VANCOUVER CITY CEMETERY BY GERRY GILMAN 26 NOV 1996

VANCOUVER CITY CEMETERY
BY
GERRY GILMAN
26 NOV 1996
© 1996 Gerry Gilman
This document is a reformatted copy of draft papers provided by
Gerry Gilman
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Clark County Genealogical Society.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SOUTHEAST SECTION..................................................................................................1
SOUTH WEST SECTION..............................................................................................93
NORTH EAST SECTION ............................................................................................201
NORTH WEST SECTION............................................................................................319
INDEX OF NAMES......................................................................................................385
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VANCOUVER CITY CEMETERY
SOUTHEAST SECTION
"Sun set and evening star,
And one clear call for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
When I put out to sea."
Tennyson
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REFERENCES
#1 Clark County Pioneers "A Centennial Salute"
1889 Vancouver, Washington
Published by Clark County Genealogical Society
#2 Clark County Pioneers "Through The Turn of The Century"
by Rose Marie Harshman
Published by Clark County Genealogical Society
#3 Vancouver City Cemetery Burial Records
#4 KNAPP Funeral Chapel, HAMILTON Funeral Home, and HAMILTON MYLAN Funeral Chapel
Records (1907-1994)
#5 Other Clark County Mortuary Records
#6 Clark County Census Records 1850/1860, 1870, 1871, 1880 all in Clark County Washington Territory,
1900 in Clark County Washington State.
#7 Trail Breaker (published by the Clark County Genealogical Society - Quarterly), Newspapers, Relatives
comments and Genealogy Records
military Record
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SE 01
SE 01 All bought 3/26/1881 by Mary A. Williams
in the La Center Precinct.. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
MILLER, GEORGE
b. 22 May 1822 Ohio, d. 2 Oct 1902 old age, age 80y
4m 10d. Int. 3 Oct 1902 in SE 01 Line 16. He was
married to Catherine Miller (1834-1904), a farmer
and dairyman, a member of the Washington's first
territorial government. He lived in Gate City,
Thurston County, Washington, but at the time of his
death lived at son's Abraham Lincoln (1863-1927)
home in Goldendale, Washington and id buried in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. Parents
were not listed, but father was born in
Pennsylvania and mother in Indiana. Ref: #3 &
#4-funeral of son Abraham Lincoln Miller). #6 (1880
Census).
WOOLF, WILLIAM AUBREY
b. 5 Feb 1862 Iowa, d. 9 Dec 1917 carcinoma of the
rectum, age 55y 10m 4d. Int. 11 Dec 1917 in SE 01-3
L i n e 1 6 ( n o m a r k e r -n o r e c o r d ) . [ K N A P P
MORTUARY]. Widower of Bede Miller (18661892), farmer, lived in Falida area of Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, owned his own home,
died at home attended by Dr. Robert Grant Black of
Vancouver. Funeral was 11 Dec 1917 10 AM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend A. W. Darby of
Vancouver. Charge to Ray L. Woolf. His children
were in 1900 Census (1) Elsie O. Woolf born Aug
1887 Washington and (2) Ray B. Woolf born Oct
1889 in Washington. Parents were not listed but
mother was Rachel ( ) Woolf both born in Ohio
who had children William Aubrey and Christina
Rosalie Woolf). She m. (2) 24 Oct 1874 to John
Charles Nugent and had six more children by Charles
Nurgent. Ref: #2, #3, #4, & #6 (1900 Census).
MILLER, CATHARINE ?/MANILA/ADELINE?
b. 22 Feb 1834 Tennessee/Kentucky, d. 7 Mar 1904
of cancer of the stomach, age 70y 0m 13d. Int. 9 Mar
1904 in SE 01 Line 16 (has marker "The Holy dead
Catharine Miller blest we are that we may name them
so, and to their spirits look afar through all our woe."
Widow of George Miller (1822-1902), lived for
awhile in Goldendale, Washington with son, (1)
Abraham Lincoln Miller (1863-1927), who was a
Prosecuting Attorney for both Clark County and
Klickitat County; He was also a Judge and is buried
in NW 11-1; other children were (2) B.F. Miller &
(3)William A. Miller both of Ridgefield, Washington,
(4) Sam J. Miller of Walla Walla, Washington, (5)
Harry Miller of San Francisco, California, (6) Ben
Miller and (7) M.E. Miller of Pasadena, (8) Rue
Miller of Seattle and (9) Mary Williams, the widow
of C.L. Williams of Vancouver Washington who is
buried at Sara Union Cemetery. NOTE: in 1880
Census (10) Isaac N. Miller (1864-1884) and (11)
Elizabeth Miller (1886-born in Oregon) were listed.
Parents were either "Hayner/Hooper" or she may
have been a sister to John Springer. Ref: #1, #3.
MILLER, ISAAC NEWTON
b. 9 Mar 1864 Washington Territory, d. 13 Nov 1882,
age 18y 8m 6d. Int. in SE 01 N/2 Line 16. Parents
w e r e George Miller (1822-1902) and Catherine
Hayner/Hooper. Ref: #3.
MILLER, LILLIE GUNTHER
b. Oct 1878 Washington Territory, d. 19 Sep 1948
senile, age 70y. Int. 24 Sep 1948 in SE 01-3 Line 16.
[MARY A. WILLIAMS] LUNDBERG BONNING
MORTUARY. She was married. Parents were
Joseph S. Gunther born 1842 in Indiana and Sarah
J. Gunther b. 1849 in Missouri listed as a farmer
WOOLF, BEDA E.
b. 10 Apr 1866, d. 1 Mar 1892, age 25y 9m 21d. Int.
2 Mar in SE 01 Line 16 (Original marker read "She
followed virtue as her truest guide, lived as a
Christian. As a Christian died." Replaced marker has
"Mother. Married to William A. Woolf (1862-1917),
lived in Falida area of Clark County, Washington.
NOTE:SAME PLOT 2nd listing DOLL, BERDA
G. ? she may have been married to previous to the
marriage with William A. Woolf (b. ?, Int. 2 Mar
1892, age ?, Int. in SE 01 Line 16 [Mary Williams]).
Parents were George Miller (1822-1902) born in
O h i o a n d C a t h a r i n e (1834-1 9 0 1 ) b o r n i n
Kentucky. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
SCOTT, HORACE V.
b. 1 Apr 1889 Washington Territory, d. 19 May 1908
of TB, age 19y 1m 18d. Int. May 1908 in SE 01-5
Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was listed in
1900 as a farmer, lived at 914 Franklin St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Harry A. Wall of Vancouver. Funeral
21 May 1908 at home with Reverend J. F. Gormley.
Charged to father Eli Scott of 194 Grand Ave
Portland, Oregon. In the 1900 Census Horace had
two sisters: Nora E. born Aug 1885 and Anna C. born
Aug 1887 both in Washington Territory. Parents
were Eli Scott born Feb 1849 in Illinois owned a 79
acre farm whose parents were: father was born in
Indiana and mother in Kentucky) and Martha Scott
(24 Sep 1856 in Iowa) (her parents were Father born
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in Kentucky and mother in Ohio. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6
(Census 1900).
SE 02
SE 02 All bought 11/1/1878 by Mrs. (Mary E.) James
Thomas Wood
WOOD, JAMES THOMAS
b. 1843 Missouri, d. 26 Mar 1931 debility, age 88y.
Int. 30 Mar 1931 in SE 02 Line 15. [MRS. WOOD].
Married to Mary E. McDonald. He was a farmer in
Cedar Creek Precinct. Parents were not listed but
both were born in Kentucky. Ref: #3, #6 (1880
Census).
WOOD, MARY E.
b. 24 Feb 1843 Missouri, d. 21 Feb 1915 of senility,
age 71y 11m 27d. Int. 23 Feb 1915 in SE 02 -6 Line
15. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to James
Thomas Wood, housewife, Methodist, lived at 951
Garfield Ave., Portland Multnomah, Oregon, died at
home attended by Dr. H.C. Jefferds of the Stevens
Bldg. Portland. Funeral 23 Feb 1915 1 PM at the
Methodist Church with Reverend W.T. Randolph.
Charged to daughter Mrs. Frank Laver 245 Skidmore
St., Portland and husband James T. Wood. Mary E.
Wood's Children in 1880 Census Were:(1) Florence
(1864 Oregon), (2) Samuel (1867-1933 Oregon), (3)
Albert (1868-1952 Oregon), (4) Charles (1872
Oregon), (5) Gussie (1875 Washington) and (6)
Kavanough (Calvin) (1878-1934 Washington) lived
in Ridgefield, Washington. Son Charles Wood lived
at 6019 Homewood Ave., Oakland, California; son
Albert J. Wood (1868-1952) 625 Buchanan St.,St.
Johns, Oregon and Florence Lorain Wood of
Portland, Oregon who married Frank E. Laver.
Parents were Noah McDonald born in Scotland
and mother was ( ) Jones. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880
Census).
WOOD, SAMUEL LEMUEL
b. 1867 Oregon, d. 25 Feb 1933 of cancer, age 66y.
Int. Feb 1933 in S E 02 Line 15. [J.T. WOOD]
[HOLMAN LUTZ - Portland, Oregon]. Parents
were James Thomas Wood (1842-1931) and Mary
E. McDonald (1843-1915) both born in Missouri).
Ref: #3, #6 (1880 Census).
WOOD, ALBERT J.
b. Jan 1868 Oregon, d. 19 Feb 1952 no cause listed,
age 83y 11m. Int. 21 Feb 1952 in SE 02-3 Line 15.
(MRS. WOOD). Parents were James Thomas Wood
(1843-1931) and Mary E. McDonald (1843-1915).
Ref: #3, #6 (1880 Census).
WOOD, GEORGE
b. 1884, d. 10 Sep 1888 of membranous croup, age
4y. Int. 11 Sep 1888 in SE 02 Lin 15. (MRS.
WOOD). Parents were not listed. George was a
grandson of James Thomas Wood a n d Mary E.
McDonald. Ref: #3.
WOOD, CALVIN BISHOP
b. 1878 Washington Territory, d. 2 May 1934 no
cause listed, age 56y. Int. 4 May 1934 in SE 02 Line
15. (MRS. WOOD) Parents were James Thomas
Wood (1843-1931) and Mary E. McDonald (18431915). Ref: #3.
SE 03
SE 03 ALL bought 10/28/1878 by Charles G. Styles
SE 03 N/2 bought before 1889 Mrs. Violet M. Robb
STILES, CHARLES G.
b. 1819 Maine, d. 8 Mar 1874 no cause of death was
listed, age 55y. Int. Mar 1874 in SE 03-1 Line 7.
(SELF). He was married to Rebecca M. ( ) Lisham.
Charles G. Stiles arrived in Clark County in 1850 and
took out a Donation Claim of 637 acres of land in the
Ridgefield area. Then later Charles sold that land and
bought 819 acres of land in the Washougal area and
started a dairy, but Charles died in 1874 and the
family struggled to pay the debt off. In 1878 the
family sold the land to David Shepherd of Union
Ridge. Charles C. Stiles was listed as a carpenter in
1850 Census. In the 1860 Census he was a building
contractor and farmer. Other people named Stiles in
the 1860 Census separately listed was a Jacob Stiles
born in 1825 in Maine, a saloon keeper who was
probably a brother also, a brother was listed as John
M. Stiles in the 1871 Census born in 1817 in Maine).
In the 1870 census with Rebecca Stiles (born in
1827-1885) born in Maine was also a child, Mary
Stiles, age 5 years born in Washington Territory and
a John Lisham age 14 years born in the Washington
Territory. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1850/1860, 1870 & 1871 Census).
STILES, REBECCA MINERVA LISHAM
b. 6 Jun 1827 Maine, d. 21 Jan 1885 no cause was
listed, age 58y. Int. Jan 1885 in SE 03-2 Line 14 (has
marker " Rest in Heaven"). Widow of (1) Samuel
Lisham (b. 1822-Ca 1860) and (2) Charles C. Styles
(1819-1874). She continued the dairy farm that her
2nd husband had founded. NOTE: In the 1860
Census is listed Samuel Lisham Sr. probably the first
husband of Rebecca (b. 1822 South Wales. His son,
John Lisham lived in 1870 with the Stiles and another
son, Samuel Lisham Jr. married Cornelia Kamhant
and they had a daughter Vivian Breta (1902-1924)
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buried in Woodland I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Her children
were:(1) Charles T. Stiles (1848 Maine who was the
first husband of Lillie Caples daughter of Henry
Laffer Caples and Margaret Kuhn, (2) Henry A.
Stiles (1860-1862) and (3) Mary A. Stiles (1865 in
Washington Territory). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#1, #3, #6 (1850/1860, 1870, 1871 Census).
STILES, HENRY A.
b. Jul 1860 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
25 May 1862 no cause of death was listed, age 17m.
Int. May 1862 in SE 03 Line 14. Parents were
Charles C. Stiles (1819-1874) and Rebecca Minerva
(1827-1885) both born in Maine. Ref: #1 & #3.
MATTSON, CHARLES W. *
b. Aug 1843 Sweden, d. 19 May 1903 died of heart
failure, age 59y 2m, Int. 23 May 1903 in SE 03 Line
14. Civil War Vet Co. C. 83rd Illinois, who became a
Citizen of the United States in 1855. Kept a livery
stable, farmer, owned 238 acres of land. Parents
were not listed but were born in Sweden. Ref: #3,
& #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
SE 04
SE 04 All bought 6/22/1878 by Walter Sparks
SPARKS, EMMA J.
b. 25 Feb 1858, Clark County, Washington, d. 19 Jun
1878 no cause was listed, age 20y 3m 22d. Int. Jun
1878 in SE 04-1 Line 13. She was married 15 Aug
1877 in Clark County, Washington to Walter W.
Sparks (the first of 3 wives of Walter W. Sparks),
housewife, she passed away less than a year after she
was married. Parents were Joseph Hill Goddard
(1815-1 8 8 5 ) b o r n i n O h i o a n d H e s t e r A n n
Hendricks (1818-1901). They are buried at Salmon
Creek-G o d d a r d C e m e t e r y i n C l a r k C o u n t y ,
Washington. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870 Census).
HAACK, MARY RAMSEY
b. 2 Apr 1864 Peosta, Dubuqe, Iowa, d. 22 Apr 1942
senility, age 78y 4m 20d. Int. Apr 1942 in SE 04-2
Line 13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married
(1) 15 Sep 1883 Ernest Herm Haack (12 Jun 1862-24
Mar 1890) who is buried in NW 21-7 Line 12 also
buried in same plot are his father, Carl A. Haack
(1827-1869) and his siblings. Married (2) Joseph
Clark (Feb 1861 England Naturalized in 1885 was a
fireman on a locomotive sic 1900 Census). The
funeral was 24 Apr 1942 (Friday) 1 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Walter Givens of
Vancouver. Children were all born in the state of
Washington: (twins) (1) Ruby M. Haak and (2) Pearl
E. Haack (born in Mar 1886), and by 2nd marriage
(3) Gertrude E. Clark (Jun 1894) and (4) Eugene E.
Clark (Aug 1898). Mary Haack lived at the time of
her death with a daughter, Mrs. Gertrude E. (George
W.) Muhm at 8317 N. Smith, Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon - had lived in Oregon for 3 years,
died at home attended by Dr. Sullivan of the Portland
Clinic in Portland, Oregon. Ordered by and charged
to daughter Gertrude Muhm of Portland, Oregon.
Parents were Edwin Sparks (1829-1891) born in
Aberdeen, Adams County, Ohio and Priscella
S p u r g e o n (1832-1 9 1 9 b o r n ) i n C a l e d o n i a ,
Sandusky County, Ohio. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6 (1900
Census).
SPARKS, EDWIN *
b. 26 Oct 1829 Aberdeen, Adams County, Ohio, d.
19 Feb 1891 died of a spinal disease. Int. Feb 1891 in
SE 04 Line 13., age 61y 8m 7d, He was a Sgt. in CO.
C 21 Iowa Infantry Civil War, married 31 Mar 1851
in Dubuque, Iowa to Priscella Spurgeon (1832-1919)
the daughter of Elias Spurgeon and Jane Likens (and
sister to Mathias Spurgeon who came west in 1852).
Edwin was a teacher in Fruit Valley, homesteader in
1874, a brick mason in 1890 and County Assessor of
Clark County, Washington. Lived at 20th and Main
Streets at the time of death; Edwin Sparks Sr. came to
Clark County in 1874 at the suggestion of their son
Walter who had arrived in 1873. They bought a
homestead of 160 acres in Grass Valley which they
sold in 1880 and moved into the City of Vancouver.
Note: He was a younger brother of Edwin Sparks in
the 1880 Census and was also brother to Levi Sparks
Jr.(1832-1908) who married Savilla J. (both born in
Ohio) was listed with 6 children. They are buried in
Forrest Grove, Oregon. Parents were Levi Sparks
born in Pennsylvania and Zulima Craig Moore
born in Virginia. Ref: #1, #3 and #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
SPARKS, PRISCELLA
b. 7 Dec 1832 Caldonia, Marion County, Ohio, d. 15
Jan 1919 of heart failure following the flu attended
by daughter Dr. Mabel Bacon of Vancouver, age 86y
1m 8d. Int. 19 Jan 1919 in SE 04-5 Line 13. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was married 31 Mar 1851 in
Dubuque, Iowa, to Edwin Sparks (1829-1891). She
was a housewife, died at home 602 West 10th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. The funeral
was 19 Jan 1919 12;45 PM at home with Reverend
R.H. Sawyer. Charged to son Walter W. Sparks
(1853-1937) of Vancouver. Children were: (1) Ella
Ann Sparks m. Charles Edwin Wheelock, (2) Walter
Winfield Sparks, Int. in NW 172-1 Line 6 along with
2nd wife Mary Elizabeth, (listed as a teacher in 1880
Census). He was married three wives:(1) Emma J.
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Goddard Int. in SE 04, (2) Mary Elizabeth Poe
Spurgeon widow of Henry H. Spurgeon, she was the
daughter of William Poe and Jane Van Atta, and (3)
Metta Durgan McCafferty widow of Charles E.
McCafferty, daughter of Simeon D. Durgan and
Georgianna Nye, (3) Edwin Sparks Jr. unmarried, (4)
Marian Porter Sparks m. Harry Clark Daniels, (5)
Marshall Rowe Sparks married Alice Deborah Sharp,
(6) Sarah Zulima Jane Sparks m. Matthias Clifford
Sharp, (6) Mary Ramsey Sparks m. Ernest Herm
Haack, (7) Leo Charles Sparks married Marian Clark,
(8) Catherine Emma Sparks - died young, (9) Dr.
Mabel Nancy Sparks m. Grant Colfax Bacon, (10)
John Oliver Sparks married Ella Proebstel, (11)
Mathias Spureon Sparks - died young, and (12)
Lennie Sparks - died young. Parents were Elias
Spurgeon and Jane Likens both born in Ohio. Ref.
#1, #4 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
SPARKS, MARIAN CLARK
b. 1888, d. 1927, age 39y. Int. 1927 in SE 04 Line 13.
Married to Leo Charles Sparks. Parents were not
listed, but were named "Clark" NOTE: May have
been Joseph Clark and Mary Ramsey (Sparks) Haack
Clark as child "Ruby M. Haack". Ref: #1 & #3, #6
(1900 Census).
SPARKS, CATHERINE "KATIE" EMMA
b. 3 Jan 1868 Irvington, Kossoth, Iowa, d. 5 Dec
1879, age 11y 1m 2d. Int. Dec 1879 in SE 04-4 Line
13. Came with her parents in 1874 from Iowa to
Clark County Washington. Parents were Edwin
Sparks Sr. (1829-1891) and Priscella Spurgeon
(1832-1919). Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
DRUCKS, FRANK
b. 2 Aug 1823 Austria, d. 12 Apr 1904 died of
paralysis, age 81y, 4m 10d. Int. 14 Apr 1904 in SE 05
Line 12. (SELF). He was married to (1) Rosa (18221878) and (2) Barbara (1832 born in Prussia), lived in
Brush Prairie area of Clark County, Washington,
Parents were not listed but were born in Austria.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SPARKS, JOHN OLIVER
b. 1920, d. 1921, age 1y, Child. Int., 1921 in SE 04
Line 13 (NO RECORD). Parents were not listed,
but probably he was a child of John Oliver Sparks
and Ella P. Proebstel Ref. #3.
SPARKS, EDWIN Jr.
b. 23 Nov 1855 near Dubuque, Dubuque County,
Iowa, d. 5 Jun 1880 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, age 24y 6m 12d. Int. Jun 1880 in SE 046 Line 13. Not married. Parents were Edwin Sparks
(1829-1891) a n d Priscella Spurgeon (1832-1919)
both born in Ohio. Ref. #1, #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SE 05
SE 05 all bought 6/22/1878 by Frank Drucks
DRUCKS, ROSA
b. 2 Jul 1822, d. 28 May 1878, age 56y 2m 26d. Int.
May 1878 in SE 05-2 Line 12. She was married to
Frank Drucks (1823-1904) as his 1st wife; she had
children. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SPARKS, MATHIAS ELIAS
b. 4 Apr 1873 Irvington, Kossuth County, Iowa, d. 1
Dec 1879 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, age 6y 7m. Int. Dec 1879 in SE 04-3 Line
13. Parents were Edwin Sparks (1829-1891) and
Pricella Spurgeon (1832-1919) both born in Ohio.
Ref: #1 & #3.
DRUCKS, GEORGE I.
b. 1863, d. 20 Jan 1880, age 17y, the youngest son of
Frank and Rosa Drucks. Int. Jan 1880 in SE 05-1
Line 12. [FRANK DRUCKS] Parents were Frank
Drucks (1823-1904) born in Austria and Rosa
Drucks (1822-1878). Ref: #3
SPARKS, LENNIE (Infant)
b. 6 Nov 1877 Clark County, Washington, d. 9 Jan
1880, age 3y 2m 3d. Int. Jan 1880 in SE 04-5 Line
13. Parents were Edwin Sparks Sr. (1829-1891)
and Priscella Spurgeon (1832-1919). Ref: #1 & #3.
DRUCKS, ZETA
b. 9 May 1889, d. 25 Jan 1892 died of a spinal
disease, age 3y 4m 14d. Int. 26 Jan 1892 in SE 05
Line 12. [FRANK DRUCKS] Parents were J.E. &
A.B. Drucks. (no record of them) Ref: #3
SPARKS, LEO CHARLES
b. 2 Feb 1866 Delaware County, Iowa, d. 1941, age
75y. Int. 1941 in SE 04 Line 13. Married 29 Jun 1918
to Marian Clark. In 1937 he lived in Piedmont,
California. Parents were Edwin Sparks (1829-1891)
and Priscella Spurgeon (1832-1919) both born in
Ohio. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SE 06
SE 06 All bought 5/17/1877 by John Jacob Wintler
WINTLER, JOHN JACOB
b. 30 Jul 1837 Mollis, Switzerland, d. 28 Aug 1913,
age 76y 0m 29d, Int. 30 Aug 1913 in SE 06-4 Line
11). [KNAPP MORTUARY]. John Jacob Wintler
was a brother to Michael Wintler (1830-1880). John
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was married (1) to Lucy Jane Knight (1845-1877)
daughter of Dr. Joel Knight and Amelia Stewart and
(2) Sarah Butler (1851-1931). John J. Wintler was a
retired steamboat engineer and lived at 404 N. 10th
St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home of cirrhosis of the liver attended by Dr. Edward
F. Hixon of Vancouver. The funeral was 30 Aug
1913 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend H. S.
Templeton. Charged to wife Sarah B. Wintler.
Parents were Jacob Wintler and Anna Zwirli both
born in Switzerland. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
WINTLER, LUCY JANE
b. 1845 Van Buren County, Iowa, d. 15 May 1877
died of consumption, age 31y 5m 21d. Int. 16 May
1877 in SE 06 -1 Line 11 (has marker "Heaven's
Eternal Year Is Thine". (J.J. WINTLER). She was
married in Clark County, Washington Territory in
1865 as the 1st wife of John Jacob Wintler (18371913). Lucy had six children: (1) Marian A. (18661935) buried in family plot; (2) Lucy K. (1867-1877)
buried in family plot; (3) Michael S. (1868- ?) was a
harness maker in Pendleton, Oregon m. 20 Apr 1892
in Clark Co. Katie E. Nerton daughter of Thomas T.
Nerton and Elizabeth Lockin; (4) Clyde Knight (1871
- ?) m. 16 Jun 1897 Clark Co. Mary Effie Snodgrass
daughter of James A. Snodgrass and Esther A. Bone;,
(5) Ralph D.* (1872- ? was a saddler for the U.S.
Government in Alaska, Veteran of the Spanish
American War.) and (6) Walter W. Wintler (1875- ?)
m. Anna....was an automobile dealer in San Jose,
California. NOTE: Seven year old Lucy Jane Knight
had mumps when they started the trip across the
plains with her family Dr. Joel Knight and on 8 Aug
1853 while playing behind the wagon train she
became lost and wasn't missed. Fortunately a wagon
train in back of the Knights picked her up and
returned her to her family. Parents were Dr. Joel
Knight (1808-1867) born in Chuckfield, Sussex,
England and Amelia Stewart (1817-1896) Boston,
Massachusetts. S h e r e m a r r i e d ( a n u nhappy
marriage) to Louis Leiser. She is buried in alongside
of her first husband Dr. Joel Knight in the "Private"
Knight Cemetery along the Columbia River in
Camas. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870 & 1871 Census).
WINTLER, SARAH BUTLER
b. 16 Feb 1851, d. 31 Mar 1931, age 80y 1m 15d. Int.
3 A p r 1 9 3 1 i n S E 0 6 L i n e 1 1 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Widow of John Jacob Wintler as his
2nd wife (1837-1913), housewife, Presbyterian.
Lived at 404 West 10th St., Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington. She died at her son's home at
808 Gillette St., Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon. The funeral was 3 Apr 1931 1:30 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Lou Wallace Gade.
Children were: (1) Carl Butler (1879-1969) an
attorney in Portland, Oregon, married Marcia Bull,
(2) John Jacob Jr. (1882-1971) a pharmacist in
Portland, Oregon, (3) Clarence Henry * (1884-1972)
married Beatrice Weeks, WWI as the paymaster for
the U.S. Government at the Panama Canal, real estate
in Portland, Oregon, Masonic Lodge #4, Sons of the
American Revolution, a Stanford Alumni, manager
for Allis Chalmers Tractor in Portland, Oregon; and
(4) Ella B. Wintler (1885-1975) buried in family plot.
Ordered by daughter Miss Ella Wintler. Charged to
the estate. Parents were Sylvanus Butler and Mary
Ann Dodson both born in Kentucky. Ref: #1, #3,
#6 (1900 Census).
WINTLER, MARION
b. 27 Jul 1866 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 27 Nov 1935 of a gall bladder operation,
age 69y 4m 4d. Int. 30 Nov 1935 in SE 06 Line 11
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, photographer at
Lloyd's Studio in Portland, Oregon, lived at 414 West
10th St., Vancouver, Washington, died at the St.
Joseph Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. R.G. Gale of Vancouver.
The funeral was 30 Nov 1935 1 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend William Reece of Portland.
Ordered by Miss Ella Wintler and brothers Clyde
Wintler of Tacoma, Walter Wintler of Bend, Oregon,
John, Clarence and Carl Wintler all of Portland,
Oregon. Charged to Ella Wintler (1885 -1975).
Parents were John Jacob Wintler (1837-1913) born
in Switzerland and Lucy Jane Knight (1845-1877)
born in Van Buren County, Iowa. They are buried
in the Knight Private cemetery in Camas along the
Columbia River.) The family in 1853 crossed the
Oregon Trail with seven young children and Amelia
was pregnant with her eight. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6
(1870, 1871, 1880, & 1900 Census).
WINTLER, LUCY K.
b. Feb 1867 Washington, d. 29 Aug 1877, age 10y
6m. Int. 29 Aug 1877 in SE 06-2. Parents were John
Jacob Wintler and Lucy J. Knight. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1870, 1871 Census).
WINTLER, ELLA
b. 10 Aug 1885 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 17 Apr 1975 died of a stroke, age 89y
8m 7d. Int. 19 Apr 1875 in SE 0 6 -8 Line 11.
[KNAPP MORTUART]. Ella Wintler was single, a
school teacher and finally in 1938 was a State of
Washington legislature. Ella Wintler graduated in a
class of twelve from Vancouver High School in 1903.
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She taught school at Lake Shore, Charter Oak and at
Rock Creek in Clark County before entering the
University of Washington in Seattle and graduated in
1910. She taught German at Mt. Vernon, Washington
until 1916 then returned to Vancouver to teach at
Vancouver High School until her retirement in 1950.
In 1938, Ella entered politics and was elected State
Representative, a Republican, she served in the State
Legislature from 1938 to 1965 when she was
defeated by Dan Marsh in 1964. She was a member
of the Ft. Vancouver Historical Society, Eastern Star,
Vancouver Business and Professional Women's Club
and Delta Zeta Sorority. Parents were John Jacob
Wintler (1837-1913) born in Switzerland and
Sarah Butler (1851-1931) born in Missouri. Ref:
#2, #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 07
SE 07 All bought 7/23/1875 by E.P. Hamilton
HAYES, BONNIE A.
b. 30 Dec 1936, d. 15 May 1937, age 5m 15d of
thrombi cytopanic purpara (blood platelets disease).
Int. 17 May 1937 in SE 0 7 L i n e 5 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Lived at 1405 Kauffman St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at the
Clark County General Hospital in Vancouver
attended by Dr. Frank Borema of Vancouver. The
funeral was 17 May 1937 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend D.P.F. Johnson of Vancouver.
Ordered by and charged to parents. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. George Hayes. Ref: #3, & #4.
HAMILTON, EZRA P.
b. 27 May 1836 Maine, d. 24 Nov 1895 died of
consumption, age 59y 4m 27d. Int. 26 Nov 1895 in
SE 07 Line 10 (has marker "Father A precious one
from us is gone. A voice we loved is stilled. A place
is vacant in our home which never can be filled."
Married to Mary Elizabeth Matthews (1843-1912).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880
Census).
HAMILTON, MARY ELIZABETH
b. 12 Apr 1843 Cedar County, Iowa, d. 6 Mar 1912,
age 68y 10m 6d. Int. 8 Mar 1912 in SE 07 Line 10.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow of Ezra P.
Hamilton (1836-1895). She was married (1) Lewis
Clarkson Powell (1831-1910). They had in the 1871
Census (1) James "Jimmy" Powell (1862), (2)
Thomas (1867) and (3) Henry (1870). Note: They
must have divorced because he married (2) Mary
Virginia Miller and they are buried at Woodland
Cemetery. Mary Elizabeth married (2) Ezra P.
Hamilton (1836-1895) and they had in 1900 Census:
(4) Charles H. Hamilton (1877-1911 a tally man in a
sawmill in 1900 died in Albuquerque New Mexico)
buried in the family plot; and (5) Essie Hamilton
(1882- ? ) . Parents were John Harvey Matthews
(1804-1858) and Elizabeth Hatton (1813-1878) both
born in Kentucky. They crossed the Oregon Trail in
1852. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
HAMILTON, OLIVE ALMA
b. 22 Jun 1869, d. 11 Jul 1875, age 6y 19d. Int. Jul
1875 in SE 07 Line 10. (no record). Parents were
Ezra P. Hamilton (1836-1895) born in Maine and
Mary Elizabeth Matthews (1843-1912) born in
Iowa. Ref: #3 #6 (1870, 1871 Census).
HAMILTON, CHARLES H.
b. 1888, d. 16 Sep 1911 of TB, age 31 years. Int. 22
Sep 1911 in SE 07 Line 10 [KNAPP MORTUARY]
(has marker "Here Rests a Woodman of the World).
Lived at Albuquerque, Bernalillio County, New
Mexico, died in Albuquerque, New Mexico, doctor
was not listed but was from Albuquerque. Remains
were sent to Knapp for the funeral 22 Sep 1911 at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.E. Cause. Pall
Bearers were William E. Hamilton, Oscar Johnson,
Fred Preston, Rufus Dietrich, Henry Classan and
Eluies Borbeen. Charged to Mrs. Mary E. Hamilton
Parents were Ezra P. Hamilton (1836-1895 Maine)
and Mary Elizabeth Matthews (1843-1912 Iowa)
who are in the same Plot #7. Ref: #3, #4, #6 (1880
Census).
HAMILTON, PEARLE C.
b. Mar 1891 Clark County, Washington, d. 1 Oct
1891, age 7m. Int. 1 Oct 1891 in SE 07 Line 10. NO
RECORD [EZRA P. HAMILTON]. Parents were
Ezra P. Hamilton (1836-1895) and Mary Elizabeth
Matthews (1844-1912). Ref: #3
HAMILTON, EDWARD P.
b. 1871, d. 1932, age 61y, died in 1932 NO
RECORD. Int. 2 Oct 1891 in SE 07 Line 10. Parents
were Ezra P. Hamilton (1836-1895) born in Maine
and Mary Elizabeth Matthews (1843-1912) born in
Cedar County, Iowa. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
HAMILTON, FLORA J.
b. 16 Dec 1866 Washington Territory, d. 6 Nov 1889
cause was not listed, age 23y 20d. Int. 8 Nov 1889 in
SE 07 Line 10. (EDWARD P. HAMILTON). She
was not married. Parents were Ezra T. Hamilton
(1836-1895 Maine) and Mary Elizabeth Matthews
(1843-1912 Iowa}. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
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SE 08
SE 08 all bought 8/1875 by George Beatty
BEATTY, ADELAIDE STURGESS
b. 8 Jul 1810 New York, d. 23 Jul 1872, age 63y 23d.
Int. Jul 1872 in SE 0 8 L i n e 9 (has marker "In
Memory of Adelaide Beatty, Wife of George Beatty.
Gone but not forgotten. Mourners weep not. Her
spirit is with God." She was married (1) 29 Oct 1829
in Allegeny County, New York David Sturgess
(1797-1854 born in Saratoga County, New York) as
his 2nd wife. They came with a Wagon Train in 1847
from Illinois headed by Captain Cornelius Smith.
David Sturgis took out a Donation Land Claim of 650
acres and had a Claim of 478 acres (at Frenchman's
Bar) in the delta land of the east side of the Lewis
River. He was accidentally drowned with his son
John Sturgis in the Columbia River. Children were:
(1) Orville D. Sturgess (1830-1861 born in New
York) buried in Salmon Creek Cemetery) married
Mary Louise Goddard. Orville D. Sturgess served
under Captain William Kelly in the “Clark County
Rangers” during the Indian Wars She married (2)
Andrew Jackson (1834-1898 born in Allegeny
County, New York) Int. in SW 52 S/2 Line 4) who
married three times:(a) Susan Patterson (18391876)in NW 60-4 Line 16 she was the daughter Ira
Patterson and Martha Halstead, (b) married Rosa
Armstrong (1860-1885) buried at Pioneer Cemetery
in Clark County and (c) Anna M. Fields (1860-1885)
buried in Pioneer Cemetery. (3) David Sturgess Jr.*
(ca 1841 Illinois- ?) served under Captain William
Kelly in Indian Wars of 1855/56, (4) John M.
Sturgess (drowned in 1854 with his father David
Sturgess), and (5) Mary M. Sturgess born 1851 (she
inherited the land claim of her parents) married
Thomas J. Beatty, (1842-1920). He was related to
George Beatty. Adelaide Minton Sturgess married
(2) George Beatty, a bachelor who lived on an
adjoining Donation Land Claim (b. 1818 in Ireland
was a farmer in 1871- no record of date and when he
was buried). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. John Minton
(the uncle to President Herbert Hoover the 31st
President of the United States). John Minton was the
Captain of a 1844 Wagon Train which settled for
several months in Washoughal, Washington, later he
and his family settled in Newberg, Oregon. Ref: #1,
#3, #7-"Trail Breakers Vol. 16 No. 3 1989-90" by
Clark County Genealogical Society, Vancouver,
Washington.
BEATTY, THOMAS J.
b. Oct 1842 Illinois, d. 1 Nov 1920 of general
debility, age 78y. Int. Nov 1920 in SE 08 Line 9.
Married (1) 18 Oct 1869 in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington Territory Mary Sturgess (18511890) daughter of David Sturgess and Adelaide
(Minton) Sturgis Beatty. In the Clark County 1871
Census they lived with the George Beatty's and he
was a farmer. He and Mary had 7 children, Thomas J.
Beatty married (3) Etta J. Jordan. Parents were
James Beatty born in Ireland and Bathsheba Gans
born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1870, 1871,
1880 Census), #7 "Trail Breakers Vol. 16 No. 3
1989-90" by Clark County Genealogical Society,
Vancouver, Washington.
BEATTY, MARY M.
b. 11 Aug 1851, Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 15 Oct 1890 of consumption, age 39y 2m 4d, Int.
Oct 1890 in SE 0 8 Line 9. (GEORGE BEATTY).
She was married to Thomas J. Beatty (1842-1920),
had seven children all of whom were born in
Vancouver: (1) Bertha A. Beatty (1871 -1900)
unmarried, (2) James Edwin Beatty (1872-1873),
George Minton Beatty (1874-1976) married Maude
Alberta Rinehart, (4) "Maggie" May Beatty (18761904) married John G. Lewis, (5) Charles Thomas
Beatty(1879-1879), (6) Edmond Ray Beatty (18811885) and (7) Fred E. Beatty (1885-1958) married
Jessie V. Reynolds. Parents were David Sturgis
(1797-1854) bor n i n E a g l e , N e w Y o r k a n d
Adelaide (?) Minton (1810-1873) born in New
York. Ref: #1, #3, #6 Clark County. Washington
Territory Census 1870, 1871 & 1880 and #7 "Trail
Breakers Vol. 16 No. 3 1989-90" by Clark County
Genealogical Society, Vancouver, Washington.
BEATTY, BERTHA A.
b. 25 Aug 1871 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 12 Jul 1900, age 28y 10m
17d. Int. Jul 1900 in SE 08 Line 9. (GEORGE
BEATTY). Bertha Beatty was not married. Parents
were Thomas J. Beatty (1842-1920 born in New
York) and Mary M. Sturgis (1851-1890 born in
Clark County, Washington Territory). Ref: #1, #3
#7 "Trail Breakers Vol. 16 No. 3 1989-90" by Clark
County Genealogical Society, Vancouver,
Washington.
BEATTY, JAMES EDWIN
b. 17 Jul 1872 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 11 Aug 1873, age 1y 25d, no cause of death listed.
Int. Aug 1873 in SE 0 8 -5 L i n e 9 . ( GEORGE
BEATTY). Parents were Thomas J. Beatty (18421920 born in New York) and Mary M. Sturgess
(1851-1 8 9 0 b o r n i n Clark County Washington
Territory.) Ref: #1, #3, #7 "Trail Breakers Vol. 16
No. 3 1989 -90" by Clark County Genealogical
Society, Vancouver, Washington.
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LEWIS, MAGGIE
b. 17 Aug 1876, Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 8 Feb 1904, 27y 5m 22d
cause of death was not listed. Int. 9 Feb 1904 in SE
08 S/2 Line 9 (has marker- "Here is one who is
sleeping in faith and love, with hope that is treasured
in heaven above." Maggie Lewis was married to John
G. Lewis (b. Oct 1868 in Wales, a grocery salesman
owned his own home in Fruit Valley (Vancouver not buried in Vancouver City Cemetery), she was a
housewife. Parents were Thomas J. Beatty (b. Oct
1842 Illinois) and Mary M. Sturgess (1851-1890
Washington Territory). Ref: #1, #3 & # 6 (1900
Census).
BEATTY, EDMOND RAY
b. 29 Jan 1881 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 12 Dec 1883 died of a throat infection, age 2y 10m
13d. Int. 12 Dec 1885 in SE 0 8 L i n e 9 . [E.P.
HAMILTON] P a r e n t s w e r e Thomas J. Beatty
(1842-1920 born in New York) and Mary M.
Sturgess (1851-1 8 9 0 b o r n i n Clark County,
Washington Territory). Ref: #1, #3, #7 "Trail
Breakers Vol. 16 No. 3 1989-90" by Clark County
Genealogical Society, Vancouver, Washington.
BEATTY, INFANT
b . A ug 1895, d. 14 Oct 1895 Clark County,
Washington, infant-boy. Int. Oct 1895 in Potters
Field #69 or SE 08 Line 9. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
William Beatty. Ref: #3
IRWIN, BERTA
b. 1871, d, 12 Jul 1900, age 29y. Int. 13 Jul 1900 in
SE 08. [NO RECORD] Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
SE 09
SE 09 All bought 6/12/1874 by Ransom Powers
SE 09 S/2-1/4 bought by Nathan Morris
SE 10
SE 10 all bought 5/10/1876 by Joseph E. Durgan
SE 10 all of 1/4 bought 3/17/1904 by Lillie A. Lash
of Bloomington, Illinois
CRAWFORD, NORA MAE
b. Dec 1867 Illinois, d. 27 Mar 1959, age 92y 4m.
Int. 31 Mar 1959 in SE 10-1 Line 7. (LILLIE A.
LASH) [EVERGREEN FUNERAL HOME]. Nora
Mae Crawford was the widow of John Crawford
(1858- )not listed in a Cl ark County Cemetery.
Parents were not listed but both were born in
Ohio. Ref: #3.
SE 11
SE 11 All bought 3/29/1873 by Lewis Wallace
WALLACE, LEWIS
b. 1814 Canada, d. 15 Oct 1887 died of old age, age
7 3 y . I n t . 1 6 O c t 1 8 8 7 i n S E 1 1 L i n e 6 . (C.
WALLACE). He was married to Clarissa Durgan
(Oct 1822 New York) daughter of Joseph E.C.
Durgan Sr. and Judith Nancy Rowland. (Clarissa is
not listed in Vancouver City Cemetery). Lewis
Wallace was a farmer. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#1, #3.
BRANT, CLARA N.
b. 16 Sep 1857 Washington Territory, d. 15 Nov
1889 of heart failure, age 32y 1m 30d. Int. 17 Nov
1889 in SE 11 Line 6. (has marker "Wife of Joseph
A.C. Brant born Sep 16 1857 - died Nov 15 1889.
The sweet remembrance of the just, shall flourish
when they sleep in dust."). She was married 14 Nov
1879 in Clark County, Washington Territory to
Joseph Adolphus C. Brant (1854- who was a printer,
the son of Joseph Brant (1824-1872) and Louisa
Frances Burgett). Clara passed away suddenly; she
had six children: (1) Mary Adelaide Brant married
Robert Deacon Mills, (2) Charles Brant and (3)
William Brant and 2 more children. NOTE: Joseph
A.C. Brant married (2) Jessie O. Foster 16 May 1891.
Parents were J. Lewis Wallace (born about 18141887 Canada) and Clarissa Durgan (born 30 Oct
1822- ) New York) daughter of Joseph E.C. Durgan
and Judiah Nancy Rowland. Note: in the Clark
County 1870 Census Nancy Durgan was living with
the J. Lewis Wallace family.) Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870
Census).
JACKSON, JULIUS DANIEL
b. 19 Oct 1839, d. 19 Nov 1914 of chronic valvular
heart disease, age 75y 1m 0d. Int. 22 Nov 1914 in SE
11-1 L i n e 6 . [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Lucy (1849-1923), retired merchant, lived
at 1074 Cleveland Ave. Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon, died at home attended by Dr. B.M.
Backline of Portland. The funeral was 22 Nov 1914 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Thomas F.
May. Ordered by Miss Pearl Jackson. Charged to
wife Mrs. Lucy J. Jackson at home in Portland.
Parents were Philo Jackson and Sarah F. Hill both
born in Vermont. Ref: #3 & #4.
JACKSON, LUCY
b. 5 Mar 1849 New York, 29 Mar 1923 of erysipelas,
age 74y 0m 24d. Int. 31 Mar 1923 in SE 11-2 Line 6
[KNAPP MORTUARY] ( h a s m a r k er "Mother".
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Widow of Julius Daniel Jackson (1839-1914). She
was a housewife, lived at 1074 Cleveland Ave.
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home
attended by Dr. F.J. Laird located in the Morgan
Bldg. Portland. The funeral was 31 Mar 1923 3:30
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Charles H.
Powell. Charged to Mrs. A. Pfeifer. Parents were
James Carr born in England and Sarah Green
born in New York. Ref: #3, & #4.
JACKSON, FAYE J.
b. May 1870 Wisconsin, d. 18 Oct 1943 died of heart
failure, age 73y 5m. Int. 22 Oct 1943 in SE 11 Line
6. [LEWIS WALLACE whose wife was Clarissa
Durgan] [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]
Parents were Julius Jackson (1839-1914) and Lucy
Carr (1849-1923). Ref: #3.
KELLER, ANNA ELIZABETH
b. 3 Aug 1858, d. 21 Dec 1914 5 AM of
ichthyophobia rubiner (measles like - a hereditary
skin disorder marked by a thick and scaly skin
surface), age 56y 4m 18d. Int. 23 Dec 1914 in SE 117 Line 6. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She married, a
housewife, and a Lutheran, lived at 704 West 25th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. C. C. McCown of Vancouver. The
funeral was 23 Dec 1914 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend W.I. Eck. Pall Bearers were Messers
Luther, Johnson, Stutz, Durgan and Pert. Charged to
son E.F. Haney at home. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Benjamin Shower both born in Switzerland. Ref:
#3 & #4.
McIRVIN, WILLIAM SMITH *
b. 9 Mar 1838 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, d.
22 May 1887. Int. May 1887 in SE 11 Line 10. He
was married 11 Sep 1859 Mary Jane Fox (1841-1872
born in Illinois- probably a daughter of Peter and
Sarah Fox in 1871 for they lived on the next farm.
NOTE: Jim Fox was her brother, he served in the
Army and was a buddy to William Smith McIrvin),
Civil War Vet Washington Territory Pvt. Co. H IBN
Infantry, farmer. Children were: (1) Marion Edward
(1860-1948 born in Putnam County Missouri) m.
Ella May Lewis in 1882, the rest of the children were
born in Washington Territory: (2) Samuel Everett
(1861-1956 born in Walla Walla) m. Ida Mae Woolf
24 Jun 1883; (3) Amanda Ellen (1863-1936 Walla
Walla) m. 1892 Henry Carrington); (4) Virginia Bell
(1864-1883 Walla Walla) m. 1882 John F. Boone; (5)
William Washington (1866-1942 Vancouver) m. 28
Dec 1890 Mary Emma Gerow, (6) Florence (18671867); (7) Emmett John (1869-1921 Battle Ground)
m. 1894 Flora Belle Truesdell; (8) Watt Ellsworth
(1870-1921 Battle Ground) m. Edith Harriet Kemp
and (9) Infant girl (1872-dy). Note: William Smith
McIrvin married in 1870 (2) Martha ( ) and had
three more children. Parents were Edward McIrvin
(1819-1 8 8 6 b o r n i n
Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania and and Mary Ellen Smith (1818-2
Mar 1866) born in Pennsylvania both was buried in
Salmon Creek Methodist Cemetery. They came out
in a "prairie schooner drawn by oxen in 1860 to be
with their son William Smith McIrvin who was living
in Battle Ground, Washington Territory. Ref: #1, #3,
#6 (1870, 1871 Census).
SE 12
DURGAN, JOSEPH E.C. Jr.
b. 1 Feb 1827 Monroe County, New York, d. 18 Mar
1898 of paralysis, age 71y 1m 17d. Int. 21 Mar 1898
in SE 12 Line 5. (has marker "Our Beloved"). He
married (1) Catherine Amidon (1833-1871). Joseph
Durgan Jr. married (2) Frances L. Bailey Speas
(1848-1937) her child was: Minnie May Durgan (b.
1886 Clark Co.) m. 1903 Harry R. Ackerman.
(Frances Durgan married 3rd E.M. Beck). Joseph
Durgan Jr. was a farmer, County Merchant of a
butcher shop in Vancouver with 2nd wife Frances in
the Clark County 1880 Census, Joseph and Frances
L. Bailey Speas Durgan lived with his daughter and
her husband, Minerva and Albert Kersey and
grandson Herbert D. Kersey. He and first wife,
Catherine Amidon and son Simeon (1850-1923)
crossed the Oregon Trail in 1854 also in the party
were his father and mother and several of his sisters
and brothers. Parents were Joseph E.C. Durgan Sr.
(1789-1 8 6 6 ) b o r n i n S t r a f f o r d C o u n t y N e w
Hampshire and Judiah "Nancy" Rowland (17981871) born in Rensselear County, New York
buried in SE 12. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1850/60, 1870, 1880
Census.)
DURGAN, CATHERINE
b. 9 Dec 1830 Ohio/Illinois, d. 1 Jan 1877, age 47y
0m 2d. Int. Jan 1877 in SE 12 Line 5 (has marker
"Shed not for them the bitter tear nor give your hearts
to vain regret, T'is but the casket that lie here, the
gem that filled them sparkle yet. Married 13 Feb
1849 in McHenry County, Illinois as the first wife of
Joseph E.C. Durgan Jr., housewife. Her children
were: (1) Simon D. (1850-1923 Illinois) m. 1877
Georginna N. Nye both buried in NW 150 Line 8; (2)
Clara Jane (1852-1877 Illinois died at Cape Horn,
Washington; (3) Mariette Marguerite (1855-1873
W a s h i n g t o n ) ; ( 4 ) M i n e r v a E l l e n ( 1 8 5 8 -1881
Washington) m. Albert H. Kersey buried in SE 18
Line 2; and (5) Susan (1860- Washington) m. as his
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2nd wife Grant H. Short buried in Washougal
Cemetery. Parents were named "Amidon". Ref: #1,
#3, & #6 (1860 Census).
DURGAN, CLARA J.
b. 1 Nov 1852 Illinois, d. 23 Nov 1877, age 25y 0m
22d, no cause of death listed, died at Cape Horn,
Skamania County, Washington. Int. Nov 1877 in SE
12 Line 5. Parents were Joseph E.C. Durgan Jr.
(1827-1 8 9 8 ) b o r n i n N e w Y o r k a n d Catherine
Amidon (1830-1877) born in Illinois. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1860 Census).
DURGAN, MARIETTE MARGUERITE
b. 15 Feb 1855 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 28 Aug 1873, age 18y 5m 13d, no cause of death
listed. Int. Aug 1873 in SE 12 Line 5. Parents were
Joseph E.C. Durgan Jr. (1827-1898) born in New
York and Catherine Amidon (1830-1877) born in
Illinois. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860 Census).
KERSEY, MINERVA ELLEN
b. 23 Dec 1858 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 17 Oct 1881 of consumption, age 22y 9m 20d. Int.
Oct 1881 in SE 12-5 Line 5. [J.E.C. DURGAN]. He
had one son, Herbert Kersey (1879-1893). In the
1880 Clark County Census Minerva's father Joseph
E.C. and step-mother Frances lived with the Kerseys.
Parents were Joseph E.C. Durgan Jr. (1827-1898)
New York and Catherine Amidon (1830-1877). Ref:
#1, #3, #6 (1860, 1880, 1900 Census).
KERSEY, HERBERT D.
b. 6 Aug 1879, d. 12 Aug 1893 drowning accident,
age 14y 6d. Int. 14 Aug 1893 in SE 12 Line 5 (has
marker "Loving Remembrance of Herbert D.
Kersey". He was a student. Parents were Albert H.
Kersey and Minerva Ellen Durgan. Ref: #1, #3 #6
(1880 Census).
WOOD, MARY E.
b. 24 Feb 1843 Missouri, d. 21 Feb 1915 of senility,
age 71y 11m 27d. Int. 23 Feb 1915 in SE 12-6, Line
15. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married to
James Wood born Aug 1842 Missouri (his parents
were both born in Kentucky) he was a farm laborer
and rented his home in 1900 Census). Mary was a
housewife, a Methodist, lived at 951 Garfield Ave.
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon., died at home
attended by Dr. H.C. Jefferds of the Stevens Bldg.
Portland, Oregon. The funeral was 23 Feb 1915 1 PM
at Methodist Church with Reverend W. T. Randolph.
Charged to daughter Florence Lorain/Mrs. Frank
Laver 245 Skidmore St. Portland, Oregon and her
husband, James T. Wood. Her children were: (1)
Charles Wood 6019 Homewood Ave. Oakland,
California; (2) Calvin Wood of Ridgefield, Clark
County, Washington; (3) Albert Wood 625 Buchanan
St. St. Johns, Oregon; and (4) L.L. Wood of Portland
Oregon (an elevator man in charge of the Cane Bldg).
(5) Florence Lorain (Mrs. Frank England Laver) P.O.
Box 166 Long Beach, Washington and granddaughter
Rose Iva Laver (Mrs. Louis Stanis Dalton) 951
Garfield Ave. Portland Oregon. Parents were Noah
McDonald b. Scotland and mother's....Jones. Ref:
#1, #3, #4, #6 (1900 Census).
SE 13
SE 13 all bought 9/7/1878 by Mrs. (Erma Schubel)
Patrick Kanese 13 N/2 bought 1/4 bought 1903 by
Mrs. S.O. Kalstead
KANE, PATRICK MICHAEL
b. 13 Aug 1834 County Tipperary, Ireland, d. 6 Sep
1878, age 44y 24d, called "Michael". Int. Sep 1878 in
SE 1 3 -2 L i n e 4 [MRS. PATRICK KANE]. (has
marker "A native of County Tipperary, Ireland
August 13, 1834 died September 6 1878 "May The
Lord have mercy on his soul". Married to Annie
Flanagan (ca 1846-1899) born in Ireland buried at St.
Mary of Guadaloupe Catholic Church at Pioneer,
Clark County, Washington as is others of the Kane
family. Emigrated to the United States in 1852.
Belonged to the Knights of Columbus. His brothers
also of Clark County, were Martin Kane who married
Nora ( ), James (who was a soldier); Thomas
Francis Kane (1838-1927) born in Ireland who
married Mary Ellen ( ) (1846-1899) they are buried
in St. Mary of Guadaloupe- they had a son Joseph
Kane (1874-1962) who married Mary H. Parmantier
they are buried at St. James Acres. Erected by his
wife Annie Kane (Flanagan) Kane in 1879. Parents
were Patrick Kane and Mary Ellen O'Brien (1810) both born in Ireland. Ref: #2, #3, & #6 (1870,
1871 Census).
KOLSTAD, SAMUEL O.
b. 7 Nov 1863 Norway, d. 26 Nov 1903 died of
appendicitis., age 40y 19d. Int. Nov 1903 in SE 13
N/2 Line 4 [MRS. P. KANE] (has a marker "Tho lost
to sight, to memory dear. Here rests a Woodman of
the World." He was married to Jennie L. ( ) Kolstad
(b. 1867-1949 in Illinois). Samuel was naturalized
citizen in 1882, he was a steam sawyer, He had a son
Arthur Kolstad born in Minnesota Apr 1893. Parents
were not listed but were born in Norway. Ref: #3
& #6 (1900 Census).
YOUNG, JENNIE KOLSTAD
12
b. Oct 1867 Illinois, d. 28 Nov 1949, age 82y 1m. Int.
30 Nov 1949 in SE 13-8 Ashes. [MRS. P. KANE)
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] Married (1)
Samuel O. Kolstad, (2) (....) Young. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
YOUNG, JAMES H.
b. 15 May 1881 Pennsylvania, d. 24 Nov 1929 died
of paralysis, 48y 6m 9d, Int. 30 Nov 1929 in SE 13
Line 4. [MRS. J. YOUNG] [LIMBER FUNERAL
HOME]. Parents were not listed, but mother was
Jennie ( ) Kolstad Young. Ref: #3 & #5.
SE 14
SE 14 all bought 7/31/1869 by Arthur Cornwall
SE 15
SE 15 all bought 3/11/1869 by Carmen Louis
LAMBERT, GEORGE T.
b. 20 Mar 1805 New York, d. 17 Apr 1885 cause not
listed, age 80y 28d. Int. Apr 1885 in SE 15-6 Line 2
(has marker "The Lord is my Sheperd". George
Lambert was a farmer, brick and stone mason.
Married (1) Hannah Snover (1818-1872) and (2)
Mary ( ). He and his wife Hannah (Snover) Lambert
crossed the Oregon Trail in 1852. He had a Donation
Land Claim. Parents were not listed but his father
was born in New York and his mother in New
Jersey. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870, 1871, & 1880
Census).
LAMBERT, HANNAH
b. 19 Dec 1818 New Jersey, d. 31 Jul 1872, age 54y
7m 12d, Int. Aug 1872 in SE 15-8 Line 2. Married
about 1832 to George T. Lambert. Came to Clark
County Washington Territory before 1860. Parents
were named "Snover". Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870,
1871 Census).
CAMPBELL, HERMAN L.
b. Feb 1868 Clark County, Washington, d. 25 Oct
1955 of acute peritonitis, age 87y. Int. 28 Oct 1955 in
SE 15-1 Line 2. Parents were William B. Campbell
(1841-1904) Illinois (son of John A. Campbell and
Mary Tanner who came to Clark County in 1854 with
their children) and Sarah E....Campbell (1848-1913)
born in Pennsylvania buried in Sifton Cemetery in
Vancouver. Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
MORSE, EDWIN L.
b. Mar 1867 Pennsylvania, d. 10 Aug 1953 of heart
failure, age 86y 4m.. Int. 14 Aug 1953 in SE 15-4
Line 2. (L. CORMEN) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL] Married to Melissa L. ( ) Morse (18641944). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
MORSE, MELISSA L.
b. Aug 1864 Washington Territory, 20 Jun 1944, died
of heart failure. Int. 23 Jun 1944 in SE 15-4 Line 2.
(L. C O R M E N ) [ V A N C O U V E R F U N E R A L
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 16
SE 16 All bought 3/18/1868 by Anton Young
YOUNG, ANTOINE/ANTON
b. 29 Mar 1838 Hesse Germany, d. 29 Nov 1904, age
66y 8m 0d, Int. Nov 1904 in SE 16 Line 1. Married
to (1) Augusta (1848-1867) and (2) Elizabeth (18471888), Antoine Young was a brewer and came to the
United States in 1856. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#1, #3 & #6 (1871 & 1880 Census).
YOUNG, ELIZABETH
b . 2 7 J a n 1 8 47 Germany, d. 29 Apr 1888 of
pneumonia, age 41y 3m 2d. Int. May 1888 in SE 16
Line 1. She was married to Anton Young (18381904), a housewife. Children were born in
Washington Territory: (1) Louisa b. 1872, (2) Annie
b. 1875, (3) William b. 1878 and (4) Edward b. 1878.
Parents were not listed but were born in
Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1871 & 1880 Census).
YOUNG, AUGUSTA
b. 16 Jul 1848 Germany, d. 25 Aug 1867 no cause of
death was listed, age 19y 1m 9d. Int. Aug 1867 in SE
16-2 Line 1. She was the 1st wife of Anton Young
(was related to Phillip "Henry" Christ). Her child by
Antoine Young was Elizabeth Young (1865-1865).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #1 & #3.
YOUNG, ELIZABETH
b. 29 Jun 1865 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 19 Oct 1865, 4m 20d, Child. Int. Oct 1865 in SE
16 Line 1. Parents were Anton Young (1838-1904)
and Augusta (1848-1867) both born in Germany.
Ref: #3, #6 (1880 Census).
YOUNG, BESSIE
b. 25 Apr 1888 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 29 Nov 1889, age 1y 7m 4d. Int. Dec 1889 in SE
16 Line 1. Parents were Anton Young (1838-1904)
and Elizabeth ( ) (1847-1888). Ref: #3
YOUNG, EDWARD
b. 31 Jul 1877 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 8 Jun 1897 cuae of death was not listed, age 19y
11m 22d. Int. Jun 1897 in SE 16 Line 1. Parents
13
w e r e Anton Young (1838-1 9 0 4 ) a n d Elizabeth
(1847-1888). Ref: #3.
YOUNG, INFANT
b. ? Jul 1887, d. 30 Nov 1889, age 28 months, (Child
may have been Bessie Young). Int. 30 Nov ?, in SE
16 Line 1. Parents were Anton Young (1838-1904)
and Elizabeth (1847-1888) both born in Germany.
Ref: #3.
YOUNG, LAURA BLANCH
b. Sep 1883 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
12 Apr 1927 , age 44y 6m. Int. 29 May 1927 in SE
16-7 Line 1 Ashes. Parents were Anton Young
(1838-1904) and Elizabeth (1847-1888). Ref: #3.
YOUNG, ANTON Jr.
b. Oct 1885 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
24 Sep 1965 of anemia, age 79y 11m. Int. 18 Oct
1965 in SE 16-3 Line 1. Parents were Anton Young
Sr. (1838-1904) and Elizabeth (1847-1888) both
born in Germany. Ref: #3.
STANDCAMPT, AMELIA
b. 1849, d. 10 Feb 1916 died from chronic carditis,
age 67y. Int. 12 Feb 1916 SE 16 Line 1. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
MADSEN, JUSTIN EDWARD
b. 12 Dec 1907, d. 10 May 1910 of pneumonia and
whooping cough, age 2y 4m 29d. Int. 11 May 1910 in
SE 16 Line 1 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (no marker-no
record). He lived 404 Columbia St. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
J.T. Guerin of Vancouver. The funeral was 11 May
1910 at the English Lutheran Church with Reverend
W.I. Eck. Charges were not listed. Pall Bearers were
James Webber, Dewey Crowley, Willie Crowley and
Ruel White. (Justin may have been a child or
grandchild of Thomas Madsen b. Jun 1848 in
Denmark who was a farm laborer and rented his
house, his parents were born in Denmark and Lena
Madsen born Jul 1867 Wisconsin -her parents were
born in Denmark. Their children were Elma M. (Sep
1884 Wisconsin), Lillian C. (Jun 1887 Wisconsin),
George H. (Mar 1889 Wisconsin) and Agnes L. (Oct
1897 Washington) Parents were not listed, but it
may be George Masen and his wife. Ref: #4 & #6
(1900 Census).
SE 17
SE 17 All bought 3/18/1868 by Michael Wintler
WINTLER, MICHAEL
b. 19 Jan 1830 Canton Calrus, Switzerland, d. 29 Dec
1880 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. Int. in
SE 17 Line 1 his last word were" God Save Me."
[SELF]. Married to Albertina E. Indemauer in
Buffalo, New York, they crossed the Isthmus of
Panama in 1854 and settled for a while at Parkers's
Landing in Washougal,Clark County, Washington.
He was a farmer, merchant in both Washougal and
Vancouver; he owned the Vancouver Water Works,
built a three story mansion at the corner of 12th &
Washington Streets in Vancouver which was a show
place in the city. He retired by the year 1870.
Michael Wintler had a brother John (1837-1913) who
married Lucy Knight, they are buried in SE 6 line 11
and a sister was Margaret (Wintler) Jaggy (18261913 wife of John Jaggy) who also lived in
Vancouver; they are buried in SE 98 Line 15.
Parents were Jacob Wintler and Anna Zwirli both
born in Switzerland. Ref: #2, #3 #6 (1880 Census).
WINTLER, ALBERTINA E.
b. 1830 Switzerland, d. 6 May 1916 of pneumonia,
age 86y. Int. May 1916 in SE 17 Line 1. Came to the
United States in 1845, married Michael Wintler in
Buffalo, New York, crossed the Isthmus of Panama
to San Francisco, had two children born there (1)
Anna F. (1854-1920), (2) Albertina W. Wintler
(1856-1912) who is buried in NW 63 Line 14. In
1858 the Wintlers moved to Washougal, Washington
where three more children were born: (3) Jacob R.
Wintler (1858-1927) who is buried in SW 88 Line 8,
(4) Marie/Mary Wintler 1869-1949), (5) Francis
Wintler (1863-1864), (6) Jessie Wintler (1868-1869);
and then the Wintlers moved to Vancouver where the
last three children were born: (7) Emma Elsie Wintler
(1872-1955), (8) Katherine "Kate" Wintler (18741964) and (9) Ruth Wintler (1878-1951). Parents
w e r e n a m e d "Indemauer" b o t h b o r n i n
Switzerland. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
WINTLER, MARIE
b. 31 Mar 1861 Washougal, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 26 Feb 1949 of heart
failure, age 87y 11m 26d. Int. Feb 1949 in SE 171&2 Line 1. (H. DANIELS) [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. P a r e n t s w e r e Michael Wintler
(1830-1880) and Albertina E. Indemauer (18301916) both born in Switzerland. Ref: #2 #3 #4 & #6
(1880 Census).
WINTLER, FRANCIS S.
b. 17 Mar 1863 Washougal, Clark County,
Washington, d. 5 Apr 1864, age 1y 22d. Int. Apr
1864 in SE 17-4 Line 1. Parents were Michael
Wintler (1830-1880) and Albertina E. Indemauer
14
(1830-1916) both born in Switzerland. Ref: #2, #3
& #6 (1880 Census).
E. Indemauer (1830-1916) born in Switzerland.
Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
WINTLER, JESSIE
b. 27 Aug 1868 Washougal, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 8 Mar 1869, age 6m 19d.
Int. Mar 1868 in SE 17-4 Line 1 (has marker "Suffer
little children to come unto me and forbid them not
for of such is the Kingdom of God." The Michael
Wintler’s had another daughter named Jessie
Margaret born Aug 27 1870 that was 10 years old in
the 1880 Census. Parents were Michael Wintler
(1830-1880) and Albertina E. Indemauer (18301916) both born in Switzerland. Ref: #3 & #6
(1880 Census).
BURDICK, ADIN
b. 1876 Wisconsin, d. 1 Nov 1923 at Centralia of
heart failure, age 43y. Int. 2 Nov 1923 in SE 17-5
Line 1 (M. Wintler Plot has marker)[STICKLIN
UNDERTAKING CO. - Centralia, WA.]( He married
12 Sep 1912 to Ruth Wintler (1878-1951). They lived
in Centralia, Lewis County, Washington. The funeral
3 Nov 1923 1:00 PM at Centraliia, the clergy was not
listed. Body sent to Vancouver by Sticklin
Undertaking Co. of Centralia, Washington. Charged
to Sticklin Undertaking Co. Parents were Frank H.
Burdick born in Wisconsin and Lydia J. Niles born
in Canada. Ref: #2, #3, #4.
WINTLER, JESSIE MARGARET
b. 1870 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 1946 no cause listed, age 76y. Int. 1946
in SE 17 Line 1. Parents were Michael Wintler
(1830-1880) and Albertina E. Indemauer (18301916) both born in Switzerland. Ref: #3 & #6
(1880 Census).
WINTLER, EMMA ELSIE
5 Jan 1872 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 27 Apr 1955, age 83y 3m 22d. Int. 31
May 1955 in SE 17-1 Line 1 ashes. Parents were
Michael Wintler (1830-1880) and Albertina E.
Indemauer (1830-1916) both born in Switzerland.
Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
WINTLER, KATIE
b. Jul 1873 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
19 Sep 1964, age 90y 8m. Int. Sep 1964 in SE 17-6
Line 1 Ashes. (WINTLER FAMILY) [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Married (1) 20 Apr 1892 to Michael
S. Wintler Jr. (1868-? not buried in the Wintler Plot;
may be buried in Pendleton, Oregon where he was a
harness maker) and (2) Dan Zigler (not buried in
Vancouver City Cemetery). Katie & Michael Wintler
had a son Wallace J/D Wintler born 19 Apr 1907 in
Vancouver, Washington. Parents were Thomas T.
Nerton (1822-1882 ) and Elizabeth Lockin (18331897) both born in England and buried in Sifton
Cemetery in Vancouver, Washington. Ref: #2, #3, #6
(1880 & 1900 Census).
BURDICK, RUTH WINTLER
b. Nov 1878 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 31 Aug 1951 of a cerebral hemorrhage.
Int. Sep 1951 in SE 17 Line 1. Widow of Adin
Burdick (1876-1923). They had daughter Lydia
Burdick. Parents were Michael Wintler (1830-1880)
born in Canton Calrus Switzerland and Albertina
SE 18
SE 18 All bought 8/5/1872 by G.G. Lambert
KERSEY, ALBERT HERBERT
b. 25 Feb 1850 Indiana, d. 25 Nov 1941 died senile,
age 91y 9m. Int. 27 Nov 1941 in SE 18-1 Line 2. [S.
WRIGHT] [SWANK - Camas, WA.] He was married
(1) Minerva Ellen Durgan (1858-1881 daughter of
Joseph E.C. Durgan and Frances Bailey Speas),
married (2) Clara E. Wright (daughter of Stephen
Wright and Emily Durgan daughter of Joseph E.C.
Durgan Sr. and Judah Nancy Rowland), carpenter,
owned 21 acre farm. Parents were not listed, but
his father was born in North Carolina and his
mother in Pennsylvania. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880
Census).
KERSEY, CLARA E.
b. 1 Mar 1863 Iowa, d. 10 Jul 1928, age 65y 4m 9d.
Int. 12 Jul 1928 in SE 18-2 Line 2. She was married
(1) 26 Feb 1878 Clark County, Washington Territory
to John C. Stoops and (2) Albert Kersey ca 1885
(1850-1941), a housewife. Had children born in Clark
County, Washington: (1) Claude (1885),(2) Mabel
(1888), (3) Edith (1890), and (4) Clark Kersey
(1892). Parents were Stephen Wright ( ) and Emily
Durgan (1824-1876) both born in New York. Ref:
#1, #3, #6 (1900 Census).
KERSEY, EDGAR A.
b. Feb 1880 Oregon, d. 7 Nov 1955 died of a cerebral
vascular occlusion, age 75y 9m. Int. 9 Nov 1955 in
SE 18-3 Line 2. (E.H. KERSEY) [A.J. ROSE & SON
MORTUARY -Portland] Parents were Albert M.
Kersey and Minerva Ellen Durgan. Ref: #1 #3.
WRIGHT, EMILY
15
b. 14 Jan 1824 New York, d. 26 Feb 1876, age 52y
1m 12d. Int. Feb 1876 in SE 18-4 Line 2. Married to
Stephen Wright (1825- ). Children were: (1) Stephen
(b. 1847), (2) Alonzo (b. 1849), (3) George (b. 1855),
(4) David (b.1859),(5) James (1862) and (6) Clara
1863. Parents were Joseph E.C. Durgan Sr. (17891866) and Judith Nancy Rowland (1798-1871).
They came with their family on 1854 Wagon Train.
They are buried in NW 57 Line 13. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1900 Census).
SE 19
SE 19 All bought by Mrs. (Elizabeth) D.L. Russell.
GINDER, WILLIAM *
b. 4 Jan 1815 Clinton County, Ohio, d. 16 Jul 1890,
age 75y 6m 12d. Int. Jul 1890 in SE 19 Line 3. (Mrs.
O.L. OLSON). He was married (1) 6 Sep 1837 to
Lucinda Evans who had 5 children and died in 1850
after the birth son, Gilbert; She was the daughter of
David Evans and Nancy Greer; William Ginder
married (2) 19 Dec 1850 at Polk County, Iowa to
Louisa Almeda Powers Bowers (1827-1881 born at
Buffalo, New York and buried at Baker, Oregon. She
was the widow of Andy Bowers with whom she had
3 children. William and Louisa Ginder joined an
1852 wagon train headed for Oregon which included
William's 4 children (NOTE: the baby Gilbert, son of
Lucinda Evans, was left with relatives), Louisa's 3
children, her father, David Powers and his wife who
had 8 children besides Louisa. They got down the
Columbia River by taking the steamboat
"Multnomah" to Portland where the family stayed
while William looked for property in the meantime
he worked, earned a living by hewing timbers with
his broadaxe, at which he was an expert. In 1854
William Ginder took out a Donation Claim in Clark
County of 291.15 acres along the Lewis River.
William fought in the Indian Uprising in 1854/55,
farmed his land until 1861 when that year he lost his
crop in the cold weather and the flooding which
followed. The family then moved to Cascade, Oregon
where William Ginder worked for a steamboat
company as a contractor on the portage around the
rapids. Afterwards he worked for the Hidden Brick
Company in Vancouver, was a jailer at the Clark
County Jail, he was at one time a surveyor and the
supervisor of Vancouver Road District, became a
probate Judge and then he became Vancouver City
Auditor. After his wife Louisa died in 1881, William
married (3) Hannah J. Gilliland Field, the widow of
Daniel Field. Parents were J a c o b G i n d e r and
Elizabeth Pendry from Pennsylvania. Ref: #1, #3,
#6 (1871 & 1880 Census).
RUSSELL, ELIZABETH
b. May 1842 Indiana, d. 1 Sep 1923 died of senility,
age 81y 3m. Int. 5 Sep 1923 in SE 19-3 Line 3. She a
widow who married (1) 10 Oct 1858 Ezra Durgan
(1833-1871); they had 5 children:(a) William Charles
(1859-1938 who married Jessie Wirt Nye, (b) Ida
(1862-1865), (c) Mary "Molly" Esther (1863-1886
married William Shepard, (d) Francis "Frank" Henry
(1866-1943 married Florence Ann Devine and (e)
Hattie Belle (1869-1913 married John Ough Jr.
Elizabeth married (2) 20 Sep 1879 David L. Russell
(b. 20 Jun 1835- 22 Aug 1913 West Virginia) who is
buried in Washougal Cemetery); He had married in
1860 in Missouri as first wife, Nancy Ann Bybee and
they had 2 children. He was a dairy farmer who
owned 19 acres of land in Washougal, Clark County,
Washington. Parents were William Ginder (18151890) born in Ohio and (3rd wife) Louisa Almeda
Powers. Ref: #1, #2, #3, #4, #6 (1860, 1870, 1880
Census).
DURGAN, EZRA
b. 26 Feb 1833 Medino County, Ohio, d. Apr 1871
(Easter Sunday), died of blood poisoning from a
wound, attended by a doctor from the Vancouver
Barracks, age 38y. Int. Apr 1871 in SE 19-2 Line 3.
(Mrs. ELIZABETH (DURGAN) RUSSELL). Ezra
Durgan was a blacksmith. He married in Apr 1858
Elizabeth Ginder, daughter of William Ginder and
Lucinda Evans, Ezra and Elizabeth Durgan had 5
children. Ezra Durgan crossed the plains with his
parents in a covered wagon in 1854. Elizabeth
married (2) David L. Russell. Parents were Joseph
D u r g a n (1789-1 8 6 6 ) b o r n i n S t a f f o r d , C o o s
County, New Hampshire and his 2nd wife married
1821 Judiah Nancy Rowland (1798-1871) born in
Rensseler County, New York. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1850/1860, 1870, 1871 Census).
CAPLES, CATHERINE/"KATE" Mc ANDREW
SHELTON
b. 1865 Clark County, Washington, d. Jan 1897 of
nervous prostration, age 32y. The funeral and Int. 4
J a n 1 8 9 7 i n SE 19 Line 3 . (MRS. DAVID L.
RUSSELL- who was Elizabeth Ginder Durgan
Russell). Catherine Mc Anrew married 12 Feb 1887
in Vancouver to Douglas Caples. Parents were
Alexander Mc Andrew born 10 Oct 1837 Scotland
came to Clark County Washington on the ship
"Pekin" in 1851, he was a County Surveyor
(surveyed the City of Washougal, Washington - d (?)
not listed in a cemetery) and Amanda Shobert b. 2
Jun 1837 Pennsylvania-20 Dec 1914 buried at
Ridgefield Cemetery (Amanda was the daughter of
Frederick Shobert and Catherine C. Mace. Note: in
16
the 1871 Census living with them a Catherine
McAndrew age 10y born in Washington Territory).
Ref: #1, #3, #4.
SHEPHERD, WILLIAM
b. May 1863 Scotland, d. 17 Jun 1945 died of heart
failure, age 81y 11m. Int. 21 Jun 1945 in SE 19-5
Line 3. (David L. Russell) [FINLEY MORTUARY Portland, Oregon.] He was married 19 Apr 1886
Clark County, Washington Territory Mary "Molly"
Esther Durgan daughter of Ezra Durgan and
Elizabeth Ginder. Parents were not listed but were
born in Scotland. Ref: #1, #3 & #5.
SHEPHERD, MARY "MOLLY" ESTHER
b. 27 Dec 1863 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 29 May 1930 died of cancer, age 66y 7m 2d. Int.
21 Jun 1930 in SE 19-5 Line 3. (D.L. Russell stepfather) [FINDLEY MORTUARY - Portland,
Oregon.]. She was married 19 Apr 1886 Clark
County, Washington Territory to William Shepherd
(1863-1945). Parents were Ezra Durgan (18331871) born in Medino County, Ohio and Elizabeth
Ginder (1842-1923) born in Indiana, (she married
(2) David L. Russell). Ref: #1, #3, #5, & #6 (1870 &
1871 Census).
DURGAN, IDA
b. 19 Dec 1862 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 11 Feb 1865, of burns when
her long dress caught fire when she came too close to
an open fireplace, age 3y 3m 2d. Int. Feb 1865 in SE
19-1 Line 3. Child was born and died in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington Territory. Parents were
E z r a D u r g a n (1833-1 8 7 1 ) b o r n i n O h i o a n d
Elizabeth Ginder (1842-1923) born in Indiana. Ref:
#1, #3.
CUTTINGHAM, MARIA
b. 1839, d. 30 Jun 1907, age 68y 5m. Int. in SE 19
Line 3. (Mrs. D.L. RUSSELL). She was married (1)
5 Jun 1861 J.E.W. Cuttingham (b. 1830 Maryland
and was a carpenter in Clark County, Washington
Territory 1850/1860 Census - They were not married
at that time). She was an older sister of Elizabeth
(Ginder) Durgan. Parents were William Ginder
(1815-1890) born in Ohio and (1st wife Lucinda
Evans (1827-1850). Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1850/1860
Census).
SE 20
SE 20 All bought 6/12/1871 Sgt. Montieth resold
3/3/1883 to Lan Ernst.
SE 21 All bought 7/1878 by John Holtman
HOLTMAN, ANDREW/ANTONE
b. 5 Dec 1819 Prussia/Germany, d. (?) probably died
after 1866. Int. in SE 21 Line 5 (has marker "Our
Father"). Widower of (?) in 1870. The father of John
Holtman (1848-1902 who married Minnie Kettler
both are buried in Sifton Cemetery), Peter (18561886) and Mary (1863- ). Parents were not listed,
but were born in Prussia. Ref: #2, #3 #6 listed as
Antone Holman in Clark County Washington
Territory 1870 Census.
HOLTMAN, PETER
b. 1856 Prussia/Germany, d. 25 Mar 1886 by
drowning, age 30y. Int. 17 Apr 1886 in SE 21-7 Line
5. (JOHN HOLTMAN). Peter Holtman was an older
brother to John Holtman. Parents were Andrew
Holtman (1819- ?) born in Germany and his wife.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
FILDER, IRENE
b. (?), d. Sep 1905, no cause of death listed. Int. 18
Sep 1905 in SE 21 Line 5. (JOHN HOLTMAN)
Parents were not listed, but father may have been
Andrew Holtman. Ref: #3.
SE 22
SE 22 All bought 9/21/1880 by Mr. Wilson
HUEWITT/HEWLETT, CHARLES
b. 1848, d. 8 Jul 1890 died by a gun shot wound- no
other details, age 42y. Int. 10 Jul 1890 in SE 22 Line
6. [Mrs. Wilson - who may have been a sister].
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WILSON, INFANT
b. 25 May 1912, d. 25 Jun 1912 a premature baby,
age 1m. Int. 26 Jun 1912 in SE 22-3 Line 6. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Wilson. Ref: #3.
HERMAN, JAMES
b. 1820, d. 19 Nov 1902 of asthma, age 82y. Int. 19
Nov 1902 in SE 22 Line 6. (MRS. WILSON) (no
record). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
HERMAN, JOSEPH
b. 1819, d. 1903- no cause of death listed, age 84y.
Int. 1903 in SE 22 Line 6 (has marker "Father"). He
was probably a brother of James Herman and was
probably the father or grandfather of Charles Herman
(b. 1867 Sweden). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
ROUSE, CHARLES
SE 21
17
b. 27 Sep 1902 Clark County, Washington, d. 27 Sep
1902 died of heart failure, age 00y. Int. 18 Sep 1902
in SE 22 Line 6. (MRS. WILSON). Parents were
not listed, but probably father is Joseph Rouse
(born 1868) adopted son of Conrad and Dorothea
Fritz. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census.)
SCHWIND FAMILY
b. ?, d. 17 Sep 1902 NOTE: There were no names of
individuals of the Family listed who died 17 Sep
1902 in the Yacolt Forest Fire. Int. Sep 1902 in SE 22
Line 6. (MRS. WILSON). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SE 23
SE 23 All bought 7/6/1874 Sylvanus Smith
SMITH, SYLVANUS
b. 19 Oct 1824 New York, d. 22 Jun 1874 no cause of
death was listed, age 50y 8m 3d. Int. Jun 1874 in SE
23-2 Line 7. He was married to Mary Ann ( ) Smith
(1822- ) born in Illinois. He was a laborer. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870, 1871 Census).
VERNON, JAMES
b. 27 Dec 1838, d. 11 May 1925 no cause of death
was listed, age 87y 4m 15d. Int. May 1925 in SE 231 Line 7. James Vernon is not listed in any Clark
County Census. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
VERNON, PETRONELLA
b. 1848 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
1927/8, age 79y 9m, Int. in SE 23-2 Line 7. She was
probably married to James Vernon. She is not listed
in any Clark County Census. Parents were Sylvanus
Smith (1822-1874 born in New York) and Mary
Ann Smith (1822 - ) born in Illinois. Ref: #3 & #6
Clark County Washington Territory 1870 & 1871
Census. NOTE: Petronella in the 1870 Census is
listed as 2 years old also in 1871 was three, yet she
was born in 1848 and her father and mother would
have been 48 years old in the 1870 Census. She is
not listed under the name of “Vernon”.
VERNON, MARIAN E.
(b. 1869 ?, d. ?. Int. 10 May 1983 in SE 23 (North
End). [ZELLERS - Portland, Oregon.] Parents were
not listed but were probably James Vernon (18391925 and Petronella Smith (1848-1927) born in
C l a r k C o u n t y , W a s h i n g t o n T e r r i t o r y NOTE:
Petronella had a younger sister named Mary Ann
Smith in 1870. Ref: #3.
EVANS, MARY A.
b. Apr 1842 Washington Territory, d. 15 Jan 1927 no
cause was listed. Int. 29 Jan 1927 in SE 23-2 ashes at
f o o t L i n e 7 . (SMITH) [LIMBER FUNERA L
HOME]. She was the widow of F.P. Evans (b. 18381922 Virginia age 84y 8m). Parents were Sylvanus
Smith (1824-1874 New York and Mary Ann ( )
Smith (1822 born in Illinois). Ref: #3, #6 (1870
Census).
SE 24
SE 24 All bought 1/11/1878 by Henry Heitman
HEITMAN, HENRY
b. 1835 Germany, d. 15 Jun 1904, age 72y. Int. 19
Jun 1904 in SE 24 N/2 Line 8. He was married to
widow Amelia Kraemer Hunder (1841-1914) who
had four "Hunder" children and she had six
"Heitman" children. He was a carpenter for the
Vancouver Barracks and farmer in 1871 Clark
County Census. Henry Heitman may have been a
cousin to the Henry Heitman who married Sarah
Lancaster Connolly of Vancouver. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
HEITMAN, AMELIA HUNDER
b. 1841 Germany, d. 26 Jun 1914 of pulmonary
hemorrhage, age 78y. Int. 28 Jun 1914 in SE 24-6
Line 8. Married (1) C. H. Hunder lived in Oregon
before 1865, married (2) Henry Heitman a carpenter
at Vancouver Barracks (may have been a cousin to
the Henry Heitman who married Sarah {Lancaster}
Connolly), belonged to St. Lukes Episcopalian
Church. Hunder Children were: (1) Caroline, (2) (3)
Herman, (4) Mary Ann and (5) Birdy. The Heitman
Children were: (1) An Infant d. 1872, (2) George
Henry (1873-1873), (3) Elizabeth Verlinda (1875
married Edwin Switzler of Umatilla Co. Oregon), (4)
Harry (1878-1880), (5) Henry (1881-1904), and (6)
Merle (1881-1941). Parents were not listed but
were named "Kraemer". Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1870
Census listed a Amelia "Hundes", 1871, 1880).
HEITMAN, INFANT
b. 1872 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
1872, age son 00y .Int. 1872 in SE 24 N/2 Line 8.
(has marker "Our Darling"). Parents were Henry
(1835-1904) and Amelia Kraemer (1836-1914) both
born in Germany. Ref: #1, #3.
HEITMAN, GEORGE HENRY
b. 16 Sep 1873, d. 20 Oct 1873 no cause of death
listed, age 1m 4d. Int. Oct 1873 in SE 24 N/2 Line 8
(has marker " Suffer Little Children to Come Unto
Me." Parents were Henry Heitman (1833-1904)
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born in Germany and Amelia Kraemer (18361914) Hunder Ref: #1, #3.
HEITMAN, HARRY
b. 2 Nov 1878 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 31 Oct 1880, age 1y 11m
2d, Child. Int. Nov 1880 in SE 24 N/2 Line 8.
Parents were Henry Heitman (1835-1904) and
A m e l i a K r a e m e r (1836-1914) b o t h b o r n i n
Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
HEITMAN, MERLE
b. 1881 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 1 Oct
1941, age 60y. Int. 3 Oct 1941 in SE 24 Line 8.
[HAMILTON MORTUARY]. Parents were Henry
Heitman (1835-1904) and Amelia Kraemer (18361914) both born in Germany. Ref: #1, #3 & #4.
HUNDER, HERMAN
b. 1866 Washington Territory, d. 1924 cause of death
was not listed, age 58y. Int. 1924 in SE 24 Line 8..
Probably married to Katie Hunder (1872-1919). His
sister Mary Ann Hunder married 3 Oct 1891 as the
second wife to Dr. John J. Sellwood. NOTE: July 6,
1867 Vancouver Register Vol. 2 #42 "REMOVAL.....
Mr. C.H. Hunder has removed his hardware
establishment to a store on Main St., adjacent to MR.
M. WINTLER'S store". Parents were C.H. Hunder
(died before 1870 Census) and Amelia Kraemer
(1836-1 9 1 4 ) b o t h b o r n i n G e r m a n y . Amelia
m a r r i e d 2 n d H e n r y H e i t m a n (1835-1904
Germany). Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1870, 1871 Census).
HUNDER, KATHRINE/KATIE
b. 1872 Washington Territory, d. 26 Apr 1919 died of
a hemorrhage, age 43y. Int. Apr 1919 in SE 24-6
Line 8. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
HUNDER, ELIZABETH VERLINDA
b. 1900 Washington, d. 9 Feb 1925 died of TB, age
25y. Int. 11 Feb 1925 in SE 24-3 Line 8. Parents
were not listed but probably was Herman Hunder
(1866-1924) and Katie Hunder (1872-1919). Ref: #3
SE 25
SE 25 All bought 1/11/1878 by Robert Wolf
WOLF, ROBERT
b. 8 May 1846 Germany, d. 19 Jan 1909 of heart
failure, age 62y 8m 11d. Int. 22 Jan 1909 in SE 25
Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He married to
Dorothea Wolf and was retired. Robert Wolf lived
east of the Garrison area in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Robert Grant Black of Vancouver. Funeral by
KNAPP CHAPEL 22 Jan 1909 at Home with
Reverend William C. Drahn. Charged to Mrs. Robert
Wolf. Children that were listed in the Clark County
1880 Census: (1) Robert Jr. (1874-1878 born in
Germany and (2) Annie (1877-1972 married Jocob
Westhoff both born in Germany), and children born
in Clark County Washington Territory were: (3)
Fannie (b. Jun 1879), (4) Fred (b. Apr 1881-1957)
and (5) Lilly (Mrs. Wray Black) (b. Sep 1883- 1970).
Parents were not listed but were both born in
Germany. R e f : # 1 , # 3 , # 4 , # 6 ( 1 8 8 0 & 1 9 0 0
Census).
BLACK, DOROTHEA WOLF
b. 14 Jun 1848 Germany, d. 15 Jun 1918 9 PM died
of dropsy (diabetes), age 70y 0m 1d. Int. 18 Jun 1918
in SE 25-4 Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow
of Robert Black (1840-1908 Int. in NE 106-3 Line 7),
lived in East Vancouver. Attended by Dr. Charles
MacCallum of Vancouver died at the home of her
daughter Mrs. Anna (1877-1972) Westhoff (Jacob
Westhoff 1874-1 9 4 9 ) a t 4 0 4 W e s t 2 1 s t S t .
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. The funeral
was 18 Jun 1918 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend W.I. Eck. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Klump
both born in Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1880
& 1900 Census).
WOLF, FRED
b. Apr 1881 Washington, d. 15 Dec 1957 died as in
an auto accident, age 76y 7m. Int. Dec 1957 in SE
25-4 Line 9. (ROBERT C. WOLF) [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents were Robert C.
Wolf (1846-1909) and Dorothea Klump (1848-1918)
both born in Germany. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
BLACK, LILLIAN S.
b. Apr 1885 Clark County, Washington, d. 8 Feb
1970 died of a stroke, age 84y 10m. Int. 4 Aug 1970
i n S E 2 5 -3 L i n e 9 . ( W O L F ) [ VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed but
probably were Robert C. Wolf a n d Dorothea
Klump both born in Germany. Ref: #3 & #5.
BLACK, HERBERT CHARLES
b. 20 Nov 1915, d. 12 Mar 1916 of cerebral
meningitis and illocolitis, age 3m, 21d. Int. 13 Mar
1916 in SE 25-8 Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Child lived and died at home at RD #2 Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington (on 4th Plain Rd.)
attended by Dr. Miles U. Leiser of Vancouver. The
funeral was 13 Mar 1916 3:30 PM at the residence of
F.M. Black with Reverend E.B. Collier. Charge to
father Wray Black. Parents were Wray Black born
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i n S o u t h D a k o t a a n d L i l l i a n W o l f born in
Washington. Ref: #3 & #4.
SE 26
SE 26 1/4 transferred 11/3/1883 by Ernst Moran to
(Milton) Earnest Shannon 1861-1887) Ref: #1
SHANNON, EARNEST
b. 1863, d. 8 Nov 1887 died of inflammation of the
bowels, age 24y. Int. 10 Nov 1887 in SE 26 Line 10.
Note: H e m a y h a v e b e e n t h e s o n o f J o h n
Shanon/Shannon (1847-1889) born in Ireland and
was stationed as a Private Company A 21 St. Infantry
at Fort Vancouver in 1880 buried in Potters Field.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
PORTER, BOWEN Dr.
b. 28 Aug 1862, d. 24 Aug 1892 died of an unknown
cause, age 29y 11m 27d. Int. 26 Aug 1892 in SE 26
Line 10. [EARNEST SHANNON]. He was married
to America E. Porter (1865-1940), neither of them
are listed in any Clark County, Washington Census.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
PORTER, AMERICA JANE E.
b. 1 Apr 1865 Washington Territory, d. 25 Nov 1940
died of heart failure at Bothell, Snohomish County,
Washington, age 75y 7m 24d. Int. 28 Nov 1940 in SE
26-4 Line 10. [EARNEST, SHANNON]. She was the
widow of Dr. Bowen Porter (1862-1892 Illinois died
in Gold Hill, Oregon) married in 1891. Parents were
not listed but were Hiram Earnest (1832-1872
Ohio) and Eliza Jane Matthews (1834-1860 of
Iowa) daughter of John Harvey Matthews and
Elizabeth Hatten). Ref: #1 & #3.
