1121
RUBLE, Bertie C.
b. Apr 1888
d. 09 Apr 1888 OLD 185-04
"Ruble--In East Portland, April 9th, 1888, Bertie C., youngest son of J.A. and Eva Ruble.
Little Bertie was a very bright and promising child, soon winning the affections of all that knew him. His parents and friends fondly hoped that he would be spared to them, but the wise and loving Father thought it better to call him to a place in the home above before sin had sullied his bright and beautiful spirit. He was a great sufferer, having died of convulsions. May his sadly bereaved parents be comforted by the God-given hope of meeting their dear little lamb in the sweet by and by." PCA Apr 26, 1888 5:3
RUBLE, Eva E. McIntire
b. 05 Sep 1863
d. 29 Mar 1903 OLD 197-02
wife of J.A. Ruble
on marker w/Joseph A. Ruble
"Eva McIntire Ruble, wife of Joseph Ruble, died in the hospital at Colfax, Washington, Sunday, March 29, 1903, aged 39 years, after an illness of about one month. She had been ailing for some time, but her friends thought she had about recovered, when she was taken suddenly worse and Saturday morning was taken to the hospital where she passed away about twenty-four hours later. The doctors were unable to announce the direct cause of her death, the case being very complicated.
Mrs. Ruble, formerly Eva McIntire, was a daughter of Rev. McIntire, the pioneer Methodist preacher, who died about two years ago. She was a graduate of Willamette University and had taught in the public schools of Marion county for several years. For a number of years after her marriage to Joseph Ruble she resided on a farm just south of Salem, moving to Winona, Washington, where they have since made their home, Mr. Ruble engaging in the stock business. Five children are left, Fred, Lloyd, Eva, Ruth and Joseph, ranging from 3 to 14 years.
Since her early youth she has been a devout member of the Methodist church.
The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon in Rigdon's undertaking parlors, Rev. John Parsons preaching the sermon, and the burial will take place at 8:30 o'clock this morning in Lee Mission cemetery. The burial is held at this early hour to enable the family to leave on the 11 o'clock train." DOS Mar 31, 1905 8:4-5
RUBLE, Faxie J.
b. 10 Jun 1885
d. 15 May 1888 OLD 185-01
"Ruble--At East Portland, May 15, 1888, Faxie J., son of Joseph A. and Eva E. Ruble, aged two years, eleven months and five days, of congestion of the brain.
The earthly remains of little Faxie lie buried in Lee Mission Cemetery at Salem, with those of his younger brother who departed this life only five weeks earlier. It is fitting that their little bodies should lie together in the same inclosure, while their happy spirits have entered into the heavenly fellowship with Him who said: `Suffer little children and forbid them not to come unto me, for, of such is the kingdom of heaven.'" PCA May 31, 1888 5:4
d. 15 Jul 1917 D-00-00-00
RUBLE, Joseph A.
b. 26 Oct 1858
d. 06 Dec 1942 OLD 197-03
on marker w/Eva E. McIntire Ruble
"Ruble--Dec. 6, Joseph A., late of Amity, Or. Friends invited to attend funeral services Wednesday, 2 P.M., at the Methodist church, Amity, Or. Private committal Portland Crematorium. Arrangements in care of Holman & Lutz Colonial Mortuary, NE 14th and Sandy." Oreg Dec 9, 1942 17:7
RUDOLPH, Pyra Morey
d. 28 Feb 1909 OLD 127-03
"Rudolph---In this city, February 28, 1909, Mrs. Pyra Rudolph, aged 86 years.
Deceased was a resident of Salem many years, but had spent some time in California previous to her last illness. Relatives from Santa Barbara, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph, are in the city to attend the funeral which has been deferred until Friday owing to Mr. Rudolph's illness. The funeral will be held from W. T. Rigdon's parlors and interment will be made in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS Mar 4, 1909 4:7
RUNNER, Phillip Amandus
b. 30 Jan 1930
d. 10 Apr 1990 RA-05-08
"Phillip A. Runner, 60, of Salem, died Tuesday.
He was a native and lifelong resident of Salem. He graduated from Salem High School in 1948, and worked at Fairview Training Center. He had been disabled for many years.
Survivors include his wife, Diane; and brothers, Truman and Dwight, both of Salem.
Graveside services will begin at 3 p.m. today in Lee Mission Cemetery. Arrangements are by Barrick mortuary." SJ Apr 13, 1990 2C:3
d. 26 Aug 2017 RA-39-08
RUNYON, John A.
d. 15 Jun 1981 RA-39-08
"John A. Runyon, 87, of 1018 Evergreen Ave. NE, died Monday at Medical Center Nursing Home.
Born in Taylorville, Ill., he was employed by the U.S. Postal Service in White Bear, Minn., and San Diego, Calif., from 1950 until retirement in 1959. He came to Salem in 1975. An Army veteran of World War I, he was a past commander of American Legion Port 255 in White Bear and a member of Minnesota National Guard.