TUCKER, JACOB
b. 1894, d. 30 May 1897 died of accidental drowning,
age 3y. Int. 31 May 1897 in SE 26 N/2 Line 10.
[EARNEST, SHANNON]. Parents were not listed
b u t w e r e Silas Tucker (Jul 1861-1936 born in
Oregon) and S a l i n a (
) (May 1859-1947
W a s h i n g t o n ) b o t h b u r i e d i n Salmon Creek
Methodist Cemetery. Also their son Emmett A.
Tucker (1886-1968) is buried beside them. Ref: #3,
#6 (1900 Census).
SE 27
SE 27 All bought by Julia Winter
VERNON, MARIAN E.
b. 1922, d. 4 Jun 1963 no cause of death was listed,
age 67y. Int., 10 Jun 1983 in SE 27 N/2. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
DERRICK, MARY J.
b. 11 Jul 1878, d. 23 Aug 1882, age 4y. Int. in SE
27-1 Line 14. Parents were Clayton Derrick and
Cecilia Genieve Derrick. Ref: #3.
SE 28
SE 28 All bought 10/19/1881 by George W. Jones
JONES, GEORGE W. Sr.
b. 1818 Pennsylvania, d. Jun 1906, age 88y. Int. in
SE 28 Line 12. Widower to Abigail ( ) Jones (18251883) married in 1841 in Michigan, a master
carpenter and a farmer. He brought his family to
Clark County Washington Territory in 1852,
probably by wagon train. On Sep 22, 1857 he filed
for a Donation Land Claim in the Mill Plain area of
Clark County. In the Clark County Census 1871 they
were living with a trader named Erwin L. Cole and
his son William 8 years old who was listed as a
grandson in the 1880 census, in 1880 Clark County
Census George and Abigail Jones and grandson lived
with William Cole (1862-1906) who committed
suicide (buried in NE 25-3 Line 3), and grandsons
Louis Jones b. 1871 and George W. Jones III age 8
(1863- ) . O n 2 S e p 1 8 7 6 i n t h e V a n c o u v e r
Independent George W. Jones Sr. was berated and
abused by a drunk named John Walker; George Jones
used a hatchet to defend himself and Walker was
severely injured and cut on the side of his body.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3, (1850/1860,
1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
JONES, ABIGAIL
b. 1825 Sheffield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, d. 9 Feb
1883 probably of cancer of the stomach (she was bed
ridden for 4 months prior to her death at Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington Territory, age 58y 6m
19d. Int. Feb 1883 in SE 28-8 Line 12. She was
married to George W. Jones Sr. (1818-1906), her
family moved from Massachusetts to New York and
then to Michigan, Abigail was married before 1847 in
Michigan to George W. Jones Sr. (1818-1906) and in
1852 the family headed west probably with an
Oregon bound Wagon Train. They filed for a
Donation Claim 22 Sep 1857 in the Mill Plain area of
Clark County. She was Methodist. George and
Abigail had children: (1) Helen (1847 married
George , (2) George W. Jr. 1848 - ) married
Catherine Pitner (3) Mary Ann (1851-1927) married
George Evans (his 2nd marriage), (4) Helen Jones
(1847- ) married Erwin Leander Cole (1839- ) an
engineer born in London England and (5) Sarah A
Jones (1855-1856) buried in Jones plot. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1850/1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 Census).
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JONES, SARAH A.
b. 25 Apr 1855 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 14 Aug 1856, age 1y 3, 16d. Int. Aug 1856 in SE
28-7 Line 12. Parents were George W. Jones
(1818-1906 born in Pennsylvania) and Abigail
(1825-1883 Massachusetts). Ref #1 & #3
EVANS, EUDORA A.
b. 25 Dec 1860 Oregon, d. 19 Jul 1879 no cause
listed, age 12y 6m 25d. Int. Jul 1879 in SE 28-1 Line
12. [GEORGE W. JONES] Student, granddaughter of
George W. and Abigail Jones. Parents were George
W. Evans b. 1841 in Missouri and Helen Jones b.
1847 Michigan. Ref: #3 & #6 (1871 Census).
THOMPSON, CHARLES EDWARD
b. 28 Apr 1854, d. 23 May 1913 of anemia, age 59y
0m 25d. Int. 24 May 1913 in SE 128-1 N/2 Line 16
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker "C.E.
Thompson". He was married, a stationary engineer,
belonged to the Christian Alliance Church, lived at
509 West 12th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Miles U.
Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was 24 May 1913 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Floyd A.
Ross. Charged to Mr. G.W. Smith of 704 West 12th
St., Vancouver, Washington and Mrs. George N.
Thompson. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
b. 18 Jan 1850, d. 29 Dec 1916 6:15 AM of bronchial
pneumonia, age 66y 11m 11d. Int. 31 Dec 1916 in SE
29-3 Line 13. She was married to A. Orewiler, a
housewife, Baptist, lived at 30th & K Sts. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral
was between the 12 Dec and 31 Dec 1916 1:30 PM at
the Main Street Baptist Church with Reverend W.N.
Knox. Charged to husband A. Orewiler. G.J. Allen
was the administration. Parents w e r e George
Washington Bailey (1809-1880) and S u s a n B .
Cross. Ref: #3 & #4.
ALLEN, FRANCES L.
b. 1848 Lockport, Nigara County, New York, d. 8
Mar 1937 died of heart failure, age 88y. Int. Mar
1937 in SE 29 Line 13 [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL] (has marker "Grandmother". [SELF]. She
was married (1) ....Speas, (2) Joseph E.C. Durgan Jr.
(1827-1898) as his 2nd wife, (3) Eiler C. Beck (18361914) Int. in SW 84-2 Line 4, and (4)....Allen.
Parents were George Washington Bailey (18091880) and Susan B. Cross. Ref: #1, & #3.
BUSBY, INFANT (Male)
b. 30 Aug 1917 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 30 Aug 1917 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. 31 Aug 1917 in SE 29 Line 13. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 29
SE 29 S/2 bought 4/19/1909 by Mrs. F.L. Beck
SE 30
SE 30 All bought 12/1880 by Davis
BAILEY, GEORGE WASHINGTON *
b. 1 May 1809 Massachusetts, d. 18 Mar 1880, age
70y 10m 17d. Int. 18 Mar 1880 in SE 29 Line 13 (has
marker "His record is on high." Married to Susan B.
Cross, in 1857, He was in his youth a private in the
United States Army at Fort Vancouver Barracks.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, & #3 #6 (1860
Census).
DAVIS, ROBERT W. (Capt.) *
b. 2 Mar 1839 Pennsylvania, d. 9 Jan 1910 died
apoplexy, age 70y 10m 7d. Int. Jan 1910 in SE 30
Line 14. He was married to Anna M. ( ) Davis
(1846-1931). Farmer, blacksmith, Civil War Vet CO.
1 24 US Calvary 1. Father was not listed but
mother was Eleanor W. Davis (1811-1891) both
parents were born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 & #6
(1880, 1900 Census).
BAILEY, ELLSWORTH
b. Apr 1865 England, d. 4 May 1929 no cause of
death was listed, age 64y 1m. Int. 6 May 1929 in SE
29-6 Line 13. (G.W. Bailey) [SWANK FUNERAL
HOME - (Camas, Washington). He was married 16
Apr 18 86, Clark County, Washington to Ella
Elizabeth Gibbons (1869-1938) daughter of Mason
Mathias Gibbons and Sarah Ann Fletcher Note: Ella
married (2) George Johnson. Parents were George
Washington Bailey (1809-1880) and S u s a n B .
Cross. Ref: #1, #3.
OREWILER, CLARA
DAVIS, ANNA M.
b. 27 Mar 1846 Pennsylvania, d. 13 Oct 1931 senile,
age 85y 6m 16d. Int. Oct 1931 in SE 30 Line 14.
(ELLA L. DAVIS & R.W. DAVIS) [LIMBER
FUNERAL HOME]. Widow of Capt. Robert W.
Davis (1839-1910). Her children who were in Clark
County 1880 Census:(1) Cora A. born 1869
Missouri; (2) Ella M. born 1871 Missouri; (3) Sarah
M. born 1873 Missouri and (4) John E. Davis born
1874 in Nebraska. Parents were not listed but were
both born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #3, #5 & #6 (1880
& 1900 Census).
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DAVIS, ELEANOR W.
b. 1811 Pennsylvania, d. 19 Jun 1891 of paralysis,
age 80y. Int. 20 Jun 1891 in SE 30 Line 13 (has
marker "In the Memory of Eleanor W. Davis") (R.W.
DAVIS). She was a widow, her sons were:(1) Robert
W. Davis and she lived with another son (2)
Cornelius Davis and his family. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
DAVIS, JOHN E.
b. Sep 1870 Nebraska, d. 10 Apr 1952, age 74y 9m
no cause of death was listed. Int. 17 Apr 1852 in SE
30-4 Line 14. (R.W. DAVIS). Parents were Robert
Davis (1839-1910) and Anna M. ( ) Davis (18461831) both born in Pennsylvania have markers in
SE 30 Line 14. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
DAVIS, M. ELLA
b. Sep 1870 Missouri, d. 24 Mar 1924, age 53y 6m.
Int. Mar 1924 in SE 30-7 Line 14. (ROBERT W.
DAVIS). She was unmarried. Parents were Robert
W. Davis (1839-1910) and Anna M.( ) Davis
(1846-1931) both born in Pennsylvania (have
markers in SE 30-7 Line 14] Ref: #3, #6 (1900
Census).
DAVIS, WARREN J.
b, 6 May 1867, d. 29 Nov 1879 no cause for death
listed, age 12y 6m 23d, Int. 1879 in SE 30-1 Line 14.
Parents were Robert W. Davis (1839-1910] and
A n n a M . D a v i s (1846-1 9 3 1 ) b o t h b o r n i n
Pennsylvania. (have markers in SE 30-7] Ref: #3.
DAVIS, INEZ F.
b. Mar 1880 Missouri, d. 3 Nov 1963 died of a
stroke, age 82y 9m. Int., 8 Nov 1863 in SE 30-5 Line
14. (SELF) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]
(She was unmarried. Parents were Robert W. Davis
(1839-1910) and Anna M. Davis (1846-1931) both
born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 & #5.
SE 31
SE 31 All bought 12/1889 by Robert Robb.
ROBB, LIDA B.
b. ca 1849 Indiana, d. 2 Jan 1890 in child birth, age
40y. Int. 4 Jan in the same grave as her baby SE 31
Line 15. She was married 30 May 1880 as his 2nd
w i f e t o R o b e r t R o b b w h o w a s C l a r k C o unty
Superintendent of Schools in 1880. (His 1st wife was
Annette L. Hulett (1845-1877) she had four children
all born in Nebraska (1) Donald R. ca 1870, (2) Anna
C. (1872), (3) Ellen (ca 1874), (4) Malcom (1876).
She was buried at Mt. Zion I.O.O.F. Cemetery - not
listed)., Lida Brown Robb also had four children all
born in Clark County Washington Territory: (1) Lura
b. Dec 1882, (2) Walter b. ca 1885, (3) Ina b. Jan
1887 and (4) the infant b/d 31 Dec 1889. Lida died 2
days after on the 2nd Jan. due to the c hildbirth.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Brown. Note: Robert Robb
married 24 Jun 1891 for a 3rd time to Mrs. Violet
Mary Flynn daughter of Samuel Grinnell. Ref: #2, #3
& #6 (1880 Census).
ROBB, INFANT
b/d 31 Dec 1889 a stillborn, age 00y. Int. in SE 31
Line 15. Mother, Lida Robb, also died and they are
buried in the same grave. Parents were Robert Robb
(1844- ?) and Lida Brown (1849-1890). Ref #2 &
#3.
PRATSCH, LURA M. ROBB
b. Dec 1882 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
Jan 1952 died of heart failure, age 69y 1m. Int. 25
J a n 1 9 5 2 i n S E 3 1 -5 L i n e 1 5 . ( L . R O B B )
[WHITSIERS]. Parents were Robert (1844- ?) and
Lida Brown (1849-1890). Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1880
Census).
SE 32
SE 32 All bought by L.M. Shaw
BAKER, WILLIAM H.
b. 9 Aug 1830 Pennsylvania, d. 9 Oct 1910 of organic
heart disease, age 80y 2m 0d. Int. 11 Oct 1910 in SE
32 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married
to Rachel Ames born in Ohio (she has no marker if
buried in Cemetery). He was a farmer, Methodist,
lived with his daughter Rena M. Baker Chaffee
Christ and her (2) husband Henry L. Christ (his first
wife was Elizabeth Proebstel) lived at 28th &
Vermont Streets (Vancouver Heights area) of
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, lived in 1900
Clark County, Washington Census with daughter
Charlotte and her husband Alexander Rose, died at
home attended by Dr. E. Van Zandt of Vancouver.
The funeral was 11 Oct 1910 at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Otis E. Gray. Charged to daughter
Mrs. Henry Christ. Another daughter was Mrs. J.A.
Alquist of Portland, Oregon and a son was Charles
Edwin Baker (1871-1926) is buried in same plot.
Parents were not listed, but were named "Ames".
Ref: #3 & #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
BAKER, CHARLES EDWARD
b. 7 Dec 1871 Nebraska, d. 23 Jun 1926, age 54y 6m
16d. Int. 25 Jun 1926 in SE 32-5 Line 16 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married, a laborer,
Episcopalian, lived in Portland Oregon, died at the
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Oregon State Hospital in Salem Oregon attended by
Dr. L.G. Griffith of Salem, body was picked up in
Salem by Knapp Funeral Home. The funeral was 25
Jun 1926 2 PM KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Coleman Byram. Charged to sister, J.A. Alquist at
372 E. 38th ST. (37th & Hawthorne Sts.) Portland,
Oregon. Parents were William H. Baker (18301910) born in Pennsylvania and Rachel Ames born
in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #4.
STRAW, MAUDY L.
b. 5 Aug 1879, d. 24 Feb 1880, age 6m 29d, Child.
Int. Feb 1880 in SE 32-4 Line 16. (ROBERT ROBB).
P a r e n t s w e r e L e r o y B . S t r a w (b. 1852 New
Hampshire) (his parents father born in Vermont and
mother in Massachusetts) and Agnes L. Straw (b.
1852 New York) her parents father was born in
Vermont and mother in Canada). Ref: #3, #6 (1880
Census).
SE 33
SE 33 bought by an unknown party
SE 33 S/2 bought 9/10 1903 by Mrs. Angelin
Steward
SE 33 N/2 bought 10/9/1913 by Mrs. J.M (Amanda)
McKenney
DANIELSON, ANDREW PETER
b. 6 Apr 1837 Sweden, d. 18 Apr 1918 of chronic
intestinal nephritis, age 81y 0m 12d. Int. 21 Apr 1918
i n S E 3 3 -4 L i n e 1 6 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Widower of Sofie Nelson Danielson, carpenter, lived
at 822 Minnesota Ave. Portland, died at the
Multnomah County Hospital located at 2nd & Hocker
Sts. Portland, attended by Dr. Herbert Nichols with
offices in the Corbett Bldg., Portland. The funeral
was 21 Apr 1918 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL, no
clergy. Order given by Mr. Carlsen and Mrs.
Nordstrom. Charged to Mr. B. Carlsen of Silverton,
Oregon. P a r e n t s w e r e P e t e r D a n i e l s o n and
Catherine both born in Sweden. Ref: #3 & #4.
DANIELSON, ANNA SOFIE NELSON
b. 28 Nov 1842, Sweden, d. 3 Jun 1914 of
pneumonia, age 71y 6m 5d. Int. 5 Jun 1914 in SE 33
N/2 Line 16. She was married to Andrew Peter
Danielson. NOTE: She was listed as Sofie Nelson
Danielson, she may have been married before),
housewife, Adventist, lived in Clark County,
Washington north of the Fair Grounds, died at home
attended by Dr. C.C. McCown of Vancouver. The
funeral was 5 Jun 1914 2 PM at home with Reverend
C.A. Purdom. Charged to husband to Andrew Peter
Danielson (1829-1 9 1 8 ) . P a r e n t s w e r e Peter
Lindquist and mother was not listed both born in
Sweden. Ref: #3 & #4
McKINNEY, JAMES MONROE *
b. 25 Jun 1840 Wisconsin, d. 8 Oct 1913 8:50 AM of
mitral insufficiency and alcoholism, age 73y 3m 13d.
I n t . 1 0 O c t i n SE 33-1 N/2 Line 16 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married to Amanda V.
Thompson (1845-1930), a retired painter, farmer
owned 39 acres, retired soldier of the Civil War CO I
19TH Wisconsin Vol. Inf., lived at 507 E. 7th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (east of
Garrison), died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral was by KNAPP
CHAPEL 10 Oct 1913 at Irvington Methodist
Church. Charged to wife Mrs. Amanda McKinney
and GAR Company Commander. (NOTE: 10 Oct
1913 was the opening day of the Panama Canal
(Gamboa Dike) and there was a public demonstration
with whistles, bells, and horns during the funeral.)
Parents were not listed but father was born in
South Carolina and mother in Ohio. Ref: #3, #4,
#6 (1900 Census).
McKINNEY, AMANDA
b. 10 Jul 1845 Indiana, d. 4 Sep 1930 was senile, age
85y 1m 24d. Int. 7 Sep 1930 in SE 33-6 Line 16
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow of
James Monroe McKinney, a housewife, Methodist,
lived at 2106 East 6th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. C.C.
Wilcox of Portland, Oregon. Funeral 7 Sep 1930 3:30
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Raymond
Rees. Ordered by her brothers. Charged to Lloyd
DuBois (Administrator). Parents were Johnathan
Thompson born in Pennsylvania and Corsanda
Gordon born in New York. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
STEWARD, GEORGE H.
b. 1820 Indiana, d. 10 Sep 1903 of kidney trouble.
Int. Sep 1903 in SE 33 N/2 Line 16. He was married
to Angeline ( ) Steward (1838-1916), a lawyer, rented
his home in 1900. Charged to wife Angeline Steward.
A daughter was Annie M. Stewart who married 24
Feb 1886 Jacob R. Wintler (1858-1927 buried in SW
88-1 Annie is not listed. Parents were not listed but
father was born in New York and mother in
Connecticut. Ref: #2, #3, #4, & #6 (1900 Census).
STEWARD, ANGELINE
b. 29 Dec 1838 Indiana, d. 8 Nov 1916, age 77y 10m
10d of neuralgia of the heart. Int. 10 Nov 1916 in SE
33-3 S/2 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow
of George H. Steward (1832-1903), a housewife,
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Methodist, lived at 1507 Franklin St. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. J.T. Gurin of Vancouver. The funeral was 10 Nov
1916 2 PM at home. Charge to Linda W. Steward.
Children in 1900 Census were (1) Kate (Feb 1866
born in Oregon) and (2) Charles born in Washington.
Parents were not listed but father was born in
Alabama and mother was born in Tennessee. Ref:
#2, #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
STEWARD, CHARLES W.
b. Apr 1873 Washington, d. 9 Jun 1953, age 80y 3m,
Int. 11 Jun 1953 in SE 33-2 Line 16. He was a
Bookkeeper. P a r e n t s w e r e George H. Steward
(1820-1903) born in Indiana and Angeline Steward
(1838-1916) born in Indiana. Ref: #3, #6 (1900
Census).
DOLE, ERWIN L.
b. 1827 New York, d. 6 Apr 1888 of lung disease age
61y. Int. 8 Apr 1888 in SE 33 N/2 Line 16. (has
marker - a granite pink and black stone carved by
Marc Furstenberg with a likeness of Erwin Dole
looking up to the mountains which he explored). He
was a bachelor but lived with a woman named
"Mary", his brother, Sam, lived with him; Erwin Dole
was a trapper, gold miner, scout and Indian trader and
occasionally a farm laborer. Dole Valley located near
Yacolt, Washington was named for him. His claim to
fame was a Military trail he blazed from old Fort
Vancouver to Fort Simco near Goldendale. H e
accumulated a large amount of land including the
area around Lucia Falls and the East Fork of the
Lewis River and willed it to his nieces and nephews.
Parents were Thomas Dole (29 Dec 1798-1847) and
Mary Elizabeth McNit (10 Oct 1794-bf.1847) both
born in New York. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870, 1871
Census).
SE 34
SE 34 all bought 7/21/1880 by Frank M. Buttersfield
COOK, MARY J.
b. 1808 Maine, d. 20 Jul 1880, age 72y. Int. Jul 1880
in SE 34-1 Line 15. Widow of Gerry Cook - who had
been a hardware dealer in Portland, Maine (probably
is buried in Kendall County, Illinois), lived with
daughter, Amanda Ellen and son-in-law Harvey Hart
Gridley in Clark County 1880 Census in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington Territory. Another
daughter was Adelaide Butterfield of Vancouver.
Parents were not listed but both were born in
Maine. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
b. 2 May 1831 Oswego, Oswego County, New York,
d. 15 Jan 1922 of old age and senility, age 90y 4m
13d. Int. 17 Jan 1922 in SE 34 Line 15. (F.M.
Butterfield -brother-in-law) [LIMBERS FUNERAL
HOME]. He was married 10 Dec 1857 to Amanda
Ellen Cook and 10 Dec 1907 they celebrated their
Golden Wedding Anniversary. They moved to
Vancouver, Washington in 1871 where he had a
furniture business. In Illinois they had been members
o f t he Congregational Church, but joined the
Methodist Church in Vancouver and were very active
in it, he belonged to the Good Templars, was a
charter member of the Harmony Lodge #3 of the
Ancient Order of United Workmen. The funeral was
17 Jan 1922 by LIMBERS. Children were: (1)
Charles Clinton Gridley (1857-1922), (2) Nellie A.
Gridley (1863-1871), (3) Emogene Gridley (18651935) married William J. Higgins both buried at Park
Hill Cemetery. [F.C. Gridley]. Parents were born in
New York. Ref: #2, #3, #5 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
GRIDLEY, AMANDA ELLEN
b. 23 Nov 1833 Portland, Cumberland County,
Maine, d. 4 Feb 1913 of heart failure, age 79y 2m
19d. Int. 6 Feb 1913 in SE 34-5 Line 13. She was
married to Harvey Hart Gridley (1831-1922) and they
celebrated their 50th Anniversary. She was a
schoolteacher at 16 years of age in Kendall County,
Illinois, a housewife, Eastern Star, came to
Vancouver, Washington in 1871 with her husband
Harvey and children. Although in failing health she
died unexpectedly in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. The funeral was 6 Feb 1913 at home.
She had two brothers Dr. A.O. Cook of Los Angeles
California and Augustus Cook of Aurora, Illinois and
two sisters Adelia Moore of Independence, Oregon
and Adelaide (Mrs. F.M.) Butterfield of Vancouver.
Parents were Gerry and Mary J. ( ) Cook (18081880) both born in Maine. Note: Mary J. Cook is
buried in SE 34-1, Gerry Cook is not buried in
Cemetery. Ref: #2, #3 #6 (1900 Census).
GRIDLEY, NELLIE A.
b. ca 1863 Illinois, d. 21 Jun 1871, age 8y, no cause
of death was listed, but it occurred soon after the
Gridley family arrived in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory. Int. 1871 in SE 34-2 Line 15.
[F.M. Butterfield]. P a r e n t s w e r e Harvey H a r t
Gridley (1831-1 9 2 2 ) b o r n i n N e w Y o r k a n d
Amanda Ellen Cook (1833-1913) born in Maine.
Ref: #2, & #3.
GRIDLEY, CHARLES CLINTON
GRIDLEY, HARVEY HART
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b. 12 Oct 1857 Newark, Kendall County, Illinois, d.
13 Mar 1922 of paralysis, age 64y 5m 1d. Int. 15 Mar
1922 in SE 34-8 Line 15. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Widower of Mattie Lucinda Hathaway Gridley
(1862-1913) daughter of Marshall Root Hathaway
and Maria Smith. Note: in the 1900 Census Maria
Hathaway, a widow by then lived with Clinton &
Mattie Gridley, worked as a teenager in his father's
furniture store and at the age of 22 was a cabinet
maker then after that he established the Clark County
Abstract and Loan business. It was through his effort
that the first book of Abstracts of Clark County was
published. He sold his business to his brother-in-law,
Charles B. Sears and A. Burnham, Charles C. Gridley
was a Methodist and his wife became a Christian
Scientist, they lived at 500 West 11th St. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at St. Joseph
Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 15 Mar 1922 2 PM at
home with Reverend Joseph P. Marlatt. Charged to
brother-in-law W. J. Higgins. Parents were Harvey
Hart Gridley born in New York and Amanda Ellen
Cook born in Maine Ref: #2, #3, #4, & #6 (1880 &
1900 Census).
GRIDLEY, MATTIE LUCINDA
b. 24 Aug 1864, Ridgefield, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 2 Dec 1913 of a surgical
operation in Jul 1912 that left Mattie completely
helpless with apoplexy, age 49y 3m 22d. Int. 4 Dec
1913 in SE 34-7 Line 15. She was married 12 Oct
1882 to Charles Clinton Gridley (1857-1922) at her
parents home in Portland, Oregon. She was a
housewife, a typesetter, later she was a clerk at Olds
& King dry goods store in Portland, Sunday School
teacher, loved to sing, but she changed to Christian
Science, and a charter member of the Francis Willard
temperance Union. They had no children. Parents
were Marshall Root Hathaway (1823-1896) born in
Russia, Herkimer County, New York and Maria
Smith (1830-1907 in Paris, New York both buried
in SW 127 Line 15. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1870,
1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
DEMPSTER, ADELAIDE M. BUTTERFIELD
b. 1848 Illinois (?), d. 9 Mar 1893 died of cancer of
the stomach, age 63y. Int. 10 Mar 1893 in SE 34 Line
15. She was a widow of (1).....Dempster (not in a
Clark County Cemetery or census) and (2) Frank
Butterfield (b. 1848 New York- ) s h e d i e d i n
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, the mother of
Frank M. Butterfield (1878 Washington..), her sister
was Amanda Ellen Cook the wife of Harvey H.
Gridley. Parents were and Mary L. Cook (1808-
1880) born in Maine. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
WOODRUFF, ANGELA L.
b. 1836 Maine, d. 3 Jun 1886, age 50y. Int. Jun 1886
in SE 34 Line 15. (FRANK BUTTERFIELD). In the
1880 Census she and her daughter Eva Woodruff (b.
1872 Illinois) were guest at her sister Caroline
Whitney (Charles N.) home, also Adelaide M.
Butterfield was her sister. Parents were Gerry and
Mary L. Cook (1808-1880) who was born in Maine.
Ref: #3 #6 (1880 Census).
SE 35
SE 35 All bought 5/21/1887 by Adam B. Gilmore
GILMORE, ADAM B.
b. Dec 1836 Ireland, d. 29 Jul 1912 of kidney failure,
age 75y 7m. Int. Jul 1912 in SE 35-4 Line 14 . He
was married to Hannah ( ) (1842-1918), a farmer
who owned 198 acres. Parents were not listed but
were born in Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
GILMORE, HANNAH
b. Apr 1842 Ireland, d. 3 May 1918 of general
debility, age 76y 1m, Int. 6 May 1918 in SE 35-5
Line 14. (ADAM B. GILMORE). She was married to
Adam B. Gilmore (1836-1912). Children were 1880
Census: (1) Mary/Minnie and (2) Elizabeth both born
in Austrailia, (3) Hannah and (4) William both born
in California, (5) John A., (6) Anna L., (7) Ida M. (8)
James M. and (9) Thomas all born in Washington
Territory. Parents were not listed but were born in
Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
GILMORE, JOHN A.
b. 1872 Washington Territory, d......., age ?. Probably
married to Annie Gilmore ( a school teacher) Int. in
SE 35 Line 14 (has marker - no record). (A.B.
Gilmore). Parents were Adam B (1836-1912) and
Hannah Gilmore (1842-1918) both born in Ireland.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
GILMORE, THOMAS W.
b. Mar 1881 Washington Territory, d. 31 Dec 1946,
age 66y 9m. Int. 27 Jan 1947 in SE 35-8 Line 14
(Ashes). Parents were Adam B. (1836-1912) and
Hannah Gilmore (1842-1918) both born in Ireland.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
GILMORE, JANIE L.
b. 1884, d. 2 Aug 1905 in child birth, age 24y. Int. 3
Aug 1905 in SE 35 Line 14. She was probably
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married to Thomas Gilmore. ( A.B. GILMORE).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
GILMORE, CHARLES
b. Mar 1883 Washington Territory, d. 14 Jan 1973 of
asphyxiation, age 89y 9m. Int. 19 Jan 1973 in SE 352 Line 14 (Ashes). (A.B. GILMORE). Parents were
Adam B. (1836-1912) and Hannah Gilmore (18421918) both born in Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
RICKETTS, MINNIE MARY B.
b. Feb 1865 Australia, d. 22 May 1952, age 87y 3m.
Int. 26 May 1952 in SE 35-8 Line 14. She came to
the US in 1869 with her parents, married 19 Nov
1888 to James M. Ricketts (1865-1928) who is buried
in Wilson Bridge Cemetery in the 1900 Census he
was the superintendent of the feeble minded school.
Children were in 1900: Cecil b. Sep 1889 and Bessie
b. May 1891 both born in Washington. Also living
with them was her brother Charles Gilmore (b. Mar
1883 and her sister-in-law (a school teacher) Anna
Gilmore b. May 1874 both born in Washington
Territory. Parents were Adam B. Gilmore (18361912) and Hannah Gilmore (1842-1918) both born
in Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
PARKER, L. ANNA
b. 1873 Washington Territory, d. 16 Apr 1952. Int.
23 Apr 1952 in SE 35-5 Line 14. Parents were
A d a m B . G i l m o r e (1836-1 9 1 2 ) a n d Hannah
Gilmore (1842-1918) both born in Ireland. Ref: #3
& #6 (1880 Census).
SE 36
SE 36 All bought about 1880 by Orson Seward
SEWARD, ORSON MARION
b. 1830 Indiana, d. 30 Dec 1908 of dropsy (diabetes),
age 78y. Int. 1 Jan 1909 in SE 36 Line 13 (has
marker "Father") (SELF). Emma Adams Sugg (18521909 was the wife of William H.C. Suggs.] Orson M.
Seward was the widower to Nancy Ellen Seward
(1834-1881), a farmer, he settled as early 1850 (age
20) in Vancouver, Clark County Washington
Territory in resident #28 with John S. Silverthorn
(age 32 born in New York who was a Brick mason)
and Dr. Richard Tunsdale (age 30 years born in
Maryland who was a Physician) they must have
moved on for they are not in the 1870 Census. In the
1870 Census are listed separately Orville Seward
(born 1836 in Illinois and a farmer (possibly a
brother) and Orson Seward (age 39 born 1830 Illinois
- who was a farmer) and wife Nancy (1843). In the
1900 Census Orson was living alone as was Loren his
son, who was a boarder with Thomas Beatty, Walter
another son was a boarder with Rufus Firestone. Ref:
#3, & #6 (1850, 1870, 1871, 1880 and 1900).
SEWARD, NANCY ELLEN
b. 1843 Indiana, d. 1881 (probably died in childbirth
of Herbert O. Seward who was born in 1881, age
38y. Int. 1881 in SE 36-2 Line 13 (has marker
"Mother"). Married to Orson M. Seward (18301908). Children were all born in Washington
Territory: (1) Martha (1860), (2) George (18621945), (3) Loren (1864-1947), (4) Walter (1870- ),
(5) Lewis (1873- ) and (6) Fanny (1877 -). In the
1870 Census there were also (7) Jane (1867-1880)
and (8) Dick (1869) and by 1871 they had added (9)
Ivan (1874) and (10) Walter (1879); 1880 they had
lost Jane and Dick and added Lewis (1873) and
Fanny (1877). NOTE: In the 1870 Clark County
Census A.J. Louis and his wife Isabel (either of them
could have been Nancy Ellen Seward sister or
brother) had living with them three Seward children,
(a) Sherman (1866 Montana/Washington), (b) Mary
(1867 Washington Territory) and (c) Laura (1869
Washington Territory. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington Territory
1870, 1871 & 1880 Census, NOTE:? COULD SHE
BE A MEMBER OF THE THE JOHN BOZARTH
FAMILY?
SEWARD, INFANT
b. ?, d. ? [no dates small stone] no records Int. in SE
36 Line 13. Parents were not listed, but the baby
was of the Orson seward Family. Ref #3.
SEWARD, GEORGE W.
b. Apr 1862 Clark County Washington Territory, d.
20 Dec 1945 senile, age 83y 8m. Int. 24 Dec 1945 in
SE 36-5 Line 13. Parents were Orson M. Seward
(1830-1908) and Nancy Ellen seward (1843-1881)
both born in Indiana. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870, 1871,
1880 & 1900 Census).
SEWARD, LOREN
b. 1864 Clark County Washington Territory, d. 1947,
age 83y. Int. in 1947 in SE 36 Line 13. A farmer, in
the 1900 census Loren Seward was living with the
Thomas Beatty Family probably as a farm hand.
Parents were Orson M. Seward (1830-1908) and
Nancy Ellen seward (1843-1881) both born in
Indiana. Ref: #3, & #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 & 1900
census.)
SEWARD, JENNIE/JANE E.
b. 1867 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 1880
cause of death was not listed, age 13y. Int. 1880 in
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SE 36-1 Line 13. Parents were Orson M. Seward
(1830-1908) and Nancy Ellen Seward (1843-1881)
b o t h b o r n i n I n d iana. Ref: #3 #6 1870, 1871
Census).
SEWARD, HERBERT O.
b. Aug 1881 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
4 Dec 1952 no cause of death was listed, age 71y 4m.
Int. 9 Dec 1952 in SE 36-8 Line 13. Parents were
Orson M. Seward (1830-1908) and Nancy Ellen
Seward (1843-1881) both born in Indiana. Ref: #3
& #6 (1880 Census).
BRACHT, ALBERT
b. 11 Oct 1907 Clark County, Washington, d. 11 Oct
1907 of strangulation, age 1 hour. Int. 12 Oct 1907 in
SE 36 Line 13. [Orson M. Seward] Parents were not
listed. Ref: #1, #3.
SE 37
STURGESS, ORVILLE DeMARION
b. 22 Aug 1861 Clark County Washington
(Washington State Pioneer), d. 28 Aug 1919 of
hereditary syphilis and apoplexy, age 58y 0m 6d. Int.
29 Aug 1919 SE 37-3 Line 12. He was married to
Amanda Malinda Snover (1859-1948) she married
(2) Dudley Eshelman. Orville DeMarion Sturgess
was a retired banker, lived at Fruit Valley area of
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. Died at home
attended by an uncle, Dr. Henry Simpson Goddard of
Vancouver. The funeral was 29 Aug 1919 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend A.H. Thompson. Charged
to wife Amanda Sturgess. They had 3 children:(1)
Lessie O. (1885-1924), (2) Benjamin Norman (18921929) both buried in SE 37 and (3) Zelma Lucille
(1895-1960) married Herman Otis White both buried
in Park Hill Cemetery in Vancouver. Parents were
Orville Sturgess 1830-1861 born in New York who
died one day before his son (Orville DeMarion) was
born and is buried in the Salmon Creek/Goddard
Cemetery in Vancouver. Orville DeMarion's mother
was Mary Louise Goddard (1839-1936 born in
Illinois died in Stevenson, Skamania County,
Washington (she is buried in I.O.O.F Cemetery in
Goldendale Washington with her third husband
Reverend James Allyn). Mary Louise Goddard when
13 years old in 1852 with her parents Joseph Hill
Goddard (1815-1885) and Hester Ann Hendricks
(1818-1901) (both whom are buried at Salmon
Creek/Goddard Cemetery in Vancouver); the
Goddard family with 7 children crossed the Oregon
Trail to Clark County Washington Territory from
Davis County, Iowa using two Prairie schooners
(light weight covered wagons). Note: Amanda
Snover crossed the Oregon Trail in 1847 with her
parents. After the death of her husband Orville
Sturgess, Amanda Malinda married (2) Robert
Nerton and (3) Revernd James Henry Allyn. Ref:#1,
#3, #4 #6 - Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
ESHELMAN, AMANDA MELINDA STURGESS
b. 25 Apr 1859 Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey,
d. 26 Mar 1948 of uremia, age 88Y 11m. Int. 30 Mar
1948 beside her first husband Orville DeMarion
Sturgess in SE 37-5 Line 12. (has marker "Mother")
(JESS GODDARD). She was the widow of (1)
Orville DeMarion Sturgess (1861-1919) and (2)
married 24 Nov 1920 Dudley Eshelman who died 28
Aug 1928, Children were:(1) Lessie O.D. Sturgess
(1885-1924), (2) Benjamine Norman Sturgess (18921929) and (3) Zelma Lucille Sturgess White (1895- )
married 1920 Herman Otis White (1896-1967) buried
at Park Hill Cemetery. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Benjamin Nelson Snover. Benjamin N. Snover
(1838-1920) buried at Columbia Slue Masonic
Cemetery in Portland, Oregon son of Jacob Snover
and Catherine Cartwright all born in New Jersey .
Ref:#1, & #3.
STURGESS, BENJAMIN NORMAN
b. 28 May 1892 Goldendale, Klickitat County,
Washington, d. 27 Jul 1929 of arthritis of the
deformed, age 37y 1m 29d. Int. 29 Jul 1929 in SE 375 Line 12. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was single,
an invalid, Christian Science. He lived with his
mother and step-father, Mrs. & Mrs. Dudley
Eshelman at Rt. #3 (Fruit Valley area) Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. Henry S. Goddard of Vancouver. Funeral 29 Jul
1929 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Christian
Science Reader Mrs. W.E. Farr. Ordered by and
charged to Mrs. Amanda Melinda Eshelman. Parents
were Orville DeMarion Sturgess Melinda Snover
(25 Apr 1859-26 Mar 1948) born in Trenton,
Mercer County, New Jersey. Ref: #1 & #3.
STURGESS, LESSE ORVILL DAVID
b. 17 Apr 1885 Goldendale, Klickitat County,
Washington Territory, d. 6 Jan 1924 died in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, age 38y 3m
11d. Int. 8 Jan 1924 in SE 37-4 Line 12. (JESS
GODDARD). P a r e n t s w e r e Orville DeMarion
Sturgess (1861-1919) and Amanda Melinda Snover
(1859-1948). Ref: #1 & #3.
KOPP, DANIEL N.
b. 1857 Pennsylvania, d. 14 Nov 1932 of a stroke,
age 75y. Int. 17 Nov 1932 in SE 37-8 Line 12.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widower, farmer a n d
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gardner. Lived with a friend, Dudley Eshelman at
RT. #3 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at home attended by Dr. Henry S. Goddard of
Vancouver. Funeral 17 Nov 1932 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Laurence Wells. Ordered by
and charged to Dudley Eshelman. Parents were
Martin Kopp born in Germany and mother's name
not known. Ref: #3 & #4.
GODDARD, WILLIAM HENDRICKS *
b. 20 Oct 1837 Clark County, Ohio, d. 7 Jan 1879,
age 41y 2m 13d, Int. Jan 1879 in SE 37-2 Line
12.(JESSE GODDARD). He was a "Doctor" (never
attended medical school - he treated his parents), also
he was a farmer, Methodist Episcopal Clergy,
unmarried. During 1855/56 Indian Uprising he was a
Private in Capt. Hamilton J.G. Maxon's of Mounted
Volunteers 2nd Regiment of the Washington
Mounted Rifles. He was 5' 9" tall, blue eyes, black
hair and dark complexion. He came across the
Oregon Trail with his parents and siblings in 1852,
William Goddard was the oldest child. Parents were
J o s e p h H i l l G o d d a r d (1815-1885) Champaign
County, Ohio and Hester Ann Hendricks (18181901) born in Clark County, Ohio both buried at
Salmon Creek Methodist Cemetery. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1860, 1871, Census).
GODDARD, WILLIAM
b. 1851, d. May 1891 of lung disease, age 40y. Int. 8
May 1891 in SE 37 Line 12. [no record] (removed ?)
[JESSE GODDARD] Parents were not listed. Ref:
# 3 NOTE: [NOT IN ANY CLARK COUNTY
CENSUS].
NERTON, HESTER A.
b. 13 Feb 1864 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 30 APR 1881, age 17y. Int. SE 37-1 Line 12.
[JESSIE GODDARD] Parents were Robert Nerton
(died 1865) and Mary Louisa Goddard (1839-1936)
born in Illinois. Mary Louisa Goddard married (1)
Orville D. Sturgiss (1830-1861) had three children
(2) Robert Nerton died in 1865 had one child, Hester
Ann Sturgiss and (3) Rev. James Henry Allyn (18321889) had eight children. The Allyns are buried in the
I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Goldendale, Washington. Ref:
#1, #3
SE 38
SE 38 All bought 9/12/1881 by John. D. Sharp
SHARP, JOHN DEBOU
b. 19 Jan 1831 Missouri, d. 8 Aug 1921 no cause
listed, age 90y 6m 29d. Int. 10 Aug 1921 in SE 38
Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widower of
Nancy Spurgeon (1835-1881), farmer, Christian,
lived at Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon, died at
home. The funeral was 10 Aug 1921 3 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend C.C. Curtis. Ordered by
Mrs. Mathias C. Sharp. Charged to son Mathias
Clifford Sharp of Vancouver. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3, #4.
SHARP, NANCY
b. 11 Apr 1835 (probably Muscatine County, Iowa, d.
12 Sep 1881 no cause was listed, age 46y 5m 1d. Int.
13/14 Sep 1881 in SE 38-2 Line 11 (has marker" Rest
in peace thou gentle spirit throned above, Souls like
thine with God, with life and love." Married to John
Debou Sharp (1831-1921). She had children (1)
Mathias Sharp who married Sarah Zulima Jane
Sparks and (2) Alice Debora who married Marshall
Rowe Sparks. She was the sister of Mathias
Spurgeon, they were both of Irish extacion. Parents
were Elias Spurgeon (died inJan 1847 of Typhoid
Fever) and Jane Liken (died 21 Mar 1851 in Ceader
City, Iowa). Their Children were: Priscilla who
married Edwin Sparks, Savilla who married Levi
Sparks, Nancy who married John Debou Sharp and
Mathias who married Nancy Olive Dillon. They were
young and were brought up by their uncle George
Spurgeon and the family. Ref: #1 & #3.
SHARP, JOHN DEBOU Jr.
b. 18 Dec 1873, d. 11 Sep 1881, died one day before
his mother, Nancy Spurgeon Sharp died, age 7y 8m.
Int. Sep 1881 SE 38-3 Line 11 (probably the same
day as his mother). Parents were John Debou Sharp
Sr. (1831-1921) and Nancy Spurgeon (1835-1881).
Ref: #3
SHARP, MATHIAS CLIFFORD
b. 3 Mar 1861 Iowa, d. 3 Oct 1926 of a stroke and
heart failure, age 65y 7m 0d, Int. 6 Oct 1926 in SE
38-5 Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to his cousin, Sarah Zulima Jane Sparks
(1862-1949 daughter of Edwin Sparks and Priscella
Spurgeon), plumber-tinner, Christian, lived at 2121
Broadw a y S t . , V a n c o u v e r , C l a r k C o u n t y ,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral was 6 Oct 1926
10:30 AM with Reverend. Dr. Herbert Jones. Note:
There was a large crowd at the Chapel and a record
number of flowers. Ordered by Walter Winfield
Sparks and wife (Mary Elizabeth Poe Spurgeon who
was married first to Henry Spurgeon). Charged to
wife Sarah Zulima Jane Sparks. Parents were John
D. Sharp (1831-1921) born in Missouri and Nancy
Spurgeon (1835-1881) born in Ohio. Ref: #1, #3, #4
& #6 (1900 Census).
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SHARP, SARAH ZULIMA
b. 21 Aug 1862 Peosta, Dubuque, Iowa, d. 22 Dec
1949 no cause was listed, age 87y 4m 1d. Int. 27 Dec
1949 in SE 38-6 Line 11. She was the widow of
Mathias Clifford Sharp (1861-1926), a housewife.
They had three children all born in Washington:(1)
Ella P. (Dec 1887), (2) Robert R. (Jan 1889) and (3)
Florence B. (Feb 1891). Parents were Edwin Sparks
(1829-1891) born Ohio and Pricilla Spurgeon
(1832-1919) they are buried in SE 4 Line 13 (sister to
Nancy Spurgeon whose son was Mathias Clifford
Sharp so therefore Sarah and Mathias were first
cousins). Ref: #1, #3 #4.
SHARP, ALICE
b. 1 Dec 1896 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 18 Sep 1898 died of cholera
infantum, age 21 months. Int. 19 Sep 1898 in SE 38
Line 11. (JOHN D. SHARP). Parents were not
listed, but were probably Mathias Clifford Sharp
(1861-1926) and Sarah Zulima Sparks (1862 1949). Ref: #3.
SCHMIDT, ELLA J.
b. 1868, d. 16 Oct 1898 died of typhoid fever, age
29y. Int. 17 Oct 1898 in SE 38 Line 11. (JOHN D.
SHARP). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BUTLER, INFANT
b. 24 Apr 1918 Clark County, Washington, d. 24 Apr
1918 Stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. in SE 38 S/2 Line
11 (J.D. SHARP). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 39
SE 39 All bought 2/18/1880 by Mrs. Drusilla
Matthews
MATTHEWS, LLOYD
b. 1879 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 2 Jun
1886 from an accidental blow, age 7y. Int. 3 Jun 1886
in SE 39 Line 10. Parents were William Quarles
Matthews (b. ca 1843 Cedar County, Iowa -son of
John Harvey Matthews and Elizabeth Hatton - they
came to Oregon via a Wagon Train in 1852) and
Drusilla Baker(1854-ca 1879) daughter of William
and Susan Baker). Ref: #1, #3.
b. 1828 (? Germany), d. 1881 no cause was listed,
a g e 5 3 y . I n t . i n 1 8 8 1 i n S E 4 0 N/2 Line 9.
(WILLIAM HOTCHKISS). Note: She may have
been the mother of the wife of William Hotchkiss and
Fritz Seifert (b. 1841 in Germany listed in the 1870
Clark County, Washington Territory Census). An
Emma L. Hodgkiss, a widow born in 1863 in Oregon,
whose parents were born in Germany is listed in the
1900 Census. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
PALMER, WILLIAM *
b. 1808 Massachusetts, d. 9 Mar 1888 died of
congestion of the lungs, age 80y. Int. 11 Mar 1888 in
SE 40-3 Line 9. (LORING C. PALMER). Widower
of Jane Gill Palmer, worked on a steamboat, (may
have been Colonel W.W. Palmer of the United States
Army in the 1850 Census), in the 1880 lived with son
Loring C. Palmer. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
PALMER, LORING CURTIS Jr.
b. Feb 1888 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
6 Oct 1888 of cholera , age 8m. Int. 7 Oct 1888 in
SE 40 Line 9. (LORING C. PALMER). Parents
w e r e Loring C. Palmer (1846-1912 Iowa) and
Catherine/Katy A. Judd (1855-1942 Illinois) both
buried in NW 136 Line 7. Ref: #3.
PALMER, DELLA E.
b. 15 Dec 1880 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 25 May 1881 no cause listed for death, age 6m
10d. Int. May 1881 in SE 40-1 Line 9. Parents were
L o r i n g C . P a l m e r ( 1 846-1 9 1 2 I o w a ) a n d
Catherine/Katy A.Judd (1855-1942 Illinois) both
buried in NW 136 Line 7. Ref: #3.
PALMER, ROY
b. 9 Jan 1888, d. 6 Oct 1888, age 9m 27d. Int. Oct
1888 in SE 40 S/2 Line 9. Parents were Loring C.
Palmer (1846-1912 Iowa and Catherine/Katy A.
Judd (1855-1942 Illinois, both buried in NW 136
Line 7. Ref: #3.
SE 40
SE 40 N/2 bought 7/23/1881 bought by William
Hotchkiss
SE 40 S/2 bought 6/14/1881 by Loring C. Palmer Sr.
JUDD, LYMAN NORTON
b. 1 Aug 1829, d. 9 Dec 1913 2 PM of apoplexy, age
84y 4m 8d. Int. 11 Dec 1913 in SE 40-4 Line 9.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was a w idower, a
retired farmer, lived at Talent, Jackson County,
Oregon (near Ashland), died at home no doctor was
listed. Funeral 11 Dec 1913 1:30 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Thomas F. May. Charged to
Mrs. Catherine Ann Palmer (1855-1942). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
SEIFERT, PHOEBE
JUDD, MORTON C.
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b. 1873, d. 14 May 1943. Int. 17 May 1943 in SE 40S/2 Line 9. (LORING C. PALMER) [GARDNER
MORTUARY] no information but he was probably a
son or grandson of Lyman/Luman Judd and his wife
(....Palmer). Parents were probably Lyman Judd
and his wife (name unknown). Ref: #3.
HODGKISS, WILLIAM THOMAS
b. 1859 England, d. 3 Apr 1900 of cancer, age 40y.
Int. Apr 1900 in SE 40 N/2 Line 9. (GRACE
VANSLYKE). He was married 15 Nov 1881 to
Emma Louise Burgy (1865-1926) daughter of John
Charles Burgy and Mary Ann Steffen). Parents were
not listed but were born in England. Ref: #3.
HODGKISS, EMMA LOUISE
b. 10 Mar 1865 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 5 Jul 1926 of mitral insufficiency, age
61y 3m 25d. Int. in SE 40 1/4 Line 9. [HAMILTON
FUNERAL HOME]. The widow of William Thomas
Hodgkiss (1859-1900). They were married 15 Nov
1881, she was a sister to Caroline Burgy Wood
(1858-1926), a housewife, Catholic, lived at 1811
Main St., Vancouver, died at home attended by Dr.
A.W. Stevenson of Vancouver. The funeral was 7 Jul
1926 9 AM at St. James Catholic Church with
Reverend Father Heeley. Children were all born in
Washington State:(1) William A. (b. Sep 1882), (2)
Herbert E. (Feb 1884), (3) Jennie V. (Jun 1890) and
(4) Minnie R. (Jan 1893) married Eugene Davis.
Charged to Arthur Hodgkiss. Parents were John
Burgy (1823-1901) and Mary Ann Steffen (18261905) both born in Alsace Loraine. They came to
the United States on the ship "Susan" in 1851 and
crossed the plains in a covered wagon in 1852. They
settled on a donation land claim of 320 acres, but
later it was canceled. John Burgy fought in the Indian
Uprising in 1855 and later fought on the Union side
of the Civil War as a member of the First Oregon
Calvary. Ref: #1, #3, #4, & #6 (1900 Census).
HODGKISS, HERBERT E.
b. Feb 1884 Washington, d. 28 Apr 1946 of heart
failure, age 62y 2m. Int. 30 Apr 1946 in SE 40-1 Line
9. (SELF) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Parents were William Thomas Hodkiss (1859-1900
England) and Emma Louise Burgy (1865-1926
Vancouver, Washington). Ref: #3, #5 & #6 (1900
Census).
DAVIS, EUGENE P.
b. Jun 1862, d. 31 Mar 1937 died of myocarditis, age
74y 9m. Int. Mar 1937 in SE 40 N/2 Line 9.
(WILLIAM HODGKISS). Parents were .....Davis
and Minnie Hodgkiss. Ref: #3.
SE 41
SE 41 N/2 bought 5/24/1906 by Mrs. Jos C. Burgy
from Geo Morrow
BURGY, JOSEPH HUBERT (Captain) *
b. 2 Nov 1851 at sea off Louisiana aboard the Ship
"Susan" three days before landing in the United
States, d. 17 Apr 1906 of calcareous degeneration of
the coronary arteries, age 54y 5m 15d, Int. Apr 1906
in SE 41 N/2 Line 8. He was married 16 May 1879
to Mary Sarah Thornton (1857-1945), Captain and
master pilot of steam boats on the Columbia River for
forty-seven years, he also towed sailing ships for the
Oregon R.& N. Parents were John Charles Burgy
Sr.* born (6 Jun 1823-1 Nov 1901) and married ca
1842/43 in Herslisheum Mary Ann Steffen 16 Jan
1826-3 Apr 1905) both born in Herslisheim, Alsace
Lorraine, France. They are buried at St. James Acres
Cemetery. The John Charles Burgy's with two
children left France in 1851, three days before land in
Louisana their 3rd child, Joseph was born. In 1852
they joined an Oregon bound Wagon Train and on 24
Oct 1854 they settled on 320 acres Donation Claim in
Clark County, Washington, but as he didn't fulfill
requirement so lost the land. John Burgy served with
Captain William Strong in the Indiana Uprising, and
at the beginning of the Civil War John enlisted with
Company "C" First Oregon Cavalry at Fort
Vancouver. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1850/1860, 1870, 1880,
1900 Census).
BURGY, MARY SARAH
b. Apr 1857 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 6 Feb 1945 senile, age 86y 10m. Int. 8
Feb 1945 in SE 41-2 Line 8. She was the widow of
Joseph Hubert Burgy (1854-1906) they were married
16 May 1879 in Clark County, Washington Territory,
housewife. Children were:(1) Harry Burgy (b. Apr
1880-18 Dec 1962 buried in St. James Acres
Cemetery) and (2) Eva Burgy (b. May 1885).
Parents were Thomas J. Thornton (1822-1877)
born in Spotsylvania, Virgina married 30 Jan 1846
in La Fourch Louisana to Cleophine Le Blanc (18281887) born in La Fourch, Louisana. They came to
Clark County, Washington Territory in 1853 and
settled 1855 on a Donation Claim in the St. John's
area. They are buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery.
Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
DEATON, EVA MAY
b. Sep 1885, d. 14 Jan 1919 died of pneumonia, age
33y 8m. Int. 16 Jan 1919 in SE 41 Line 8. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
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MORROW, JOHN
b. 1823 Tyrone County, Ireland, d. 4 Apr 1892, age
69y. Int. Apr 1892 in SE 41 N/2 Line 8. He was a
farmer, a widower to Elizabeth Wheeler Morrow
(1821-1873). In the 1870 Census he was living at the
Catholic Mass House as a laborer and his wife
Elizabeth was living with the children all born in
Washington Territory. Also living with Elizabeth and
her children was Isreal Murry age 52 born in
Virginia, a blacksmith. In the 1871 Census Elizabeth
and the children were not listed and John Morrow
was living with the John W. Caples family as a
farmer. NOTE: John may have had a brother and an
uncle. (1) Michael Morroh/Morrow b. 1826 Ireland
was a Private in 1860 at Vancouver Barracks and (2)
a John Morrow born 1790 Ireland a laborer in 1870
census lived at the Catholic Mass House. There is no
record of his burial. Parents were George Morrow
(born 1793- ) who was a soldier stationed at Astoria
and Fort Vancouver and his wife. Ref: #1, #3 # 6
(1870 & 1871 Census).
MORROW, ELIZABETH
b. 1821 Ireland, d. 1873 of an unknown cause, age
5 2 y . I n t . 1 8 7 3 i n SE 41-1 L ine 8. [GEORGE
MORROW]. She was married to John Morrow
(1823-1892). Their children were all born in
Washington Territory: (1) Annie (1852), (2) George
(1849-1918) who married 25 Apr 1876 Mary Rosella
Burgy (1844-1908) the widow of George P. Ernst
(1829- c a 1874/1875. John Morrow and Mary
Rosella Burgy are buried with several children in Lot
115 in St. James Acres Catholic Cemetery in
Vancouver, Washington, (3) Rosa age 15 who
married Loran E. McCurdy, (4) Elizabeth age 14, and
(5) Daniel age 9 (1861-1928 married Margaret S.
(1871-1914 buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery in
Vancouver, Washington); (6) James age 6; (7) Mary
age 4 and (8)Catherine age 2. Parents were names
"Wheeler" Ref: #3
SE 42
SE 43
SE 43 All bought 5/8/1872 John Leiser
SE 43 All bought by Louis Meyer
HAGUE, JOSEPH
b. 1862, d. 1892, age 30y, Int. in 1892 in SE 43-8 line
6. NO RECORD. May have been a brother to Charles
Hague (1859- ) and Mary Hague b. (1861- ) who
married Horace G. Daniels (a steamboat Captain).
Father may have been Charles Hague a mariner
born in New York about 1840. Ref: #3, #6 (1870 &
1871 Census).
MAYER, LOUIS F. *
b. 1832 Wurstenberg, Germany, d. 1888, age 56y.
Int. 1888 in SE 43-3 Line 6. (LOUIS MAYER). In
1880 Clark County Census listed "At U.S. Mil. Post
L.C ?. Parents were not listed but both born in
Wurstenberg Germany. R e f : # 3 & # 6 1 8 8 0
Census).
MAYER, ELIZABETH
b. 1836 Hessia, Germany, d. 13 Sep 1905 of old age,
age 69y. Int. 15 Sep 1905 in SE 43 Line 6. (LOUIS
F. MEYER). She was the widow of Louis F. Mayer.
Her Children in 1880 were all born in Washington
Territory: (1) Louis Jr. (1864-1883), (2) Anna (1866), (3) Ricka (1867-1972), and (4) Estella (18721957). Parents were not listed but were born in
Hessie, Germany. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
MAYER, LOUIS D. Jr.
b. 1864 Clark County Washington Territory, d. 1883
no cause listed, age 19y. Int. 1883 in SE 43-1 Line 6.
(LOUIS F. MAYER). Parents were Louis F. Mayer
(1832-1888) and Elizabeth Mayer (1836-1905) both
born in Germany. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
MAYER, RICKA LOUISE
b. 1867 Clark County Washington Territory, d. 1972,
age 104y. Int. 1972 in SE 43-3 Line 6. Parents were
Louis F.(1832-1888) and Elizabeth Mayer (18361905) both born in Germany. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
MAYER, ESTELLA C.
b. 1872 Clark County Washington Territory, d. 26
Aug 1957, age 85y. Int. Aug 1957 in SE 43-3 Line 6.
Parents were Louis F.(1832-1888) and Elizabeth
Mayer (1836-1905) both born in Germany. Ref: #3
& #6 (1880 Census).
SE 44
SE 44 All bought by Fred W. Bier 1880
CARTER, LOUISA
b. 24 Nov 1849 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 28 Jul 1913 of valvulor disease of the
heart, age 63y 8m 4d. Int. 29 Jul 1913 in SE 44-4
Line 5. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married 28
Apr 1873 in Vancouver, Washington to William F.
Carter (1842 Alabama-ca 1880 he may be buried in
Astoria, Oregon), housewife, Episcopalian, lived at
314 West 5th St., Vancouver, Washington; she died
at home attended by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of
Vancouver. The funeral was 29 Jul 1913 3 PM at the
Vancouver Episcopal Church with Reverend E. B.
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Collier. Charged to sons (1) Joseph "Dode" Carter
(Sep 1870 Vancouver) owned a Western Union
Telegraph and was the telegrapher, a tobacco and
billiards shop, and later a jewelry store, also he was a
Vancouver City Councilman; (2) daughter Minnie
Carter was born Mar 1874 in Vancouver;(3) Elwood
Carter (Feb 1875 Vancouver) married Allie M. Burt
daughter of Alex K. Burt and Sarah Gideon, and (4)
Mabel M. Carter (Mar 1877 Astoria, Oregon) married
Edward M. Scanlon a brother to Dr. John D. Scanlon.
From the Vancouver Independent newspaper 13 Sep
1906: "Mrs. Louisa Carter, mother of Councilman
Joseph Carter, fell off the porch of her son's home
striking her head. It was feared that she suffered a
brain concussion as she could hardly move for
several days, but then began to recover rapidly." Her
brother, Fred Bier was Postmaster in Vancouver from
1889-1894. He and his wife, Minnie, are buried in SE
128 Line 16. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bier
was born in Germany and mother in Ireland.
NOTE: Thomas Bier was a soldier with the first
soldiers to serve the Fort Vancouver Military Post.
Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 45
SE 45 All bought 9/4/1871 by Fred Shobert
SHOBERT, EDWIN L. Sr. *
b. 6 Jan 1896 Ridgefield, Clark County, Washington,
d. 12 Mar 1978 of heart failure, age 82y 3m 6d. Int.
16 Mar 1978 in SE 45-3 Line 4. (FRED SHOBERT)
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was
married 19 Aug 1932 to Mattie Eliza Mills. He was a
soldier in the US Army WW I. Parents were
William Henry Shobert (1849-1942) s o n o f
Frederick Shobert and Catherine C. Mace and Susan
Jane B r i n n ( 1 8 5 9 -1948) (buried at Ridgefield
Cemetery). She was the daughter of Andrew Jackson
Brinn and Mathilda Weigle. Ref: #1 #3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
SHOBERT, MATTIE ELIZA
b. 1911 Arkansas, d. 12 Feb 1993, age 82y. Int. 17
Feb 1993 in SE 45-4. Married 19 Aug 1932 to Edwin
L. Shobert Sr. (1896-1978) (SELF) [LAYNES
FUNERAL HOME.- Vancouver].). Children were:
(1) Edwin Lester Shobert Jr. who married to Susan
Stennet and (2) Claudia Shobert married & divorced
(1) Byron Hanke. Parents were named "Mills."
Ref. #1 #3.
DAWSON, SUSAN/SUSIE
b. Dec 1864, d. 21 May 1907 of an abscess of the
womb, age 43y 9m. Int. 24 May 1907 in SE 45 Line
4. (FRED SHOBERT) She was married to S.B.
Dawson (1859-1890) who died of typhoid fever and
is buried in SW 91 N/2 Line 11). Note: There was a
Dawson baby who was stillborn 1 Apr 1888 buried in
Potters Field; the father was S.B. Dawson. Susan
Dawson parents were not listed but may be Aaron
H . Y o s t s a n d C a t h e r i n e A l i c e S h o b e r t (the
daughter of Fred Shobert and Catherine C. Mace).
Ref: #1, #3.
SE 46
SE 46 all bought 7/1/1870 by Sumner Barker
BARKER, LUCINDA
b. 1824 Pennsylvania, d. 1 Jul 1870, age 46y. Int. Jul
1870 in SE 46-1 Line 3. She was married to Sumner
Barker (1810-? Maine) they didn't have listed any
children in the 1860 Census; Sumner Barker was
listed as a merchant. (He is not buried beside his
wife), Lucinda was an aunt of Mary Jane Bean
Hayden, wife of Guy Hayden - Hayden Island
Oregon is named for them - their first homestead);in
1850 Lucinda and Sumner Barker and the Hayden
family all crossed the Oregon Trail in covered
wagons and Mary Jane Hayden was pregnant with
twins. *On the way through Nebraska they
encountered a terrible storm: thunder, lightening cold
pelting rain, howling winds and frightened
stampeding animals. The Hayden wagon was over
turned and the tongue of their wagon was broken and
not a tree in sight, no wood to be found so they could
not hitch their oxen to the wagon. No one in their
train and no passing wagon had hard wood to make a
tongue. Their party was left stranded for two weeks
on the prairie. Finally Gay Hayden spotted a
Cottonwood tree (a soft wood) on an island in the
Platt River. He swam or waded to the Island, but that
wood tongue carried the Haydens to Oregon! Another
experience: a Bannock Indian tried to kidnap Mary
Jane Hayden (and she was pregnant at the time); her
father beat the Indian off. *Diary of Mary Jane
Hayden, 1850 Oregon Pioneer. Lucinda Baker's
parents were not listed but she may have a sister to
Mary Jane's father. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1,
#3 #6 (1850/1860 Census).
SE 47
SE 47 All bought 2/16/1871 by B. M. Washburn
EMERSON, RALPH
b. Jan 1900 Ohio, d. 6 Oct 1943 cause was not listed,
age 43y 8m. Int. 12 Oct 1943 in SE 47-3 Line 2.
(B.M. WASHBURN) [HALMILTON FUNERAL
HOME]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
HARMON, FLORENCE IDA
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b. 1858 Wisconsin, d. 11 Mar 1941 senile, age 83y.
I n t . 1 4 Ma r 1 9 4 1 i n SE 47 -2 L i n e 2 . (B.M.
WASHBURN) [MILLER-TRACY MORTUARYPortland, Oregon.].She had been married to
....Harmon. NOTE: her brother, Gardner Washburn,
is buried in SW 197 S/2 Line 12. Parents were B.M.
Washburn born in 1831 New York (he was a printer
and Post Master) and wife Julia A. Washburn born
1833 in New York. Ref: #3, #6 (1870, 1871 Census).
WARNER, WILLIAM JAY
b. 1881 New York, d. 12 Feb 1944 of TB, age 63y.
Int. 14 Feb 1944 in SE 47-4 Line 2 (has marker
"Father") [ESTATE]. He was married to Charlotte D.
Warner (1886-1965). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
WARNER, CHARLOTTE D.
b. 1886 New York, d. 11 Aug 1965 no cause listed,
age 79y. Int. 16 Aug 1965 in SE 47-5 Line 2 (has
marker "Mother"). [SELF]. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WHITEGON, FRANK W.
b. 15 Jan 1881 Kansas, d. 21 Oct 1943, age 62y 9m
6d. Int. 28 Oct 1943 in SE 47-7 Line 2. [F.H.
HAMILTON]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WHITEGON, HAROLD E.
b. 1 Jun 1916, Washington, d. 6 Oct 1945 of TB, age
29y 4m 5d. Int. 11 Oct 1945 in SE 47-2 Line 2.
[HAMILTON MORTUARY]. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Frank W. Whitegon. Ref: #3.
MASON, HATTIE L.
b. 1883 Kansas, d. 26 Apr 1972 died of a stroke, age
88y 4m,. Int. 28 Apr 1972 in SE 47-8 Line 2 (has
marker "Mother". (SELF). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SE 48
SE 48 All bought 8/31/1869 by John Tooley
TOOLEY, JOHN SLOAN Sr.(Colonel) *
b. 15 Jul 1806 Albermarle, Amherst County,
Virginia, d. 2 Nov 1878 in Washougal, Clark County,
Washington Territory, age 72y 3m 18d. Int. Nov
1878 in SE 48 Line 1. He was married to Margaret S.
Brown (1808-1868) born in North Carolina. He and
his family with five children crossed the plaines in
1852. He was a farmer who settled on a Donation
Claim of 320 acres in Washougal, Clark County,
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1870, & 1871 Census).
TOOLEY: MARGARET S.
b. 19 Apr 1808 North Carolina, d. 12 Sep 1868, age
60y 5m 23d. Int. Sep 1868 in SE 48 Line 1. She
married 15 Jan 1829 in Columbus, Bartholomew
County, Indiana to John Sloan Tooley Sr. Came over
the plaines in a Wagon Train in 1852 with five
children. The Children were:(1) George James (18311883), (2) Mary A. (1870-1895 married as the 2nd
wife of James T. Goss, (3) Jeremiah H.(1833-1854),
(5) Millie Ann (1835-1835) and (6) Frances Eleanore
(1835-1835) twins, and (7) John Sloan Jr.(18361914). Parents were named "Brown". Ref: #1, #3.
TOOLEY, GEORGE JAMES
b. 18 Aug 1831 Bartholomew County, Indiana, d. 15
Sep 1883, age 51y 11m 28d. Int. Sep 1883 in SE 48
Line 1. He was married to Mary Ann Gault. With his
parents he crossed the Oregon trail in 1852 to Clark
County Washington Territory and took out a
Donation Land Claim of 160 acres next to his father's
in Washougal, Clark County and settled on it 28 Mar
1855. He was a farmer, a carpenter and a cattleman
with the brand "GT" on the right hip of the animal.
His children all born in Washington Territory
were:(1) John Pembroke, (2) Charles Daniel, (3)
George Jr., (4) Mary Elizabeth who married Fred S.
Weston, (5) Alice Gault, (6) Freddie and (7) Lucy
Ella. Parents were John Sloan Tooley Sr. (18061878) born in Virginia and Margaret S. Brown
(1808-1868) born in North Carolina. Ref: #1, #3 &
#6 (1870, 1880 Census).
TOOLEY, ALICE GAULT
b. 15 Aug 1878 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 12 Sep 1888 no cause was
listed, age 10y 28d. Int. 14 Sep 1888 in SE 48 Line 1.
(JOHN TOOLEY). Parents were George James
Tooley (1831-1883) born in Indiana and Mary Ann
Gault born in Iowa. Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1880 Census).
TOOLEY, CHARLES DANIEL *
b. 18 Nov 1864 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 21 May 1941 of chronic
myocarditis and coronary occlusion, age 76y 6m 3d.
Int. 23 May 1941 in SE 48-8 Line 1. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married 18 Feb 1889 to
Agnes E. Williams (1870-1952) daughter of Capt.
Robert & Elizabeth Jane Williams. Charles Daniel
Tooley was first a soldier - Private 4th Washington
Infantry;. a railroad retiree from SP & S Railroad
Co., was a Protestant, lived at 1847 SW 12th St.,
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon - had lived in
Washington State most of his life, died at home of
attended by Dr. C.C. Wilcox of the Selling Bldg. of
Portland. Funeral 23 May 1941 at KNAPP CHAPEL
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with Reverend T.E. Elliot of Vancouver. Ordered and
charged to wife, Agonies E. Tooley. Parents were
George James Tooley (1831-1883) born in Indiana
and Mary Ann Gault. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870, 1880,
1900 Census).
TOOLEY, AGNES E.
b. Feb 1870 born in Iowa, d. 9 Mar 1952 of dropsy
(diabetes), age 81y 11m. Int. 13 Mar 1952 in SE 48-7
Line 1. She was married 18 Feb 1889 to Charles
Daniel Tooley. Parents were Capt. Robert Williams
(1834-1912) Civil War Vet born in Wales and
Elizabeth Jane (1836-1912) born in Scotland. (both
buried in NE 63 Line 15). Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1900
Census).
GOSS, MARY
b. ca 1832 Virginia, d. Mar 1895, age ca 63y. Int.
Mar 1895 in SE 48 Line 1. (JOHN TOOLEY). She
was married 18 Dec 1884 as his 2nd wife Colonel
James G. Goss (1834-1910) buried in NW 33 beside
his 1st wife Eliza. Parents were John Sloan Tooley
Sr. (1806-1878) born in Virginia and Margaret S.
Brown (1808-1868) born in North Carolina. Ref:
#1, #3.
MARTIN, FAYE LEONA
b. 1885 Washington Territory, d. 30 Oct 1934 of a
hemorrhage, age 49y. Int. Nov 1934 in SE 48 Line 1.
(JOHN TOOLEY). {Ref: #1 William W. Tooley (b.
1865 son of John Sloan Tooley Jr, and Julia Ann
Brown) married Emma E. Strong (b. 1875-1947
daughter of Ezra Strong and Mary Ann Niseonger),
but in Ref:#6 1900 as a widow and born in 1858 she
had a daughter 14 years named Leona Faye born in
1885 this may be the Faye Leona Martin. Parents
were ? William W. Tooley (1865- ?) and Emma
Strong (1858- ?) Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 49
SE 49 N/2 bought 4/11/1872 D. La Clair
S E 4 9 S / 2 b o u g h t 1 /30/1904 bought by Mrs.
(Dorothy) Jacob Duback
BAKER, WILLIAM
b. 19 May 1798 Lansingburg, New York, d. 25 Jan
1870 cause of death not listed but he died in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory, age
71y 8m 6d. Int. Jan 1870 in SE 49-7 N/2 Line 1. (D.
LaCLAIR). He was married to ? Martha (1805
Germany -). Had a granddaughter, Drusilla Baker
who married William Quarles Matthews. She was the
daughter of his son George William Baker (1833and his wife Susan. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #6 (1860 Census).
DUBACK, JACOB *
b. 22 Jan 1822 Unterbuien, Baden, Germany, d. 27
Jan 1904 of old age, age 82y 0m 5d. Int. 30 Jan 1904
in SE 49 S/2 Line 1. (DOROTHEA DUBACK). He
was a naturalized citizen in 1846, and was in the US
Army 3rd Artillery; was in many battles in the
Mexican War. After the Mexican War he reenlisted
in the Third U.S. Artillery and on Christmas Eve
1853 the troops boarded the steamship "San
Francisco" bound for California; there were 1100
aboard including his new bride. They encounted a
sever storm at midnight off of Sandy Hook, New
Jersey and there were three hundred people swept
overboard and drowned. There was no food because
of the debrie caused by the storm, but the ship stayed
afloat. The people left were able after 3 days to break
into the food compartments. Cholera broke out
amoung the passengers left and many of the surviors
died. It was three weeks before they were rescued by
a ship "Three Bells" bound for Liverpool and Jacob
and Dorothea Duback were taken aboard and ended
up in Liverpool, England. The Dubacks took another
ship back to New York. The rest of the people on the
stricken ship were picked up from the wreckage.
Only 300 of the 1100 people survived. After the
Duback were rescued and bound for Liverpool, the
U.S. Ship "Kilby" bound for Boston took another
group to that port; then the ship "Antarctic" arrived
and took the remaining passengers. It was one of the
worst shipwrecks in the 1800's. There was no
wireless that had been invented. Jacob was married in
1850 Newport, Rhode Island Dorothea Sauer (18391917), she was a naturalized citizen in 1853. The
Dubacks the following April went overland first the
Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. They traveled via train,
boat and finally got to San Francisco. Jacob was in
the Army for 10 years and fought in the Rogue River
Indian Wars. In 1858 Jacob Duback came to Ft.
Vancouver and they finally bought a farm of 517
acres in the Mill Plain area of Camas, Washington
where he raised prunes which were so popular in
Germany among other fruit trees. Jacob was school
director for nine years. Parent were named Fruits
D u b u q u e (originally TU Bah) and Catherine
Burnished both were born in Badmen Badmen,
Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870, 1871, 1880, 1900
Census).
DUBACK, DOROTHEA
b. 26 Feb 1839 Worssburg, Barvaria, Germany, d. 27
Oct 1917 of heart failure, age 78y 8m 1d. Int. 29 Oct
1917 in SE 49 Line 1 (has marker "Mother At Rest".
(SELF). She was the widow of Jacob Duback (18221904), a naturalized citizen of the United States in
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1853, housewife, she had 12 children:(1)
Francis/Frank (1856-1924 Oregon) married Hulda
Homes - divorced; (2) Frederick Vincent (1858-1934
California) married Amanda Elizabeth Leeper -they
are buried in Park Hill Cemetery; (3) Charles Peter
(1860-1 9 2 5 W a s h i n g t o n T e r r i t o r y ) ; ( 4 ) M a y
Elizabeth (1862-1932 Washington Territory) married
(a) Capt. Lester A. Bailey (b) ( ? ) buried in
Riverview Cemetery, Portland, Oregon. (5) May
Dorothea (1864-1938 Washington Territory) married
Joseph N. Bybee buried at Lincoln Memorial Park
Mausoleum, Portland, Oregon; (6) Ida Jane (18661931 Washington Territory) married Matthew Steele
buried at Lincoln Memorial Park, Portland, Oregon;
(7) John Nicholas/Nick (1868-1923 Washington
Territory) married Martha Violet McKendry buried at
Park Hill Cemetery; (8) Joseph "Henry" (1870-1946
Washington Territory) married Cora Maud Hitchcock
buried at Park Hill Cemetery; (9) Julia (1872-1941
Washington Territory) married John A. Brown buried
at Park Hill Cemetery; (10) Dr. Jacob D. Duback
(optometry) (1874 Washington Territory-?) retired to
Salem, Oregon) married Della Stone; (11) Robert
Edwin "Ed" (1877-1951) married (a) Mary Elizabeth
Young (1880-1925 Washington Territory), (b)
married Sylvia ( ) divorced; (c) Bernice G. divorced;
buried at Park Hill Cemetery; and (12) Ray Duback
(1881-1950 Washington Territory) married Clara Etta
Fradenburg buried at Park Hill Cemetery. The Jacob
Duback's had many grandchildren, great
grandchildren Etc. Dorothea's parents were Jacob
and Mary Ann Sauer both born in Germany. Ref:
#3, #6 (1870, 1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
DUBACK, FRANCIS "FRANK" JACOB
b. 16 Apr 1856 Port Orford, Curry County, Oregon,
d. 30 Dec 1924 of cancer of the liver at Astoria,
Oregon, age 68y 8m 24d. Int. 2 Jan 1925 in SE 49-4
Line 1. He married Hulda Homes - divorced (she was
the daughter of Charles B. Holmes and Lydia Pitner.
She married (2) Arthur B. Wilson). Frank was a
barber, spent most of his life as a steamboat man on
the Columbia River, lived at Astoria and Warrenton,
Clapsop County, Oregon. The doctor was not listed.
Funeral 2 Jan 1924 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend Charles Baskerville. Ordered and charged
to brother, Dr. J.A. Duback of 644 Elliott St.,
Portland, Oregon. Parents were Jacob D. Duback
(1822-1904) and Dorothea Sauer (1839-1917) both
born in Germany. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870, 1871, 1880
Census).
CLOUGH, IVA JULIA
b. Nov 1893, d. 19 Dec 1953 of heart failure at
Yakama Washington, age 61y 1m. Int. 23 Dec in SE
49-1 Line 1. (JACOB DUBACK) [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Married (1) Cromwell V.
Danforth, married (2) Harold Clough. Parents were
John Nicholas "Nick" Duback (1868-1929) ran a
store at Fisher and Martha Violet McKendry (18731923) Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 50
SE 50 all bought by D. Brown
BROWN, DAVID
b. 1829 Finland, d. 1870, age 41y, Int. 1870 in SE 501 Line 2 (SELF). Saloon Keeper in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington. He had a brother
Matthew Brown born 1836 Wisconsin or
Pennsylvania who was also a Saloon Keeper in 1870
in Vancouver and could had y was a younger brother
to David Brown. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3,
#6 (1870, 1871 Census).
BROWN, MATTHEW
b. 17 Dec 1836 Pennsylvania, d. 24 Nov 1915 of a
valvular heart disease, age 78y 11m 23d. Int. 26 Nov
in SE 50-5 line 5. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Theresa Webber Brown (1842-1923),
saloon keeper with his brother David in the 1870,
retired merchant, lived at 202 East 7th St. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 26 Nov
1915 2 PM at the Vancouver Episcopal Church with
Reverend E.B. Collier. Charged to wife Mrs. Theresa
Brown and daughter (1) Miss Laura Brown; other
daughters were (2) Mattie (b. Nov 1883 and (3) Nita
(b. Jan 1886). Pall bearers were Lowell M. Hidden ,
W.D. Smith, J. A. Munday, A.G. Potter, J.B.
Atkinson, and Joseph Carter. NOTE: Near relatives
were Mrs. E.M. Baker, Mrs. H. J. Kelly, Mrs. H.E.
Gregg all of Portland, Oregon. Parents were
Seymour Brown and Jeanette Anderson both born
in Scotland. Ref: #3, #4, #6 (1871 Census).
BROWN, THERESA
b. 26 Jan 1842 Ohio, d. 7 Oct 1923 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 81y 9m 11d. Int. 9 Oct 1923 in SE
50-2 Line 2. [KNAPP CHAPEL] [ buried in the
David Brown plot]. She was the widow of Matthew
Brown (1836-1915), housewife, lived at 202 East 7th
St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. Charles E.B. Flagg of
Vancouver. The funeral was 9 Oct 1923 at the
Vancouver Episcopal Church with Reverend C.H.
Powell. Mother of Laura O. Brown (1879-1938),
Minnie (1872-1896) married .....Johnson, Nita (1886). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. George Webber not
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listed but they were born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #3,
#4, #6 (1871 Census).
BROWN, LAURA O.
b. 29 Jun 1879 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 23 Jul 1938 of cancer of the cervix,
age 59y 0m 24d. Int. 29 Jul 1938 in SE 50-5 Line 2.
Single, landlord, self employed, Episcopal, lived at
202 East 7th St., had lived in Vancouver 59 years
since birth, died at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver,
attended by Dr. L.E. Nunn of Vancouver. The funeral
was 29 Jul 1938 at St. Lukes Episcopal Church in
Vancouver with Reverend Charles Stanley Mook of
Vancouver. Ordered by Mattie V. Kelly. Charged to
the estate % William C. Bates (Attorney). Parents
were Matthew Brown (1836-1915 Wisconsin) an
early merchant in Vancouver and Theresa Webber
(1842-1923 born in Ohio) both have markers in the
Brown Plot NE 50. Ref: #3, #4 #6 (1871 Census).
BROWN, JEANETTE
b. Feb 1889 Washington, d. 19 Aug 1945, age 56y
7m. Int. in SE 50-6 Line 2. (MAT BROWN). He was
single Parents were Mathew Brown (1836-1915)
Wisconsin and Theresa Webber (1842-1923) Ohio.
Ref: #3 #6 (1900 Census).
JOHNSON, MINNIE F.
b. 1872, d. 5 Sep 1896 of heart failure., age 23y. Int.
7 Sep 1896 in SE 50 Line 2. Married to a man named
....Johnson. Parents were Matthew Brown (18361870) Wisconsin and Theresa Webber (1842-1923)
born in Ohio. Ref: #3.
BAKER, ORA C.
b. 1869 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 1934, age 65y. Int. 1934 in SE 50 Line
2. She was married to E.M. Baker. No details.
Parents were Matthew Brown (1836-1915) born in
Wisconsin and Theresa Webber (1842-1923) born
in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
KELLY, HARRY J. Dr.
b. 1882 Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, d. 16 Feb
1922 of heart failure, age 40y. Int. Feb 1922 in SE 50
Line 2 (MATTLE BROWN KELLY). He was
married to Mattie V. Brown (1883-1957), member of
the Vancouver Barracks Hospital Corp. Detachment;
in 1900 he was Clark County Census bureau. They
had a son, Jerome Kelley. Parents were not listed
but h is father was born in Wisconsin and his
mother in Iowa. Ref: #3, #6 (1900 Census).
KELLY, MATTIE V.
b. 1883 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 3 Apr 1957 of heart failure, age 74y. Int.
6 Apr 1957 in SE 50-7 Line 2 (SELF). [FINLEY
MORTUARY- Portland, Oregon.] She was the
widow of Dr. Harry J. Kelly. Parents were Matthew
Brown (1836-1915) Wisconsin and Theresa Webber
(1842-1923) Ohio. Ref: #3 & #4, #6 (1900 Census).
KELLY, JEROME
b. 1908 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, d. 15
Mar 1973, died of arteriosclerosis, age 65y. Int. 21
M a r 1 9 7 3 i n S E 5 0 -8 L i n e 2 . [COLONIAL
MORTUARY - Portland, Oregon.] Parents were Dr.
Harry J. Kelly (1882-1922) born in Wisconsin and
Mattie V. Brown (1883-1957) Washington. Ref: #3.
SE 51
SE 51 All bought 2/11/1871 by William H. Dillon
DILLON, WILLIAM HENRY
b. 4 Jul 1818 Kent County, Delaware, d. 9 Dec 1895
of old age, age 77y 5m 5d. Int. Dec 1895 in SE 51
Line 3. (W.H. DILLON). Married (1) Harriet Hatten
(1819-1871) and (2) 7 Aug 1872 a widow, Elizabeth
Swetland (1821- ) . NOTE: Three of her children
named "Swetland" are buried in the same plot. In
1847 William Dillon, his first wife Harriet Hatten and
son Arthur along with William's brother Jeremiah
(Junnifer) Dillon (1826-1856) and his wife Roxy Ann
Brooks, joined in the large Oregon bound Oskaloosa
Company Wagon Train (it was too large to be
manageable so finely broke into units during the trip
west). The Dillon family settled on a claim at Litton
Oregon (then part of the Washington Territory), latter
they moved to Sauvies Island which was also in
Washington Territory. When the California Gold
strike began William moved the family near
Sacramento; they nearly starved while William
looked for treasure; so they moved back to Litton,
Oregon. William lived at Litton, Oregon but also
claimed land at Vancouver Lake area along the
Washington side of the Columbia River (this was all
Oregon territory). An older brother John T. Dillon
(1816 born in Delaware) and his wife Sophia Porter
(born 1816 in Kentucky) crossed the Oregon trail in
1852 with 3 of their 4 children and settled in the
Lancaster district -Lake River Post Office). Parents
were Arthur Dillon (died 15 Feb 1840 in Cedar
County, Iowa) and Nancy Hatten). Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1860, 1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
DILLON, HARRIET
b. 14 May 1819 Kentucky, d. 11 Feb 1871 no cause
was listed, age 51y 8m 23d. Int. Feb 1871 in SE 51-7
Line 3 [W.H. DILLON]. Married to William Henry
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Dillon (1818-1895). NOTE: he remarried 7 Aug 1872
to Elizabeth Swetland (1821 in Ohio - a widow with
three children - Elizabeth Hatten Matthews (18181878) wife of John Harvey Matthews was her sister).
Harriet Dillon's children were:(1) Arthur J. Dillion
(1847-1922 - who married Nancy Joella Nye they are
buried in NW 76) and (2) Nancy Jane Dillon (1856who married Alonzo Durgan). The Dillons lived in
Litton, Oregon for 22 years but also had a farm in
Clark County Washington. In 1852 they were joined
by her sister Elizabeth Hatten Matthews and her
family, plus William's brothers John and Jeremiah
Dillon and their families. Parents were named
"Hatten". Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860 & 1871 Census).
DILLON, THOMAS NYE
b. 9 Dec 1878 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 11 Apr 1928 of a fractured skull, age
49y 4m 2d. Int. 13 Apr 1928 in SE 51-5 Line 3.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was a farmer who lived
at McMinnville, Yamhill County. Oregon [when ten
years of age he had moved with his parents from
Vancouver to Umatilla County, Oregon, and then to
Portland, Oregon]. He died at the McMinnville
Hospital of a fractured skull inflicted while cutting
wood when a large limb fell from the tree which he
was cutting. He was attended by a doctor from
McMinnvill e . T h e b o d y w a s s h i p p e d f r o m
McMinnville in a private family car for the funeral 13
Apr 1928 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Coleman E. Byram. Ordered by and charged to his
sister Kitty (Mrs. C.S. Miller b. 1873) of 800 East
Salmon St., Portland, Oregon). He was survived by: a
daughter Mrs. Dorothy Ferguson of Fresno,
California, a son J. N. Dillon of Eugene, Oregon and
four grandchildren, also his sister Kitty Miller, his
mother Nancy Joella Nye Dillon, a brother Arthur H.
Dillon of Portland, Oregon, Parents were Arthur
Jonah Dillon (1847-1922 born in Iowa) and Nancy
Joella Nye (1851-1930 born in Missouri) buried in
NW 76 Line 16. Ref: #1, #3, & #4.
SWETLAND, GEORGE
b. Mar/Apr 1856 Iowa, d. 20 Sep 1873, age 17y 6m.
Int. Sep 1873 in SE 51-1 Line 3 (has marker).
[William H. Dillon - Stepfather]. Parents were Mr. ( )
Swetland (died before 1870) and Elizabeth (1821born in Ohio) Swetland Dillon. Ref: #3.
SWETLAND, SCOTT
b. Oct. 1859 Iowa, d. ca 18 Feb 1915, age 56y. Int. 20
F e b 1 9 1 5 i n S E 5 1 L i n e 3 . Married to Lizzie
Swetland. He was a fruit buyer and owned his home
in 1900. Parents were Mr. ( ) Swetland born in
Connecticut and Elizabeth (born 1821 in Ohio.)
Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
SWETLAND, LIZZIE
b. Apr 1862 Connecticut, d. 25 Jul 1922 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 60y 3m. Widow of Scott Swetland.
Int. 27 Jul 1922 in SE 51 Line 3. Parents were not
listed but father was born in Germany and
mother in Ireland. Ref: #3.
SE 52
SE 52 All bought 1871 by Steven Winterberger
WINTERBERGER, STEPHEN
b. 16 Mar 1843 Alsace Lorraine French/German
border, d. 21 Sep 1911 of a cerebral hemorrhage, age
67y 6m 5d. Int. Sep 1911 in SE 52 Line 4. Married in
1867 to Barbarba Remlinger (1843-1908), both were
Catholic. They emigrated to the United States and
entered into the Port of New York; filed there for
immigration papers and took another ship around
Cape Horn and arrived in Clark County Washington
Territory in April 1868. Stephen was a farmer and in
the 1900 census he rented a 14 acre farm. In 1910 he
opened a butcher Shop. Parents were not listed but
were born in Alsace Lorraine. Ref: #2, #3, #6
(1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
WINTERBERGER, BARBARA
b. 16 Aug 1843 Alsace Lorraine French/German
border, d. 20 Apr 1908, age 65y 9m 4d. Int. in 22 Apr
1908 in SE 52 Line 4.. Married in 1867 in Alsace
Lorraine to Stephen Winterberger, housewife, was a
sister to Nicholas Remlinger (1840-1921) who is
buried with his wife and several children in St. James
Acres in Vancouver. Barbara and Stephen
Winterberger had 10 children, six of whom had died
by 1900:(1) Mary E. (1869-1883), (2) Michael (18701871), (3) Carolina "Carrie" married William Stanger
(they are buried in St. James Acres Cemetery in
Vancouver), (4) Katie C. (1874- ) married Frank
Thompson, (5) Theresa "Molly" (1875-1903), (6)
Edward (1880- ) married Monta E. Sutherland, (7)
Stephen Jr. (1877-1880), (8) Stephen (1881-1883) (9)
Joseph (1884-1906) and (10) Anna Mary (18861978) married Adolph Graff buried in NW 219-1
Line 9. Parents were named "Remlinger" both
born in Alsace Lorraine, France. Ref: #2, #3, #6
(1871, 1880 & 1900 Census).
WINTERBERGER, MARY E.
b. 29 Mar 1869 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 20 Mar 1883 no cause of death was listed, age 13y
11m 9d. Int. Mar 1883 in SE 52 Line 4. She was a
student. Parents were Stephen Winterberger (184337
1911) and Barbara Remlinger (1843-1908) both
born in Alsace Lorraine. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1871
Census).
WINTERBERGER, MICHAEL
b. 26 Jan 1870 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 24 Sep 1871, age 1y 8m 2d, Child. Int. Sep 1871 in
SE 52 Line 4. (STEVE WINTERBERGER). Parents
w e r e Stephen Winterberger (1843-1911) and
Barbara Remlinger (1843-1908) both born in
Alsace Lorraine. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1871 Census).
WINTERBERGER, STEPHEN Jr.
b. 9 Feb 1877 Clark County Washington Territory, d.
27 Mar 1880, age 3y 1m 18d, Child. Int. Mar 1880 in
S E 5 2 -5 L i n e 4 . (STEVE WINTERBERGER).
Parents were Stephen Winterberger (1843-1911)
and Barbara Remlinger (1843-1908) both born in
Alsace Lorraine. Ref #2, #3.
WINTERBERGER, FRANK L.
b. 9 Nov 1881 Clark County Washington Territory, d.
6 Jun 1883, age 2y 5m 27d, Child. Int. Jun 1883 in
SE 52 Line 4. (STEVE WINTERBERGER.) Parents
w e r e Stephen Winterberger (1843-1911) and
Barbara Remlinger (1843-1908) both born in
Alsace Lorraine. Ref: #2 & #3.
WINTERBERGER, THERESE "MOLLIE"
b. 21 May 1875 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 9 Aug 1903, died of pneumonia, age 28y, 2m 18d.
I n t . A u g 1 9 0 3 i n S E 5 2 - L i n e 4 . (STEVE
WINTERBERGER). P a r e n t s w e r e Stephen
Winterberger (1843-1911) and Barbara Remlinger
(1843-1908) both born in Alsace Lorraine. Ref: #2,
#3, & #6 (1880 Census).
WINTERBERGER, JOSEPH
b. 31 Mar 1884 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 17 Oct 1906 of TB, age 22y 7m 17d. Int. Oct 1906
i n S E 5 2 L i n e 4 . (STEVE WINTERBERGER.)
Joseph worked under the Federal Government at
$20/month as a lighthouse keeper on the North Bank
of the Columbia River. Duties were to row out to the
lighthouse, in no matter the weather and light was
cleaned and lighted the beacon guided ships in the
evening or when the daylight was diminished; then
Joseph rowed out the next day at sunrise cleaned the
glass and extinguish the light. He suffered with TB
and about 1904 turned the job over to his youngest
sister, Anna, and then he went to California to regain
his health, but he only survived 2 years. Parents
w e r e Stephen Winterberger (1843-1911) and
Barbara Remlinger (1843-1908) both born in
Alsace Lorraine. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 53
SE 53 All bought 7/12/1883 by Charles W. Slocum
SLOCUM, JEREMIAH H.
b. 28 Mar 1836 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island
or Warwick, Bristol County, Massachusetts, d. 15
Apr 1902 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington of
consumption, age 66y 0m 18d. Int. Apr 1902 in SE
53 Line 5. Clerk in h is brother Charles' stores,
probably arrived in Vancouver with his father,
Edward Slocum, in 1880. He was the oldest son of
and oldest of nine children. The other Slocums who
settled in Clark County Washington were Rebecca
Slocum Brown (1844-1910 wife of Charles Brown
(SE 88 Line 8) and Edward Slocum Jr, (1828-1893)
married Sarah Rebecca Patterson buried in SW 192
Line 16. Parents were Edward Slocum Sr.(18151882) and Renewed Hazard both born in Rhode
Island. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
SLOCUM, CHARLES WILBUR
b. 19 Jun 1835 New Bedford, Barrington County,
Massachusetts, d. 21 Sep 1912 of dilation of the
heart, age 77y 3m 2d. Int. 25 Sep 1912 in SE 53-5
Line 5 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He lived as a youth
in Providence, Rhode Island and learned from his
uncle to be a master carpenter. Charles Sloucm in
1857, with his cousin, William C. Hazard [1827-1913
buried in SE 74-1 Line 7], left the east coast and took
a steamer to Panama to crossed the Isthmus of
Panama, boarded the "Golden Gate" which was
sailing north and landed in San Francisco. Then in
less than a year he went by ship northward to
Portland, Oregon finally he settled in Vancouver
where he opened a general merchandise store and did
carpentry for the Vancouver Barracks. He was
married in 1861 to Laura R. Riggs (1838-1914),the
daughter Rube Riggs and Sarah Bagly. In 1862
following the Idaho gold rush he opened another
merchandise store in Lewiston, Idaho to supply the
miners. He found that it was much more profitable to
supply the miners with supplies than to search for
gold. He sold all the stores in 1869 except the one in
Vancouver which was sold in 1890. After the Gold
Rush in Idaho he laid out the City of Boise Idaho
with the assistance of two army officers and there
established another general store. He chose managers
for his stores. He was also in the freight business for
many years as he owned 30 - mule teams of ten
mules per team, that is 300 mules. The Slocums built
a beautiful home in the town of Washougal,
Washington some 18 to 20 miles via boat from
Vancouver and later built another Victorian style
house. He and his family lived in the home at 1012
38
West 12th St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
(Note: t h e h o u s e h a s b e e n m o v e d s i n c e a n d
preserved; it is now called "The Slocum House" and
used for weddings and stage plays). Clarles Slocum
died at home in the City of Vancouver attended by
Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral was 25
Sep 1912 2 PM at home with Reverend D.C. Kellems
and Reverend Bishop. Charged to wife Laura R.
Slocum and Charles D. Hayes (who married Mabel S.
Sturgess). Parents were Edward Slocum (18151882) and Renewed Hazard both born in Rhode
Island. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1880, 1900 Census).
SLOCUM, LAURA RIGGS
b. 1 Jan 1838 Iowa, d. 24 Dec 1914 of myocardites at
Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California, age
76y 11m 23d. Int. 31 Dec 1914 in SE 53-4 Line 5
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow of Charles Wilbur
Slocum (1834-1912). They were married 18 May
1861 at Vancouver, Clark County, Washington and
had no children. Laura Riggs Slocum crossed the
Oregon Trail in 1852 with her parents Ruben Riggs
and Sarah Bagley and her siblings. Charles Slocum
built a beautiful home overlooking the Columbia
River in Washougal, Washington for them as a
summer home and built and later built another
Victorian style townhouse which was the show place
at 12th & King Sts. in the City of Vancouver. Laura
was a housewife and a leading socialite, She lived at
the time of her death at the Town house, but died in
Long Beach California while on a vacation attended
by Dr. Selling of that City. The remains were sent
back to Vancouver and the funeral was 31 Dec 1914
2 PM at her home with Reverend D.C. Kellems
(Episcopal Church) of Eugene, Oregon. [Charged to
her estate]. Pall bearers were Messes McMaster,
Marshall, Rowley, Eastham, Duggan, and William
Shaw. Near Relatives were Mrs. Alice (S. A.)
Dougherty of North Powder River, Oregon. Laura's
sister Adeline married 24 Dec 1853 Philip M.
Buchanan of Washougal, Washington. She also had a
brother Walter born ca 1852 in Iowa just before her
family set out to cross to Oregon. In 1860 William E.
Harvey (born 1836 in Maine) lived with the Riggs
Family, (in the 1870 Census he was living in
Jefferson County Washington and was listed as a
mariner born in Massachusetts.) Parents were
Ruben Riggs (1804-1881) and Sarah Bagley (18121883) both born in New York. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6
(1880, 1900 Census).
RIGGS, RUBEN *
b. 23 Sep 1804 Wayne County, New York, d. 4 Aug
1881 from paralysis which he had suffered for years
and died nearly helpless, age 76y 10m 9d. Int. Aug
1881 in SE 53-4 Line 5. Married 22 Sep 1832 to
Sarah Bagley (1812-1883), traveled over the Oregon
Trail in 1852 with their five children. Ruben Riggs
during the Indian Wars in 1855/56 served under
Captain William Strong in CO. "A" First Regiment of
the Washington Mounted Rifles and later was a
Corporal with Captain William Kelly Clark County
Rangers. Claimed 317.75 acres of Donation land in
Washougal, Clark County, Washington. Parents
were not listed but the father was born in upper
New York. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1880 Census.)
RIGGS, SARAH
b. 19 Oct 1812 New York, 5 Apr 1883, age 70y 6m
14d. Int. Apr 1883 SE 53-3 Line 5. Widow of Ruben
Riggs (1804-1881) married 22 Sep 1832 at the
Northwest District of Newcastle, Upper Canada. She
was a housewife and mother; She traveled 7 months
over the Oregon Trail in 1852 with her children:(1)
William P. Riggs- no information about him, (2)
Andrew Riggs (1841 born in Canada- married Ellen
Durgan daughter of Joseph Durgan Sr. and Judiah
Nancy Rowland and he was a farmer, had 5 sons in
1870 Census; Joseph, William, Meyron/Myron,
James L. and Henry; (3) Adaline Riggs married
Philip M. Bucanhan buried in SE 94 Line 14 had 2
sons, George and Samuel; (4) Laura P. Riggs married
Charles Slocum they are buried in SE 53 Line 5, and
(5) Walter L. Riggs married Clara M. Kidwell had 2
children: Alice Elizabeth and Edward Alvin Riggs;
they lived near Baker, Oregon. Sarah Bagley Riggs
was a pioneer of Washington Territory and settled in
the Washougal area of Clark County, Washington
Territory. She was buried in the Slocum Plot beside
her husband Ruben. Parents were not listed, but
they were named "Bagley". Note: A relative may
have been Pvt. Hubert Bagley born Apr 1872 in
Canada but from San Francisco, California in the
1900 Census. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870, 1880 &
1900 Census).
BUCHANAN, GEORGE M.
b. 1860 Fern Prairie, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 30 May 1874 no cause of death listed,
age 14y. Int. Apr 1874 in SE 53-1 Line 5. (C.W.
SLOCUM) P a r e n t s w e r e Philip M. Buchanan
(1830-1899) and Adeline Riggs (1837-1909). She
was a sister of Laura Riggs Slocum and a daughter of
Reuben Riggs and Sarah Bagley. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1860 Census).
SE 54
SE 54 All bought 4/29/1880 by Ed Young
YOUNG, ANN QUEEN
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b. 1851 Kildare County, Ireland, d. 28 Apr 1880 in
child birth in Vancouver, Clark County Washington
Territory, the child Mary died two weeks later, age
29y. Int. Apr./May 1880 in SE 54-1 Line 6 (has
marker "Sacred to the memory of Ann Queen Young
beloved wife of Edward Young." Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
YOUNG, MARY T.
b . c a 2 8 A p r 1 8 8 0 V a n c o u ver, Clark County
Washington Territory, d. ca 12 May 1880, age 2
weeks. Int. in May 1880 in SE 54 Line 6. Parents
were Edward and Ann Queen Young. Ref: #3.
SE 55
SE 55 All bought by Mrs. Agnes Ebert
EBERT, GUSTAV
b. 4 Apr 1823 Schlewig Holstein, Germany, d. 19
Dec 1881, age 58y 8m 15d. Int. Dec 1881 in SE 55-5
Line 7. He was married to Augusta Wachers Ebert
(1828-1917), a blacksmith by trade. Note: There is a
"Eunice Ebert" buried Aug 15 1862 in the Vancouver
Military Post Cemetery 879R who may be a relative.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Ebert both born in
Schlewig Holstein, Germany. R e f : # 3 , # 6
(1850/1860, 1871, 1880 Census).
EBERT, AUGUSTA
b. 30 May 1828 Berlin, Germany, d. 17 May 1917 of
endocarditis and general senility, age 88y 11m 17d.
Int. 19 May 1917 in SE 55 Line 7 [HAMILTON
FUNERAL HOME]. Widow of Gustav Ebert (18231881), housewife, German Lutheran, lived at 313
West 11th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Charles
E.B. Flagg of Vancouver. Funeral was 19 May 1917
2 PM at the Vancouver Episcopal Church with
Reverend E. B. Collier services by HAMILON
FUNERAL HOME.. Pall Bearers were Gilbert
Daniels, Charles Hasson, George Ebert (son of Dr.
Rudolph Ebert), George Schuele, grandsons: John
Middleton and Harry Ebert. Charged to daughter
Miss Lucy Helen Ebert (1867-1945). Parents were
Jacob Wachers and ..... Scheurchen both born in
Germany. Ref: #3, #4, #6 (1871 Census).
EBERT, EMMA
b. 24 Jul 1862 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 15 Aug 1863, age 1y 0m 22d. Int. Aug
1863 in SE 55-8 Line 7 (has marker in German).
P a r e n t s w e r e Gustav Ebert (1823-1881) and
Augusta Wachers (1828-1 9 1 7 ) b o t h b o r n i n
Germany. Ref: #3.
EBERT, AGNES
b . 1 8 6 4 V ancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 1 Mar 1899, age 34y. Int. 3 Mar 1899 in
SE 55 Line 7. Parents were Gustav Ebert (18231881) and Augusta Wachers (1828-1917) both born
in Germany. Ref: #3, #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
EBERT, LUCY HELEN
b. Jul 1867 Washington Territory, d. 20 Sep 1945 of
Hypertension at Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Int. 25 Sep 1945 in SE 55-2 Line 7.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Single,
School Teacher. The funeral was 25 Sep 1945.
P a r e n t s w e r e Gustav Ebert (1823-1881) and
Augusta Wachers (1828-1 9 1 7 ) b o t h b o r n i n
Germany. Ref: #3, #6 (1870, 1871, 1880, 1900
Census).
EBERT, RUDOLPH C. Dr. *
b. 1855 New York, d. 6 Jan 1935, age 80y. Int. 8 Jan
1935 in SE 55-4 Line 7. [Self]. Physician, Colonel
US Army New York. At 15 years of age he clerked in
a store, was a Widower to Tabith (no marker if buried
in Plot SE 55) who was born 1855 in Oregon (her
father was born in Vermont and mother in New
York). They had a sons: Harvey born in 1879 in
Oregon, Fred J. Ebert (1882-1953 in SE 55-2), John
(1882-1953) who married into the Proebstel family.
Note: Dr. Rudolph Ebert attended the first public
school in Vancouver and was in a class with Abigail
Marie Hathaway who later married John Edward
King. Parents were Gustav Ebert (1823-1881) and
Augusta Wachers (1828-1 9 1 7 ) b o t h b o r n i n
Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #4 and #6 (1870, 1871, 1880
Census).
EBERT, FRED JOHN *
b. 4 Nov 1882 Idaho, d. 2 Mar 1953, age 70y 3m 2d.
Int. 6 Mar 1953 in SE 55-2 Line 7. (AMY EBERT)
Married Amy Stevens, soldier WWI Cpl. Base
Hospital 90. NOTE: daughter Ellen Catherine Ebert
was the 1st wife of Walter Merrill Proebstel. Parents
were probably Dr. Rudolph Ebert (1855-1935) and
Tabith ( ) Ebert (1855 born in Oregon). Ref: #1, #3.
EBERT, LAWRENCE R. *
b. 10 May 1880 Washington Territory, d. 10 Mar
1961 of cancer, age 60y 10m 0d. Int. 14 Mar 1861 in
S E 5 5 -1 L i n e 7 ( SELF) [LAYNE FUNERAL
HOME]. Soldier, 1st Lieutenant US Army WW I.
Funeral by Layne Funeral Home. Parents were
probably Dr. Rudolph Ebert (1855-1935) and
Tabith ( ) Ebert (1855 born in Oregon). Ref: #3.
SE 56
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SE 56 All bought by Griffin W. Jones (his daughter
married Alexander Howard)
JONES, GRIFFIN W.
b. Aug 1832 Ohio, d. 13 Nov 1921 of senility, age
89y 3m. Int. 15 Nov 1921 in SE 56 Line 8. [SELF].
Married ca 1856 to Julia Emily Ayers (1837-1930).
They had 6 children and had lived in Ohio, Iowa, and
La Grande, Oregon (in 1874). He was by 1878 in
Clark County, Washington as a carpenter, joiner, and
a farmer in Chelatchie Prairie area. No was doctor
listed. Parents were not listed but both born in
Delaware. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880, 1900 Census).
JONES, JULIA EMILY
b.17 Jul 1837 Ohio, d. 14 Mar 1930 of inter nephritis,
age 92y 7m 17d, Int. 17 Mar 1930 in SE 56 Line 8.
(GRIFFIN W. JONES) [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Widow of Griffin W. Jones (1832-1921), housewife,
Methodist, lived at Rt. #2 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington (Minnehaha area), died at home attended
by Dr. A.W. Armstrong of Vancouver. Funeral 17
Mar 1930 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Raymond Reese. Ordered by and charged to
daughters Mrs. William Wiggins and Mrs. Rhoda
Ella Howard (buried in SE 56) both of Vancouver.
Her children were: sons, (1) Frank K. Jones and (2)
Robert B. Jones, daughters were:(3) Rhoda Ella
Howard, (4) Mattie M. married (a) William H.
Manwell - divorced and (b) William Wiggins in 1909
of Chelatchie Prairie, (5) Leona and (6) Elyan Jones
who died in childhood. Parents were J.C. Ayers
born in Pennsylvania and Mary Parsons born in
New York. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880, 1900 Census).
JONES, LEONA M.
b. 4 Oct. 1871 Kansas, d. 18 Oct 1881 in Clark
County, Washington, age 10y 14d. Int. Oct 1881 in
SE 56-6 Line 8. Parents were Griffin W. Jones
(1832-1921) born in Ohio and Julia Emily Ayers
born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #2, #3, & #6 (1880
Census).
JONES, ELYAN/EVELYN
b. Aug 1901 Clark County, Washington, d. 15 Mar
1902 of La Grippe, girl age 7m.Int. 17 Mar 1902 in
SE 56 Line 8. (Griffin W. Jones). Parents were
probably Griffin W. Jones (1832-1921 Ohio and
Julia Emily Ayers born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #2, #3
and #6 (1900 Census).
HOWARD, ALEXANDER L.
b. 2 Jun 1854 Knox County, Maine, d. 22 Aug 1930
of lobar pneumonia, age 76y 2m 20d. Int. 24 Aug
1930 in SE 56-1 Row 8 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He
was married to Rhoda Ella (Jones) Howard (18601938), retired farmer, lived at 3022 Drummond St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. A.W. Stevenson of Vancouver.
Funeral 24 Aug 1930 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Dr. Herbert F. Jones. Ordered by Mrs.
Rhoda Howard and sons Clyde E. Howard and Lloyd
W. Howard and also had 2 daughters. Charged to
Mrs. Rhoda Howard. Parents were John "Mike"
Howard and Mary Peasley both born in Canada.
Ref: #2, #3 & #4.
HOWARD, RHODA ELLA
b. Nov 1860 Iowa, d. 27 Dec 1938 of a carcinoma,
age 78y 11m. Int. 30 Dec 1930 in SE 56 Line 8.
(GRIFFIN W. JONES) [HAMILTON FUNERAL
HOME]. In the 1880 Census she was a dress cutter
and had sisters Mattie M. (b. 1867 Iowa) and Leona
(b. 1872) (and a Barnhardt, (?) Minsor age 70m, born
in Germany and was a wood sawyer). Rhoda was
married to Alexander L. Howard (1854-1930). The
funeral by Hamilton Funeral Home. Parents were
Griffin W. Jones & Emily Julia Ayers both born in
Ohio. Ref: #2, #3, #4. & #6 (1880 Census).
HOWARD, JESSIE M.
b. 1882 (? Washington), d. 2 Feb 1900, age 18y. Int.
4 Feb 1900 in SE 56-6 Line 8. [Griffin Jones).
Parents were Alexander L. Howard (1854-1930)
born in Maine and Rhoda Ella Griffin (1860-1938)
born in Iowa. Ref: #2 & #3.
HOWARD, ALEX (ALEXANDRA)
b. 27 Apr 1889 (? Washington), d. 21 Dec 1901 of
meningitis, age 12y 7m 4d. Int. Dec 1901 in SE 56
Line 8. (GRIFFIN JONES). Parents were Alexander
L. Howard (1854-1930) born in Maine & Rhoda
Ella Griffin (1860-1938) born in Iowa. Ref: #2, &
#3.
HOWARD, LeROY
b. 27 Jan 1884, d. 15 May 1902 of TB, age 18y 3m
10d. Int. May 1902 in SE 56-6 Line 8. (Griffin
Jones). Parents were Alexander L. Howard (18541930) born in Maine & Rhoda Ella Griffin (18601938) born in Iowa. Ref: #2 & #3.
SE 57
SE 57 All bought 12/2/1881 by Charles Edwin
Wheelock
SE 57 N/2 bought 9/23/1892 by B.K. Coffman
WHEELOCK, ALFRED
b. 1814 Sweden, d. 8 Jul 1895 by suicide, age 81y.
Int. 10 Jul 1895 in S E 5 7 L i n e 9 . (CHARLES
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EDWIN WHEELOCK). Widower of Cinda Jane
Brown who remained in Iowa. He came west in 1881,
probably by train, with his son Charles Edwin
Wheelock and his son's family. Parents were not
listed but were born in Sweden. Ref: #2, #3.
WHEELOCK, CHARLES EDWIN *
b. 6 Oct 1849 Iron Ridge, Dodge County, Wisconsin,
d. 11 Dec 1921 of arterio sclerosis, age 72y 2m 5d.
I n t . 1 2 D e c 1 9 2 1 i n S E 5 7 L i n e 9 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Married 7 Sep 1873 in Dubuque,
Iowa to Ella Ann Eliza Sparks the daughter of Edwin
Sparks and Pricilla Spurgeon (1852-1935), Civil War
Vet. They came to Vancouver, Washington in 1881.
At the time of his death they lived at 1450
Multnomah St., Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, died at home following an illness of several
months attended by Dr. W. H. Hamilton of Portland.
Funeral 12 Dec 1921 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend R.H. Sawyer. His children besides those
buried in SE 57 Plot were Maurice Edwin (b. 1876
Irvington, Iowa), Alfred Ernest (6 Mar 1882
Vancouver, Washington d. 20 Aug 1947), Annabel
Mabel Estella m. Albert Lee Odell, and Cinda Erma
(2 Jun 1893 Vancouver), married ...Churchill.
Parents were Alfred Wheelock (1814-1895) born in
Sweden and Cinda Jane Brown. Ref: #2
WHEELOCK, ELLA ANN ELIZA
b. 16 Mar 1852 Iowa, d. 12 Dec 1935 of a stroke, age
83y 8m 26d. Int. 13 Dec 1935 in SE 57 Line 9
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow married 6 Sep 1873
to Charles Edwin Wheelock, housewife, Christian (
Member of the First Christian Church of
Vancouver),lived at 5008 NE Multnomah Ave.,
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home
attended by Dr. Severide of the Bodine-Cantrel
Clinic in Portland. Funeral 13 Dec 1935 1 PM at
(KNAPP CHAPEL) with Reverend L. Wells of
Vancouver. Ordered by and charges to son Alfred
Ernest Wheelock of 3900 NE Wisteria, Portland,
Oregon, Ella Ann Eliza Wheelock (was a sister of
Walter W. Sparks and Marshall Roe Sparks and Leo
Charles Sparks. Parents were Edwin Sparks (18291891) born at Aberdeen, Brown County, Ohio and
Pricilla Spurgeon (1832-1919) born in Caldonia,
Marion County, Ohio. Both are buried in SE 4 Line
13. Edwin and Pricilla Spark arrived in Vancouver,
Clark County in 1874, their son, Walter came in 1873
and Pricilla's brother Mathias Spurgeon (1838-1918)
came west in 1852 with his uncle George Spurgeon
and settled in Clark County, Washington. All were
Washington State Pioneers. Ref: #1, #3, #4.
WHEELOCK, RALPH E.
b. 9 May 1878 ? Iowa, d. 2 Oct 1881 Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, child age 3y 4m 7d. Int.
in SE 57-4 Line 9. Parents were Charles Edwin
Wheelock and Ella Ann Sparks. Ref: #1 & #3.
WHEELOCK, SALENA ELLA
b. 21 Apr 1875 Rochester, Olmstead, Minnesota, d. 6
Oct 1881, age 6y 4m 15d. Int. Oct 1881 in SE 57
Line 9. She died 4 days after her brother Ralph
probably of the same childhood disease. Parents
were Charles Edwin and Ella Ann Sparks. Ref: #1
& #3.
WHEELOCK, LOLA BEATRICE
b. 18 May 1885 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 3 Apr 1887, age 1y 11m 15d. Int. Apr
1887 in SE 57 Line 9 (has marker "Waiting at the
Golden Gate"). P a r e n t s w e r e Charles Edwin
Wheelock and Ella Ann Sparks. Ref: #1 & #3.
WHEELOCK, ELECTA MADGE
b. 25 Sep 1886 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. Apr 1903 of heart disease, age 17y
9m. Int. 12 Apr 1903 in SE 57 Line 9. Parents were
Charles Edwin Wheelock and Ella Ann Sparks. Ref:
#1 & #3.
DANIELS, HELEN V.
b. 16 Dec 1881 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 4 Dec 1883 no cause of
death listed, age 2y 11m 12d. Int. Dec 1883 in SE 574 Line 9. (C.E. WHEELOCK). Parents were Harry
Clark Daniels married 26 May 1880 Marian Porter
Sparks (1858-1884/1894) born in Peosta, Iowa
(daughter of Edwin Sparks and Pricella Spurgeon).
Ref: #1, #3.
SE 58
SE 58 All bought 9/26/1881 by Silas D. Maxon
MAXON, SILAS DAVIS *
b. 27 Nov 1814 Davis County Kentucky, d. 27 Dec
1888 of "dropsy" (diabetes) and heart failure, age 74y
1m. Int. Dec 1888 in SE 58 Line 10. He was the
younger brother to Hamilton Maxon. Married (1) 31
May 1840 to Mary E. Harlow (1822-1852) and (2) 4
Jul 1854 Mary Jane Johns Martin (1825-1881). He
and his first wife Mary E. Harlow Maxon came west
in 1847 in a Wagon Train commanded by Captain
Patterson which arrived in the Dalles, Oregon in
October 1847 and then he set up a sawmill along the
Washougal River in Clark County with his brother
Hamilton Maxon; it burned to the ground in 1852
with considerable loss to them. Silas sold his interest
at the mill and moved seven miles east closer to
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Vancouver along the Columbia River. After his wife
Mary Elma died in December 1852 leaving him five
children, he married a widow Mary Jane Johns
Martin who's husband had died in 1852 crossing the
Oregon Trail. She had a daughter Martha Martin
(1845-1860). Mary Jane Johns Martin and Silas had
no children. Silas raised cattle and was a farmer, a
harness maker and in 1880 they moved to the town of
Vancouver and opened a General Merchandise and
Seed store. Silas Maxon served in the Lower House
of the Territorial Legislature. During the Indian
Uprising in 1856 he joined his brother Hamilton in
raising a Regiment of Washington Mounted Rifles.
Silas at that time is described as 39 years old, 5'9"
tall, blue eyes, black hair and dark complexioned. In
May 1880, he because of his severe head aches, was
diagnosed to have glaucoma, but eventually the eye
had to be removed. He was the first Clark County
Treasurer and Justice of the Peace in Vancouver
(1850-1853). He was a member of the Odd Fellows
Lodge. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1850/1860 Census).
MAXON, MARY ELMA
b. 16 Apr 1822 Illinois, d. 17 Dec 1852, age 30y 8m
1d. Int. Dec 1852 in SE 58-3 Line 10. She was
married 31 May 1840 to Silas D. Maxon; they with 3
of their children joined an 1847 Oregon Wagon Train
and first settled in Oregon; then in 1850 Silas and his
brother, Hamilton Maxon, took a Donation Claim
along the Washougal River where it joins the
LaCamas River and started a sawmill. In December
of that year Mary had another child this made a total
of seven children that she bore (two had died before
they made their trip). On the 17 December she died
leaving 5 small children for her husband to raise.
Parents were not listed but they were named
"Harlow". Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1850/1860 Census).
MAXON, MARY JANE MARTIN
b. 3 Jan 1825 Ohio, d. 25 Sep 1881, age 56y 8m 22d.
Int. Sep 1881 in SE 58-2 Line 10. She was married ca
1844/45 (1) ....Martin (he died in 1852 while crossing
the Oregon Trail) they had one daughter Martha.
Mary Jane Johns Martin married (2) on 4 Jul 1852
Silas Davis Maxon (1814-1888). Parents were
Jacob Johns (1802-1863) born in Tennessee and
Rachel Whitaker (1802-1892) born in Virginia.
They are buried in the I.O.O .F. Cemetery in
Woodland, Washington. Ref: #1, #3, #6 ( 1850/1860,
1870, 1871 Census).
MAXON, GEORGE W.
b. 27 Feb 1846 Missouri, d. 24 Jul 1851, age 5y 4m
2 5 d . I n t . J u l 1 8 5 1 i n SE 58-5 Line 10. (S.D.
MAXON). Parents were Silas D. Maxon (18141888) born in Kentucky and Mary Elma Harlow
(1822-1852) born in Illinois. Ref: #1, & #3.
MARTIN, MARTHA
b. 24 Nov 1845, d. 22 Mar 1860, age 15. Int. Mar
1860 in SE 58-1 Line 10. (SILAS D. MAXON).
Parents were ......Martin (...d. 1852 crossing the
plaines) and Mary Jane John (1825-1881) daughter
of Jacob John and Rachel Whittacker (she married
2nd Silas D. Maxon as his 2nd wife, she and Silas
had no children.) Ref: #1, #3.
SE 59
SE 59 all bought 3/27/1876 by John E. King
KING, (McGINLEY) JOHN EDWARD *
b. 20 Aug 1850 Providence, Providence County,
Rhode Island, d. 29 Mar 1910 of chronic nephrites,
age 59y 7m 9d. Int. Mar 1910 in SE 59 Line 11
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker with "Here
rests a Woodman of the World."). He was married 22
Oct 1874 to Abigail Marie Hathaway (1854-1930)
retired farmer, Baptist, was a Civil War Vet CO E
2nd Rhode Island Volenteers (his last name was
McGinley, but was wrongly registered by the name
"John King" and thereafter was known by the name
of "King". He was was honorbly discharged at Halls
Hill, Virginia. John was a teamster for US Army at
Fort Vancouver, and latter he and his wife had a dairy
and delivered milk in Vancouver. Later they lived at
600 Jefferson St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. William E.
Cass of Vancouver. Funeral 31 Mar 1910 at the
Vancouver First Baptist Church with Reverand
C.R.G. Poole. Charged to wife Mrs. Abigal Marie
King at home. Parents were not listed but were
named McGinley of Rhode Island. Ref: #1, #3, #4.
KING, ABIGAIL MARIA
b. 13 Sep 1854 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 17 May 1930 of lobar pneumonia,
age 75y 8m 4d. Int. 20 May 1930 in SE 59 Line 11
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow, married 22 Oct
1874 to John Edward King, housewife and boarding
house owner, Methodist, lived at 270 East 5th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Ralph Lieser of Vancouver. Funeral
20 May 1930 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverand Raymond Rees. Ordered by and charged to
the estate and daughters which were:Mrs. Hattie
Isabelle King Dale (1877-1949) (Note:She married
(1) Eugene Dale and (2) J.O. Williams), and Mrs.
Eva Hathaway King Burgett (1890-1979) Note:she
had a son Edward King Burgett (1921-1923) who is
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buried in SE 59 and the third daughter was Hazel
Dell King (1888-1972) who married (1) John
Anthony Pettus, (2) John "Jack" George, an
Australian. Abigail Marie King had sons who died in
childhood:Francis J. King, Edward & Edwin (twins),
a n d J o h n J r . Par e n t s w e r e Jeremiah Smith
Hathaway (1824-1876 and Isabella Electa Bates
(1827-1914). They are buried in SE 70 Line 11. Ref:
#1, #3, #4, #6 (1880 Census).
KING, FRANCIS JERIMIAH
b. 13 Mar 1876 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 27 mar 1876, age 14d. Int. in SE 59
Line 11. (C.E. WHEELOCK. Parents were John
Edward King and Abigail Maria Hathaway. Ref: #1,
#3.
KING, EDWARD & EDWIN (twins)
b. 1 Jun 1886 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 1 Jun 1886 Vancouver, Washington, stillborn
twins. Int. 2 Jun 1886 in SE 59 Line 11. Parents
w e r e John Edward King and Abigail Maria
Hathaway. Ref: #1, #3.
BURGETT, EDWARD KING
b. 12 May 1921, d. 3 Nov 1924 Child, died of
intestional disease (probably a tropical disease caught
in the Philipines). Age 3y 4m 21d, Int. in SE 59-4
Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents were
John Ralston Burgett married 30 Mar 1918 in
Manila Philipine Islands - d i v o r c e d and Eva
Hathaway King (1890-1979) born in Vancouver
Clark County, Washington (buried in Park Hill
Cemetery in Vancouver) daughter of John Edward
King and Abigail Marie Hathaway. Ref: #1, #3
WILLIAMS, HATTIE ISABELLA
b. 5 May 1877 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 20 Feb 1949 died of arterio
sclerosis, age 73y 9m 15d. Int. 22 Feb 1949 in SE 592 Line 11. (J.E. KING) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She
married (1) Eugene Dale, (2) J. O. Williams. Parents
were John Edward (McGinley) King (1850-1910)
and Abigail Marie Hathaway (1854-1930). Ref: #1,
#3.
PETTUS, JOHN ANTHONY
b. 1 Aug 1876, d. 13 Mar 1922 of heart failure, age
46y 5m 12d, Int. 27 Jul 1924 in SE 59-1 Line 11
(MRS. A. EBERT) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married 9 Mar 1903 to Hattie Isabella King (18771949), a government clerk sent to the Philipines. His
remains were sent to Knapp Mortuary for final burial
in Vancouver City Cemetery in Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3, #4
RUSSELL, ROBERT STEPHEN
b. 1848, d. 1876, age 28y, [NO RECORD] Int. in SE
59 Line 11. [has marker "Beloved son" Parents were
“Robert” and Marian Russell. Ref: #3.
SE 60
SE 60 All bought 4/11/1879 Denney sold to Ben N.
Leverich 1901
SE 60 S/2 bought 11/9/1905 by Jude C, English
transferred from B.N. Leverage
LEVERICH, ANNA A. HOWARD
b. 1844 Iowa, d. 29 Jan 1930 of cancer of the breast,
age 96y. Int. 31 Jan 1930 in SE 60-8 Line 12.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Ben
N. Leverich (b. Nov 1837 Michigan), a wagon maker
(no marker for him if he is buried in the cemetery),
the donor in 1924 of Leverich Park in Vancouver.
NOTE:This land John Phillip Kiggins wanted to use
for a dog racing couse. Anna Leverrich died at
Corvallis, Linn County, Oregon The body was
shipped from Corvallis, Oregon by
HOLLINGSWORTH MORTUARY to Knapp
Mortuary in Vancouver for the funeral and burial.
The funeral was 31 Jan 1930 at KNAPP CHAPEL,
the clergy was not listed. Ordered by and charged to
daughter, Ida O. (Mrs. John H.) Elwell (1873-1939)
she and her husband are buried in NW 147 Line 5.
Parents were not listed but they were both born in
Illinois. Ref: #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
ENGLISH, JUDE CHURCH
b. 26 Mar 1833 Vermont, d. 1 Aug 1918 of dropsy,
age 85y 4m 5d. Int. 4 Aug 1918 in SE 60-2 Line 12.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was the widower to
Persis A. Stannard English (1833-1905), a farmer,
had a grape vineyard. He died at home on 1st Ave.
NE in Camas, attended by the County Coroner. The
funeral was 4 Aug 1918 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend J.H. Avery. Charged to son Charles S.
English RD #1 Camas Washington. NOTE: The
family arrived from Michigan in Clark County about
1903 and built a home on 1st Ave. near 172nd St. in
Camas, Washington, He sold part of the land called
"The English Sand Pit" where several companies sell
sand and rock. Parents were Edson English and
Abigail Willard both born in Vermont. Ref: #3 & #4.
ENGLISH, PERSIS A. STANNARD
b. 1833 Michigan, d. 12 Aug 1905, age 72y. Int. 13
Aug 1905 in SE 60 S/2 Line 12. She was married to
Jude Church English. She was a very accomplished
amateur painter of portraits and scenery. Lived on 1st
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Avenue in Camas, Clark County, Washington. The
house is now lived in by her son and his wife (who
died in 1994). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Stannard.
Ref: #3 & #4.
ENGLISH, ROY EDSON *
b. 2 Jun 1894 Michigan, d. 19 Jun 1961 of heart
failure, age 67y 0m 17d. Int. 23 Jun 1961 in SE 60-4
Line 12. He was married and was a member of the
US Navy, Washington SCI during WW I. Parents
were Jude C. English and Persis A. Stannard. Ref:
#3.
ENGLISH, INFANT
b. 10 Aug 1924 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 10 Aug 1924 a premature baby., age
00y. Int. in SE 60-2 Line 12. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Roy Edson English. Ref: #3.
SE 61
SE 61 S/2 bought 8/10/1875 by H.K. Hines
SE 61 N/2 bought about 1882 by Ingersoll Stanwood
STANWOOD, INGERSOLL
b. 1828 Maine, d. 3 Jan 1904 of chronic rheumatism,
age 75y. Int. 3 Jan 1904 in SE 61 N/2 Line 13.
[SELF]. He was married to Mathilda Jane Weigle
Brinn as her 3rd husband. He was a logger. Parents
were not listed but were both born in Maine. Ref:
#1, #3 #6 (1870 & 1880 Census).
STANWOOD, MATHILDA JANE
b. 1837 Illinois, d. 1882, age 45y. Int. 1882 in SE 618 Line 13. She was married (a) 2 Jan 1853 to Andrew
Jackson Brinn* (1830 born in White County Illinois
died or disappeared-before 1871). Note: They met
when he drove cattle over the Oregon Trail in 1852 in
the same wagon train that 16 year old Mathilda Jane
Weigle was in. The Andrew Jackson Brinns took out
a donation claim of 320 acres and operated a mill; he
later sold it. He served during the Indian uprising
under Captain William Strong in Company "A", 1st
Regiment of the Washington Mounted Rifles. They
had 9 children all born in Clark County Washington
Territory:(1) Mary Frances (born 1853 married
George W. Webber (born 1839), (2) William Henry
who in 1880 lived with the George Webbers married
Emma Coffmen, (3) Silas B. (1857-1880), (4) Susan
Jane married William M. Shobert (buried in the
Ridgefield Cemetery), (5) Martha Ann married Lewis
Thornton, (6) Lillian married Otto Hiens, (7 & 8)
George and James died young, and (9) Catherine
Sarah married Nicholas O. Rathbun she is buried in
St. Helens, Oregon. Mathilda Jan Weigle Brinn was
married (b). 22 Mar 1872 to William Holstein and
had son (10) Thomas Holstein born in 1872. NOTE:
? that marriage must not have lasted for in the 1880
census Thomas Holstein was age 8y and she had (11)
"Edwin Brinn (a son in 1875) age 5 years? Andrew
Jackson Brinn must have returned after a 3 or 4 year
absence and claimed his wife and children." Mathilda
Jane married (c) 22 Nov 1873 Ingersoll Stanwood
and had a son (12) Rosewell Stanwood. William
Hostein is listed in the 1880 Census with a son
Nicholas 8 years old and in the 1900 Census as a
widower at the age of 71 years with two sons ages 12
and 9 years old - the mother of those boys having
been born in Australia). Parents were George Wolf
Weigle (1804-1871 born in Muhlenberg County
Kentucky buried in Salmon Creek Methodist
Cemetery and Susan Clingensmith (1808 Missouri)
traveled across the Oregon Trail in 1852 and settled
on a 320 acre Donation Claim at Sara, Clark County,
Washington Territory. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 Census).
RATHBURN, SARAH
b. 1870 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 24
Apr 1906 of a hemorrhage of the lungs, age 36y. Int.
25 Apr 1906 in SE 61 N/2 Line 13. [I. STANWOOD]
Parents were Andrew Jackson Brinn (1830- ?
White County Illinois) and Matilda Jane Weigle
(1835-1882 Illinois). Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1871, 1880
Census).
LANDER, JESSIE
b. 1883 Washington, d. 3 Jan 1891 of diphtheria, age
8y. Int. 3 Jan 1891 in SE 61 N/2 Line 13 (has marker
"Daughter") J. H. MOSS Parents were not listed
but were probably William Lander (1827
Kentucky - a wagon maker and his wife Mary
(1844 New York). Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 62
SE 62 All bought 7/12/1883 by M.S. Slocum
SE 63
SE 63 All bought 8/25/1882 by Mrs. Mary Preston
PRESTON, FREDERICK/FRED B.
b. 2 Feb 1877 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 29 Jan 1930 of general paralyses of
the insane, age 52y 11m 27d. Int. 31 Jan 1930 in SE
63-3 Line 15. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Beatrice Preston, was a mechanic and
owned a bicycle shop, lived at 2000 Daniels St.,
Vancouver, Washington, died at the Western State
Hospital at Steilicoom, Pierce County, Washington
attended by a doctor from the hospital. Funeral 31
Jan 1930 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Christian
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Science reader Mr. Ross C. Lodvig. His wife Beatrice
Preston (1877-1934) carried on the bicycle shop and
is buried in Park Hill Cemetery A 365-1). The pall
bearers were: three (W.O.W): Mr. Moore, Mr. Caples
and Mr. Waggoner, three uniformed firemen: Mr.
Anderson, Mr. DuPaul, and Mr. Burns of the
Volunteer Fire Department. Ordered by and charged
to wife Beatrice Preston. Note: Children were:
Richard, Genevive and Barbara Preston who is buried
in the family plot (1902-1949). A Steven Preston
(1863-1940) is also buried in family plot. Parents
were Benjamin Preston and Mary A. Skidmore
(1838-1901) both parents were born in New York
and are buried in SE 63. Ref: #3 & #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
PRESTON, MARY
b. 1838 Illinois, d. 18 Nov 1901 of dysentery, age
63y. Int. 20 Nov 1901 in SE 63 Line 15. [SELF].
Married by 1860 to Benjamin Preston who died
before 1900 census, (he was a master carpenter born
in 1838 in Vermont.) Children were in 1880: (1)
Stephen, (2) Frank and (3) Frederick. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. Skidmore both born in New York. Ref:
#3, #6 (1860, 1871, 1880 and 1900 Census).
PRESTON, STEPHEN A.
b. 7 Apr 1863 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 30 Mar 1940 of a suicide by Lysol
poisoning, age 76y 11m 23d. Int. 2 Apr 1940 in SE
63-4 L i n e 1 5 . [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single,
laborer, Protestant, Order of Redmen, lived at 307
West 9th St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
- had lived in the State of Washington all his life,
died at the Clark County General Hospital attended
by Dr. George H. Johnson of Vancouver. The funeral
2 Apr 1940 (Tuesday) 10:30 AM at graveside by the
Ordered of Redmen. Ordered by Nephew Richard
Preston, and a niece and The Redman Lodge.
Charged to Order of Redman and Richard Preston.
Parents were Benjamin F. Preston born ca 1817 in
New York (a carpenter) and Mary A. Skidmore born
ca 1840 in Illinois. Ref: #3, #4, #6 (1880 Census).
PRESTON, BARBARA ANN
b. May 1902 Clark County, Washington, d. 7 Nov
1949, age 47y 6m. Int. in 10 Nov 1949 in SE 63-5
Line 15. (MARY PRESTON) [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 64
SE 64 N/2 bought 3/13/1883 by George Dietrick
SE 64 S/2 bought by Mrs. B.G. Chase
DIETRICH, GEORGE
b. 1823 Cappel, Wertemberg, Germany, d. 20 Jul
1883. Int. in SE 64-7 Line 16 . [SELF] He sold water.
Parents were not listed but were born in
Germany. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SE 65
HIGLEY, GEORGE W.
b. 1839, d. 22 Jan 1907 of nephritis. age 67y. Int. 24
Jan 1907 in SE 65 S/2 Line 16. (MRS. FLORENCE
HALL). He was married to Mary Higley (18371911). Parents were not listed. Ref. #3
HIGLEY, MARY
b. 17 Aug 1837, d. 11 Jan 1911, age 73y 4m 25d. Int.
1 4 J a n 1 9 1 1 i n SE 65- S/2 Line 16 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of George W.
Higley (1839-1907), a housewife, Methodist, lived
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (in the
Irvington area 2 doors South of the Blind School),
died at home attended by Dr. John D. Scanlon of
Vancouver. Funeral 14 Jan 1911 at the Irvington
Methodist Church with Reverend J. H. Berringer.
Charged to Mrs. Florence E. Hall. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #4,
INGLES, VIRGINIA
b. 1842, d. May 1916 of Brights disease, age 74y. Int.
29 May 1916 in SE 65 N/2 Line 16. She was married.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
KADOW, LOUIS
b. Nov 1881, d. 31 Mar 1959 of a stroke, age 77y 5m.
I n t . 2 A p r 1 9 5 9 i n SE 65-3 Line 16. (SELF)
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was the
widower to Effie Mae Kadow (1880-1953). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
KADOW, EFFIE MAE
b. Feb 1880 Indiana, d. 19 Apr 1953 of heart failure,
age 72y 10m. Int. 22 Apr 1953 SE 65 N/2 Line 16.
(LOUIS KADOW) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. She was married to Louis Kadow (18811959). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
PUTNAM, THOMAS
b. May 1864, d. 28 Jun 1907 of dropsey, age 42y
11m. Int. 30 Jun 1907 in SE 65 N/2 Line 16. (has
marker "Thomas Putnam beloved husband of Annie
Putnam 1864-1907. Here rest a Woodman of the
World". (SELF). He was married to Annie Ingle
Putnam. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
PUTNAM, ALBERT R.
b. 1872 Tennessee, d. 13 Dec 1943 of heart failure,
age 71y. Int. 15 Dec 1953 in SE 65-2 Line 16.
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(ANNA PUTNAM) [LIMBER MORTUARY].
NOTE: Albert R. Putnam may have been a brother to
Thomas Putnam. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 &
#5.
PUTNAM, ANNIE INGLE
b. 1880 Missouri, d. 10 Dec 1953 no cause of death
was listed, age 73y 4m. Int. 12 Dec 1953 in SE 65-8
Line 16. (has marker Beloved wife & mother). (T.
PUTNAM) [EVERGREEN FUNERAL HOME].
She was the wife of Thomas Putnam. Parent were
not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SE 66
SE 66 All bought by George McAllister
McALISTER, MAUDE
b. 1879 Clark County Washington Territory, d. 5 Dec
1885 of a sore throat, age 6y. Int. in SE 66 Line 15.
(GEORGE McALISTER). Parents were Joseph S.
McAlister born in Illinois (came in 1853 with
parents over the Oregon Trail) and Rebecca Ann
Laws born in Ridgefield, Clark County Washington
Territory. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
SE 67
SE 67 All bought 26 Aug 1882 by C. Demke
BRUTT/BROTT, JACOB
b. 1812 New York, d. 29 May 1886, age 74y. Int in
SE 67 Line 14. He was a carpenter. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
SE 68
SE 68 All bought by C. Laver
LAVER, FRANK ENGLAND
b. 21 Aug 1860 Bridgewater, Somerset, England, d.
12 Oct 1931, age 71y 1m 9d. Int. Oct 1931 in SE 68
Line 13. Came to the United States with his brother
William Laver in 1874. NOTE: William Laver was
killed at Fisher Landing pier when a riverboat pulled
away from the dock. Frank Laver was married 20 Jan
1880 to Florence Lorain Wood (1864-1927). Parents
were not listed but both were born in England.
Ref: #1, #3.
LAVER, FLORENCE
b. 6 Jun 1864 near the Platt River in Idaho, d. 22 Mar
1927, age 62y 7m 15d. Int. Mar 1927 in SE 68-4 Line
13. She was married to Frank England Laver (18601931), a housewife, lived on Goverment Island,
Oregon (an Island in the middle of the Columbia
River). NOTE: the children rowed across the river to
the Washington side and went to the Clark County
Schools. They were closely allied with the Fishers
Landing families. Her children were: (1) Rose Iva
(1881) m. (a) Louis Stanis Dalton and (b)....Zeller,
(2) Fannie Laver (1883-1887), (3) Frances Ann Laver
m. (a) Richard Tierney Spencer and (b) William
Landers and (c) Fred Newell. Parents were George
Wood and Mary McDonald they came over the
Oregon Trail on a Wagon Train in 1864. Ref: #1,
#3.
LAVER, FANNY
b. 8 Oct 1883 Government Island, Oregon, d. 20 Sep
1887 age 4y 11m 12d, died of summer complaint. Int.
in SE 68 Line 13. Parents were Frank England
Laver (1860-1931 born in England) and Florence
Wood (1864-1927). Ref: #1 & #3.
MICKESELL, LAVONNA
b. 1926 Oregon, d. 1935 age 9y, no cause of death
listed. Int. 3 Jul 1935 in SE 68 Line 13. (C. LAVER)
[SWANK MORTUARY- Camas]. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
SE 69
SE 69 all bought 10/2/1878 by A.L. Caples
CAPLES, HENRY LAFFER
b. 19 Aug 1823 at Jeromesville, Ashland County,
Ohio, d. 7 Feb 1910 of paralysis, age 86y 5m 18d.
I n t . 1 1 F e b 1 9 1 0 i n S E 6 9 L i n e 1 2 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Married in Risdom, Ohio 11 Aug
1828 to Margaret Kuhn Staley (1828-1910), farmer
in 1860, retired attorney, Presbyterian, lived at
Chewelah, Stevens County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. J.R. Prichard of Chewelah. The
funeral was 11 Feb 1910 at the Chapel in Chewelah
with Reverand A. W. Bond. Charged to Caples
Brothers of Chewelah Washington. Henry Caples
with his family and his uncle Philip Laffer and his
family came to Clark County Washington via an
1852 covered wagon train. Henry Caples was elected
Captain of the train. He was a distinguished Clark
County official and held several public offices in his
life time. Parents were Robert Caples (d. 1834 of
Cholera at Risdon Ohio) and Charlotte Laffer both
born in Pennsylvania. Ref. #1, #2, #3, #4, #6 (1860,
1870 Census).
CAPLES, MARGARET KUHN STALEY
b. 26 Jul 1828, at Frederick, Frederick County,
Maryland, d. 4 Nov 1910 of general debilities and
paralysis, age 82y 4m 9d. Int. 7 Nov 1910 in SE 69
Line 12 [KANPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow
of Henry Laffer Caples (1823-1910) was married 11
Aug 1828 in Risdom, Ohio. She was a Washington
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State Pioneer arriving in 1852 in a wagon train with
her husband Henry Laffer Caples and two of their
children their first child, Edith, died before they came
west, housewife, Presbyterian, lived at Chewelah,
Stevens County, Washington, died at home no doctor
was listed. The funeral 7 Nov 1910 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend A. W. Bond. Her children
were:(1) Edith Forrester (1847-1849 Tiffen Ohio), (2)
Robert Francis (1849-1873 Ohio) and (3) Henry Rush
Caples (1851-1926 Iowa) m. Emma J. Hathaway, the
rest of the children were born in Vancouver, Clark
County Washington Territory:(4) Lilie (1854-1916)
married (a) Charles Stiles and (b) William W.
McCalley), (5) Rosa (1857-1939) married Harrie
Thomas Spedden, (6) Alpha William (1859-1859),
May (1860-1890) married George Alvin Nerton, (7)
Douglas (1862-1934) m. (1) Kate McAndrew and (2)
Luella P. Woolf, (8) Charles William (1865-1944) m.
Anna Jacobsen and (9) Phillip Laffer Caples (18681951). Charged to son Henry Rush Caples of
Vancouver, Washington. Parents were Robert F.
Caples and Charlotte Laffer both born in
Pennsylvania Ref:#1, #2, #3, #4, #6 1860, 1870
Clark County, Washington Territory Census.
Kuhn Staley (1828-1910). Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870
Census).
CAPLES, ALPHA WILLIAM
b. 10 Jun 1911 d. 14 Apr 1913 7:30 PM of tubercular
meningitis, age 1y 10m 4d. Int. Apr 1913 in SE 69-7
Line 12 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at 815
Harney St. Vancouver, Clark County Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. C. C. Wilcox of
Vancouver. The funeral was 16 Apr 1913 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend J. M. Cause. Charged to
father Alpha H. Caples 2689 1/2 Front St. Astoria,
Clapsop County, Oregon. Parents were Alpha
Hathaway Caples (the son of Henry Rush Caples)
and Mayme Roselle Anderson both were pioneers of
Clark County Washington. Ref: #1, #3, & #4.
BLAKER, MARY FRANCES
b. 8 Apr 1911 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 16 Sep 1913 of spinal meningitis, age
2y 5m 8d. Int. 19 Sep 1913 SE 69-7 Line 12 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (has marker-rear of Alpha Espley
child). Child lived at 815 W. 11th St., Vancover,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. C.C.
Wilcox of Vancouver. The funeral was 19 Sep 1913
at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend H. S.
Templeton. Charged to A. G. Blaker. Parents were
Allen G. Blaker born ca 1875 in Wisconsin (son of
H.C. Blaker and ....Worden) and Mary Rosa Caples
born 25 Jul 1884 born in Clark County, Washington
daughter of Henry Rush Caples and Emma Jane
Hathaway. Ref: #1, #3 & #4.
CAPLES, ROBERT FRANCIS
b. 17 Sep 1849 Fostoria, Hancock County, Ohio, d.
20 Oct 1873 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, age 24y 1m 3d. Int. in Oct 1873 SE 69
Line 12 (has marker "Passed Over The River Oct 20
1873 Our Hope is in Heaven". Parents were Henry
Laffer Caples (1824-1910) and Margaret Kuhn
Staley (1828-1910). Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1860, 1870
Census).
CAPLES, PHILLIP LAFFER
b . 2 9 J a n 1 8 6 8 V ancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 29 Jun 1951 no cause was listed at
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, age 83y 5m
0d. Int. 3 Jul 1951 in SE 69-2 Line 12. Parents were
Henry Laffer Caples (1824-1910) and Margaret
CAPLES, ELBERT
b. Sep 1893 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 13 Sep 1894 of malaria, age 1y. Int. 14 Sep 1894
in SE 69 Line 12. Parents were Alpha Hathaway
Caples and Mayme Roselle Anderson they are
buried at Park Hill Cemetery. Ref: #1, #3.
BLAKER, HENRY MAHLON
b. 22 Feb 1917 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 24 Apr 1918 of whooping cough and
measles, age 1y 2m 2d. Int. in SE 69-4 Line 12 (foot
of grave 4) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at
39th & Kauffman Ave. Vancouver Washington, died
at home attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 26 Apr 1918 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend A.H. Thompson.
Charged to parents. Parents were Allen G. Blaker
born ca 1875 Wisconsin (son of H.C. Blacker and --Worden) and Mary Rosa Caples born 28 Jul 1884
Clark County Washington daughter of Henry Rush
Caples. Ref: #1, #3, & #4.
McCALLEY, LILLIE CAPLES
b. 29 Mar 1854 Caples Landing, Clark County
Washington Territory, d. 16 Jun 1915 Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, age 61y 2m 18d. Int. 18
Jun 1915 in SE 69-8 Line 12. She was married (1)
Charles C. Stiles (1848-1874) born in Maine was a
school teacher, he was the son of Charles C. &
Rebecca Stiles) and (2) William Wallace McCalley
(his sister, Julia, married James McCavett and his
mother Mary, was listed as 80 years old was born in
Ireland. Parents were Henry Laffer Caples (18231910) born in Wayne County Ohio and Margaret
Kuhn Staley (1828-1910) born in Frederick,
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Maryland both buried in SE 69. Ref: #1, #3, & #6
(1900 Census).
NERTON, MAY C.
b. 12 May 1860 Caples Landing, Clark County
Washington Territory, d. 31 Jan 1890 of
inflammation of the bowels, age 29y 7m 19d, Int. 2
Feb 1890 in SE 69 Line 12 (has marker "He giveth
his beloved sleep....."). She married 23 Oct 1878 to
George Alvin Nerton (1854-1913) born in Columbia
County, Oregon buried in NE 203-2 Line 6 (he
married (2) 7 Oct 1892 Mattie Duncan they had 2
children). Children were: (1) Ethel, (2) Bessie, (3)
Millicent and (4) Emma they all died young. Parents
were Henry Laffer Caples (1823-1910) born in
Wayne County Ohio and Margaret Kuhn Staley
(1828-1910) born in Frederick, Maryland both
buried in SE 69. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SE 70
SE 70 All bought 1/14/1876 by J. E. (?) Smith
Hathaway
HATHAWAY, JEREMIAH SMITH
b. 11 Jan 1824 Russia, Herkimer County, New York,
d. 12 Jan 1876 of a long seige of illiness from
consumption, age 52y 1d. Int. 14 Jan 1876 in SE 70-5
Line 11. He was married 27 Oct 1847 to Isabell
Electa Bates (1827-1914). Vancouver Independent
Newspaper: "Died Jan. 12, 1876 J.E. Hathaway of
Consumption....aged 52yrs...born in Herkimer
County, New York, Jan 11, 1824, immigrated to
Michigan when but 18 years old where he resided
until the fall of 1851. Crossed the plains in 1852 &
the following spring settled in this county where he
since has resided. Served a term as Probate Judge of
this county, filling the office ably & declined a reelection in consequence of the illness which resulted
i n h i s d e a t h . F uneral ceremonies were from
Methodist Church on (14 Jan 1876) Sat. Morn, 11
o'clock, conducted by the Patrons of Husbandry.
Mention of "Family" On 30 Apr 1852 Jeremiah
Hathaway and his brother Marshall Root Hathaway
and his family joined the emmigrant train in St.
Louis, Missouri, Jeremiah had four yoke of oxen and
a prairie schooner led by John Johnson of Oregon.
Cholera was rampant and several people died. The
Hathaway's son Jeremiah age 3y died at The Dalles,
Oregon. In 1853 Jeremiah Hathaway took out a
Donation Claim in the Richfield, Clark County,
Washington Territory. P a r e n t s w e r e Nadah
Hathaway and Abigail Beebe. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1850/1860 & 1870 Census).
HATHAWAY, ISABELLE ELECTA
b. 7 May 1827 at Summit City, (Summitville)
Columbiana County, Ohio, d. 20 Dec 1914 5:45 PM
of arteriosclerosis, age 87y 7m 13d. Int. 22 Dec 1914
in SE 70-4 Line 11. Widow who married 27 Oct 1847
Jeremiah Smith Hathaway (1824-1876), housewife,
Methodist, lived with daughter Mrs. (Abigail Marie)
J. E. King (east of Garrison), died at home attended
by Dr. Miles U. Leiser. Funeral 22 Dec 1914 10:30
AM at the Methodist Church with Reverand
Randolph and Reverand Berringer. Charged to (son)
Alpha Beebe Hathaway of Washougal Washington.
She and her husband Jeremiah Smith Hathaway came
west in 1852 via Oregon Trail and their first son
(Jeremiah Jr.) died 23 Oct 1852 near The Bridge of
the Gods in Oregon before they had reached their
goal. They had 9 children:(1) Jeremiah Nadah
Hathaway (1849-1852), (2) Heil Bronson (1851-1948
m. Anna Mabel Skeel buried in Corvallis, Oregon,
(3) Abigail Marie (1854-1930) m. John Edward King,
(4) Emma Jane (1857-1926) m. Henry Rush Caples,
(5) Orin Bates (1859-1952) m. Dolla Bennett, (6)
Amos Nathan (1862-1862), (7) Alpha Beebe (18641959) m. (a) Emma Edith Davis and (b) Sudean Belle
Johnson buried in Park Hill Cemetery, (8) Alfred
Omega (1864-1956) m. Lucy Ann Blair buried at
Washougal Cemetery, and (9) Mary Euretta
(186601893) m. Samuel O. McCafferty. Parents
were Nathan Bates and Electa Bronson both born
in Connecticut. Ref: #1, #3, #4, & #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 & 1900).
HATHAWAY, JEREMIAH NADAH
b. 16 Mar 1849 Michigan, d. 23 Oct 1852, age 3y 7m
7d, died near the Bridge of The Gods at Cascade
Oregon and is supposed to be buried there. This may
be a marker in memory of him erected some time
later and placed in the family plot SE 70 N/2 line 11.
Parents were Jeremiah Smith Hathaway (18241876 born in New York) and Isabell Electa Bates
(1827-1914 born in Ohio). Ref: #1, #3.
HATHAWAY, AMOS NATHAN
b. 13 Feb 1862 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 10 Dec 1862, age 10m. Int.
in SE 70-4 Line 11. Infant, (one of the first burials in
Vancouver City Cemetery the body was removed
from the 10th Street entrance to the Hathaway Plot.
Parents were Jeremiah Smith Hathaway (18241876) born in New York and Isabella Electa Bates
(1827-1914) born in Ohio. Ref: #1, #3.
HATHAWAY, ROY WESLEY
b. 2 4 F e b 1 8 8 9 W a s h o u g a l , C l a r k C o u n t y ,
Washington Territory, d. 7 Mar 1889, age 10d. Int. 8
Mar 1889 in SE 70 N/2 Line 11 (has marker "Suffer
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the Little Children to come unto me."
(J.HATHAWAY). First child of his parents. Parents
were Alfred Omega Hathaway (31 Mar 1864-1956)
Vancouver, Washington (a twin to Alpha Beebe
Hathaway sons of Jeremiah and Isabell Hathaway)
and Lucy Ann Blair (1870-1955) Fern Prairie,
Clark County, Washington (daughter of Frame W.
Blair and Louise Ann Pyland) both are buried in
Washougal Cemetery. Ref: #1 & #3.
CAPLES, HENRY RUSH
b. 5 Dec 1851 Sidney County, Iowa (first male child
born in this County), d. 15 Mar 1926 of paralysis due
to a stroke, age 74y 3m 10d. Int. 17 Mar 1926 in SE
70-4 L i n e 1 1 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Emma Jane Hathaway (1857 -1928)
daughter of Jeremiah Smith Hathaway and Electa
Bates. He was retired farmer, Methodist, lived at 712
East 17th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. Ralph Leiser of
Vancouver. The funeral was 17 Mar 1926 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Francis La
Violette. Note: As a babe in arms in 1852 he crossed
the Oregon Trail to the Oregon Territory and his
parents finally settled on the east side of the Lewis
River in Washington Territory. He was reared in
Clark County receiveing his education in the Public
Schools. In 1886 he was elected to the post of Justice
of Peace and in 1890 elected to County Clerk. He
belonged to the Democratic Party and numerous
other organizations. He raised cattle in Fruit Valley;
his registered brand was a drawn bow and arrow
about four inches long on the animals left shoulder.
He was for many years an active member of the
school board. Ordered and charged to son, Robert
Francis Caples (1831-1953). Parents were Henry
Laffer Caples (1823-1910) born in Wayne County,
Iowa, and Margaret Kuhn Staley (1828-1910) born
in Frederick, Maryland. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6 (1860,
1870 Census).
CAPLES, SHIRLEY ELLEN
b. 26 Dec 1923, d. 5 Feb 1926 when burned from a
pan of scalding water, age 2y 1m 10d. Int. 7 Feb
1926 in SE 70-8 Line 11 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Child lived at Stevenson, Skamania County
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. John R.
Barker of Stevenson. The funeral was not listed. Paid
by Capt. Robert Francis Caples (1831-1954). Parents
w e r e Henry Rush Caples Jr. (1893-1953) and
Elnore Ellen Lowe. Ref: #3 & #4.
CAPLES, EMMI JANE
b. 8 Mar 1857 Ridgefield, Clark County,
Washington, d. 4 Mar 1928 of pneumonia, age 70y
11m 26d. Int. 6 Mar 1928 in SE 7 0 -5 Line 11
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker - "Mother").
Married 13 Sep 1878 and widow of Henry Rush
Caples (1851-1926 son of Henry Laffer Caples and
Margaret Kuhn Staley all Washington State
Pioneers), housewife, Methodist, lived at 712 East
17th St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at home attended by Dr. Herbert C. Lieser of
Vancouver. Funeral 6 Mar 1928 1:30 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverand George W. Frame. Ordered
by the Caples Family. Charged to children:Elmer
Jean Caples (1896-1941) of Cascades, Hood River
County, Oregon buried at Park Hill Cemetery, Capt
Robert Francis Caples (1881-1954), Alpha Hathaway
Caples (8 Jan 1887-19 Dec 1954), buried at Park Hill
Cemetery, Henry Rush Caples Jr. (31 Aug 1893-13
Aug 1953) and Allen G. Blaker married to Mary
R o s a C a p l e s . P a r e n t s w e r e Jeremiah Smith
Hathaway (1824-1876) and Isabella Electa Bates
(1828-1914). The Hathaway Family crossed the
Oregon trail in 1852 and settled in Clark County
Washington in 1853 and were Washington State
Pioneers. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6 (1860, 1870, 1871, 1880
& 1900 Census).
HARPER, HAROLD
b. Jan 1909 Clark County, Washington, d. 28 Apr
1909 of fever, age 4m. Int. 30 Apr 1909 in SE 70-8
Line 11. ( J . E . H A T H A W A Y ) . Parents were
probably Ira Hartzel Harper (12 Apr 1881- 14 Nov
1932 in Washington) and his divorced wife. He was
the stepson of William Trueblood and Louisa J.
{probably Hathaway} buried in NW 126-5 divorced
and a farmer. Ref:#3, #4 (1926-1940) burial of Ira
Harper, #6 (1900 Census).
HARPER, INFANT
b. 3 Mar 1923 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 3 Mar 1923 stillborn, age 00y. Int. 5
Mar 1923 in SE 70-8 Line 11. (J.E. HATHAWAY)
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents were probably
Sigel R. Harper (Jul 1883 Washington and his wife.
He was a stepson of William Trueblood and Louisa J.
{probably Hathaway} Trueblood. Ref: #3, #4 (19261940), #6 (1900 Census).
McCAFFERTY, CHARLES
b. 1888 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 29
Mar 1910, age 22y. Int. 30 Mar 1910 in SE 70 Line
11. Parents were Samuel O. McCafferty (1864- )
and Mary E. Hathaway (1866-1895) daughter of
Jeremiah S. Hathaway and Isabell E. Bates. Ref: #1,
#3 and #6 (1880 Census).
McCAFFERTY, MARY E.
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b. 23 Aug 1866 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 22 Dec 1892 of
consumption, age 29y 3m 30d. Int. 24 Dec 1895 in
S E 7 0 L i n e 1 1 . Parents were Jeremiah Smith
Hathaway (1824-1876) born Herkimer County New
York and Isabella Electa Bates (1827-1914) Illinois.
They joined an Oregon bound Wagon Train in 1852.
Ref: #1, #3.
SE 71
SE 71 All bought 1/30/1873 by I.O.O.F.
PRICE, ROBERT
b. 1862, d. 23 Feb 1889 of congestion of the lungs,
age 27y. Int. 24 Feb 1889 in SE 71 N/2 Line 10.
I.O.O.F. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BRIGGS, MARY J.
b. 8 May 1886, d. 26 Jan 1902 diabetes, age 46y 8m
8d. Married, Int. 28 Jan 1902 in SE 71 Line 6.
Married to Howard L. Briggs. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
BUSH, GEORGE A.
b. 21 Apr 1837, d. 29 Jan 1873 no cause of death was
listed, age 35y 9m 8d. Int. in SE 71 Line 10 (has
marker "I Rest in Peace.") Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
MILLER, ZILLA M.
b. 31 Jul 1885, d. 29 Jan 1891 of deptheria, age 6y
5m 29d, Int. Jan 1891 in SE 71 Line 6 (has marker
"Sleep on sweet darling and take thy rest. God called
thee home, He thought it best." Parents were John
& Alice G. Miller. Ref: #3.
QUICK, GEORGE A/H.
b. 21 Apr 1837 Germany, d. 29 Jan 1873, age 35y
10m 8d. Int. Jan 1873 in SE 71-1 Line 10 (has marker
"I rest in peace." He was a cooper, lived in 1871 with
the family of Segarlin Kneighton as did a friend
George Sigmond born in 1845 in Germany also a
cooper. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1871
Census).
WALKER, AARON CLARK
b. 3 May 1901, d. 15 Sep 1902 lung disease, age 1y
4m 12d. Int. 15 Sep 1902 in SE 71 Line 10. (has
marker "Gone by not forgotten".) Child, Parents
were E.M. & S.E. Walker. Ref:#3.
SE 72
SE 72 All bought 6/10/1872 by Joseph Petrain
b. 1820 St. Francis, Quebec, Canada, d. 9 Mar 1876
of pneumonia, age 56y. Int. Mar 1876 in SE 72-2
Line 9. Worked for the Hudson Bay Fur Company
comming to Clark County Washington Territory in
November 1836 as a baker with his shop in the
northeast corner of the Vancouver Fort, he was also a
contractor and built the first courthouse in
Vancouver. He was a probate judge, and a miner
during the gold rush in California. Joseph Petrain was
married 19 Apr 1843 by Father Modeste Demers at
Tualtin Plains, Oregon to (1) Mary Ann Wagner
(1825-20 Dec 1847 at Vancouver, daughter of Peter
Wagner and Marie Stomis who was a Chinook
Indian) they had 3 children. When she died Joseph
Petrain married 14 Aug 1848 Catherine Dolan (18321893) born in Ireland; they had 11 children. Joseph
received a Donation Land Claim in Fruit Valley
(Vancouver) and was also a farmer. Parents were
Jacques Petrain and Marie Anne Placie both born
in Quebec, Canada. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (Census 1850).
PETRAIN, CATHERINA
b. 1832 Ireland, d. 10 Feb 1893 at Vancouver,
Washington, age 61y, Int. 13 Feb 1893 in SE 72 Line
9. (JOSEPH PETRAIN). She was married 14 Aug
1848 to Joseph Petrain as his 2nd wife, they had 11
children. NOTE: In the 1860 & 1870 Census her
father, William Dolan, lived with them - he was listed
as a farmer; her brother may have been Patrick Dolan
who in 1860 was listed as a private at Fort
Vancouver. Parents were William Doland and Eliza
Riley both born in Ireland. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1860,
1870, 1880 Census).
PETRAIN, JOSEPH Jr.
b. 1866 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 9 Mar 1898 of consumption, age 32y .
Int. 12 Mar 1898 in SE 72 Line 9. (SELF). Parents
were Joseph Petrain (1820-1876) born in Quebec
Canada and Catherina Dolan (1832-1893) born in
Ireland. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870 & 1880
Census).
RICHARDSON, ANNIE
b. 1862 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 8 Oct
1908 of acute pneumonia, age 46y. Int. 12 Oct in SE
7 2 L i n e 9 . She was married 16 Dec 1878 in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory (1)
Arthur Baker (1860-1882) a butcher son of Morris
Baker and Matilda A. they are Int. in NW 41-5 Line
12 and Annie Petrain maried (2).... Richardson.
Parents were Joseph Petrain (1820-1876) born at
St. Francis, Quebec, Canada came to work for the
Hudson's Bay Company as a baker in 1836 and m. (2)
PETRAIN, JOSEPH
51
13 Aug 1848 Catherine Dolan (1832-1893). Ref: #1,
#3.
ANDERSON, JENNIE
b. 1873, d. May 1901 died of pneumonia, age 28y.
Int. 10 May 1901
in SE 72 Line 9 . (JOSEPH PETRAIN). Parents
were Joseph Petrain and Catherine Dolan. Ref: #1,
& #3
FLORINE, EDWARD NELSON
b. 11 Jul 1889 Clark County, Washington, d. 25 Jul
1889 debility, age 14d. Int. 25 Jul 1889 in SE 72 Line
9. [JOSEPH PETRAIN] Parents were not listed but
the mother may have been Melissa Florine b. Jun
1855 in Washington Territory a widow in t he
Clark County 1900 Census, and a dressmaker.
NOTE: She may have been a cousin to the Petrain
family. She had living with her a son Fred N. Florine
born in Oct 1892 whose father was born in Sweden
and also living with her are sons Ernest W. and
William M. Plaice. John Petrain with wife Etna/Edna
and sons Merrill and Earl lived close by. John Petrain
was a son of Joseph Petrain [1820-1876]; Joseph's
mother was Marie Anne Plaice.) Ref: #3, #6 (1900
Census).
FLORINE, INFANT
b. 14 Feb 1893, d. 14 Feb 1893 premature baby, age
00y. Int. 14 Feb 1893 in SE 72 Line 9. (JOSEPH
PETRAIN). Parents were not listed, but father
may be a son of ....Florine born 1832 Sweden and
mother may have been Melissa Petrain Plaice
Florine. Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1900 Census).
FLORINE, W.C. (male)
b. Jun 1891, d. 15 Aug 1891, age 2m. Int. 16 Aug
1891 in SE 72 Line 9. (JOSEPH PETRAIN). Parents
were not listed, but father may be a son of
.....Florine born 1832 Sweden and Melissa Petrain
Plaice Florine. Ref. #1, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 73
SE 73 All bought 1/30/1873 by the I.O.O.F.
EDMOND/EDMONDS, MRS.
b. ? (may have been Alcenia Edmonds age 35 born
ca 1845 Pennsylvania (Reference:Clark County 1880
Census), d. 6 Oct 1890. Int. in SE 73 S/2 Line 8.
[I.O.O.F.] Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BROWNMILLER, GEORGE W.
b. 1826 Pennsylvania, d. 13 Oct 1898 heart disease,
age 72y. Int. 16 Oct 1898 in SE 73-3 [I.O.O.F.]. He
was married to Margaret ( ) (1830-) born in Bavaria,
Germany). He was a common laborer. Parents were
not listed but both were born in Pennsylvania.
Ref: #3 #6 (1880 Census).
ROE, JOHN/JOSEPH FLETCHER
b. 6 Jul 1830 New York, d. 21 Jul 1920 of a chronic
valve disorder of the heart, age 89y 11m 15d. Int. 22
Jul 1920 in SE 73-1 Line 8 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
John Roe was a farmer, lived on RT. 4 (in the Mill
Plain Rd. area) of Vancouver, he may have been a
soldier at the Vancouver Barracks Co. G 21st
Infantry listed in the in 1880 Census, died at home
attended by Coroner W. J. Knapp of Vancouver.
Funeral 22 Jul 1920 no service, no clergy listed.
KNAPP CHAPEL. John/Joseph Roe married (1) to
Anna Green (1820-1905), (2) Julia Jane Miles Porter
buried with first husband George G. Porter (18411902 in SW 32 Line 10. Charged to son John Harry
Roe (at home) (1862-1939 and his wife Minnie are
buried in Park Hill Cemetery A 294-2). Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. Harris Roe born in New York Ref: #3,
#4, # 6 (1880, 1900 Census).
ROE, ANNA
b. Sep 18 1820 ? (1900 Census born Mar 1842
Ireland came to US in 1842 with parents), d. Dec
1904, age 62y. Int. 1 Jan 1905 in SE 73 Line 8. She
was the wife of John F. Roe (1830-1920), they had
son Harry b. 1862. Parents were named "Green"
born in Ireland. Ref: #3, # 6 (1900 Census).
HULL, WILLIAM W.
b. 31 May 1885 Alcona County, Michigan, d. 12 Sep
1890 of deptheria, age 5y 3m 12d. Int. 13 Sep 1890
in SE 73 Line 8. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
STANTON, LEONA
b. 9 Jan 1867, d. 9 Jan 1899 of consumption, age 32y.
Int. 10 Jan 1899 in SE 73 Line 8. She was married
to.....Stanton. Parents were J.S. & M.V. Parshall.
Ref: #3 NO RECORDS.
PETROS, ANTONE
b. 13 Jun 1853 Austria, d. 29 Dec 1900 of
pneumonia, age 32y. Int. 31 Dec 1900 in SE 73 Line
8. He was married to Annie (born Apr 1869
Germany-), was a hotel proprietor, rented his home.
Had a daughter May Petros b. May 1891 in
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 74
SE 74 N/2 bought 4/4/1875 by H. Wood
SE 74 S/2 bought by S.A. Buchman- E.L. Carpenter
S/2
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HAZARD, WILLIAM C.
b. 27 Jan 1827 Rhode Island, d. 3 Sep 1913 of
senility & valvular heart disease, age 86y 7m 7d. Int.
5 Sep 1913. Int. 5 Sep 1913 in SE 74-1 S/2 Line 7.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, was an uncle to
Charles Wilbur Slocum and a bother to Charles's
mother, Renewed Hazard, retired Capitalist speculator, William C. Hazard came with Charles
Slocum when he first came to Washington Territory,
lived at 502 West 2nd St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral by KNAPP
CHAPEL 5 Sep 1913 2 PM at home with Reverend
E. B. Collier. Pall bearers were Lloyd DuBois
(lumberman), Edward Brown (manager of water Co.
- buried in SE 88), Frank W. Marshall (groceries &
hardware 1900 Census), John Henry Elwell (lawyer
& Justice of Peace - buried in NW 147-4 Line 5),
William P. Crawford (a merchant), and A. Burnham
(a school teacher married to Ella 1900 Census).
Charged to Allison Burnham. Parents were not
listed, but father was born in Massachusetts and
mother in Rhode Island. Ref:#1, #3, #4 & #6 Clark
County Washington Territory 1860, 1870, 1880,
1900 Census.
CARPENTER, REBECCA
b. Apr 1901, d. 10 Oct 1901 of dysentery, age 6m.
I n t . 8 N o v 1 9 0 1 i n S E 7 4 S / 2 L i n e 7 . [E.L.
CARPENTER] Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
SE 75
SE 75 all bought by J.J. Beeson
SE 75 S/2-1/4 bought by John Peterson
SE 75 S/2 bought 1904 by Mrs. Charles Wolf
WOOLF, CHARLES W.
b. Jun 1870 Iowa, d. 20 Oct 1903 in a Rail Road
accident, age 33y 3m. Int. in S E 7 5 L i n e 6 .
(CHARLES W. WOOLF). He was married 17 Oct
1898 in Clark County, Washington to Alice Runnel
born May 1865 Washington daughter of NC Runnel
and Ellen Fitzgerald. Parents were James B. Woolf
(1851 in Ohio and Adelia A. Nugent (1849
Wisconsin). Ref: #2, #3.
WOOLF, MARGARET A.
b. 1925 Colorado, d. 10 May 1993, age 68y. Int. 13
May 1993 in SE 75-1. [WOOLF FAMILY]. V.F.C.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
DARLING, FRANK R.
b. Aug 1890 Clark County, Washington, d. 15 Feb
1891 lung disease, age 9m. Int. Feb in SE 75 Line 6.
[MRS. ALICE (CHARLES) WOOLF]. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3
PETERSON, JOHN
b. Dec 1863 Sweden, d. 20 Dec 1947 senile, age 84y.
Int. 23 Dec 1947 in SE 75-8 Line 6. Married to
Emma C. Swanson (1869-1942). Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
PETERSON, EMMA C.
b. Mar 1869 Sweden, d. 16 May 1942 of heart
failure, age 74y 2m, Int. in SE 75-2 Line 9. [JOHN
PETERSON] [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Married to John Peterson (1863-1947).
Parents were .....Swanson and Sarah Swanson
(1834-1903) both born in Sweden. Ref:#3
SWANSON, SARAH
b. 18 Oct 1834 Sweden, d. 21 Oct 1903 of paralysis,
age 69y 0m 3d. Int. in SE 75 N/2 Line 6. (Note: the
body was moved to another grave in the same plot in
1947). (JOHN PETERSON). Was a widow of
......Swanson. A daughter was Emma C. Peterson and
a son may have been Gus Swanson (1853- ). Parents
were not listed but were born in Sweden. Ref: #3.
WILLEY, RUTH H.
b. 1893, d. 14 Dec 1918 of pneumonia during the flu
epidemic, age 24y. Int. 16 Dec 1918 in SE 75 N/2
Line 6. [J. MILLER] Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
SE 76
SE 76 N/2 bought 5/15/1882 by Alice Kraft
SE 76 N/2 bought 1895 by Mrs. B.M. Page
SE 76 S/2 bought 7/3/1882 by Butler & Morton.
Needed by Burke T. McConnell 4/26/1884
KRAFT, CHRISTOPHER HANS (HENRY) *
b. 1819/20 Prussia, d. 12 Feb 1872, age 52y. Int. Feb
1872 in SE 76 N/2 Line 5. He was a sailor. He was
married in 1848 in Massachusetts to Alice Farrel,
applied for citizenship 20 Feb 1851 in San Francisco,
California and soon after went up the coast to Clark
County and applied for a Donation Land Claim. He
settled on about 240 acres along the Lewis River, but
was not listed in any Clark County Census; perhaps
he was listed in Cowlitz County Census. During the
Indian trouble in 1855/56 he served under Captain
William Bratton. He was at that time age 36 years, 5'
11" tall, ruddy complexion, brown hair and blue eyes.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3.
KRAFT, ALICE
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b. 1819 Massachusetts, d. 8 Sep 1908, age 83y. Int. 8
Sep 1902 in SE 76 N/2 Line 5. She was married in
1848 in Massachusetts to Christopher Hans "Henry"
Kraft, and they lived on a Donation Claim along the
Lewis River. She survived her husband by 30 years.
They had four children all who died in childhood and
a r e b u r i e d b e s i d e h e r . Parents were named
"Farrel". Ref: #1 & #3.
KRAFT, ELIZA
b. 11 Feb 1851, Lewis River area, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 1 Feb 1856, age 5y 11m
30d, Child. Int. Feb 1856 in SE 76 N/2 Line 5.
Parents were Christopher Hans Kraft (1819-1872)
Prussia and Alice Farrel (1819-1908) Massachutes.
Ref: #1 & #3.
KRAFT, HENRY
b. 28 Nov 1859, Lewis River area, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 10 Oct 1863, age 3y 11m
18d, Child. Int. Oct 1863 in SE 76 N/2 Line 5.
Parents were Christopher Hans Kraft (1819-1872)
Prussia and Alice Farrel (1819-1908) Massachutes.
Ref: #1 & #3.
KRAFT, JOHN
b. ?, d. 1 Apr 1861, age ?, (NO RECORDS). Int. Apr
1861 in SE 7 6 L i n e 5 (has marker for all four
children "Sacred to the Memory of our Children"
Eliza (1851-1856), Henry (1856-1863). John ( 1861) and Mary (1856-1857). (ROSA KRAFT).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
KRAFT, MARY
b. 4 Jun 1856 Lewis River area, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 13 Aug 1857, age 1y 1m 9d,
Child. Int. Aug 1857 in SE 76 Line 5. NOTE: It was
probably buried at The Fort Burial Ground, but the
bodies was moved into the Vancouver City Cemetery
when it first opened. Parents were Christopher
Hans Kraft (1819-1872) Prussia and Alice Farrel
(1819-1908) Massachusetts. Ref: #1 & #3.
attended by Dr. Robert G. Black of Vancouver. The
funeral was 14 Mar 1916 at St. James Cathedral with
Reverend Father Sweens. Charge to Clark County
Commissioners Welfare. Note: Michael Damphoffer
came to Oregon with the military during the Indian
wars of 1856 (Musician Co. C Oregon. Cav.) He had
served for six years in the French Army from 1846
until 1852 then came to the United States and enlisted
in the United States Army that same year joining the
First Oregon Cavalry. He arrived at Ft. Vancouver
with the 9th Infantry on 12 Jan 1856 and participated
in the Indian campaigns of that year. He and his son
Michael Jr. served under General George Wright in
1858 and against the Indians in Southern Oregon in
1865. He was a member of the GAR (Civil War). In
1862 he bought the Alexander Davies land claim. He
outlived his wife and all of his children and went to
the Blanchett Home for his remaining days where he
died. His children were: Mary Ann (1845-1892)
married George Washington Proebstel, Michael Jr.
(1846-1915), Louis (1849-1900) a musician in the
Military band, married Isobar Quigley. Children
were:(1) Peter (1858-1904) also a musician in the
Military married Ellen Quigley, (2) Caroline (1861-),
(3) Isabel, (4) George (1865-1911). Parents were
born in France. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6 (1870, 1871,
1880, 1900 Census).
DAMPHOFFER, LOUIS *
b. 1849 Boran, France, d. 18 Jan 1900 of heart
failure, age 51y, Int. Jan 1900 in SE 77 Line 4. He
was married to Isabel Quigley 5 Jun 1876 Vancouver,
Musician in CO. "C" Oregon Cavalry, came to the
United States with his parents in 1856. Parents were
Michael Damphoffer Sr. (1815-1916) born in France
and Christine Bemlinger born in Germany. Ref: #1,
#3, #6 (1870, 1880 Census).
SE 77
SE 77 all bought 1/29/1881 by Michael Damphoffer
DAMPHOFFER, GEORGE
b. 1865 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 20
Apr 1911 of consumption, age 47y. Int. 22 Apr 1911
in SE 77 Line 4. Parents were Michael Damphoffer
Sr. (1815-1916) born in France and Christine
Bemlinger born in Germany. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1870, 1880, 1900 Census).
DAMPHOFFER, MICHAEL *
b. 12 Jan 1815 Boran, France, d. 12 Mar 1916 of
senile artiosclorois, age 101y, 2m, 0d, Int. 14 Mar
1916 in SE 77-6 Line 4. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He
was a widower to Christine Bemlinger Damphoffer
1819-1881, retired from the US Army Service in
1865. In 1870 Census he was a breeder of cattle,
retired Saloon keeper, Catholic, at the time of his
death he lived at the Blanchet Home, died there
DAMPHOFFER, MICHAEL Jr. *
b. 12 Jun 1844 in Boran, France, d. 29 Jul 1915 1 PM
of pulmonary TB, age 71y 1m 17d. Int. 2 Aug 1915
SE 77-6 Line 4. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, a
miner, Michael Damphoffer Jr. was in CO. C First
Oregon Calvary MUSN Indian War 1858. His father
Michael Damphoffer was also a soldier MUSN Co. C
Oregon Calvary lived at 13th & Reserve Streets
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home,
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attended by Dr. R.G. Black of Vancouver. Funeral 2
Aug 1915 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged to
Frank Dye & Co. Commander. Parents were
Michael Damphoffer Sr. (1815-1916 age 101y) born
in France and Christine B emlinger (1819-1881)
born in Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #4 #6 (1870 Census).
DAMPHOFFER, PETER *
b. 1858 Oregon, d. 31 Jul 1904 brights disease, age
46y. Int. 2 Aug 1904 in SE 77 Line 4. He was a
soldier in the Spanish American War, married 3 Feb
1877 to Ellen Quigley (1862 - Washington Territory)
and sister to Isabel Quigley. The children of Arthur
Quigley (1826- ) and Jane Thompson (1826-1884
born in Scotland are buried in St. James Acres
Catholic Cemetery). P a r e n t s w e r e Michael
Damphoffer S r . ( 1 8 1 5 -1 9 1 6 ) a n d C h r i s t i n e
Bemlinger (1819-1881). R e f : # 1 , # 3 , # 6 ( 1 8 7 0
Census).
SE 78
SE 78 All bought 11/7/1871 by James Wright
BUTLER, THOMAS
b. 1 Aug 1833 Berkshire, England, d. 6 Jul 1883
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory, age
49y 11m 5d. Int. Jul 1883 in SE 76 Line 5. He was a
soldier at the Ordnance Department, Vancouver
Barracks. Parents were not listed but were both
born in England. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870 & 1880
Census).
MOBLEY, DAVID A.
b. Nov 1889 Oregon, d. 21 Mar 1970, age 80y 5m
died of a stroke. Int. 24 Mar 1970 in SE 78-5 Line 3.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
MOBLEY, FLORENCE
b. 1891 Washington, d. 20 Apr 1988, age 97y.
?Married to David A. Mobley (1889-1970). Int. 25
Apr 1988 in SE 78-4 [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Ref: #3.
GALBRAITH, KING L. *
b. Feb 1888 Missouri, d. 23 Apr 1961 of TB, age 73y
2m. Int. 27 Apr 1961 in SE 78-8 Line 3. [A.J. ROSE
& SON CONSERVATORY CHAPEL]. Served in
WW I. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
POWELL, JOHN R.
b. Nov 1912 Oregon, d. 30 Dec 1972 died of heart
failure, age 60y 10m. Int. Dec 1972 in SE 78-6 Line
6. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
WRIGHT, JAMES
b. 1836 Scotland, d. 21 Mar 1920 of old age, age 84y.
Int. 23 Mar 1920 in SE 78-1 Line 3. He was a
widower. His wife was born in New York and they
had a daughter living with him in the 1880 Census.
Jane Wright worn born 1868 in California. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SE 79
SE 79 All bought 6/20/1873 by Columbia Lancaster
SE 80
SE 80 All bought 4/14/1868 by Thomas A. Sperry
SE 80 S/2 bought by Mrs. Bertha Tomlinson
KRAUSE, HELEN META
b. May 1897, d. 30 Mar 1921 age 24y 7m died of
nephritis. Int. 2 Apr 1921 in SE 80 N/2 Line 1.
(THOMAS SPERRY) Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
SPERRY, GEORGE H.
b. 1857 Oregon, d. 28 Oct 1934 died of paralysis, age
77y. Int. 30 Oct 1934 in SE 80 Line 1. (THOMAS
SPERRY). NOTE #1: George Sperry was listed as an
adult in the census, but didn't give his trade. Thomas
Sperry George Sperry's father, was a laborer in 1860
and in 1870 was a stone mason, they lived in area of
the Lake River Post Office, Clark County
Washington; the family consisted in 1860 of his wife
and son George and a 12 year old boy named
William B. Dolly born in Illinois. NOTE #2:In the
Fisher Cemetery is buried a Hannah Epps Sperry
(born 14 Jul 1831-25 Dec 1916) who’s father was
Charles Whitemarsh and mother Hannah Epps). She
was buried by her daughter Mrs. Florence (E.O.)
Burgess of Camas.} Parents were Thomas Spree
born (1824-aft. 1880 in Connecticut and Abigail
Spree ( born 1826 in Ohio). Ref: #3, #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 Census).
SE 81
SE 81 All bought 3/18/1868 by John F. Smith (born
in Germany married to Elizabeth (1828-1900).
SMITH, WILLIAM FREDRICK
b. 14 Mar 1859 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington Territory, d. 24 Jul 1930 died of
apoplexy, age 71y 4m 10d. Int. Jul 1930 in SE 81 N/2
Line 1. [HAMILTON MORTUARY] [JOHN F.
SMITH]. Parents were John F. Smith (1826 Brava,
Germany and Elizabeth (1828-1900) both born in
Germany. Ref: #3, $4 & #6 (1860, 1900 Census).
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SMITH, JEROME OTIS
b. 1 Jan 1890 Clark County, Washington, d. 14 Feb
1892 of diphtheria, age 2y 1m 13d. Int. in SE 81 Line
1. (SARAH E. DIXON). Parents were Jeremy B.
Smith (1857-1906) and Me Mary (1862-1928). Ref:
#3.
SMITH, HENRY B.
b. Dec 1857 Washington Territory, d. 28 Feb 1902
heart failure, age 45y. Int. 3 Mar 1902 in SE 81 Line
1. Parents were John F. Smith (born 1826 Brava)
and Elizabeth (born 1828-1900) Prussia Germany).
Ref: #3 & #6 (1860, 1870 Census).
SMITH, CHARLES E.
b. 10 Oct 1863 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 4 Jun 1923 of diabetes, age 59y 8m 14d. Int. 6 Jun
1923 in SE 81 Line 1. Parents were John F. Smith
(born 1826 Brava) and Elizabeth (born 1828-1900
Prussia, Germany). Ref: #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
SMITH, ELIZABETH
b. 1828 Prussia, d. 15 Nov 1900 of heart failure, age
72y. Int. 17 Nov 1900 in SE 81-5 Line 1. She was
married to John F. Smith. He was an early merchant
in Vancouver, Washington. Parents were not listed
but were born in Prussia. Ref: #3, & #6 (1860,
1870 Census).
CONBOIE, HARRY GEORGE
b. 1879, d. 17 Jul 1909 of TB, age 30y. Int. in SE 81
Line 1. (JOHN F. SMITH). Parents were George R.
Convoy and Lilly A. Smith. Ref: #3.
CONBOIE, LILLIE A.
b. 2 Feb 1853, d. 28 Nov 1890 of consumption, age
37y 9m 26d. Int. 29 Nov 1890 in SE 81 Line 1. (J.F.
SMITH). She was married to George R. Conboie.
Their daughter Mary Elizabeth Conboie married 7
Feb 1907 Edward Richard Schofield. Parents were
George Conboie and Elizabeth Smith. Ref: #2 & #3.
SE 82
SE 82 all bought 11/24/1871 by Patrick Kegan
SE 83
SE 83 All bought 3/31/1883 by Seth N. Secrist
SECRIST, SETH NATHAN "NATE" *
b. 17 Jan 1845 Marysville, Grant County, Indiana, d.
14 Aug 1923 chronic nephritis, age 78y 6m 27d. Int.
1 8 A u g 1 9 2 3 i n S E 8 3 -3 L i n e 3 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was a widower- married 22 Mar
1868 at Eddyville, Iowa Nancy Elizabeth Odem
(1845-1923). Died at home of attended by Dr.