Survivors include daughter-in-law, JoAnn Runyon, Salem; step-son, Maurice Lizee, Excelsior, Minn.; sisters, Mildred and Mattie, and brothers, Everett and Ray, all of Taylorville; six grandchildren and two great-grand-sons.
Private graveside services will be at Lee Mission Cemetery under the direction of Barrick mortuary." SJ Jun 17, 1981 2B:3
d. 11 Sep 1980 RA-39-08
"Richard R. Runyon, director of the state Drug and Alcohol Program, died yesterday in a Salem hospital after a year's battle against acute leukemia. He was 48.
Runyon joined the state Mental Health Division in 1966. A popular and highly respected administrator, he had directed alcohol and drug programs for seven years.
Runyon was born in White Bear, Minn. He earned a bachelor's degree in sociology at San Diego State University and worked as a juvenile court counselor for two years before earning a master's degree in psychiatric social work in 1960 at the University of Southern California.
Runyon worked as a family counselor for Orange County, Calif., for three years before moving to Oregon. He served as Clatsop County's first director of mental health from 1963 to 1966.
He lived at 1018 Evergreen Ave. NE. He was a member of the Salem YMCA.
Survivors include his wife, Joanne; sons, John R. and Steven, Salem; daughters, M'Liss and Lauri, Salem; father, John A., Salem; and brother, Maurice Lizee, Excelsior, Minn.
Memorial services will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Barrick mortuary. Private interment will follow in Lee Mission Cemetery.
The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society or the McKay High School Library." SJ Sep 12, 1980 2B:3
RUSSELL, Clinton H.
b. 15 Jun 1879
d. 08 Mar 1903 D-09-02-02
"Professor Russell Dead--Clinton H. Russell, an instructor in music at the Oregon Blind school in this city, died at the Salem Hospital on Sunday evening, March 8, 1903, at 7:30 o'clock, of heart disease. He had been sick for about one month, but two weeks ago was much better and was removed to the Salem Hospital. Sunday, however, he became much worse, and about noon was removed to the hospital again, where he sank rapidly until 7:30 o'clock, when the end came, bringing relief after a period of great suffering, which the sick man bore with great patience.
Clinton Russell was born in Virginia, June 15, 1879, and at the age of five years became totally blind as a result of an injury received by falling from a sleigh and striking his head while coasting down a hill. He was educated at a school for the blind in Baltimore, Maryland, and for four years he held a position in the school as instructor in music. In September, 1901, he came to Salem and has since had charge of the musical department of the Blind School. He was an excellent teacher of several instruments, including the piano, cornet and trombone, but his specialty was the violin. He also taught piano tuning, having had years experience as a piano tuner in the Knabe Piano Factory.
The mother and father of the deceased are both dead. He leaves two sisters, Florence and Leila, in Washington, D.C., and one brother, now doing service in the United States army in the Philippines.
His abilities were of a high order and varied, his pupils making rapid progress. He was considered a very successful teacher and his place will be hard to fill.
Rev. Geo. C. Ritchey conducted funeral services at the school chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains were interred in Lee Mission cemetery." DOS 10 Mar 1903 3:1
d. 22 Jun 1955 C-45-02-01
Interment Record #1871
"In this city June 22, late resident of 650 Locust. Funeral services will be Friday, June 24, at 1 p.m. in the chapel of W.T. Rigdon Co. Concluding services at Lee Mission Cemetery." OS Jun 24, 1955 3:2
RUTH, Donald Jr.
b. 13 Jul 1956
d. 15 Mar 2009 RC-33-21
"Don Ruth, Jr. July 13, 1956 - March 15, 2009 SALEM - Don passed on to be with the Lord on Sunday, in our home. He left us suddenly and unexpectedly. He served in the Army, corrections, and State Police during his career. He was a loving husband, a wonderful dad, and grandpa. We will miss him terribly and always love him dearly. He loved to make jokes and keep everyone laughing. He was a loving, loyal, kind, generous, and protective man. He was a man of his word; when he made a promise, he did everything in his power to keep that promise. His loss has left a hole in the hearts of many. He is survived by his wife, Teresa; children, Michelle, Stephanie, Valerie, Joshua, Heather, Kristi, Nijal, and Noah; children-in-law, Steve, Chris, and Ashley; grandchildren, Adah, Hannah, Isaac, Jasmine, Marissa, Elijah, Sumner, Jonathan, Amber, Graice, Jacob; mother, Geri; brothers, Steve and Wes; sisters, Laura and Becky; sister-in-law, Mary; and brother-in-law, Nathan. There will be a viewing from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, March 19, 2009 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service. A graveside service will be at Jason Lee Cemetery on Friday, March 20, 2009 at 1 p.m." [Statesman Journal on Mar 18, 2009]
RUTH, Donald Sr.
b. 12 May 1934
d. 18 Mar 2008 RC-33-22
"SALEM - Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. Thurs., March 20 at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service, Salem. Graveside services to follow at 1 p.m. on Fri., March 21 at Lee Mission Cemetery" SJ Mar 19, 2008.