William E. Cass of Vancouver. Nate Secrist left
home at the age of 16 years of age and traveled to the
west living at several places. He was a miner,
member of the First Colorado Calvary frontier soldier
and arrived in the year of 1872 in Clark County
Washington Territory where the family settled in the
Lake Shore area of Vancouver and started an orchard,
mostly of prunes, managed a Grange Co-Op store in
Vancouver, was of the Baptist, member of the school
board, served two terms as County Sheriff of Clark
County ca 1890, was a Clark County Commissioner,
member of the Democratic party. Nate and sons, John
and George, joined in 1898 the Alaska Gold Rush
and crossed the Chillcoot Pass then floated down the
Yukon and Klondike Rivers. His funeral was 18 Aug
1923 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand
Wetterhohm. Charged to son John Secrist who was
executive. NOTE: In the 1900 Census Nate's brother,
George Washington Secrist, (1840-1917) also lived
on a farm of 88 acres in the same area. NOTE:
George Washington Secrist (1840-1917) married
Sarah Frances Kingen (1852-1940) (daughter of
James Kingen and Christine Pulen) both buried at
Sara Union Cemetery in Clark County. Parents were
Michael Secrist (born 1813-1894 in Virginia) who
followed the California Gold Rush in 1850 and later
to the Rogue River where he lost all his property and
he was thought dead; later he was found by Nate in
Bannock City, Idaho. Michael Secrist later followed
his son and came to Clark County, Washington. The
mother was Mary McMahill born (1819-1910 in
Kentucky). After many years and 2 sons who were
killed in the Civil War and Nate left home she was
destitute. She thought she was a widow and remarried
in 1862 to John Underwood (who died in 1888).
Mary came at the behest of sons Nate and George to
Clark County and renewed her marriage with
Michael Secrist. Both are buried in Manor/Wilson
Bridge Cemetery. Ref: #2, #3, & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
SECRIST, NANCY ELIZABETH
b. 17 Aug 1845 Indiana, d. 14 Feb 1923 carcinoma of
the bowels, age 77y 5m 17d. Int. 16 Feb 1923 in SE
83-7 Line 3. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married 22 Mar 1863 in Eddyville Iowa to Seth
Nathan "Nate" Secrist (1845-1923), housewife, lived
at RT #3 Vancouver, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. William E. Cass of Vancouver. The
funeral was 16 Feb 1923 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend J.C. Wetterhohm. Charged to husband
Seth "Nate" Secrist. Pall Bearers were: Fred Newby,
A.H. Dewey, J.O. Hyland, Shuman A. Stockinburg
ad M.E. Roe. Nancy had 12 children who were:(1)
James, (2) John Thomas, (3) Mary Mathilda (married
56
Albert Wood both buried in SE 02), (4) Frederick N.,
(5) George Washington married Jennie B. .., (6)
Clarence V., (7) William Henry married Bernice C.
Eddings (daughter of the William Eddings), (8) Clara
A., (9) Ida O., (10) Frances who married (a) Beverly
R. Sowers and (b) Charles Nierman, (11) Grace, and
(12) Seth Nathan Jr. Parents were James Oden born
in France and Cellars born in England. Ref: #2, #3,
#4, #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
SECRIST, IDA O.
b . 2 1 A u g 1 8 8 2 V a n c o u v e r , C l a r k C ounty,
Washington Territory, d. 31 Mar 1883, age 5m 10d.
Int. in SE 83 Line 3 (has marker "Farewell"). The 9th
child of 12 children, died at home in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington Territory. Parents were
Seth Nathan Secrist (1845 -1923) and Nancy
Elizabeth Oden (1845-1923) both born in Indiana.
Ref: #2 & #3.
SECRIST, JAMES M.
b. 21 Dec 1868 Eddyville, Mahaska County, Iowa, d.
1 Sep 1905 in an accident, age 36, 8m 11d, Int. 3 Sep
1905 in SE 83 Line 3. Single Parents were Seth
Nathan Secrist (1845-1923) born in Indiana and
Nancy Elizabeth Oden (1845-1923). Ref: #2, #3 &
#6 (1880 Census).
SECRIST, CLARA E.
b. 19 Jan 1881 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 5 Jan 1887 of croup, age 5y
11m 17d. Int. 7 Jan 1887 in SE 83 Line 3 (has marker
"Farewell"). The 8th child of 12 children, at home in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory.
Parents were Seth Nathan Secrist (1845-1923) and
Nancy Elizabeth Odem (1845-1923) both born in
Indiana. Ref: #2 & #3.
SECRIST, SETH NATHAN Jr.
b. 5 Dec 1888 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 2 Jul 1892 of diphtheria, age 3y 6m 23d. Int. 3 Jul
1892 in SE 83-6 Line 3 (has marker "Farewell"). The
last of 12 children born to the Secrists, died in a
diphtheria epidemic in which his siblings Fanny,
William and Grace also were very sick, but finally
recovered. Parents were Seth Nathan Secrist (18451923) and Nancy Elizabeth Oden (1845-1923) both
born in Indiana. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SECRIST, FREDERICK "FRED"
b. 28 Jan 1874 Clark County, Washington, d. 5 Oct
1925 of an abdominal operation for ulcers, age 51y
8m 7d. Int. 7 Oct 1925 in SE 83 Line 3. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. The 4th of 12 children. He was
single, a painter, lived at 1241 Middleton Ave.,
Portland, Oregon, died at St. Vincent Hospital in
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon attended by
Dr. C. Hall and Dr. Benshdle of Portland. Funeral 7
Oct 1925 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Francis La Vilolette. Charged to brother John T.
Secrist. Parents were Seth Nathan Secrist (18451923) and Nancy Elizabeth Oden (1845-1923) both
born in Indiana. Ref: #2, #3 #4 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
SECRIST, CLARANCE V.
b. 10 Aug 1876 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 16 Dec 1877 no cause of
death was listed, age 1y 4m 6d. Int. in SE 83-4 Line
3. (has marker "Farewell") The 6th child of 12
children, died at home in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory. Parents were Seth Nathan
Secrist (1845-1923) and Nancy Elizabeth Oden
(1845-1923) both born in Indiana. Ref: #2 & #3.
SECRIST, GEORGE W.
b. 1875 (probably Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 7 Sep 1939 of pneumonia, age 64y. Int.
9 Sep 1939 in SE 83 Line 3. The 5th of 12 children.
He was in the Alaska Goldrush and went over the
Chilcoot Pass with his brother, John, and his father,
Nate. fHe was married to Jennie ( )and had no
children. Parents were Seth Nathan Secrist (18451923) and Nancy Elizabeth Odem (1845-1923) both
born in Indiana. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
WOLFE/WOLF, JAMES
b. 1874 Kansas, d. 9 Aug 1884 no cause of death
listed, age 10y. Int. in S E 8 3 L i n e 3 . (SETH
N.SECRIST) Parents were not listed, but they
maybe James Wolfe (1845-Illinois- ? a farmer)
and Emily (1847-? Wisconsin). Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
SE 84
SE 84 All bought by Minnie
SE 85
SE 85 All bought 12/30/1876 by Caroline
Thomlimson
SE 85 6 graves transferred 4/8/1958 to Walter Smith
by Thomlinson
SE 85 4/8/1958 Walter Smith transferred graves 3 &
4 in these 1/4 to Chester Dunston.
THOMLINSON, LEMUEL C.
b. Nov 1855 Vancouver, Clark County Washington
Territory, d. 29 Dec 1944 of heart failure, age 90y
1m. Int. 2 Jan 1946 in SE 85-2 Line 5. (CAROLINE
57
THOMLINSON) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. He was married 20 May 1880 in
Vancouver Mary Shea (1861-? n o t l i sted in
Vancouver City Cemetery). Lemuel Thomlinson was
a barber and had a bath house in 1881. He had a
partner Harry Smith and they also sold candy,
perfurmeries, fancy goods, cigars and tobacco.
Parents were Elijah Thomlinson (1819-1876 born
in Starkville, Herkimer County, New York and
Caroline Legitt (1830-born in Illinois) daughter of
Michael Shea and Rachel Legitt listed in 1860
Census. Ref: #1, #3, #5 & #6 (1860, 1870, 1871,
1880 & 1900 Census).
SANDERS, EDITH A.
b. Mar 1872 Nebraska, d. 17 Apr 1964 of a stroke,
age 92y 1m. Int. 21 Apr 1964 in SE 85-3 Line 5.
(E.A. SANDERS) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
HAMMER, EVAN
b. 1894 Iowa, d. 23 Jan 1981 of heart failure, age
87y. Disinterred from Seattle and Int. 28 Jan 1981 in
S E 8 5 -5 L i n e 5 [EVERGREEN STAPELS
FUNERAL HOME]. Widower of Bessie M. Hammer
(1894-1973). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
HAMMER, BESSIE M.
b. Feb 1896 Iowa, d. 16 Aug 1973 of heart failure in
Seattle, King County, Washington, age 77y 6m. First
interred in a Seattle Cemetery. Int. 27 Jun 1974 in SE
85-6 L i n e 5 (EVAN HAMMER) [EAST SIDE
FUNERAL HOME -see Ross Hollywood -Portland].
She was married to Evan Hammer (1894-1981).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SMITH, WALTER A.
b. ?, d. 20 Jul 1980, age ? Int. 23 Jul 1980 in SE 85-7
. [MT SCOTT FUNERAL HOME - Portland].
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SMITH, OLETA J.
b. Jul 1895 Nebraska, d. 2 Sep 1957 of cancer, age
62y 2m. Int. 5 Sep 1957 in SE 85-8 Line 5. (W.
SMITH) [EVERGREEN FUNERAL HOME]. She
was married to Walter A. Smith who died in 1980.
Lived in Seattle. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 &
#5.
SMITH, MABEL E.
b. 1902 Germany, d. 29 Dec 1961 of a stroke, age
59y 10m. Int. 2 Jan 1981 SE 85-4 Line 5. Parents
were not listed Ref: #3.
DETNICK/DETRICK, MARY ELDA
b. 19 Jun 1852 Iowa, d. 19 Nov 1909 of
artiosclerosis, age 57y 5m 0d. Int. 21 Nov 1909 in
NE 85-3 Line 5 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker
"He that believeth in me tho' he were dead, yet shall
he live". Widow, NOTE: in 1860 Clark County
Washington Territory Census was listed "George
Detrick, a soldier born in Germany age 22 stationed
in Vancouver Garrison and in 1880 Census he sold
water and the name was spelled Dietrich), school
teacher, housewife, Christian Church, lived at 908
West 15th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Charles
E.B. Flagg of Vancouver. Funeral 21 Nov 1909 at
Vancouver Christian Church with Reverand D.C.
Kellems of Eugene, Oregon. Children were L.E.
Ditrick (female) born 1877 Iowa (a school teacher)
and R.E. Ditrich (male) born May 1886, a grocery
salesman (owner of plot with D.N. Raymond). No
charges listed. KNAPP CHAPLE. Parents were not
listed but were both born in Ohio. Ref: #3, #4, &
#6- (1900 Census).
SE 86
SE 86 All bought by George T. McConnell [Ref:1880
Clark County Census age 55y born in New York,
listed with wife, A. Elizabeth McConnell age 48 born
in Vermont]
O'NEIL/O'NEAL, WILLIAM
b. May 1834 Limerick, Ireland, d. 16 Dec 1878 no
cause of death listed, age 44y 7m. Int. in SE 86-1
Line 6 (has marker "Sacred to the memory of
William O'Neal") [GEORGE T. McCONNELL] (NO
RECORDS). NOTE: in 1880 Clark County Census is
listed a Thomas O'Neil age 29 a dealer in tobacco
goods born in Ireland and his parents were born in
Ireland. Thomas had a wife Kate born in Washington
age 22y). He may have been a brother or relative to
Ann Elizabeth McConnell (1833-1898 buried in SE
102 Line 11) wife of George T. McConnell (18251903 buried in SE 107 Line 7). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
McDONALD, STEPHEN PATRICK
b. 1844 Minnesota, d. 1876, age 32y. Int. 1876 in SE
86-8 Line 6. (GEORGE T. McCONNELL). He was a
newspaper printer. Married about 1870 to Margaret
R. Souer (1849-1887); Their children were: Stephen
Francis (1870-1917), (2) Charles Lee (1873-1919)
both buried with their families at St. James Acres
Catholic Cemetery and (3) May McDonald (1875- )
married ....Mulholland; {Margaret Souer McDonald
married (2) as his 2nd wife Dr. John Randolph Smith
14 Apr 1879, their children were Louis "Flynn" (b.
1880- ) and Lillie (1880-1949) buried in the Kenny
58
Lot in St. James Acres, Leo Bruce (Capt. US Army
WWI) (1882-1947) buried at St. James Acres
Catholic Cemetery, and Margaret "Maggie" Lee
Smith (1884- ) married George.....} Parents were
not listed. Ref:#1, #3, #6 (1870, 1871 Census).
BEALL, SAMUEL LIVINGSTON
b. 4 Nov 1878, d. 11 Apr 1901 of an accident, age
22y 5m 12d. Int. 18 Apr 1901 in SE 86 Line 6.
(GEORGE T. McCONNELL). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
VON DAAKE, AUGUSTA
b. 18 May 1861, d. 18 Mar 1901 no cause was listed,
age 39y 10m. Int. Mar 1901 in SE 86 Line 6.
(GEORGE T. McCONNELL). She was married to
William Von Daake (1859-1914) buried in NE 206-1.
Ref #3.
DEHAVEN, WARREN J.
b. Jan 1869 Pennsylvania, d. 16 Feb 1902 of typhoid
fever. Int. 18 Feb 1902 in SE 86 Line 6. [GEORGE
T. McCONNELL]. Married to Maggie (White ?)
probably a daughter of Elias and Caroline White and
a granddaughter of G.T. McConnell). Warren
DeHaven was a locomotive fireman and he rented his
home. Parents were not listed but both were born
in Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
DEHAVEN, JAY/JAHEW
b. 1890 (1900 Census Jun 1899), d. 16 Mar 1901 of
bronchitis, age 11/12m. Int. 17 Mar 1901 in SE 86
Line 6. (GEORGE T. McCONNELL.) Parents were
W a r r e n J . D e H a v e n ( 1 8 6 9 -1 9 0 2 ) b o r n i n
Pennsylvania and Maggie (?) White born in
Germany. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
ZEIGLER, ALBERT
b. 1886, d. 6 Sep 1901 of lung disease, age 15y. Int.
i n SE 86 Line 6. (G.T. McCONNELL). Parents
were not listed, but may have been ....Zeigler and
E v a E . M c C o n n e l l (daughter of George T.
McConnell and Ann Elizabeth. Ref: #3.
SE 87
SE 87 All bought by G.W. Brook 12/11/1871
SE 87 All bought 4/1889 by Hirum Stamp
MACHADO, ADALINE "ADDIE" COULTER
b. 15 May 1859 Ohio, d. 16 Sep 1936 of a stroke, age
77y 4m 1d. Int. 18 Sep 1936 in SE 87-1 Line 11 or
NW 87-1 Line 11 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (has
marker "Addie Coulter" in the Coulter Plot next to
father and Charity Coulter (1882-1907) and J. (John)
Coulter (1829-1889). Widow of Antone Machado
(1863-1936), housewife, lived at 1115 West 39th ST.,
Vancouver, Clark County Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. John Brougher of Vancou ver.
Funeral 18 Sep 1936 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend L. Wells of Vancouver. Ordered by Mrs.
Titsworth who lived at 4000 Linden Ave. Charged to
Estate % L.M. Burnett. Cousins were Mrs. E.A.
Chamberlain, A.G. Marble, J.W. Snover, and Mrs.
Forest Gay of Vancouver. Parents were George
Washington Coulter (1925-1912) and Charity Green
both born in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.
Ref: #3 & #4.
BULLOCK, MENZO M. *
b. 1849 Elkland, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, d. 9
May 1894 of consumption, age 45y. Int. May 1894 in
SE 87 Line 7. (HIRAM STAMP). He was married 16
Jun 1874 Maria Stamp (the daughter of David Stamp
and Sarah Tolbert). He enlisted in US Amy in 1873
Company "C" 21st Regiment and was sent to
Vancouver Barracks in the Washington Territory. He
fought in the campaigns agaist the Nez Peirce,
Bannock and Piute Indians; was discharged in 1878
with the rank of Sergeant at Port Townsend,
Washington. The family lived in Oregon and
Washington where Menzo worked as a teamster. In
1888 they settled on a farm at La Center where
Menzo died. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1880 Census).
BULLOCK, MARIA
b. 15 Nov 1849 Stuben County, New York, d. 21 Jun
1904 of heart disease, Int. 23 Jun 1904 in SE 87 S/2
Line 7. (HIRAM STAMP). She was the widow of
Menzo Bullock (1849-1894) who were married 16
Jun 1874. Their children were: (1)Fred (1881), (2)
Wilbur (1884), (3) Eddie (1886), (4) Maud (1890),
(5) Albert (1876) and (6) Lillie D. (1880) the last
two were living with the David Stamp Family in
C l a r k C o u n t y 1 8 8 0 C e n s u s . Parents were
Philip/David Segar Stamp (1817-1901) born in New
York (buried at Fisher Cemetery and married 16
Jun 1839 to Sarah Tolbert died in 1855 at Porter
Township, Cass County, Michigan. Ref: #1, #3, #6
(1900 Census).
BULLOCK, VIVIAN MAUD
b. Jan 1911, d. 12 Oct 1911 of bronchitis, age 10m.
Int. in SE 87 Line 7. Parents were not listed but
grandparents were Menzo and Maria Bullock. Ref:
#3
STAMP, INFANT (Female)
b. 14 Apr 1899 Washington, d. 14 Apr 1899 stillborn
baby girl, age 00y. Int. 15 Apr 1899 in SE 87 N/2
59
Line 7. (HIRAM STAMP). Parents were not listed
but were probably Mr. & Mrs. J.M. Stamp Ref:
#3.
SE 88
SE 88 All bought by S.W. Brown
BROWN, SAMUEL W.
b. 1819 Mead County, Kentucky, d. 22 Jan 1908, age
89y. Int. 24 Jan 1908 in SE 88 Line 8. (SELF). His
father died and the family moved to Knox County,
Illinois. There Samuel married Harriet H. Miles
(1825-1889). In 1849 he served one term as Sheriff
of Knox County, was a farmer and opened a general
store in Galesberg, Illinois in 1857. He served two
terms as Mayor of Galesberg and also in 1857 served
in the Illinois State Legislature. In 1861 he was
appointed by President Abraham Lincoln to the
position of "Receiver of Public Moneys" in
Vancouver, Washington Territory arriving 11 Jul
1861 and held that office for 21 years. He had a large
amount of property and opened the largest nursery
north of California. He was President and chief
promoter of the Vancouver and Yakima Railroad
Company and Vice President of the Vancouver
Transportation Company. In Clark County 1900
Census he was living with Eveline Brown (?) his
second wife (b. Apr 1828 Indiana age 72y). Children
were: (1) Charles (1850-1901) married Rebecca A.
Slocum (1844-1910) daughter of Edward Slocum and
Renewed Hazzard, 2) Edward Lincoln (1863-1947),
and (3) Floyd Brown (1863-1879) all buried in SE
88. Parents were Samuel Brown and Henrietta
Hobbs both born in Kentucky. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1870,
1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
BROWN, HARRIET H.
b. ca 1825 Indiana, d. 15 Mar 1889 of pneumonia,
a g e 6 4 y . I n t . 1 7 M a r 1 8 8 9 i n SE 88 Line 8.
(SAMUEL W. BROWN). She was married to
Samuel W. Brown (1819-1908). Parents were
named "Miles" both born in Kentucky. Ref: #2, #3,
#6 (1870, 1871 & 1880 Census).
BROWN, CHARLES
b. Jul 1850 Knox County, Illinois, d. 19 Apr 1901 a
suicide, age 50y 9m. Int. 22 Apr 1901 in SE 88 Line
8. (S.W. BROWN). He committ suicide when in the
depression of 1893 the First National Bank of
Vancouver (which he organized in July 1883), made
some bad investments and Charles Brown and his
cashier tried to cover up the losses by juggling the
books; the men wrote letters to their families and
killed themselves with guns. He was married 10 Sep
1874 to Rebecca A. Slocum (1844-1910) daughter of
Edward Slocum and Renewed Hazzard and sister to
Charles Slocum. Parents were Samuel W. Brown
(1819-1908) born in Kentucky and Harriet H. Miles
(1825-1889) born in Indiana. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1870,
1871, 1880 & 1900 Census).
BROWN, FLOYD M.
b. ?, d. 1863, age ?. Int. in SE 88 Line 8. Parents
w e r e Samuel W. Brown (1819-1908) born in
Kentucky and Harriet H. Miles (1825-1889) born in
Indiana. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1870, 1871 Census.)
BROWN, REBECCA A.
b. 1806 Providence, Providence County, Rhode
Island, d. 18 Oct 1910 of heart failure, age 66. Int.
Oct 1910 in SE 88 Line 8. (S.W. BROWN). The
widow of Floyd M. Brown died in 1863. She had a
daughter Sarah Brown born 1849 in Oregon who was
living with Ira Patterson 1860 Census. Parents were
Edward Slocum and Renewed Hazzard both born in
Massachuttes. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1860, 1870, 1871,
1880 Census).
BROWN, EDWARD LINCOLN
b. Jun 1863 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 18 Jan 1947 of a cornary, age 84y 5m.
Int. 29 Jan 1947 in SE 88 Line 8 Ashes. (S.W.
BROWN). Parents were Samuel W. Brown (18191908) born in Kentucky and Harriet H. Miles (18251889) born in Indiana. Ref: #2, #3 #6 (1870, 1871,
1880 Census).
BROWN, ADA ELLEN
b. 1865 Washington Territory, d. 6 Mar 1949 of
atheriosclerosis, age 84y. Int 22 Jul 1949 in SE 88
Line 8. (S.W. BROWN) [LAMBS MORTUARY - of
California]. NOTE: She may have been the widow of
Edward L. Brown). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BROWN, CHARLES LEE
b. 1815 Mead County, Kentucky, d. 19 Jun 1897
cause of death was not listed, age 82y. Int. 23 Jun in
SE 99 Line 8. (S.W. BROWN). Charles Brown was a
brother of Samuel W. Brown. Parents were Samuel
Brown and Henrietta Hobbs both born in Kentucky.
Ref: #3.
KENT, ROSE NERTON
b. 1864, d. 23 Aug 1931 of paralysis, age 67y. Int. 26
Aug 1931 in SE 88 Line 8. (JACOB R. WINTLER)
[FINNLEY MORTUARY]. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
LEE, CHARLES
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b. 1815 Ireland, d. 21 Jun 1897 old age, age 82y. Int.
in SE 88 Line 10 (SAMUEL W. BROWN). He was
married to Mary Ann Lee (b. 1815 - )born in
Prussia/Germany, had living with them in 1880
Census Lizzie Lee born (1873 - ) p r o b a b l y a
granddaughter. He was a carpenter. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
SE 89
SE 89 All bought 9/17/1881 by George K. Pike
PIKE, PAUL GEORGE K.
NOTE:? The information contained in the records is
not correct. My guess is that George K. Pike is "Paul
Pike" listed in the 1860 Clark County Washington
Territory Census as farmhand born in Washington
Territory age 24y.
b. 1838, d. 23 Jun 1883, age 45y. Int. in SE 89-1 Line
9. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1860
Census).
PIKE, EARL GEORGE
b. 1882 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 1882
no cause listed for death, age 2 days. Int. in SE 89-1
Line 9. (GEORGE PIKE). Parents were not listed
but were probably Paul George and Nellie/Ellen
Pike. Ref: #3.
MAITLAND, NELLIE/ELLEN PIKE
b. 1853, d. 31 Jan 1931, age 78y. Int. 3 Feb 1931 in
SE 89-2 Line 9. She probably married (2) a soldier
(Private) John W. Kelvin C. Maitland (Ref: 1900
Census) who was interred 17 Oct 1931 in the Post
Military Cemetery in Vancouver, Washington and
they had a child John Maitland born in 1895. John W.
Maitland's first wife is buried in SW 121 S /2.
Parents were not listed. R e f : # 3 & # 6 ( 1 9 0 0
Census).
MELTON, ARDUS CLAY (Major) *
b. 6 May 1907 Oregon, d. 30 Apr 1976 of cancer, age
68y 11m 24d. Int. 4 May 1976 in SE 89-7 Line 9.
[EVERGREEN FUNERAL HOME]. He was married
to Mildred Melton. He was a veteran World War II
and Korea. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SE 90
SE 90 N/2 bought by Bateman
SE 90 S/2 bought 3/15/1882 by E. Redbird
BATEMAN, ALBERT
b. 1854 Washington Territory, d. 17 Jun 1916 12:05
AM of acute indigestion, age 62y. Int. 19 Jun 1916 in
SE 90-5 Line 10 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Isabel Quigley. He was a teamster with B
& Oregon. Co., and by 1900 was a policeman,
Episcopalian. He lived at 73 N. 9th St. Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home attended
by a Portland physician. The funeral was 19 Jun 1916
3 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend E.B.
Collier. Charged to wife Mrs. Belle Bateman.
Children were Albert Leo Bateman born Jul 1891),
O. Raymond Bateman (1893- ) who married Mable
June Hake (1884-1918 born in Nebraska daughter of
Theo Hake(s) and Emma Givens who m. (2) William
Williams. Mable June Hake(s) Bateman (and
probably Ray Bateman who may be buried Kelso,
Washington or) is buried at Park Hill Cemetery A
365-2. Also Elmer Bateman who lived in Los
Angeles, California. Father was Nicholas Bateman
born (1832 in Maryland (a pedlar and drayman)
and Elizabeth born (1822 in Ireland. Ref: #1, #3, #4
& #6 (1860,1870, 1871, 1880 & 1900 Census).
BATEMAN, ISABELLE
b. 1 Mar 1854 Ridgefield, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 20 Feb 1927 of cardiac and renal
disease, age 72y 1m 1d. Int. 26 Feb 1927 in SE 90-6
Line 10. [HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME] Married
8 Dec 1883 Vancouver to Albert Bateman (18541916), housewife, Catholic, lived at 308 West 9th St.,
Vancouver, Washington, died at St. Joseph Hospital
in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (there for
one month) (unable to read who the doctor was
because the record book has partially became
destroyed). The funeral was 26 Feb 1927 (Saturday)
2 PM at HAMILTON CHAPEL with Reverend
Coleman Byre. Ordered by and charged to son Albert
Leo Baseman at home. She leaves sons Ray Baseman
living in Keels, Washington and Elder Baseman who
lived in Los Angeles, California sister Sarah Jane
Quigley Neer of Portland, Oregon and brother
Michael Quigley and grandchildren. Parents were
Arthur Quigley (1826 -Scotland) married Jan 1846
in Scotland to Jane Thompson (1826 Tyrone
Carrican Scotland-6 Sep 1884 buried at St. James
Acres Cemetery. They arrived in Washington
Territory and first settled on Sauvies Island then
moved to Richfield, Clark County was a farmer and
raised cattle his brand was "A.Q". Ref: #1, #3, #4 &
#6 (1860, 1870, 1871, 1880 1900 Census).
BATEMAN, ALBERT F.
b. 7 Jun 1888, d. 24 Oct 1888 died of Infant Summer
Complaint, age 4m 17d. Int. 24 Oct 1888 in SE 90
N/2 Line 10 (has marker "A little time on earth he
spent, till God for him an angel sent. And then
darling sonny closed his eyes to wake to glory in the
skys." Parents were Albert Bateman (1854-1916)
and Isabell Quigley (1854-1927). Ref: #3.
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RETTBERG, ERNEST *
b. 1796 Germany, d. 18 Jun 1885, age 89y. Int. 1885
in SE 90 Line 10. (E. RETTBURG). He was married
to Catherine (1802- born in New York). He was a
soldier Musician 1st U.S. Cavalry. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1860 & 1871 Census).
J.J. Cairns, Chester M. Palmer and Perl M. Elwell.
Ordered by wife, Jean B. Shaw and sister, Mrs.
Maurice Johns (May A. Nye). Charged to wife. He
leaves two sons Richard Blake 14 and John Roger 9.
Parents were Colonel Benjamine F. Shaw (18291908) born in Missouri and Cynthia Charity
Switzler born (1836-1881) born Saline County
Missouri buried in NW 28. She married (1) John
Wirt Nye (1829-1866 in NW 28-1). Cynthia Charity
crossed the Oregon Trail in 1845 with her parents
John Switzler and Sara Maria Robinson. She had five
daughters by her first husband and two sons by her
second husband. Ref: #1 #2, #3 #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
RETTBERG, HENRY *
b. 1839 Wisconsin, d. 25 Mar 1889 of debility, age
48y. Int. Mar 1889 in SE 90 Line 10. (ERNEST
RETTBERG). He was a Musician, and a Soldier
stationed at the Vancouver Garrison. Parents were
Ernest Rettberg (1796-1885) and Catherine ( )
Rettberg ( 1802-?). Ref: #3 & #6 (1860 & 1871
Census).
SHAW, JOHN ROGER
b. Jun 1921, Clark County Washington, d. 9 Jul 1974,
age 53y 1m. Int. 18 Jul 1974 in SE 91-8 Line 11.
(MAY NYE JOHNS) [HAMILTON MYLAN
FUNERAL HOME]. Parents were John William
Shaw (1876-1930 born in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory and Jean Blake. Ref: #2, #3
#4 & #5.
SE 91
SE 91 bought 11/14/1882 by Thomas R. Turnbull
SE 91 N/2 bought 12/18/1916 by May R. Johns
TURNBULL, THOMAS R.
b. 1833 England, d. 30 Dec 1900 of rhumatosis and
influnza, age 67y. Body was removed 13 Sep 1916
from Lone Fir Cemetery in Portland, Oregon to
Vancouver City Cemetery Int. 13 Sep 1916 SE 91-1
Line 11. He was married 3 Dec 1860 to Nancy
Ginder (1844-1917). He was a carpenter in 1870
Census, home address was not listed but was
probably Portland, Oregon, place of death not listed.
Charges were not listed. Parents were James T.
Turnbull (1810 born in England d. before 1880
Census) a retired Captain River Pilot and Mary
Turnbull (1813 born in England d.-1896) in NW
102. Ref: #1, #3 #4 #6 (1860, 1870, 1871, 1880 1900
Census).
BATEMAN, ALBERT LEO
b. 24 Jul 1890 Washington, d. 24 Feb 1964 of hear
failure, age 73y 7m. Int. in SE 90-7 L ine 10.
[HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME]. Parents were
Albert Bateman (1854-1916) and Isabell Quigley
(1854-1927). Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SHAW, JOHN WILLIAM (Bill)
b. 28 Sep 1876 on the family donation land claim
four miles east on the River Road in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, d. 29 Sep 1930 of
carcinoma of the hip, age 54y 0m 1d. Int. 1 Oct 1930
in SE 91 N/2 Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He
was married to Jean Blake. He was a timber cruiser,
and was once a Washington State Senator. Bill Shaw
graduated from Vancouver High school and then
attended Stanford University in California. He was
engaged in the lumber business in the Northwest
before his illness became too severe for him to
continue. He also served two terms in the
Washington State Senate. He was a Christian
Scientist, lived at 206 West 20th St., Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at the Clark County
General Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr. Jo
Bennett Blair of Vancouver. The funeral was by
KNAPP CHAPEL 1 Oct 1930 2 PM at the Elks
Temple with an Elks Service conducted with Lloyd
DuBois, Clement Scott, Arthur Pender, Dr. Herbert
Lieser, Cedric Miller, Charles McDonah and Joseph
Carter also a Christian Science reader, Mr. Herschel
Nunn. Bill Shaw served as 12th exalted ruler of the
Elks. (Knapp made a note that it was a very large
funeral). The pall bearers were past exalted Elk rulers
William Mashall, Gilbert Daniels, James J. Paden,
TURNBULL, NANCY
b. 9 Nov 1844 Indiana, d. 17 Dec 1917 of old age,
age 73y 1m 8d. Int. 18 Dec 1917 in SE 91 Line 11
(has marker "Sacred to the Momory of Nancy
Turnbull". (THOMAS R. TURNBULL). She was,
married 3 Dec 1860 to Thomas R. Turnbull (18331900) son of James and Mary Turnbull who are
buried in NW 102 Line 15, she was a housewife.
Nancy Ginder Turnbull died at Forest Grove,
Washington County, Oregon. Note: A brother was
Captain of a River boat William R. Turnbull (18411877) married Suzanne Ryan (1849 -1877) the
daughter of William Ryan Sr. and Susan Hareless.
They are buried in a Portland, Oregon Cemetery.
Children listed in 1880 Census were (1) Jessie (1864)
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and (2) Richard (1867). Parents were William
Ginder (1815-1890) Ohio buried in SE 19 Line 3,
son of Jacob Ginder and Elizabeth Pendry, married 6
Sep 1837 to Lucinda Evans who d. 1850 in Polk
County, Iowa daughter of David Evans and Nancy
Geer. William Ginder married (2) Louisa Almeda
Powers Bowers, a widow with three children. The
Ginders with at least 7 children including Nancy
came over the Oregon Trail in 1852. Ref: #1, #3, #4
& #6 (1860, 1870, 1871, 1880, & 1900 Census).
JOHNS, MAURICE MELVILLE
b. 15 Sep 1855 Iowa, d. 26 Nov 1916 chronic
nephritis and brights desease, age 61y 2m 11d. Int. 1
D e c 1 9 1 6 S E 9 1 -1 N / 2 L i n e 1 1 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married to Mary A. Johns
(1861-1 9 4 6 ) , r e t i r e d r a n c h e r a n d C a p i t o l i s t ,
Christian, lived at 412 E. 26th St. Vancouver,
Washington, died at Clearmont (Pomona) Los
Angeles County, California attended by a Pomona
doctor. The funeral was at the First Christian Church
1 Dec 1916 2 PM with Reverend R.H. Sawyer. Pall
bearers were M. Melville Johns (son), R.H. Avance,
Given Taylor, R. Johnson, Joseph Eaton, S.S. Smith,
J.P. Wineberg, E.H. Wright, U.L. Frazier, Isham D.
Cook and William P. Simpson. Charged to wife Mary
M. Johns. Maurice Johns had a brother Sumerel
Johns born in 1849 Iowa and a sister Rhoda Ann b.
1836 Iowa. Parents were Jacob Johns (1804-d.
1860-1870) born in Tennessee and Rachel Whitaker
Johns (1804-1870/1880) born in New Jersey. She
was living with her daughter Rhoda Ann Johns (1836
Iowa) who married (1) John Harrison Van Bebber.
He deserted her and joined up with Jesse and Frank
James Gang and later he married Marinda Younger,
the sister of Cole Younger. Rhoda Ann married (2)
Christopher Columbus Bozarth who inherited the
donation land from his father Squire Bozarth. Rhoda
had four Van Bebber. The children all married well
and were successful in spite of their father. The C.C.
Bozarths are buried in the Woodland Cemetery and
Jacob and Rachel Whitaker Johns may also there.
Ref: # & #4.
JOHNS, MARY/MAY A.
b. Sep 1861 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
19 Dec 1946 of senility, age 85y 9m. Int. 20 Dec
1946 in SE 91 N/2 Line 11. (SELF) [HAMILTON
FUNERAL HOME]. She was married 20 Dec 1880
to Maurice Johns (1855-1916), a housewife. Parents
were John Wirt Nye (1829-1866 born in Virginia)
buried in NW 28-1 Line 14 and Cynthia Charity
Switzler (1836-1881 born in Missouri) who married
(2) Colonel Benjamin F. Shaw they are buried in NW
28-2 Line 14. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1870, 1871 &
1880 Census).
SE 92
SE 92 S/2 bought 4/30/1884 by Thomas Thorns
SE 92 N/2 bought 8/12/1884 by F. Hunbier
THORNS, THOMAS *
b. May 1835 England, d. 27 Mar 1913 of pulmonary
disease, age 77y 10m. Int. 28 Mar 1913 in SE 92 S/2.
He was the widower to Ruth Thorne (1849-1909), A
retired Soldier - musician Co. F 25th New York
Cavalary, later when he was out the the Army he was
a day laborer, was a naturlized citizen in 1860, lived
in Harney Precinct in 1900. Parents were both born
in England. Ref: #3, & #6 (1900 Census).
HURDE, RUTH (THORNS )
b. Aug 1849 England, d. 28 Jun 1909 of brights
disease, age 60. Int. 30 Jun 1909 in SE 92 S/2 Line
12. She was married to (1) Thomas Thorns (1835 1913), in the 1900 census they had sons (1) George
(May 1887) and (2) Abraham (Oct 1884) both born in
Washington Territory. Parents were both born in
England. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 93
SE 93 All bought 9/9/1884 by James Wolf
WOLFE, JAMES
b. 1845 Illinois, d. 2 Apr 1899 of paralysis, age 53y.
Int. 4 Apr 1899 in SE 93 Line 13. He was married to
Emily Wolf (1845-1922), a farmer in 1880. Parents
were not listed but were both born in
Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 #6 (1880 Census).
WOLFE, EMILY
b. 1845 Wisconsin, d. 30 Apr 1922 of chronic
myocarditis, age 74. Int 1 May 1922 in SE 93-5 Line
13. ( BESSIE LOONEY). She was the widow of
James Wolfe, a housewife. Children listed in Clark
County Washington 1880 Census were: (1)
Jane/Jennie 1864 Illinois, rest of the children except
Alice were born in Kansas who was born in
Washington State)(2) George (1866), (3) Lillie
(1868), (4) Peter (1870), (5) Anna (1872), (6) James
Jr. (1874-1884) and (7) Alice (1888). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
WOLFE, JENNIE/JANIE E.
b. 1864 Kansas, d. 13 Aug 1923 of cancer, age 59y.
Int. Aug 1923 in SE 93-Line 13. Parents were
James Wolfe (1845-1899) born in Illinois and Emily
Wolfe (1845-1922) born in Wisconsin. Ref: #3 & #6
(1880 Census).
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WOLFE, GEORGE L.
b. 1866 Illinois, d. 11 Dec 1921 of TB, age 57y. Int.
in SE 93 -6 Line 13. Parents were James Wolfe
(1845-1899) born in Illinois and Emily Wolfe (18451922) born in Wisconsin. Ref: #3 and #6 (1880
Census).
WOLFE, G.
b. ?, d. Feb ?, Int. 3 Feb ? died of teething. Int. in SE
93 Line 13. (JAMES WOLFE). NOTE: Incomplete
listing, not found in a census. Probably a child of
James Wolf 1845-1899 and Emily Wolf. Ref: #3.
WOLFE, JAMES Jr.
b. 1874 Kansas, d. 8 Sep 1884 of a hemorrhage, age
10y. Int. 10 Sep 1884 in SE 93-4 Line 13. Parents
were James Wolfe (1845-1899) born in Illinois and
Emily Wolfe (1845-1922) born in Wisconsin. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1880 Census).
DUNN, LILLIAN
b. 21 Jan 1867 Kansas, d. 8 Jun 1925 typhoid fever,
age 58y 4m 18d. Int. 11 Jun 1925 in SE 93-8 Line 13
(has marker "Mother")(J. WOLF). She was married
to John Dunn (1857-born in Canada was a farmer
owned 84 acres, naturalize in 1874). Children were
all born in Washington: (1) James, (2) Edna, (3)
John, (4) Wesley, (5) Lila, (6) Jessie and (7) Harold.
Parents were James Wolf Sr.(1845-1899 Canada Eng. his parents came from Ireland) and Emily
Wolf (1845-1922 Iowa and her parents came from
Tennessee). Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 94
SE 94 N/2 bought by William (Gabe) McGuire
BUCHANAN, PHILIP M. B.
b. 9 Feb 1830 Indiana, d. 28 May 1899 bronchitis,
age 69y 3m 19d. Int. May 1899 in SE 94 S/2 Line 14
(has marker "Gone Home". He was married in
Washougal, Washington on 24 Dec 1853 to Adeline
Riggs, was an early homesteader in the area of Fern
Prairie where in Oct 1868 he was burned out of
house, crops, 25,000 fence rails and animals and the
fire set the surrounding area on fire. Their son
George Buchanan died at 14 years of age and is
buried in SE 53-1 Line 5. He a had a brother named
Samuel Buchanan (1822-1891). Parents were not
listed but were both were born in Pennsylvania.
Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1871, 1880 Census).
BUCHANAN, ADALINE
b. Mar 1837 New York, d. 23 Jan 1909 rhumatism,
age 71y 10m. Int. Jan 1909 in SE 94 S/2 Line 14.
(SAMUEL C. BUCHANAN). She was the widow of
Philip M. Buchanan (1830-1899), lived with sister
and brother-in-law, Charles and Laura (Riggs)
Slocum, in (Clark County 1900 Census). Parents
were Reuben Riggs (1804-1881) and Sarah Bagley
(1812-1883) both born in New York who crossed the
Oregon Trail in 1852 in a Wagon Train with family
including Adaline. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1880
Census).
BUCHANAN, SAMUEL C.
b. 1822 Indiana, d. 13 Apr 1891 consumption, age
69y. Int. 14 Apr 1891 in SE 94 S/2 Line 14. Probably
had been married in his youth; in the Clark County
1880 Census he was married to "Ella" born in about
1862 (at least 30 years difference in age), he was a
farmer. Parents were not listed but were both in
Pennsylvania. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1871, 1880
Census).
KEINETT/KENT, RAYMOND W.
b. 17 Nov 1894, d. 29 Sep 1912 typhoid fever, age
17y 10m 12d. Int. 2 Oct 1912 in SE 94-2 S/2.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. NOTE: The marker listed
as Raymond Kent. He was single, student, Methodist,
lived at 715 Ingles St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Drs. Miles
Leiser and Dr. Herbert Leiser of Vancouver. The
funeral was 2 Oct 1912 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend J.M. Cause. Singers were Mrs. H.W.
Arnold, F.C. Leathers, P.B. Roy Weston, George
Taylor, Herman Nevergeld, Clarence Blyum, Edwin
Fields and Earl Right. Charged to L.W. Keinett of
3521 1/2 Park Ave. Sacramento, California. Parents
were not listed but father may have been L.W.
Keinett. Ref: #3 & #4.
SE 95
SE 95 N/2 bought 4/18/1907 by Mrs. Sarah Louisa
Williams
WILLIAMS, JOHN A.
b. 3 Jan 1849 Indiana, d. 17 Apr 1907 suicide, age
58y 4m 14d. Int. Apr 1907 in SE 95 Line 15. Note:
Ashes of his daughter, Maude E. Redden (18741942) have been buried with him. He was a
Carpenter, rented a 47 acre farm in 1900 Census,
married to Sarah Louisa ( ) Williams (1853-1931).
Parents were father born in Indiana and mother
born in Pensylvania. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WILLIAMS, SARAH LOUISA
b. 17 Feb 1853 North Carolina, d. 6 Mar 1931 heart
failure and pneumonia, age 78y 0m 19d. Int. 8 Mar
1831 in SE 95 N/2 Line 15. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
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She was the widow of John A. Williams (1849-1907
has marker), a housewife, lived at 314 West 8th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Jo Bennett Blair of Vancouver. The
funeral was 8 Mar 1931 10 AM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Dr. Coleman Byre. Ordered by
grandsons C.V. Redden and Harold Redden and
charged to daughters Miss Gertrude Williams (b. Oct
1883 in Kansas) and Mrs. Maude Redden and estate.
Parents were not listed but were born in North
Carolina. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
b. 1884, d. 1949, age 65y. Int. 1949 in SE 95-2 Line
15 (has marker "Mother"). She was the widow of
Bernard Lander. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WILLIAMS, OLY JAMES
b. Jan 1881 Kansas, d. 8 Mar 1947 died of a cerebral
hemorrhage age 66y 10m. Int. 27 Mar 1947 in SE 954 Line 15. (J. WILLIAMS). Parents were not listed
but may be John A. and Sarah Louise Williams.
Ref: #3.
RIGGS, INFANT
b. 10 Apr 1907 Clark County Washington, d. 21 Apr
1907 of acute indigestion, age 17d. Int. 22 Apr 1907
i n S E 9 5 -4 L i n e 1 5 . (BERNARD LANDER).
Parents were ......Riggs and Blanche Lander (18811969) born in Nebraska. Ref: #3
REDDEN, MAUDE E.
b. 16 Feb 1874, d. 26 May 1942, age 68y 3m 10d.
Int. in SE 95 Line 15 ashes with father John A.
Williams (1849-1907. She was a widow. Had two
son (1) C.V. Redden and (2) Harold Redden.
Parents were John A. Williams (1849-1907) born in
Indiana and Sarah Louisa Williams born in North
Carolina. Ref: #3
SE 96
SE 96 All bought by A.W. Weaver
LANDER, WILLIAM
b. 1826 Kentucky, d. Feb 1907, age 81y. Int. 25 Feb
1907 in SE 95 S/2 Line 15. (BERNARD LANDER son). He was married to Mary E. ( ) Lander (18431917). He was wagon maker. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3, #6 (1900 Census).
LANDER, MARY E.
b. Jul 1843 Michigan, d. 1 Nov 1917 of pneumonia,
age 73y. Int. Nov 1917 in SE 95-2 Line 15. Widow
of William Lander (1826-1907), a dress maker.
Children were twins: (1) Blanch B. Lander (b. 1881 a
photographer) and (2) Bernard Lander (b. 1881 a
clerk in the Post office). Parents were not listed but
were born in Maine. Ref: #3 & #6(1900 Census).
LANDER, BERNARD
b. Sep 1881 Nebraska, d. 31 May 1944 a coronoray
thrombosis, age 62y 8m. Int. Jun 1944 in SE 95 S/2
Line 15. (has marker "Father"). He was married to
Myrtle Lander (1884-1949). Parents were William
Lander (1826-1907) born in Kentucky and Mary E.
( ) Lander (1843-1917 born in Michigan. Ref: #3
& 6 (1900 Census).
LANDER, MYRTLE
RIGGS, BLANCHE B.
b. 23 Sep 1881 Nebraska, d. 16 May 1969 of a stroke,
age 87y 7m 23d. Int. 27 May 1969 in SE 95-2 .
(BERNARD LANDER).[McINTIRE MORTUARY]
Parents were William Lander (1826-1907) born in
Kentucky and Mary E. Land (1843-1917 born in
Michigan. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WEAVER, JOHN
b. 1847 Wisconsin, d. 2 May 1926 because of an
accident, age 78y 5m. Int. in SE 96-7 Line 16. (A.W.
Weaver). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WEAVER, WILLIAM A.
b. 1852 Ohio, d. 30 Nov 1938 senile, age 86y. Int. in
SE 96-4 Line 16 (has marker "Father"). (A.W.
WEAVER). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WEAVER, IDA M.
b. 1860 Oregon, d. 22 Oct 1935 died of kidney
failure, age 75y. Int. 24 Oct 1935 in SE 96-3 Line 16.
(has marker "Mother") (A.W. WEAVER). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
HATCHELL, LEDLEY O.
b. 1886, d. 13 Jan 1937 of heart failure, age 49y. Int.
in SE 96-1 Line 16. (A.W. WEAVER) [WILSON
CHAMBERS MORTUARY]. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
HATCHELL, INA A.
b. 1882, d. 24 Mar 1959 of natural causes, age 77y.
Int. in SE 96-2 Line 16 (has marker "Daughter". (A.
BEYER) [CHAPEL OF THE CHIMES Portland].
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BEYER, ALICE M.
b. Aug 1898 Washington, d. 24 Dec 1976 of heart
failure, age 78y 4m. Int. 27 Dec 1976 in SE 96-5
Line 16. (A.W. WEAVER) [CHAPEL OF THE
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CHIMES- P o r t l a n d ] . Parents were probably
William A. & Ida M. Weaver Weaver. Ref: #3.
McRAE, HAZEL F.
b. Aug 1891 Oregon, d. 25 Dec 1968 of heart failure,
age 77y 5m. Int. 6 Jan 1969 in SE 96-5 Line 16.
(A.W. WEAVER) [CHAPEL OF CHIMES Portland,
Oregon]. Parents were probably William A. & Ida
M. Weaver. Ref: #3.
STONE, FREDERICK C.
b. Aug 1904, d. 2 Feb 1907 no cause of death was
listed, age 2y 10m. Int. Feb 1907 SE 96 Line 16.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 97
SE 97 N/2 bought 8/29/1907 by Salathiel George
Schoonover
SCHOONOVER, SALATHIEL GEORGE
b. 6 Dec 1838, d. 3 Jun 1916 of pernecious anemia,
age 77y 5m 27d. Int. 5 Jun 1916 in SE 97-4 Line 16
(KNAPP MORTUARY) [MRS FRAMCES
BIESECKER (2nd wife of Elbert Sinclair Biesecker].
He was the widower to Emily S. Schoonover (18421907), a farmer, Methodist, lived one block east of
Garrison on 5th in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, attended by Dr. Charles MacCollum of
Vancouver. Funeral 5 Jun 1916 at the Vancouver
I.O.O.F. Hall with Reverand Horace Williston.
Charges were not listed. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3 & #4.
SCHOONOVER, EMILY S.
b. May 1842, d. 29 Aug 1907 of inflamation of the
bowels, age 64y 9m. Int. 31 Aug 1907 in SE 97 N/2
Line 16. (MRS. FRANCES BIESECKER). She was
married to Salathiel Schooner. Parents were Rennie
Thebodeau and Marie Emily (?Tenney) both born
in French Canada. Ref: #3.
SCHOONOVER, EDWARD
b. 1882, d. 23 Sep 1908, age 24. Int. Sep 1908 in SE
97 N/2 Line 16. (MRS. FRANCES BIESECKER).
Parents were Salathiel George Schoonover (18381916) and Emily S. Thebodeau (1842-1907). Ref:
#3.
MITCHELL, VERA EMMA
b. 9 Oct 1906 Kalama, Cowlitz County, Washington,
d. 1 Jun 1924 of pulmonary TB, age 17y 7m 22d. Int.
Jun 1924 in SE 97 Line 19 (listed as Verna Emme
Mitchel). She was single, a student who lived in
Woodland, Cowlitz County, Washington, died at
1100 Main St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington at the Doctor's home attended by Dr.
O.F. Heisley. The funeral was 3 Jun 1924 2 PM at
HAMILTON CHAPEL with Reverend Francis
LaViolette. Ordered by and charged to father, R.H.
Mitchell. P a r e n t s w e r e R.H. Mitchell born in
Illinois and Emma Schoonover born in Wisconsin.
Ref: #3 & #4.
BLAIR, WILLIAM F.
b. 15 Feb 1864 Missouri, d. 31 Jul 1907 of stomach
disorder, age 43y 5m 16d. Int. 2 Aug 1907 in SE 97
S/2 Line 16. He was married to Melvina Louise
Brown (1867-1950). Parents were Hillary Blair and
Amanda Huff. Ref: #1, #3 #4.
BLAIR, MELVINA LOUISA
b. 13 Jul 1867 Missouri, d. 19 Jul 1950 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 83y 0m 6d. Int. 21 Jul 1950 in SE
97-3 Line 16. Children were: (1) Kenneth (18871941), (2) Alpha (1890-1892), (3) Rheta (1897- )
married Earl Spencer Reiger (1895-1961),(4) Kelsey
(1902-1965) married to Sylvia Mautiello, (5) Elmer
(1893 - ), and (6) Luttie (1888-1892) (7) ? he was the
7th child of his parents. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Brown. Ref: #3
BLAIR, KENNETH R.
b. 5 Jul 1887 Clark County, Washington, d. 1 Feb
1941 of heart failure, age 53y 6m 9d. Int. 5 Feb 1941
in SE 97-2 Line 16. (WILLIAM BLAIR) [LIMBER
FUNERAL HOME]. Parents were William F. Blair
(1864-1907) Missouri (son of Hillary Blair and
Amanda Huff) and Melvina Louise Brown (18671950) born in Washington, daughter of Alexander
Monroe Brown and Rebecca Malinda Swazee Martin.
Ref: #1 #3.
BLAIR, JAMES KELSEY
b, 9 Sep 1902, d. 18 Jul 1965 of heart failure, age 62y
10m 9d. Int. 21 Jul 1965 in SE 97-4 Line 16.
[CHAPEL OF THE CHIMES - Portland, Oregon].
He was married to Sylvia Mautiello. Parents were
William F. Blair (1867-1907) and Melvina Louise
Brown (1867-1950). Ref: #1 & #3.
BLAIR, SHIRLEY MARGUERY
b . 3 0 A p r 1 921 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 2 May 1921 of insuffiencincy, age 2
days. Int. May 1921 in SE 97-4 Line 16. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Died at the St. Joseph Hospital in
Vancouver, no physician listed, and no funeral listed.
Parents were James Kelsey Blair (1902-1965) born
in Washington and Sylvia Mautiello. Ref: #3.
SE 98
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SE 98 All bought 4/16/1907 by John Jaggy
JAGGY, JOHN J.
b. 1829 Switzerland, 30 Jan 1913, age 84y. Int. Feb
1913 in SE 98 Line 15. (SELF). He was married 1
Jan 1857 in Niagra Fall, New York to Margaret
Wintler (1826-1913), Methodist. John Jaggy
emigrated to the United States in 1847 and settled
first in Bufflo, New York where other Switzlerland
Colony people were. Then late in the year of 1857
they boarded a ship and crossed over the Isthmus of
Panama crossed to the Pacific side where they took
another ship bound for San Francisco. Their first
child was born but died soon after. Afterwards they
took another ship bound for Portland, Oregon and
settled at Washougal, Clark County, Washington
Territory. In 1867 John J. Jaggy operated a mecantile
store at Cascade, Oregon and had a heavy Transport
business thru the rapids on the Columbia River. In
1889 the family moved to Vancouver and John Jaggy
operated a department store. On New Years day in
1907 the John Jaggy's celebrated their Golden
Wedding Anniversary at their home on 11th and
Main Streets in Vancouver. John was a member of
the first volunteer fire department and on the school
board and City Council. Parents were not listed but
both were born in Switzerland. Ref: #2, #3, #6
(1850/1860, 1870, 1871, 1880 and 1900 Census).
JAGGY, MARGARET
b. 1826 Canton Calrus Switzerland, d. Jul 1913
Vancouver, Clark County Washington of cancer of
the breast, age 87y. Int. 5 Jul 1913 in SE 98 Line 15.
She had 5 children:(1) Infant who born and died in
San Francisco, California, (2) Rosina A. Jaggy
married W. Byron Daniels, (3) Jacob Henry Jaggy
married Flora Elizabeth Sohns Eberle buried in NW
194 Line 5, (4) John J. Jaggy Jr. married Lotta E.
Coffman and (5) Margarite Jaggy married Horace
Wade Arnold. Parents were Jacob Wintler and
Anna Zwirli. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1850/1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 and 1900 Census).
JAGGY, JOHN J. Jr. *
b . 1 1 A p r 1 8 64 Washougal, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 8 Apr 1907 of TB of the
throat, age 42y 11m 27d. Int. 16 Apr 1907 in SE 98
Line 15. He was married 7 Dec 1893 to Lotta E.
Coffman. Note: s h e m a r r i e d 2 n d H a r l a n d H .
Wampler. In 1889 John J. Jaggy Jr. was Captain of
Government Steamer "Dispatch", later of the
Vancouver Ferry and the ship "Lionel D. Webster."
John Jaggy Jr. died on the train at El Paso, Texas
while traveling home accompanied by a nurse but no
medical help would relieve the problem. Parents
we r e John J. Jaggy (1829-1913) and Margaret
Wintler (1826-1913) both born in Switzerland. Ref:
#2, #3, #6 (1870, 1880 Census),
ARNOLD, HORACE WADE Dr.
b. Jul 1866 Iowa, d. 10 Aug 1941 died of heart
failure, age 75y 1m. Int. 13 Aug 1941 in SE 98-1
Line 15. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]
[JAGGY]. He was a school teacher. Parents were
Seth A. Arnold (1838-1907 born in Ohio and
Melcina E. Elliott (1839-1926) born in Indiana
(buried in SE 100 Line 13). Ref: #2, #3 & #5.
ARNOLD, MARGUERITE
b. Oct 1867 Washington, d. 12 Apr 1930 of cancer,
age 63y 6m. Int. 15 Apr 1930 in SE 98 Line 15. She
was married to Dr. Horace Arnold (1866-1941),
P a r e n t s w e r e John J. Jaggy (1829 -1913) and
Margaret Wintler (1826-1913) born in Switzerland.
Ref: #2 & #3.
SE 99
SE 99 All bought 4/22/1907 by Mrs. Isaiah Putnam
sold S/2
bought by daughter Garnet Phyllis (Sidney) Allen
10/29/1934
PUTNAM, ISAIAH P.
b. Mar 1835 Massachusetts, d. 12 Apr 1921, age 85y
11m. Int. 14 Apr 1921 in SE 99 Line 14. (SELF).
Parents were not listed but were both born in
Massachusetts. NOTE: Ref: #4 Knapp Mortuary
Funerals (1907-1925) an Israel Pitt Putnam (18331924) born in Ohio age 91y 8m 11d (may be a
brother or a cousin), Isreal lived in Hebo, Tillamook
County, Oregon and Knapp Mortuary sent the
remains to be buried at a Marietta, Ohio Cemetery.
Israel’s parents were Lewis J. Putnam and Anna
Eliza Kedwill born in Ohio. and his sons were
named Charles and O.M. Putnam. Ref: #3 #6 Clark
Country Washington Census named "Issie Putney"
born in Apr 1834 Massachusetts (as his parents were)
farmer, owned 45 acres.
PUTNAM, AMY
b. 1842 Massachusetts, d. 14 Jul 1910, age 68y. Int.
15 Jul 1910 in SE 99 Line 14. She was married to
Israel “Issie” Pitt Putnam. Children were:(1) Edward
N. (1862-1935), (2) Ella M., and (3) Porter (18871907) all born in Tennessee. Parents were not listed
but father was born in England and mother in
Scotland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census - under the
name of Putney).
PUTNAM, EDWARD NATHAN
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b. 1862 Tennessee, d. 9 May 1935 died of
thrombosis, age 73y. Int. 10 May 1935 in SE 99-5
Line 14. [LIMBER FUNERAL HOME] [MRS. J.
PUTNAM], Parents were Israel P. Putnam (18351921) and Amy Putnam (1842-1910) Ref: #3, #5 &
#6 (1900 Census).
PUTNAM, PORTER
b. Sep 1887 Tennessee, d. 22 Apr 1907 of TB, age
19y 6m. Int. 23 Apr 1907 in SE 99 Line 14. (ISREAL
P. PUTNAM). P a r e n t s w e r e Isaiah P. Putnam
(1835-1921) and Amy Putnam (1842-1910). Ref: #3
& #6 (1900 Census).
CAPLES, DOUGLAS
b. 9 Dec 1860 Caples Landing, (Vancouver)
Washington Territory, d. 28 Oct 1934 angina
pectoris, age 73y 10m 19d. Int. 10 Dec 1934 in SE
99-1 Line 14. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married (1) 12 Feb 1883 Kate McAndrews Shelton
(1865-1897 has marker in SE 19 Line 3 and (2)
Louella Princess Woolf Miller (1870-1951). He was
a gold miner, carpenter - contractor, and caretaker of
the City Park and lived at 2409 Kauffman St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. He died at
home attended by Coroner, Dr. William E. Cass of
Vancouver. Funeral 30 Oct 1934 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with W.O.W. (World Order of Woodmen)
[Jerry Mason Wilson of Portland]. Ordered by son
Douglas Elwood Caples Jr., Mrs. Garnet Phyllis (Sid)
Allen (children by Louella). Charged to Mrs. Luella
Caples and son Douglas Elwood Caples Jr. Other
children were Mrs. James Sheasley of Eugene,
Oregon and two brothers Charles William Caples
(1865-1944) and Phil Laffer Caples (1868-1951).
Parents were Henry Laffer Caples (1823-1910) and
Margaret Kuhn Staley (1828-1910) in SE 69 Line
12. The Henry Laffer Caples crossed the Oregon
Trail in 1852 with two of their children and other
members of the Laffer and Caples family. Ref: #1,
#3, #4 & #6 (1870 & 1900 Census).
ERNST or GABE McGUIRE). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
BALLARD, LAURA H.
b. 1896, d. 25 Dec 1910 died of pneumonia, age 14y.
No other information. Int. 27 Dec 1910 in SE 99 Line
14. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 100
SE 100 N/2 bought 5/16/1904 by Horace S. Allen
SE 100 S/2 bought 2/16/1907 by Mrs. M. E. Arnold
STEPHEN, EMORY
b. 1832, d. 30 Nov 1917 of brights disease, age 85y.
Int. 1 Dec 1917 in SE 100-4. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
ALLEN, HORACE SYLVESTER
b. 1 Oct 1864 Michigan, d. 19 Jan 1935 croupus
pneumonia, age 70y 3m 18d. Int. in SE 100-5 Line
13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was a widower lived with his mother Harriett Purse Allen, a laborer,
Knights of Pythus, lived at 2702 Harney St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at St.
Joseph Hospital attended by Dr. A.W. Stevenson of
Vancouver. The funeral was 21 Jan 1935 1 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand Raymond Rees.
Ordered by and charged to sister, Mrs. Cora Anne
(J.P.) White and brother Dennis T. Allen. Another
sister was Mrs. Kahles of Portland. Parents were
William Albert Allen (1839-1895 born in Michigan
and Harriett A. Purse (1839-1924 born in Canada
both buried in SW 83 Line 3. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
CAPLES, LOUELLA PRINCESS
b. May 1870 Iowa, d. 4 Jan 1951 of pneumonia, age
80y 5m. Int. SE 99-2 Line 14. She was married to (1)
....Miller, (2) Douglas Caples as his 2nd wife.
Parents were Peter Garnet Woolf (1844-1917 born
in Ohio) and Margaret Ellen Harsh (1843-1928
born in West Virginia) both buried in Salmon
Creek/Goddard Cemetery. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1880 &
1900 Census).
ALLEN, DENNIS THOMAS
b. 11 Jun 1867 Michigan, d. 5 Feb 1938 natural
causes, age 69y 7m 24d. Int. 8 Feb in SE 100-6 Line
13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, a farmer, lived
at 2704 Harney St., Van couver, Clark County,
Washington, died at his home of apparently natural
causes; he was found dead on the floor by a neighbor,
James Spear. Attended to by Clark County Coroner
Edwin Rider of Vancouver. The funeral was 8 Feb
1938 10 AM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Fred C. Taylor of Vancouver. Ordered by and
charged to sister Mrs. Cora White 2536 NE 10th
Ave., Portland, Oregon. P a r e n t s w e r e William
Albert Allen (1839-1895 born in Michigan) and
Harriett A. Markham (1839-1924 born in Canada)
both buried in SW 83. Ref: #3 & #4.
McGUIRE, WILLIAM
b. 2 May 1833, d. 13 Apr 1887 of heart disease, age
53y 11m 11d. Int. 14 Apr 1887 in SE 99 Line 14. (S.
ARNOLD, SETH A.
b. 1838, d. 15 Feb 1907 of nephrites, age 69y. Int. 17
Feb 1907 in SE 100 S/2 Line 13 [Mrs. M.E. Arnold].
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He was married to Melcenia Ellott. Parents were not
listed, but were born in Saxany, Germany. Ref: #1,
#3.
ARNOLD, MELCENIA ELLIOTT *
b. 9 Apr 1839 Indiana, d. 2 Oct 1926 of carcinoma of
the stomach, age 87y 5m 23d. Int. 4 Oct 1926 in SE
100 Line 13. (SELF)[LIMBER FUNERAL HOME].
She was the widow of Seth Arnold (1838-1907). She
was a Civil War nurse with the Sanitary Commission.
Parents were probably named "Elliott". Ref: #3 &
#5.
ARNOLD, PAULINE
b. 15 May 1914, d. 16 May 1914 of birth injuries
which caused convulsions, age 1 day. Int. 16 May
191 4 i n S E 1 0 0 -2 S / 2 L i n e 1 3 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Child lived at 800 West 10th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by father, Dr. W.H. Arnold of Vancouver.
The funeral was 16 May 1914 10 AM at home with
Reverend H.S. Templeton. Charged to Dr. W.H.
Arnold. Parents were Dr. William H. Arnold and
Harriet Johnson both born in Iowa. Ref: #3 & #4.
ARNOLD, STEPHEN
b. 18 May 1908, d. 18 May 1908 stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. 19 May 1908 in SE 100 S/2 Line 13.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child parents lived at 800
W. 10th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. E. Van Zandt of
Vancouver. The funeral was 19 May 1908 at home
with Reverend Robert Yeatman. Charged to Dr.
Horace W. Arnold. Parents were Dr. Horace Wade
Arnold (1866-1941) and Marguerite ( ) Arnold
(1867-1930) both have markers in Plot SE 98 Line
15. Ref: #3 & #4.
ARNOLD, KATHERINE F.
b. 1908 Washington, d. 20 Sep 1985, age 77y. Int. 27
Sep 1985 in SE 100-2 Ashes. Ref. #3, Parents were
not listed, but probably Dr. Horace Wade Arnold
(1866-1941) and Marguerite ( ) Arnold (18671930). Ref: #3
ARNOLD, CHARLES J.
b. 1835 Saxany, Germany, d. Apr 1902 no cause
listed, age 67y. Int. 28 Apr 1902 in SE 100 Line 12.
[HORACE W. ARNOLD] He probably was an older
brother of Seth Arnold. In 1860 he was listed as a
farm laborer and lived with Frederick and William
Proebstel in Clark County Washington Territory.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3, #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 Census).
MATHEWS, FRANCES/FANNY E.
b. Mar 1856, d. 9 Jan 1929 died of paralysis, age 72y
9m. Int. 13 Jan 1929 in SE 100 Line 13. (MRS.
ARNOLD). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 101
SE 101 All bought 11/20/1906 by Emma Smith
SMITH, JEROME B.
b. 29 Nov 1857 Wisconsin, d. 19 Nov 1906 of heart
failure, age 49y. Int. Nov 1906 in SE 101 Line 12
has marker " At. Rest Here rest a Woodman of the
World"). (EMMA SMITH). He was married to
Emma Smith (may be a daughter of Martin & Mary
Bismer), a brother was Elton Smith, in the 1880 &
1900 Census Jerome B. Smith was a stable keeper
and also kept a store. He had children Alice and Elton
Smith both born in Washington. Parents were James
Otis Smith (1833-1909 born in Maine) and Hannah
( ) (1834-1911 born in London, Ontario Canada
both buried in NW 116. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SMITH, BUD OTIS H.
b. 18 Feb 1871 Wisconsin, d. 15 Nov 1943 of heart
failure, age 72y 8m 27d. Int. Nov 1943 in SE 101-8
Line 12. He the widower of Alice ( ) Smith (18801914). He was a taxi owner. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SMITH, ELLA
b. 1885 Missouri, d. 5 Jan 1982 of heart failure, age
97y. Int. 7 Jan 1982 in SE 101-7. [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Widow of Bud Otis H. Smith
(1871-1943) and 2nd wife. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SMITH, ALICE T.
b. 8 Mar 1880, d. 20 Mar 1914 7:30 PM of
pulmonary TB, age 34y 0m 12d. Int. 27 Mar 1914 in
SE 101-2 Line 3. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married to Bud Otis Smith (1871-1943), dry goods
sales lady, housewife, Episcopalian. Lived at Fort
Huachuca Arizona, died at home in Arizona attended
by Roderick P. O'Conner of Fort Huachuca. Remains
were shipped from Fort Huachuca, Arizona to
KNAPP FUNERAL HOME in Vancouver,
Washington. The funeral was 27 Mar 1914 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend E.B. Collier. Pall
bearers were Albert J. Proebstel, A.H. Fletcher,
William McCavet, Joseph Carter, Lloyd DuBois and
F.W. Tempes. Ordered by husband Bud Otis Smith
and his cousin Edward Richard Schofield (17 Oct
1865 Vancouver, Washington 8 Jun 1920 was the son
of Nicholas Schofield and Mary Elizabeth Smith
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widow of Frederick Miller. Charged to B.O. Smith.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
and Emaline Hutshine born in Vermont. Ref: #3 &
#4.
DODD, ELIZABETH F. SMITH
b. 1907 Washington, d. 6 Oct 1991, age 84y. Int. 10
Oct 1991 in SE 101-9 1/4 Line 3. Parents were Bud
Otis Smith (1871-1943) and Alice T. Smith (18801914). Ref: #3
McCONNELL, ANN ELIZABETH
(STOUGHTON)
b. 1832 Rutland County, Vermont, d. 20 Sep 1898 of
old age, age 66y. Int. 22 Sep 1898 in SE 102 Line 11.
[RICHARD NUTBROWN]. She was married to
George T. McConnell (1825-1903 he is buried in SE
107 Line 7). She is listed in the 1871 census married
to George McConnell and with two Stroughton
daughters father may have been E.E.
Straughten/Stroughton buried in the Post Military
Cemetery #1879R 4 Sep 1871. (A later Census does
not list her but does list George McConnell). She was
a housewife, she arrived in Oregon Territory 30 Sep
1849 with her husband and her brother William Page
French (who was born in 1928 in Rutland County,
Vermont. who both took out a Donation Claim in
Clark County Washington Territory. George T.
McConnell lost his claim. Ann Elizabeth McConnell
died of old age. In the 1870 Census they lived in the
next house next to Charles and Laura Slocum and on
the other side Julius and Hermine Suiste. Their
Children were Ella Stroughton (b. 1857 in Oregon)
and Eva E. (b. 1864- Washington Territory. Parents
were named "French" both born in Vermont. Ref:
#1, #3, #6 (1870 & 1880 Census).
SE 102
SE 102 All bought before 1889 by Richard Nutbrown
BOARDMAN, FRED V.
Aug 1881 Nebraska, d. 23 Oct 1954 of a stroke, age
73y. Int. 28 Oct 1954 in SE 102-2 Line 11. Married
to Florence Nutbrown (1888-1905). Parents were
Frank Boardman born in Nov 1850 in New York
was a farmer with 115 acres in the Harney district
and his wife Carrie was born in Jul 1852 in New
York. Ref: #3, #6(1900 Census).
BOARDMAN, FLORENCE
b. 1888, d. 15 Jun 1905 in childbirth, age 17y. Int. 16
J u n 1 9 0 5 i n S E 1 0 2 L i n e 1 1 . (RICHARD
NUTBROWN). She was married to Fred V.
Boardman (1881-1954). The baby was probably
buried with her). Parents were not listed but were
probably named "Nutbrown". Note: Carrie
Nutbrown (1849-1892 may be her mother) is buried
in Wilson Bridge Cemetery. Ref: #3.
CASPER, JOSEPH
b. 17 Jul 1849 New York, d. 28 Jul 1918 of multiple
sclerosis, age 69y 0m 11d. Int. 31 Jul 1918 in SE 102
- 3 L i n e 1 1 . [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
m a r r i e d t o S a r a h C asper (1850-1920), farmer,
Seventh Day Adventist, lived northwest of Orchards.
Died at the home of his son, William Casper attended
by Dr. James A. Loundagin of Vancouver. The
funeral was 31 Jul 1918 11 AM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend R.D. Benham. Charged to wife Mrs.
Sarah Casper. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
CASPER, SARAH
b. 12 May 1850 New York, d. 10 Feb 1920
pneumonia, age 69y 6m 28d. Int. 14 Feb 1920 in SE
102-2 Line 11 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (no markerno record). She was the widow of Joseph Casper
(1849-1918), a housewife, Adventist, lived at Brush
Prairie, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. The
funeral was 14 Feb 1920 at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend R.D. Benthome of Portland, Oregon.
Charged to son Clarance Casper of Brush Prairie.
Parents were Richard Nutbrown born in England
NUTBROWN, EMELINA
b. 1810, d. 16 Jan 1889, age 79y, died of debility. Int.
1 7 J a n 1 8 8 9 i n SE 102 Line 11. (RICHARD
NUTBROWN) NOTE: She is old enough to be Ann
Elizabeth McConnell's mother or a sister. Note: a
Carrie Nutbrown (1849-1892) is buried in ManorWilson Bridge Cemetery. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3 (not listed in any Clark County Census.)
SE 103
SE 103 all bought 4/19/1882 by Jane Knox
KNOX, GEORGE
b. 1820 Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, d. 23
Mar 1875 at Union Ridge Washington, age 54y. Int.
in SE 103 N/2 Line 10. He was married to Jane T.
(1827-1901), NOTE: George Knox had a brother
Henry Knox who had a wife and 4 children listed in
Clark County 1870, 1871 Census. George Knox came
west in 1845 with his father James and mother
Letetia and four brothers and sisters who settled
along the Santiam River in Linn County, Oregon.
George and Jane Knox were probably in Clark
County, Washington Territory by 1858 for a son was
buried in that year, they settled in 1864 in Pioneer,
Clark County, Washington Territory. George Knox
may have been the same person who signed an
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affidavit for Henry Thomas. Parents were James
Knox (1788-1874) born in Northumberland County,
Pennsylvania died in Linn County, Oregon and
Letetia Smith (1795-1878) born in Pennsylvania,
died in Linn County, Oregon. Ref #1, #3, #7 "The
Brazen Overlanders of 1845 by Donna M. Wojcik.
KNOX, JANE T.
b. 1827 Indiana, d. 5 Mar 1901, age 74y. Int. 6 Mar
1901 in SE 103 Line 10. (SELF). She was the widow
of George Knox (1820-1875), lived in Pioneer, Clark
County, Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#1, #3 #7 "The Brazen Overlanders of 1845 by
Donna M. Wojcik.
KNOX, HERMAN
b. 1862 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
1863, age 1y. Int. 1863 in SE 103-2 Line 10. (JANE
KNOX). Parents were George Knox (1820-1875)
born in Pennsylvania and Jane T. Knox (18271901) born in Indiana. Ref: #3.
KNOX, WILLIAM
b. 1857 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
1858, age 1y. Int. 1858 in SE 103-1 Line 10. (JANE
KNOX). Parents were George Knox (1820-1875)
born in Pennsylvania and Jane T. Knox (18271901) born in Indiana. Ref: #3.
SEEMAN, OLITA G.
b. 1888 Washington, d. 10 Jun 1929, age 40y. [NO
RECORDS]. Int. Jun 1929 in SE 103-1 Line 10 (has
marker "At Rest") (JANE KNOX (? granddaughter of
Jane T. Knox) [MT. SCOTT MORTUARY Portland Oregon.] Parents were not listed but the
grandparents were probably George Knox and Jane
T. Knox. Ref: #3.
SE 104
SE 104 All bought 4/20/1882 by Grant H. Short
SHORT, ESTHER
b. 24 Dec 1806 Tioga County, Pennsylvania, d. 27
Jun 1862, age 56y 6m 3d. Int. Jun 1862 in SE 104-1
Line 9 (has marker "In Memory of Esther Short".)
She was the widow -married 22 Nov 1829 to Amos
Meade Short (1810-1853) who lost his life when the
ship Vandalia went down at the entrance from the
Pacific Ocean to the Columbia River. He was making
the return trip from San Francisco after buying
supplies for his and his son, Amos Clark Short, store
in Vancouver. The family had quite a bit of trouble
with the Hudson Bay Company about the 661 acres
land Amos Meade Short had filed on as a Donation
Claim. He shot and killed two men, the Reverend
Gardner and a Kanaka (Hawaiian native) employee,
but because he was an American Citizen the US
Military stationed on the Oregon side of the
Columbia River interviened. The Hudson Bay
Company put Esther and the children adrift twice in a
boat without oars, but they managed to return to their
home in Washington Territory. Esther Short was onehalf Algonquin Indian and a real fighter for her
rights. In Vancouver, Washington there is an Esther
Short Park that she willed to the City. After Amos's
death Esther Short managed the family restaurant and
in 1854 she built a hotel called the "Pacific House".
She made "Vancouver" official when she filed for the
record the Town Plat of Vancouver on 28 Jul 1855.
Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1850, and 1860).
SHORT, HANNA EMELINE
b. 5 Sep 1850, Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 30 Nov 1936 cardiac decomposition,
age 86y 2m 25d. Int. 2 Dec 1936 in SE 104-2 Line 9
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker in the Esther
Short Lot). Note: She was the first white child born to
American Parents in Washington Territory, single,
invalid (from the time she was crippled at eight years
old and confined to a wheel chair for the rest of her
life), Episcopal, lived at the “Clark Hotel” at
Washington Ave. and 6th St., Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at her residence attended
by Dr. Ralph Lieser of Vancouver. Funeral 2 Dec
1936 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Charles S. Mook. Ordered by nephews, the children
of Grant Hall Short by his three wives, James Short
(1870-1937), Grant Stephen Short (1891-1951) of
Vancouver and Amos Fredrich Short (1888-1961)
and 8 nieces. Charged to Jim Short. Parents were
Amos Meade Short (13 Apr 1810-1853) born in
Tioga County Pennsylvania drowned at the mouth
of the Columbia River married 22 Nov 1829 Esther
Clark (24 Dec 1806-28 Jun 1862) born in Tioga
County, Pennsylvania. They were the founders of
Vancouver, Washington. They started out from St.
Joseph Missouri with eight children in an 1845
Wagon Train and a son was born in Fort Hall, Idaho.
They were part of the Wagon Train described by
Donna M. Wojcik in her book "The Brazen
Overlanders". Ref:#1, #3 #4 & #6 (1860, 1870,
1871,& 1900 Census) & #7.
SHORT, JAMES CRAWFORD/CLARK
b . 15 Mar 1870 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 15 Feb 1937 of acute
nephritis, age 66y 11m 0d. Int. 18 Feb 1937 in SE
104-5 Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married (1) 11 Apr 1897 to Clara Surber (the
daughter of Rudolph Surber and Katherine Good)
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(1881- after 3 Aug 1912) died in Washougal,
Washington (their children were Melvin (6 Sep 18971948), Crawford (1899- ) and Ruth Short (3 Aug
1912-5 Dec 1980) married William Ryer, lived in
Vancouver. James Short married (2) Emma Alfretta
McCurdy (1887-1 Feb 1968 has marker beside
husband). she had a son Gerald J. Short who was
adopted by James C. Short). James Short was the
manager and lived at the hotel of the "Clark Hotel" at
6th and Washington Sts. Vancouver, James Crawford
Short died at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington attended by Dr. Herbert C.
Lieser of Vancouver. The funeral was in charge of
KNAPP CHAPEL 18 Feb 1937 2 PM at the
Vancouver Elks Temple with Robert Schultz P.E.R.
Ordered by wife, Emma Short and brothers, Amos
Frederick Short (1888-1961) of Camas buried at
Washougal Cemetery) and Grant Stephen Short
(1891-1951), sisters were Esther Ellen Short
(Timothy) Conway, Alice Catherine Short (Adolph)
Nyberg Agnes Margaret Short (Braz) Barnett, and
Frances Ann Short (Michael) Leslie, sons Melvin and
Crawford Short and daughter Mrs. Ruth Ryer.
P a r e n t s w e r e Grant Hall Short (1 Sep 18455/18/1904 born at Fort Hall, Bingham County,
Idaho on the way to Oregon (son of Amos Short
(1810-1853) and Esther Clark Short (1806-1862) the
founders of Vancouver, Washington came overland
via wagon train). and Elizabeth Jane Turner (1848Illinois died before 1880) no marker no record). Ref:
#1, #3, #4, #6 (1870, 1880, 1900 Census).
SHORT, EMMA ALFRETTA
b. 1 Feb 1868 Spring City, Nevada, d. 24 Feb 1968 of
a stroke in Weed, California, age 80y 11m. Int. 5 Feb
1968 in SE 104-5 Line 9. She was the 2nd wife of
James Clark Short (1870-1937), a housewife.
Parents were named Mr. & Mrs. McCurdy. Ref: #1
& #3.
BOLAN, WILLIAM CLARK
b. 18 Jul 1850 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 15 Mar 1852, age 1y 7m 26d. Int. Mar
1852 in SE 104 Line 9. Note: This child is one of the
earliest graves in the Cemetery it was moved from
the Vancouver Barracks Cemetery no longer in
existence. Parents were Andrew Jackson Bolan
(1826-23 Sep 1855) born in Lucerne County,
Pennsylvania killed by the Indians and thus
touching off the Indian uprising (1855 -1856).
Andrew Jackson Bolan came to Oregon Territory ca
1846 married 11 Feb 1849 in Vancouver (he was
listed as a farmer) and Jerusha Short (1832-1915
born in Tioga County Pennsylvania died in
Spokane, Washington (daughter of Amos Meade
Short and Esther Clark founders of Vancouver).
Jerusha married (2) J. P. Shockley (died Dec 1869),
(3) William Powers (4) James P. Sparks. Ref: #1, #3,
#6 (1850/1860 Census).
BURLINGAME, WILLIAM C.
b. 19 Aug 1861, Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 27 May 1869 cause of death
was not listed, age 7y 9m 2d. Int. May 1869 in SE
104-3 l i n e 9 . ( G R A N T S H O R T ) . W i l l i a m
Burlingame was a grade school student. Parents
were Henry Silas Burlingame (1820-1890) Moriah,
Essex County, New York (served as Clark County
Treasuer for the 1853/54 term) and his second wife
married 16 Mar 1854 Drisilla Short (1834-1896)
born in Wastenaw County, Michigan died in Colfax,
Washington daughter of Amos A. Short and Esther
Clark. Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1870 Census).
RYER, RUTH M.
b . 3 A u g 1 9 1 2 W a s h o u gal, Clark County,
Washington, d. 1 Dec 1980 Klamath Falls, Klamath
County, Oregon, age 68y 3m 28d. Int. 5 Dec 1980 in
SE 104-7. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Married 16 Mar 1938 in Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon to William Ryder. Parents were
James Clark Short (1870-1937) Int. in SE 104 and
Clara Surber (1882-1908) Int. in Washougal
Cemetery. Ref: #1 & #3 & #5.
HARRIS, MORRIS H.
b. 1912 Washington, d. 1 Dec 1980 of heart failure,
a g e 6 8 y . I n t . D e c 1 9 8 0 i n SE 104-8 L i n e 9
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SE 105
SE 105 All bought by John Dodd
DODD, JOHN W.
b. 1857 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 14
Jun 1912 brights disease, age 55y. Int. 15 Jun 1912 in
SE 105-1 Line 8. (SELF). He was married to Ella C.
Wood (1863-1924), Catholic, was a harness maker
and rented his home in Clark County 1900 Census.
Parents were John C. Dodd born 1822 Jeffererson
County Tennesee and Missouri Ellen Williams
(1831-1870) born in Missouri. (John C . D o d d
arrived in Oregon Territory in the fall of 1852 with
his wife and step-son William Robert Williams born
in 1848 Missouri). John C. Dodd fought in the Indian
uprising under Captain William Kelley. Ref: #1, #3
& #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
DODD, ELLA C.
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b. 1859 Oregon, d. 13 Apr 1924 of cancer, age 65y.
Int. 16 Apr 1924 in SE 105-2 Line 6. (JOHN C.
DODD). She was a housewife, a widow of
(1)....Williams & (2) John W. Dodd married 22 Nov
1876 in Clark County, Washington Territory,
Catholic, died in Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon. She had children by John W. Dodd: (1) Fred,
(2) Howard, (3) Grace and (4) Otalena. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wood. Father was born in
Ohio and her mother was born in Missouri. Ref: #1,
#3, & #6 (1880, 1900 Census).
SE 106
SE 106 S/2 bought 2/8/1882 (Alvey (1854-1933 &
Clarissa 1868-1952) Staley both buried at Brush
Prairie Cemetery)
KNIGHTON, HENRY MONTGOMERY
b. 18 Nov 1818 New Jersey, d. 17 Jun 1863 at The
Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon, age 44y 6m 29d. Int.
Jun 1863 in SE 106-7 Line 7 (has marker "Gone but
not forgotton, Mourners weep not. His spitit is with
God. He giveth his beloved sleep". (DANIEL
STALEY).He was married 23 Apr 1841 Platte
County, Missouri to Elizabeth Martin (sister to
Hardin D. Martin who settled in Yamhill County,
Oregon). She is not buried beside him. Children
were: (1) Josephine (1842-died bef 1868) unmarried,
and (2) Lassella. NOTE (1): In the Clark County
1870 Census were listed S. Knighton (1847- ) age 23
born in Oregon and his wife Adeline age 24 born in
Missouri and two sons born in Oregon Henry 3 years
and William Knighton (1868-1964 who married
Loretta (1875-1949) they are buried in Manor Wilson
Bridge Cemetery). In Clark County 1871 Census
were listed twins Emma M. and Anna B Knighton
age 13 and Alony W. Knighton all born in Oregon
living with Lassella L. Knighton (b. ca 1844 in
Missouri) married to Henry G. Staley). NOTE
(2):(Margaret Kuhn Staley Caples may have been
Henry G. Staley's sister who was on an 1852 Wagon
Train; she was born Frederick, Maryland.) Parents
were not listed. Ref: #1, #3 & #7 "The Brazen
Overlanders of 1845" by Donna Wojcik.
FICKLE, ANNIE M.
b. 1870, d. 3 Jun 1892 died of tonsilitis, age 22y. Int.
4 Jun 1892 in SE 106 S/2 Line 7. (D. STALEY). Her
brother was Alvey Staley (1854-1933) buried at
Brush Prairie Cemetery Section N. This is probably a
grandchild of Absalom/Abraham Fickle (1780
Frederick Maryland) who crossed on the Oregon
Trail in 1845 with first wife Christina White who
died in Lafyette or Platte County Missouri pior to
1838. Parents were probably Daniel Staley born
1840-1931 English Canada buried in Brush Prairie
Cemetery section M; became a US citizen in 1865
and wife Lasella Knighton, buried in Brush Prairie
Cemetery. Ref: #3, #6 (1900 Census).& #7 "The
Brazen Overlanders of 1845" by Donna M. Wojcik.
STALEY, H. E. (female)
b. Dec 1867, d. 27 Jun 1885 of hypomenorrhea
(menstrual disorder), age 17y 7m. Int. 30 Jun 1885 in
SE 106 S/2 Line 7. Parents were probably Daniel
Staley (1840-1931 Canada and Lasella Knighton
(buried in Brush Prairie Cemetery section M;
became of US Citizen in 1865) and wife. Ref: #3.
SE 107
SE 107 S/2 bought Dec 1878 by William O'Neill
SE 107 N/2 bought by Martin Burke
SE 107 bought by George T. McConnell
McCONNELL, GEORGE T.
b. Jun 1824 Washington County New York, d. 11
May 1903, age 78. Int. 15 May 1903 in SE 107 Line
7 (SELF). He was a retired clerk of the U.S. Court.
Married to Ann Elizabeth French Stoughton (18321898 buried in SE 102) - she had two Stoughton
daughters Ella and Eva, (Eva died in 1871 and is
buried in SE 107). George T. McConnell arrived in
the Oregon Territory on 30 Sep 1849 and settled on a
Donation Land Claim of 320 acres in Clark County.
Parents were not listed. In the 1900 Census he was
a boarder at the home of Elias and Caroline White.
Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 and 1900 Census).
STOUGHTON, EVA ESTELLA
b. May 1857 Oregon, d. 4 Sep 1871 cause of death
not listed, age 13y 3m. Int. Sep 1871 in SE 107-1
Line 6 (has marker "To the memory of our little pet
who entered Sprit life." (GEORGE T.
McCONNELL- Stepfather]. Note:Joseph Stoughton
born 1825 in Vermont and wife Elizabeth (1832- )
born in Vermont who in 1850/1860 Census had
children:Elnetta (b. 1856 and Ernest H. born in 1858.
There is an E.E. Straughten is listed in the Post
Military Cemetery in Vancouver in # 1879R, died
and was buried 4 Sep 1871. The Stoughton and
McConnell- Nutbrowns and the Wm. Page French
families may have been related. Parents may have
been Joseph Stoughton and Ann Elizabeth French
(she married 2nd George T. McConnell). Ref: #3 &
#6 (1870, 1871 Census).
GARRETSON, THOMAS G.
b. 1878 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, d. 23 Sep 1956
of heart failure, age 78y. Int. 25 Sep 1956 in SE 1075 L i n e 6 . [HAMILTON - MYLAN FUNERAL
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HOME]. Parents were Thomas F. Garretson and
Mary Scifers. Ref: #2, #3 & #4.
GARRETSON, ELSIE W.
b. 7 Apr 1880 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 12 Jul 1966, age 83y 3m 5d. Int. 14 Jul
1966 in SE 107-6 Line 6. She was the widow of
Thomas G. Garretson (1878-1956), married 9 Oct
1907 Clark County, Washington, housewife, member
of St. Luke's Episcopal Church Vancouver. The
funeral was by HAMILTON MYLAN CHAPEL with
Reverend Dr. Sumner Walters. Parents were Jens
Jacob Henrichsen (1819-1903) born in Denmark
and mother was probably Sophia Hatton (18171902) born in Kentucky (a sister to Harriet Hatton
Dillon.) Ref:#1, #3, #6 (1900 Census).
GARRETSON, ROBERT F.
b. 1909 Washington, d. 26 Feb 1982 of heart failure,
age 73y. Int. 2 Mar 1982 in SE 107-7 Ashes.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] Parents
were Thomas G. Garretson (1878-1956 Indiana)
and Elsie W. Henrichsen (1880-1966 Washington).
Ref: #3 & #5.
20 Jun 1927 9 AM at St. James Catholic Church with
Reverend Father Furlong. Ordered by daughter Mrs.
Maud Gramen at home. Parents were John Charles
Burgy (1823-1901) born in Herslishheim, Alsace
Lorraine France (vet Civil War Oregon) and Mary
Ann Steffen (1826-1905) also born in Herslishheim,
Alsace Lorraine France both buried in St. James
Acres Cemetery. They emmigrated in 1851 from
France and joined a wagon train in 1852. Ref: #1, &
#3, & #6 in the (1870 Note: “Annie Burgy” is Mary
Ann Burgy).
MOWLDS, JOSEPHINE "JOSIE" DEMIT
b. b. 12 Mar 1889, d. 11 Nov 1919 of cerebral
meningitis, age 29y 7m 30d. Int. 14 Nov 1919 in SE
108-3 Line 5. (has marker " Gone but not forgotten".
She was married to Cecil Mowlds. Parents were
James Bell Dimit (1842-1895 Virginia) and Mary
Ann Burgy (1860-1927) Washington Ref: #3.
LYONS, CESCO GEORGE
b. 1867, d. 1876, age 9y, Int. in SE 108-2 Line 5.
(C.F. LYONS). Parents were not listed but were
probably Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. Lyons. Ref: #3
SE 108
SE 108 All bought 12/30/1876 by Charles V. Lyons
SE 108 All bought by George Allen - no record of
transfer to J.B. Dimmit and 3 children on 2/21/1908
Charles V. Lyons bought all.
GETTE, VALERIE
b. Dec 1936 Washington, d. 9 Mar 1937, age 3m. Int.
in SE 108 Line 5. (LYONS) [ZELLER MORTUARY
- Portland, Oregon]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #5.
DIMIT, JAMES BELL
b. 1842 Virginia, d. 19 Jun 1895 of an over dose of
morphine, age 53y. Int. 21 Jun 1895 in SE 108 Line
5. He was married 1 Dec 1877 to Mary Ann Burgy
(1860-1927) the daughter of John Charles Burgy and
Mary Ann Steffen. Note: She married (2) Alexander
Davidson and (3) Edward Alfred Harris. (Mary Ann
is buried under the name of "Harris"), James Bell
Dimit was a laborer who lived and worked in 1870
for John & Elizabeth Miller. Had son James Dimit
born 1883 Washington Territory. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
SE 109
SE 109 All bought by Alexander Monroe Brown
HARRIS, ANNIE BURGY DIMIT DAVIDSON
b. 23 Oct 1860 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 16 Jun 1927 of lesions of the heart, age 66y 7m
2 3 d . I n t . 2 0 J u n 1 9 2 7 i n SE 108-4 L i n e 5 .
[C.N.LYONS]. She was married (1) James Bell
Dimit (1842-1895) had a son James Dimit and a
daughter Josepine “Josie”; (2) Alexander Davidson
and (3) Edward Alfred Harris. She was a housewife,
Catholic, lived at 411 West 23rd St., Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. A.W. Stevenson of Vancouver. The funeral was
BROWN, ALEXANDER MONROE
b. 1840 Iowa, d. 3 Nov 1899 heart disease, age 59y.
Int. 4 Nov 1899 in SE 109 Line 4. He was the
widorer of Sarah M. Brown (1842-1880). He owned
and operated a sawmill in District Three of Clark
County, Washington Territority (Ref:Clark County
1880 Census), he may have been a brother to
Amanda Melvina (Edward) Rickettts. Parents were
not listed but his father was probably Alexander M.
Brown born in Ohio and mother was Rebecca
Malinda Swezee Martin born in Louisanna. They
crossed the plains in 1847 with their children. Ref:
#1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
BROWN, SARAH M.
b. 1842 Oregon, d. 1880 (after Clark County 1880
Census) no cause of death listed but may have been
in childbirth of daughter Anna Gertrude, age 31y. Int.
in SE 109 Line 4. She was married to Alexander
Monroe Brown (1840-1899). Her children were born
in Oregon: (1) William H. born in 1870, (2) George
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W. born in 1872, (3) Benjamin born in 1874-1953
and (4) Annie born in 1880-1955. Parents were not
listed but her mother was born in Missouri. Ref:
#3 #6 (1880 Census).
BROWN, ANNA GERTRUDE
b. 1880 Oregon, d. 27 Oct 1955 heart failure, age
75y. Int. 29 Oct 1955 in SE 109-6 Line 4. She was
single. Parents were Alexander Monroe Brown
(1840-1899) born in Iowa and Sarah M.....born in
Oregon. Ref: #3 #6 (1880 Census).
BROWN, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
b. 1874 Oregon, d. 24 Jun 1953 of heart failure, age
78y 11m. Int. in SE 109-3 Line 4. (A.M. BROWN)
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents were Alexander
Monroe Brown (1840-1899) born in Iowa and
Sarah M. ....born in Oregon. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
BROWN, EFFIE L.
b. Dec 1876, d. 15 Aug 1970 died of heart failure,
age 93y 8m. Int. 20 Aug 1970 in SE 109-4 Line 4.
(P.M. B R O W N ) [ R O S S H O L L Y W O O D o f
Portland]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
BROWN, BERNICE ANNA
b. 22 Nov 1918 Salem, Marion County, Oregon d. 18
Dec 1938 basilar meningitis, age 20y 18d. Int. 13
D e c 1 9 3 8 i n S E 1 0 9 -9 L i n e 4 . [ K N APP
MORTUARY]. She was married to M.M. Brown.
She was a housewife, Lutheran, lived with parents
the John Kuhnke at Rt. #4 Box 298 - had resided in
the state for 5 years, died at home attended by Dr.
Herbert Lieser of Vancouver. The funeral was 13 Dec
1938 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Paul
Kunzman of Vancouver. Ordered by M.M. Brown
and John Kuhnke. Charged to B.F. Brown. Parents
were John Kuhnke born in Canada and Anna Kraft
born in Wisconsin. Ref: #3, #4.
BROWN, GEORGE WILSON
b. 1871 Oregon, d. 13 Mar 1959 no cause of death
listed, age 87y. Int. 16 Mar 1959 in SE 109-5 Line 4.
(A.M.BROWN). Parents were Alexander Monroe
Brown (1840-1 8 9 9 ) b o r n i n I o w a a n d S a r a h
M.....born in Oregon. Ref: #3.
WILSON, ROBERT CISSNA
b. 1870 Illinois, d. 3 Jul 1945, age 74y. Int. 6 Jul
1 9 4 5 i n S E 1 0 9 -4 L i n e 4 . ( D.F. REID)
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents
were not listed. Ref #3 & #5.
SE 110
SE 110 All bought 2/12/1880 by William Ryan
NOTE: (1810-1875 born in Ireland buried at St.
James Acres Cemetery and most of family is buried
there), married to Susan Harless (Kilborn) Coquerel
(1822-1870) a farmer associated with David Parker in
building. Had a Donation Claim.
STRYKER, HENRY F.
b. 1821 New York, d. 1861 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington Territory, age 40y. Int. 1861 in SE 110
Line 3. (WILLIAM RYAN), He was the widower of
Mary A. Stryker (1827-1860), an early day merchant.
Parents were not listed. R e f : # 3 & # 6 ( 1 8 6 0
Census).
STRYKER, MARY A.
b. 1827 New York, d. 1860 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington Territory, age 33y. Int. 1860 in SE 110
Line 3. (WILLIAM RYAN). She was married to
Henry F. Stryker (1821-1891). They had 5 children
three born in Wisconsin and one in Oregon and last
one probably in Washington:(1) E.F. Stryker (1844
Wisconsin-) (2) William Hart Stryker (1846-1906
Wisconsin) (3) C.L. Stryker (1848- Wisconsin) and
(4) Charlotte L. Stryker 1854- Oregon). Parents
were not listed, but he mother may have been a sister
to William Ryan (1810-1875 Ireland) buried in St.
James Acres Cemetery with his wife Susan Harless
(widow of Kilborn Coqurel). Ref #3 & #6 (1860
Census).
STRYKER, MINNIE
b. 1856, d. 1857 cause of death was not listed, age
1y, Child-girl. Int. in SE 110 Line 3. (WILLIAM
RYAN) Parents were Henry F. (1821-1861) and
Mary A. ( ) Stryker (1827-1860) both born in New
York. Ref: #3.
STRYKER, WILLIAM HART
b. 1846 Wisconsin, d. 1906 cause of death was not
listed, age 60y. Int. in SE 110 Line 3. (WILLIAM
RYAN) Parents were Henry F (1821-1861) and
Mary A. ( ) Stryker (1827-1860) both born in New
York. Ref: #3 & #6 (1860 Census).
SE 111
SE 111 All bought 6/3/1878 by Martin Gilliham
GILLIHAN, MARTIN
b. 30 Oct 1824 Jackson County, Tennessee, d. 26 Jan
1906 of paralysis, age 79y 2m 27d. Int. 28 Jan 1906
in SE 111 Line 2 (has marker "In Loving Memory of
Martin Gillihan.") Martin Gillihan was a farmer, a
miner, a Republican, Oregon and Wash ington
Territory early Pioneer. He was married in Polk
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County, Missouri (1) ca 1843 Elizabeth and they
were divorced 1846, they had a son about 1844 in
Missouri; in 1844 Martin came west by ox team over
the overland trail with his brother William Gillihan.
They also drove a herd of cattle for later sale. Martin
settled on 640 acres on Sauvie Island; in 1847 he
traded this land for three Cayuse horses to follow the
gold rush in California. The brothers had gold fever,
but William died in the venture. Martin with
William's widow and her three children returned to
Oregon in 1849. In 1850 he married Sarah Catherine
Howell newly arrived in a wagon train. Parents were
Thomas & Lucy Gillihan both born in Tennessee.
Ref: #1, #3.
GILLIHAN, SARAH CATHERINE
b. 7 Feb 1833 Millerstown, Perry County,
Pennsylvania, d. 27 Aug 1903 of brights disease
(kidney degeneration), age 70y 6m 21d. Int. 28 Aug
1903 in SE 111 Line 2. She had crossed the Oregon
Trail in 1850 with her parents the Benjamin Howells,
also on the wagon train were Martin's parents,
Thomas and Lucy Gillihan. Sarah Catherine met and
married later in the year of 1850 to Martin Gillihan,
She was a housewife, lived and died at Sauvies
Island, Multnomah County, Oregon (Sauvies Island
had been originally part of Washington Territory).
Their children were: (1) John Thomas (1851-1934),
(2) Livinia Elizabeth (1853-1935) married R.R. Cole
(1847-1928) both buried in SW 160 Line 16, (3)
Gideon Joseph (1855- ), (4) Edwin/Edward (18571921) married Anna R. Leonard they are both buried
in NE 7 Line 10, (5) Lucy Ann (1859- ) married
....Gardner, (6) Presely (1861-1949), (7) Rebecca
A n n , ( 8 ) M a r t i n A l o n z o ( 1 8 6 4 -1890), (9)
Clarissa/Clara (1866-1889) (10) Sarah Elizabeth
married (a).... Slater (b) .....Parmele. Parents were
Benjamin Howell and Elizabeth Matthews who
came to Oregon Territory with their family in an
1850 wagon Train. Ref: #1, #3.
GILLIHAN, JOHN THOMAS
b. 24 Sep 1851 Sauvies Island, Oregon Territory, d.
21 Feb 1934 of myocaritis, 82y 4m 28d. Int. 24 Feb
1934 in SE 111-3 Line 2. [FINLEY MORTUARYPortland, Oregon]. He was a farmer. Parents were
Martin Gillihan (1824-1906 born in Tennessee) and
Sarah Catherine Howell (1833-1903) ? Kentucky.
Ref: #1, #3 & #5.
GILLIHAN, CLARISSA/CLARA
b. 12 Jun 1866 Sauvie Island, Oregon Territory, d. 26
Jan 1889 of typhoid pneumonia, age 22y 7m 14d. Int.
in SE 111-7 Line 2. (MARTIN GILLIHAN). She was
single. Parents were Martin Gillihan (1824-1906
born in Tennessee and Sarah Catherine Howell
(1833-1903) born in Kentucky. Ref: #1, #3.
GILLIHAN, MARTIN ALONZO Jr.
b. 20 Sep 1864 Sauvie Island, Oregon Territory, d. 4
Feb 1890 of typhoid pneumonia, age 25y 4m 15d.
Int. 8 Feb 1890 in SE 111 Line 2 (has marker "In
Loving Remembrance of Martin A. Gillihan."
(MARTIN GILLIHAN). P a r e n t s w e r e Martin
Gillihan (1824-1906 born in Tennessee) and Sarah
Catherine Howell (1833-1903 born in Kentucky).
Ref: #1, #3.
GILLIHAN, PRESLEY
b. 9 Jan 1861 Sauvies Island, Oregon Territory, d. 4
Apr 1949, age 88y 2m 26d. Int. 11 Apr 1949 in SE
111-5 Line 2. [A.J. ROSE & SON MORTUARY Portland, Oregon]. Parents were Martin Gillihan
(1824-1 9 0 6 b o r n i n T e n n e s s e e ) a n d S a r a h
Catherine Howell (1833-1903 born in Kentucky).
Ref: #1, #3 & #5.
GILLIHAN, WILLARD B.
b. 1874 Sauvies Island, Oregon Territory d. 2 Jun
1878 no cause of death was listed, age 4y. Int. in SE
111-8 Line 2 (has marker "In Loving Remembrance
of Willard B. Gillihan."[MARTIN GILLIHAN].
Parents were not listed but were probably Edwin
Gillihan and Anna Rebecca Leonard. Ref: #3.
SE 112
SE 112 All bought 4/25/1874 by Samuel Putnam
Marsh
MARSH, SAMUEL PUTNAM
b. 24 Mar 1827 Spencer Township, Medina County,
Ohio, d. 20 Mar 1897 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, age 69y 11m 20d. Int. Mar 1897 in SE
112 Line 1., He was first child born in Spencer
Township and was a direct descendent of John Marsh
and Ann Webster. In 1836, at the age of 9 years, his
father was killed in an accident and his mother had 6
fatherless children and had no income to care for
then. Samuel was apprenticed to a blacksmith for 5
years as was the custom for destitute and unwanted
children. Samuel was luck y a n d r e c e i v e d a n
education and could read and write. It seemed that
bad luck followed Samuel. In 1850 he signed on as a
blacksmith to an Oregon Bound Wagon Train; they
ran into a fight with the Pawnee Indians, who were
waiting for nearly defenseless, small size wagon
trains, robbing the wagon trains and killing the
emigrants who were about a 2 weeks from where
they had started and no soldiers help within days.
Later cholera broke out in his wagon train and
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Samuel became a victim and nearly died. After 6
months and five days the wagon train reached to The
Dalles, Oregon. Soon after Samuel got gold fever and
had visions of being rich by "picking up nuggets up
in wild onions" as tales of the strike said. He soon
went on to the California Gold Rush. In the year
1850-1851 he spent panning gold and had a polk, but
bad luck again followed him when he caught small
pox; while recovering his partner, who thought
Samuel would die anyway, absconded with all their
gold. Samuel Marsh was broke and discouraged and
got a job as a seaman on board a sailing ship that
went around the Horn of South America to the
eastern United States; after six years of being away
from Ohio, Samuel Marsh met and married Mary
Elizabeth Strong in Medina, Ohio. After their
marriage they went to the Oregon Territory via the
Isthmus of Panama and Samuel found employment as
a blacksmith at the Vancouver Barracks; he
eventually built a blacksmith and wagon shop in the
little settlement of Vancouver; also he was a builder
and eventually a building contractor, success was his;
In 1869, bad luck followed him again, their home and
blacksmith shop burned along with much of the town
of Vancouver. He with his family escaped only with
their night clothes. He later built a large theater
seating 1000 people and was a leader in early
Vancouver. Parents were John Marsh born in
Vermont and Clarrisa Adelaide Rodgers born in
Connecticut. Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1860, 1870, & 1880
Census.)
MARSH, MARY ELIZABETH
b. 29 Jun 1829 Connecticut, d. 25 Apr 1893, age 63y
8m 21d. Int. 27 Apr 1893 in SE 112 Line 1.(has
marker "Where immortal spirits reign There we shall
meet again.) She married 27 Jul 1856 Samuel P.
Marsh in Medina, Ohio, was a housewife and raised
eight children. She also had had a difficult life. Her
father was killed by a falling tree and her mother
"bound" the older children out to different people to
work for their keep. The mother remarried and left
the area. Mary Elizabeth had a cruel family she was
bound to, and didn't get educated, as they were
supposed to do, and when she was 14 she ran away
and taught herself to read and write. She had three of
her children die: (1) Eugene, (2) Wilber and (3)
Jennie all buried in the family plot SE 112 and the
other children were: (4) Clara Nevada who married
George Addison Whipple - they are buried in Fisher
Cemetery, (5) Harriet Adelaide married Charles J.
Stone, (6) John Lysander married Clara Rand, (7)
Jessie married Charles E. Sutton and (8) Samuel
Adelbirt March married Jennie Blurock. Parents
were Lysander Strong and Harriet Keith. Ref: #1,
#3 #6 (1860,1870 & 1880 Census).
MARSH, EUGENE D.
b. 14 May 1860 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington Territory, d. Feb 1863 no cause of death
was listed, age 2y 3m. Int. in SE 112 Line 1. Parents
were Samuel Putnam Marsh (1827-1897 born in
Ohio) and Mary Elizabeth Strong (1829-1893 born
in Connecticut). Ref: #1 & #3.
MARSH, JENNIE
b. 19 Apr 1867 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington Territory (a twin sister to Jessie Marsh
who married Charles) Sutton), d. 19 Apr 1867
stillborn, age 00y. Int. in SE 112 Line 1. Parents
were Samuel Putnam Marsh (1827-1897) born in
Spencer Township, Medina County, Ohio Mary
Elizabeth Strong (1829-1893) born in Connecticut.
Ref: #1, #3.
MARSH, WILBER L.
b. 14 May 1860 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 1 Jan 1884 cause of death
was not listed, age 23y 7m 13d. Int. in SE 112 Line 1.
Parents were Samuel Putnam Marsh (1827-1897)
born Spencer Township, Medina County, Ohio and
Mary Elizabeth Strong (1829-1 8 9 3 ) b o r n i n
Connecticut. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1860, 1870 & 1880
Census).
MARSH, IRENE
b. 12 Apr 1894 Clark County, Washington, d. 2 Dec
1895 of teething, age 20m. Int. 3 Dec 1895 in SE 112
Line 1 . Parents were Samuel Adelbert Marsh
(1869-1957) born in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory married 10 Oct 1893 Jennie
Harriet Blurock (1874-1959) born in Missouri. Ref:
#1, & #3.
SUTTON, CHARLES EDWARD
b. 30 Dec 1861 Ohio, d. 15 Jun 1928 of heart failure,
age 67y 5m 15d. Int. 16 Jan 1928 in SE 112-4 Line 1.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to Jessie
Marsh Sutton (1867-1928), a farmer who lived at
Battle Ground, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. A.C. Steckle of Battle Ground.
The funeral was 16 Jun 1928 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend W.C. Rossman. Ordered by
wife and her brother John Lysander Marsh (18641945). Charged to John L. Marsh and George A.
Whipple brother-in-law (1854-1939). Parents were
Frank Sutton born in Ohio and mother's name was
not listed. Ref: #1, #3 #4 & #6 (1870,1871,1880
Census).
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SUTTON, JESSIE MARSH
b. 27 Apr 1867 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington (a twin to Jennie Marsh who died at
birth), d. 7 Nov 1928 no cause listed, age 61y 6m
10d. Int. 9 Nov 1928 in SE 112-2 Line 1. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Charles E.
Sutton (1861-1928), a housewife, Methodist. Had a
son Donald Sutton (1904-1921). After her husband
Charles's death she lived with her sister Clara Nevada
Marsh Whipple (1857-1939 - Mrs. George Addison
Whipple). Jessie died at Good Samaritan Hospital in
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon attended by
Dr. Cathy of Portland. The funeral was 9 Nov 1928
10 AM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend W.C.
Rossman. Ordered by and charged to brother John
Lysander Marsh (1864-1945) of Vancouver with
nephew Lloyd Whipple as administrator. Parents
were Samuel Putnam Marsh (1827-1897) Ohio and
Mary Elizabeth Strong (1829-1 8 9 3 ) b o r n i n
Connecticut. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 &
1900 Census).
SUTTON, DONALD MARSH
b. 31 Jan 1904 Oregon, d. 2 May 1926 inanition of
the heart, age 22y 4m 1d. Int. 4 May 1926 in SE 112
Line 1. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, an invalid,
lived at Battle Ground, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. A.C. Steckle of Battle
Ground. The funeral was 4 May 1926 10:30 AM at
KNAPP Chapel with Reverend W.E. Rossman.
Charged to father, Charles E. Sutton. Parents were
Charles Edward Sutton (1860-1928) born in Ohio
and Jessie Marsh (1867-1921) born in Vancouver,
Clark County Washington Territory. Ref: #1 & #3 &
#4.
SE 113
SE 113 S/2 bought by Dr. William Bratton 4/28/1868
BRATTON, JOHN B.
20 Apr 1846 Verona, Columbia County, Wisconsin,
d. 27 Feb 1867, age 20y 1m 21d. Int. in SE 113-1
Line 1. Died in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory. He was a member of the
Masonic Order. NOTE: The Bratton Family came to
the United States in 1847 with the two oldest children
and settled in Verona Wisconsin. They arrived in
Vancouver 4 Dec 1852 when John Bratton was 6
years old after much hardships crossing over the
Oregon Trail with a covered wagon. Finally, after
uncertainty they were granted a Donation Claim La
Center in 1853. The mother, Mary Ann Bratton, died
shortly after twin girls were born in 1854, she is
probably buried on their claim. William Bratton Sr.
was by trade a brick layer. In 1855/56, during the
Indian uprising, he was Captain of the Lewis River
Rangers 2nd Regiment Washington Volunteers.
Parents were Captain William Bratton Sr. (1816after 1880) born in England and Mary Ann Garbelt
(died about 1854) born in England. Ref: #1, #3 #6
(1860 Census).
GRIFFIN, JAMES
b. 1855 Ohio, d. 22 Jul 1900 of dysentery, age 45y.
Int. 16 Jan 1901 in SE 113 N/2 Line 1. He was a
butcher; married to Clothida Amelia "Tillie" Heisen
(1870-1946) on 1 Dec 1890 at Battle Ground, Clark
County, Washington Territory. “Tillie” was a
daughter of Alexander Rhinehardt Heisen and Mary
Elizabeth Reylea. The James Griffin’s had 4
children: (1) Mary Olive (1891- ), (2) Clara (1895 - ),
(3) Harry (1897- ) and (4) Olive Griffin (ca 1901- ).
“Tillie” married (2nd) 1 Jan 1903 James M.
Sappinton (1857-1924) and they are buried in Park
Hill Cemetery. James Sappington was the son of John
W. Sappington and Luncida Lauglin). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
SE 114
SE 114 All bought about 4/1888 by William Stevens.
NOTE: There is a conflict between Vancouver City
Cemetery dates and the 1860 Clark County Census.
The Census has William Steven’s age 37y born in
Ohio and as Mary Ann age 32 born in France:
Children were: Charles W. age 11 and Theodore age
9 both born in Missouri, Edward age 7 born in
Oregon, Adeline 5, and Francis age 2 both born in
WT.
STEVENS, WILLIAM G.
b. 1817 St. Louis, Kentucky, d. Oct 1901, age 84y.
Int. 22 Oct 1901 in SE 114-4 Line 2. He was married
to Paula ( )(1824-1904). He was a miller, owned his
own home in 1900. Parents were not listed but
were born in the United States. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
& 1900 Census).
STEVENS, PAULINE/PAULINA
b. Jan 1821 France, d. 30 Oct 1904 of old age, age
83y 10m. Int. 31 Oct 1904 in SE 114 Line 2.
(WILLIAM STEVENS). She was the widow of
William Stevens (1817-1901), housewife, emigrated
to the US in 1852. Children were born in Missouri
and Washington: In the 1860 Census the children
were: (1) William Charles (1849- ) -he was in the
1871 Census and not the rest of the children, (2)
Theodore (1851-), (3) Edward (1854-1878 Missouri),
(4) Adeline (1855- ), (5) Frank/Francis (1858-1921
Washington- was an engineer in a mill), (6) Sarah b.
78
1862 Washington Territory in 1870 Census -).
Parents were not listed but were born in France.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
STEVENS, THEODORE EDWARD
b. May 1854 Missouri, d. 1878 (?), age 24y, a miller.
Int. 1878 in SE 114 Line 2. NOTE: he was listed in
the 1880 Clark County Census as age 26y living with
his parents house 44 61 District #3 in Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were William Steven’s (18171901) born in Kentucky and Puuline ( ) Steven’s
(1824-1904) born in France. Ref: #3 & #6 Clark
County, Washington Territory (1880 Census ? he
died in 1878).
STEVENS, FRANK
b. 22 Feb 1858 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington Territory, d. 2 Dec 1921 of a ruptured
aorta, age 63y 9m 10d. Int. 6 Dec 1921 (1) in SE 1141 Line 2 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. (The marker still
in place) but he was reburied in St. James Acres
Catholic Cemetery 27 May 1930 in family plot ? 240.
He was married to Mary Emma Strong (1857-? 1930)
daughter of Hiram H. Strong Sr. (1829-1904) and
Rebecca Turner (1837-1913) both buried in the
Washougal Cemetery). Frank Stevens was a marine
captain, Episcopalian, lived at 508 East 14th St.,
Vancouver, died at the St. John's Ferry attended by
Frank R. Menke for Coroner Smith of Portland. The
funeral was 6 Dec 1921 at KNAPP CHAPEL 10 AM
with Reverend Charles H. Powell. Charged to son
Earl Stevens of Vancouver (1895-1969) in same plot.
Parents were William Stevens (1817-1901) born in
Kentucky and Pauline ( ) Stevens (1824-1904)
born in France. Ref: #3, #4, & #6 (1880 Census).
STEVENS, HENRIETTA
b. 1856 Washington Territory, d. 22 Sep 1897 of
consumption, age 41y. Int. 25 Sep 1897 in SE 114
Line 2. She was married to Charles William Stevens
Jr. (1849/1850- Missouri) Children were all born in
Washington Territory: (1) Sarah (1874 -), (2) Charles
(1875-1900), and (3) Stella M. (1879-1888). Parents
were not listed but her father was born Michigan
and mother was born in Illinois. Ref #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
STEVENS, ALICE
1877 Washington, d. 19 Oct 1879 no cause of death
was listed, age 2y. Int. Oct 1879 in SE 114-8 Line 2.
Parents were William G. Stevens Jr. (1850 - ?) and
Haenrietta ( )(1856-1897) born in Washington.
Ref: #3.
b. 1879 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 15
Apr 1888, age 8y, died of a tumor. Int. in SE 114
N/2 Line 2. Parents were William G. Stevens Jr.
(1850- ?) and Henrietta ( ) (1856-1897). Ref: #3.
STEVENS, REBECCA
b. Feb 1885, d. 15 Dec 1888 of burns to the body, age
2y 10m, Int. 17 Dec 1888 in SE 114 Line 2. Parents
were William Stevens Jr. (1850- ?) and Henrietta ( )
(1856-1897). Ref: #3.
STEVENS, THOMAS CAFFERY
b. 1890, d. 3 May 1941 died of angina pectoris, age
51y. Int. 8 Jul 1941 in SE 114 Line 2. (WILLIAM
STEVENS) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Parents were William G. Stevens Jr. (1850- ?0 and
Henrietta (1856-1897) Ref: #3 & #5.
STEVENS, CHARLES W.
b. 1873 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 1900
of consumption, age 27y. Int. in SE 114 line 2.
(WILLIAM STEVENS). Parents were William C.
Stevens Jr. (1850-?) and Henrietta (1856-1897).
Ref: #3.
SE 115
SE 115 All bought 1874 by Smith Maynes
SE 115 All bought 2/14/1881 by James Jamison
MAYNES, SMITH
b. 10 Jul 1831 Roscommon, Ireland, d. 20 Aug 1880,
age 49y, a saloon keeper. Int. in SE 115-8 Line 3.
Parents were not listed but were both born in
Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
HALL, GEORGE M.
b. Apr 1884 California, d. 15 Jun 1967 of heart
failure, age 83y 2m. Int. 21 Jun 1967 in SE 115-1
Line 3. (SMITH MAYNES) [SWANK
MORTUARY-Camas, Washington] Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SE 116
SE 116 all bought by Jesse T. Bowles 10/16/1882
BOWLES, JESSE T.
b. 1830 Maryland, 20 Jun 1906, age 76y. Int. 21 Jun
1906 in SE 116-6 Line 4. (SELF). He was married to
Minerva Catherine Wilson (1841-1926), daughter of
General Anthony Wilson and Sarah Switzler. He was
a clerk in 1860. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1 &
#3 & #6 (1860 Census).
BOWLES, MINERVA WILSON
STEVENS, STELLA M.
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b. 30 Oct 1841 Missouri, d. 27 Sep 1926 senile, age
84y 9m 3d. Int. 30 Sep 1926 in SE 116-4. She was
the widow of Jesse T. Bowles (1830-1906).Parents
were General Anthony Wilson (1819-1849) born
Saline County, Missouri and Sarah Switzler (18171852) born in Virginia/Kentucky. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1860 Census.)
BOWLES, JOHN B.
b. 5 Oct 1862 Clark County, Washington Terrtority,
d. 14 Oct 1882 no cause of death was listed, age 20y
9d. Int. in SE 116-3 Line 4 (has marker "Departed
this life Oct 14 1882 Aged 20y 9d's "Fessus Est
Quietus") (JESSE T. BOWLES). Parents were
Jessie Bowles (1830-1906) and Minerva Catherine
Wilson (1841-1926). Ref: #1 & #3
WILSON, SARAH (SWITZLER) LOGSDEN,
WILSON, STODDARD
b. 17 Jul 1818 (or 26 Dec 1817 on marker age 34y
3m 11d) Virginia or Kentucky, d. 6 Apr 1852 in
Oregon, Int. Apr 1852 in SE 116-8 line 4 (has marker
"Departed this life"). (JESSE T. BOWLES). She was
a 1/2 sister of Cynthia Charity (Switzler), Nye, Shaw
(they had different mothers). Sarah Logsden Wilson
Stoddard lived in Oregon. married (1) 19 Jun 1836 at
Saline County, Missouri William Logsden (who died
in 1837) had daughter (a) Mary E. Logsden, Sarah
married (2) 30 Dec 1840 in Saline County, Missouri
General Anthony Wilson (who died 14 Feb 1849 at
Hangtown, California); they had children:(b)
Minerva Catherine (ca 1840 Missouri-1926) who
married Jesse Bowles, (c) Sarah who married Alex
M. Brown, (d) John Greenville Wilson married
Maude ( ) and lived in San Fransico, California, and
(e) James Hamilton Wilson married Mary Wells.
Sarah Switzler, Longsden, Wilson married (3) 10 Apr
1851 in Clackimas, Oregon Thomas H. Stoddard
Note: Asa A. Stoddard (1823-1893) in SW 25 S/2
Line 9 may have been related to Thomas Stoddard.
Parents were John Switzler (1789-1855) born in
Pennsylvania and married (2) in 1811 Elizabeth Lee
who died in 1826 born in Virginia. Ref: #1 & #3.
JOHNSON, RONALD C. Dr.
b. 11 May 1937, d. 22 Jun 1967 in a train accident,
age 30y 1m 11d. Int. 28 Jun 1967 in SE 116-2 Line 4.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, HOUSTON B.
b.? d.? , Int. 3 Jul 1984 in SE 116-1 Line 4 Ashes.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 117
SE 117 All bought by Horace Daniels
DANIELS, WILLIAM BYRON
b. 1 Nov 1817 Ohio, d. 21 Apr 1894, age 77y 5m
20d. Int. Apr 1894 in SE 117-1 Line 5. (HORACE
DANIELS). He was married to Sarah Hall (18241907) born in New York (buried in SW 103 Line 10).
They came west in 1853 and had a Donation Land
Claim in near Lafayette, Yamhill County, Oregon,
later they moved to St. Helens Oregon and finally to
Clark County, Washington Territory. Their children
were: (1) W. Byron Daniels (1848-1900) married
Rosina ( ) and they had two daughters. In the 1870
Census he was a law student living with H.G. Strieve,
a lawyer. (2) G. Hubert Daniels (1850-1890) married
Anna F. Wintler; (3) Horace G. Daniels (1855-1882)
married Mary E. Hague; and (4) Thurston Edward
Daniels (1858-1926) married Mollie Miller. William
Byran Daniels Sr. was appointed Territorial Governor
of Idaho by President Abraham Lincoln. In 1870 he
moved his family to Clark County Washington
Territory. Parents were not listed but were both
born in Ohio. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
DANIELS, HORACE G.
b. 12 Dec 1854 Yamhill County Oregon, d. 3 Nov
1882 cause of death was not listed, age 27y 10m 21d.
Int. Nov 1882 in SE 117-1 Line 5. (SELF). His
parents came west in 1853 and the first home was in
Yamhill County, Oregon. Horace was a steamboat
captain, married in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory 9 Sep 1878 to Mary E. Hague
(ca 1860 she probably married 2nd James L. Garratt).
She and her brother, Charles Hague lived in the 1870,
1871 Census with their mother, Elizabeth, and her
2nd husband Lewis Meyers both born in Germany.
Elizabeth and Louis Meyers had three children by
1870. Parents were William G. Daniels (1817-1894)
born in Ohio and Sarah Hall (1824-1907) born in
New York. William G. Daniels was appointed
Territorial Governor of Idaho by President Abraham
Lincoln). Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
GARRETT, MARY L.
b. Feb 1894, d. 13 Apr 1896 of pleurisy and
pneumonia, age 2y 3m. Int. 15 Apr 1896 in SE 117
Line 5. (H. DANIELS). Parents were not listed but
were probably James L. Garratt born Jul 1861
Oregon owned 36 acres farm and Mary E. (Hague)
Garrett born in 1866 in Washington, Territory. Ref:
#3.
SE 118
SE 118 S/2 bought 3/25/1904 by J.L. Truesdell
SE 118 N/2 bought 4/8/1904 by S.L. Keith of
Vancouver
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KEITH, JOSEPHINE
b. 1866, d. 7 Apr 1904 died in childbirth, age 38y.
Int. 9 Apr 1904 in SE 118 N/2 Line 6. (S.L. KEITH).
{NO RECORD]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 120 N/2 bought 9/23/1881 by Pricilla Spurgeon
SE 120 N/2 bought by William Henry Goldbeck
SE 120 S/2 bought before 1876 by Columbus
McDonald
SMITH, GLADYS E.
b. 1890 Kansas, d. 13 Nov 1985 died of heart failure,
age 95y. Int. 19 Nov 1985 SE 118-1 S/2 (SELF)
[ACACIA FUNERAL HOME]. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
GOLDBECK, WILLIAM HENRY *
b. ca 1815 Berlin, Germany, d. 18 Jun 1893
pneumonia, age 78y. Int. Jun 1893 in SE 120 N/2
Line 8 (PRICILLA SPURGEON). He was married to
Rachel Black (1824-1899) 5 Feb 1855 in Clark
County, Washington. He arrived in the Oregon
Territory in 1849/1850 and became a US Citizen in
1853. He then filed for 320 acres of Donation Land
on 15 Jul 1853 located on Fourth Plain area. The
Golbecks after they had raised their children sold the
farm and moved into Vancouver City. He served in
the Indian Uprising of 1855. The William Golbecks
belonged to the St. Lukes Episcopal Church. William
died at home on 8th St. in Vancouver. NOTE:
William Henry Goldbeck was probably married in
Prussia because Arnold Goldbeck born in 1835 had a
farm next to his; Arnold Goldbeck was not in the
1870 Census. Parents were not listed but were
born in Prussia Germany. Ref. #1, #3 & #6 (1860,
1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
DAVIS, WILLIAM B. *
b. 1833 Pennsylvania, d. 24 Mar 1904 of old age, age
71. Int. Mar 1904 26 Mar 1904 in SE 118 S/2 Line 6.
(HARVEY L. TUESDELL). He was a Civil War Vet
Co. H S. Pennsylvania H.A. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
TRUESDELL, HARVEY L.
b. 1860 ? Canada, d. 1933, age 73y. Int. 1933 in SE
118 Line 6. {NO RECORD} Note: his sister may be
Annie Parmentier (1862-1925) who was the wife of
John Parmentier. Harvey Truesdell was not listed in
the Clark County Census. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
TRUESDELL, ESTELLA VIRGINIA
b. Nov 1859 Pennsylvania, d. 2 Jan 1944 of
pneumonia, age 84y 2m. Int. 6 Jan 1944 in SE 118
S/2 Line 6. (HARVEY L. TRUESDELL) [MILLER
TRACEY MORTUARY -Portland, Oregon]. She was
married to Harvey Truesdell (1860-1933). Parents
w e r e William B. Davis (1833-1904) born in
Pennsylvania and wife. Ref: #3 & #5.
TRUESDELL, INDIA NELLY
b. 1884 Kansas, d. 13 Jun 1945 of cancer, age 60y +.
Int. 19 Jun 1945 SE 118 S/2 Line 6. (HARVEY L.
TRUESDELL). [MILLER TRACEY MORTUARYPortland, Oregon]. Parents probably were Harvey
L. Tresdell and Estella Virginia Davis. Ref: #3 &
#5.
TRUESDELL, MILLY E.
b. Jul 1901 Nebraska, d. 25 Mar 1952 of pneumonia,
age 50y 8m. Int. 31 Mar 1952 in SE 118-3 Line 6.
(H. TRUESDELL). P a r e n t s w e r e Harvey L.
Truesell (1860-1933) and Estella Virginia Davis
(1859-1944). Ref: #3
SE 119
SE 119 bought by L.M.S.D.
SE 120
GOLDBECK, RACHEL
b. ca 1824 Pennsylvania, d. 31 Mar 1899 of old age,
age 75, Int. 2 Apr 1899 in SE 120 N/2 Line 8.
(PRICILLA SPURGEON). She was married to
William H. Goldbeck, housewife. Their children in
1871 were (1) John Henry (b. 1856, (2) Charlotte (b.
1857-1932) married (a) 4 Dec 1877 John Burkhart,
married 7 Apr 1883 (b) Corp. James C. Strong both
are buried in the Vancouver Post Military Cemetery
(3) Henrietta (b. 1858) m. 19 May 1875 Thomas E.
Cloud, and (4) Agnes Augusta (b. 1860) married 21
Oct 1880 George Allen. Parents were named "Mr.
& Mrs. Black". Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870. 1871,
1880 Census).
STRONG, WILLIAM
b. Oct 1884 Washington, d. 21 May 1904 of typhoid
fever, age 20y. Int. 23 May 1904 in SE 120 N/2 Line
8. (WILLIAM HENRY GOLBECK). William Strong
was single and a fisherman. Parents were James
Curtis Strong (1850-1932) born in Ohio Washington
Corp. 4 US Art. married 7 Apr 1883 Charlotte
Goldbeck (1857-1 9 3 2 ) b o r n i n Clark County
Washington Territory. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
SE 121
SE 121 N/2 bought 5/15/1882 by John Banzer
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SE 121 S/2 bought 5/15/1882 by Edward F. Tempess
BONZER, JOHN
b. 1803, Bonzer's Run, Scioto County, Ohio, died 8
Mar 1893 of heart failure, age 89y. First was buried
at Fort Vancouver Cemetery and then he and his wife
Rebecca were transferred to SE 121 Line 9 (JAMES
BONSER). The Isaac Bonser family moved to Pike
County, Illinois. John Bonzer was married there 27
Mar 1827 in Illinois to Rebecca W. Halstead (18031864). They came west with their six children over
the Oregon Trail in 1847. Parents were Isaac
Bonser and Abigail Burt. Ref: #1 & #3.
BONSER, REBECCA
b. 19 Jun 1803, d. 2 Jul 1864, age 61y 13d, first
buried at the Fort Vancouver Cemetery and then
transferred to SE 121 Line 6. (JAMES BONSER).
She was married to John Bonser, housewife. Traveled
in 1847 over the Oregon Trail. Had six children.
Children were (1) Stephen D. Bonzer (1829-1917)
died at The Dalles, Oregon, married Mahala Thomas
Taylor, (2) James Halstead Bonzer (1832-1909)
married Hannah Thomas he is buried in a Santa Anna
California Cemetery, (3) Martha Bonser married
Marquis de Lafayette "Lafe" Armstrong, (4)
E l i z a b e t h B o n s e r m a r ri e d D a n i e l " B o o n e "
Armstrong, (5) Hannah Bonser married Alvin Styles
and (6) Abigail M. Bonser married .....Castro.
Parents were Mr. &. Mrs. Halstead. Ref: #1, #3
ARMSTRONG, SAMUEL E.
b. Dec 1890, d. 16 Jul 1891, age 8m, died of infant
"Summer Complaint. Int. 17 Jul 1891 in SE 121 N/2
Line 9. P a r e n t s w e r e Abigail M. Bonser and
Marquis de Lafayette "Lafe" Armstrong. Ref: #3.
BATON, GEORGE
b. 1891, d. 12 Mar 1893, age 2y, died of chronic
diarrhea. Int. 14 Mar 1893 in SE 121 Line 9. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 122
SE 122 All bought 11/12/1878 by J.J. Hendrickson
HATHAWAY, ORRIN BATES
b. 29 Jun 1859 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 17 Nov 1935 of cancer, age 76y 4m
18d. Int. 19 Nov in SE 122-1 Line 10. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married 24 Jun 1891 to Dolla
Bennett (1869-1952) daughter of Alexander Bennett
and Margaret Hendrickson buried beside husband has
marker). He was a farmer, lived at 3101 "P" ST.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. C.C. Wilcox of Portland. The funeral
was 19 Nov 1935 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend Martindale Woods of Vancouver. Also in
the Hathaway plot is daughter Margaret Hathaway
(1900-1915 has marker). Ordered by Mrs. Dolla
Hathaway and sons:. Charged to Mrs. Dolla
Hathaway and Duck Shooting Credit of $25 ? (1937).
Parents were Jeremiah Smith Hathaway (18241876 born in Herkimer County, New York (the son
of Nadah Hathaway and Abigail Beebe) and Isabella
Electa Bates (1827-1914) born in Niles or Berrien
County Michigan (daughter of Dennis Bates and
Isabella Bronson). In 1852 they and Jeremiah's
brother Marshall joined a Wagon Train led by John
Johnson of Umpqua, Oregon. They expected to go to
California via the Santa Fe Trail, but the Indians were
on a rampage so they turned north for Oregon. They
took in Jabez D. Knapp and his wife, Lucy, who was
suffering from cholera and had been set adrift. The
Hathaways's nursed them but the wife Lucy died and
Isabella caught the cholera and nearly died. Their son
Jeremiah died near the Dalles Oregon 23 Oct 1852
and is buried by the Cascades near the Bridge of The
Gods. After living in Portland several years Jeremiah
took out a Donation claim near Ridgefield,
Washington and started a diary business, He was a
Probate Judge of Clark County, Washington. Ref: #1,
#3, #4 & #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 and 1900 Census).
HATHAWAY, DOLLA (BENNETT)
b. 1 Sep 1867 Philomath, Benton County Oregon, d.
24 Jan 1952 of a heart attack, age 84y 3m, 23d. Int.
2 9 J a n 1 9 5 2 i n SE 122-2 L i n e 1 0 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY] [HENDRICKSON] . She was married
24 Jun 1891 to Orin Bates Hathaway (1859-1935).
Dolla was a housewife, helped her husband attended
to their dairy. They had six children:(1) Lloyd Bates
(1892-1917) married Annis Ester Scotton, they lived
on Government Island (now in Oregon) (2) Melvin
Bennett Hathaway (1893- ?) married Julia Lengel,
they lived in Richfield, Clark County, Washington;
(3) Ida Hathaway (1895- ?) married Otto Meyer, they
lived in Vernonia, Oregon (4) Leo Hathaway (1897?) married Beulah Potter, (5) Margaret Hathaway
(1900-1915), (6) Ernest (1904-?), twin to Erma,
married Edna Simmons and (7) Erma Hathaway
(1904-?), twin to Ernest, married Lloyd Groat, and 1
stepson George N. Miller of Forest Grove, Oregon.
Parents were Alexander Bennett (1824-1907) born
in Pennsylvania died in Philomath a United
Breathren Minister and Margaret Hendricksen
(1840-1874) born in Iowa. Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1900
Census).
HATHAWAY, MARGARET
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b. 11 Jan 1900 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 14 Nov 1915 of tubercular
meningitis, age 15y 10m 3d. Int. 16 Nov 1915 in SE
122-5 Line 10. NOTE: in the 1900 Census she is
named Dalla M., single, student, Methodist, lived at
Columbia Blvd. and Culley Lane in Vancouver,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. C.C.
Wilcox of Vancouver. The funeral was 16 Nov 1915
12 PM with Reverend E.L. Benedict. Charged to Orin
Bates Hathaway RD #1 Portland, Oregon. Parents
we r e Orin B. Hathaway born (1859-1936) near
Ridgefield, Washington and Dolla Bennett born
(1869-1952) at Philomath, Oregon b o t h f r o m
pioneer families. NOTE: A head board was ordered
13 Oct 1928 for Sophia Hatten Hendrickson
(maternal grandmother to Dolla Bennett Hathaway)
born 1 Feb 1817 died 10 Mar 1901, age 84y 1m 9d)
she was the mother of Margaret Hendrickson
Bennett. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 123
SE 123 N/2 bought by J.G. Downs
SE 123 S/2 bought 9/9/1884 by Milton Wolf
WOLFE, MILTON/CHILLAN
b. 1841, d. 25 Aug 1886 died in an accident age 45y.
Int. 26 Aug 1886 in SE 123 Line 11. (has marker "He
died among strangers, but not without friends. In
Memory of him, we have erected this tomb Milton
Cheillan Wolfe. (W. MILLER) Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
SE 124
SE 124 bought by John Robert Cissna 1885
CISSNA, JOHN ROBERT *
b. Sep 1842 West Virginia, d. 19 Dec 1904 of
apoplexy, age 62y 3m. Int. 21 Dec 1904 in SE 124
Line 12. He was the widower to Helen Rebecca
Cissna (1847-1883). He was a Quartermaster &
teamster Department of US Army until 1902, died at
St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. In the Clark County 1900 Census he and
his daughter Grace lived with the Anson C. Wilson.
The John Robert and Helen Cissna had 2 daughters
(1) May C. (1874-1961) married Anson C. Wilson
(1865-1925) both buried in SE 124 Line 12 and (2)
Grace Cissna (1882- ?) who was a school teacher.
Parents were not listed but his father was born in
Ohio and his mother was born in Illinois. Ref: #3
& #6 (1900 Census).
CISSNA, HELEN REBECCA
b. 1847 Michigan, d. 14 Sep 1883 no cause listed,
age 36y. Int. Sep 1883 in SE 124 Line 12. She was
married to John Robert Cissna (1842-1904). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
WILSON, ANSON C.
b. Mar 18 1863 Canada-Eng, d. 15 Nov 1925 of
pneumonia, age 62y 8m. Int. Nov 1925 in SE 124-1
Line 12. (KATE HAVEN). He was a naturalized
citizen in 1888, a school teacher and rented his home.
P a r e n t s w e r e n a m e d "Wilson" both born in
Canada-Eng. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WILSON, MAY C.
b. Dec 1874 West Virginia, d. 23 Oct 1961 died of
coronary heart disease, age 86y 10m. Int. in SE 124-2
Line 12. (JOHN CISSNA). She was the widow of
Anson C. Wilson (1863-1925). Had children born in
Washington: (1) Helen Wilson (Aug 1896), (2)
Robert E. Wilson (Oct 1897) and (3) Eunice Wilson
(Jul 1899). Parents were John Robert Cissna (18421904) born in West Virginia and Helen Rebecca
Cissna (1847-1883) born in Micigan both buried in
SE 124 Line 12. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WILSON, ROBERT CISSNA
b. Oct 1897 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 31 Oct 1918 of pneumonia during the 1918 flu
epidemic, age 21y. Int. 4 Nov 1918 in SE 124-5 Line
12. [JOHN R. CISSNA]. Parents were Anson C.
Wilson (1863-1925) Canada and May C. Cissna
born in West Virginia. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
DOUBY, ELIZABETH
b. Jan 1906, d. 5 Feb 1907, age 1y 11m, Child. Int.
Feb 1907 in SE 124 S/2 Line 12. (JOHN ROBERT
CISSNA). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 125
PRATT, EDWARD E.
b. Jul 1887 Pennsylvania, d. 25 Aug 1947 of heart
failure, age 60y 1m. Int. 28 Aug 1947 in SE 125-7
Line 13. (ESTATE) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Probably married to Nellie L. Pratt (18831968). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
PRATT, NELLIE L.
b. Mar 1883 Michigan, d. 20 Jun 1968 no cause of
death was listed, age 85y 3m. Int. 22 Jun 1968 in SE
125-6 Line 13. (SELF) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
PRATT, JOHN EDWARD
b. 15 Aug 1923 Pennsylvania, d. 1 Jul 1937 of an
accident, age 13y 10m. Int. in SE 125 N/2 Line 13.
(E.E. PRATT) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
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CHAPEL]. Parents were Edward E. Pratt (18871947) born in Pennsylvania and Nellie L. ( ) Pratt
(1883-1968) born in Michigan. Ref: #3 & #5.
HAVEN, CHARLES D.
b. Oct 1820, d. 20 Jan 1907 liver ailment, age 87y.
Int. 22 Jan 1907 in SE 125 S/2 Line 13. [KATE
HAVEN]. A farmer, widower of Frances L. Haven
(born 1826 New York - died after 1871. Had children
in 1871 Clark County Census: (1) Frances born (1852
New York) and (2) George E. (born 1854 in New
York). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 #6 (1871
Census).
HAVEN, CHESTER RAY
b. 1902, d. 11 Mar 1941 of an accident, age 39y. Int.
in SE 125-2 Line 13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He
was married to (?) Edna Haven. Parents were not
listed, but parents or grandparents may have been
George E. Haven (1853-bef 1900 born in New York
son of Charles D. Haven (1820-1907 born in New
York and Frances L. Haven 1826-) and Clara
Eddings (1858-1942 born in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington. Ref: #2 & #3. Note: Clark
County Washington 1900 Census lists Clara Eddings
Haven as being a widow and has a daughter Clara B.
Haven born in 1881 in Canada (a Milliner) living
with her.
WEIBUSEN/WUBUSCH, MYRTLE
b. 1901, d. 16 Mar 1943 of a cerebral blood clot due
to a hemorrhage, age 42y. Int. Mar 1943 in SE 125
Line 13. “Tillie” was a daughter of Alexander
Rhinehardt Heisen and Mary Elizabeth Reylea.
(KATE HAVEN). [PEARSON MORTUARY]
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SE 126
SE 126 All bought 2/7/1907 by E.O. Rohrer. Note:
An Eugene Oliver Rohrer b. 11 Jan 1910- (son of
Christian A. Rhorer and Laura May Kirk) married
Winnefred Elizabeth Blair the daughter of Coy Blair
and Laura Ethel Ernest). E.O. Rohrer must have been
Eugene Oliver's grandfather.
ROHRER, MILTON
b. Feb 1842 Kentucky, d. 22 Nov 1921 of heart
failure, age 79y 9m. Int. 23 Nov 1921 in SE 126-2
Line 14. Parents were not listed, but Daniel Rohrer
may be a relative (1804 born in Maryland - a laborer
Ref: (1870 Census). Ref: #2 & #3.
RHORER, KATE
b. 1845 Kentucky, d. 9 May 1922 at Carbonado,
Pierce County, Washington, age 77y. Int. 11 May
1922 in SE 126-2 Line 14 [KNAPP MORTUARY]
(no marker-no record). The funeral was 11 May 1922
2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL. She was married to
Milton Rohrer, a housewife. The doctor was not
listed. Charged to Chester Rhorer. She also had a son
William Rhorer who married Louisa Blackburn
(daughter of Thomas Blackburn and Sara Frances
Counts) as her first marriage. Parents were not
listed, but were named "Sasensen" . Ref: #2, #3 &
#4.
RHORER, EDWARD
b. Jan 1869, d. 25 Aug 1949 arteriosclerosis, age 80y
7m. Int. 29 Aug 1949 in SE 126-3 Line 14. (SELF)
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to Minnie
Rhorer (1877-1956). Parents were not listed. Ref #3
& #4.
RHORER, ELLA E.
b. 4 Jan 1871 Missouri, d. 19 Dec 1934 of heart
failure, age 63y 11m 15d. Int. 21 Dec 1934 in SE
126-4 Line 14. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married to Edward Rhorer [1869-1949], housewife,
Four Square Gospel Church, lived at 113 NE Fargo,
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home
attended by Dr. R.W. Watters of Portland. The
funeral was 21 Dec 1934 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Elwell of Vancouver (4 Sq. Gospel).
Ordered by and charged to husband Edward Rhorer.
Parents were Martin E. Meyers and mother's name
not known both born in Missouri. Ref: #3 & #4.
RHORER, MINNIE
b. 1877, d. 16 May 1956 of a stroke, age 79y. Int. 17
May 1 9 5 6 i n SE 126-1. Line 14 (has marker).
[CHAPEL OF CHIMES - Portland, Oregon). Widow
of Edward Rhorer (1869-1949). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
HAVEN, HAZEL
b. Jul 1898 (County 1900 Census dates her birth as
Aug 1887 at the age 12 she was born in Washington
Territory), d. 16 Nov 1975 of heart failure, age 77y
3m. Int. 19 Nov 1975 in SE 126-5 Line 14. Parents
were (?) Charles and Clara Haven. Ref: #3, #6
(1900 Census).
SE 127
SE 127 All bought 1/8/1907 by William H Ownby
OWNBY, WILLIAM HENRY *
b. 1 Apr 1844 Virginia, d. 13 Mar 1918 chronic
bright's disease, age 73y 11m 12d. Int. 16 Mar 1918
in SE 127-2 Line 15. Widower to Elizabeth A. Hunt
(1847-1905) who was born in New Jersey, he was a
84
farmer and lived at Goldendale Klickitat County,
Washington, died at home no doctor was listed. Body
arrived in Vancouver 15 Mar 1918 at 7:10 PM for
funeral at grave site conducted by Ellsworth Post
GAR with Reverend Horace Williston. Charged to
C.H. Ownby. NOTE: Sarah Harriett Ruth Cresap
(daughter of Robert Vinton Cresap and Phoebe
Caroline Van Atta) married 14 Jun 1904 (1) William
Adolph Ownby probably a son William Henry
Ownby. Parents were not listed, but were born in
Virginia. Ref #1, #6 (1900 Census).
OWNBY, ELIZABETH A.
b. 25 Dec 1847 New Jersey, d. 6 Jan 1905 of
pneumonia, age 58y 0m 12d. Int. 8 Jan 1905 in SE
127-1 Line 15 (has marker "At Rest".) Married to
William H. Ownby (1844-1918). Parents were
named "Mr. & Mrs. Hunt" both born in New
Jersey. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1900 Census).
OWNBY, ELIZABETH M.
b. 1906 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, d. 5
Feb 1907 of an enlarged liver. Int. 7 Feb 1907 in SE
127-10 Line 15. Parents were William Adolph
Ownby (1882-born in Kansas) and Sarah Harriet
Ruth Cresap
(1889 born Clark County
Washington). Ref: #1, #3.
SE 128
SE 128 S/2 bought 2/20/1908 by Fred W. Bier
BIER, FREDERICK W. (FRED)
b. 1 Feb 1852 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 26 Apr 1928 of an abscess of the liver
and pneumonia, age 76y 2m 25d. Int. 29 Apr 1928 in
SE 128-5 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married (1) 30 Nov 1875 to Louisa "Minnie"
Armenia Ginder (1854-1908) and (2) Julia Ginder
Hollingsworth. Fred Bier was Post Master of
Vancouver (1889-1894), Secretary of the Grand
Lodge of the I.O.O.F. His sister, Louisa, was married
to William E. Carter, their father was a soldier in the
first troops sent to serve Fort Vancouver. Fred Bier,
when he died, lived at 618 South 13th Street,
Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, attended by a
doctor from Tacoma. The remains were sent from
BUCKLEY KING CO. of Tacoma to KNAPP
FUNERAL CHAPEL for the funeral 29 Apr 1928 2
PM at Memorial Hall in Vancouver, Washington
with the services by the I.O.O.F. Grand Lodge with
the Honorable Louis Hart officiating. Ordered by
Buckley King Co. and Mr. & Mrs. James Contra.
Charged to wife, Julia (Ginder) Bier who's first
husband was Allen Hollingsworth, sister of Louisa
"Minnie" Ginder Bier. Parents were Thomas Bier
born in Hanover (Germany) and his mother was
born in Ireland. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #5 & # 6 (1880 &
1900 Census).
BIER, MINNIE (LOUISA GINDER)
b. 29 Aug 1854 Clark County, Washington, d. 19 Feb
1908 of heart failure, age 53y 5m 21d. Int. in SE 128
S/2 Line 16. She was married 30 Jan 1875 to
Fred/Frederick Bier, she was a housewife. Had
daughters (1) Stella (1877- ), (2) Myrtle (1879- )
and (3) Freda (1898- ). Her sister Julia Ginder
Hollingsworth married 2nd Fred Biers as his 2nd
wife, after Minnie's death. Parents were William
Ginder (1815-1890) born Clinton County, Ohio (a
widower (1) married to Lucinda Evans - they had at
least 4 children, she died in May 1852 while crossing
the plains in a wagon train) and Louisa Almeda
Powers Bowers ( 1 8 2 7-1 8 8 1 b u r i e d i n B a k e r
Oregon) who was in the same wagon train (a widow
with 3 children) she had 6 children by William
Ginder. Her parents were David Powers a n d
stepmother Julia Ann and their eight children. The
Powers' settled on the Oregon side of the Columbia
River. Ref: #1, #3.
THOMPSON, CHARLES EDWARD
b. 28 Apr 1854, d. 23 May 1913 of anemia, 59y 0m
2 5 d . I n t . i n SE 128-1 N / 2 L i n e 1 6 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (He has a marker-listed as C.E.
Thompson). He was married to Cora Minkler. He
was a stationary engineer, Christian Alliance Church,
lived at 509 West 12th St. Vancouver, Clark County
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Miles U.
Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was 24 May 1913 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Floyd A.
Ross. Charged to Mr. G.W. Smith 704 West 12th St.
Vancouver and Mrs. George N. Thompson. Parents
were not listed. Ref #3, #4.
THOMPSON, CORA ALMEDA
b. 4 Jan 1866 Ohio, d. 21 Aug 1933 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 67y 7m 17d. Int. 24 Aug 1933 in SE
128-2 Line 16 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. (She has a
marker "Meda Thompson). She the widow of Charles
Edward Thompson (1854-1913), A Christian,
housework- she was employed at her sister's home,
lived with her sister Mrs. G.W. Smith 314 West 24th
St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. L.E. Hockett of Vancouver.
The funeral was 24 Aug 1933 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Dr. Herbert F. Jones of
Vancouver and Reverend L. Wells of Vancouver.
Ordered by and charged to sister Mrs. G.W. Smith.
Parents were Edgar Minkler born in Ohio and
Melissa Hill born in New York. Ref: #3 & #4.
85
JOHNSON, OLE FRANKLIN (Capt) *
b. 29 Jan 1838 Norway, d. 5 Jun 1913, age 75y 4m
7d. Int. 8 Jun 1913 in SE 128 N/2 (two graves) Line
16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to
Elizabeth/Lizzie ( ) (1852-1944). He was a retired
soldier. A Civil War Vet CO K 46th Illinois Inf. He
was a bailiff of the Superior Court, lived at 1004
West 12th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Edward F.
Hixon of Vancouver. The funeral was 8 Jun 1913 2
PM at the I.O.O.F. Hall. Charged to George M.
Johnson of Vancouver Washington an Mrs. McIrvin.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH "LIZZIE"
b. Nov 1852 Germany, d. 1 Jan 1944 of the Flu, age
91y 11m. Int. 4 Jan 1944 in SE 128 Line 16
(ESTATE) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
[She has a marker "Wife"). She was married to Ole
Franklin Johnson. Children were all born in Kansas
in 1900 Clark County Census were: (1) Henry b. Oct
1879, (2) George b. Nov 1882 and (3) Edson b.
(1888-1948). Parents were not listed but were born
in Germany. Ref: #3, #5 & #6 (1900 Census).
JOHNSON, OLY EDSON "DOC"
b. 30 Jun 1888 Kansas, d. 23 Aug 1948 of carcinoma
of the colon, age 60y 1m 23d. Int. 8 Sep 1948 in SE
128 N/2 Line 16 [LIMBERS FUNERAL HOME].
(has a marker "Oley Edson, Husband, Dad,
Grandpa". He was married, listed in 1900 Census as
"Edson". P a r e n t s w e r e Ole Franklin Johnson
(1838-1913) born in Norway and Elizabeth ( )
Johnson (1852-1944) born in Germany. Ref: #3, #5
& #6 (1900 Census).
JOHNSON, C. F.
b. ?, d. Jun 1913. Int. 5 Jun 1913 in SE 128 N/2 Line
16. He was married to Adye Johnson (1877-1918).
Parents were probably Ole Franklin Johnson
(1838-1913 born in Norway and Elizabeth ( )
Johnson (1852-1944) born in Germany. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, ADYE
b. Dec 1877, d. 13 Sep 1918 died in a rail road
accident, age 41y 9m. Int. in SE 128 N/2 Line 16.
She was the wife of C.F. Johnson, Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
SE 129
SE 129 All bought 10/2/1877 by Rachel Forbusch
b. 1824 Dalmacia, Italy, d. 20 Oct 1886 at Columbia
Grove in an accident, age 62, Int. 26 Oct 1886 in SE
129 Line 16. (RACHEL FORBUSCH & M. WOLF).
A Fisherman, retired soldier Co. D 23rd US Infantry.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
FORBUSCH, ANTON A.M.E.
b. 3 Jun 1868 Dalmatia/Austria, d. 5 Apr 1885
drowned in a fishing accident, age 16y 9m 2d, Int. 6
J u n 1 8 8 5 i n S E 1 2 9 L i n e 16. (RACHEL
FORBUSCH) Parents were .....Forbusch (brother to
Pascal/Pascid Forbusch) and Margaret Forbusch.
Ref: #3.
FORBUSCH, P.C. (PASCAL/PASCID) Jr.
b. 2 Sep 1877 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 7 Sep 1877 Vancouver, Washington, age
5 days. Int. Sep 1877 in SE 129 Line 16. [RACHEL
FORBUSCH]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 130
SE 130 All bought 4/29/1884 by Harold Elbon
ELBON, HAROLD F.
b. 14 Nov 1845, d. 28 Feb 1916 brights disease and
paralysis, age 70y, 3m, 14d. Int. 29 Feb 1916 (leap
year) in SE 130-1 Line 15.[KNAPP MORTUARY].
He was married to Mary ( ) Elbon (1849-1893), he
was a millwright, lived at Rainier Columbia County
Oregon, died at home attended by a local doctor. The
funeral was 29 Feb 1916 at KNAPP CHAPEL 2 PM
with Reverend Oswald Taylor (Episcopal from
Portland). Charge to son Harry R. Elbon of Portland,
Oregon. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
ELBON, MARY
b. 1849, d. 1893, age 44y. Probably buried first in
1893 in a cemetery Rainier, Columbia County,
Oregon and (2) 6 Jun 1929 in SE 130-3 Line 15
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married to Harold
F. Elbon. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
ELBON, DELBERT H.
b. 1875, d. 6 Sep 1897 by drowning, age 22y. Int. 10
Sep 1897 in SE 130 Line 15. (HAROLD F. ELBON).
P a r e n t s w e r e Harold F.(1845-1916) and Mary
Elbon (1849-1893). Ref: #3.
ELBON, LEO
b. 1884, d. 1884, age 00y. Int. about Feb 1884 in SE
130 Line 15 (no record) by (HAROLD F. ELBOND).
Parents were Harold F. (1845-1916) and Mary
Elbon (1849-1893). Ref: #3.
FORBUSCH, PASCAL PASCID *
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ELBON, HARRY R.
b. 1879 California, d. 5 Jan 1942 of paralysis and
bowel obstruction, age 62y. Probably lived in
Portland, Oregon. Int. Jan 1942 in SE 130-1 Line 15.
(HAROLD F. WLBON) [KNAPP MORTUARY] This funeral was not in Knapp listings). Parents
w e r e Harold F. (1845-1916) and Mary Elbon
(1849-1893). Ref: #3 & #4.
SE 131
SE 131 All bought by ....Mr, Bone
SE 132
SE 132 All bought 7/2/1883 by Frank Ledman
LEDMAN, M.E. (Mrs.)
b. 1850, d. 8 Dec 1900, age 50y. Int. 12 Dec 1900 in
SE 132 Line 13. (FRANK LEDMAN). ? married to
Frank Ledman who was a hostler for J.B. Smith in
1894 and lived at East 13th St., (between 5th & 6th)
in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
LEDMAN, WILLIAM
b. 1876, d. 21 Nov 1894 of consumption, age 18y.
Int. 23 Nov 1894 in SE 132 Line 13. (FRANK
LEDMAN). Parents were Frank and M.E. Ledman.
Ref: #3.
SE 133
SE 133 All bought 5/8/1878 by Arthur T. Weston
SE 133 transferred 12/20/1909 to Nellie Yale
WESTON, ARTHUR TUPPAN
b. 11 Feb 1836 Saratoga County, New York, d. 30
May 1913 6:30 AM of general paralysis, age 77y 3m
19d, Int. 31 May 1913 in SE 133-3 Line 12 [KNAPP
MORTUARY].(He has marker-listed as Arthur L.
Weston). He was a fruit grower, Baptist, lived at 817
West 19th St. Vancouver Washington - came to the
Vancouver in 1877, died at home attended by Dr.
William E. Cass of Vancouver. Married (1) 11 Aug
1859 to Sarah L. Smith (1838-1904). They had 4
children and (2) married in 1905 to Esther Nelson
Heaton widow of Albert Heaton (1838-1904) and the
daughter of Martin Nelson and ( Burke) she had one
son Albert Jr. Heaton b. (1892). Esther is buried with
her husband Albert Heaton in Fisher Cemetery.
Funeral 31 May 1913 2 PM at KNAPP Chapel with
Reverend C.R.G. Poole. Charged to Mr. Arthur
Tuppan Weston. Pall bearers were A.J. Dorland,
William Merrifield, C. C. Girdley, Mr. Newman, M.
B. Kies, and Mr. Laver. Parents were Oliver Weston
and Ann Sherman. both born in New York. Ref #2,
#3, #6 (1880 Census).
WESTON, SARAH L.
b. Jan 1838 Massachusetts, d. 7 Mar 1904 heart
failure, age 66y. Int. 8 Mar 1904 in SE 133 Line 12.
(ARTHUR T. WESTON). She was married 11 Sep
1859 (first wife) of Arthur Tuppan Weston, they
came west with their family in 1877. Her children
were born in Columbia County Wisconsin all but
Charles Weston who was born in New Lisbon,
Juneau County, Wisconsin:(1) Frederick/Fred (18611919) married Mary Elizabeth Tooley (he was
cremated and they are buried at Portland
Crematorium in Portland, Oregon, (2) Nellie M.
Weston (1864-1878), (3) Frank A. Weston (1864- )
married Lucy Ellen Tooley, and (4) Charles H.
Weston (1871-1950) married Margaret J. McKee
(daughter of Abraham McKee and Augusta Sims).
Parents were named "Mr. & Mrs. Smith". Ref. #2,
#3 #6 (1880 Census).
WESTON, NELLIE M.
b. 20 Sep 1864, Columbia County, Wisconsin, d. 28
Feb 1878 no cause listed, age 14y 5m 8d. Int. in SE
133 Line 12. The family came to Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington in 1877. Parents were Arthur
Tuppan Weston and Sarah L. Smith. Ref: #3.
WESTON, CHARLES H. *
b. Feb 1871 New Lisbon, Juneau County, Wisconsin,
d. 21 Mar 1931 of apoplexy, age 60y 1m. Int. 24 Mar
1931 in SE 133-4 Line 12 [C.W. KIRCH - Portland,
Oregon]. He was married 23 Oct 1900 in Clark
County, Washington to Margaret J. McKee (18811951), a Spanish American War Vet. Musician Co.
G. Washington Infantry. P a r e n t s w e r e
(1836-1913) New York and Sarah
L. Smith (1838-1904) born in Massachusetts. Ref:
#2, #3, #5.
WESTON, J. MARGARET
b. ca 1881, South Dakota, d. 29 May 1951, age 69y.
Int. 2 Jun 1951 in SE 133-3 Line 12. Widow of
Charles H. Weston (1871-1931), married 23 Oct
1900 Clark County, Washington, housewife. Had
four children Mildred L. Weston and Mary L.
Weston and an infant girl and an infant boy buried in
same plot.. Parents were Abraham McKee (Aug
1844 New York and Augusta/Gertrude Simms (Sep
1854 born in Wisconsin). Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1900
Census).
WESTON, INFANT (Female)
b . 2 4 M a r 1 9 1 0 V a n c o u v e r , Clark County
Washington, d. 24 Mar 1910 Vancouver,
Washington. Int. 25 Mar 1910 in SE 133 Line 12.
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Parents were Charles H. Weston (1871-1931) and
Margaret J. McKee (1881-1951). Ref: #3.
WESTON, INFANT
b . 1 8 M a y 1 9 1 7 V a n c o u v e r , C l a r k C o unty,
Washington, d. 19 May 1917 Vancouver,
Washington, boy died of congenital malformation of
the heart. Int. in SE 133-5 Line 12. Parents were
Charles H. Weston (1871-1931) and Margaret J.
McKee (1881-1951). Ref: #3.
DOATE/DOAKE, MARION G.
b. 1835, d. Jul 1889 no cause listed, age 54y. Int. 21
Jul 1889 in SE 133 N/2 Line 12. (A.T. WESTON)
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 134
SE 134 S/2 N/1/4 bought 6/5/1892 by J.M. Fike
HEALEY, JOHN W.
b. Sep 1867 Michigan, d. 13 Nov 1954 heart failure,
age 87y 2m. Int. 18 Nov 1954 in SE 134-3 Line 11.
[SELF]. Married (1) Mary Jane Healey (1875-1930),
and (2) Lettie Bolen Bersch (who divorced Augustine
Bersch (1875-1929- Bersch married 2nd Eva Roe).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#1 & #3.
HEALEY, MARY JANE
b. Jun 1875 New Mexico, d. 23 Nov 1930 of
pleurisy, age 55y 4m. Int. 30 Nov 1930 in SE 134
Line 11. [HAMILTON MORTUARY] [JOHN
HEALEY]. She was married to John W. Healey
(1857-1954). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4
HEALEY, DELLA
b. 1898, d. 29 Apr 1909 no cause was listed, age 10y.
Int. 2 May 1909 in SE 134 Line 11 (has marker
"Gone Home"). (J.W. HEALEY). Parents were
John W. Healey (1867-1954 born in Michigan) and
Mary J a n e H e a l e y (1875-1 9 3 0 b o r n i n N e w
Mexico). Ref: #3.
SE 135
SE 135 All bought 7/27/1877 by O.C. Hendrickson
HENDRICKSON, CHARLEY
b. 1877 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 25
Jul 1877, age ?, Int. in SE 135-2 Line 10 (has marker
"Sleep Sweet Babe and Take Thy Rest, God Called
Thee He Thought It Best.") Parents were Oliver C.
Hendrickson (1842...) born in Iowa and Susan M.
Baker. Ref: #1, #3.
HATHAWAY, HARRY MILTON
b. 7 Feb 1932 Ridgefield, Clark County, Washington,
d. 19 Mar 1936 of pneumonia and measles. age 4y
1m 12d. Int. 21 Mar 1936 in SE 135-4 Line 10
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. (Hendrickson plot). Child,
Adventist, lived at Box 212 Ridgefield, Washington,
died at the Clark County Hospital, attended by Dr.
R.W. Armstrong of Vancouver. The funeral was 21
Mar 1936 2:30 PM at KNAPP Chapel with Reverend
J.M. Comer of Vancouver. Ordered by and charged
to father Earnest Hathaway. Parents were Earnest
(sic) Ernest Hathaway born 7 Apr 1904 in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington and Edna
Jane Simmons born in Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon. ( E r n e s t w a s a t w i n t o E r m a
Hathaway who was married to Lloyd Groat. Ref: #1,
#3, #4.
SE 136
SE 136 All bought 7/2/1878 by N. Schmidt
HIRSMANN, CHARLES *
b. 1821 Prussia, d. 12 Feb 1886, age 65. Int. 13 Feb
1886 in SE 136 Line 9. [N. Schmidt]. Soldier ORDS.
Corp. USA. Clark County 1870 Census, a laborer and
lived with N. Steffan. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 #6 (1870 Census).
SE 137
SE 137 All bought by Cyrus A. Ross
ROSS, CYRUS A.
b. 23 Oct 1818 Pennsylvania, d. 6 Jan 1905, age 87y
9m 17d, Int. 8 Jan 1905 in SE 137 Line 8 (has marker
"Let sickness blush and death devour, if heaven must
recompense our pains, perish the grass and fade the
flowers if firm the word of God remains." Divorced,
and he owned a home. Parents were not listed but
father was born in New Jersey and mother in
Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SE 138
SE 138 All bought 2/2/1876 by J.W. Boyer
BOYER, JACOB WARREN *
b. 1 Jan 1838 Illinois, d. 12 Nov 1914 of
arteriosclerosis, age 76y 10m 11d. Int. 12 Nov in SE
138-3 Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was the
widower to Harriet Boyer (1845-1908 Ohio), Civil
War Vet 8th Illinois Cavalry, retired Government
Inspector - in 1880 Census he had charge of the
Government Stables, Methodist, lived at 1414 Esther
Ave. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home of attended by Drs. Flagg & Flagg of
Vancouver. The funeral was 12 Nov 1914 at home
with Reverend William T. Randolph. Charged to son
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W. S. Boyer and Mrs. F. C. Leathers. Parents were
Henry Boyer born in Virginia and Mary ( ) Boyer
born in Ohio. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1880 Census).
BOYER, HARRIETT
b. 4 Aug 1845 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, d.
30 May 1908 of heart failure, age 62y 9m 26d. Int. in
SE 138 Line 7. (has marker "Just when we learned to
love her most. God called her back to heaven.
Married to Jacob Boyer (1838-1914), a housewife.
Parents were not listed but were both born in
Ohio. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
LEATHERS, LUCINDA
b. 1825, d. 11 Feb 1916 of cancer, age 90y. Int. 12
Feb 1916 in SE 138 Line 7. (LUAND) Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
SE 139
SE 139 All bought 6/18/1875 by John W. McCollum
SE 140
SE 140 All bought 8/20/1875 by W. Fitzgearld
HUNTINGTON, INFANT
b. 13 Dec 1935 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 13 Dec 1935 a premature baby girl,
age 00y. Int. in SE 140-4 Line 5 (Baby Green)
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents lived at Rt. #4 Box
2400 Vancouver, Washington, born and died at the
Clark County General Hospital in Vancouver
attended by Dr. Henry Wiswall of Vancouver. No
funeral or services. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Walter
Huntington. Ref: #3 & 4.
HUNTINGTON, INFANT
b. 23 May 1939, d. 23 May 1939, age 00y. Int. in SE
140-4 Line 5. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Walter
Huntington. Ref: #3.
HUNTINGTON, INFANT
b. 21 Oct 1940, d. 21 Oct 1940, age 00y. Int. in SE
140-4 Line 5. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Walter
Huntington. Ref: #3.
SE 141
SE 141 All bought by John W. Tarleton
TARLTON, JOHN W.
b. 1833 England, d. 17 Apr 1903 of bladder trouble,
age 70y. Int. 17 Apr 1903 in SE 141 Line 4. Widower
of Minerva Fitzgerald Fulkerson Tarlton, married 15
Nov 1873, a painter of houses. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Tarlton both born in England. Ref: #1, #3, #61880 Census).
TARLTON, MINERVA (FULKERSON)
b. 1839 Arkansas, d. 14 Mar 1900 of rheumatism, age
61y. Int. 16 Mar 1900 in SE 141 Line 4. Married 12
Jun 1852/53 (1) Peter Fulkerson (1829-ca 1860) in
either Clackamas or Washington County, Oregon,
married (2) 15 Nov 1873 John W. Tarlton. The Peter
Fulkerson's had three children all born in Washington
Territory: (1) Josephine (1854 - ), (2) Hannah "Anna"
Elizabeth (b. 15 Mar 1857 Clark Co. d. 22 Jan 1913
Portland, Oregon married George William Force II.
NOTE: his parents come with "Brazen Overlanders
of 1845" - George W. Force Sr. (1820 Essex Co. New
Jersey died Sep 1898 Clackamas County, Oregon and
Susan Wolf 1828-1868); and (3) Robert Fulkerson
born 1860 who in the 1870 Census was living with
David R. Fales (who was in the same Wagon Train as
Peter Fulkerson (probably the Fitzgerald family were
also on the same Wagon Train). In the 1859/60
Minerva's bothers (who were all born in Arkansas)
were living with the Fulkersons - Sandford (b. 1841)
a farmer, Zachary (b. 1847) and Nicholas (b. 1844).
I n t h e 1 8 70 Census Cowlitz County Minerva
Fulkerson was 30 years old and listed as living in an
Insane asylum (probably she had no money and had
to scatter her children out to people who would care
for them). married (2) John W. Tarleton and had
children born in Washington Territory: Caroline (b.
1874) and Arthur H. Tarleton (1879). Parents were
named Mr. & Mrs. Fitzgerald. Ref: #3, #6 1850/60,
1870, 1871, 1880 Census) & #7 "The Brazen
Overlanders of 1845" by Donna M. Wojcik.
SE 142
SE 142 All bought 9/19/1873 by David Stamp Sr.
STAMP, DAVID *
b. 13 Jan 1845 Stuben County, New York, d. 23 Aug
1919 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington died of
cancer of the bladder, age 74y 7m 10d. Int. 25 Aug
1919 in SE 142 Line 3. He was carpenter, a farmer,
and a Civil War Vet Cpl. Co. G. 12 Regiment
Michigan. He was married 24 Apr 1866 in
Constantine, Michigan to Phoebe Anne Zeek (18501929). Parents were Philip S. Stamp (1816-1901)
born in Dryden, Thompkins County, New York and
Sarah Tolbert died in 1855 buried in Michigan (she
had 7 children by Philip Stamp). Philip Stamp and
his 2nd wife Mary Ann Zeek (1831-1917). Mary Ann
was married four times: (a) John White, (b) John
Schriner, (c) Philip Stanp and (d) Michael O'Brien.
Philip Stamp and Mary Ann are buried in Fisher
Cemetery. Mary Ann has no marker she is probably
next to Philip Stamp. They had 7 children also. Ref:
#1, #3, #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 & 1900 Census).
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SE 145
STAMP, PHOEBE ANN
b. 7 May 1850 Cass County, Michigan, d. 27 Apr
1929 Portland, Oregon, was senile, age 78y 11m 20d.
Int. 1 May 1929 in SE 142-1 Line 3. (DAVID
STAMP) [LIMBER FUNERAL HOME]. She was
the widow of David Stamp (1845-1919) married 24
Apr 1866 in Constantine, Michigan. Note: (David
Stamp's father, Philip Stamp, married as his second
wife Phoebe Ann's oldest sister, Mary Ann Zeek (he
was 19 years older than Mary Ann Zeek). Parents
were John Zeek (1810- ) born Russell County,
Virginia and Phoebe Ann Bonine (1810 -1850)
Tennessee. Ref: #1, #3, #5 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
STAMP, ELLA
b. 23 Dec 1869 Clark County Washington Territory,
d. 13 Sep 1872, age 2y 9m 21d, Child-girl. Int. Sep
1 8 7 2 i n SE 142-4 L i n e 3 . (DAVID STAMP).
Parents were not listed but it was probably David
Stamp and Phoebe Ann Zeek. Ref: #3.
WEIGLE, LAURA
b. 10 Dec 1876 Fisher area of Camas, Clark County
Washington Territory, d. 8 Dec 1927 Kelso, Cowlitz
County, Washington. Laura Weigle was disinterred 2
Oct 1959 from SE 142-3 Line 3 and reburied at Park
Hill B 238-4 by order of her son Horace W. Weigle.
She was the widow of William Weigle (Jan 1872- )
born in Pennsylvania who had a bicycle repair shop.
Note: He may be buried at Park Hill Cemetery also.
Parents were David Stamp (1845-1919) Stuben
County, New York and Phoebe A. Zeek (1850-1929)
born in Cass County, Michigan. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1880, 1900 Census).
SE 143
SE 143 bought by Thomas Carter Jr.
SE 146
SE 147
SE 148
SE 149
SE 150
SE 151
SE 152
SE 153
SE 154
THOMPSON, WARREN DAVID
b. Aug 1903 Oregon, d. 12 Sep 1926 of heart failure,
age 23y 1m. Int. 14 Sep 1926 in SE 154-4 Line 10.
(J. THOMPSON) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents
were not listed. Note: Warren Thompson may have
been a grandson or g. grandson of James Thompson
and Perlina Hendrickson who were married 15 Mar
1838 in Holmes County Ohio. Ref: #3.
SE 155
SE 155 S/2 bought 11/3/1892 by W. Cahill sold to
Mrs. E.H. Clark
SE 156
SE 157
SE 158
SE 159
SE 144
SE 144 bought by E. Corrigan 2/20/1873
CORRIGAN, CATHERINE
b. 1828 Ireland, d. 1873, age 45y. Int. in SE 144-4
Line 1. She was married to Edward Corrigan (1812- )
born in Ireland and in Clark County 1870 Census he
was listed as a cooper. After her death in Clark
County 1880 Census he was a border at House of
Providence (Catholic Home). He isn't listed in a
Clark County Cemetery. Had children born in
California: (1) Margaret born in 1852 and (2) Mary
born in 1853. Parents were not listed but were
born in Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
SE 160
SE 161
SE 162
SE 163
SE 164
SE 165
SE 166
90
SE 167
SE 186
SE 168
SE 187
SE 169
SE 188
SE 170
SE 189
SE 171
SE 190
SE 172
SE 191
SE 173
SE 192
SE 174
SE 193
SE175
SE 194
SE 176
SE 195
SE 177
SE 196
SE 178
SE 197
SE 179
SE 198
SE 180
SE 199
SE 181
SE 200
SE 182
SE 201
ANDERSON, WILLIAM REESE Jr.
b . 2 A p r 1 8 5 8 Clark County, Washington (a
Washington State Pioneer), d. 10 Oct 1920 angina
pectoris, age 62y 6m 8d. Int. Oct 1920 in SE 182-4
N/2 Line 6. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married
to Ida R. ( ) Anderson (1868-1935), a dairyman,
Note: in the 1880 census he was a woodcutter. At the
time of his death he lived at Long Beach,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Lee W.
Paul of Ilwaco Washington. The funeral was 13 Oct
1920 3 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
W.H. Swartz. Charged to wife Ida R. Anderson.
Parents were William Reese Anderson Sr. (18221902) Washington County Virginia and Sarah Jane
Sturgess (1851-1912) born in Clackamas County
Oregon both Washington Pioneers. Ref: #1, #3, #4,
#6 (1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
SE 202
SE 203
SE 204
SE 205
SE 206
SE 207
SE 208
SHEPARD, MILDRED
b. (?), d. 1987, age ?, Int. 12 Sep 1987 in SE 208-4
ashes. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SE 183
SE 184
SE 185
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VANCOUVER CITY CEMETERY
SOUTH WEST SECTION
With rue my heart is laden
For golden friends I had
For many a rose lipped maiden
And many a lightfoot lad.
By streams too broad for leaping
The lightfoot boys are laid
The rose lipped girls lie sleeping
In fields where roses fade.
Author unknown
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REFERENCES
Clark County Pioneers "A Centennial Salute" by Clark County Genealogical Society 1889 Vancouver,
Washington.
Clark County Pioneers "Through the Turn of the Century" by Clark County Genealogical Society 1993 by
Rose Marie Harshman.
Vancouver City Cemetery Burial Records.
KNAPP Funeral Chapel (1907-1994)
Other Clark County Mortuary Records
Clark County Census 1850/1860, 1870, 1871, 1880, 1900.
Relatives Geneaology Records and Comments
Newspapers & books, and personal information
(1)
NOTE:An early mortuary was owned before 1900 by J. Fuller.
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SW 01
SW 01 All bought 5/20/1913 by John A. Young
YOUNG, JOHN ANTONE
b. 7 Aug 1843 Hesse, Germany, d. 9 Nov 1918 of
probable heart disease following four strokes, age
75y 3m 2d. Int.12 Nov 1918 in SW 01-1 Line
16.[KNAPP MORTUARY]. John Antone Young
emigrated to the United States about 1872, he was a
blacksmith. Widower to Elizabeth Ludwig (18471888), rented his home in 1900 census. Died at home
on 28th Ave. attended by Coroner W. J. Knapp of
Vancouver. Funeral 12 Nov 1918 11 AM at home
with Reverend J. H. Avery. Ordered by John J.
Young (1868-1956) and Mr. Stein. Charged to J.W.
Arnold. Notes:the house on 28th Ave. near 164th
Ave. located in the Harmony area of Camas, Clark
County, Washington, was demolished in 1993). A
newspaper report 3/1/1868:Serious Accident:Mr.
Anton Young, of this place, had his left arm broken
by a fall from a wagon of Tuesday evening. The arm
swelled so rapidly after the accident that it was found
impossible to set until Wednesday morning. Parents
were not listed but were born in Germany. Ref: #1,
#3, #4 & #6 (1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
YOUNG, ELIZABETH
b. 7 Oct 1841 in Langehain Germany (near
Frankfort), d. 20 May 1913 of pneumonia, age 71y
7m 13d. Int. 22 May 1913 in SW 01-3 Line 16.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Wife of John Antone
Young (1843-1918), housewife, German Lutheran,
lived at Harmony Area of Camas, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 22 May 1913 at
home with Reverend E.I. Eck. Elizabeth Young's
maiden name was Ludwig, the niece of Philip and
Christian Henry Christ. In 1856 Elizabeth at the age
of in 15 came to Vancouver Washington from
Germany with Mary Elizabeth Christ (1801-1880
buried in NW 48-1 Line 14), her aunt, the mother of
Philip and Henry Christ. She and Anton Young were
the parents of (1) John J. Young (1868-1956), (2)
Katherine J. Young (1877-1938) who married
Nicholas A. Stein buried at Park Hill Cemetery.
NOTE:Their son, Jack Stein went to prison for as the
perpetrator with two other men of the planned murder
of Thelma ....... who was the care taker of Nicholas
Stein before he died. Nicholas had inherited much
valuable land from his parents and his son thought he
could prevent his father from giving some of the
properties to Thelma and assure that they would not
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be married, (3) Ernest Young (1877-1961 married
Julia buried at Park Hill Cemetery, (4) Fritz A.
Young (1879-1954), and (5) and Elizabeth Young
who married Charles Simonson. In the 1880 Census
they also had a daughter Alice. Parents were named
Mr. & Mrs. Ludwig both born in Germany. Ref: #1,
#3, #4, #6 (1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
YOUNG, FRITZ A.
b. 1879 Washington, d. 27 Dec 1954 of pneumonia,
age 75y 4m. Int. in SW 01-4 Line 16.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents
were John Antone Young & Elizabeth Ludwig both
born in Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #5 & #6 (1880
Census).
YOUNG, JOHN J.
b. Jan 1868 Germany, d. 19 Feb 1956, age 87y 1m.
Int. 23 Feb 1956 in SW 01-5. Parents were John
Antone Young & Elizabeth Ludwig both born in
Germany. Ref:Ref: #1, #3 & #6 Clark (1880 Census).
SW 02
SW 02 N/2 bought 11/13/1893 by J. O. Smith
SW 02 S/2 bought 2/11/1892 by Joe Handy
SW 02 S/2 bought 6/25/1896 by Elizabeth Stoddard
SW 02 All 12/20/1909 Transferred from E.N. Wright
to Walter T. Foulke
JACKSON, PHILEMON
b. 1809, d. 13 Nov 1893 of brights disease, age 84y.
Int. 14 Dec 1893 in SW 02 N/2 Line 15. (Connected
by marriage to the J.O. Smith and Messenger
Family). (J.O.SMITH). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
SMITH, JUNE ELLEN
b. 21 Sep 1911, d. 3 Mar 1913 of bronco pneumonia
and whooping cough, age 1y 5m 10d. Int. 4 Mar 1913
in SW 02-3 N/2 Line 15.[KNAPP MORTUARY].
Child lived at 28th & Washington Sts., died at home
attended by Dr. Herbert Clay Leiser & Dr. Miles
Underwood Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral 4 Mar
1913 2:30 PM at home with Reverend Thomas A.
May and Reverand A. M. Bond. Charged to "Bud"
Smith. Parents were O.H. & Ella Smith. Ref: #3 &
#4
HANDY, JOSEPH B.
b.(?) Rhode Island, d. 1929 of natural causes, age (?).
Int. 23 Jun 1948 in SW 02 S/2. (SELF) [the body was
brought in from another cemetery and reburied next
to daughter Matilda Handy.] Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
HANDY, ELIZABETH
b. ?, d. Mar 1931 of cancer, age (?). Int. 23 Jun 1948
in SW 02 S/2. (JOE HANDY) Widow of Joseph B.
Handy, [the bodies of Elizabeth and daughter Matilda
Handy were brought in from another cemetery and
reburied next to Joseph B. Handy]. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
HANDY, MATILDA
b. Dec 1887, d. 10 Feb 1892 died of diphtheria, age
5y 10m Int. 11 Feb 1892 in SW 02 S/2 Line 15.(JOE
HANDY). Parents were Joseph B. & Elizabeth
Handy.Ref: #3
PERRY, ALONZO T.
b. 1870, d. 1929, age 59y (no records). Int. in SW 02
Line 15 . Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
PERRY, BERTHA
b. 1884, d. 1946, age 62y, (no records). Int. in SW 02
Line 15. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 03
SW 03 N/2 bought 8/23/1892 by Charles Asmer
ASMER, BESSIE
b. Apr 1892, d. 22 Aug 1892 of cholera infantum, age
4m. Int. 23 Aug 1892 in SW 03 N/2 Line 14.
(CHARLES ASMER). Parents were not listed but
may be Mr. & Mrs. Charles Asmer. Ref: #3
RANDOLPH, G. W.
b. 1845, d. 2 Apr 1893 of dropsy of the heart, age
48y. Int. 3 Apr 1893 in SW 03 S/2. (JOHN VANCE).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 04
SW 04 N/2 bought 1897 by August Johnson
SW 04 S/2 bought 1895 by Frank Nerton
J OHNSON, OSCAR
b. 1878 Iowa, d. 23 Mar 1897 of typhoid fever, age
19y. Int. 25 Mar 1897 in SW 04 N/2 Line 13.
(AUGUST JOHNSON). Parents were August
Johnson 1837 Sweden (a Columbia River Salmon
Fisherman) & Marie Johnson born 1849 in
Illinois.Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
NERTON, FRANCIS (FRANK) ROBINSON
b. 24 Feb 1852, St. Helens, Columbia County
Oregon, d. 4 Jul 1909 of a cerebral hemorrhage, age
57y 4m 9d. Int. 6 Jul 1909 in SW 04 S/2 Line 13.
(SELF). Frank moved with his parents to Sifton Area
on a Donation Claim of his parents. Divorced from
Mary "Molly" Wampler, she then married 15 Dec to
Elmer Wolf (1866-1921 buried in SE 93-6), the son
of George Wolf and Lizzie Houk. Frank Nerton was
first was a farmer, later he was a partner with
William Wendall Proebstel in the Exchange Hotel in
Vancouver, Washington and still later he operated a
tavern in Vancouver. At the time he died he lived in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington attended by
Dr. Charles E. B. Flagg of Vancouver. There was no
funeral and no clergy listed. Francis "Frank" Nerton
and his wife had two children:Edith (1883-1885) and
Dick (1890-1895). Charged to brother Henry Cecil
Nerton. Parents were Thomas T. Nerton b. 1822 at
Yorkshire England and married 11 Mar 1852
Elizabeth Lockin b. 1833 at Lincolnshire England.
They crossed the Plains and arrived in Columbia
County Oregon 18 Oct 1852. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6
(1860, 1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
NERTON, DICKIE
b. 1890 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, d. 22
May 1895 of scarlet fever in Vancouver, age 5y. Int.
in SW 04 S/2 Line 13 (in same grave as father).
Parents were Francis "Frank" B. Nerton & Mary
Wampler. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 05
SW 05 N/2 bought 11/2/1904 by Myrtle Minsh
SW 05 S/2 bought 3/12/1905 by Sarah F. Burt
BURT, ALEXANDER K.
b. Aug 1853 Illinois, d. 10 Mar 1905, age 52y. Int. in
SW 05 S/2 Line 12. (SARAH F. BURT). In 1900
census he was a solicitor of tombstones and rented
his home, married to Sarah Gideon Burt b. Feb 1850
Iowa (no marker if she is buried next to husband).