RUTH, E. Joyce
b. 05 May 1947
d. 29 Apr 1999 RA-05-02
RUTH, Lawrence Eugene
d. Jul 2014 RC-33-23
RUTH, Marion Clifton
b. 27 Jan 1908
d. 19 Oct 1984 RA-07-04
on marker w/Myrtle F. Ruth
"Marion Clifton Ruth, 76, of 1030 Spurce St. NE, died Friday.
He was born in Oklahoma. He moved to Salem in 1941. Before his retirement, he pastored several churches, drive a city bus for nine years and worked as a custodian at the Salem Smoke Shop.
He was a member of the Pentecostal faith.
Survivors include sons, Donald C., Warren L., Lawrence E., Daniel L. and David A., all of Salem; brother Owen, Collins, Mo.; and sister, Ann Kindard, Medford.
Private graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Lee Mission Cemetery under the direction of Rigdon-Ranson mortuary." SJ Oct 21, 1984 2B:4
RUTH, Myrtle F.
b. 12 Oct 1913
d. 13 Feb 1983 RA-07-03
on marker w/Marion C. Ruth
"Myrtle F. Ruth, 70, of 1030 Spruce Ave. NE, died Sunday.
Born in Gracemont, Okla., she moved here 42 years ago from Missouri. She was a housewife.
Survivors include her husband, Marion C.; sons, Donald C., Warren L., Lawrence E., Daniel L. and David A., all of Salem; and sisters, Beulah Goodwin, Caldwell, Idaho, Nellie Claycomb, Salem, Opal Nease, Portland, and Francis Lindsey, Salem.
Private graveside services will be Wednesday in Lee Mission Cemetery, under direction of Barrick mortuary." SJ Feb 15, 1983 2B:5
d. Reserved RC-33-20
d. 1996 RA-05-01
d. 03 Mar 1902 N/A
"Ryan--At the home of the parents in the Christian Mission on 12th street, Salem, Oregon, Monday, March 3, 1902, the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Ryan." OS Mar 4, 1902 6:1 Burial in Lee Mission per Funerals Held at W.T. Rigdon, Pioneer Morticians, Salem, Marion Co., OR, For Years 1892-1905
RYDER, Edna A.
b. 30 Jul 1862
d. 14 Aug 1877 OLD 174-06
b. Winneshiek Co, IA; died from typhoid fever; Louisa Ryder, mother; per Record of Interment #96
RYDER, Louisa B.
b. 22 May 1832
d. 14 Nov 1905 OLD 174-05
"Long Lived Family---Late Mrs. Ryder Survived by Eight Brothers and Sisters Aged Over 60 Years--Mrs. Louise Ryder, whose death occurred in this city on Tuesday of last week, was a member of a remarkable family of mother, father and fifteen children. Twelve of the children are living now and eight of the twelve are over 60 years of age. Two died in their infancy, but thirteen lived to cross to the other shore. The surviving brothers and sisters of the departed lady are Mrs. Lavenia Dawley, residing in Iowa; Mrs. Isabell Botler, of Portland; Mrs. Laura Snell, of Drain; Mrs. Buena Vista Snell, of Canby; Mrs. Mary Collins, of this city; J.H Wanless,
of Springwater, Minn; Willson Wanless, of Sheridan; Brown Wanless of Portland; Alford Wanless, of Fort Benton, Mont; Charles Wanless of Amity; Gilmer Wanless, of this city and George Wanless, whose present place of residence is unknown.
Mrs. Louise Wanless was born in Battle county, Virginia, on May 22, 1833, and at the time of her death was aged 72 years, 5 months and 23 days. When a young girl she removed from Virginia to McHenry county, Illinois, where, on December 12, 1854, she became the wife of Morgan Ryder. While living in Illinois two children
were born to the happy union. The family later moved to the state of Iowa, where two more children came to grace the household, and on May 2, 1876, Mr. and Mrs. Ryder and family came to Salem to establish a new home. Two years later the second oldest daughter died and in 1883 the husband and father also joined the throng across the way.
The oldest surviving child is Mrs. A.M. Clough of this city and the other two are Mrs. F.J. Catterlin of Portland, and E.V. Ryder of this city.
Mrs. Louise Ryder was a member of the Methodist church since childhood. She was a devoted Christian, kindhearted and generous, and her friends were counted by the score. By her departure Salem loses one of its best citizens, one of its noblest women of the highest character.
Morgan Ryder, the husband of the deceased, was also born in Battle county, Virginia, the date of his birth being April 29, 1830. His death occurred on January 23, 1883." DOS Nov 23, 1905 2:5 d/o Thomas & Julia Wanless per D/C #1493
b. 29 Apr 1830
d. 23 Jan 1883 OLD 174-07
b. Bath Co., VA; died from dropsy; E.V. Ryder, son; per Record of Interment #97
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