Children were Nellie and Abigal "Allie" M. Burt who
married Elwood Carter (b. Feb 1875) [she is in SE
44-3 Line 5]. Clark County 1900 Census Parents
were not listed, but father was born in Iowa and
mother was born in New York. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
MINSH, MATTHEW A.
b. 9 Dec 1879 Illinois, d. 31 Oct 1904 of
consumption, age 24y 10m 12d. Int. 3 Nov 1904 in
SW 05 Line 12 (MYRTLE MINSH). Married to
Myrtle M. Stenger (b. Aug 1883 in Kansas) daughter
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of Charles S. Stenger and Nettie M. Hughes,
(Note:His brother was Lenard Minsh born Jan 1868
in Switzerland spelled Minph in 1900 Census).
Parents were not listed probably were John and
Elizabeth Minsh (1842-1893) both born in
Switzerland. (John, the father, was not buried in Int.
in SW 164 S/2 Line 13. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
SW 06
SW 06 S/2 bought 4/30/1925 by Mrs. H.M. Carter
APPLETON, THOMAS H. Jr. *
b. 1925, d. 1944, age 19y. Int. in SW 06 Line 11. He
was a G.M.3C US NAVY. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Thomas H. Appleton.Ref: #3
APPLETON, VIRGINIA NORA
b. Apr 1924 born in Oregon, d. 21 Aug 1927
(Monday) at 8:30 AM of pneumonia, age 3y 4m.
Int.21 Aug 1927 in SW 06-1 Line 11. [LIMBERS
FUNERAL HOME]. Lived at 2126 Lost Lane,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at 8:30
AM at the family home. The funeral was 21 Aug
1927 at LIMBERS FUNERAL HOME with
Reverend Dr. Francis A. LaViolette. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Appleton. Ref: #3 & #5.
BATON, HERBERT A.
b. 1858, d. 11 Jan 1929 of pneumonia, age 70y, 9m.
Int. 15 Jan 1929 in SW 06 Line 11. [LIMBERS
FUNERAL HOME]. Married to Margaret J. Baton.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
BATON, MARGARET J.
b. 1861, d. 28 Aug 1920 valvular heart disease, age
60y. Int. 30 Aug 1920 in SW 06-5 Line 11. Married
to Herbert A Baton. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
McGOOL, MICHAEL
b. Feb 1866 Pennsylvania, d. 5 Jul 1927 of heart
failure, age 61y 5m. Int. in Jul 1927 SW 06 Line 10.
(F.NOTTS) [LIMBER FUNERAL HOME]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
RORISON, CLARA COLEMAN
b. Sep 1863 Michigan, d. 16 Jun 1927 of cancer, age
63y 9m. Int. 19 Jun 1927 in SW 06-3 Line 11.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SCHULTZ, AUGUST
97
b. 1860, d. 4 Apr 1925, age 65y. Int. Apr 1925 in SW
06 S/2 Line 11 [LIMBERS FUNERAL HOME].
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SW 07
SW 07 N/2 bought 10/12 1903 by W. H. Swinhart
SW 07 S/2 bought 11/15/03 by Gilbert ChaPel
SWINEHART, MRS. W.H.
b. 1859, d. 9 Oct 1903 of heart failure, age 44y. Int.
Oct 1903 in SW 07 Line 10. (W.H. SWINEHART).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
CHAPEL, BERNICE E.
b. 1874, d. 17 Dec 1909 of uremic poisoning after
child birth, age 35y. Int. 20 Dec 1909 in SW 07 S/2
Line 10. Married to Gilbert Chapel. Parents names
were not listed. Ref:#3
CHAPEL, INFANT (FEMALE)
b. 14 Dec 1909 Washington, d. 14 Dec 1909 in
childbirth, age 00y. Int. 16 Dec 1909 in SW 07 S/2
Line 10 with mother Bernice E. ChaPel. Parents
were Gilbert & Bernice Chapel. Ref: #3.
CHAPEL, CHANEY G.
b. 1907, d. 22 Apr 1918 died of septic endocarditis,
age 11y. Int. 24 Apr 1918 in 07-2 Line 10. Parents
were Gilbert & Bernice Chapel. Ref: #3.
CHAPEL, MALISSA
b. Sep 1902, d. 14 Nov 1903 of a brain disease, age
1y 10m. Int. 14 Nov 1903 in SW 07 Line 10. Parents
were Gilbert & Bernice Chapel. Ref: #3.
SW 08
SW 08 N/2 bought 10/19/1903 by Jewett Curtis
SW 08 S/2 bought 3/1904 by Eliza Whisler
CURTIS, SILAS B. *
b. Jan 1812 Cayuga County, New York, d. 10 Mar
1885 gangrene of the foot, age 73y 3m. Int. in SW 08
Line 9. (Note: in the City of Vancouver Cemetery
Records it gives SW 20). Silas was a bachelor {he
may have been an uncle to Jewett Curtis who was
born Sep 1848 Vermont and married Mary born Oct
1876 in Tennessee Ref:Clark County 1900 Census)
as he is buried in the same plot as that Curtis family}.
Silas Curtis arrived in Oregon Territory in the Fall of
1850; on 5 Mar 1851 he filed for a Donation Land
Claim of 315.60 acres on the south bank of the mouth
of Salmon Creek. Silas Curtis was a School teacher
and a farmer, he was on the First Grand Jury to
convene in Clark County on 7 Sep 1852, during the
Indian uprising in 1855-56 he was promoted to 2nd
Lieutenant and served in the 2nd Regiment of
Mounted Volunteers and described as 5' 10" tall, blue
eyes, brown hair and dark complexion. His funeral 12
Mar 1885 was at the Gay Hayden home. Parents
were not listed, but were according to 1880 Census
were both in Ohio but more likely in New York.
Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
CURTIS, MARY
b. Oct 1876 Tennessee, d. 30 Oct 1905, age 29y. Int.
in SW 08 Line 9. Married to Jewett Curtis,
housewife. Her children in 1900 born in Washignton
State were:(1) Clark E. Curtis (b. Mar 1895), (2)
James C. Curtis (b. Mar 1900-1905) and (3) Mary
Lucile (1902-1903). Parents were not listed but
both born in Massachusetts. Ref: #3, #6 (1900
Census).
CURTIS, JAMES CARLTON
b. Mar 1900 Clark County, Washington, d. 14 Mar
1905 Clark County, Washington of membranous
croup, age 5y. Int. 14 Mar 1905 in SW 08 N/2 Line 9.
Parents were Jewett Curtis born Sep 1848
Vermont and Mary Curtis born Oct 1876 in
Tennessee. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
CURTIS, MARY LUCILE
b. 18 Sep 1902 Clark County, Washington, d. 18 Oct
1903 of heart failure, age 1y 1m. Int. in SW 08 N/2
Line 9. Parents were Jewett Curtis born 1848
Vermont and Mary Curtis (1876-1905) born in
Tennessee. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WHISLER, DAVID
b. 11 Nov 1836, d. 16 Mar 1904 of heart failure, age
68y 4m 5d. Int. 18 Mar 1904 in SW 08 S/2 Line 9.
Married to Eliza E. Whistler (1842-1935). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
WHISLER, ELIZA E.
b. 1842 Indiana, d. 1 Apr 1935, age 93y, Int. 4 Apr
1935 in SW 08-1 Line 9. Widow of David Whistler
(1836-1904). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 09
SW 09 N/2 bought 11/28/1903 by Hugh Fraser
SW 09 S/2 bought 6/4/1904 by Mrs. Helen Bulman
FRASER, HUGH RODERICK
b. 21 Feb 1830 Canada, d. 12 Jan 1909
arteriosclerosis, age 78y 10m 19d. Int. in SW 09 N/2
Line 8. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. In the 1900 Census
his name was "Frederick", a farmer who owned 230
acres. Widower of Anna M Fraser (1831-1903), He
was the Chief Engineer Pacific Mail SS CO. and
lived at the Military Barracks in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Robert G. Black of Vancouver. The funeral was 14
Jan 1909 with Reverend Charles W. DuBois.
Charged to Mrs. John M. Gennis. Parents were not
listed but both were born in Canada. Ref: #3, #4 &
#6 (1900 Census).
FRASER, ANNA M.
b. Feb 1831 England, d. 28 Nov 1903 of heart failure,
age 72y 9m. Int. Nov 1903 in SW 9 N/2 Line 8.
(HUGH FRASER). Parents were not listed but
were both born in England.Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
BULMAN, E. C. *
b. (?), d. 4 Jun 1904 of pneumonia. Int. 5 Jun 1904
SW 09 S/2 Line 8. Married to Helen M. Bulman
(1848-1915). Civil Was Vet Company G. 38th
Wisconsin Infantry. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
BULMAN, HELEN M.
b. 1848, d. 25 Oct 1915 of tumors of the brain, age
67y. Int. 26 Oct 1915, Int. SW 09-2 Line 8. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 10
SW 10 All bought 7/12/1905 by Martin V. Palmer
PALMER, MARTIN VAN BUREN
b. 19 Jan 1862 Nebraska, d. 25 Mar 1917 6:45 PM of
valvular heart disease, age 55y 2m 6d. Int. 27 Mar
1917 in SW 10-1 Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Married to Emma Palmer (1862-1947). He was a
horticulturist, a Spiritualist, lived at R.D. #3
Vancouver, owned 110 acres farm land, Clark
County, Washington (Fruit Valley area). Died at
home attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. Funeral 27 Mar 1917 2:30 PM at KNAP
CHAPEL with Reverend J.H. Lucas (Spiritualist).
Charge to wife Mrs. Emma Palmer. Parents were
M.V. Palmer & Jane Robinson. Ref: #3, #4 & #6
(1900 Census).
PALMER, EMMA
b. Jul 1862 Iowa, d. 1 May 1947 of an intestinal
infection, age 84y 9m. Int. 5 May 1947 in SW 10-2
Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow
98
of Martin Van Buren Palmer, (NOTE:in the 1900
Census she was called "Emily", and she was a
housewife. In the 1900 census her children were:(1)
Maude Blanch Palmer (1885-1905 Oregon) and (2)
Chester M. Palmer (1887- Oregon). Parents were
not listed but her father was born in Maine and
the mother was born in Illinois. Ref: #3, #4 & #6
(1900 Census).
PALMER, BLANCH D.
b. 1885 Oregon, d. 11 Jul 1905 of TB, age 20y. Int.
13 Jul 1905 in SW 10 Line 7. (MARTIN V.
PALMER). Parents were Martin Van Buren
Palmer (1862-1917 born in Nebraska) and Emily (
) Palmer (1862-1947 born in Iowa). Ref: #3 & #6
(1900 Census).
PALMER, RUSSELL H. *
b. 21 Mar 1921 Washington, d. 2 Jan 1949 from an
accident, age 28y 11m 26d. Int. 5 Jan 1949 in SW 104 Line 7. (G. PALMER) [KNAPP MORTUARY].
He was in the Navy WWII- Washington Y 2 C. U.S.
N.R. Parents were not listed, but were Chester
Martin Palmer and Grace C. Zimmerman (18881981. Ref: #1, #3 & #4.
PALMER, DR. GENE V. Jr.
b. 1909, d. 9 Jul 1953 heart disease, age 44y. Int. in
SW 10-3 Line 7. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL] He was the grandson of Martin Van Buren
Palmer. Parents were not listed, but were Chester
Palmer (1887- ) and Grace C. Zimmerman (18881981). Ref: #3, #5 & #7.
SW 11
SW 11 N/2 bought 10/19/1903 by M. Skarstedt
SW 11 S/2 bought 11/2/1903 by C.E.
Leavens/Cleavens
SKARSTEDT, ANNA
b. 25 Apr 1859 Bohuslan Sweden, d. 28 Sep 1888 of
typhoid fever, age 29y 5m 3d. Int. 29 Sep 1888 in
SW 11 N/2 Line 6. She came to America in 1881,
married 25 Jul 1881 in Chicago, Illinois to Ernst
Teofil Skarstedt (1857 Solberga, Sweden, who died
1929 in Seattle, Washington came to America in
1878). Their children were: (1) Esther married Ray
Morgan, (2) Marcus married Bessie Lockhart, and (3)
Wilma Skarstedt. Ernst married (2) Ellen Hogberg
and they had three more children). Parents were
G.M. Hult and Stora Foss both born in Sweden.
Ref: #2, #3.
99
WALTERS, CASSIE I
b. 12 Jan 1861, d. 13 Oct 1910 no cause was listed,
age 49y 9m 1d. Int. 15 Oct 1910 in SW 11 S/2 Line 6
(has marker "Mother"). [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She
was married, a housewife, a Baptist, lived at 515
West 14th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. Robert G. Black of
Vancouver. The funeral was 15 Oct 1910 at the
Vancouver Baptist Church with Reverand C.R.G.
Poole. Charged to J. A. Walters. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
GURTON, MRS. H.
b. Apr 1836, d. 1 Nov 1903 of paralysis, age 67y 7m.
Int. in SW 11 S/2 Line 6. (C.E. CLEAVENS).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 12
SW 12 N/2 bought 5/11/1905 by E. Davis
SW 12 S/2 bought 7/15/1905 by Mrs. Nellie Biddings
HACKMAN, CARL HOCKANSON
b. 21 Dec 1879 Peosta, Iowa, d. 30 Mar 1918 of
scarlet fever, age 38. Int 23 Apr 1918 in SW 12-4 N/2
Line 5. (MRS. NELLIE BIDDINGS). Widower of
Ellen Catherine Hackman. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
HACKMAN, ELLEN CATHERINE
b. 9 Jul 1881, d. 23 May 1911 paralysis of the
bowels, age 29y 10m 14d. Int. 25 May 1911 in SW
12-1 N/2. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to Carl
Hackman (1879-1918), a housewife, a Luthern, lived
at 32nd St. & Rowley Ave. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at St. Vincent Hospital in
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon attended by
Dr. E.B. McDaniels of Portland. The funeral was 25
May 1911 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.M.
Cause. Charged to Carl Hackman at home.
[Note:Carl Hackman later moved to 2339 Cedar St.
Astoria Oregon]. Pall bearers were Anna Bowes,
Julia Elmgren, Sena Elmgren, Dollie Lyness, Pua
Timmons and Nellie Simmons. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
SPRINGER, JOHN *
b. Mar 1821 Ohio, d. 14 Jul 1905, age 84y 4m. Int.
16 Jul 1905 in SW 12 S/2. (MRS. NELLIE
BIDDINGS). He was the widower of (1) Louisa A.
Johns (the daughter of Jacob John and Rachael
Whitaker had (a) Charles Uriah O. Springer (18591871) who is buried in Hawk Cemetery and (b) Mary
Ann Springer (1860). John Springer and his first
wife, Louisa, came to Oregon Territory in 1852 and
settled on a Donation Claim on the south Fork of the
Lewis River. He was a farmer, teacher in Woodland,
Washington, and during the Indian uprising he served
in Captain William Braton's "Lewis River Rangers."
John Springer married (2) Henrietta Martin (18411905) and they had nine children. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1860, 1870, 1871 Census).
SPRINGER, HENRIETTA
b. Oct 1841 Kansas, d. 27 Feb 1905 old age, age 63y
4m. Int. 8 Feb 1905 in SW 12 S/2 (Has marker "Mother".) (MRS. M. SCHOFIELD). She was the
2nd wife of John Springer, married 5 Dec 1865 in the
home of D.C. Webb (who lived on the bank of the
Lewis River) by Justice of Peace D.W. Gardner. In
the 1900 Census she was listed as a owning a
restaurant and rented her home. They had nine
children:(1) William F, (2) Dortha May who married
S.W. Eves, (3) Ida Bell (twin), 4) Edith Belle (twin),
(5) Emma I. married Jacob W. Dye, (6) Cora A.
married George Kramer, (7) Clara A. married Frank
Freeman, (8) Lillie R, and (9) Alice Springer (she
lived with her mother in the 1900 census). Parents
were named Mr. & Mrs. Martin. The father was
born in New York and the mother was born in
South Carolina. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1870 & 1871
Census).
SW 13
SW 13 All bought 5/14/1904 by A.J. Davis
DAVIS, RAYMOND
b. 1896 Clark County Washington, d. 14 Apr 1904 of
dropsy of the heart, age 8y. Int. 15 Apr 1904 in SW
13 Line 4. The parents were Albert Davis b. 10 Oct
1859 Guthrie County Oklahoma and Ella Birt.
Ref: #1 & #3.
DAVIS, ROBERT E.
b. 1912, d. 11 Jul 1981 of heart disease, age 69y. Int.
14 Jul 1981 in SW 13-2 Line 4. Parents were Albert
Davis b. 10 Oct 1859 Guthrie County Oklahoma
and Ella Birt. Ref:#1 & #3
SW 14
SW 14 All bought 2/18/1904 by Mrs. J.J. Davey
DAVEY, JOSEPH J.
b. 2 Apr 1855 England, d. 17 Feb 1904 of
pneumonia, age 48y 9m. Int. 17 Feb 1904 in SW 14
Line 3 (has marker "At Rest" ). Married to Katie ( )
(1863-1932); she remarried after Joesph’s death.
Children were in 1900:(1) Katie J. (1864-1932), (2)
Frederick A. (1865-1956), (3) George H., (3) Joseph
C., (4) Alfred H., and (5) Minnie Davey born Feb
1900. Parents were not listed but probably were
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Davey Sr. both were born in
England. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
GALLI, KATHERINE DAVEY
b. 1863 California, d. 10 Mar 1932 of paralysis, age
68y. Int. 14 Mar 1932 in SW 14-4 Line 3. (MRS. J.J.
DAVEY). [MILLER & TRACY -Portland]. Widow
of Joseph J. Davey and married (2) ....Galli. The
funeral was by [MILLER & TRACY - Portland,
Oregon]. Parents were not listed but were both
born in Germany. Ref: #3, #5 & #6 (1900 Census).
DAVEY, FREDERICK A.
b. Dec 1865 England, d. Apr 1956 of pneumonia, age
90y 4m. Int. 9 Apr 1956 in SW 14-1 Line 3. (SELF)
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. The funeral was by
KNAPP CHAPEL. He was probably a brother to
Joseph J. Davey. Parents were Joseph J. Davey
both born in England. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
DAVEY, SADIE E.
b. Feb 1875 Iowa, d. 15 Jul 1970 senile, age 95y 5m.
The funeral and Int. was 17 Jul 1970 in SW 14-2
Line 3. [HAMILTON MYLAN]. She was the widow
of Frederick A. Davey. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 & #4.
SW 15
SW 15 All bought 5/12/1904 by Mrs. Nancy Tremble
BINDER, MARGARET LIVINA
b. 19 Mar 1864, d. 21 Mar 1912 of cancer, age 48y
0m 20d. Int. 23 Mar 1912 in SW 15 -1 Line 2.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married to Wolf
Binder, a housewife, a Baptist. She lived with
daughter, Cecil Wanamaker at 31st and Washington
Sts. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. Miles U. Leiser and Dr.
Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was 23
Mar 1912 at home with Reverend C.R.G. Poole.
Charged to Wolf Binder and James Binder of
Portland Oregon, Charles Binder c/o DuBois Lumber
Co and Mrs. Cecil Wanamaker 31st & Washington
Sts. Vancouver Washington. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #4
ERICKENBRECK, MILDRED REA
100
b. Jul 1912, d. 9 Jan 1913 bronco pneumonia, age
6m. Int. 10 Jan 1913 in SW 15-2 Line 2. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Child lived at 900 W. 6th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. The
funeral was 10 Jan 1913 2 PM at home with
Reverend C.R.G. Poole. Charged to Ray E.
Erkinbrack of 900 W. 6th St. Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were Ray Erickenbreck born
in Minnesota and Eva Raymond born in Michigan.
Ref: #3 & #4.
ERICKENBRECK, ARTHUR EDGAR
b. 7 Dec 1914, d. 10 Aug 1916 of TB and meningitis
at 12:45 AM, age 1y 8m 3d. Int. 12 Aug 1916 in SW
15-2 Line 2 (at foot of sister Mildred's lot (19121913). [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at 900
West 6th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver attended
by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral
was 12 Aug 1916 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend R.H. Sawyer. Charged to father Ray
Erickenbreck. Parents were Ray Erickenbreck born
in Minnesota and Eva Raymond born in Michigan.
Ref: #3 & #4.
LANGDON, LOUISE LUZELLE
b. 12 May 1911, d. 14 Jan 1913 bronchial
pneumonia, age 20m. Int. 15 Jan 1913 in SW 15-3
Line 2. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child, lived at 407
E. 20th St. Vancouver Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 15 Jan 1913 at grave site with
Reverend J.H. Berringer. Charged to father, Lambert
L. Langdon at home. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Lambert L. Langdon. Ref: #3 & #4.
SUTHERLAND, MARGARET ELIZABETH
b. 4 Sep 1901, d. 1 Jul 1913 cerebral hemorrhage, age
12y 2m 3d. Int. 5 Jul 1913 in SW 15-4 Line 2.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived on 4th Plaim
died at home attended by Dr. Robert G. Black of
Vancouver. The funeral was 5 Jul 1913 at home with
Reverend H.S. Templeton. Charged to D. Sutherland
of Vancouver Washington. Parents were not listed,
but probably Daniel O. Sutherland & Elizabeth
Ernest. Ref: #3 & #4.
COUCH, ANNIE
b. 3 Sep 1834, d. 3 Apr 1914 bronchial pneumonia,
age 79y 7m. Int. 5 Apr 1914 in SW 15-6 Line 6.
[KNAPP MORTUARY] Permit # 24. She was a
widow, a housewife, an Adventist, lived at Mrs.
101
Christenson's home 1339 Atlantic St., Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home of
attended by Dr. Charles G. Hall of 1371 Gerely St.
Portland. The funeral was 5 Apr 1914 1 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend A.C. Purdon
(Adventist). Charged to H.C. Couch 131 East 28th St.
North Portland Oregon. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3 & #4.
COTTON, (Mr./? CHARLES )
b. 1827, d. 5 Oct 1887 of heart disease. age 60y. Int.
6 Oct 1887 in SW 15-6 Line 6. [Note:The man may
be Charles Cotton who married Rachel Roberts; they
had a daughter Alice Inez Cotton who married
George Lewis Williams]. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SW 16
SW 16 N/2 N/2 bought 5/1/1913 by Mrs. Pearl
Dudrow
SW 16 All bought 1/15/1913 by William J. Knapp of
Knapp Mortuary.
DUDROW, SUSAN M.
b. 1846, d. 11 Nov 1917 of old age, age 70y. Int. 13
Nov 1917 SW 16-2 Line 1 (has marker "Mother").
Mother of Charles W. Dudrow and Edward Dudrow.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
DUDROW, CHARLES W.
b. 1872 Missouri, d. 1937 of an accident (probably in
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon), age 63y. Int.
1937 in SW 16-3 Line 1. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Embalmed by HOLMAN & SON of Portland and
transferred to W.J. KNAPP CHAPEL for the funeral.
Parents were "...Dudrow". & Susan M. Dudrow.
(1846-1917). Ref: #3 & #4.
DUDROW, PEARL M.
b. Mar 1884, d. 6 Jun 1961 of natural causes, age 77y
3m. Int. 12 Jun 1961 in SW 16-2 Line 1 (CHARLES
W. DUDROW). Married to Charles W. Dudrow. The
funeral was 12 Jun 1961 by [HOLMAN & SON of
Portland, Oregon]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #5.
DUDROW, EDWARD ELMER
b. 1878, d. 1936 of cancer, age 60y. Int. 1936 SW 161 Line 1. The funeral was by MILLER TRACY who
sent remains to [KNAPP MORTUARY] for burial.
Parents were "...Dudrow." & Susan M. Dudrow
(1846-1917). Ref: #3 & #4.
CLEVER, MAUDE FULLER
b. 27 Aug 1875, d. 28 Apr 1913 of an overdose of
Morphine, age 37y 8m 1d. Int. 4 May 1913 in SW
16-5 N/2 Line 1 (under the name "Maude Fuller" no
marker) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married,
was an Episcopalian, home address not listed, died at
Wood Lake in Cherry County, Nebraska attended by
a physician from Ainsworth Nebraska. The funeral
was 4 May 1913 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend E.B. Collier. Charged to Mrs. Pearl M.
Dudrow (1884-1961) 346 E. 47th St. Portland
Oregon. Parents were George L.Fuller (1831-1906)
buried in NE 41-2 & Martha J. Fuller (1844-1899)
buried in SW 114). Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 17
SW 17 N/2 bought 3/22/1899 by Murdock C. Stewart
STEWART, MURDOCK CAMERON
b. Apr 1836 Scotland, d. 7 Apr 1920, age 84y. Int. 9
Apr 1920 in SW 17-2 N/2 Line 1. Married to Martha
H. Stewart (1852-1942). He was a farmer who owned
194 acres. Parents were not listed but both were
born in Scotland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
STEWART, MARTHA H.
b. Jul 1852 Michigan, d. 30 Oct 1942 of heart failure,
age 90y 2m. Int. 3 Nov 1942 in SW 17 N/2 Line 1.
(M. STEWART) [MILLER TRACY-Portland].
Widow of Murdock C. Stewart. She had daughter (1)
Rodena who married George Riggs and sons (2)
Kenneth born Feb 1875 in Michigan, (3) Amos W.C.
Stewart born Dec 1884 in Washington. Parents were
not listed but her father was born in New York
and her mother in England. Ref: #3, #5 & #6 (1900
Census).
RIGGS, RODENA M.
b. 30 Nov 1874, d. 22 Mar 1899 of acute
consumption, age 24y 8m 8d. Int. 23 Mar 1899 in
SW 17 N/2 Line 1 (has marker "She was the
Sunshine of our home". Married to George Riggs.
Parents were Murdock Cameron born in Scotland
& Martha H. Stewart born in Michigan. Ref: #3 &
#6 1900 Census).
BROCK, JOHN
b. Dec 1841 Ohio, d. 2 Nov 1899 of paralysis, age
57y 11m. Int. 2 Nov 1899 in SW 17 S/2 Line 1.
Married to Rebecca J. ( ) Brock. He was a school
teacher. Parents were not listed but they were born
in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
BROCK, REBECCA J.
b. 30 Jan 1842 New York, d. 3 Apr 1920 of
pneumonia, age 78y 2m 4d. Int. 5 Apr 1920 in SW
17-2 Line 1 (no marker). Widow of John Brock, and
lived at 35th & S Streets Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home, no doctor was listed. The
funeral was 5 Apr 1920. Charged to son John J.
Brock. Parents were not listed but were born in
New York. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 18
SW 18 N/2 bought 3/22/1897 by Ernest W. Hoyt
SW 18 S/2 bought 5/15/1900 by Mary E. Hylan
HOYT, GEORGE W. *
b. 7 Dec 1834 New York, d. 7 Aug 1925 old age, age
90y 7m 21d. Int. 10 Aug 1925 in SW 18 N/2 Line 2.
[HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME]. Widower, he was
a retired farmer, Christian, a pensioner of the Civil
War Vet CO I 20th Michigan, no home address listed
[in 1900 Census George Hoyt was a border with
E.W. Foster (a widower) who was born in 1844
Pennsylvania, and a day laborer]. George Hoyt died
at Fruit Valley, Clark County, Washington attended
by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 10
Aug 1925 10 AM at HAMILTON CHAPEL with
Reverand Herbert Jones. Ordered by and charged to
grandson, Ernest Hoyt. [Note:he and his wife are
buried in St. James Acres Catholic Cemetery] his
parents were Edgar M. Hoyt who was born in Jul
1854 in Michigan and Mary R. Holt born in Jan 1869
in Iowa]. Parents were Orrin Hoyt born in New
York and .....Lockwood. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
HOYT, CLARENCE
b. Sep 1891 Washington, d. Sep 1902 died of a throat
infection, age 11y. Int. 2 Sep 1902 in SW 18 N/2
Line 2. Charged to father Edgar N. Hoyt. Parents
were Edgar N. Hoyt born Jul 1854 in Michigan (a
farmer) and Mary R. Hoyt born Jan 1869 in Iowa.
Ref: #3.
HOYT, FLORENCE
b. 1892, d. 17 Mar 1900 of diphtheria, age 8y. Int. 19
Mar 1900 in SW 18 N/2 Line 2. Charged to father
Edgar N. Hoyt. Parents were Edgar N.Hoyt born
Jul 1854 in Michigan and Mary R. Hoyt born Jan
1869 in Iowa. Ref: #3
HYLAN, JAMES *
b. 1844 Illinois, d. 14 May 1900 of brights disease,
age 56. Int. 16 May 1900 in SW 18 S/2. Civil War
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Vet CO. F. 45th Illinois Infantry, married to Mary E.
Hylan [born 1860 Illinois, a washerwoman in 1900
census]. Children were all born in Nebraska:Jesse S.
(1883), Hannah (1885), James (1887), May (1889),
Lester (1896) and Grace (1899). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
HYLAN, JAMES L.
b. Feb 1887 Nebraska, d. 13 May 1911 of TB, age
24y. Int. 15 May 1911 in SW 18 S/2. Parents were
James Hylan born 1844 Illinois & Mary E. Hylan
born 1860 Illinois. Ref: #3
SW 19
SW 19 N/2 bought 2/6/1900 by J.D. Flick
SW 19 S/2 bought 5/31/1901 by Walter D. Gunning
GUNNING, JESSE
b. 11 Sep 1813 Ohio, d. 31 May 1901, 87y 8m 20d.
Int. Jun 1901 in SW 19 S/2 Line 3 (has marker
"Father We Loved Thee." Jesse Gunning in the 1900
Census lived with his widowed daughter-in-law,
Hannah Gunning - she is buried with her husband
William H. Gunning in SW 22 N/2] and an adult
granddaughter of Minnie Gunning. Charged to
grandson, Walter D. Gunning born Jul 1861 Illinois
(a Prune farmer) married to Rhoda Almeda Steelman.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
SW 20
SW 20 All bought 1873 by S.B. Curtis
SW 21
SW 31 N/2 bought 1891 by F. W. Hopkins
HOPKINS, FRANK W. *
b. 1847 Quebec Providence Canada, d. 15 Jun 1899
of heart failure, age 52y. Int. Jun 1899 in SW 21 N/2
Line 5 (SELF). Married to Anna (Jensen) Hopkins,
Civil War Vet CO. K 15TH Wisconsin Infantry, lived
in Vancouver Clark County, Washington. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
HOPKINS, ANNA JENSEN
b. 11 Mar 1851 Norway, d. 2 May 1922 of carcinoma
of the thyroid, age 71y 1m 21d. Int. 5 May 1922 in
SW 21-5 N/2.[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow of
Frank W. Hopkins, housewife, Presbyterian, lived at
1165 Commercial St., Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, died at home attended by Dr. L.O. Roberts
Blanchard Bldg. located on Killingsworth Ave.,
Portland. The funeral was 5 May 1922 2 PM at
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KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand J. Francis Morgan.
Charged to son Walter J. Hopkins (b. Feb 1880
Wisconsin who was a grocery saleman). NOTE:a
near relative was Mrs. F.L. Schafer (probably
daughter Mabel born June 1885 in South Dakota).
Parents were Jens & Sarah Jensen both born in
Norway. Ref: #3 #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
HOPKINS, GINNIE
b. Nov 1874, d. 4 Nov 1890 Vancouver of diphtheria,
age 16y 0m. Int. 5 Nov 1890 in SW 21 N/2 Line 5.
(F.W. HOPKINS). She died in the Clark County,
Washington. Parents were Frank W. Hopkins
(1847-1899 born in Canada & Anna Jensen (18511922 born in Norway. Ref: #3
CARLISLE, JOHN
b. 1826, d. 21 Feb 1909 of asthma, age 83y. Int. 23
Feb 1895 in SW 21 S/2 Line 5 (GUS ANDERSON).
Married to Delilah A. Carlisle (1831-1909). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
CARLISLE, DELILAH A.
b. 26 May 1831, d. 28 Aug 1909 of gall stones and
old age, age 78y 3m 2d. Int. 30 Aug 1909 in SW 21
S/2 Line 5. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow of John
Carlisle, housewife, Lutheran, lived on Mill Plain
Road in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at home attended by Dr. J.M. Chalmers of
Vancouver. The funeral was 30 Aug 1909 at home
with Reverand J.A. Teas. Charged to Gust H.
Anderson RFD #4 Box 135 Vancouver, Washington.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
ANDERSON, GUSTAF H.
b. 1863, d. 12 Sep 1951, age 88y, Int. Sep 1951 in
SW 21 S/2 Line 5. (BERT ANDERSON). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
ANDERSON, LAURA
b. ?, d. ?, age ?. Int. 29 Oct 1954 in SW 21-3 S/2.
Maybe married to Gustaf H. Anderson.(GUS
ANDERSON). Parents were John & Delilah
Carlisle. Ref: #3
ANDERSON, BERT O.
b. Aug 1890 Washington, d. 19 Feb 1950 cardiac
failure, age 59y 6m. Int. Feb 1950 in SW 21 S/2 Line
5. (JOHN CARLISLE). Parents were Gustaf H.
Anderson & Laura Carlisle. Ref: #3
SW 22
SW 22 N/2 bought 8/11/1897 by Mrs. Hannah Jesse
Gunning
GUNNING, WILLIAM H. *
b. 25 Jul 1835 Ohio, d. 11 Aug 1897 of brights
disease, age 62Y 0m 17d. Int. Aug 1897 in SW 22
N/2 Line 6. (W.H. GUNNING). Civil War Pvt.
Military Co. F. 85th Indiana Inf., married to Hannah
Jesse. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Jesse R. Gunning
he born 11 Sep 1813-31 May 1901 born in Ohio
buried in SW 19 S/2 Line 3 and mother was not
listed. Ref: #3
GUNNING, HANNAH JESSE
b. 4 Nov 1831 Ohio, d. 23 May 1908 of carcinoma of
the stomach and senility, age 76y 6m 19d. Int. 25
May 1908 in SW 22 N/2 Line 6. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Widow of William H. Gunning,
housewife, was a midwife, Baptist, lived at 304 W.
10th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at home attended by Dr. Ralph G. Black of
Vancouver. The funeral was 25 May 1908 at Bablia
Church on Ankeny Street in Portland Oregon. Charge
to father-in-law Jesse R. Gunning (11 Sep 1813-31
May 1901 Ohio) in SW 19 S/2 Line 3) of Grants Pass
Oregon and Walter D. Gunning (1861- Illinois) of
Vancouver, Washington. Children in 1900 Census
were Minnie E. (b. Feb 1886 Oregon) and her fatherin-law was Jessie (b. Sep 1813-1901 Ohio) was living
with her. Parents were not listed but her father
was born in Denmark and mother in Indiana. Ref:
#3, #4. #6 (1900 Census).
NELSON, ANDREW (Captain)
b. 16 Apr 1822 Sweden, d. 1 May 1897 of heart
failure, age 75y 0m 15d. Int. 2 May 1897 in SW 22
S/2 Line 6. (Mrs A. NELSON). Married to Augusta
Nelson (1836-1899), a carpenter in 1871 and a farmer
in 1880, farmer. Parents were not listed, but were
born in Sweden. Ref: #3 & #6 (1871 & 1880
Census).
NELSON, AUGUSTA
b. 5 Jan 1836 Norway, d. 4 Feb 1899 at Willamette,
Oregon, age 63y 0m 30d. Int. Feb 1899 in SW 22 S/2
Line 6. Widow of Andrew Nelson (1822-1897).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 23
SW 23 N/2 bought 8/19/1895 by John Burton
SW 23 S/2 bought 12/13/1896 by Mrs. Ida King
BURTON, ETHEL IRENE
b. 28 Oct 1891 Washington, d. 19 Aug 1896 of spinal
meningitis, age 5y 2m 9d. Int. Aug 1896 in SW 23
N/2 Line 7. (Has marker "Departed this life August
19, 1896 age 5y 2m, 9d, Heavens darling thou hast
left us, left us yes forever more, and we hope to meet
our Lord one Day on that bright and happy shore").
She had a brother George Burton born Mar 1887 and
a sister Gladys Burton born March 1894 both born in
Washington. Parents were John & Adeline Burton
he was born Oct 1855 in England. [He was a
government clerk and owned his own home] and
mother Adeline ( ) was born in Oct 1862 in
Canada. Ref: #3
KING, ALBION P.
b. 1 Jul 1862, d. 12 Dec 1896 of consumption, age
24y 4m 11d. Int. 14 Jul 1896 in SW 23 S/2 Line 7
(has marker "He is not dead but sleepeth".) (IDA
KING). Married to Ida King. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
SW 24
SW 24 N/2 bought 7/15/1896
SW 24 S/2 bought 7/9/1897 by C. E. Weston
MELVILLE, CATHERINE
b. 5 Apr 1850 New York, d. 29 Oct 1908 of cancer of
the stomach, age 55y 4m 24d. Int. 30 Oct 1908 in SW
24 N/2 Line 8. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to
George M. Melville, housewife, Catholic, home
address not listed, died at St. Joseph Hospital in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington attended by
Dr. Harry A. Wall of Vancouver. Funeral 30 Oct
1908 at St. James Catholic Church with Reverend
Father Felix Verwilhegan. Charge to George M.
Melville. In the 1880 Census Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Gottardo Quaglia (a tailor) born in "Pier"
Spain and mother name was not known but she
was born in the State of Maine. Ref: #3, #4 & #6
(1900 Census).
QUAGLIA, RATARD
b. 1840, d. 14 Jul 1896 of dropsy, age 86y. Int. 16 Jul
1896 in SW 24 N/2. Probably a brother to Catherine
Melville. Parents were Gottardo Quaglis (a tailor)
born in "Pier" Spain [1880 Census] and mother
name was not known but she was born in the State
of Maine. Ref: #3
BLODGETT, MOLLY
b. Nov 1853, d. 8 Jul 1897 to cancer of the womb,
age 43y 9m. Int. 9 Jul 1897 in SW 24 S/2 Line 8.
(G.E. WESTON). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
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SW 25
SW 25 N/2 bought 5/30/1896 by C.W. Kinney
KINNEY, CHARLES W.
b. 9 Jan 1858 Maine, d. 8 Oct 1934 of nephritis, age
76y 8m 30d. Int. 11 Oct 1934 in SW 25 N/2 Line 9.
(SELF) [LIMBER MORTUARY]. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
KINNEY, CLARA J.
b. 30 May 1858, d. 29 May 1896 of TB of the lungs.
age 37y 0m 29d. Int. 31 May 1896 in SW 25 N/2
Line 9 (has marker "Leaves have their time to fall
and flowers to wither, Thou hasn't all seasons. O
death"). (C.W. KINNEY). Married to Charles W.
Kinney, Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
KINNEY, VIOLA PEARL
b. 26 Dec 1893, d. 11 Jun 1896 of spinal meningitis,
age 3y 5m 15d. Int. 12 Jun 1896 in SW 25 N/2 Line
9. has marker "Lonely the house and sad the home
since our dear ones have gone. But oh a brighter
home than ours in heaven is now their own". (C.W.
KINNEY). Parents were Charles W. & Clara J.
Kinney. Ref: #3.
KINNEY, BETTY LORRAINE
b. 27 Apr 1926 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington, d. 5 May 1926 no cuase was listed, age
8d. Int. May 1926 in (no marker-no record, probably
buried in the Kinney Plot SW 25 N/2 Line 9).
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Lived at 321 West 31st St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 6 May 1926 10 AM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Herbert L. Jones. Ordered
by and charged to father. Parents were Leslie A.
Kinney born in Iowa and Marie Kuntz born in
Illinois. Ref: #4 (not listed in #3).
KINNEY, PERCY B.
b. 1886, d. 19 Apr 1962 died of an automobile
accident, age 76y. Remains were cremated and ashes
were Int. 1 May 1962 in SW 25-1 N/2 Line 9
(C.W.KINNEY).Parents were Charles W. & Clara
J. Kinney. Ref: #3.
KINNEY, DICK
b. 1885 California, d. 1962 died of heart failure, age
77y. Int. 1 May 1962 in SW 25-2 N/2 Line 9. Note:
He may have been in the automobile accident with
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his brother Percy. (C.W. Kinney). Parents were
Charles W. & Clara J. Kinney. Ref: #3.
STODDARD, ASA A. *
b. 28 Apr 1823 Watertown, Litchfield County,
Connecticut, d. 22 Aug 1893 of paralysis at
Hockinson, Clark County, Washington, age 70y 3m
24d. Int. 27 Aug 1893 in SW 25 S/2 Line 9.
(ELIZABETH STODDARD). He was married to
Elizabeth Stoddard (1833-1905). He was a First
Lieutenant 9th U.S. Infantry Mexican War and he
was honored for his bravery by the Legislature of his
native state of Connecticut. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3
STODDARD, ELIZABETH
b. 25 Jan 1833 Williamsburgh, Canada, d. 24 Feb
1905 of old age, 72y 0m 30d. Int. 25 Feb 1905 in SW
25 S/2. Widow of Asa A. Stoddard (1823-1893).
Died in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. In
1880 census she was living with grandson, Ray
Stoddard (b. Jan 1890 in Oregon). Parents were not
listed but both were born in English-Canada. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
SW 26
SW 26 N/2 bought 8/16/1894 by A.P. Putnam
SW 26 S/2 bought 11/8/1894 by Mrs. Alexandria
Topanoff
PUTNAM, JAMES
b. 1881, d. 15 Aug 1894 drowned (along with Elmer
Davis who is buried in SW 28 N/2 Line 12), age 13y.
Int. 16 Aug 1894 in SW 26 N/2 Line 10. (Mr. A.P.
PUTNAM). Parents were not listed, but they were
Mr. & Mrs. A.P. Putnam. Ref: #3.
TOPANOFF, JOHN
b. 1870 Arkansas, d. 7 Nov 1894 died of
consumption, age 24y. Int. 8 Nov 1894 in SW 26 S/2
Line 10. (ALEXANDRIA TOPANOFF) Father was
named "Topanoff" born in Arkansas and the
mother was Alexandria ( ) Topanoff was born in
Russia. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
TOPANOFF, ALEXANDRIA
b. May 1836 Russia, d. 21 Aug 1921, age 85y 3m,
Aug 1921 in SW 26-2 S/2 Line 10. (MRS.
TOPANOFF). In the Clark County for 1880 she was
a widow, a charwoman and she had two children
born in Arkansas John (1868) and Annie (1870).
Parents were not listed but were born in Russia.
Ref: #3, & #6 (1880 Census).
SW 27
SW 27 N/2 bought 2/11/1893 by P.N. Fenton
SW 27 S/2 bought 3/13/1893 by H.A. Baton
FENTON, GUSSIE IDA B.
b. Aug 1881 Pennsylvania, d. 11 Feb 1893 of heart
failure, age 18y. Int. 12 Feb 1893 in SW 27 N/2.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. P.N. Fenton. Ref: #3
ALTER, A. MILROY
b. ? d. ? age ? Int. 10 Sep 1885 in SW 27 Line 11.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 28
SW 28 N/2 bought 3/16/1892 by J.C. Davis
SW 28 S/2 bought 6/6/1892 by Matilda J. Young
DAVIS, ELMER
b. 28 Aug 1879 Washington, d. 15 Aug 1894 by
downing along with James Putnam, age 15y 13d. Int.
16 Aug 1894 in SW 28 N/2. Note: his brother
William Porter Davis married Lilly Isabel Caples.
Parents were Joseph Cornelius Davis born 1846
Pennsylvania his parents were also born in
Pennsylvania and his mother was Eleanor born in
1813. She lived with her son in the 1880 Census].
Joseph Cornelius Davis was a common laborer and
his wife was Mary O. Davis born 1856 in Kentucky.
Ref: #1 #3 #6 (1880 Census).
DAVIS, JOSEPH CORNELIUS Jr.
b. May 1885, d. 16 Mar 1892 of diphtheria, age 7y
10m. Int. 17 Mar 1892 in SW 28 N/2. Parents were
Joseph Cornelius Davis born 1846 Pennsylvania
and Mary O. Davis born 1856 in Kentucky. Ref:
#3
DAVIS, ETHEL
b. 1887 Kentucky, d. 24 Mar 1892 of diphtheria, age
5y. Int. 25 Mar 1892 in SW 28 N/2. Parents are
Joseph Cornelius Davis born in 1846 Pennsylvania
and Mary O. Davis born 1856 in Kentucky. Ref: #3
DAVIS, VIOLET
b. Dec 1887, d. 24 Mar 1892 (? of diphtheria as her
sister died of the same day ?), age 4y 9m. Int. in SW
28 N/2 line 12. Parents were Joseph Cornelius
Davis born 1846 in Pennsylvania and Mary O.
Davis born 1856 in Kentucky. Ref: #3
YOUNG, JAMES A.
b. 25 Feb 1868 Hamburg, Indiana, d. 5 Jun 1892 of
consumption, age 24y 3m 10d. Int. 6 Jun 1892 in SW
28 S/2 Line 12. Parents were John Young (born
1839 Indiana a blacksmith in 1900) & Matilda J.
Mayes. Ref: #3
YOUNG, MATILDA J.
b. 25 Nov 1839 Indiana, d. 29 May 1922 senile, age
82y 6m 4d. Int. 2 Jun 1922 in SW 28 S/2 Line
12.[KNAPP MORTUARY] Married to John Young,
housewife, lived at 7009 51st Ave. SE., Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home attended
by Dr. Lockwood of Portland, Oregon. Funeral 2 Jun
1922 at grave site, no clergy listed. Charged to
husband John Young. Parents were Liggen Mayes
born in Tennessee and Sarah Hooper born in
Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 & #4
MATTHEWS, EDITH
b. 1882, d. 23 1899 of heart failure, age 17y. Int. 25
Dec 1899 in SW 28 S/2 Line 10. Parents were
Joseph Cornelius Davis born in 1846 Pennsylvania
and Mary O. Davis born 1856 in Kentucky. Ref: #3
SW 29
SW 29 N/2 bought 1892 by S.F. Mills
SW 29 S/2 bought 1/28/1992 by Dan Buckley
MILLS, AARON F.
b. 24 Mar 1843 Merickville, Canada, d. 24 Oct 1926
of apoplexy, age 83y 7m 0d. Int. 26 Oct 1926 in SW
29 N/2 Line 13. The widower of Susan B. Mills (Int.
21 Mar 1900), a millwright, Presbyterian, [Note:in
the 1900 Census he was a boarder in the home of
Luther and Matilda Paulson], lived at 45th & Lincoln
Sts., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. Jo Bennett Blair. The funeral
was 26 Oct 1926 2 PM at Hamilton Chapel with
Reverend Charles Baskerville. Ordered by and
charged to son F.P. Mills 458 Lincoln St.,
Vancouver, Washington. Note: names of near
relatives were, C. H. Mills of Portland, Oregon, R.S.
Mills of Los Angeles, California and F.P. Mills of
Vancouver, Washington. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Joel F. Mills both born in England. Ref: #3 & #4 &
#6 (1900 Census).
MILLS, SUSAN B.
b. 14 Mar 1842, d. 19 Mar 1900 of consumption, age
58y 0m 5d. Int. 21 Mar 1900 in SW 29 N/2 Line 13
(has marker "Beloved wife of A.F. Mills"). (SELF).
Married to Aaron F. Mill (1843-1926). Had a
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daughter Ida E. Mills born ca 1869 Michigan who
married 22 Dec 1885 in Clark County, Washington
James W. Wright (b. Mar 1863). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
MILLS, ETTA A.
b. 5 Sep 1876 , d. 24 Jan 1892 of diphtheria, age 15y
3m 19d. Int. in SW 29 N/2 Line 13. Parents were
Aaron F. & Susan Mills. Ref: #3
MILLS, WILLIAM F.
b. Jan 1867, d. 5 Feb 1892 of "quick consumption",
age 25y. Int. 7 Feb 1892 in SW 29 N/2 Line 13. He
was widower to Jessie McMaster [b. 27 Aug 1868
Scotland d. 9 Jan 1898 Int. Camas Cemetery 16/6
beside her brother Hugh McMaster.] William and
Jessie had a daughter Hazel Mills who after her
parents death lived with her grandmother Elizabeth
MacMaster. Parents were Aaron F. & Susan Mills.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
BUCKLEY, AMANDA
b. 29 Aug 1849, d. 28 Jan 1892 of typhoid
pneumonia fever, 42y 4m 27d. Int. 29 Jan 1892, SW
29 S/2 Line 13 (has marker "Sacred to the Memory of
Amanda Buckley). She was married to Daniel J.
Buckley. Parents were not listed. Ref :#3
SW 30
SW 30 N/2 bought 8/11/1891 by Catherine Baxter
SW 30 S/2 bought 10/31/1891 by G.H. Stewart
ANDERSON, ASA ALEXANDER
b. 30 Mar 1873 Clark County, Washington, d. 31 Dec
1929 of pneumonia, age 56y 9m 1d. Int. 3 Jan 1930
in SW 30-3 N/2 line 14 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Divorced, laborer, lived at 293 1/2 Union Ave.,
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon. Died at
Emanuel Hospital in Portland attended by Dr. W.H.
Watson of the Medical Arts Bldg. Portland. Funeral 3
Jan 1930 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
A.B. Waltz. Ordered by his brothers and sisters:
Charles H. Anderson (1853-), Edward B. Anderson,
Marilla Eudora Anderson Gardner [wife of Edmond
B. Gardner) of Vancouver (1860-1954) she was Int.
in SW 130-2 Line 15 has marker] and Mr. Arthur
Kapel of Martinez, California. Charged to Insurance.
Parents were William Reese Anderson 1822-1902
born Washington Co. Virgina Int. in SW 174 N/2
Line 3 who traveled to Clark County, Washington in
1848, he was the son of Jacob Anderson and Lacretia
Kellenger both born in Virginia, and Sarah Sturgess
(1837-1912 born in Ballston Springs, Saratoga
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County, New York. Int. next to husband). They had
14 children. She was the daughter of Moses Sturgess
(1809-1847) born in Ballston Springs, Virginia who
drowned in the Snake River in Idaho in 1847 on the
Oregon Trail and his wife was Frances Elizabeth
Weldon (1820/21-1892) born in New York, Int. in
The Dalles Oregon under the name of Davis. She was
married three times-Sturgess - Kellogg - Davis. Ref:
#1, #3, #4 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
BAXTER, LUCRETIA V. ANDERSON
b. 26 Aug 1866, d. 6 Feb 1896 no cause listed (she
may have murdered). (died the same day as her
mother Jennie Baxter}, age 25y 6m 20d. Int.? Feb
1896 in SW 30 N/2 (has marker "Tis but the casket
lies here, the gem that filled it sparkles yet." Married
13 Dec 1883 in Clark County Washington to George
W. Baxter. Parents were William Reese Anderson
(22 Jun 1822 Virginia - 30 Oct 1902) and Sarah
Jane Sturgess (31 Sep 1837-16 Jun 1912) Int. in
SW 174 N/2 Line 3. Ref: #1, #3. Find the
newspaper Clipping !!!!
BAXTER, JENNIE
b. 1873, d. 6 Feb 1896 Clark County, Washington by
"assassination" (no indication who did it), age 3y. Int.
9 Feb 1896 in SW 30 N/2. Owner of lot was
Catherine Baxter, she died the same day that her
mother. Parents were ( ) & Catherine Baxter. Ref:
#3
BAXTER, EVA ARLUND
b. 14 May 1887, d. 10 Aug 1897 spinal trouble, age
10y 2m 27d. Int. 11 Aug 1897 in SW 30 N/2 Line 14.
Student Parents were ( ) & Catherine Baxter. Ref:
#3.
BAXTER, GEORGE HENRY
b. 10 Sep 1893, d. 6 Nov 1894 of lung trouble, age 1y
0m 26d. Int. in SW 30 N/2 Line 14. Parents were ( )
& Catherine Baxter. Ref: #3
STEWARD, INFANT
b. Feb 1891, d. 31 Oct 1891 of inflamation of the
bowels, age 10m. Int. 1 Nov 1891 in SW 30 S/2.
(JAMES STEWARD). Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
James Steward he was born about 1868 in
California. Ref: #3
SW 31
SW 31 N/2 bought 8/22/1891 by S.A. Smith
SW 31 S/2 bought 12/1891 by R.K. McPherson
SMITH, ANNA MARY
b. 1840 Illinois, Int. 1 Oct 1892 of an inflammation
of the stomach, age 52y. Int. 24 Dec 1891 in SW 31
N/2 Line 15.(S.A. SMITH). She was married to
Sylvanius A. Smith (born 1824 New York). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1871 Census).
SMITH, ODESSIE (Female)
b. Dec 1890, d. 22 Aug 1891, age 8m. Int. 23 Aug
1891 in SW 31 N/2. (S.A. Smith). Parents were not
listed but the Grandparents were Sylvanus A.
Smith (b. 1824 New York) and Anna Mary Smith
(1840-1891 Illinois). Ref: #3
SMITH, ANNA MARY
b. 1883, d. 30 Sep 1892 of diphtheria, age 9y. Int. 1
Oct 1892 in SW 31 N/2 line 15. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
McPHERSON, SIDNEY FAY
b. 30 Apr 1891 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 6 Dec 1891 of croup, age 7m 7d. Int.
7 Dec 1891 in SW 31 S/2 Line 15. (R.K.
McPHERSON). Parents were R.K. McPherson (in
1900 Census he was born in May 1852 Indiana (his
parents were also born in Indiana) and he was the
supervisor of the feeble minded school. The mother
was Maggie McPherson born in Mar 1858 in
Missouri (her father was born in Tennessee and
mother in Kentucky). Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
McPHERSON, ETTA MARIE
b. 14 Jan 1894 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 5 Apr 1902 of an accident, age 8y 9m
9d. Int. 6 Apr 1902 in SW 31 S/2 Line 15 (has
marker "Darling we miss thee. A little bit of Flora to
bloom with God above." (R.K. McPHERSON).
Parents were R.K.McPherson (1852 Indiana) Note:
R.K. McPherson was related to Elizabeth Lennington
Christy thru her mother Abigail McPherson and
Maggie ( ) McPherson Mar 1858 Missouri. Ref:
#3
SW 32
SW 32 All bought 9/1890 by Al L. Ross
ROSS, MARY AGNES
b. 19 Jan 1857, d. 12 Feb 1891 of consumption, age
34 0m 24d. Int. 14 Feb 1891 in SW 32 Line 16.
Married to Al Ross. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
b. b. 24 May 1890, d. 30 Sep 1890, age 4m 5d. Int. in
SW 32 Line 16. Parents were Al. L. & Mary Agnes
Ross. Ref: #3
SW 33
SW 33 N/2 bought by G.W. Canning
SW 33 S/2 bought about 1887 by James Waggoner
transferred to SW 33 S/2 bought 12/20/1909 by Nellie Yale
CANNING, ANNIE
b. Jul 1887, d. 21 Sep 1887 of cholera infantum, age
2m. Int. 22 Sep 1887 in SW 33 N/2. (G.W.
CANNING) Parents were Mr. & Mrs. G.W.
Canning. Ref: #3
HARRIS, HOLMES G.
b. 29 Jul 1879 Texas, d. 21 Mar 1929 of carcinoma of
the pancreas, age 49y 7m 22d. Int. 24 Mar 1929 in
SW 33 S/2 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Married to Norine W. Harris, and was a salesman for
Oregon Honey Co., lived at 794 Union Ave.,
Portland, Multnomah County Oregon. Died at St.
Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. Herbert C. Lieser of
Vancouver. The funeral was 24 Mar 1929 3 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Charles E.
Baskervillle. Ordered by wife Norine W. Harris and
father-in-law of 814 West 10th St., Vancouver,
Washington Parents were Henry C. Harris &
Virginia Corvert both born in Virginia. Ref: #3 &
#4.
YALE, JAMES
b. Oct 1825 Canada, d. 3 Aug 1906 debility and was
senile, age 80y, Int. Aug 1906 in SW 33 S/2 Line 16
Removed to Park Hill Cemetery G 494 along side of
his wife (Emma Jane Mc Laughlin Yale. Emigrated
to the United States in 1894, married to Jane M.
McLaughlin (1836-1922). Parents were not listed
but were born in Canada. Ref: #3
YALE, BIRDIE
b. 1875, d. 10 Jan 1897 of consumption, age 22y. Int.
18 Jan 1897 in SW 33 S/2 Line 16. (NELLIE
YALE). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
WAGGENER, JUANITA
b. Dec 26 1886, d. 31 Aug 1887, age 7m 5d Childgirl. Int. Aug 1887 in SW 33 S/2 Line 16 (has marker
"Of such is the kingdom of heaven"). Parents were
James Waggener & Emma Jane Yale they are
ROSS, CLIFFORD RAY
108
buried at Park Hill Cemetery. Emma Jane Yale was
the daughter of James and Jane Yale. Ref: #1 & #3
SW 34
SW 34 All bought 1875 by George Henry Mockel
DUNEDI, ALBERT
b. 10 Feb 1863, d. 9 Apr 1909 of lockjaw, age 46y
2m 9d. Int. 20 Apr 1909 in SW 34 Masonic [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (no marker-no record in Cemetery).
Albert Dunedi was a Rail Road brakeman who lived
at 1540 Columbia St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at St. Vincent Hospital in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon of attended by Dr. Holt
of Portland. The funeral was 20 Apr 1909 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend B.F. Brooks. Charged to
J.C. Dunedi of 1540 Columbia St. Vancouver,
Washington. A brother may have been Gus C. Dundi
born Oct 1860 in Missouri and his parents were born
in Germany (Ref:1900 Census). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #4
MOCKEL, GEORGE HENRY
b. Mar 1858 Hessian Germany, d. 30 Jun 1916 of
acute brights disease, age 58y. Int. Jul 1916 in SW
34-1 Line 15. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widower to
Margaret (1859-1907), saloon keeper and a pawn
broker owned his home, lived in Tacoma
Washington, died at Tacoma, Pierce County,
Washington attended by a Tacoma physician. The
funeral was 4 PM date not listed, at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend E.B. Collier. Charged to
niece Miss Gertrude Desor 321 S. 31st St. Tacoma
Washington. In the 1900 Census a brother was
Lawrence Mockel b. Nov 1876 (18 years younger
than Henry in the 1900 census born in Germany and
had become a citizen of the US at 10 year. Lawrence
was listed as a brewer lived with the family. Parents
were not listed but both born in Germany. Ref: #3,
#4 & #6 (1880, 1900 Census).
MOCKEL, MARGARET
b. Sep 1859 Langenheim, Germany d. 1907 in
Vancouver of a hemorrhage of the brain Clark
County, Washington. age 48y. Int. 29 Nov 1907 in
SW 34 Line 15 . Married to George Henry Mockel,
housewife, [Her sister was Marie Huth De Sor the
wife of Louis G. De Sor, they are Int. in NW 58-3
Line 14, a brother was John Huth (1848-1897) and
his wife Julia (1857-1937) both born in Germany and
their son Louis Huth are Int. in Plot SW 151]. Owner
of the Plot was George H. Mockel. Margeret
109
Mockel’s children lived in Tacoma, Washington they
were:(1) Henry L. Mockel (in 1880 Census he was a
brewery worker), (2) Louis C. Mockel, (3) Rudolph
L. Mockel and (4) Carlton Mockel and daughters
were probably (5) Mrs. Gertrude Lemons, (6) Mrs.
Kate Scott all lived in Tacoma. Parents were Louis
& Gertrude Huth (1829-1895 born in Langenheim,
Germany a widow in the 1900 Census buried in
NW 63 Line 14) both parents were born in
Germany. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
MOCKEL, ANTON GUSTAV
b. 25 Oct 1887, d. 15 Mar 1888, age 3m 21 d. Int.
Mar 1888 in SW 34 Line 15. Parents were George
H. Mockel & Margaret Huth. Ref: #3
HOOD, GERTRUDE
b. 1828, d. 24 Jan 1895 of bronchitis, age 66y. Int.
Jan 1895 in SW 34. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 35
SW 35 N/2 bought 4/21/1891
WHITNEY, EDWIN A.
b. 1855 Massachusetts, d. 28 Apr 1930 of apoplexy,
age 75y. Int. 30 Apr 1930 in SW 35-4 Line 14.
(CATHERINE BAXTER). [PEARSON FUNERAL
HOME]. Married to Mirrial Whitney. No doctor was
listed. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
WHITNEY, MIRRIAL
b. 1855 California, d. 17 Jan 1935 of paralysis, age
80y. Int. 19 Jan 1935 in SW 35 Line 14
.(CATHERINE BAXTER) [HOLMAN LUTZ
MORTUARY - Portland, Oregon]. Widow of Edwin
A. Whitney. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
WHITNEY, MAUDE
b. 1879, d. 19 Apr 1891 of La Gripe, age 12y. Int. 21
Apr 1891 in SW 35 Line 14. (CATHERINE
BAXTER). Parents were Edwin & Mirrial Whitney.
Ref: #3
WHITNEY, CLAUDE A.
b. 1889, d. 26 Aug 1944 no cause listed, age 75y. Int.
in SW 35 Line 14. (CATHERINE BAXTER)
[HOLMAN LUTZ MORTUARY - Portland,
Oregon]. Parents were Edwin and Mirrial Whitney.
Ref: #3 & #5.
BRUNOLD, INFANT
b. 19 Jan 1924 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 19 Jan 1924 of a premature birth, age
00y. Int. 19 Jan 1924 in SW 35 Line 14-Whitney lot
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (no marker-no record in
Cemetery). Child was born and died at home attended
by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall. The funeral was 19 Jan
1924, no clergy listed. Charged to father Fred
Brunold. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Fred Brunold
who lived at RT #5 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Ref: #3 & #4
SW 36
SW 36 All bought 1891 by John P. Tooley
TOOLEY, JOHN PEMBROKE
b. 6 Jun 1863 Washington, d. 25 Aug 1891 of TB,
age 28y 2m 19d. Int. 26 Aug 1891 in SW 36 Line 13.
(has marker "Sacred to the Memory of John P.
Tooley. Here is rest for the weary. Here is rest in
Heaven." Married 23 Dec 1884 to Emma Florence
Steward (the daughter of George H. Stewart and
Angeline Morgan, occupation was a Band Sawyer.
Parents were George James Tooley born. 18 Aug
1831 in Bartholomew County Indiana d. 15 Sep
1883 Int. in SE 48 Line 1 (the son of John Sloan
Tooley Sr. and Margaret S. (Brown) Tooley crossed
the plains with their family in 1852) and Mary Ann
Gault a native of Iowa (no record of a burial). #1,
#3, #4 & #6 (1880 Census).
ELWELL, EMMA FLORENCE (TOOLEY)
b. Feb 1856 Oregon, d. 19 Aug 1922 of heart failure,
age 66y 6m. Int. 22 Aug 1922 in SW 36-2 Line 13.
She was married (1) 23 Dec 1884 to John Pembroke
Tooley (1863-1891) (2) A. D. Elwell 1855-1916 no
record of his burial). She was a school teacher;
Emma's sister was Eva E. Stewart married who
Robert W. Elwell. Parents were (Judge) George H.
Steward (1820 Indiana-Sep 1903) and Angeline
Morgan (b. 1840 Missouri-8 Nov 1916) both Int. in
SE 33 Line 16. Ref: #1, #3,
MOORE, VIDA ANNA
b. Aug 1887 Washington, d. 28 Oct 1931 of TB, age
44y 10m. Int. Oct 1931 in SW 36 Line 13. (J.P.
TOOLEY). Parents were John Pembroke Tooley
(1863-1891) and Emma Florence Stewart Tooley
(1856-1922). Ref: #3
SW 37
SW 37 N/2 bought 2/19/1892 Robert Buker
SW 37 S/2 bought 1892 by W.W. McCreadie
BUKER, ROBERT B.
b. Sep 1851 Ohio, d. 4 Nov 1912 of apoplexy, age
61y 2m. Int. Nov 1912 in SW 37 N/2 Line 12. He
was married to Nancy Matilda Leavell Buker (18621939). He was a farmer who owned 31 acres.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Buker, first names were
not known but both were born in Ohio. Ref: #2, #3
BUKER, NANCY MATILDA
b. Dec 1862 Iowa, d. 19 Aug 1939 died of
pneumonia, age 76y 5m. Int. in SW 37-5 N/2 Line
15. She was the widow of Robert B. Buker. Her
children were all born in the State of Washington: (1)
Anna Arlene (Nov 1883) was the first wife of Daniel
Edgar Prutzman (they are buried at Park Hill
Cemetery), (2) Effie A. (Mar 1885), (3) Ella C. (Sep
1886), (4) Josie F. (Jun 1888), (5) Lulu M. (Jun
1890), (6) Robert (b/d 1892) (7) Cora E. (May 1893),
(8) Edgar (Mar 1895), (9) Edith V. (Feb 1897), (10)
Elva P. (May 1899) 10 children in 16 years. Parents
name was Mr. & Mrs. "Leavell". Father was born
in Indiana and mother born in Virginia. Ref: #2 &
#3.
BUKER, ROBERT
b. 12 Feb 1892, Washington, d. 19 Feb 1892 of La
Gripe, age 7d. Int. 20 1892 in SW 37 N/2. Parents
were Robert B. Buker (1851-1912) born in Ohio
and Nancy M. Leavell (1862-1939 born in Iowa.
Ref: #3
HAAK, GUSTAV GLEN
b. 1877, d. 13 Oct 1940 of TB and cancer, age 63y.
Int. 13 Oct 1940 in SW 37 S/2 Line 12. (W.
McCREADIE) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
McCREADIE, HUGH
b. 1890, d. 8 Feb 1892 of diphtheria croup, age 2y.
Int. 8 Feb 1892 in SW 37 S/2 Line 13. (W.W.
McCREEDIE). Parents were W.W. McCreedie b.
Apr 1842 Pennsylvania his parents were born in
Scotland) Alice McCreedie b. Sep 1868 Iowa (her
father was born in New Jersey and her mother in
West Virginia). Ref: #3
SW 38
SW 38 N/2 bought 5/25/1892 by J.C. Sturgeon
SW 38 S/2 bought 6/25/1892 by W.S. Hall
STURGEON, WILLIMAENA HENRIETTA
(MINNIE)
110
b. 3 Dec 1862, d. 20 Apr 1909 of cancer, age 46y 4m
17d. Int. 22 Apr 1909 in SW 38 N/2 Line 11. She
married to John C. Sturgeon (1854-1920 who is
buried at Park Hill Cemetery), a housewife, a
member of the Salvation Army, lived at 807 W. 10th
St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 22 Apr 1909 at the
Salvation Army Hall, (granddaughter, Mary A.
Sturgeon (8 May 1886-29 May 1892) daughter of J.C
and W.H. Sturgeon is in same plot). Charge to son, J.
C. Sturgeon. Parents were Alexander Rheinhardt
Heisen (22 Oct 1823 born in Ayreshire, Germany
crossed the plains to Washington Territory in 1853,
died of paralysis. The town of Heisen, Clark County,
Washington is named for him. He Married about
1860 to Mary Elizabeth Raylea born 4 Jun 1834-26
Nov 1915 born in New York died of apoplexy, she
came about 1850 with her parents to Oregon via the
Isthmus of Panama; both are buried at Crawford
Cemetery in Clark County Washington. Ref: #3
Parents were ..... Hall and Sarah Jane Hall (15 Jul
1830-4 Feb 1912 who is buried in SW 38-2. Ref: #3
STURGEON, MARY ALICE
b. 8 May 1886, d. 29 May 1892 of deptheria, age 6y
21d. Int. 30 May 1892 in SW 38 N/2 Line 11.
Parents were John C. Sturgeon & Wilhelimia
Henerretta Heisen. Ref: #3
DAVIS, EUGENE P.
b. Jun 1862, d. 31 Mar 1937 of myocarditis, age 74y
9m. Int. in SW 40 N/2 Line 9. (WILLIAM
HOTCHKISS) [HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME].
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
HALL, SARAH JANE
b. 15 Jul 1830, d. 4 Feb 1912 of pneumonia, age 81y
6m 20d. Int. 7 Feb 1912 in SW 38-2 S/2 Row 11
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married, a
housewife, Methodist. Died at Moro Bay, Sherman
County, Oregon attended by Dr. O.D. Doan of Grass
Valley Oregon. The funeral was 7 Feb 1912 at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.M. Cause.
Charged to W.S. Hall and H.M. Hall of Kent,
Oregon. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
VAN SLYKE, ISAAC
b. 10 Jul 1815, d. 26 Oct 1894, age 79y 3m 16d. Int.
in SW 40 N/2 Line 9 (GEORGE BARNETT). (has
marker "As a husband, devoted as a
father,affectionate, as a friend ever kind and true".
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
HALL, CLEO MAE
b. 30 Mar 1887, d. 25 Jun 1892, age 5y 2m 26d. Int.
in SW 38 S/2 Line 11 (has marker). "Suffer little
children to come unto me and forbid them not for of
such is the kingdom of heaven." Parents were W.S.
& Julia E. Hall.Ref: #3
BAYLISS, LILLIE A.
b. 25 Jul 1859, d. 4 Jul 1893 of heart failure, age 33y
11m 21d. Int. Jul 1893 in SW 38 S/2 Line 11. has
marker " At Rest. Asleep in Jsesus blessed sleep,
from which none ever wake to weep. A calm and
undisturbed sleep, unbeaten by the last of foes."
(W.S. HALL). She was married to Edmond Bayliss.
111
SW 39
SW 39 N/2 bought 4/15/1893 by Peter Lemon and
McDonald
SW 39 N/2 bought 5/19/1894 by C. McDonald
SW 39 S/2 bought 3/22/1894 by J.R. Brown
LEMON, PETER
b. 1821, d. 14 Apr 1894 of old age, age 73y. Int. 16
Apr 1894 in SW 39 N/2 Line 10. (P. LEMON).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BROWN, ESTELLA
b. 1865, d. 21 Mar 1894 of stomach trouble age 29y.
Int. 23 Mar 1894 in SW 39 S/2. (J.R. BROWN).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 40
SW 40 S/2 bought 12/26/1894 by O. Benson
VAN SLYKE, GRACE
b. 1818, d. 26 Oct 1894 of heart failure, age 76y. Int.
28 Oct 1894 in SW 40 N/2 Line 9 (no marker). She
was married to Isaac Van Slyke. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
BENSON, S.O.
b. May 1857 Sweden, d. 23 Nov 1905 of TB, age 48y
6m. Int. 26 Nov 1905 in SW 40 S/2 (O. BENSON).
He was married to Augusta (Apr 1861- born in
Sweden was a dressmaker), he owned a farm, and
was a day laborer. Parents were not listed but were
both born in Sweden. Ref: #3, #6 (1900 Census) &
#7 Vol Four by Clark County Genealogical Society,
Vancouver, Washington.
NORDSTROM, EMMA
b. 1865, d. 25 Dec 1894 of pneumonia, age 29y. Int.
27 Dec 1 in SW 40 S/2 Line 9 (O. BENSON). She
was probably a sister to Augusta Benson [S.O.
Benson wife]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 41
SW 41 All bought 4/25/1895 by John M. Huston
BLUROCK, ISABEL F. (CLASSEN)
b. 1862 Pennsylvania, d. 1890 or 1954 (?) because
she is listed in the 1900 census age 37y), age (?) 28y.
Int. in SW 41-3 Line 12. (A.W. WALKER). She was
married 13 Jan 1881 to Harry B. Classen (18551954 born in Germany) Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington (he is buried at Park Hill Cemetery
NOTE: they must have gotten a divorce after 1900
for she is listed as “Belle” Classen). Isabel F.
Blurock's children were: (1) Henry H. Jul 1881, (2)
Gertrude Sep 1883, (3) Elmer Aug 1886, and (4)
Ruth Dec 1898. He was in 1880 a partner of George
Landis (born in Prussia) a farmer; in 1900 he owned
his own farm of 17 acres in the Harney Precinct and
he was a dairyman. Parents were John Blurock
(1832-1907) born in Saxony, Germany and
Margaret Sang (1834-1922) born in Germany. Int.
SW 64 Line 16. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880, 1900 Census
).
HUSTON, JOHN MORELAND
b. 2 Oct 1827 Indiana, d. 15 May 1910 apoplexy, age
82y 8m 13d. Int. 28 May 1910 in SW 41 Line 8
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was the widower to
Amanda Huston (1837-1898), retired surveyor,
owned his home, in 1900 he had son Frank L. Huston
(b. Oct 1867 in Iowa who was a Civil Engineer) and
daughter Pearl (b. 1880 Iowa) living with him.
Parents were not listed, but his father was born in
Maine and mother in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
HUSTON, AMANDA
b. 26 Dec 1837, d. 25 Nov 1898 liver disease, age
60y 10m 30d, Int. 27 Nov 1898 in SW 41 Line 8
(JOHN M. HUSTON) (has marker "I know that my
redeemer liveth. Farewell dear husband, children all.
From you a wife and mother Christ has called". She
was married to John M. Huston and a housewife.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
HUSTON, CHARLES W.
b. 4 Jan 1867 (?) Indiana, d. 24 Apr 1895 killed by a
boiler explosion, age 28y 3m 20d. Int. 26 Apr 1895 in
SW 41 Line 8 (has "The Great Jehovah full of love.
An Angel bright did send and took our darling
Charley to Joy that never ends." he was the oldest
child of John & Amanda Huston, Parents were John
Moreland Huston (1827-1910 born in Indiana) and
Amanda Huston (1837-1898) both buried in same
plot SW 41 Line 8. Ref: #3
HUSTON, HARRY LEE
b. Aug 1873, d. 27 Jan 1960 of broncho pneumonia,
age 86y 4m. Int. 12 Feb 1960 in SW 41 Line 8.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents were John
Moreland Huston (1827-1910 born in Indiana and
Amanda Huston (1837-1898) both buried in plot SW
41 Line 8. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 42
SW 42 All bought 4/25/1895 by Thomas H.
Huntsberry
CHANDLEE, CASPER
b. 4 Oct 1827 Maryland, d. 22 May 1895, age 67y 7m
18d. Int.in SW 42 Line 7. Was not listed in a Clark
County Census, but he has a daughter Mollie D.
Huntberry, a son who was listed in 1900, William E.
Chandlee (b. May 1868 Iowa) a farmer who owned
51 acres in 1900. His wife was Ollie M. (b. Sep 1878
[Owner of plot was son-in-law Thomas H.
Huntsberry and wife Mollie D. Chandlee Huntsberry
(b. May 1865 in Iowa.] Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1900 Census).
HUNTSBERRY, THOMAS HENRY
b. 12 Feb 1855 Virginia, d. 16 Apr 1930 prosthetic
hypestrophic disease, age 75y 2m 4d. Int. 18 Apr
1930 in SW 42-4 Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
(has marker "Father". He was married to Mollie
(Chandlee) Huntsberry, lived at Redmond, Deschutes
County, Oregon, died at St. Vincents Hospital in
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon attended by
Dr. Cheethum of Portland. The funeral was 18 Apr
1930 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand Dr.
Herbert F. Jones. Ordered by and charged to wife,
Mollie B. Huntsberry. Parents were Jacob
Huntsberry born in Virginia and Katherine
Bowman born in Germany. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
SW 43
SW 43 S/2 bought 9/30/1895 Zachary Stevenson
Russell
SCHUYLER, CHRISTINA
112
b. 1848, d. 30 Apr 1896 of bright's disease, age 48y.
Int. 2 May 1896 SW 43 N/2 Line 6. (W.
SCHUYLER). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
RUSSELL, J. E.
b. 1825 Missouri, d. 29 Sep 1895 of heart failure, age
70y. Int. in SW 43 S/2 line 6. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
RUSSELL, ZACHARY STEVENSON
b. Feb 1853 California, d. 27 Oct 1912 of a
carcinoma of the neck and jaw, age 59y 8m 3d. Int.
29 Oct 1912 in SW 43-2 S/2 Line 6. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married to Cerilla (b. Mar
1891 Washington (her parents were born in England),
They had two sons: (1)Loren E. born Apr 1884 and
(2) Hubert T. born Oct 1885 both born in Washington
Territory. He was a Real Estate dealer, lived at 1481
East 7th in North Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, died at home attended by Drs. Sellwood and
Besson of Portland. The funeral was 29 Oct 1912 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.E. Maley.
Charged to Mrs. Z.S. Russell. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. J.E. Russell both born in Missouri. Ref: #3,
#4 & #6 (1900 Census).
WEST, CHARLES ALMOND
b. Jul 1870 Illinois, d. 30 May 1935 of a coronary
occlusion, age 65y 10m. Int. 3 Jun 1930 in SW 43-1
Line 6. (ZACKARY RUSSELL). A farmer owned 66
acres, his brother was Earl West, married to
Elizabeth. Parents were not listed but were born in
Ohio. Ref: #3
WEST, ELIZABETH
b. Dec 1880 Michigan, d. 31 Jan 1949 of cancer, age
69y 11m. Int. 7 Jan 1949 in SW 43-2 Line 6.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow of Charles A. West.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 44
SW 44 N/2 bought 10/16/1894 by Charles H. Gould
SW 44 S/2 bought 10/25/1894 by Ed Williams
GOULD, ORVILLE A.
b. 1820, d. 15 Oct 1894 of heart trouble, age 74y. Int.
17 Oct 1894 in SW 44 N/2 Line 5 (F.H. GOULD).
He May have been the grandfather of Rollin M.
Gould (b. ca 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri the son of
Charles H. Gould and Luella Morgan). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3
WILLIAMS, CHARLES
113
b. Feb 1894, d. 20 Aug 1894 of inflammation of the
bowels, age 5m. Int. 21 Aug 1894 in SW 44 S/2 Line
5. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Charles Edward
Williams. Ref: #3
SW 45
SW 45 All bought 5/15/1901 by G.W. Dunning
CLARKE, THOMAS H.
b. 1841, d. 31 Jan 1899 of heart disease, age 58y. Int.
2 Feb 1899 in SW 45 Line 4. (G.W. DUNNING).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
ASHER, GEORGE WALTER
b. 5 Jan 1886 Judson, Blue Earth County, Minnesota,
d. 1899 of general disability, age 13y. Int. 10 Jan
1899 in SW 45 Line 4. (G.W. DUNNING). Parents
were John Asher 17 Mar 1843-17 Apr 1911 born
in Guensey County, Ohio and Augusta Louise
Tidland born in Boston Massachusetts the daughter
of John Augustus Tidland and Auora Hammerlund.
The Ashers came to Camas, Clark County,
Washington from Minnesota in the late 1880's with
seven of their of their eight children the last one was
born in Camas. Ref: #2 & #3.
DAVIS, JOHN
b. 1854, d. 10 Jun 1899 in a Rail Road accident, age
45y. Int. in SW 45 Line 4. (G.W. DUNNING).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
EBEHARDT, ARNOLD
b. 1872 France, d. 22 Oct 1898 of TB, age 22y. Int.
24 Oct 1898 in SW 45 Line 4. (G.W. DUNNING). A
brother may have been A. Eberhart born Aug 1873 in
Switzerland who was a baker in 1900 census.
Parents were not listed but were born in France.
Ref: #3
WOODVILLE, A.S.
b. 1850, d. 21 Mar 1900 of consumption, age 50y.
Int. 11 May 1900 in SW 45 Line 4.(G.W.
DUNNING). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 46
SW 46 N/2 bought 8/11/1903 by Christan L.
Engleman
SW 46 S/2 bought ca 1900 by Charles Bliss and Mrs.
Adams
ENGLEMAN, MADSON
b. 2 Apr 1837, d. 10 Aug 1903 of apoplexy, age 66y
4m 8d. Int. Aug 1903 in SW 46 N/2 Line 3. Charged
to son Chris Engleman who is in NW 122 Line 5.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
owned 59 acres. Parents were born in Missouri.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
LAFON, GENEVIEVE ENGLEMAN
b. 1901, d. 19 Oct 1990 cause unknown, age 89y. Int.
9 Nov 1990 in SW 46-2 N/2 ashes. (SELF). Note:in
same plot with Madison Engleman (1837-1903
probably her grandfather). Father was probably
Christian L. Engleman (1865-1940). Ref: #3
FREELANN, NELSON W.
b. 1847, d. 9 Jul 1914 of nephritis, age 67y. Int. 10
Jul 1914 in SW 48 N/2 Line 1. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
CLANN, JIM M.
b. 18 Jan 1824, d. Aug 1898 senile, 74y 7m. Int. in
SW 46 Line 3. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
ADAMS, JOSEPH I.
b. 1843, d. 31 Jan 1900 of pleurisy, age 57y. Int. 2
Feb 1900 SW 46-S/2 Line 3 (Mrs. L.M. ADAMS).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
ADAMS, MRS. L.M.
b. ?, D. ? age ?. Int. SW 46 S/2 (no marker-no
information). Ref: #3
SW 47
SW 47 N/2 bought 1898 by James Miller
SW 47 S/2 bought 10/7/1898 by C. E. Coryell
CORYELL, DONALD
b. 1897 Washington, d. 5 Oct 1898 of whooping
cough, age 1y. Int. 7 Oct 1898 in SW 47 S/2 Line 2.
Parents were C. Elmer Coryell born Feb 1869
Pennsylvania (his parents were also born in
Pennsylvania), a farmer with 107 acres and mother
was Alice L. Coryell born Mar 1870 in
Pennsylvania (her parents were also born in
Pennsylvania). She had 2 children born in
Pennsylvania and three in Washington, Ref: #3 & #6
(1900 Census)
MILLER, JOHN
b. 1833, d. 25 Apr 1898 of consumption, age 65y. Int.
27 Apr 1898 in SW 47 N/2 Line 2. (SELF). {MAY
HAVE BEEN REMOVED}. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
SW 48
SW 48 N/2 bought 10/24/1897 by Louis Yarnell
SW 48 S/2 bought 1898 by Leonard Paulson
YARNELL, LOUIS C.
b. Aug 1857 Missouri, d. Oct 1899, age 42y. Int. 22
Oct 1899 in SW 48 N/2. He was the widower of
Mary Cushow Yarnell, a fireman, and a farmer who
POULSEN/PAULSON, JONATHAN LEONARD
*
b. 1853, d. 12 Apr 1898 of bright's disease, age 45.
Int. 14 Apr 1898 in SW 48 S/2 Line 1 (LEONARD
PAULSON). Soldier Co. C. 178 Ohio Infantry.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
WAGGNER, MARY
b. Oct 1818 Virginia, d. 5 Oct 1901 of consumption
of the bowels, age 83y. Int. in SW 48 S/2 Line 1.
(LEONARD PAULSON). She was a Widow, rented
her home. Note: Anna Poulson (b. 1871 Oregon was
also a widow), was a boarder in Mary Waggner's
home. Parents were not listed but were born in
Virginia. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 49
SW 49 N/2 bought 1899 by James F. Patterson
SW 49 S/2 bought 8/19/1897 by Lemuel Robinson
PATTERSON, JAMES F.
b. Dec 1845 Indiana or Ohio, d. 3 Jun 1926, age 81y
6m. Int. Jun 1926 SW 49 N/2 Line 1. He was a
widower of Mary E. Patterson (1840-1916), [Clark
County 1900 Census] he was a day laborer, owned
137 acres of land. Parents were not listed, but his
father was born in Kentucky and mother in Ohio.
Ref: #3.
PATTERSON, MARY E.
b. 1840, d. 4 Dec 1916 of nephritis, age 76y. Int. 5
Dec 1916 in SW 49 N/2 Line 1. She was married to
James F. Patterson, lived in Hockinson, Clark
County, Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
HENDERSHOT, KATIE
b. 1876, d. 24 Dec 1899 of TB, age 23y. Int. in 26
Dec 1899 in SW 49 N/2 Line 1. Parents were James
F. (1845-1926 born Indian or Ohio and Mary E.
Patterson !840-1916 . Ref: #3
MEYER, LOUIS *
b. 1832 Wurtenberg, Germany, d. Aug 1888, age
56y. Int. 16 Aug 1888 in SW 49 Line 1. In Clark
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County 1880 Census Louis Mayer was a U.S Military
Post L.C. He was married to Elizabeth born 1836 in
Germany and had children born in Washington
Territory were:(1) Louis Jr. (1864), (2) Anna (1866),
(3) Ricka (1868) and (4) Estella (1872). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
ROBINSON, JULIETTA
b. 1849 Pennsylvania, d. 23 Sep 1899 of
consumption, age 50y. Int. 24 Sep 1899 in SW 49 S/2
Line 1. (L. ROBINSON). She was married to
Thomas Watt Robinson (1830-? Ohio) and had
children:(1) Frank Robinson (1867- (buried on the
Thomas Robinson Farm in Fern Pririe along with the
baby that his wife was carring at the time of his
accident and death) who married 20 Sep 1893 Minnie
Mae Blair (daughter of Pinkney Blair and Ellen
Lunsford) she married 2nd William M. Strunk, (2)
George Robinson, (3) John Robinson, (4) Reed
Robinson and (5) Ward Robinson]. Parents were
Samuel Armstrong (1802- Crawford County,
Pennsylvania) son of Joseph Armstrong and Sarah
Ann Daniels; and Catherine Bartlett (1812
Pennsylvania) Ref: #2, #3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1880 Census.
SW 50
50 N/2 bought 5/4/1893 by John Riley Eaton
SW 50 S/2 bought 6/7/1892 by Katie Myers
EATON, JOSEPH *
b. 1814 Crawford County, Illinois, d. 3 May 1893 of
cancer, age 79y. Int. 5 May 1893 in SW 50 N/2 -2.
(JOHN R. EATON). He was the widower to
Charlotte Crist (1814-1889); they lived to celebrate
their Golden Wedding Anniversary (50 years). They
crossed the plains with six children in 1853; The first
four of their children were born in Illinois, the next
two probably in Indiana and the twins were born in
Clark County Washington. Thei children were: (1)
Rebecka Jane (ca 1839- ), (2) Jeremiah “Jerry” (ca
1840 - ), (3) John Riley (1842-1922) married Matilda
H. Gilliham they are buired at Park Hill Cemetery,
(4) Margaret Ann Eton (1845-1881) married John
Robinson they are buried at Page Cemetery, near
Woodland. Washington, (5) Isaac Warren (18471893) married Mary----. They are buried in I.O.O.F
Cemetery in Woodland, Washington, (6) Nanc L.
Eaton (1850- ) and the twins Charlotte Emma (18541881 in San Francisco, California married (a) L.B.
Luelling and (b) ---Campbell and Joseph Eaton
(1854-1933 buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Wooland,
Washington) he married (a) Jone Verosm and (b)
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Alice C. Birt. Joseph Sr. was a farmer, with a 324.67
acre Donation claim in Clark County, Washington.
His wife Charlotte is buried in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery
in Woodland, Washington. (Ref: #1). Joseph Eaton
Sr. was a Private in the Indian War of 1855/56 with
the Lewis Rangers. He was 5' 8 1/2" tall with brown
hair and gray eyes. He was the Clark County
Constable in 1866 & 1867. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #1, & #3.
EATON, LELA EMILY
b. 30 Nov 1887 Missouri, d. 8 May 1930 of
carcinoma of the uterus, 42y 5y 8d. Int. 13 May 1930
in SW 50 N/2 Line 2. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She
was married to Jesse Eaton (1880- ), the son of John
Riley Eaton and Matilda H. Gillihan, (not in the
Cemetery), housewife, Methodist, lived at Castle
Rock, Cowlitz County, Washington, died at San
Francisco, San Francisco County, California attended
by Dr. Paul Michelson of San Francisco, the body
was shipped from San Francisco to KNAPP Funeral
Chapel, Vancouver, Washington, for the funeral 13
May 1930 2 PM with Reverend James T. McQueen.
Note:In the same plot are her chidren:Joseph Eaton
Int. 5 May 1893, an unnamed baby Int. 24 Feb 1907
and Chester Trenton Eaton (22 Jul 1914-3 Oct 1915).
Ordered by and charged to husband Jesse Eaton.
Parents were James D. Cook born in Tennessee
and Lauretta Blair born in Polk County Missouri
20 Feb 1852 - 7 Dec 1917 (she was the daughter of
George Blair and Sarah Rook both born in
Tennessee.) Ref: #1, #3, & #4.
EATON, JOSEPH
b. ?, d. 3 May 1893, age ?, Int. 5 May 1893 in SW 50
N/2. (J.R. EATON). Parents were John Riley Eaton
(1843-1922 born in Illinois) and Matilda Hannah
Gillihan (1856-1938 born in Mercer County,
Missouri). Ref: #1 & #3
EATON, INFANT
b. 24 Feb 1907 Washington, d. 24 Feb 1907
premature, age 00y, premature baby. Int. 24 Feb 1907
SW 50 N/2 line 2. (JOHN RILEY EATON). Parents
were John Riley Eaton (1843-1922) and Matilda
Hannah Gillihan (1856-1933). Ref:#1 & #3,
EATON, CHESTER TRENTON
b. 22 Jul 1914 Washington, d. 3 Oct 1915 obstruction
of the bowels, age 1y 2m 11d. Int. in SW 50-3 N/2
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. The home address not
listed, died at the residence of Mrs. Mary (Frame)
Blair who lived in Camas, Clark County, Washington
was attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 4 Oct 1915 with
Reverend W.E. Rossman. marker at the foot) of his
great grandfather Joseph Eaton's grave who died 5
May 1893 still another headboard in the family plot is
for "Baby Eaton" who died 24 Feb 1907, this child
was an uncle to baby Chester Eaton. Pall bearers
were Leila Rossman, Ruby Blair, Lucy Laver and
Lula Blair. Charged to father, Jesse T. Eaton (son of
John Riley Eaton and Matilda Hannah Gillihan).
Parents were Jessie T. Eaton born 1880 in Clark
County Washington (son of John Riley Eaton and
Matilda Hannah Gilliham and grandson of Joseph
Eaton and Charlotte Christ) and Leila Cook born in
Missouri. Ref: #1 & #3 & 4.
DAVIS, FRANCIS E.
b. Jul 1892, d. 9 Sep 1892 of cholera infantum, age
2m. Int. 11 Sep 1892 in SW 51 S/2 Line 3. (G.B.
DAVIS {probably his father}. Parents were
probably Mr. & Mrs. G.B. Davis. Ref: #3
WOODMAN, CHARLOTTE
b. Jun 1890, d. 4 Oct 1890 died of natural causes, age
4m. Int. SW 50 N/2. Parents were not listed, but
was probably Daniel Woodman and Anna
Elizabeth Bolan. Ref: #1 & #3.
WILSON, TUG (MALE)
b. ? Virginia, d. 2 Mar 1902 of heart failure, age (?).
Int. 4 Mar 1902 in SW 52 N/2 Line 4. (STEVE
WINTERBURGER - who is in SE 52 Line 4 and was
married to Barbara Remlinger]. Parents were not
listed. NOTE: His mother may have been a
"Remlinger" before she married). Ref: #3
MEYERS, FRED
b. 1815, d. 6 Jun 1893 of a hemorrhage of the lungs,
age 72y. Int. 8 Jun 1893 in SW 50 S/2 Line 2.
(KATIE MEYERS). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
SW 51
SW 51 N/2 bought 1896 by William Wordman
SW 51 S/2 bought 1891 by Charles B. Davis
WORDMAN, WILLIAM
b. 1841, d. 9 Aug 1903 of heart disease, age 62y. Int.
Aug 1903 in SW 51 N/2 Line 3. (SELF). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
WORDMAN, HESTER
b. 1876, d. 1896 died of lung trouble, age 20y. Int. 5
Apr 1896 in SW 51 N/2 Line 3. Parents were
probably Mr. & Mrs. William Wordman. Ref: #3
GOODMAN, CHARLOTTE
b. ?, d. ?. Int. 15 Sep 1890 in SW 51 N/2 Line
3.(WILLIAM WORDMAN). Parents were not
listed but probably were Mr. & Mrs. William
Wordman. Ref: #3
DAVIS, MARY
b. Aug 1890, d. 21 Oct 1890 of cholera infantum, age
2m. Int.23 Oct 1890 in SW 51 S/2 Line 3. Parents
were probably Mr. & Mrs. G.B. Davis. Ref: #3
SW 52
SW 52 N/2 bought 8/4/1895 by Tug Wilson
SW 52 S/2 bought 1/4/1897 by Andrew Jackson
Sturgess
POATES, THOMAS
b.?, d. Aug 1897 cause was not listed, age (?). Int. 26
Aug 1897 in SW 52 N/2 Line 4. (TUG WILSON).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
WARD, WINNIFRED
b. 1875 Washington Territory, d. 30 Dec 1903 of
peritonitis, age 28y. Int. 1 Jan 1904 in SW 52 N/2
Line 4. She was married to Joseph A. Ward [b.1876
Washington Territory], a farmer, his father was born
in Iowa and mother in Kansas (1900 Census)].
Parents were Nyrum N. "Nye" Rambo (1856-1926
born in Iowa son of James & Harriet Rambo) and
Mary E. Clark (Apr 1859-1916 born in Oregon)
daughter of Reverend John Jay Clark and Elizabeth
Van Atta). Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
BAGIGALUPO, VINCENT B.
b. 18 Mar 1863, d. 2 Mar 1902, age 39y 11m 12d.
Int. in SW 52 Line 4 (has marker) "In memory of
Vincent B. Bagigalupo born March 18 1863 died
March 2 1902. A brother from our side, just in the
morning of his day. In youth and loved he died."
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
ANDERSON, INFANT
b. 2 Feb 1920 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
d. 2 Feb 1920 of a premature birth, age 00y. Int. in
SW 52-2 Foot Line 4. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Parents lived at 1114 West 9th St. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington. Child died at home attended by
Dr. Charles MacCallum of Vancouver. The funeral
was 3 Feb 1920 at grave site with Reverend A.J.
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Thompson. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. James
Anderson of Vancouver Washington. Ref: #3 & #4.
STURGESS, ANDREW JACKSON
b. 4 Jun 1834 Allegheny County, New York, d. 22
Mar 1898 of paralysis, age 63y 9m 18d. Int. 24 Mar
1898 in SW 52 S/2 Line 4 (has marker "Aseep in
Jesus, blessed sleep, from which none ever wake to
weep. A calm and undisturbed repose unbroken by
the lust of foes". He was a farmer, married (1) Susan
Patterson (1839-1876) buried in NW 60-4 Line 14,
her children were:(a) Laura D. (1857) married John
D. Harris, (b) Walter (1859 dy), (c) Edith Lillian
(1860 married (a.) Wilson and (b.) George
Washington Henkle, Mary (1867 married Clarence
Vail) and (d) Jesse (1868 married Anna Dietrich); (e)
Andrew married (2) Rosa Armstrong (1860-1885)
buried at Pioneer Cemetery. His children by Rosa
Armstrong were: Asa (1872), Mabel (1876 married
Charles Hayes), and Andrew Jackson married (3)
Anna M. Fields her children were: Frank (1878), and
Fred Sturgess (1883 married Orphelia Blair). Parent
were David Sturgess (1797-1854) and Adelaide
(1810-1873) both born in New York, Anna M.
Fields remarried to George Beatty and is buried in SE
8-1. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870, 1871 and 1880
Census).
DOWNIE, MARGARET ANN
b.24 Feb 1849 Iowa, d. 13 Mar 1919 of heart leissons
and bowel trouble, age 70y 0m 17d. Int. 13 Mar 1919
in SW 52-2 (J.G.DOWNIE) [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Permit for burial #404 by Dr. J.M.P.
Chalmers. She was married to J.G. Downie, she was
a housewife and lived at 800 West 11th St.,
Vancouver. Died at home attended by Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver, Washington. The funeral was
13 Mar 1919 at 2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
an unnamed minister. Parents were James
Harkleroad and her mother was not listed. Ref: #3,
#4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 53
SW 53 N/2 bought 8/19/1897 by Samuel K. Ross
SW 53 S/2 bought 7/25/1897 by Mrs. R.T. Canby
ROSS, JOHN
b. 1804 Scotland, d. 19 Aug 1897 died of sarcoma,
age 93y. Int. 20 Aug 1897 in SW 53 N/2 Line 5.
[SAMUEL K.ROSS & SON]. Parents were not
listed, but were born in Scotland. Ref:#3 & #5.
ROSS, SAMUEL K.
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b. Apr 1834 New York, d. 19 Jun 1907 of chronic
bronchitis, age 73y 2m. Int. 20 Jun 1907 in SW 53
N/2 Line 5. In the Clark County 1900 Census he was
listed as a farmer who owned 62 acres; he was listed
as single. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. John Ross. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1900 Census).
BATES, THOMAS
b. 1850, d. 24 Aug 1897 of heart failure, age 47y. Int.
26 Aug 1897 in SW 53 N/2. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3
CANBY, SAMUEL (Major) *
b. 5 Aug 1837 Wilmington, New Castle County,
Delaware, d. 24 Jul 1897 of drowning, age 59y 11m
19d. Int. 26 Jul 1897, SW 53 S/2 Line 5. (MRS.R.T.
CANBY). He was a Civil Was Vet. He was/had been
married. Parents were not listed. (Note: A Dr.
Canby who was not married was in 1845 a member
of the Stephen Meek Train who were lost in the
mountains in the Cascade Range.) Ref: #3
SW 54
SW 54 N/2 bought 3/1 1897 by Mary L. Yarnell
SW 54 S/2 bought 8/4/1896 by Mrs. Emma Morris
LEE, CATHERINE W.
b. 16 Oct 1876 Missouri, d. 4 Feb 1923 of cancer of
the uterus, age 46y 4m 18d. Int. 6 Feb 1923 in SW 54
N/2 line 6. (YARNELL). [HAMILTON
MORTUARY]. She was married to M.S. Lee, she
was a housewife, a Christian, lived at 1204 Esther
Ave., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. William Cass of Vancouver.
Funeral 6 Feb 1923 2 PM at HAMILTON CHAPEL
with Reverend Charles Baskerville. Ordered by and
charged to husband M.S. Lee. Parents were Louis C.
Yarnell (1857-1899) (a fireman who owned a 59 acre
farm in 1900) and Mary Cushow both born in
Missouri. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
FOSTER, SUSAN E.
b. Dec 1855, d. 28 Feb 1897 of cancer of the womb,
age 41y 2m. Int. 1 Mar 1897 in SW 54 Line 6. ( Her
husband may have been William H. Foster age 40y
who ran a Ferry Boat in 1880 census and was a
boarder at Edwin A. Willis.). Parents were not
listed, but may have been John and Margaret
Morris buried in the same plot. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
MORRIS, JOHN
b. May 1826 Ohio, d 1908, age 82y. Int. 18 August
1908 in SW 54 S/2 Line 6. (EMMA MORRIS). He
was married to Margaret Morris (b. Aug 1833 Ohio),
a farmer who rented land. (Ref: 1900 Clark County
Washington Census). Father was born in Delaware
and mother was born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 &
#6 (1900 Census).
MORRIS, MARGARET
b. 27 Aug 1833 Ohio, d. 9 Apr 1916 of probable
chronic endocarditis, age 82y, 7m, 13d. Int. in SW
54-3 S/2 Line 6. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
the widow of John Morris (1826-1908), a housewife,
lived with daughter and son-in-law, E.A. Blackmore,
in Ridgefield, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr.R.S. Stryker of Ridgefield. The
funeral was 11 Apr 1916 at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend M.L.B. Quick of Camas. Pall bearers were:
Mrs. Emma C. (Mrs.Benjamin F.) Packard, David K.
Webster, Archie A. Quarnberg, Newman C. Hall,
Eric O. Caleen, and Dug Caples. Singers were:Mrs.
(? Bridget) Keith and Mrs.Gankle. Charge to E.A.
Blackmore (son-in-law). Daughters were: Mrs. C.A.
Homan and Mrs. Emma A. Blackman. Parents were
not listed but were born in Ireland. Ref: #3, #4 & 6
(1900_Census.)
MORRIS, JAMES
b. 1852, d. Jul 1896), age 44y, Int. 29 Jul 1896 in SW
54 S/2 Line 6. (EMMA MORRIS - sister). Parents
were John Morris (1826-1908 born in Ohio) and
Margaret Morris (1833-1916 born in Ohio). Ref: #3
SW 55
SW 55 N/2 All bought 2/11/1895 bought by Adolph
Smiley
SW 55 S/2 bought 8/6/1906 by Minnie Franklin,
transferred from A. Smiley
SMILEY, ADOLPH
b. 12 Dec 1858 Iowa, d. 10 Aug 1914 1:45 AM of
cerebral paralysis, age 55y 7m 28d. Int. in SW 55
N/2-1 Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was a
widower to Rebecca Jane (Thompson) Smiley, a
carpenter who lived at 21st and Harney Sts.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at St.
Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver, Washington attended
by Dr.J.M.P. Chambers of Vancouver. The funeral
was 11 Aug 1914 at the Vancouver I.O.O.F. Hall
with Reverend J.M. Cause. Pall Bearers were: Harry
Classen, Simeon Durgan and Dan Hildreth. Charged
to Roy Smiley 1108 West 16th St. Vancouver,
Washington and wife Nema Smiley (1890-1976), and
Mrs. Wilmont B. Richardson (1884-1943) Parents
were William Smiley (1833-1903) who was a Civil
War Vet CO I Iowa Inf. and Cloita C. (Stone)
Smiley (1837-1919). They are buried in NW 32 Line
14. Ref: #1,#3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SMILEY, REBECCA JANE
b. 20 Jul 1868 born in Cedar County, Missouri, d. 11
Feb 1895, age 26y 6m 22d. Int. in SW 55 N/2 Line 7.
Rebecca crossed the plains in 1880 with her mother,
Mary M. Firestone Thompson Swank and step father,
Absolom Swank. Her children were born in Missouri
and were:(1) Roy (Feb 1884) married Minnie Probst,
(2) William (Feb 1888) and (3) Nema (1890) married
Wilmont B. Richardson. Parents were Young W.
Thompson and Mary Firestone (who married (2)
Absolom Swank). Ref: #2 & #3.
FRANKLIN, FRANCIS (FRANK) M.
b. 30 Sep 1846 Indiana, 20 Jun 1906. Int. in SW 55
S/2 line 7 (has marker) "Gone but not forgotten").
Married to Minnie (Smiley) Franklin (1862-1942).
An orchardist had 109 acres, timber cruiser, worked
for a company based in Boston, Massachusetts; he
was sent for 2 1/2 years in Central America to select
mahogany to be shipped to New England and his
wife, Minnie, went with him. The 1900 Clark
County, Washington Census listed living with him
was his wife Minnie, his son William Curry Franklin
and his nephew Frank M. Smiley ( born Jun 1888
Washington). Father was born in North Carolina
and Mother born in Indiana. Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6
(1880 & 1900 Census).
FRANKLIN, WILLIAM CURRY
b. 1 Jan 1881 Missouri, d. 11 May 1931 of asthma
and cardiac insufficiency, age 50y 4m 10d. Int. 13
May 1931 in SW 55 S/2 Line 7. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was single- an only child of
Minnie and Francis Franklin. William Franklin
attended University of Washington in Seattle and was
a Civil Engineer, nut and fruit grower, lived at Rt. 3
Box 29 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at the Medical Dental Building in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon attended by Dr. Ralph
Lieser of Vancouver. The funeral was 13 May 1931 2
PM at the Elks Temple #823 with an Elks Funeral
Ritual. Ordered by and charged to mother, Mrs.
Minnie Franklin Coopey. Parents were Francis M.
Franklin (1846- 1906) born in Indiana and Minnie
Smiley (1862-1942) born in Iowa. Ref:#2, #3, #4 &
#6 (1900 Census).
COOPEY, Minnie (Franklin)
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b. 28 Mar 1862 Apanosse County, Iowa, d. 21 Mar
1942 of senility in Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, age 80y 11m 23d. Int. 24 Mar 1942 in SW
55-2 S/2 Line 7 (has marker under name of Minnie
Franklin). [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Widow of (1)
Francis M. Franklin and (2) married 26 Dec 1916
Charles Coopey (born abt. 1855 in England no
marker in Cemetery). He was an important man in
early Vancouver. After Francis Franklin died Minnie
with her son operated a prune orchard and later a
walnut nut farm which was started by her father,
William Smiley; he had brought the cuttings from
Iowa. She had come to Vancouver, Washington in
1882/3 with her family William and Cloita Smiley.
Minnie was a housewife, Protestant, she was well
traveled for her first husband, Francis Franklin, took
her with him to South America. She lived in Portland,
Oregon for 5 years. She died at the St. Joseph's Home
attended by Dr. Richard N. Jacobs of Portland. The
funeral was 24 Mar 1942 (Tuesday) 2PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend T.E. Elliott of Vancouver.
Ordered by W.Y. Master's in charge of the estate and
Margretha Mickleson. Parents (in NW 32 Line 14)
were William Smiley 1833-1903 born in Hawkins
County, Tennessee son of Jacob Smiley and
Catherine Molan). William Smiley was a veteran of
the Civil War CO. I 36th Iowa Volunteers and the
mother was Cloita Caroline Stone born in Indiana,
the daughter of William Stone and Jane Henry. The
William Smiley Family rented a "housekeeping
railroad car" in 1883 and came to live in Clark
County, Washington. They raised prunes and nuts,
He made one of the first prune diers in Clark County.
William Smiley was at one time Master of
Washington Lodge #4 A.F. & A.M.). Ref: #2, #3, #4,
#6 (1900 Census).
SW 56
SW 56 All bought 9/27/1898 by Matt Spurgeon
SPARKS, JOHN OLIVER
b. 7 Feb 1871 Irvington, Iowa, d. 24 Jun 1894 of
consumption, age 23y 4m 17d. Int. 26 Jun 1894 in
SW 56 N/2 Line 8. (ELLA SPARKS). Married to
Ella Proebstel. Parents were Edwin Sparks (18291891 born in Ohio) and Priscilla Spurgeon (18321919) born in Iowa. Ref:#1, #3, & #6 (1880 Census).
SPURGEON, MATHIAS *
b. 22 Apr 1838 Muscatine County, Iowa, d. 11 Mar
1918 of paralysis, age 79y 10m 19d. Int. 14 Mar 1918
in SW 56-5 S/2 Line 8. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He
was orphaned when a young boy of 13 years old and
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he came over the Oregon Trail in 1852 with his uncle
George Spurgeon and his wife, Margaret Hatten
Spurgeon and their family. George drove a double
yoke of oxen over the North Platt River to The
Dalles, Oregon and then rafting down the Columbia
River to Fort Vancouver and they went north to the
Olympia area in Washington Territory where George
Spurgeon took out a Donation Land Claim of 320
acres where the family resided until 1856 when they
moved to Vancouver for better protection. Mathias
fought in the Indian uprising 1855/56 serving under
Captain William Kelley in Company "A". Mathias
Spurgeon was of Irish extraction, he hunted for gold
one spring but had no luck so he came back to Clark
County and purchased a farm on Vancouver Lake. He
married on 21 Oct 1877 Nancy Olive Dillon (18561940), and they had 7 children. One of the many jobs
Mathias had was working for William Dillon, the
uncle of Nancy Olive Dillon, Elias Spurgeon and
Jane Likens. Mathias was a farmer in Clark County
Washington and he was retired at the time of his
death and lived at 800 West 12th St. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. W.H. Arnold of Vancouver. The funeral was 14
Mar 1918 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
A.D. Skaggs. Order given by Mrs. Nancy Surgeon
and her sons & daughter. Charged to son-in-law
Charles White Nichols. Parents were Elias
Spurgeon who died in 1847 and Jane Likens who
died 21 Mar 1851 both were born in Ohio and
buried in Iowa [their daughters Priscilla married
Edwin Sparks and Sevilla married Levi Sparks). Ref:
#1, #3,#4 & #6 (1860, 1870, 1880 & 1900 Census).
SPURGEON, NANCY OLIVE
b. 22 Mar 1856 Hillsboro, Washington County,
Oregon, d. 24 Sep 1940 Monrovia, Los Angleles
County,California no cause was listed, age 84y 6m
2d. Int. 28 Sep 1940 in SW 56-2 S/2 Line 8. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Mathias
Spurgeon (1838-1918) who has a marker next
Nancy). She was a housewife, Protestant. Nancy
before she was married was one of the earliest school
teachers in Oregon and Clark County, Washington
where she taught her own seven children and the
neighbor children because at that time there were no
established schools in her area. She had lived in
Washington State for 56 years, but died at Monrovia,
Los Angeles County, California, no doctor was listed.
The remains were sent via motor by (RENAKER
MORTUARY - Monrovia, California) for the funeral
28 Sep 1940 (Saturday) 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Walter Givens. Her children were:(1)
Ella Ann (1878-1958) married Charles White
Nichols, (2) Mary Jane (1880-1965) married Harry
Ray Brooks, (3) John Randolph (1882-1965) married
Julia Ann Scott, (4)_ Mathias Oliver (1885-1962)
married Grace May Abel, (5) Leo Clyde (1895-1912)
buried in SW 56-2 Line 8, (6) Theo Claudia (18961898) buried in SW 56 S/2 Line 8, and (7) Gerald
Vernon Spurgeon (1899-1981) married Geraldine
Rose they are buried in Fisher Cemetery in Camas,
Washington. Ordered by daughter Ella Ann ( Mrs.
Charles White) Nichols (1878-1958). Charged to son
John Randolph Spurgeon (1882-1965) the executive.
Parents were Jeremiah Dillon (1826-1856 born in
Fayette County, Iowa and died at Sauvie's Island
(which was then part of Washington Territory) he
was the younger brother of William Dillon. Note:
Knapp record shows William to be the father of
Nancy Olive but he and his wife, Harriet Hatten,
sister of Elizabeth Hatten Matthews took care of
Nancy Olive until 1860, when her mother Roxy Ann
Brooks (1829-1910) born in Ontario, Canada, (she
and Jeremiah Dillon had 3 children); after her
husband died she went back to Iowa and in 1858 she
married her widowed brother-in-law and they had
seven more children. John and Roxy Ann Brooks
Dillon Cramer are buried at Wilson Bridge/Manor
Cemetery in Clark County Washington. Ref: #1, #3,
#4, #5 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
SW 57 S/2 bought 1/24/1893 by ...Hays
SPURGEON, LEO CLYDE
b. 18 Jan 1895, d. 15 Jun 1912 of an accidental gun
shot wound to the left breast, shoulder and neck, age
17y 4m 28d. Int. 18 Jun 1912 in SW 56-3 S/2 Line 8.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, was a farm laborer,
lived at home with parents at Fruit Valley Ranch
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Vancouver Coroner. The funeral was 18
Jun 1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverends
Ghormely and Ross. Order given by Matt Spurgeon
and Charles Nichols. Charged to John Spurgeon.
Parents were Mathias Spurgeon (1838-1918) and
Nancy Olive Dillon (1856-1940). Ref: #1, #3, #4 &
#6 (1900 Census).
SW 58
SW 58 N/2 bought 8/30/1892 by J.W. Smith
SW 58 S/2 bought 11/3/1892 by Charles DuPuis
SPURGEON, THEO CLAUDIA
b. 11 Aug 1896 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 14 Sep 1898 Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, age 2y 1m 3d. Funeral 17 Sep
1898. Int. 17 Sep 1898 in SW 56 S/2 Line 8. Parents
were Mathias Spurgeon (1832-1918) and Nancy
Olive Dillon (1856-1940). Ref: #1 & #3.
SW 57
COFFMAN, ARLIE (MALE)
b. 22 Sep 1892 Washington, d. 22 Sep 1892 of a
membranous croup, age 1d. Int. 23 Sep 1892 in SW
57 N/2 line 9. Parents were Kelly Coffman b. Jul
1863 Kansas, a sawyer and rented his home (in Clark
County Washington 1900 census) and wife was Amy
E.( ) Coffman born Aug 1868 in Oregon. Ref: #3
COFFMAN, GOLDY C. (MALE)
b. 1888 Washington, d. 1 Oct 1892 of membranous
croup, age 4y. Int. 2 Oct 1892 in SW 57 N/2 line 9.
Parents may have been Kelly Coffman b. Jul 1863
Kansas, a sawyer and rented his home (Clark County
Washington 1900 census) and wife was Amy E. ( )
Coffman born Aug 1868 in Oregon. Ref: #3
BOYER, JACOB GEORGE
b. Apr 1909, d. 25 Aug 1909 of brain trouble, age
4m. Int. 25 Aug 1909 in SW 57-1 Line 9. Parents
were not listed, but were probably William Boyer
(1881 born in Vancouver Clark County, Washington
Territory (son of Walter and Afdassah Boyer) who
married 18 Oct 1903 in Clark County, Washington
Addie M. Prutzman (daughter of Jacob D Prutzman
and Matilda Shearer). Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
SMITH, INFANT (MALE)
b. 1890, d. 29 Aug 1892 of Malaria dysentery, age
2y. Int. 31 Aug 1892 in SW 58 N/2 Line 10. (J.W.
SMITH). Parents were John W. & Mary Smith in
SW 176. Ref: #3
DUPUIS, FRANCIS/FRANK XAVIER
b. Sep 1863 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 14 Jun 1929 of a hernia, age 65y 9m. Int.
16 Jun 1929 in SW 58-1 S/2 Line 10.[LIMBERS
FUNERAL HOME]. He was married 30 Jun 1892 in
Vancouver, Washington to Maude Loomis (18731950 has marker next to husband). He was a brick
layer. Parents were Nicholas Joseph Dupuis (31
Mar 1815-10 Oct 1897) born in L'Acadie, Quebec,
Canada who first came to the Hudson Bay's Fort
Vancouver in 1832/1833 as a French Voyager
trapper, he returned to Quebec and married 6 Feb
1837 Julienne Modeste Demers and in 1859 they
crossed The Oregon Trail to Vancouver. He helped
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build Ft. Hall and Ft. Boise in Idaho, also he fought
Indians and was in the Gold Rush of Idaho. Julienne
Modeste Demers was born in Quebec in 1820 and
died in 1905 both are buried at St. James Acres
Catholic Cemetery in 145/10 and 145/12. Ref: #1, #3,
#5 & #6 (1871, 1880 & 1900 Census).
DUPUIS, MAUDE
b. Mar 1873 Clark County, Washington, d. 8 Mar
1950 of cardiac arrest in Pacific County, Washington,
age 76y 11m. Funeral and Int. 11 Mar 1950 in SW
58-1 S/2 Line 10. [PENINSULA FUNERAL
HOME]. Widow of Frank Dupuis (1863-1939), She
was the mother of (1) James Wallace Dupuis, (2)
Julia Maris Dupuis, and (3) Herbert Dupuis. Parents
were named Mr. & Mrs. Loomis. Ref: #1, #3, & #6
(1900 Census).
DUPUIS, JAMES WALLACE
b. Feb 1895 Washington, d. 20 Feb 1929 of a stroke,
age 77y. Int. 23 Feb 1972 in SW 58-4 S/2 Line 10.
(SELF). [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Married to Mary Katherine ( ) Dupuis (1904-1963).
Parents were Francis DuPuis (1863-1929) and
Maude (Loomis) DuPuis (1873-1950). Ref: #2, #3,
#5 & #6 (1900 Census).
DUPUIS, MARY KATHERINE
b. Aug 1904 California, d. 23 Oct 1963 of heart
disease, age 59y 2m. Int. 25 Oct 1963 in SW 58-2 S/2
Line 10. (CHARLES DuPUIS) [HAMILTON
MORTUARY]. Wife of James DuPuis, Parents
were not listed. Ref:#2 & #3 & #4.
BIRCK, BERNIECE
b. 1887, d. 3 Nov 1892 of membranous croup, age
5y. Int. 4 Nov 1892 SW 58 S/2 Line 10. (CHARLES
Du PUIS). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 59
SW 59 N/2 bought 5/3/1892 by H.C. Haskins
SW 59 S/2 bought ca 1892 by Mrs. Mary Pruelx
HASKINS, D.V. (FEMALE)
b. 1858, d. 2 May 1892 of consumption, age 34y. Int.
3 May 1892 in SW 59 N/2. (H.C. HASKINS).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
BROWN, HOUSTON
b. 9 Jul 1920, d. 29 Aug 1920 of cholera infantum,
age 1m 20d. Int. 30 Aug 1920 in SW 59-3 S/2 foot
Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Lived at 7101
King St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
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at home attended by Dr. William A. Cass of
Vancouver, no funeral was listed and no clergy. [Paid
by Isadore Proulx Jr.] Father was not listed, but
was named ...Brown and mother was Isabelle (
)Brown. Ref: #3, & #4.
PROULX, EDWARD
b. 1869 Washington, d. 31 Oct 1907 of TB, age 38y.
Int. 1 Nov 1907 in SW 59 S/2 Line 11. (MARY
PROULX). Parents were Francois Proulx (18161860) born in St. Helene Parish, Montreal,
Canada was with the Hudson Bay Company and
married (2) about 1852 an Indian woman named
Amelia (1822- ). Ref: #1 & #3
PROULX, EMMA O.
b. 4 Jan 1892, d. 11 Jul 1900 of scarlet fever, age 8y.
Int. in SW 59 S/2 Line 11 (has marker "Weep not
father and mother for me. For I am waiting in glory
for thee". Parents were Isadore Proulx (1854-1928)
and Eudora Angeline ( ) Predue (they are buried at
Park Hill Cemetery). Ref: #3
SW 60
SW 60 N/2 bought 5/16/1891 by George Barnett
SW 60 S/2 bought about 1891 by George Metcalf
BARNETT, GEORGE PIERCE
b. 1851 Iowa, d. 16 May 1891 by suicide - cut his
jugular vein, age 40y. Int. 17 May 1891 in SW 60
N/2 Line 12. NOTE: He was related to Elizabeth
Longridge Barnett who was the mother of Margaret
Lockwood DuBois, (wife of William Blair DuBois).
Newspaper Clipping: Quoted from the Vancouver
Independent: “Wednesday 20 May 1891 ...Sat. (16
May 1891) "George Barnett, well known in the
community as an honest industrious and sober man
arose from his bed at the residence of W.B. Dubois
and ...[caused his] suicide by severing the jugular
vein and died before the family were aware of the sad
affair." Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #7
DUBOIS, INFANT
b. 17 Sep 1897 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 17 Sep 1897 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. 18 Sep 1897 in SW 60 N/2 Line 12. (George
Barnett Plot). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
METCALF, GEORGE MILLER *
b. 25 Dec 1858 Kentucky, d. 8 Aug 1910 by suicide
(gun shot in mouth), age 51y 6m 14d. Int. 10 Aug
1910 in SW 60 S/2 Line 12 [KNAPP MORTUARY]
(has marker in lot with another George Metcalf Int. 6
Oct 1904, his son (1897-1904). He was married to
Lena Metcalf (she has no marker in the Metcalf plot),
he was a laborer, retired Spanish American War Vet,
lived at 2309 Markle Ave Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Coroner of
Vancouver. The funeral was 10 Aug 1910 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend William Park. Charge to
Clark County Welfare paid by B.L. Burnett. Children
were in 1900 Census (1)Mabel, (2) Maud and (3)
George all born in Washington. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
LEWIS, MARGARET
b. Jul 1815 Ohio, d. 25 Aug 1900 died of old age, age
85y. Int. in SW 61 S/2 Line 13. She was the widow
of James R. Lewis and the mother of Amelia C.
(Lewis) Wilson the wife of Henry Dore Wilson and
lisve with them in 1900 Census. Her father was
born in Ireland and her mother in Pennsylvania.
Ref: #3 #6 (1900 Census.)
SW 62
SW 62 All bought 2/12/1880 by Andrew J.
Remington
METCALF, GEORGE
b. Feb 1897, d. 22 Oct 1904 of tonsillitis, age 7y 9m.
Int. 23 Oct 1904 in SW 60 S/2 Line 12. Parents were
George & Lena Metcalf. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
REMINGTON, ANDREW J.
b. 1833 Massachusetts, d. 30 Aug 1923 of senility,
age 90y 10m. Int. 5 Sep 1923 in SW 62 Line 15.
Widower of (1) Mary T (Ellen) (1839-1890)
Remington and (2) Harriet (1861-1914) Remington.
He was a farmer and a carpenter. In the 1880 Census
he lived in the Cedar Creek area, a mountainous
country with no villages. He may have been a man
called "Judge Remington". In the 1900 census he was
a "superintendent" (of what?) and had a 41 acres
farm. The family were listed in the 1871 Census of
Clark County Washington as his wife “Ellen”, son
Frank L. born 1864 and daughter Emma born 1867.
Parents were not listed, but were both born in
Massachusetts. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 &
1900 Census).
METCALF, ALICE G.
b. Mar 1890, d. 23 May 1891 of infantile typhoid,
age 10m. Int. 24 May 1891 in SW 60 S/2. Parents
were George & Lena/Leanah Metcalf. Ref: #3
HUDSON, MYRTLE M.
b. 14 Nov 1891, d 27 Dec 1891 of erysipelas, age
45d. Int. 28 Dec 1891 in SW 60 S/2 Line 12.
(GEORGE METCALF). Parents were probably
Edward and Alice Hudson (Edward is listed as a
Forage Master for the US Government) both of the
Hudsons were born in New York. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
SW 61
SW 61 N/2 bought 1875-1892 by J.H. Moss
SW 61 S/2 bought 1896 by James R. Lewis
RUSSELL, AMELIA
b. Nov 1854, d. 13 Feb 1919 of a hemorrhage, age
65y 4m. Int. 18 Feb 1919 in SW 61 Line 13. She
may have been an aunt to James M. Mathews if so
she was born in Indiana). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
LEWIS, JAMES R. *
b. 1810 Vermont, d. 22 Feb 1896 of old age, age 86y.
Int. 24 Feb 1896 in SW 61 S/2. Married to Margaret (
) Lewis (1815-1900) buried next to him. NOTE:
Clark County 1871 Census says he was a pensionersoldier of the Mexican and US War, and a farmer.
Parents were not listed but his Father was born in
Rhode Island and Mother in New York. Ref: #3 &
#6 (1880 Census).
REMINGTON, MARY T. (ELLEN)
b. 6 Feb 1839 New York City, New York, d. 29 Mar
1890 of pleurisy, age 51y 1m 5d. Int. Mar 1890 in
SW 62 Line 14 (has marker). "Honored and respected
by friends. She will be mourned by all who knew
her." She was the 1st wife of Andrew J. Remington
(had two children born in Oregon, (1) Frank L.
Remington born 1864 and (2) Emma Remington born
in 1867). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3, & #6
(1870, 1871, & 1880 Census).
REMINGTON, HATTIE/HARRIET
b. 26 Jul 1861 ? Canada/California, d. 13 Feb 1914 of
a brain hemorrhage, age 53. Int. 14 Feb 1914 in SW
62-1 Line 14. Int. 14 Feb 1914 in SW 62-1 Line 14.
She was the 2nd wife of Andrew J. Remington (in the
1880 Census he had (1) wife "Ellen" age 37 born
(1843 in New York). Parents were not named but
both were born in New Brunswick, Canada.
Ref:#3 & #6 (1900 Census).
ALLEN, EDWARD
b. Sep 1889, d. 29 Jul 1890 of cholera infantum, age
18 months. Int. 30 Jul 1890 in SW 62 N/2 Line 14
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(has marker). (ANDREW A. REMINGTON).
Parents were not listed, but they may be “Alva
Allen born in 1861 or his brother Henry Allen born
in 1867 both Indiana; the mother's maiden name may
have been Emma Remington born in 1867 in Oregon.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
OSBORN, CHARLES B.
b. Nov 1840 Michigan, d. 3 Jul 1936 of an injury, age
78y 7m. Int. 5 Jul 1919 in SW 62 N/2 Line 14 (has
marker "Father"). He was the widower to Mary A. (
) Osborn (1843-1936). He was a farmer who owned
201 acres. Parents were not listed but his mother
was born in Connecticut. Ref: #3
OSBORN, MARY A.
b. Jan 1843 New York, d. 17 May 1936 of chronic
nephritis, age 93y 4m. Int. 18 May 1936 in SW 62-4
N/2 Line 14 (has marker "mother"). Married to
Charles B. Osborn (1840-1936). Had a daughter
Alice born 1887. Parents were not listed but father
was born in New York and mother in
Pennsylvania. Ref: #3
SHELDON, FRANK W.
b. 1856, d. 20 Jul 1890 of morphine overdose, age
34y. Int. 21 Jul 1890 in SW 62 S/2 Line 14.
(A.REMINGTON).Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
DOAKE, WILLIAM
b. 1860, d. 1 Feb 1914 of cancer of the liver, age 54y.
Int. 3 Feb 1914 in SW 62-1 (no marker). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 63
SW 63 N/2 bought 1886 by Mrs. J. S. Price
SW 63 S/2 bought 1886 by Owen Pinir
PRICE, G. L. (MALE)
b. 1834, d. 1 Feb 1886 of inflammation of the
bowels, age 52y. Int. 3 Feb 1886 in SW 63 N/2 Line
15. (Mrs. J.S. PRICE). Note:In the Clark County
1880 Census was James Price born in 1833/34 in
Ohio (a servant and farm laborer for Horace D.
Tenny) whose's parents were father born in Ohio and
mother in Vermont. G.L. Price may have been the
brother of James Price. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1880 Census.)
PRICE, J. S. (FEMALE)
b. 1838, d. 26 Mar 1901 of liver disease, age 63y. Int.
28 Mar 1901 in SW 63 N/2 Line 15. (SELF) She may
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have been the wife of G.L. Price. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
PRICE, INFANT
b. 18 Sep 1927, d. 18 Sep 1927 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. 19 Sep 1927 in SW 63 N/2 Line 15. (Mrs.
J.S. PRICE). [HAMILTON MORTUARY]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
SODERLUND, INFANT (MALE)
b. 12 Sep 1925, d. 12 Sep 1925 of instrument
debility, age 00y. Int. 12 Sep 1925 in SW 63 N/2
Line 15 (no marker). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
PINIR, OWEN *
b. 1834 North Carolina, d. 17 Mar 1899, age 65y. Int.
Mar 1899 in SW 63 S/2 Line 15. In the 1870 Census
he was a soldier US Ordnance Department; In the
Clark County 1880 Census he was married to Hattie (
) Pinir (b. 1848 Missouri), a saddler, had a daughter
Mary Pinir (1879 Idaho). Parents were not listed
but were both born in North Carolina. Ref: #3, #6
(1870 & 1880 Census).
PINIR, MARY
b. 1879 Idaho, d. 15 Mar 1886, age 7y, Int. Mar 1886
in SW 63 S/2 Line 15. Parents were Owen Pinir
(1834-1899 born in North Carolina) & Hattie ( )
Pinir (1848 born in Missouri). Ref: #3 & #6 (1870
Census).
SW 64
SW 64 All bought 1876 by John Blurock
BLUROCK, HENRY
b. Sep 1809 Saxony, Germany, d. 3 Jul 1890 of old
age, age 81y 10m. Int. 3 Jul 1907 in SW 64 Line 16.
(JOHN BLUEROCK). He was the widower to
Catherine M. Blurock (1812-1885). After emigrating
to the United States the family lived in Pennsylvania
and Missouri. He came over the Oregon Trail in 1876
by Mule team with his wife, his son, John Blurock
and John's wife, Margaret and their 7 children.
Parents were not listed but both were born in
Germany. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
BLUROCK, CATHERINE M.
b. 26 Mar 1812 Saxony, Germany, d. 14 Aug 1885,
age 73y 4m 19d. Int. Aug 1885 in SW 64 Line 16
(has marker "Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep, from
which none ever wake to weep. A calm and
undisturbed repose, unbroken by the last of foes.")
(JOHN BLUROCK). She was married to Henry
Blurock (1809-1890 has marker next to wife). They
came to Clark County Washington Territory with
their son John Blurock and his family in 1876
crossing the Oregon Trail with a team of mules.
Parents were not listed, but were born in
Germany. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
Blurock (1874-1959) married Samuel Adwlbert
Marsh 10 Oct 1893 they are buried at Park Hill.
Parents were named Mr. & Mrs. Sang both born
in Prussia. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
BLUROCK, JOHN
b. 1832 Saxony, Germany, d. 6 Jan 1907 of bright's
disease, age 76y. Int. 8 Jan 1907 in SW 64 Line 16.
Married to Margaret (Sang) Bluerock (1833-1922 has
marker next to husband), Presbyterian. He and
(Jared-Jere) Harmer each had 1/2 interest in Harmer's
Meat market which was run by the Harmers; John
Blurock & Sons also owned a dairy and farmed
vegetables in Clark County. They also had beef
which they fed on grazing property in eastern
Washington which was run by Blurock's and raised
sheep for sale. Following the death of Jarius Harmer
in 1886 the Blurocks took over the meat market. The
elder Blurocks, Henry and Catherine M. Blurock,
with their son John Blurock emigrated from
Germany; lived at first in Pennsylvania and Missouri.
The Blurock Family including John, his wife,
Margaret Sang, and their seven children plus his
mother & father crossed the plains with a mule team
to Clark County, Washington Territory in 1876.
Parents were Henry & Catherine M. Blurock both
born in Saxony, Germany. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
YOUNG, GEORGE HENRY
b. 7 Dec 1833 Darmstaad, Hessia, Germany, d. 16
Jan 1919 of influenza and pneumonia, age 85y 1m
9d. Int. 18 Jan 1919 in SW 65 Line 16. Has marker
("Father"). Married to Katherine (1852-1908) in
Germany. He was a brewer with his brother, Anton
Young, and lived with the Young's. Came to United
States about 1883. Parents were not listed. Ref: #2,
#3, #4 & #6 (1880 Census).
BLUEROCK, MARGARET/MARGARITE
b. Jun 1833 Prussia, d. 26 Jul 1922 of old age and
senility, age 89y 1m. Int. 29 Jul 1922 in SW 64 Line
16. She was the widow of John Blurock (1832-1907
has marker next to wife). Children were:(1) Edward
M. (1858-1937 Pennsylvania buried in Park Hill
Cemetery) married (a) 8 Jan 1885 Frances I. Baker
and (b) ca 1891 Gertrude Sarah Shepard; (2) Isabelle
"Belle" (1862-1954 married 13 Jan 1881-1954 buried
(either SW 41-3 line 12 or Park Hill Cemetery)
married 13 Jan 1881 Harry G. Classen; (3) George E.
Bluerock (1865 Pennsylvania - ?) married 7 Jan 1888
(a) Emma P. Kauffman (they were divorced and she
married Gay S.B. Hayden son of Gay & Mary Jane
Bean Hayden); and George A. Blurock married (b)
Ida M. Lukey Booth 1 Oct 1906); (4) Charles A.
Bluerock (1867-1916 buried in Park Hill) married
Mary E. Purdin 15 Nov 1893; (5) William H. Blurock
(1868-?) married Matilda "Tille" Winslow; (6)
Margaret "Maggie" Bluerock (1872 - ?) married 31
Aug 1891 J.B. Beaubin; and (7) Jennie Harriet
SW 65
SW 65 All bought 1880 by George Henry Young
YOUNG, KATHERINE
b. 1852 Germany, d. 25 May 1908 of an abscess of
the liver. Int. 26 May 1908 in SW 65 Line 16 (has
marker "Mother"). (G.H. Young). She was married to
George Henry Young. Children in 1880 were:(1)
Louis (1862- ), (2) Elizabeth (1873-1959) married
William Thomas Clique(1873-1944), (3) Bertha
(1876- ) and (4) Emma (1878-1896) and (5) Charley
Feb 1884- Mar 1884) and (6) ? Gertie (1886-1889).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1880
Census).
YOUNG, GERTIE
b. (Geb) 16 Jul 1886 Darmstaad, Germany, d. {Gest}
17 Sep 1889, age 3y 2m 1d. Int. in SW 65 Line 16
(No record). Parents were not listed may be George
Henry & Katherine Young. Ref: #3
YOUNG, EMMA
b. 13 Jul 1878 Darmstaad, Germany, d. 23 Jul 1896
by drowning in The Washougal River, age 18y 0m
10d. Int. Jul 1896 in SW 65 S/2 Line 16. ). Has
marker "Another link is broken in our household
band, but a chain is forming in a better land.)
(G.H.YOUNG). She was with her friends and they all
drowned: Laura Guard ( - Int. 12 Jul 1896 in SW 187
Line 11) and two soldiers from the 14th Infantry
(they are buried in the Post Military Cemetery,
Corporal Henry Edson ( - Int. 24 Jul 1896 #379) and
Pvt. Charles C. Morris ( -Int. 24 Jul 1896 #380.
Parents were George Henry & Katherine Young.
Ref: #2, #3 & #6(1880 Census).
YOUNG, CHARLEY
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b. (Geb) 21 Feb 1884, d. (Gest) 2 Mar 1884, age 15
days, Child. Int. Mar 1884 in SW 65 Line 16. (No
record). Parents were George Henry & Katherine
Young. Ref: #3
SW 66
SW 66 N/2 bought by Jarius Harmer
SW 66 S/2 brought by C.W. Briggs
HARMER, JARIUS/JERE *
b. 3 Jan 1844, d. 20 Mar 1886, age 42y 10m 17d. Int.
Mar 1886 in SW 66 N/2 Line 15. Int. Mar 1886 in
SW 66 N/2 Line 15. Civil War Vet Co. D 35
Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, member of Ellsworth
Post #2. He had 1/2 interest with John Blurock in the
“Harmer Meat Market” and he was the proprietor
until his death. The market sold besides meat, dairy
products and fresh vegetables (that the Blurock &
Sons raised in eastern Washington besides in Clark
County). The Blurocks took the market over after
Jere Harmer's death. If he was married the wife is not
buried along side of him. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #2, #3
STAFFORD, CARRIE AND INFANT
b. 1850, d. 6 Jan 1888 probably died in childbirth,
age 38y. Int. 8 Jan 1888 in SW 66 N/2 Line 15.
(J.HARMER - (probably a brother). She was a
housewife. Her husband was not listed. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3
CLARK, LOUISA
b. 1851, d. 25 Nov 1887 of cancer, age 36y. Int. 30
Nov 1887 in SW 66 N/2 Line 15. (J.HARMER) (probably a brother]. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
BRIGGS, CLARK N.
b. 26 Feb 1821, d. 17 Dec 1893 of inflammation of
the spine. age 72y 11m 9d. Int. 19 Dec 1893 in SW
66 S/2 Line 15 (has marker "And if through patient
toil we reach the land where tired feet, with sandals
loosened, my rest then we shall clearly know and
understand I think that we will say, God Knew best".
Married to Eunice Briggs. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3
BRIGGS, EUNICE S.
b. 1821, d. 5 Jan 1895 of old age, age 74y. Int. 6 Jan
1895 in SW 66 S/2 Line 15 (has marker "Through I
walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will
fear no evil for thou art with me.") She was the
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widow of Clark N. Briggs. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3
BRIGGS, FRED LEWELLYN
b. 1864, d. 6 May 1886, age 22y. Int. 8 May 1886 in
SW 66 Line 15 S/2 (has marker "Gone Home 6 May
1886 age 22 yrs We Part for a little while." Parents
were Clark N. & Eunice S. Briggs. Ref: #3.
SW 67
SW 67 N/2 bought by W.B. Campbell
SW 67 S/2 bought by O.P. Ingalls
DUBOIS, WILLIAM BLAIR
b. 3 Jul 1834 Stubenville, Ohio, d. 27 Jul 1905 of
heart disease at Vancouver,Clark County,
Washington, age 71y 0m 24d. Int. 29 Jul 1905 in SW
67 S/2 Line 14. He founded the DuBois Lumber with
his brother Lewis West DuBois in 1883. Widower to
Margaret Elizabeth Lockwood DuBoise (1849-1895).
Parents were John Peter DuBois & Ann Dorsey.
Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1900 Census).
DUBOIS, MARGARET ELIABETH
b. 24 May 1849 London, England, d. 10 May 1895 of
consumption at Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, age 45y 0m 14d. Int. 12 May 1895 in
SW 67 S/2 Line 14. [George Barnett Plot]. Her
brother was Pierce Barnett. She has a marker "In
Memory of Margaret Elizabeth DuBois wife of Wm.
Blair Dubois". Married 8 Jan 1868 in Dubuque,
Dubuque County Iowa to William Blair DuBois.”
She was a housewife, her children were:(1) George
Lockwood (1868-1949) married Nellie Mae Huston
they are buried in NW 112 Line 2; (2) Robert Lewis
married Alma Kriesel, (3) Emily Louise married
Robert W. Hagwood, (4) William Bradford married
Floy Miles Brown, (5) Mary Elizabeth Dorsey
DuBois (1880 - ), and (6) Ernest Stuart (1882 - )
married Gladys Luster Todd. Parents were Robert
Barnett Lockwood & Elizabeth Longridge both
born in England. Note:Their son was Pierce Barnett
Lockwood in SW 60. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880 Census).
DUBOIS, INFANT
b. 10 Jul 1902, d. 10 Jul 1902 stillborn baby, age 00y.
Int. 11 Jul 1902 in SW 67 S/2 Line 14. (Mrs. O.P.
INGALLS). Parents were not listed but may have
been Robert Lewis DuBois and Alma Kiesel. Ref: #3
INGALLS, 0.P/? RUFUS (General) *
b. 1823 Massachusetts or Maine, d. ?, age ?. Int. in
SW 67 (No marker - No record). a Captain & Quarter
Master in the 1850 Census later he was promoted to a
General. Married to Emily Lockwood (1852-1886)
who was a sister of Margaret Lockwood (William)
DuBois. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3, #6 (1850,
1860).
JOHNSON, CATHERINE
b. 1860 Finland, d. 27 Dec 1904 of cancer of the
stomach, age 44y. age. Int. 28 Set 1904 in SW 70 N/2
Line 11. (JOHN JOHNSON). Parents names were
not listed but they were born in Finland. Ref: #3
INGALLS, EMILY LOCKWOOD
b. 1852, d. 21 May 1886 of consumption, age 34y.
Int. 24 May 1886 in SW 67 Line 14. She was a sister
to Margaret Lockwood DuBois wife of William
DuBois, Married to Rufus Ingalls (May Have Been
Captain Rufus Ingalls). In the 1871 she was a
storekeeper and she had living with her Frank Ingalls
(- it may be her stepson (born 1854 in Oregon and
W.F.M. McCullock born 1838 Ireland.) Parents
were Robert Barnett Lockwood & Elizabeth
Longridge. Ref: #1 & #3 & #6 (1871 Census.)
BARR, LEWIS H.
b. 3 Mar 1844 Illinois, d. 29 Jun 1903 of paralysis,
age 59y 3m 26d. Int. 30 Jun in SW 70 S/2 Line 11.
He was married to Elizabeth ( ) Jul 1855 born in
Iowa). He was a painter. His brothers were probably
Fred Barr (1830 Illinois a hunter and trapper and
James Barr (1840 ). Ordered by Mrs. Lewis. H. Barr.
He had a daughter Grace E. Barr b. Jul 1883 in
Minnesota. Parents were not listed but father was
probably Robert Barr born in Ohio and who
settled in Woodland, Chehalis County, Washington
and his mother was born in Maryland. Ref: #3 & #6
(1900 Census).
SW 68
SW 68 N/2 bought 1890 by B.F. Doddridge
SW 68 S/2 bought by P. Chandler
DODDRIGE, INFANT
b. May 30 1890, d. 4 Jun 1890, age 4d. Int. 5 Jun
1890 in SW 68 N/2 Line 13. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. B.F. Doddridge. Ref: #3
HARTLER, PETER C.
b. ?, d. ?, Int. 7 Mar 1928 in SW 68 Line 13. (? may
have been a member of the Luther P. Chandler
family?) Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 69
SW 69 N/2 bought by Charles Allen
SW 69 S/2 bought 7/22/1890 bought by Esther M.
Sheldon
SW 70
SW 70 N/2 bought 1881 by John Johnson
SW 70 S/2 bought 6/30/1903 by Mrs. L. H. Barr
JOHNSON, SOPHIA E.
b. 9 Mar 1859 Sweden, d. 5 Aug 1890, age 31y 4m
17d. Int. 6 Aug 1890 in SW 70 N/2 Line 11 (has
marker "Beloved wife of John Johnson Born in
Sweden Mar 9, 1859, Died Aug 5 1890. She was like
the rose bloomed a few days, but now lies silent in
the grave. She will not return to us but we may go to
her. She was married to John Johnson (1846-1918) a
Columbia River fisherman buried in NE 147-2 Row 3
with daughter Hilma Powers. Parents were not
listed but they were born in Sweden. Ref: #3.
SW 71
SW 71 S/2 bought 1891 by P. H. Eaton
SW 71 S/2 bought 5/1894 by W.H. Wheeler
GERDING/GERBING, G. H. (MALE)
b. 1865, d. 18 May 1891 by drowning. age 26y. Int.
in SW 71 N/2 Line 10 (J.D. EATON). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3
WHEELER, (Mrs. C.M. - ? Charles)
b. 1833 ? Germany, d. 24 Dec 1891 of consumption,
age 58y. Int. 26 Dec 1891 in SW 71 S/2 Line 10. She
may have been mother of William H. Wheeler.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
WHEELER, FANNY A.
b. 1863, d. 6 May 1894 of heart failure, 31y. Int.7
May 1894 in SW 71 S/2 Line 10. She was married to
William H. Wheeler, mother of twins born 6 May
1894. Parents were not listed, but may have been
Gerding/Gerbing. Ref: #3
WHEELER, ADALINE (twin)
b. 6 May 1894, d. 23/24 May 1894, 18d. Int. 24 May
1894 in SW 71 S/2 Line 10. Parents were William
H. Wheeler b. Mar 1868 Illinois, (a farmer) and
Fanny Wheeler (1863-1894). Ref: #3
WHEELER, FANNY R. (TWIN)
b, 6 May 1894, d. 24 Nov 1894 of water on the brain,
age 6m. Int. 25 Nov 1894 in SW 71 S/2 Line 10.
Parents were William H. & Fanny R. Wheeler. Ref:
#3
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SW 72
SW 72 All bought 8/4/1891 by W.L. Steele
STEELE, WILLIAM L.
b. 1 Jan 1867 Pennsylvania, d. 4 Aug 1891 of lung
disease. in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
age 23y 7m 3d. Int. Jan 1891 in SW 72-4 Line 9.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
STEELE, HELEN
b. 1898, d. Aug 1910 of diphtheria, age 12y. Int. 25
Aug 1910 in SW 72 Line 9. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. William L. Steele. Ref: #3
STEELE, OSCAR W.
b. 1875, d. 28 Feb 1902 of meningitis, age 27y. Int. 3
Mar 1902 in SW 72 Line 9. (W.R. STEELE) who
was probably a brother to William Steele]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 73
SW 73 All bought 11/12/1893 Fred Allen.
ALLEN, FRED
b. ?, d. 12 Nov 1893, age ?. Int. Nov 1893 in SW 73
Line 8 (NO RECORD). He was married to Maggie (?
Mickey). Parents were T.C. and Mary Allen. Ref:
#3
ALLEN, MAGGIE
b. 1860, d. 28 Feb 1896 of typhoid and tubercular
pneumonia. age 36y. Int. 1 Mar 1896. SW 73 Line 8.
She was married to Fred Allen (son of T.C.and Mary
Allen), Charged to Fred Allen. Parents were not
listed, but may be John Mickey (1834-1924 born in
Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois and susan E.
Ashbough (1840-1930) born in Ohio. Ref: #3
ALLEN, ARTHUR
b. 1881 Clark County Washington Territory, d. 12
Nov 1887 of heart failure, age 6y. Int. 13 Nov 1893
in SW 73 Line 8. Parents were Fred & Maggie
Allen. Ref: #3
CHRISTY, JAMES WASHINGTON
b. 3 Dec 1854 Wayne County, Iowa, d. 11 Feb 1926
of cancer of the rectum, age 71y 2m 8d. Int.13 Feb
1926 in SW 73 N/2 Line 8.(FRED ALLEN) [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Married to Dora May (Mickey)
Christy (1863-1938),lived at 2009 Main Street,
Vancouver, Clark County, died at home of attended
by Dr. Jo Bennett Blair of Vancouver. The funeral
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was 13 Feb 1926 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend La Violette. Charged to wife Dora May
Christy. Parents were Josiah N. Christy born in
Indiana and Hanna Cloyd born in Ohio. (NO
RECORD OF THEM.) Ref: #3, #4.
CHRISTY, DORA MAY
b. 4 May 1863, d. 15 Feb 1938 of arteriosclerosis,
age 74y 9m 11d. Int. 18 Feb 1938 in SW 73 N/2 Line
8 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker "His wife").
She was the widow of James Washington Christy
(1854-1926), housewife, Baptist, lived at 2009 Main
St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. Died at
the Clark County General Hospital, attended by Dr.
John B. Brougher of Vancouver. Funeral 18 Feb
1938 2 PM at KNAPP Chapel with Reverend C.M.
Cline of Portland. Ordered by brothers John A.
Mickey (1874-1946 who is buried in the Mickey Plot
NE 199-4 Line 10) and Dowd B. Mickey both of
Battle Ground, Washington. Charged to the estate %
David Talbot and F. Allen. Parents were John
Mickey (1834-1924) born in Peoria, Peoria
County, Illinois (son of John Mickey and Sarah
Wasson both born in Pennsylvania) and Susan
Emeline Ashbaugh (1840-1930) born in Ohio
(daughter of Alexander Ashbaugh and Lydia Fox
both born in Pennsylvania). John and Susan Mickey
are Int. in the Mickey Plot NE 199. Ref: #3 & #4
LEARS, G. P.
b. (?), d. Nov 1893, age ?. Int. 13 Nov 1893 in SW 73
Line 8 (O. Ferrell). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 74
SW 74 All bought 11/1/1892 by John Sigel Paynter
PAYNTER, WILLIAM A.
b. 8 May 1892, d. 31 Oct 1892, age 4m 23d. Int. in
SW 74 Line 7 . Parents were John Theodore Sigel
Paynter born Dec. 1861 in Missouri, a farmer
owned 134 acre farm and Mary Marquis born May
1872 in Nevada. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
PAYNTER, INFANT (MALE)
b. 20 Feb 1910 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 20 Feb 1910 premature baby and of
inanition Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, age
4 hours. Lived at 1605 Railroad Ave. Vancouver,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. William
Cass. The funeral was 25 Feb 1910 at grave site with
Reverend C.R.G. Poole. Int. 25 Feb 1910 in SW 74
Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Charged to (JOHN
THODORE SIEGLE PAYNTER). Parents were
John Theodore Sigel Paynter (b.1869) and Mary
Marquis born May 1872 in Nevada (daughter of
Andrew Marquis). Ref: #3 & #4.
MARQUIS, ANDREW
b. 14 Feb 1845 French Canada, d. 7 Sep 1916 of
lobar pneumonia and artiosclorosis, age 71y 6m 24d.
Int. 10 Sep 1916 in SW 74-3 Line 7. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was a widower (name of wife not
available she was born in California), retired
blacksmith lived at 1605 Railroad Ave. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. William E. Cass of Vancouver. The funeral was
10 Sep 1916 2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend E.L. Benedict. Charged to daughter Mary
(Mrs. John T.S. Paynter Note: John Paynter was a
step-son of Absalom Swank and mother was Mary
M. Firestone) of Vancouver. Parents were not listed
but both were born in France. Ref: #3 & #4
SWANK, ABSOLOM *
b. 11 Jan 1840 Montgomery County, Ohio, d. 14 Apr
1915, age 75y 3m 3d. Int. Apr 1915 in SW 74-4 Line
7. Civil War Vet enlisted Feb. 1864-1965 in the
184th Ohio Infantry. He was married (1) Barbara E.
Heffleman (who had children:(a) Effie Eleanor 1862,
(b) Frost 1863, (c) Oscar 1866 and (d) Jacob David
1869 who married Luella Macy) and (2) married 10
Mar 1872 Mary Margaret Firestone Paynter
Thompson. In 1867 he moved from Ohio to Missouri
where he farmed in Cedar County, then the family
crossed the plains by ox team in 1880 to Baker,
Oregon and then in 1881 to Clark County,
Washington where he had an orchard, raised stock
and hay. Absolom Swank went into business with
William Smiley and T.M. Franklin when they
acquired the Washington Gulch Gold mine at Baker
Oregon. He was a member of the Ellsworth Post #2
and a G.A.R. Parents were Jacob Swank and Ellen
Niswanger. Ref: #1, #3, #4, & #6 (1900 Census).
SWANK, MARY MARGARET PAYNTER
THOMPSON
b. 1 Jul 1839 Missouri, d. 9 Jul 1909 of cancer of the
stomach, age 69y 10m 8d. Int. 10 Jul 1909 in SW 745 Line 7. She was married (was the 2nd wife of
Abslom Swank and her 3rd marriage NOTE: Mary
Margaret Firestone Swank was married three times
and had children by all three husbands (a) They had
(5) Michael Elger Swank (1872 who married Maud
Peebles. (1) John H. Paynter by who she had (a)
Jeremiah Paynter in 1859, (b) and twins 3 Nov 1864
(c) Sherman Johnson Paynter d. 1937 married Rosa
E. Synder and (d) John Theodore Sigel Paynter who
married Mary Marquis, (2) Mary Margaret married
Young W. Thompson and had daughter (e) Rebecca
Jane Thompson (1868-1895) who married Adolph
Smiley, (3) Mary Margaret married for the thrid time
to Absalom Swank. She was a housewife, Baptist,
lived at 715 Columbia St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. J.M.
Chalmers of Vancouver. The funeral was 10 Jul 1909
at home with Reverend C.J. Poole. Charged to
husband Absalom Swank. Parents were Michael F.
& Rebecca Firestone. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
SW 75
SW 75 All bought 4/17/1893 by J. C. Becker
BECKER, JOHN O.
b. 1851 born in Ireland, d. 14 Jun 1906 of heart
disease, age 54y, Int. in SW 75 Line 6 (has maker
"Father") (SELF). He was married to Martha ( )
Becker (1853-1917 in Ireland. Parents were not
listed, but were probably born in Ireland. Ref: #3 &
#6.
BECKER, MARTHA
b. 1853 born in Ireland, d. 12 Nov 1917 of valvular
heart disease, age 64y. Int. in SW 75 Line 6 (has
marker "Mother"). Widow of John Becker (18511906). ). They had a son (listed in the 1900 Census)
Pvt. John L. Becker (b. Nov 1876-1909). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
BECKER, JOHN C. *
b. 1876 born in New York, d. 11 Oct 1909 of heart
disease, Age 33y. Int. Oct 1909 in SW 75 Line 6. Pvt.
Company "C" 7th Regiment U.S. Infantry stationed
at Vancouver Barracks in the 1900 Clark County,
Washington from Gloverville, Fulton County, New
York and lived 23 3rd St., Vancouver, Washington
and was single).. Parents were John O.Becker
(1851-1906) and Martha ( ) Becker (1853-1917)
both born in Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
BECKER, LYDIA M.
b. 1886, d. 16 Apr 1893 of cerebral meningitis, age
6y. Int. 17 Apr 1893 in SW 75 Line 6. (JOHN O.
PAYNTER). Parents were John O. Becker (18511906 Ireland) and Martha ( ) Becker (1853-1917
Ireland). Ref: #3
TEATZ, MAY E.
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b. 1875 Iowa, d. 20 Jul 1942 of heart failure, age 67y.
Int. 23 Jul 1942 in SW 75-3 (has marker).(JOHN O.
BECKER). Parents were not listed, but were
probably John O. Becker (1851-1906 Ireland) and
Martha ( ) Becker (1853-1917 Ireland). Ref: #3
SW 76
SW 76 N/2 bought 7/1895 by Mrs. B. M. Page
SW 76 S/2 bought 6/30/1894 by Thomas Jackson
SMITH, ELIZA A. PROUDFOOT
b. 8 Jun 1820, d. 26 Jul 1895 of dropsy (diabetes),
age 75y 11m 18d. Int. 28 Jul 1895 in SW 76 N/2 Line
5. She was married to Alex Smith. Parents were not
listed but probably named "Proudfoot". Ref: #3
JACKSON, MINNIE
b. 1857, d. 29 Jun 1894 a suicide, age 37y. Int. 1 Jul
1894 in SW 76 S/2 Line 5. (THOMAS JACKSON).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 77
SW 77 N/2 bought 12/24/1894 by G.H. Cousins
SW 77 S/2 bought 1895 by Victor Johnson
COUSINS, GEORGE W.
b. 1831, d. 2 May 1910 of dropsey (diabetis), age
79y. Int. 4 May 1910 in SW 77 N/2 Line 4.(SELF).
He was the widower of Wealthy Cousins (18301894). Parents were unknown. Ref: #3
COUSINS, WEALTHY
b. 1830, d. 4 Dec 1894 of pneumonia, age 64y. Int. 5
Dec 1894 in SW 77 N/2 Line 4. (G.W.COUSINS).
She was married to George W. Cousins (1831-1910),
Parents were unknown. Ref: #3
COUSINS, SARAH AGNES
b. 1865, d. 26 May 1905 of cancer of the stomach,
age 40y. Int. 28 May 1905 in SW 77 N/2 Line 4.
Parents were George W.Cousins (1831-1910) and
Wealthy ( ) Cousins (1830-1894). Ref: #3
JOHNSON, FLORINA
b. Feb 1895, d. 23 Aug 1895 of bowel trouble, age
6m. Int. 25 Aug 1895 in SW 77 S/2 Line 4.
(VICTOR JOHNSON). Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Victor Johnson. Ref: #3
SW 78
GRISER, CHRISTINE
b. 1853, d. 5 Dec 1895 of an abscess, age 42y. Int. 8
Dec 1895 in SW 78 Line 3. (AUGUST MEBUS).
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Parents were not listed, but her maiden name
probably was “Mebus” Ref: #3
MEBUS, AUGUST
b. 1834 Germany, d. 14 Aug 1893 of a carbunkle on
his neck, age 59y. Int. 14 Aug 1893 in SW 78 Line 3.
(A. MEBUS). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 79
SW 79 N/2 bought 3/18/1896 by A. Etter
SW 79 S/2 bought 9/27/1895 by W.L. Burt
ETTER, ANDREW ANDERSON
b. 9 Aug 1855 Indiana, d. 16 Oct 1907 of paralysis of
the brain, age 52y 2m 7d. Int. 18 Oct 1907 in SW 79
N/2 Line 2. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. (Listed as
Anderson Etter in 1900 Census). He was the widower
of Mary Isabel (1860- 1896), a farmer and wood
cutter, no home address listed, died at St. Joseph
Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
attended by Dr. Edward L. Hixon of Vancouver. The
funeral was 18 Oct 1907 at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend McKenzie. Had a daughter Rosa born Jun
1882 in Washington she worked as a servant.
Charged to William L. Burt (born Jul 1864 in Illinois
was a salesman of groceries). Parents were not
listed but both were born in Virginia. Ref: #3, #4
& #6 (1900 Census).
ETTER, MARY ISABEL
b. 15 Sep 1860 Illinois, d. 17 Mar 1896, age 35y 6m
2d. Int. Mar 1896 in SW 79 N/2 Line 2. Wife of
Andrew Etter (1855-1907). Parents were probably
M.M. Burt born in Ohio and Lucinda Felt born Jul
1828 born in New York. Ref: #3
BURT, M. M. (MALE)
b. 1822 Ohio, d. Sep 1895, age 73y. Int. 27 Sep 1895
SW 79 S/2 Line 2. He was married to Lucinda (Felt)
Burt (1827-1921). Charge to son William L. Burt.(b.
Jul 1864 Illinois who married 8 Jul 1897 Susan Alice
Lawrence in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington.
Note: They were related to the John Bonser and Hyal
Lawrence families. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
BURT, LUCINDA
b. 24 Jul 1827 New York, d. 28 Sep 1921 of senile
dementia, age 94y 2m 4d. Int. in SW 79-2 S/2 Line 2.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow of
M.M. Burt, lived at Beaver Creek Oregon, died at
home. The body was picked up 30 Sep 1921 from
[WILLIAM HOLMAN MORTUARTY at Oregon
City Oregon]. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Felt both
born in New York. Ref: #3, #4 & #5.
father was born in Norway and mother was born
in Oregon. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
MANN, ROSA
b. Nov 1844 Illinois, d. 26 Jul 1928, age 83y 9m. The
funeral and Int. 29 Jul 1928 in SW 79-3 S/2 Line 2.
[HAMILTON MORTUARY]. Parents were M.M.
Burt (1822-1895) and Lucinda Felt (1827-1921).
Ref: #3 & #4.
DIXON, SARAH EMMA
b. 1857 California, d. Nov 1931 of brights disease,
age 73y. Int. 26 Nov 1931 in SW 81 Line 1.
[MILLER-TRACY MORTUARY- Portland]. She
was the widow of Joseph H. Dixon (1845-1894).
Children were (1) Lulu A. born 1873, (2) James W.
born 1875, and (3) Jesse born in 1877 and (4) Sara
Ina (Dixon) Hall (1887-1932) (5) Joseph H. Dixon Jr.
(1894-1918). Parents were not named but her
father was born in Indiana and her mother was
born in Illinois. Ref:#3, #5 & #6 (1880 Census).
SW 80
SW 80 N/2 bought 2/15/1893 by J. S. Blocker
BLOCKER, EDITH E.
b. Jun 1892, d. 5 Sep 1893 of spinal meningitis, age
1y 3m. Int. 7 Sep 1893 in SW 80 N/2 Line 1. (J.S.
BLOCKER). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. J.S. Blocker.
Ref: #3.
BLOCKER, EMMA J.
b. 1895, d. 1896 no cause of death was listed, age 1y.
Int. 1896 in SW 80 N/2 Line 1. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. J.S. Blocker. Ref: #3
BLOCKER, E. JOSEPHINE
b. Feb 1896, d. 18 May 1896 no cause of death listed,
age 3m. Int. 19 May 1896 in SW 80 N/2 Line 1. (J.S.
BLOCKER). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. J.S. Blocker.
Ref: #3.
BAUMCRATS, WILLIAM
b. 1815, d. 6 Nov 1890 of suffocation, age 75y. Int. 9
Nov 1890 in SW 80 Line 1. No other information.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
LAMB, MARIAN J.
b. 1873 Washington Territory, d. 1884, age 11y. Int.
1884 in SW 80 Line 1. (No records). Parents were
Archie Lamb (Jan 1851 born in North Carolina
Note:he was a carpenter and rented their house (his
parents were also born in North Carolina) and Ellen
Lamb (born Mar 1858 Utah (her parents were born
in Ireland). Ref: #3
SW 81
SW 81 All bought 10/10/1892 by Sarah E. Dixon
DIXON, JOSEPH H.
b. 1845 Illinois, d. 8 Oct 1894 of heart disease, age
49y. Int. 10 Oct 1894 in SW 81 Line 1. He was
married to Sarah Emma ( )Dixon (1857-1931). He
was a farm labor. Parents were not named but his
DIXON, JOSEPH H. Jr. *
b. 22 Nov 1894, d. 10 Nov 1918 killed in action in
the WWI battle of the Argonne Offensive by a
gunshot wound, age 23y 11m 22d. Int. 18 Sep 1919
in SW 81 Line 1. Body returned in 1919. He was a
Soldier: Corporal CO. L 30th Infantry. Parents were
Joseph H. Dixon (1845-1894) born in Illinois and
Sarah Emma ( ) Dixon (1857-1921) born in
California. Ref: #3
HALL, SARA INA
b. 1887, d. 2 May 1932 of a sarcoma (cancer), age
45y. Int. 24 May 1932 in SW 81-5. (SARAH
DIXON). Parents were Joseph H. Dixon (18451894) Illinois and Sarah Emma ( ) Dixon (18571931 born in California). Ref: #3
SW 82
SW 82 N/2 bought 12/26/1895 by John Betzing
SW 82 S/2 bought 3/3/1899 by A.F. Bennett
BETZING, JOHN
b. 30 Oct 1848 Coblen, Germany, d. 11 Nov 1904 of
bone TB, age 55y 8m 19d. Int. 13 Jul 1904 in SW 82
N/2 Line 2. He was married to Ida (Westoff) Betzing
(1856-1930). He was a tailor, ran a boarding house
and rented his house in 1900. Parents were not
listed but were both born in Germany. Ref: #3 &
#6 (1900 Census.)
BETZING, IDA
b. 24 Apr 1856 Bavaria Germany, d. 6 Sep 1930 of
nephritis, age 74y 4m. Int.in SW 82 N/2 Line 2.
[LIMBER FUNERAL HOME]. She was the widow
of John Betzing (1848-1904); her brother was Jacob
Westhoff, also a tailor, and his wife was Annie ( )
Westhoff both were born in the State of Washington.
John and Ida Betzing had two living sons in 1900
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Census: John Jr. b. 1888 and Rudolph b. 1900 both in
Washington. Parents were Julius Westhoff (18231909 born in Germany) and mother Mary ( )
Westhoff was born in Baden Baden Germany. Ref:
#3, #5 & #6 (1900 Census).
BETZING, BERTHA
b. 1 Oct 1891 Vancouver, Clark County Washington,
d. 13 Oct 1891, no cause of death was listed, age 12d.
Int. Oct 1891 in SW 82 N/2 Line 2. The body was
removed later by John Betzing. Parents were John
Betzing (1849-1904) born in Coblen Germany and
Ida Westoff (1856-1930) born in Barvaria
Germany. Ref: #3
BETZING, LOUISE
b. 21 Dec 1892 Washington, d. 25 Aug 1893 cholera
infantum. age 8m 4d. Int. in SW 82 N/2 Line 2. The
body was later removed by John Betzinger. Parents
were John Betzing (1849-1904) born in Coblen
Germany and Ida Westoff (1856-1930) born in
Barvaria Germany. Ref: #3
BETZING, RUDOLPH LUDWIG
b. 14 Feb 1900 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington, d. 12 Jun 1925, of sleeping sickness. He
was an invalid for 6 years with encephalatrophy
(softening of the brain), age 25y 3m 28d. Int. 14 Jun
1925 in SW 82 N/2 Line 2 .[KNAPP MORTUARY].
Single, Lutheran, lived at 1909 Main St., Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. E.B. Flagg of Vancouver. The funeral was 14
Jun 1925 1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Luther B. Deck. Ordered by Jacob Westhoff.
Charged to Jacob Westhoff (1874-1949).A card of
Thanks:from the Vancouver Columbian June 15,
1925. ...expressed thanks to ..friends from
Oregon...sympathy.. offerings to the memory of
our...son, Rudolph Betzing. Signed Ida & Mr. & Mrs.
Betzing, Mr. & Mrs. J. Westoff. Parents were John
Betzing (1849-1904) born in Coblen Germany and
Ida Westoff (1856-1930) born in Barvaria
Germany. Ref: #3, #4 & 6 (1900 Census).
BENNETT, ALBERT FREEMAN
b. 22 Aug 1865 Indiana, d. 31 Aug 1929 of
carcinoma of the stomach, age 64y 0m 9d. Int. 4 Sep
1929 in SW 82 S/2 Line 2. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
He was married to (1) Sarah Jane (Temple) Bennett
born in 1866 (1900 Census), at time of death his wife
was (2) Zoah M. Bennett. He was a woodsawyer,
lived at 3208 "M" St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Died at St. Joseph's Hospital in
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Vancouver attended by Dr. L.E. Hockett of
Vancouver. The funeral was 4 Sep 1929 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.D. Montgomery.
Ordered by wife, Zoah M. Bennett. Charged to wife
and Mrs. Anna Durgan (Mrs. G.E. Chales). Parents
were John P. Bennett & Margaret Spoon both born
in Indiana. Ref: #3, #4
BENNETT, CHARLES W.
b. 11 Aug 1859 d. Mar 1927 of heart failure, age 68y
4m. The funeral and Int. 17 Aug 1927 in SW 82-1
S/2 Line 2. [HAMILTON MORTUARY]. Charged to
the Estate. Note:a Charles H. Bennett (1846-1927)
was buried in Post Military Cemetery #771. He may
be related to Charles W. Bennett and Albert F.
Bennett. Parents were John P. Bennett & Margaret
Spoon both born in Indiana. Ref: #3 & #4
BENNETT, FRED O.
b. Jun 1921, d. 28 Jul 1922 no cause was listed, age
1y 1m. Int. 29 Jul 1922 in SW 82 S/2. Note: Owner
of the Plot was the grandfather Albert F. Bennett
(1865-1929). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
BENNETT, JOHN P.
b. 16 Oct 1842 Indiana, d. 2 Mar 1899 of paralysis,
age 56y 5m 16d. Int. 5 Mar 1899 in SW 82 S/2 Line
2. (ALBERT F. BENNETT). Married to Margaret
Spoon who was born in Indiana. Parents were
Alexander Bennett (25 Dec 1824-25 Feb 1907) born
in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, a United
Breathern Minister who married (1) Margaret
Henderson (8 Mar 1840-28 Apr 1874) they had 8
children (6 of whom were born were born in
Philomath, Oregon. (2) Alexander married a widow
who had three children, Sarah Keeney Clark who
was the mother of (1) John P. Bennett and (2) Marion
Bennett. Alexander Bennett and Margaret (Spoon)
Bennett are buried in Mt. Union Cemetery in
Philomath, Oregon. Ref: #3, #4.
SW 83
ALLEN, WILLIAM ALBERT
b. 21 Feb 1836, d. 29 Aug 1895 of cholera morbus,
age 59y 6m 8d. Int. 1 Sep 1895 in SW 83 S/2 Line 3.
(has marker) "A place is vacant in our home, which
never can be filled." He was married to Harriet Anne
(Purse) Allen (1839-1924 has marker beside
husband). The funeral was 1 Sep 1895. Charged to
Mrs. Kleber. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
ALLEN, HARRIET ANNE
b. 18 May 1839 Michigan, d. 25 Dec 1924 of
apoplexy and softening of the brain, age 85y 7m 7d.
Int. 28 Dec 1924 in SW 83 S/2. [MRS. KLEBER).
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow of
William Albert Allen (1831-1895), a housewife,
lived at 2702 Harney St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at 6729 42nd Ave SE Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon attended by Dr.Stewart
H. Sheldon of 1112 Selling Bldg. Portland Oregon.
The funeral was 28 Dec 1924 1:30 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverand C.M. Cline. Ordered by and
charged to son, Horace S. Allen (1864-1935) of
Vancouver (a saloon keeper). Parents were Ransom
R. Purse born in Canada and Harriet Markham
born in England. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
KLEBER, FRANZ H.
b. 23 Jan 1856 in Frankaw, Bavaria, Germany, d. 22
Aug 1894 of drowning, age 39y. Int. 24 Aug 1894 in
SW 83 Line 3. He was married to a daughter of
Andrew J. and Harriet Anne Allen. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
SW 84
SW 84 N/2 bought 10/11/1898 by A. Michelson
SW 84 S/2 bought ca 1893 by John Luithle
BECK, EILER M.
b. 7 Jan 1836 Denmark, d. 15 Jun 1914 of paralysis,
age 78y 5m 8d. Int. 17 Jun 1914 in SW 84 N/2 -2
Line 4. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married 4
Apr 1899 to Frances L. Bailey Speas Durgan (not
listed in Vancouver City Cemetery she was born 20
Sep 1848-9 Mar 1937 in Lockport, Niagra County,
New York the daughter of George Washington
Bailey and Susan V. Cross). He was a retired farmer
who owned 57 acres in 1900 Census. He lived when
at 3005 "K" St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral was 17 Jun 1914
10 AM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.E.
Maley. Pall Bearers were: Mrs Mulligan, Mrs.
Ohlinger, Mrs. Durgan, Mrs. Norgren, Mrs. Klieber
and Mrs. Cameron. Relatives were: S.D. Durgan,
daughter Mrs. Albert C. Cooper of Leuts, Oregon.
Charged to wife Mrs. Frances L. Beck (she had been
the 2nd wife of Joseph E. C. Durgan Jr. (1 Feb 182718 Mar 1898 Int. in SE 12 line 5); after Eiler Beck
died Frances married George James Allen as his 2nd
wife. Parents were not listed but were born in
Denmark. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6 Clark County
Washington Territory 1860 Census.
LUITHLE, GEST M.
b. 4 Apr 1834 Germany (Geb in Germany), d. 11 Apr
1900 of heart failure, age 66y 0m 7d. Int. 13 Apr
1900 in SW 84 S/2 Line 4 (has marker "Im Alter 21
Jahr 8 tag". (JOHN LUITHLE). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
LUITHLE, PAUL W.
b. 12 Oct 1877 Germany (Geb in Germany), d. 29
Oct 1898 in a steamboat accident, age 21y 0m 17d.
Int. 23 Oct 1898 in SW 84 S/2 Line 4. Parents Mr
Mrs. John Luithle. Ref: #3
SW 85
SW 85 N/2 bought 10/17/1894 by Mrs. J.
McClanahan
SW 85 S/2 bought 3/2/1895 by William Wenzel
McCLANAHAN, LUTILIA (LUTE)
b. 1856, d. 17 Oct 1894 of poison, age 38y. Int. Oct
1894 in SW 85 N/2 Line 5. (M.J. McCLANAHAN).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WENZEL, WILLIAM/WILHELM
b. 25 Nov 1854 Hamburg, Germany, d. 13 Jan 1925
of arteriosclerosis, age 70y 1m 17d. Int. 16 Jan 1925
in SW 85-2 S/2 Line 5. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He
was a widower - was married in Germany 1879 to
Marie Margaret Eliza Stutz (1860-1895). He was a
farmer, lived at RD #5 Brush Prairie Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Henry
Leiser of Vancouver. The family came to America in
1881 with his wife and her Stutz family (father,
mother, and brothers Herman, his wife and children
and brother Johann "Charlie" Gustoph who later sent
for his bride to be Margaretha "Maggie" Sprick; at
first the family settled in Redwing, Minnesota; about
1886 the family with Marie's brother, Herman Johann
Stutz and his family, came to Clark County,
Washington and settled on a homestead in the
Hockinson area; later the Wenzel's settled on a farm
on Larch Mountain in the Brush Prairie area. William
received his citizen papers on June 20 1893. The
funeral was 16 Jan 1925 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Luther B. Deck. Ordered by son
Albert Wenzel (4 Oct 1885-26 Nov 1965 who is
buried at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery.) Charged to
Albert Wenzel and Mrs. Margaret Stutz. [Clark
County 1900 Census lists a "Minnie" who came to
the United States in 1887 (born in 1854 Germany)
living with William Wenzel and his children.
Parents were William/Wilhelm Wenzel and mother
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not named both born in Germany. Ref: #3, #4 &
#6 (1900 Census).
WENZEL, MARIE MARGARET ELIZA
b. 1860 Germany, d. 1 Mar 1895 in childbirth and the
unnamed baby also died, age 35y. Int. 1 Mar 1895 in
SW 85 S/2 Line 5. She was married in 1879 to
William/Wihelm Wenzel lived at RD #5 Brush
Prairie, Clark County, Washington. She died at home.
William and Marie Wenzel lost two of their babies
aboard ship on the voyage from Germany to the
United States and two are buried on their farm in the
Hockinson area- only five of their eleven children
survived to lived to adulthood. Ordered by and
charged to husband, Wilhelm Wenzel. Parents were
Herman Johann Stutz & Paulina C. Friewalt both
born in Germany. Ref: #3
SMITH, WALTER A.
b. 1893, d. 20 Jul 1980, age 87y. Int. Jul 1980 in SW
85-7 Line 5. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 86
SW 86 All bought 6/12/1894 by W.B. Wells
SW 86 N/2 bought 8/21/1940 all (but 1 grave) by
Ronald Du Fresne
WELLS, BEN
b. 1863, d. 11 Jun 1894 of paresis (incomplete
paralysis affecting motion but not sensation), age
31y. Int. 14 Jun 1894 in SW 86 Line 6. (W.D.
WELLS). He was the brother of Elizabeth Wells,
(who was deaf and who married Patrick Henry
Devine, another deaf person.) Note: brother-in-law to
George William Armstrong married Virginia
Elizabeth Wells. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
MICKLESON, NIELS
b. 1872, d. 10 Oct 1898 of typhoid pneumonia, age
26y. Int. 13 Oct 1898 in SW 86 N/2 Line 6. (W.B.
WELLS). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
HULSE, GRANVILL R.
b. Aug 1868 Ohio, d. 3 Sep 1940 of apoplexy, age
73y 1m. Int. 5 Sep 1940 in SW 86-1 Line 6. (W.B.
WELLS). [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
RAY, OSCAR *
b. Nov 1869, d. 8 Jun 1940, age 70y 5m. Int. (1) 13
Jun 1940 in SW 68-2 Line 6 and (2) SW 86 N/2.
Spanish American War Vet (Infantry). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
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SHERO, WARD GLENN
b. 8 Apr 1883 Minnesota, d. 7 Oct 1940 of a cerebral
hemorrhage. age 57y 5m 29d. Int. 10 Oct 1940 in SW
86-4 Line 6. (W.B. WELLS). [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 & #5.
SW 87
SW 87 All bought 5/26/1894 by B.W. Matlack
McMULLEN, AUGUSTUS M. (CAPT.) *
b. 1869, d. 17 Apr 1920 of pneumonia, age 51y. Int.
17 May 1920 in SW 87-4 Line 7 (B.W. MATLACK)
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Captain of the (US QMC)
lived at the Honolulu Barracks, Honolulu, Honolulu
County, Hawaii. He was widower to Gertrude ( )
Matlack (1865-1895). He died at the Honolulu
Barracks, no doctor was listed. The funeral was 17
May 1920 2 PM with Reverend A.H. Thompson.
Charged to R.G. McMullen. Parents were William
McMullen and Maude Kate Soden who was born in
Dunkirk, Dane County, Wisconsin she is buried in
Pioneer Cemetery under the name Maude Crosby
(next to Eugene & Fannie Dittmer). NOTE: Maude
Kate Soden married (1) 18 Dec 1887 in Vancouver,
Washington Eugene M. Dittmer [1862-1922] they
had a daughter Fannie Dittmer [1889-1890]; (2)
William McMullen and (3) Elmer Crosby. Maude
Kate Soden was the daughter of Thomas Soden [15
Mar 1841-Sep 9 1918 born in Oswego, New York
and Kate Rose Belden 4 May 1845-4 Nov 1911 born
in East Whatley, Massachusetts who was the
daughter of Meriwether Lewis Belden (a cousin of
Meriwether Lewis) They are buried at Pioneer
Cemetery in Ridgefield, Clark County, Washington.
Note: Augustus M. McMullen's grandparents were
Joseph Franklin McMullin (1829-1914) and Mary E.
( ) McMullen (1838-1913) born are buried in SW
87 alongside of him. Ref: #3 & #4.
McMULLEN, MARY E.
b. 13 Dec 1838 d. 24 Aug 1913 of acute dilation of
the heart, age 75y 8m 11d. Int. 23 May 1914 in SW
87-2 Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY] in the Matlack
lot). Married to Joseph F. McMullen (1829-1914)
housewife, home address not listed, died at Utica,
Onida County, New York attended by a New York
Doctor. The funeral was 23 May 1914 3 PM at
grave site with Reverend E. B. Collier. Charge to
R.G. McMullen 648 Court House Portland Oregon,
home address 488 E. 27th North Portland Oregon.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
MATLACK, GERTRUDE
b. 1865, d. 13 Nov 1895 of consumption, age 30y.
Int. 15 Nov 1895 in SW 87 Line 7. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
MATLACK, DOROTHY
b. Aug 1893, d. 26 May 1894 of an inherited disease,
age 9m. Int. 28 May 1894 in SW 87 Line 7. Parents
were B.W. & Gertrude Matlack. Ref: #3.
SW 88
SW 88 All bought 9/30/1892 by John Jacob Wintler
(a Swiss boat builder who married Lucy Jane Knight
the daughter of Dr. Joel Knight and Amelia Stewart.)
WINTLER, JACOB R.
b. 1858 Washington Territory, d. 18 Apr 1927 of
diabetes, age 69y. Int. 17 Apr 1927 in SW 88-1 Line
8 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married 24 Feb
1886 to Annie M. Stewart daughter of George H. and
Angeline Stewart. Parents were Michael Wintler
and Albertina E. Indemauer both born in
Switzerland. Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, & 1880 Census).
WINTLER, ROSE H.
b. 1846, d. 1931, age 85y. Int. 1931 in SW 88 Line 8
(no records - not listed in Clark County Washington
Census books). Parents were not listed, but she was
the daughter of Michael and Albertina Wintler.
Ref: #3
WINTLER, INFANT
b. 30 Sep 1892 Washington Territory, d. 30 Sep 1892
a stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. 30 Sep 1892 in SW 88
Line 8. Parents were Jacob R. Wintler and Annie
M. Stewart. Ref: #3
CAPLES, CORA BELL
b. (?) 1875 Ohio, (? 1871 Cora was 3 years old and
Harriet Caples was the mother.) d. 28 Oct 1949 of
senility, age 74y. Int. 27 Nov 1949 in SW 88-2 Line
8. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Not listed in a Clark
County Washington Census. Parents were not
listed, but they may be John W. Caples born 12 Aug
1832 in Ashland County, Ohio (the son of Robert F.
Caples and Charlotte Laffer and the brother to Henry
Rush Caples) Harriet Gilson was born in 1848 in
Iowa. Ref: #1, #3, #6
SPEDDEN, ROSA CAPLES
b. 11 Apr 1857 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 8 Feb 1939 no cause was listed, age
81y 9m 27d. Int. 11 Feb 1939 in SW 88-4 Line 8.
[KNAPP MORTUARY], next to Cora Belle Caples.
She was married 2 Dec 1879 to Henry Spedden,
housewife, Congregational, lived at Walla Walla,
Walla Walla County, Washington - had lived there
for 15 years - lived in Washington State nearly 82
years. She died at Walla Walla attended by a local
doctor from Walla Walla, the remains were shipped
from Walla Walla by [COOKERLY & H....
MORTUARY]. The funeral was 11 Feb 1939 10
AM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Stuart
Gaude of Vancouver. Ordered by and charged to
husband Henry Spedden. Parents were Henry Laffer
Caples (1823 Wayne County Ohio-1910 the son of
Robert F. Caples and Charlotte Laffer. Henry Laffer
Caples, his wife and 3 children, crossed the Oregon
Trail in 1852 with his uncle Philip Laffer and
family.) and Margaret Kuhn Staley (1828-1910)
born in Frederick, Frederick County Maryland. Int.
in SE 69 Line 12 (both have markers). Ref: #2, #3,
#4, #5.
SW 89
SW 89 N/2 bought 7/3/1891 by F.W. Hiddleson
SW 89 S/2 bought 1891 by Joseph H. Toler
HIDDLESON, FRANK CARROLL
b. 1889, d. Jul 1891 of membranous croup, age 2y.
Int. 4 Jul 1891 in SW 89 N/2 Line 9. Parents were
F.W. and D. M. Hiddleson. Ref: #3.
HIDDLESON, DICK S.
b. Nov 1910 Idaho, d. 11 May 1929 of nephritis, age
18y 7m. Int. 13 May 1929 in SW 89-3 N/2 Line 9.
(Mrs.HIDDLESON).[HAMILTON MORTUARY].
Parents were Harold and Nellie Hiddleson. Ref: #3
& #4.
TOLER, JOSEPH H.
b. 1811, Nova Scotia, d. 31 Dec 1891, age 80y. Int. 1
Jan 1892 in SW 89 S/2 Line 9. He was married to
Harriet ( ) Toler, an engraver. Lived in Clark
County Washington Territory before 1880. Parents
were not listed but both were born in Novo Scotia.
Ref: #3, & #6 Clark County Washington Territory
1880 Census.
TOLER, HARRIET
b. 1823 Nova Scotia, d. 24 Apr 1901, age 78y. Int. 26
Apr 1901 in SW 89 S/2 Line 9 (has marker "Glory to
God in the highest. Peace on Earth and Good Will to
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men." She was the widow of Joseph H. Toler, a
housewife. Lived in Clark County Washington
Territory before 1880. Parents were not listed but
both were born in England. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1880
Census).
McKECHNIE, DELIA M.
b. May 1863 New York, d. 21 Oct 1934 of heart
failure, age 71y 5m. Int. Oct 1934 in SW 89 N/2.
(F.W. HIDDLESON). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
SW 90
SW 90 All bought by Hubert Daniels
DANIELS, GEORGE HUBERT
b. 16 Sep 1850 Mentor Lake County, Ohio, d. 23 Sep
1890 Vancouver of heart and liver trouble in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, age 40y 0m
7d, Int. 25 Sep 1890 in SW 90 Line 10 (has marker)
"Affectionately dedicated to the Memory of our dear
one, Born Sep 16 1850 died Sep 23 1890. Ever with
us though unseen, the dear immortal spirit trend, for
all the boundless universe is life thereunto death".
Came to Vancouver with his parents in 1870. He
married 25 Jun 1875 in Vancouver to Anna Frances
Wintler (1854-1920). He learned the trade of plumber
and tinner; later then he owned a hardware store at
6th and Main Streets in Vancouver. Charged to son,
(1) Horace Daniels. Other children were (2) Sarah
Bertha married Joseph Gibbon Swartz, (3) Gilbert
Wintler Daniels married Edna Vera Dudley and last
(4) Anna W. Daniels Int. in SW 90-2 Line 10.
Parents were William B. Daniels (1817-1894) born
in Ohio came west in 1853, (was Territorial
Governor of Idaho during the Lincoln
Administration) he is buried in SE -3 Line 5 and
Sarah Hall (1824-1907) born in New York. Ref: #2,
#3, #4 & #6 (1870, 1871 & 1880 Census).
DANIELS, ANNA FRANCES
b. 1854 California, d. 25 Sep 1920 of cancer of the
stomach, age 66y. Int. 27 Sep 1920 in SW 90 Line
10. She was the widow of George Hubert Daniels
(1850-1890) who went by the name of “Hubert”. She
was a housewife, Parents were Michael Wintler
(1830-1880 in Canton Calrus, Switzerland.) died
in Portland, Oregon and Albertina E. Indemauer
born (1830-1916 born in Switzerland). She
emigrated to the United States in 1845). Ref: #2, #3,
& #6 (1870, 1871, 1880 & 1900).
DANIELS, HORACE H.
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b. Jan 1886 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 25 May 1960 of heart failure, age 74y
4m. Int. 7 Jun 1960 in SW 90-5 Line 10. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Unmarried, President of Clark
County National Bank in 1947-1951. Parents were
George Hubert Daniels (1850-1890) and Anna
Frances Wintler (1854-1920). Ref: #3, #4.
DANIELS, ANNA W.
b. Sep 1888 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 2 Apr 1915, age 26y, 7m. Int. in SW 90-2 Line 10.
Parents were George Hubert Daniels (1850-1890)
and Anna Frances Wintler (1854-1920).Ref: #3 &
#4.
SW 91
SW 91 N/2 bought 1891 by S.B. Dawson
SW 91 S/2 bought 1890 by John C. Miller
DAWSON, S. B. Jr. (MALE)
b. 1877, d. 7 Aug 1890 of typhoid fever, age 13y. Int.
in SW 91 N/2 Line 11. Parents were not listed.
(Grandparents may be Thomas M. Dawson born Apr
1833 Ohio and Emma E. Dawson born in Sep 1839 in
Michigan in the 1900 census.) Ref: #3.
HUFF, OLIVE
b. 14 Jan 1899, d. 5 Feb 1899 of the gripe
(Influenza), age 22d. Int. 6 Feb 1899 in SW 91 N/2
Line 11. (S.B. DAWSON). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
MILLER, AMANDA “Tillie”
b. 21 Jul 1845 Norway, d. 18 Aug 1890 of blood
poisoning. age 45y 23d. Int. 19 Aug 1890 in SW 91
S/2 Line 11. (J.C.MILLER). [according to the Clark
County 1900 Census] she was the wife of John C.
Miller (b. Feb 1846 Virginia). They had son, Albert
born in May 1883 Washington State. Parents were
not listed but were born in Norway. Ref: #3.
SW 92
SW 92 N/2 bought ca 1889 by Henry A. Lamb
SW 92 S/2 bought by Wesley Abbott
LAMB, HENRY A.
b. Nov 1862 Oregon, d. 1936 of inflammation of the
bowels, age 74y. Int. 16 Aug 1891. Disinterred from
plot and interred 4 Jun 1940 in SW 92 N/2 Line 12.
(had marker "Father"). He was married to Ida Lamb,
a farmer who rented 62 acres of land. Parents were
not listed, but his father was born Virginia. And in
1880 Census he was a ward of David R. & Sarah A.
Fales and a Virginia (probably a sister born 1854)
was a servant. Ref: #3, #6 (1900 Census).
LAMB, IDA H.
b. Jun 1868 Kansas, d. 1 Nov 1942 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 74y 6m. Int. 4 Nov 1942 in SW 922 N/2 Line 12 (has marker "Mother"). Widow of
Henry A. Lamb. In 1900 Census the children
were:(1) Robert R. (b. Aug 1892 Oregon), (2) Cecil
L. (b. Aug 1894 Washington), and (3) Kenneth A. (b.
Jan 1897 Washington). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1900 Census).
LAMB, PEARL L.
b. 1870, d. 11 Oct 1889 of bilious diarrhea, age 19y.
Int. 12 Oct 1889 in SW 92 N/2 Line 12. (HENRY A.
LAMB probably her brother). Parents were not
listed but may have been Mr. & Mrs. George A
Lamb (b. ca 1826 Georgia) who was a carpenter
also in the 1870 Census Abraham Lamb age 6y (b. ca
1863/4) lived with John & Sarah Barron therefore the
parents died after 1864. Ref:#3
PERKINS, ZENOIA ALBERT (MALE)
b. 2 Feb 1863 d. 21 Jan 1915 of carcinoma of the face
and neck, age 51y 11m 1d. Int. 24 Jan in SW 92-3
Line 12. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was single,
manager of a grain elevator at Kamiah, Idaho, lived
in Glenwood area of Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. C.C. Cox
of Vancouver. The funeral was 24 Jan 1915 1 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.E. Maley. Pall
Bearers were: (Last name) Clock, Stamp, Vessey,
Wood, Hall and Hansen. Charged to Ira G. Bills #6
Glenwood area of Vancouver, Washington. Parents
were Henry Perkins and Christa Dunlop both born
in Canada. Ref: #3 & #4.
ABBOTT, BERNICE C.
b. 1890 Clark County, Washington, d. 9 Oct 1893 of
diphtheria, age 3y. Int. in SW 92-S/2 Line 12.
Parents were Webster G. Abbott and Mary Louise
Coffey (1833 -1922 Boonville, Cooper County,
Missouri) both buried Fern Prairie Cemetery. Ref: #1
& #3.
ABBOTT, RAYMOND
b. 1886, d. 21 Oct 1889 of diphtheria, age 3y. Int. 24
Oct 1889 in SW 92 S/2 Line 12. Parents were
Webster G. Abbott and Mary Louise Coffey. Ref: #1
& #3
SCHMIDT, ANNA ABBOTT
b. 1868, d. 1936 of an unknown cause, age 68y. Int.
1936 in SW 92 S/2 Line 12. Parents were Webster
G. Abbott and Mary Louise Coffey. Ref: #1 & #3.
SW 93
SW 93 N/2 bought by H.D. Burrows
SW 93 S/2 bought 1889 by G.S. Boyer
BURROWS, HARRY/HENRY DAVID
b. 16 Sep 1859 England, d. 6 Jan 1925, age 66y. Int.
6 Jan 1925 in SW 93 N/2 Line 13. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Married to Eliza Cushing (born Oct
1871 in Illinois. (Her parents were born in Vermont).
He was a steamboat pilot (Reference 1900 Clark
County Census). Had a son. Harry D. Burrows b.
Aug 1890 in Oregon. A relative may have been
Sidney Smith Burrows (18 Sep 1835-11 Dec 1910)
and wife Charlotte Burrows (21 Aug 1846-13 Aug
1918) both buried in Camas Cemetery # 25/3.
Parents were not listed but were probably
grandfather or father was George W. Burrows (1800
born in Lanncashire England and Hannah also born
in England. Ref: #1 & #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
BURROWS, INFANT
b. Jun 1889 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. Jun 1889 of exhaustion at birth, age 1/2 day. Int.
30 Jun 1889 SW 93 N/2 line 13. Parents were Harry
David Burrows (1859-1925) and Eliza Cushing.
Ref: #3.
BURROWS, LOUISE JEAN
b. Apr 1902 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 1902, age 4m. Int. 7 Oct 1902 in SW 93 N/2 Line
13. Parents were Harry David Burrows and Eliza
Cushing. Ref: #3.
MADSEN, KNUTE P.
b. 1872 (probably Denmark), d. May 1939 of heart
failure, age 67y. Int. 27 May 1939 in SW 93 N/2 Line
13. (H.D. BURROWS). [LIMBERS FUNERAL
HOME]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
CUSHING, DON/JOHN ALONZO
b. 21 Mar 1828 Royalton, Windsor County Vermont,
d. 3 May 1918, age 90y 1m 12d of carcinoma of the
stomach, age 90y. Int. 5 May 1918 in SW 93-5 N2
Line 13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to
Sarah Jane Jacques. He was a painting contractor for
houses, building and signs. He lived in East
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Miles U. Leiser of Vancouver. The
funeral was 5 May 1918 2:30 PM at grave site with
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O.T. Clarke the speaker. Charged to daughter Mrs.
Eliza (Harry D.) Burrows 801 East 10th St.
Vancouver, Washington (her husband Harry D.
Burrows (1860-1925) is in SW 93 N/2). Parents
were J.W. Cushing and Frances Troupe Ainsworth.
Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
CUSHING, SARAH JANE
b. 1836, d. 4 May 1928 of senility of the insane, age
90y. Int. 1928 in SW 93 N/2 Line 13. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Don Alonzo
Cushing (1828-1918). She was an senile and an
invalid, lived at Steilacoom, Thurston County,
Washington, died at the Washington State Insane
Asylum at Steilacoom, no doctor was listed. The
body was cremated at the [BUCKLEY KING CO.],
and ashes were shipped to Vancouver, Washington to
KNAPP MORTUARY for burial. Ordered by and
charged to daughter, Mrs. Burrows of Madras,
Oregon. Charged to son E.J. Cushing Oregon City,
Clackamas County, Oregon. Note: another son lived
in Miami, Florida. Parents were not listed, but were
Mr. & Mrs. Jacques. Ref: #2, #3 & #4 & #5.
CUSHING, NORA
b. 1867, d. 1935, 68y. Int. in SW 93 N/2 Line 13. (no
record). Her broken stone was on the lot with Don
Alonzo Cushing. Parents were Don Alonzo and
Sarah Jane Cushing. Ref: #1, & #3.
WOLF/WOLFE, JAMES
b. 1845 Illinois, 2 Apr 1899 of paralysis, age 54y. Int.
4 Apr 1909 in SW 93 Line 13. He was married to
Emily ( ) Wolf. Children were (1) Jane, (2) George,
(3) Lillie, (4) Peter, (5) Anna, (6) James and (7)
Alice. Parents were not listed, but were both born
in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
BOYER, JOHNNY A.
b. 31 Dec 1888 Washington, d. 28 Jul 1889 of brain
fever, age 7m 29d. Int. 29 Jul 1889 in SW 93 S/2
Line 13. Note:a brother to George S. Boyer may have
been Sgt. William Boyer 1840-1920 buried in Post
Military Cemetery #669). Parents were George S.
Boyer born Nov 1848 in Pennsylvania (as were his
parents). He was a teamster and owned his own
home, and Lydia Page Boyer born Mar 1850 born
in Illinois (her father was born in Kentucky and her
mother in Indiana). Other children of the family
were:(1) Ralph born Mar 1873 was a soldier in 1900.
(2) Francis born Mar 1874 in Missouri was a day
laborer, (3) William born Apr 1881 in Washington, a
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teamster and (4) Johnny (1888-1889). Ref: #2, #3. &
#6 (1900 Census).
BOYER, ORA L. (MALE)
b. 8 Jul 1877 Missouri, d. 20 Jul 1889 by drowning.
age 12y 12d. Int. 21 Jul 1889 in SW 93 S/2 Line 13.
Parents were George S. Boyer born in 1848 in
Pennsylvania and Lydia Page born Mar 1850 in
Illinois. Ref: #2, #3.
PAGE, ALEXANDER E.
b. 1820 Maine, d. 1 Jun 1896 of paralysis, age 76y.
Int. 2 Jun 1896 in SW 93 S/2 Line 13. Probably the
father of Lydia (Page) Boyer. Had son Frederick C.
Page (1838 born in Maine who was married to Edna
(1832 Ohio). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 94
SW 94 N/2 bought by Otis, Harrell
SW 94 S/2 bought by Mrs. J.A. Acteson
HARRELL, CALVIN GEORGE
b. 2 June 1824 in West Virginia, d. 12 Jun 1889 of a
drowning accident, age 65y 10d. Int. Jun 1889 in SW
94. N/2. He had his horse drawn truck on the
Undine's dock in La Center and was in the act of
boarding the steamer's deck when he fell into the
water. Rescue attempts were made, but they were
unable to locate his body until the next day. He was
married about 1861 to Mary Alvina Stultz (18391919). He was a farmer. Calvin G. Harrell grew up in
Monroe County, Indiana where he was a farmer.
Around 1877 the Harrells and their seven children
[Rodney A. 1860, Otis R. 1862, Addie G. 1863/4,
Nannie L. 1866, Josie L. 1868 and Fannie 1871], and
journeyed to the Washington Territory. Took out a
homestead in the La Center area. His brother was
George W. Harrell (born in 1827) is listed in the 1900
Census. Calvin was the last Postmaster to operate at
Stoughton's Landing and lived in La Center area of
Clark County, Washington. His son Otis R. Harrell
was the owner of the Plot. Parents were James
Harrell and Mary Thraser both born in
Virginia/West Virginia. Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1880
Census).
HARRELL, MARY ALVINA
b. 1 Sep 1839 Indiana, d. 2 Dec 1919 of broncho
pneumonia, age 80y 3m 1d. Int. 4 Dec 1919 in SW
94-2 line 14. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the
widow of Calvin G. Harrell (1824-1889). She was a
housewife and a Methodist. Lived at Franklin Court
Apt. 105 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver attended
Dr. J.M. Chalmers of Vancouver. The funeral was 4
Dec 1919 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend A.H.
Thompson. Charged to daughter Mrs. Fannie Crocker
of Vancouver, Washington. Parents were J.C. Stultz
and Mary Anderson both born in Indiana. Ref: #1,
#3, #4 & #6 (1880 Census).
CROCKER, INFANT
b. 27 Apr 1892, d. 27 Apr 1892 stillborn birth, age
00y. Int. 27 Apr 1892 in SW 94 N/2. (CRISS
HARRELL). Parents were Mr. & Mrs.Fannie
(Harrel) Crocker (b. 1871 Indiana). Ref: #3.
ACTERSON, JAMES A.
b. 1841, d, 16 Apr 1889 of abscess of the stomach,
age 48y. Int. 17 Apr 1889 in SW 94 S/2. (A.
CLETESON). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
ACTERSON, MRS. James A.
b. ?, d. ?, age ?. Int. in SW 94 S/2. Had children all
born in Missouri:(1) Grace Jan 1889, (2) Reta Apr
1892 and (3) Russell 1894. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SW 95
SW 95 N/2 bought about 1887 by W.E. Morgan
SW 95 S/2 bought about 1887 by H. Mannary
MORGAN, LAURA E.
b. 5 Jan 1869, d. 24 Mar 1887, age 18y 2m 19d. Int.
Mar 1887 in SW 95 Line 15 (has marker "Sacred to
the Memory of Laura E. Morgan". (ROBERT
WOLF). She was married to Willis E. Morgan, and
was a housewife. Note:in the Clark County 1880
Census Robert Wolf's wife is listed as
Theoroda/Theodora born in Wurttemberg, Germany
as were her parents were; Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SCHMIDT, CHARLES ARTHUR *
b. May 5 1889 Klamath Falls, Oregon, d. 5 Jun 1943
of heart failure, age 55y. Int. in SW 95-3 Line 15.
Soldier Pvt. Washington 13 Supply Tn. 13 Div. He
was married to Nora Nolan the 27 Nov 1907 in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, t000he
daughter of John and Mary A. Nolan and the sister
Mary J. (Nolan) Ernest (Mrs. John C. Ernest) listed in
the Clark County 1900 Census. Parents were
George Schmidt born in Germany and Ella Sharp
born in Iowa. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SCHMIDT, NORA C.
b. 19 Jul 1883 Washington, d. 25 Mar 1968 of a
stroke, age 84y 8m. Int. 27 Mar 1968 in SW 95-4
Line 15. Widow of Charles A. Schmidt. She was a
sister of Nora (Nolan) Schmidt and Mary J. (Nolan)
Ernest buried by VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL. Parents were not listed, but were John
Nolan (1840-1888 born in Kinvara County,
Galway, Ireland and Mary Ann Nolan (1849-1932
born in New Jersey) both buried in St. James Acres
Cemetery. Ref: #3, #5 #6 1880, & (1900 Census).
MANARY, JOHN
b. 1808 (? Canada-English), d. 1 Dec 1887
Washington of pneumonia, age 79y. Int. 2 Dec 1887
in SW 95 S/2 line 15. (H. MANARY). He was
married to Jane ( ) Manary. The Manarys lived in
the Fisher Landing District of Clark County, but are
not listed in a census. John Manary may be the
grandfather of Robert A. Manary (1869-1945) buried
at Park Hill Cemetery. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
MANARY, JANE
b. 1810, d. 9 Mar 1891 of paralysis, age 89y. Int. 11
Mar 1899 in SW 95 S/2 Line 15. (H. MANARY).
She was the wife of John Manary. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
SW 96
SW 96 All bought by Theodore Buckman
BUCKMAN, THEODORE
b. 21 Jan 1845 Indiana, d. 4 May 1917 of pulmonary
hemorrhages at 10 AM, age 72y 3m 13d. Int. 6 May
1917 in SW 96-2 Line 19. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
He was the widower of Kitty Buckman (1844-1911).
A retired farmer, a Unitarian. He lived at Minniehaha
area of Vancouver. He died in Seattle, King County,
Washington attended by a Seattle physician. The
body was shipped to Knapp Mortuary in Vancouver,
Washington from [E.R. BUTTERWORTH & SONS
- Seattle, Washington) via train #413 and arrived 5
May 1917 10 PM. The funeral was 6 May 1917 2 PM
at KNAPP Chapel with Reverend L.K. Grimes.
Charged to daughter Mattie T. Carson (Mrs. Earl
Carson of Vancouver (b. Oct 1880 born in Oregon).
He is in the Clark County 1900 Census also had
daughters Cora (b, Oct 1869) and Eva (b. 1877) all
born in Oregon. Parents were Abraham "Harding"
Buckman (3 Aug 1810-1882 born in Pennsylvania)
the son of Abraham Buckman and Rebecca Lipencot)
and Lydia Holloway (12 Feb 1812-29 Jun 1909
born in Ohio). They were married 2 Feb 1833 and
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are buried in the Oswego Cemetery in Lake Oswego,
Multnomah County, Oregon. They migrated to the
Oregon Territory in 1872. Ref: #1, #3, #4, #5 & #6
(1900 Census.)
BUCKMAN, KITTIE F.
b. 31 Oct 1844 Kentucky, d. 31 Mar 1911 of dropsy
(diabetes), age 66y 5m. Int. 31 Mar 1911 in SW 9620 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married to Theodore Buckman (1845-1917), a
housewife, lived at RFD #2 Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington died St. Joseph's Hospital
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 2 Apr 1911 at KNAPP CHAPEL
with no clergy listed. Charged to husband Theodore
Buckman at home. Parents were named Mr. & Mrs.
Ashcraft. Ref: #3, #4, #6 (1900 Census).
BUCKMAN, ROSA/ROSIE
b. 18 Aug 1872, d. 10 Dec 1884 of typhoid fever, age
12y 8m 28d. Int. in SW 96 1/4 Line 16. Parents
were Theodore Buckman (1845-1917) and Kittie
Buckman (1844-1911). Ref: #3.
CARSON, IONE/JANE
b. 13 Jul 1914, d. 29 Dec 1916 of bronchial
pneumonia at 4 PM, age 2y 5m 16d. Int. 31 Dec 1916
in SW 96-1 Line 16. (Listed as Jane Carson).
[KNAPP MORTUARY] She lived in Minniehaha
area of Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at home attended by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of
Vancouver. The funeral was 31 Dec 1916 1:30 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend W.E. Rossman.
Charged to parents. Parents were Earl Carson born
in Kansas and Mattie Buckman (born Oct 1880 in
Oregon daughter of Theodore Buckman (Jan 1845
Pennsylvania) Int. Jun 1889 in SW 94. N/2. and
Katie Ashcraft (1844 Kentucky). Ref: #3.
SW 97
SW 97 All bought by Mary Jane Hayden
HAYDEN, LINDA RUTH SEXTON
b. 1821, d. 5 Mar 1842 ???, age 21y. Int. in 97 S/2
Line 16. [Mrs. M.M. Hayden) ??? who was she. ???
"Wife of Gay Hayden?". In the 1860 Census of Clark
County there is a "Frank Sexten" age 19 born in
Ireland, a soldier- Private [The Gay Hayden and
Mary Jane Bean were married 4 Jul 1847 in Jefferson
County, Wisconsin and on an 1850 Wagon Train for
Oregon, also in the train were Mary Jane's father or
Gay Hayden's father for he saved Mary Jane from an
attack by the Bannock Indians. Also there was in the
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Wagon Train, probably Mary Jane”s brother A.J.
Bean born in 1837 in Maine - listed in the 1860
Census. Because of a terrible wind storm which
turned their wagon over and broke the tongue they
had to spend two weeks out on the prairie alone
looking for a piece of wood to replace the broken
tongue. Gay spotted a tree out on an island in the
Platt River, swam out to it and cut it down and swam
back to the mainland from the "Diary of Mary
Hayden, 1850 Oregon Pioneer"]. (It may be that
Linda Ruth Sexton Hayden married is Gay Hayden
Jr. (he was born in Jul 1861 Washington Territory in
the 1900 census and he was married to Emma
Kauffman, granddaughter of John Blurock born in
Jan 1867 Kansas). Note:In the 1900 census Gay
Hayden Sr. born Apr 1819 New York was divorced
from Mary Jane Bean Hayden. Gay Hayden's Father
was born in Connecticut and was on the same wagon
train as his son; Gay's mother was born in New York
and died before they came west. In the 1900 census
Mary Jane Hayden was born Jul 1830 in Maine (as
were her parents named "Bean") she was living with
daughter Adelle H. (Hayden) Wilmarth b. Apr 1858
in Washington Territory, and a widow at that time.
Mary Jane Bean Hayden was divorced and died 24
Jun 1918 in Seattle. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #8 (? a book).
HAYDEN, MARION (Twin)
b. 29 Jan 1851 Oregon, d. 4 May 1861, age 10y 3m
6d, (twin to Mary W. Hayden. Int. May 1861 in SW
97 S/2 Line 16. Parents were Gay Hayden Sr. born
in New York and Mary Jane Bean born in Maine.
Ref:#1, #3 & #6 Clark County Washington Territory
1860 Census.
HAYDEN, MARY DALINDA/MELINDA
b. ?, d.?, age ? NOTE: according to the 1860 census
she was born in 1842 and alive at 18 years in 1860.)
Int. in SW 97 S/2 Line 16. Parents were Gay
Hayden Sr. born in New York and his first wife
(unnamed) who died in child birth probably in Fort
Stanwix New York. Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1860 census).
STABLER, MINNIE HAYDEN (this entry is also
under Minnie Hayden),
b. 4 Aug 1869, d. 9 Oct 1869, age 2m 5d. Int. in SW
97 S/2 Line 16. (Mrs. MARY JANE HAYDEN).
Parents were W.L. & Melinda S. Stabler. Ref: #3.
SW 98
SW 98 All bought 1886 by F.E. Pressler (listed Clark
County 1880 Census as Frederick Presley age 28, a
soldier in Company K 21st Infantry)
HENRICHSEN, JENS JACOB *
b. 2 Nov 1831 Denmark d. 28 Dec 1902, age 71y 1m
26d. Int. 29 Dec 1902 in SW 98 S/2 Line 15.
(FREDERICK E. PRESSLER). He arrived in Clark
County Washington in 1859, after serving in the
Danish army during the Schleswig-Holstein war with
Russia. His brother, Neils H. Henrichsen, had
preceded him in 1857 and established a cabinet shop
which Jens worked in building coffins and acting as
undertaker. He his brother, Neils also bought a
sawmill on Burnt Bridge Creek. Jens worked as a
cooper in the commisary department; as a cooper and
he was also in charge of shipments to the commands
in the Pacific Northwest. In the Clark County 1900
Census he was a cabinet maker, owned a 131 acre
farm. NOTE: Frederick E. Pressler's first wife
Henrietta Henrichsen who died 27 Jan 1887, was a
daughter of Jens Jacob Henrichsen] and Pressler's (2)
wife was Frances E. Anderson, [the daughter of
William Reese Anderson and Sarah Jane Sturgess].
In the Clark County 1871 Census Jens Jacob
Henrichsen was listed and his wife was Katie
(Catherine 1839 Denmark). Parents were not listed
but were born in Denmark. Ref: #1, #3,#6 (1870
(under the name I.J. Hendickson), 1871 (under the
name I.I. Henricksen), 1880 (under the name of Jacob
J. Henricksen with the wife Hannah C. Henricksen)
and 1900 (under the name Jens Hendrickson with no
wife).
HENRICHSEN, HANNAH K. (CHRISTINA)
b. 19 Sep 1838 Denmark, d. 12 Feb 1893 Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, age 54y 5m 2d. Int. in
SW 98 S/2 Line 15. (F.E. PRESSLER). Married 26
December 1861 in Vancouver to Jens J. Henrichsen.
She came with other members of the family around
Cape Horn and they encountered a terrible storm in
which the ship nearly sank. The family made it to
Montevideo, Uruguay for repairs which took six
months. She had eight children:(1) Henrietta (18631887) married Frederick E. Pressler, (2) Neils H.
(1864-1911), (3) Christina May (1866) married Neils
Anderson, (4) Hannah (1868) married Alephus "Al"
Jewett, (5) Tobey L. (1869-1951) married Della W.
Webster, (6) Lawson C. (1872-1937) married Anna
Marie Geurich, (7) Jens Jacob "Yensen" (1875-1945)
married Mary Alice..... and (8) Elsie W. (1880-1966)
married Thomas Garretson. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Hansen both born in Denmark. Ref: #2, #3,
#6 (1870, 1871 & 1880 Census).
HENRICHSEN, NEIL H.
b. 1864 Oregon, d. 21 Sep 1911 of a hemorrhage,
(from he had suffered a throat ailment for over one
year), age 47y. Int. 2 Oct 1911 in SW 98 Line 15. He
never married, a contractor and brick mason, Parents
were Jens Jacob Henrichsen and Hannah Hansen
both born in Denmark. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1900
Census).
PRESSLER, M. M. HENRIETTA
b. 1 Feb 1863 Oregon, d. 27 Jan 1887, age 23y 11m
26d, Int. Apr 1887 in SW 98 Line 15 (has marker
"Sacred to the memory of Henrietta Pressler beloved
wife of Fred E. Pressler. She was married to
Frederick Pressler (first wife). Parents were Jens
Jacob Henrichsen and Hannah Catherine Hansen
both born in Denmark. Ref: #2, #3, #6 (1870, 1871
Census).
PRESSLER, FREDRICA
b. 12 Nov 1885, d. 20 Apr 1886 of lung disease, age
5m. Int. 22 Apr 1886 in SW 98 Line 15. Parents
were Frederick E. Pressler & M.M. Henrietta
Henrichsen both born in Denmark. Ref: #2, #3.
SW 99
SW 99 N/2 bought about 1889 by James Mathews
SW 99 S/2 bought by W. Burness
MATHEWS, JAMES
b. 16 Nov 1830 North Carolina, d. 7 Feb 1889 of
lung fever. age 58y 2m 9d. Int. 9 Feb 1889 in SW 99
N/2 line 14 (has marker "This my shroud, this much
and that is all I know. He is completly blest. He has
done with sin and worry and with his savior rests."
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
MATHEWS, JOHN W.
b. Feb 1850 Tennessee, d. 8 Jun 1932 of
arteriosclerosis and senility, age 82y 5m. Int. 11 Jun
1932 in SW 99-3 N/2 Line 14. (JAMES
MATHEWS). [LIMBERS FUNERAL HOME]. He
was a farmer who owned 81 acres, also he was a
boarder with M. Ruiter in 1900. The funeral was 11
Jun 1932 by LIMBER. Parents were probably
James Mathews (1830-1889 born in North
Carolina) and his wife born in Tennessee who is
not buried in Vancouver City Cemetery. Ref: #3, #5
& #6 (1900 Census).
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MATHEWS, NELSON A.
b. 1884, d. 1902 he may have died in an accident
with his brother Robert Mathews, age 18y. Int. 1902
in SW 99 N/2 Line 14. (has marker "Brother". (no
records). Parents were not listed, but was probably
a son of John Mathews (1850-1932). Ref: #3.
MATHEWS, ROBERT
b. 1886, d. 31 Jul 1902 of an accident, age 16y. Int. 3
Aug 1902 in SW 99 N/2 Line 14. (JAMES
MATHEWS). Parents were not listed, but was
probably a son of James Mathews Sr.(1830-1889).
Ref: #3
BURNESS, Mrs. W.
b. 1848, d. 19 Aug 1888 of an inflamation, age 40y.
Int. 20 Aug 1888 in SW 99 Line 14. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
BURNESS, MINNIE
b. 1876, d. 27 Jul 1888 of diphtheria, age 12y. Int. 28
Jul 1888 in SW 99 S/2 line 14. (W. BURNESS). She
was a student. Parents were Mrs. & Mrs. W.
Burness. Ref: #3
SW 100
SW 100 N/2 bought 12/1884 by William Wallen
Webber
SW 100 S/2 bought 1885 by Adolph P. Pincus
SLIDERBERG, WILLIAM
b. 1865, d. 23 Nov 1890 of liver and kidney failure,
age 25y. Int. 24 Nov 1890 in SW 100 N/2 Line 13.
(WILLIAM WEBBER). They Married 9 Dec 1896 in
Clark County, Washington to Jennie Farrell (Jan
1869 San Francisco, California-31 Jan 1934 buried at
St. Johns Catholic Cemetery with her 2nd husband
Michael Boyham). Had (1)Charles (b. Feb 1888) and
(2) George Sliderberg. Parents were George
Sliderberg, a farmer in Clark County,
Washington, born about 1836 in Maryland (his
parents were born in Prussia) and Anna Sliderberg
born about 1837 in Kentucky (her parents were
also born in Kentucky). Ref: #3 & #6 (1880
Census].
SUHL, GEORGIANNA
b. Jan 1863 Missouri, d. 29 May 1905 of exhaustion
and debility, age 42y 4m. Int. 30 May 1905 in SW
100 N/2 (WILLIAM WOLLENWEBBER) (has
marker "Courage, Remembrance) beside her first
husband. Married (1) William Wollenwebber
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Note:she had children born in Washington State:(1)
Fred (1884-1884), (2) Gay (Apr 1886) and (3)
Etheyln (Dec 1888). Georgianna married [Clark
County 1900 Census] (2) to Frank Suhl (b. Jan 1863
Illinois, a blacksmith by trade, his father was born in
Germany and mother in Pennsylvania). Georgianna
was a member of The Women of Woodcraft. The
members erected the marker on her grave. Parents
were George Sliderberg,a farmer in Clark County,
Washington born about 1836 in Maryland and
Anna Sliderberg born about 1837 in Kentucky.Ref:
#3
WELTON, LORENA, ZULARE (PINCUS)
b. 4 Aug 1859 Michigan, d. 2 Jan 1924 of cancer, age
64y 4m 28d. Int. 2 Jan 1924 in SW 100-2 S/2 Line
13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married (1) 28 Mar
1874 in Clark County, Washington to Adolph P.
Pincus (an attorney) and (2) Frank E. Welton (18481916), She was a housewife, an Adventist. She lived
at RT #1 Box 6 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died in Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon attended by Dr. E.E. Clark located in the
Medical Bldg. in Portland, The funeral was 2 Jan
1924 1:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Elder
Hooper and Reverend R.A. Venhan. Ordered by R.B.
Welton. Charges were not listed. Her children
were:(1) Franklin Adolph Pincus (1875-1885), (2)
Daisy Pincus (21 Apr 1879 Lacamas Lake, Clark
County Wa.- 2 Jan 1972) m. (a) 1901 Harry W. Rand
and (b) Frank L. Shafer, (3) Edna Pincus (10 Apr
1884-12 Nov 1970) m. Newton MacLafferty.
Parents were John Stamp born in New York and
Mary Zeek born in Indiana who lived in the Fisher
Landing area of Camas, Washington. Ref: #1, #3,
#4 & #6 Clark County Washington Territory 1870,
1871, 1900 Census.
PINCUS, FRANKLIN ADOLPH
b. 12 Dec 1875, d. 8 Dec 1885 of brain disease. age
9y 11m 26d. Int. Dec 1885 in SW 100 Line 13 (has
marker "Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the
first resurrection; On such the second death hath no
power, but he shall be priests of God and of Christ,
and shall reign with him a thousand years. Rev.
XX:VI. Parents were Adolph Pincus b. Jan 1851
Germany came to the United States in 1869 with
his parents, was a collecter, pension agent and
owned his home and mother was Lorena Zeek
Stamp Pincus (1859 Michigan-1924), later she
married Frank E. Welton. Ref: #3
WOLLENWEBER, FRED C.
b. 3 Dec 1884, d. 12 Dec 1884, age 9d. Int. 13 Dec in
SW 100 S/2 Line 13.(WILLIAM
WOLLENBURGER).Parents were William and
Georgianna Wollenweber/Vollenberger. Ref: #3
SW 101
SW 101 N/2 bought Apr 1888 by William P Hanes
SW 101 S/2 bought about 1888 by Samuel T. Bunch
HAINES, WILLIAM P.
b. Dec 1827 Indiana, d. 2 Jun 1900 of dropsy of the
heart, age 72y 7m. Int. Jun 1900 in SW 101 N/2 Line
12. He was a widower, a Capitalist, lived [in the
1900 Clark County Washington Census] with
youngest son, Walter Haines born Sep 1874 Oregon
who was a farmer owned a farm of 137 acres and his
wife Bertha born Aug 1876 Pennsylvania (her parents
were born in Germany) and their sons were born in
State of Washington: Dewey 1898 and Alfa born Mar
1900. Parents were not listed, but his father was
born in Tennessee and his mother was born in
North Carolina. Ref: #3, #6 (1880 & #1900
Census).
HAINES, JOHN
b. 1868 California [Clark County 1880 Census], d. 11
Apr 1888 of quick consumption, age 10y. Int. 12 Apr
1888 in SW 101 N/2 Line 12. Parents were William
P. Haines born in Indiana and mother was not
named (and she was not listed in the 1880 Clark
County Census but was born in Indiana, therefore
it is presumed that she died before the family moved
to Clark County Washington.) Living with William
P. Haines in 1880 were children (1) Albert (b. 1876
Oregon), (2) John (1878-1888 California, (3) Andrew
(1872 Oregon) and (4) (Walter 1874 Oregon.) Ref:
#3, & #6 (1880 Census).
BUNCH, SAMUEL A.
b. 28 Sep 1887 Clark County, Washington, d. 27 Jun
1888, age 8m 1d, Int. in SW 101 S/2 Line 12. He was
a brother of Mary Agnes Bunch Charlton in SW 102
S/2. Parents were Samuel T. Bunch & Mrs. L.F.
Bunch. Ref: #3
SW 102
SW 102 All bought 5/8/1891 by James W. Charlton
BEEBE, GUY
b. 29 Mar 1839 Athens, Athens County Ohio, d. 2
Oct 1921 of apoplexy at 6:50 PM, age 82y 6m 3d.
Int. 2 Oct 1921 in SW 102 N/2 Line 11. He was
widower to Sarah Beebe (1841-1912). He was a
farmer, lived at Castle Rock, Cowlitz County,
Washington, died at home attended by a doctor from
Castle Rock. The funeral was 4 Oct 1921 at KNAPP
CHAPEL, no clergy was listed. Charged to daughter,
Mrs. Mattie Hatch of Castle Rock. Parents were
Collins Beebe and Sarah Hull both born in Ohio.
Ref: #3
BEEBE, SARAH
b. 1841, d. 18 Dec 1912 of cancer of the stomach at
11 PM, age 71y 0m 7d. Int. 18 Dec 1912 in SW 1024 N/2 Line 11.[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married to Guy Beebe (1839-1921), a housewife,
Methodist, home address was not listed died at St.
Joseph Hospital attended by Drs. Miles Leiser &
Herbert Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was 20 Dec
1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend E.B.
Collier. Charged to Joseph Carter of Vancouver.
Parents were not listed but may have been named
“Bier” - she may have been a sister of Louisa Carter
the mother of Joseph Carter; her parents were
father born in Germany and mother in Ireland.
Ref: #3 & #4.
BEEBE, LOTTIE
b. 8 Mar 1885, d. 28 Feb 1913 of TB hemorrhages,
age 27y 11m 20d. Int. 2 Mar 1913 in SW 102-5 N/2,
Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was a student,
single, Methodist. Died at the St. Vincent Hospital in
Portland Oregon attended by Dr. W.R. Taylor of
Portland. The funeral was 2 Mar 1913 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend E.B. Collier. Charged to
Mrs. Joseph Carter. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Joseph Carter. Ref: #3 & #4.
CHARLTON, MARY AGNES
b. 25 Dec 1871, d. 7 May 1891 in childbirth. age 19y
4m 14d. Int. in SW 102 S/2 Line 11. She was married
to James William Charlton 8 Jul 1884 in Clark
County, Washington. She was a housewife and lived
in Clark County, Washington. She died at her parent's
home. Parents were Samuel T. Bunch and L.F.
Bunch. Ref: #3
CHARLTON, MARION ARCHIE
b. 7 May 1891, Clark County Washington, d. 20 Oct
1891, age 5m 13d. Int. in SW 102 S/2 Line 11 (has
marker beside mother). He was the infant son of
Mary Agnes Charlton (who died in his birth),
Parents were James William Charlton born about
1857 in Oregon (son of James F. Charlton and
Amanda M. Jones) and Mary Agnes (Bunch)
Charlton (1871-1891). Ref: #3
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GUNTER, INFANT
b. 6 Jun 1912, d. 6 Jun 1912 a stillbirth, age 00y. Int.
in SW 102-3 Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Parents lived at 907 Union Ave. Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, baby was born and died
at home attended by Dr. Karl Swenson of Portland.
No funeral was listed. The body was brought to
Vancouver. Charged to Mrs. Edward Gunter & Mrs.
Kernast. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gunter.
Ref: #3
HUDDLESON, INFANT
b. ?, d. Feb 1893 no cause of death was listed. age ?.
Int. 22 Feb 1893 SW 102 S/2 Line 11 (JAMES
WILLIAM CHARLETON). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3
SW 103
SW 103 All bought 1891 by Thruston Daniels
DANIELS, SARAH
b. 19 Jun 1824 New York, d. 11 May 1907
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, age 82y 11m
8d. Int. 13 May 1907 in SW 103 Line 10. [Clark
County 1900 Census lived with son Thurston
Daniels. She a widow (married ca 1847) to William
B. Daniels (1817-1894 buried in SE 117-3), they
came west to Layfette, Yamhill County, Oregon with
2 children and settled there where they had a
Donation Land Claim, then moved to St. Helens,
Columbia County, Oregon and in 1874 moved to
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory.
Charged Thurston Daniels. Other sons were W.
Byron, G. Herbert, and Horace G. Daniels. Parents
were named Mr. & Mrs. "Hall" and both born in
New Hampshire. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
DANIELS, THURSTON EDWARD
b. 10 Jul 1858 Yamhill County, Oregon, d. 8 Dec
1926 of angina pectoris, age 68y 4m 28d. Int. 13 Dec
1926 in SW 103 Line 10. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Married 1 Jun 1880 Mignon "Mollie" Miller (18611890). He was member of the Unitarium Church. He
was in Clark County 1900 Census and he was listed
as Lieutenant Governor of the State of Washington.
He owned his own home, and he was a printer by
trade - he apprenticed 6 months for the "Vancouver
Register" and then started the newspaper "Vancouver
Independent" with his brother “Bighorn” Daniel’s,
Reverend A.S. Nicholson and John Ginder. He finely
sold out his one-half interest to J.J. Beeson in 1877;
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in 1880 he went with the "Pacific Censor" newspaper
and in 1881 he established the newspaper
"Vancouver Register". In 1900 Thurston Daniels
served as Lt. Governor of the State of Washington
and was president of the California Oil Company at
time of his death he was living at the Lankersham
Hotel in Los Angeles California where he died
attended by Dr. George S. Von Wetelstoe of 520
West 7th St., Los Angeles, the remains were shipped
by the [RICHFIELD MORTUARY] 842 S. Figueora
to Hamilton Mortuary for funeral 13 Dec 1926 at
2:30 PM at the Unitarium Church 128 Salmon Ave.
Portland, Oregon. Ordered by nephew, Gilbert
Daniels (b. 1878-1974 wife was Vera Dudley) son of
George Hubert and Anna Daniels. Charged to
Thurston Daniels Jr. Medford, Jackson County
Oregon. Daughters were Mrs. Hazel Bessinger of Los
Angeles, California and Miss Mignon Daniels at the
Portland Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Parents were
William Byron Daniels 1817-1894 born in Ohio
and Sarah Hall (1824-1907 born in New York. Ref:
#2, #3, #4, #5 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
DANIELS, MIGNON "MOLLIE"
b. 17 Aug 1861 Oregon, d. 4 Sep 1890 of apoplexy,
age 29y 0m 18d. Int. in SW 103 Line 10 (has marker
"Beloved wife of Thurston Daniels. In remembrance
of born Aug 17, 1861 died Sep 4 1890. She crossed
the waters, with its swelling tide, and is beckoning us
from the other side." Married 1 Jun 1880 in
Vancouver to Thurston Edward Daniels (1858-1926).
She was a housewife and mother of (1) Thurston
Edward and Hazel Mollie Daniels, Parents were
named Mr. & Mrs. "Miller" probably both of them
born in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
DANIELS, MIGNON
b. Aug 1875 Michigan, d. Mar 1950, age 74y 7m.
The funeral and Int. 11 Mar 1950 in SW 103-1 Line
10.[ROSS HOLLYWOOD of Portland], Oregon. In
the Thurston Daniels plot. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #1, #3, #5.
MALONEY, FRANK C.
b. Aug 1871, d. Jan 1934 of heart failure, age 65y
6m. Int. 8 Jan 1934 in SW 103-7 Line 10. The
funeral was by [Mt. SCOTT FUNERAL HOMEPortland, Oregon]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #5.
MALONEY, LETTA JANE
b. 1864 Washington, d. 19 Feb 1955 of senility, age
90y. Int. 23 Feb 1955 in SW 103-4 Line 10 (has
marker). (GEORGE W. KNOX). The funeral was by
[A.J. ROSE & SON, Portland]. Parents were George
W. Knox (1820-1875 born Northumberland
County, Pennsylvania (son of James Knox (17881874 born in Northumberland County Pennsylvania
and married Sep 1813 Letetia Smith (1795-1878)
both died in Linn County, Oregon. The James Knox
family was in an 1845 Wagon Train with 5 children
including George Knox and settled in Linn County,
Oregon) and Jane T.....(1827-1901) born in
Indiana. Ref: #1, #3, #5, #6 (1880 Census) & #7
"The Brazen Overlanders of 1845" by Donna M.
Wojcik).
SW 104
SW 104 N/2 bought 1/22/1891 by W.L. Hudson
SW 104 S/2 bought 1882 by W.P. Hiddleson
JOHNSTON, GLENN LINCOLN
b. 11 Dec 1895 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 6 May 1918 of pulmonary TB, age
22y 4m 25d. Int. 8 May 1918 in SW 104-4 Line 9.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, clerk for Southern
Pacific RR. He lived at 1030 East 15th St. in North
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home
attended by Dr. George A. Buck who lived in the
Sargeant Hotel in Portland Oregon. The funeral was 8
May 1918 2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend E.W. Coffer. Charged to father William C.
Johnston. Parents were William C. Johnston and
Maude Taylor both born in Nova Scotia Province
Canada. Ref: #3, & #4.
HIDDLESON, D. MAY
b. 1863, d. 1934 no cause of death listed and no
records, age 71y. Int. in SW 104 S/2 Line 9. She was
married to W.P.Hiddleson. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3
HIDDLESON, CLAYBOURN
b. 1885, d. 21 Dec 1890 of diphtheria, age 5y. Int. 22
Dec 1890 in SW 104 S/2 Line 9.
(W.P.HIDDLESON) Parents were W.P. & H.E.
Hiddleson. Ref: #3
HIDDLESON, JUANITA
b. 1887, d. 14 Dec 1890, age 3y. Int. 15 Dec 1890 in
SW 104 S/2 Line 9. Parents were W.P. & H.E.
Hiddleson. Ref: #3
HIDDLESON, LILLIAN
b. 1879, d. 1882 no cause of death listed, age 3y. Int.
1882 in SW 104-1 S/2 Line 9. Parents were W.P. &
H.E. Hiddleson. Ref: #3
SW 105
SW 105 N/2 bought 12/13/1892 by John Johnson
SW 105 S/2 bought 4/3/1892 by C.M. Dieterich
JOHNSON, JOHN
b. 1823, d. 22 May 1898 no cause of death listed, age
75y. Int. 25 May 1898 SW 105 N/2 Line 8. He was
the widower of Sarah Johnson (1820-1893). They
had a son named Peter Johnson. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
JOHNSON, SARAH
b. 11 Mar 1820 Sweden, d. 9 Mar 1893 of apoplexy,
age 72y 11m 26d. Int. 11 Mar 1893 in SW 105 N/2
Line 8 (has marker "Happy soul who fear the Lord,
time is not too swift for you, when your savior gives
the word, gladly you'll bid the world adieu". She was
married to John Johnson (1823-1898), housewife.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
PAUL, EMMA BERTHA
b. 20 Oct 1871 Germany, d. 26 Jun 1921 of
carcinoma of the uterus and other complications, age
49y 8m 6d. Int. 28 Jun 1921 in SW 105-5 S/2 Line 8.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, a bookkeeper at the
Alaska Packing Company of Portland, a Luthern,
lived at Fruit Valley area of Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at the home of her sister,
Mrs. C.M. Dietrick of Fruit Valley after an illness of
about a year attended by Dr. A.W. Stevenson of
Vancouver. The funeral was 28 Jun 1921 2 PM at the
Luthern Church with Reverend Luther B. Deck.
Charged to C.M. Dietrich RT 3 Box 20 Vancouver,
Washington. NOTE:Miss Paul is survived by five
sister, Mrs. (Margaret) Clayton David Dietrick of
Vancouver, Mrs. L.L. Valentine and Mrs. W.H.
Harschberger, both of Chicago, Mrs. W.N. Neil of
San Francisco and Mrs. C.B. Miller of Grand Rapids,
Michigan. Parents were Fred Paul and Mary
Herman both born in Germany. Ref: #3, & #4.
SW 106
SW 106 All bought 9/10/1894 by William C. Johnson
JOHNSTON, JOHN A. B.
b. 13 Nov 1827 Sweden/Nova Scotia (according to
sons in 1900 Census), d. 20 Dec 1913 of
inflammatory rheumatism, age 86y 1m 7d. Int. 21
Dec 1913 in SW 106-2 Line 7 [KNAPP
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MORTUARY] (no marker-no record). He was a
widower of Ellen ( ) Johnson, retired merchant had
owned the Walnut Park Grocery 1047 Williams Ave.
in Portland, Oregon, a Baptist, lived at 1075
Cleveland Ave. Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, died at home attended by Dr. W.F. Hubbard
whose office was at 804 Morgan Bldg. Portland,
Oregon. The funeral was 21 Dec 1913 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend J.E. Snyder (Presbyterian)
of Portland. Pall bearers were J.W. Page, W.S.
Miller, Lowell M. Hidden, Adolph Lillie, T.R. Jarboe
and H.S. Bartow. Charged to William C. and A. L.
Johnston at above address (both sons listed in 1900 as
merchant and salesmen of groceries). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
JOHNSTON, ELLEN
b. 1827 Sweden, d. 21 May 1902 of heart failure. age
75y. Int. 23 May 1902 in SW 106 Line 7. (WILLIAM
C. JOHNSON) {his son}. She was married to John
A.B. Johnson (1827-1913). Parents were not listed.
Ref :#3
JOHNSTON, HAROLD
b. Jun 1894, d. 9 Sep 1894 of spinal trouble, age 3m.
Int. 10 Sep 1894 in SW 106 Line 7. (WILLIAM C.
JOHNSON). Parents were William C. (1864 Nova
Scotia) and Maude Taylor Johnson (1870 Novo
Scotia). Ref: #3
TAYLOR, ELIZA
b. 14 May 1836 Nova Scotia, Canada, d. 23 Jul 1913
of a cerebral hemorrhage 4 AM, age 77y 2m 9d. Int.
Jul 1913 in SW 106-4 Line 7. Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor
was disinterred 25 Oct 1916 from Vancouver City
Cemetery and her body sent 9 Nov 1916 via SP&S
RY to Shelburne Nova Scotia. The body was
accompanied by daughter Miss Harriet E. Taylor (b.
Nov 1860 Nova Scotia, Canada) of Portland. Eliza
Taylor is still listed in cemetery). Widow, housewife,
Baptist, (mother of Maud Johnson born Jul 1870
Nova Scotia wife of William C. Johnson, lived at 404
Church St. Portland Oregon, died at home attended
by Dr. L.C. McCable of Portland. Charges not listed.
Parents were Andrew Craigy White born in
Massachusetts and Eliza White born in Nova
Scotia. Ref: #3 & #4
SW 107
SW 107 N/2 bought 2/1894 by Esther Baker
BAKER, LAFAYETTE Sgt. *
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b. 1837, d. 20 Aug 1893 of consumption, age 56y.
Int. 21 Aug 1893 in SW 107 N/2 Line 6. (ESTHER
BAKER). He was married to Esther (McCollum
)Baker. They lived in Battle Ground, Clark County,
Washington. NOTE: She married (2) Charles H.
Forberg (1848-1925). Lafayette Baker was a retired
soldier Civil War Co. H. 1st Missouri Engineers.
Note: Lafayette Baker was not listed in any Clark
County Census. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
FORBERG, ESTHER (BAKER)
b. 25 Jun 1846 Missouri, d. 9 Oct 1927 of
arteriosclerosis, age 81y 3m 14d. Int. 12 Oct 1927 in
SW 107-4 N/2 Line 6. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Widow (1) Lafayette Baker, married (2) Sgt. Charles
H. Forberg (1848-1925 born in Maryland) buried in
Post Cemetery #734. She was a housewife, Christian,
lived at 815 "T" St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. William
C. Cass of Vancouver. Funeral 12 Oct 1927 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Dr.Herbert
F.Jones. Ordered and charged to the Baker
children:who were (1) John H., (2) William P. (3)
George W. (all born in Missouri), (4) Marietta, (5)
Alice, (6) Oscar and an (7) infant daughter 1 month
old the last four children born in Clark County,
Washington as listed in the Clark County 1880
Census. Parents were Perry McCollum and Mary
Englin both born in Kentucky. Ref: #3, #4, #6
Clark County Washington Territory 1880 & 1900
Census was Esther Forberg.
BAKER, INFANT
b. Sep 1908, d. Sep 1908 a stillborn baby, age 00y.
Int. 30 Sep 1908 in SW 107 N/2 Line 6. (ESTHER
BAKER). Parents were not listed, (Lafayette and
Ester Baker were the grandparents). Ref: #3
BEATTY, GEORGE MINTON
b. 9 Apr 1874 Washington Territory, d. 6 Feb 1976 of
heart failure, Clark County, Washington, age 101y
9m 28d. Int.in SW 107-2 S/2.Ashes. He was married
1 Feb 1902 to Maud Alberta Rinehart (1877-1963)
has marker. George Minton Beatty lived in the Fruit
Valley Area of Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, he was a farmer. The body was
cremated at the Mt. Scott Crematorium. Parents
were Thomas J. Beatty (Oct 1842-1 Nov 1920 born
in Illinois the son of George Beatty (1818-born in
Derry County Ireland and Adelaide ....(1810 - 31 Jul
1873 has marker in SE 8-1 Line 9 she was first
married to David Sturgess (who died in 1854 by
drowning at Frenchman's Bar in the Columbia River
and they were the parents of Mary Sturgess. Later
Adelaide ( ) Sturgess married the bachelor, George
Beatty) and Mary M. Sturgess (11 Aug 1851-15 Oct
1890 born in Clark County Washington Territory
daughter of David Sturgess and Adelaide. Therefore
Thomas Beatty and Mary Sturgess had the same
grandmother. Ref: #1, #3, & #4
BEATTY, MAUDE ALBERTA
b. Sep 1877 Oregon, d. 8 Mar 1963 heart disease. age
85y. Int. 14 Mar 1963 in SW 107-2 S/2. Wife of
George Minton Beatty. Parents were Albert C.
Rinehart and Ella Adelia. (Int. in SW 140-2 Line 5
(who was the daughter of Henry M. Knapp and
Rachel E. Fisher who are buried in Fisher Cemetery).
Ref:#1, #3.
RINEHART, CLARISSA J.
b. 12 Sep 1855, d. 29 Jul 1893, age 37. Int. 30 Jul
1893 in SW 107 S/2 Line 6. Has marker "Another
link is broken in our household band, but a chain is
forming in a better land." (ALBERT C.
RINEHART). First wife of Albert Corbett Rinehart.
Albert married (2) Ella Adelia (Knapp) Schwoebel.
Parents were Joseph Bone (1830 -1907 born in
Ohio) and his first wife Rachel (1839-1895) both
are buried in Brush Prairie Cemetery. Ref: #1, #2, &
#3.
SW 108
SW 108 N/2 bought 9/1898 by P. Watson
SW 108 S/2 bought 9/14/1897 by J.E. Price
JACKSON, MEREY JANE
b. 1872, d. 10 Sep 1898 of typhoid fever, age 26y.
Int. 11 Sep 1898 in SW 108 N/2. (P. WATSON).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
McDOWELL, HALLET
b. 24 Oct 1893, d. 31 Dec 1910 of TB, age 17y 2m
7d. Int. 2 Jan 1911 in SW 108 Row 5. [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (has marker). He was married, a
student, home address was not listed, died at St.
Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. John D. Scanlon of
Vancouver. The funeral was 2 Jan 1911 at the
Irvington Methodist Episcopal Church with Reverend
Berringen. Charged to E.W. McDowell of Mansfield,
Benton County, Washington. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
ALLEN, ROSCOE
b. 1890, d. 6 Mar 1905 of general disability, age 15y.
Int. in SW 108 Line 5. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3
PRICE, JOHN E.
b. Mar 1875 Kansas, d. 28 May 1914 of heart failure,
age 39y. Int. May 1914 in SW 108 S/2 line 5. He was
a day laborer, married to Esther ( ) Price born Feb
1880 Kansas. In the Clark County 1900 Census they
had daughter, Elsie Price (born Sep 1899
Washington). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6
(1900 Census).
SW 109
SW 109 N/2 bought 11/17 1898 by J.P.W. Andreson
SW 109 S/2 bought 1894 by Oscar Johnson
PRICE, ROLAND
b. 13 Sep 1898 Washington, d. 13 Sep 1898, age 1/2
hour. Int. 14 Sep 1898 in SW 109 S/2 Line 5. (J.E.
PRICE). Parents were probably Mr. & Mrs. J. E.
Price. Ref: #3.
ANDERSON, CHRIST P.
b. 1874, d. 21 Nov 1924 of heart failure, age 50y. Int.
in SW 109 N/2 Line 4. (J.P. ANDERSON). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, OSCAR
b. 19 Mar 1866 Illinois, d. 3 Jun 1936 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 70y 2m 14d. Int. 6 Jun 1936 in SW
109-3 S/2 Line 4. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married
to Alma Johnson (1876-1970 has marker next to
husband). He was a dock superintendent of the Port
of Vancouver in Vancouver, Washington, lived at
1907 Broadway St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. He died at the Clark County General
Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 6 Jun 1936 2:30 PM
at KNAPP CHAPEL with a B.P.O.E. burial assisted
by Reverend C.S. Mook of Vancouver. Ordered by
and charged to wife, Alma Johnson. Parents names
were not known but were born in Sweden. Ref: #3
JOHNSON, ALMA
b. 1876 Sweden, d. 4 Mar 1970 of heart disease, age
93y 8m. Int. 6 March 1970 in SW 109-3 Line 4 S/2.
Widow of Oscar Johnson (1866-1936). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3
JOHNSON, SIDNEY O.
b. 4 Dec 1896, d. 4 Nov 1898, age 1y 11m 30d. Int.
in SW 109 S/2 Line 4. Parents were Oscar Johnson
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(1866-1936) and Alma Johnson (1876-1970) both
buried in SW 109-3 Line 4. Ref: #3.
HANSON, INFANT
b. 25 Jun 1921 Clark County, Washington, d. 25 Jun
1921 a stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. 27 Jun 1921 in
SW 109-1 Line 4. (OSCAR JOHNSON). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 110
SW 110 N/2 bought 1898 H. Dierling
SW 110 S/2 bought 1892 by Nettie Dermatt
DIERLING, HENRY
b. Feb 1862 Germany, d. Apr 1948, age 86y 1m. The
funeral and Int. 21 Apr 1948 in SW 110 N/2 Ashes.
Widower to Pauline Dierling (1864-1948). A
naturalized citizen as of 1886. Owned his home in
1900. Parents were not listed but were born in
Germany. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
HANSEN, ELIZABETH
b. 14 Jan 1876, d. 15 Dec 1897 of consumption, age
20y 11m 1d. Int. 17 Dec 1897 in SW 110 S/2 Line 3.
(NETTIE DERMOTT). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SW 111
SW 111 N/2 bought 8/19/1897 by C.A. Rhodes
(1879SW 111 S/2 bought 1912 by John H. White
RHODES, ROBERT B.
b. 1812 Ohio, d. 14 Feb 1904 of cancer, age 92y. Int.
14 Feb 1904 in SW 111 N/2 Line 2.(CHARLES A.
RHODES). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
RHODES, JANE CLEMETINNE .
b. 1820, d. 24 Feb 1902 of old age, age 82y. Int. 25
Feb 1902 in SW 111 N/2 Line 2. Parents were not
listed, but were named "Teal or Peel". Ref: #3.
DIERLING, PAULINE
b. Aug 1864 Germany, d. 9 Apr 1948, age 83y 7m,
Int. Apr 1948 in SW 110 N/2 line 3. Naturalized
Citizen in 1886. She worked in the 1900 census in a
clothing house. She had four children all born in
Washington State:(1) Frieda b. Mar 1892, (2) Pauline
born Jun 1893, (3) Adolf (1895-1898) and (4) Alma
born Jan 1900. Parents were not listed but they
were born in Germany. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
RHODES, ROBERT A.
b. 28 Jun 1852, d. 23 Mar 1893 died in a railroad
accident, 40y 9m 25d. Int. 26 Mar 1893 in SW 111
N/2 Line 2. has marker "A precious one from us is
gone. A voice we loved is stilled. A place is vacant in
our home which never can be filled. God in his
wisdom has recalled the boon his love had given, and
though the body slumbers her, the soul is safe in
heaven".). Parents were Robert B. Rhodes and Jane
C.(Teal or Peal) Rhodes. Ref: #3.
DIERLING, ADOLF
b. 10 Sep 1895 Washington, d. 6 Jan 1898 of spinal
meningitis, age 3y 3m 26d. Int. 8 Jan 1898 SW 110
N/2 Line 3. Parents were Henry Dierling born Feb
1862 Germany-1948 and Pauline Dierling born in
Germany Aug 1864-1948. Ref: #3.
REYNOLDS, ELLEN
b. 7 Dec 1846 Texas, d. 20 May 1924 of an
obstruction of the bowels, age 77y 5m 13d. Int. 25
May 1924 in SW 111 N/2 Line 2 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (no marker-no record). Lived at 28
11th St. Vancouver, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 25 May 1924 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Luther D. Deck, Charged to
J.J. Brock and R.H. Reynolds. Parents were Robert
Rhodes born in Virginia and Jane C. Teal born in
Ohio. Ref: #3 & #4.
TEIDE, HENRY
b. 1841, d. 14 Feb 1912 of a probable heart failure,
age ca 69y. Int. Feb in SW 110-2. Line 3 (no markerno record). Single, a farmer, home address not listed,
died at Mr. Gregory's place in Glenwood area of
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington attended by
the Vancouver Coroner. No funeral was listed and no
clergy listed. Details: this man was found dead in bed
by Mr. Gregory at the latter house where he had been
staying for a few nights after he had been held up and
robbed. The man had no valuables on him. Charged
to Henry Duerling of 206 East 10th St. Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
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WHITE, BOSTON CORBETT
b. 12 Mar 1869, d. 14 Feb 1912 of nephrites, age 42y
11m 12d. Int. 18 Feb 1912 in SW 111-2 S/2 Row 2.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married, a saloon
keeper, home address not listed. Died at St. Joseph's
Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall. The funeral was
18 Feb 1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
R.G. Summertine and Reverend C.R.G. Poole.
Charge to Mrs. B.C. White. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 112
SW 112 N/2 bought ca 1896 by Kittitas County,
Washington
SW 112 S/2 bought 1901 by Napaleon Davis
DAVIS, MARY MARIAN
b. 1825, d. 13 Sep 1900 of dysentery, age 74y. Int.
Sep 1900 in SW 112 S/2 Line 1 (has marker
"Beloved wife of Alfred Davis. Died Sep 13 1900
Age 74 yrs. I shall know the loved who have gone on
before, and joyfully sweet will the meeting be. When
over the river, the peaceful river, The Angel of death
shall carry me. In my father's house are many
mansions". She was married to Alfred Davis.
Charged to son Napoleon Davis. Parents were Mr.
& Mrs. Webb. Ref: #3
DAVIS, NAPOLEON
b. 1848 Illinois, d. 6 Nov 1930 of apoplexy, age 82y.
Int. 8 Nov 1930 in SW 112-2 S/2 Line 1. [MILLERTRACEY Portland, Oregon]. Married (1) 17 Oct
1872 to Alzada Brezee (born about 1855 Washington
Territory. died 1874). He was a farmer in 1871 had
living with him Jane Boggs age 18 born in Illinois
and her children:(1) Alfred L. Boggs age 3 born in
Oregon and (2) Charles Boggs age 6 months born in
Washington Territory. He married (2) Irene Clark
Davis (1844-1934), 8 Apr 1875.of Portland, Oregon.
Parents were Alfred Davis and Mary Marian Webb
(1825-1900). Ref: #3.
DAVIS, IRENE CLARK
b. 1844 Ohio, 6 Jun 1934, age 90y. Int. 9 Jun 1934 in
SW 112 S/2 Line 1, [HAMILTON FUNERAL
HOME]. She was married 8 May 1875 in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington to Napoleon Davis,
housewife, she came over the Oregon Trail in 1854
as a ten year old girl with her father Reverend John
Jay Clark and step-mother, (married 9 Dec 1952 to
Elizabeth Van Atta) and the Van Atta family, her
father's brother Alvin Clark and father's sister,
Rosetta Long and their families. The funeral was by
HAMILTON CHAPEL. Parents were Reverand
John Jay Davis born 18 Jun 1815 in Redding,
Hamilton County, Ohio he was the son of John
Clark who was the son of John Clark born and Anna
Gibbs) and Mary Sweet (Gibbs) Rice (the daughter
of Truman Gibbs) she died in Sugar Grove, Mercer
County, Illinois about 1850. The Reverend John Jay
Davis (1815-1902) and Elizabeth Van Atta (18341891) are buried in Brush Prairie Cemetery in Clark
County, Washington (have markers). Ref: #1, #3, &
#4.
SW 113
SW 113 N/2 bought 10/24/1903 by P. Benton
SW 113 S/2 bought 1897 by C. Goodnight
BENTON, PARKER
b. Jul 1840/41 Kentucky, d. 23 Oct 1903 of heart
failure, age 61y. Int. Oct 1903 in SW 113 N/2 Line 1.
He was a carpenter, (his wife died before 1900 as he
was a widower in Clark County 1900 Census
Washington Census with a daughter Pansy born in
Jan 1885 age 15y, and son Albert born in Mar 1894,
age 6y both children born in Washington State. Wife
was not listed but was born in Nova Scotia according
to children's record). He was the owner of the lot.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
BENTON, ROSETTE
b. 1857 Illinois, d. 3 Jul 1928 of heart trouble, age
71y. Int. in SW 113 N/2 (has marker "His Wife")
(PARKER BENTON). The funeral was by
[MILLER-TRACEY of Portland]. Rosette was
probably the 2nd wife of Parker Benton who in the
1900 Census had no wife but did have one married
son (1) E.W. Benton (b. Apr 1875 in Washington
whose wife was Lizzie (b. Oct 1871 in Montana) and
two unmarried children (2) Pansy b. 1885 and (3)
Albert b. 1894 both born in Washington. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
BENTON, JESSE (MALE)
b. Jan 1893, d. 16 Sep 1904 of stomach trouble, age
11y 9m. Int. in SW 113 S/2 Line 1. Parents were
Parker Benton born 1840-1903 born in Kentucky
and Rosette (1857-1928) born in Illinois. Ref: #3.
LUTZ, EUNICE GRACE
b. 8 Aug 1911, d. 18 Jun 1913 cerebral spinal
meningitis, age 1y 10m 10d. Int. SW 113-2 S/2 Line
1 (no marker-record. She is listed as Emma Grace
Lantz). Child lived at 29th & "O" Sts., Vancouver
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. C.C.
Wilcox of Vancouver. There was no funeral and no
clergy. Charged to P.E. Gates. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Samuel Lutz of Jenkin Ontario Canada
mother's name was not listed. Ref: #3.
QUARNBERG, ROBERT WALTER
148
b. 10 Feb 1881 South Dakota, d. 14 Jun 1915 of TB.
age 34y, 4m 4d. Int. 16 Jun 1915 in SW 113-1 Line
1. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to Ida (Norgren)
Quarnberg (1881-1956 who is buried at Park Hill
Cemetery). Robert Quarnberg was a fruit grower, a
Baptist, and lived in the Fruit Valley area of
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. He died at
home attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. Funeral 16 Jun 1915 2:30 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Charles J. Waelate.
Charged to Mrs. Ida Quarnberg. Parents were James
E. Quarnberg & Elizabeth Erickson both born in
Sweden. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 114
SW 114 All bought 4/12/1899 by Edward J. Fuller
FULLER, MARTHA J.
b. 15 Sep 1844, d. 19 May 1899 of heart failure, 54y
8m 4d. Int. 23 May 1899 in SW 114 Line 2 (has
marker "She was a kind and affectionate wife, a fond
mother." Son was Edward J. Fuller. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
FULLER, EDWARD J.
b. 1872, d. 27 Sep 1922 of dropsy, age 50y. Int. 1 Oct
1922 in SW 114-4 Line 2. Parents were ....Fuller
and mother was Martha J. ( ) Fuller. Ref: #3.
FULLER, EFFIE ELLEN
b. ?, D. 16 Jul 1931 died of a gunshot wound, age ?.
Funeral and Int. 20 Jul 1931 in SW 114 Line 2
.(EDWARD J. FULLER).[P. FINNLEY & SON
Portland, Oregon]. Widow of Edward J. Fuller.
Parents were not listed, but were probably Jacob
and Lettie Legler. Ref: #3 & #5.
FULLER, PAUL J.
b. b. 15 Feb 1894, d. 12 Apr 1899 of meningitis, age
5y 1y 25d. Int. 13 Apr 1899 in SW 114 Line 2 (has
marker "How much of light, how much of joy is
buried with a darling boy." Parents were Edward J.
and Effie Ellen ( ) Fuller. Ref: #3.
LEGLER, LETTIE
b. Nov 1859, d. 19 May 1907 of dropsy (diabetes),
age 47y 6m. Int. 21 May 1907 in SW 114 Line 2 (has
marker "At Rest". [E.J. Fuller]. She was married to
Jacob Legler. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 115
SW 115 N/2 bought 1896 by Mrs. Edward R. Goheen
SW 115 S/2 bought 1897 by P Hontz
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GOHEEN, EDWARD RUFUS/RUPERT
b. 22 Nov 1833 Virginia, d. 28 Jul 1916 of mitral
insufficiency, age 82y 8m 6d. Int. 29 Jul 1916 in SW
115-3 N/2 line 3. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Note:(in
the 1900 Census he was married to Margaret b. Aug
1873 Indiana and her father was born in Kentucky
and her mother in West Virginia). He was a farmer
who owned 10 acres in the Sara area of (Vancouver),
Clark County, Washington. He died at home attended
by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral 29
Jul 1916 10 AM at home with Reverend A.
Vanderhide of Woodland. Charged to son-in-law
John M. Huff of Vancouver. The bill was paid by
Joshua D. Miller. Parents were not listed but both
were born in Virginia. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
MILLER, WILLIAM M.
b. 1853, d. 11 Jun 1899 of liver failure, age 46y. Int.
13 Jun 1899 in SW 115 N/2 (no marker). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
MILLER, MARIAN W.
b. 17 Sep 1852, d. 11 Jun 1899, age 47y 3m 6d. Int.
in SW 115 N/2 Line 3. (has marker "Though thou art
gone, Fond Memory Clings to thee." She was the
wife of William M. Miller, Note: both she and her
husband died the same day. Parents were not listed,
she may be the daughter of Edward R. and Margaret
Goheen. Ref: #3 & #4.
MILLER, JOSHUA D.
b. 23 Nov 1856 Iowa, d. 19 Oct 1918 no cause was
listed, age 61y 10m 26d. Int. 22 Oct 1918 in SW 115N/2 -2 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, a farmer, a
Christian, lived in Sara area of Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
A.W. Stevenson of Vancouver. The funeral was 22
Oct 1918 2:30 PM at grave site with Reverend A.D.
Skaggs of the Battle Ground Christian Church and
the Felida I.O.O.F. has marker is in same plot as
Marian W. Miller (1852-1899) and Edward R.
Goheen (1834-1916). Charged to Hoff & Goheen.
Parents were J. H. Miller and Margaret Hardman
both born in Indiana. Ref: #3 & #4
HORATZ, INFANT
b. Jun 1899 Washington, d. 24 Mar 1900 of
pneumonia, age 9m. Int. 25 Mar 1900 in SW 115 S/5
Line 3. Parents were Peter Horatz born Jan 1844
Wisconsin, (a farmer, owned 125 acres of land) and
Susan A. Horatz born Aug 1870 Oregon. Ref: #3 &
#6 (1900 Census).
SW 116
SW 116 N/2 bought 2/20/1899 by C.W. Philbrick
SW 116 S/2 bought by Valentine S. Augee
AUGEE, VALENTINE S.
b. 25 Dec 1832 Pennsylvania, d. 19 Apr 1930 of
senility, age 97y 3m 24d. Int. 22 Apr 1930 in SW
116-2 S/2 Line 4 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (has
marker but name difficult to read.) Permit #33a
signed by Dr. George H. Sparky. Widower of Lydia
Augee (d. 6 Feb 1899 has grave next to husband),
Valentine Augee lived with his daughter, Mrs. Emma
Cox, at 1009 East 29th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington he had previously lived at St. Johns area
of Vancouver, died at home attended by Dr. H.J.
Flinn of the Medical Arts Bldg., Vancouver. Funeral
22 Apr 1930 2 PM at KNAPP Chapel with Reverend
Ross Dustin. Ordered by sons:(1) Joseph D., (2)
Frank W. of Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
(Orchards area) and (3) Charles Augee of Chehlais,
Lewis County, Washington and a daughter, (4) Mrs.
Emma Cox of Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
who was the Administrator. Parents were Valentine
Augee born in Germany and mother's name not
known, she was born in Pennsylvania. Ref: #3 &
#4
AUGEE, LYDIA
b. 1832, d. 4 Feb 1899, age 67y. The funeral and Int.
6 Feb 1899 in SW 116 S/2 Line 4. She was married
to Valentine S. Augee (1832-1930), lived in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (St. Johns
area), died at her home. She is survived by her
husband, Valentine S. Augee and three children.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
ANDRESEN, CHRIST B.
b. ?, d. 26 Nov 1924, age ? Int. in SW 116 Line 4.
(Record is missing) Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
ANDRESEN, HANS JEPSEN
b. 13 Dec 1866, d. 31 Jul 1898 of peritonitis, age 31y,
7m 18d. Int. in SW 116 Line 4. (has marker "Gone
but not forgotten". (J.P.W. ANDRESEN). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
BRADDOCK, JOHN
b. 1855, d. 4 May 1895 died of exposure, age 39y
11m. Int. 14 May 1895 in SW 116 S/2 Line 4. (Mrs.
J. Braddock).[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married. His body was found 7 May 1895 after being
lost in the mountains. (Ref:Vancouver City Cemetery
records) NOTE: Another entry (may be the same
person) is for a J.J. Braddock b. 20 Jan 1855-6 d. Jan
1894 buried in SW 176-1 Line 1 (has marker "Gone
but not forgotten"). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
PHILBRICK, C.W. (MALE)
b. 2 Mar 1815 ? Maine, d. 28 Mar 1907 of kidney
failure, age 92y 26d. Int. 29 Mar 1907 in SW 116 N/2
Line 4. (J.T. BOWELES). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
PHILBRICK, ELLEN
b. 1846, d. 19 Feb 1899, age 53y. Int. 21 Feb 1899 in
SW 116 N/2 Line 4 (has marker "In Remembrance of
Ellen Philbrick Died 19 Feb 1899 - Age 53 years. In
after time we'll meet her." Married to C.W. Philbrick.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 117
SW 117 All bought 12/21/1897 by A.A. Quarmberg
QUARNBERG, ANDREW J.
b. 19 May 1821 Sweden, d. 20 Dec 1897, age 76y 6m
23d, Int. in SW 117 Line 5. Andrew J. Quarnberg
was a farmer, married to Anna J. Quarnberg (18261906), lived in Clark County, Washington, died in
Clark County, Washington. He bought Plot SW 117
for the burial of his family. NOTE: In 1869 the
Andrew Anderson Quarnberg family emigrated from
the Province of Dalarne, Sweden to Clay County
South Dakota and settled on a homestead. Andrew
and his wife, Anne, came to live in Vancouver,
Washington to be near their oldest son, Parents were
not listed, but were born in Sweden. Ref: #3.
QUARNBERG, ANNA J.
b. 22 Jan 1826 Sweden, d. 31 Mar 1906, age 80y 2m
9d. Int. in SW 117 Line 5 (ANDREW J.
QUARNBERG). Widow of Andrew J. Quarnberg
(1821-1897), housewife, lived in Clark County,
Washington, died in Clark County, Washington.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
QUARNBERG, MARGUERITE
b. 21 Apr 1866 Province of Dalarne, Sweden, d. 17
Jan 1909 no cause was listed, age 42y 8m 27d. Int.
Jan 1909 in SW 117 Line 5. Single, lived and died in
Clark County, Washington. Parents were Andrew A.
and Anna J. Quarnberg. Ref: #3.
QUARNBERG, BERTHA
150
b. 9 Jan 1869 Sweden, d. 21 Jan 1914 of pulmonary
TB, age 45y 0m 12d. Int. 23 Jan 1914 in SW 117-4
Line 5. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She came to the
United States in 1869 from Sweden with her parents,
her brother Andrew A. and her sister Christine (who
later married Joseph Connon). The family first
located in Clay County South Dakota and lived in a
sod house. Later they moved to Chicago, Illinois and
then to Clark County, Washington. She was single, a
dressmaker. Died at the Open Air Sanitorium located
in Milwaukee, Multnomah, Oregon, attended by Drs.
R.C. & R.W. Matson (Corbett Bldg. Portland,
Oregon). Funeral 23 Jan 1914 at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Welthe. Charged to her brother,
Andrew A. Quarnberg (1849-1933) of Vancouver.
Note:She also had a brother Hans Quarmberg of
South Dakota. Parents were Andrew J. Quarnberg
(1821-1897) and Anna J. (1826-1906) Quarnberg
both born in Sweden as were there parents. Ref:
#2, #3 & #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
Hudson Bay Company employee. He helped build
the 2nd Fort Boise and Fort Hall for Hudson Bay Fur
Traders. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1871 Census).
QUARNBERG, RUTH ELIDA
b. 8 Apr 1892 Washington, d. 9 Aug 1918 of
pulmonary TB, age 26y 4m 1d. Int. 14 Aug 1918 in
SW 117 Line 12. Parents were Andrew Anderson
(1849-1933) born in Sweden and Lydia M. Norelius
(1858-1909) born in Sweden. Ref: #1, #3
CORMAN, EDITH JANETT
b. 30 Jan 1900, d. 22 Mar 1915 of pulmonary TB, age
14y 8m 22d. Int. 24 Mar 1915 in SW 118-2 S/2 Line
6. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single, student, lived at
RD #3 (Felida area) Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. He died at home attended by Dr.
Charles E.B. Flagg of Vancouver. The funeral was 24
Mar 1915 at the Felida Union Church with Reverend
Thomas F. May, Charge to father Frank Corman RD
#3 Vancouver Washington. Parents were Frank
Corman born in Michigan and Margaret E. Woolf
in Iowa. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 118
SW 118 N/2 bought 1897 by Melvina (DuPuis)
Jewell
SW 118 S/2 bought 4/25/1896 by Frank Corman
JEWELL, TROBRIDGE R. (JOHN)
b. 24 Dec 1841, d. 19 Apr 1897 of apoplexy, age 55y
3m, 26d. Int. 20 Apr 1897 in SW 118 Line 6 (has
marker "A light from our household is gone. A voice
we loved is stilled. A place is vacant in our heart that
never can be filled. Married 2 Feb 1872 Melvina
DuPuis (1849-1919). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
JEWELL, MELVINA
b. 1849 Canada/Illinois (1871 Census), d. 1919, age
70y. Int. in SW 118 Line 6 (has marker "Mother").
She was married 2 Feb 1872 to John H. Jewell or
Trobridge R. Jewell. Parents were Nicholas Joseph
DuPuis (31 Mar 1815-1897 born in L'Acadie,
Quebec, Canada and married 6 Feb 1837 Julenne
Modeste Demers (1820-1905 Canada) both buried in
St. James Acres Cemetery plot 145. They came over
the Oregon Trail in 1859. Nicholas was a pioneer
adventurer, trapper, wagon builder, shoe cobbler and
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HEUSTES, SARAH M.
b. 1849, d. 17 Apr 1919 of TB, age 70y. Int. 21 Apr
1919 in SW 118-2 Line 6. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
CORMAN, LEWIS TERRY
b. Aug 1895 Washington, d. Apr 1896, age 9m. Int.
26 Apr 1896 in SW 118 S/2 Line 6. Parents were
Frank Corman born Sep 1863 in Michigan (1900
Census was a raftsman and rented his home) and
Margaret (Maggie) E. Woolf born Mar 1872 in
Iowa (probably the daughter of Peter Woolf and
Margaret C. Harsh. Frank and Margaret Corman also
had a son Clyde (b. Feb 1894) and a daughter Edith
Janett (1900-1915) both born in the State of
Washington). Ref: #3.
ALSOP, INFANT
b. 3 Nov 1918 Washington, d. 3 Nov 1918 of a
premature birth, age 00y. Int. 5 Nov 1918 in SW 118
Line 6. (Mrs. MELVINA DuPUIS JEWELL).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 119
NORELIUS, MATHIAS
b. 30 Aug 1881 Washington, d. 25 Dec 1900 in Clark
County, Washington, age 19y 3m 26d. Int. Dec 1900
in SW 119 Line 7. Charged to father Nathaniel
Norelius. Parents were Nathaniel Norelius born in
Oct 1859 Sweden a farmer owned 5 acres (1900
Census) and Anna Norelius born Jul 1868 Sweden.
Ref: #3
NORELIUS, JOHN E.
b. 4 Apr 1857 Sweden, d. 24 Jun 1923 of dropsy
(diabetes), age 66y 2m 20d. Int. in SW 119 Line 7
(Removed to Park Hill Cemetery A 376-1.
[HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME]. He was married
to Anna Norelius (who was buried in Park Hill
Cemetery A 376-1), horticulturist, lived at 3416
Kauffman Ave., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. C.C.
Wilcox of Vancouver. Funeral 26 Jun 1923 2 PM at
Hamilton Chapel with Reverend John C. Wetterholm.
Charged to wife Anna Norelius. Parents were
Mathias Norelius born Aug 1831 and Margarite
White both were born in Sweden. Ref: #3 & #4.
NORELIUS, EPHRIAM A.
b. 31 Aug 1862 Sweden, d. 25 Dec 1934 of
carcinoma of the stomach age 72y 3m 24d. Int. 29
Dec 1934 in SW 119-1 Line 7. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Single, a tinner and painter. Lived at
3501 Kauffman Ave., died at the Clark County
General Hospital attended by Dr. A.W. Armstrong of
Vancouver. The funeral was 29 Dec 1934 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Raymond Rees of
Vancouver. Ordered by and charged to Ray and
Lydia Steiger (his niece). Ephriam A. Norelius was a
brother to Emanuel Norelius and uncle to Mrs. C.J.
Moss, Mrs. George......, Mrs. Ray Stegier and Mrs.
Brent Cathupin. Parents were Mathias Norelius and
Margurite White both born in Sweden. Ref: #3 &
#4.
NORELIUS, JOHN OSWALD
b. 20 May 1911, d. 22 Jan 1912 of scarlet fever and
endocarditis age 8m 2d. Int. 23 Jan 1912 in SW 1193 Row 7. [HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME]. Note:
Mary Norelius 1855-1916 is buried in same grave.
Lived on Kauffman Ave., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. J.M.P.
Chalmers of Vancouver. The funeral 23 Jan 1912 was
at home with Reverand C.R.B. Poole. Charge to John
E. Norelius of Kauffman Ave., Vancouver
Washington. Parents were John E. Norelius (18571923) and Anna ( ) Norelius. Ref: #3 & #4.
NORELIUS, MARY
b. 2 Jun 1855 Sweden, d. 2 Sep 1916 of diabetes, age
61y, 3m, 0d, Int. 5 Sep 1916 in SW 119-3 Line 7.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single (divorced), the
spinster-sister to "Mat" Norelius and in the 1900
Census lived with the Mathias Norelius family. Lived
on Kauffman Ave. in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. She died near Etna, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. Robert Grant Black of
Vancouver. The funeral was 5 Sep 1916 10 AM at
KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged to Mat (Mathias) and
John E. Norelius (1857-1913), Vancouver. Father
was Mathias Norelius and Margaret White both
born in Sweden. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
NORELIUS, ANITA E.
b. 4 Jan 1864 Sweden, d. 30 Nov 1893 in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, age 29y 10m 26d. Int.
Dec 1893 in SW 119-5 Line 7 . Parents were
Mathias Norelius and Margarite White both born
in Sweden. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census.)
FLICK, OLLIE/ALLIE
b. May 1854 Lewis County New York, d. after 1900.
Int. in SW 119 Line 3. She was married in 1873
Jeremiah "Jerry" D. Flick (who was born 8 Apr 1848
Union County Pennsylvania - d. after 1900. Jeremiah
Flick was a Civil War Vet 7th Pennsylvania. Calvary
- not found buried in a Clark County Cemetery;
Jeremiah may have had a brother, John Phillip Flick
(1949-1920), who lived and is buried in Hamilton,
Skagit County, Washington, and died 24 Mar 1920 in
Ridegfield,Clark County, Washington. The Jeremiah
Flicks arrived in Clark County Washington in 1890
from South Dakota and bought 10 acres of land and
planted an orchard eventially increased it to 30 acres.
They had a total of four children. Parents were not
listed but were both born in New York. Ref: #3.
FLICK, E. PAULINE
b. ca 1888 South Dakota, d. 5 Feb 1900 of a spinal
disease, age 22y. Int. 8 Feb 1900 in SW 119 Line 3.
(M.M. NORELIUS). Parents were Jeremiah D.
Flick (1848- born in Pennsylvania and Ollie/Allie (
) Flick born 1854 in New York. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
MORLINE, NATHANIEL M.
b. 1820, d. 25 Dec 1900 of paralysis, age 80y. Int. 27
Dec 1900 in SW 119 (no marker). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
SW 120
SW 120 All bought 7/12/1892 by Amos F. Shaw
SHAW, AMOS F. *
b. 14 Jan 1839 New Hampshire, d. 16 May 1898 of
heart disease, age 59y 4m 2d. Int. May 1898 in SW
120 Line 8 (has marker. "I cannot say I will not say,
that he is dead; he is just away with a cheery smile
and wave of the hand and left us dreaming how very
fair it need must be since he lingers there). He was
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married to Josephine Elizabeth Moulin (1846-1927
born in Iowa, both were teachers. Amos Shaw served
in the Territorial Legislature in 1860 as representive
from Clay County, South Dakota. On 2 Jun 1862 he
enlisted as a Private in Company A of the Dakota
Cavalry until June 2, 1865, after returing home to
Clay County, South Dakota he was elected Sheriff. In
1881 the family settled in the Fruit Valley area of
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington and cleared
land for a prune orchard. Later they returned to Sioux
Falls, South Dakota when Amos was employed as the
warden of the South Dakota State Penitentiary. In the
early 1890's they returned to Clark County
Washington and resumed living at Fruit Valley
orchard. During the next few years Amos was
Speaker of the House at the Washington State
Legislature and was also surveyor general of the
State. The Shaws were members of the Methodist
Episcopal Church. Note: His child was Agnes A.
Shaw (1873-1963) who married Clarence Atwood
Atkinson they are Int. in NE 11-2 Line 6. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #2, #3. #4.
SHAW, JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH
b. 20 Nov 1846 Iowa, d. 11 Mar 1927 of broken hip,
heart failure and senility, age 80y 3m 21d. Int. 13
Mar 1927 in SW 120 line 8. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Widow of Amos F. Shaw (18401898), she was a Methodist, a housewife and a school
teacher. Lived with daughter Mrs. Clarence (Agnes
1873-1963) Atkinson at 311 West 25th St.,
Vancouver, Washington. Died at St. Joseph Hospital
in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington attended by
Dr. Jo Bennett Blair of Vancouver. The funeral was
13 Mar 1927 2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend Dr. Francis A. La Violette. Ordered by and
charged to daughters Agnes Athinson, Mrs.
Quarnberg, and estate % L. Schaffer (Atty). Parents
were Joseph Moulin born in France and Sarah
Goudy born in Ohio who is Int. in SW 148 S/2 with
her son and daughter. Ref: #2, #3 & #4.
SHAW, FRANK "FRANKIE"
b. 13 Jul 1877 South Dakota, d. 8 Aug 1892 of
consumption, age 15y 26d, Int. 5 Aug 1892 in SW
120 Line 8. Parents were Amos F. Shaw (18391898) and Josephine Elizabeth Moulin (1846-1927)
Ref: #2, #3.
SW 121
SW 121 N/2 bought 11/7/1893 by Lizzie Earl
SW 121 S/2 bought 1875/1892 by John A. Maitland
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EARL, JESSIE
b. Oct 1893, d. 5 Nov 1893 of indigestion, age 1
month. Int 7 Nov 1893 in SW 121 N/2 Line 9.
Parents were .... Earl and mother was Lizzie Earl.
Ref: #3.
TATTIN, NELSON
b. (?), d. Aug 1889, Int. 5 Aug 1889 in SW 121 N/2
Line 9. (Lizzie Earl). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
MAITLAND, ELLEN
b. 1857, d. 23 Oct 1890 of cancer, age 33y. Int. 29
Oct 1890 in SW 121 S/2 Line 9. (has marker
"Mother"). (Pvt. JOHN W. MAITLAND who is Int.
17 Oct 1931 in Post Military Cemetery #966). She
was married to John W. Maitland. Her sister Ida
(Pike) Pender was married to John Pender. Parents
were not listed, but were named “Pike” father was
born in New York and mother was born in
Michigan. Ref: #3.
WENDLICK, ALBERTIE
b. 5 Jun 1881 Michigan, d. 7 Sep 1913 of pulmanary
TB at 10:45 AM, age 32y 3m 2d. Int. 18 Sep in SW
121-2 S/2 Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
widow (?Paul Wendlick)(1851- ?), a domestic, lived
at the Savoy 110 W. 8th St. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington (in 1900 Census she was living
with the John J. Pender and his wife Ida (Maitland)
Pender. She died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall. The funeral was 10 Sep 1913 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Thomas F. May. Charged to
J.W. Maitland at Washington State Soldiers Home,
Orting Washington. Parents were John W. Maitland
born in New York and Ellen Pike Maitland (185723 Oct 1890 ) born in Michigan. Ref: #3, #4 & #6
(1880,1900 Census).
SW 122
SW 122 All bought 1890 by Mary E. Schofield
SCHOFIELD, NICHOLAS
b. 19 Apr 1838 Ireland, d. 27 Apr 1897 with dropsy
(diabetes) and blood poisoning and from a sever
attact of influenza, age 59y 0m 9d. Int. 30 Apr 1897
in SW 122 Line 10. He operated a general
merchandise establishment and a brickyard. He was
one of the leading merchants in early Vancouver.
Nicholas Schofield had emigrated to the United
States as a young man and in 1861 and came to
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory.
Nicholas married in 1863 one of his employees, Mary
Elizabeth (Smith) Miller, a widow, and a Catholic as
he was. Nicholas had been in poor health for several
months pior to his death, no doctor was listed. The
funeral was at St. James Catholic Church. Parents
were not listed but they both born in Ireland. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1871,1880 & 1890 Census).
SCHOFIELD, MARY ELIZABETH MILLER
b. 10 Oct 1821 born in Wein Germany, d. 7 Nov
1902 of heart failure,age 81y 0m 28d. Int. in SW 122
Line 10. She was Catholic, married to (1) Frederick
Miller who was born in Prussia (1826-1863). They
came to the America when she was 26 years old and
by 1855 they had settled in Vancouver, Washington
Territory; she had four children by him; (a) Charlotte
b. 1851 (b) John Miller (1855-1960) Int. St. James
Acrers Cemetery 112/5 with his father; (c) Catherine
(Kate) Miller [17 Feb 1856-6 Jun 1892 born in
Vancouver , Clark County, Oregon Territory married
Thomas J. O'Neil [25 Dec 1845-21 Nov 1924 (they
are buried at St. James Acres Cemetery plot 112];
and (d) Mary Miller born ca 1862 in Vancouver.
Mary Elizabeth (Smith) Miller married in 1863 (2)
Nicholas Schofield (1838-1897) and had a son, (e)
Edward Richard Schofield (1864-May 1920). Mary
Elizabeth Schofield died in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington. Edward Schofield married
Mary Elizabeth Conboie (1876-1954) and May
Elizabeth work before she was married for Nicholas
Schofield and had been for several years in charge of
the store at 6th St. and Main in Vancouver where she
sold a large selection of women's and children
clothing, shoes, groceries and household items.When
she died in November 1902 she had considerable
property to leave to their only surviving child.
Parents were named "Smith". Ref: #3, & #6
(1871,1880 & 1900 Census).
SCHOFIELD, EDWARD RICHARD
b. 17 Oct 1864 Vancouver, Clark County Washington
Territory - he was a Washington Pioneer, d. 8 Jun
1920 11:30 AM of fatty degeneration of the heart,
age 55y 7m 21d. Int. 11 Jun 1920 in SW 122-4 Line
10. He died near the corner of 3rd and Washington
Sts. in Portland, Multinomah County, Oregon
attended by Coroner Dr. Zeigler of Portland. Edward
and his wife, Mary Elizabeth, lived at 901 West 10th
St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. He was
married 7 Feb 1907 in Vancouver to Mary Elizabeth
Conboie (1876-1954). Edward Schofield was a
capitalist, a member of the City Council for 11 years
and was Mayor of the City of Vancouver, he was the
secretary for the volunteer fire department for 25
years. During WWI he was secretary of the Home
Missions section of the American Red Cross and later
was made trustee of that section, member of St. Luke
Episcopal Church. The funeral was 11 Jun 1920 2
PM at the Vancouver Elks Temple. Charged to wife
Mary E. Schofield. Parents were Nicholas Scofield
(1838-1897) in Ireland and Mary Smith (18211902) in Germany. Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6 (1871, 1880
Census).
SCHOFIELD, MARY ELIZABETH
b. Oct 16 1876 San Francisco, San Francisco,
California, d. 2 Sep 1954, age 77y 10m, 15d. Int. 2
Feb 1954 in SW 122-5 Line 10. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow, (married 7 Feb
1907 in Vancouver, Washington to Edward Richard
Schofield), she was a business woman and was the
first women made a bank director in the State of
Washington), housewife, died in California, remains
were sent to KNAPP MORTUARY in Vancouver,
Washington for burial. Parents were George
Conboie and Elizabeth Smith. Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6
(1900 Census).
SW 123
SW 123 All bought 5/25/1892 by William Miller
JENNY, ZETA MILLER (CAPLES)
b. 3 Jun 1893 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 13 Jun 1920 of TB, age 27y 0m 10d. Int. 15 Jun
1920 In SW. 123-5 Line 11 [KNAPP MORTUARY]
(has marker "Miller, Zeta E. Jenny (1893-1920"). She
was married to T. J. Jenny (may have been
Pfc.Thomas Jenny Air Service WWI (25 Jan 1890-11
Jan 1973 buried at Washougal Cemetery Plot 22), a
housewife, a Baptist, lived at 2409 Kauffman Ave.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Robert G. Black of Vancouver. The
funeral was 15 Jun 1920 2:30 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend A. W. Darby. Charged to
husband T. J. Jenny at home. Parents were William
M. Miller born in Oregon Int (1869-1896 SW 123
line 11) and Louella Princess Woolf (1870-1951).
NOTE: She married as his second wife Douglas
Caples Jr. (1900- and had two children by him (Int. in
SE 99-2 Line 14). Ref: #2, #3, #4 #6 (1900 Census).
MILLER, SYLVESTER
b. 1896 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, d. 8
Oct 1899 of TB of the brain. Int. 9 Oct 1899 in SW
123 Line 11. Parents were William Miller born in
Oregon and Louella Princess Woolf born in Iowa.
Ref: #3
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MILLER, HARLE MAY (MALE)
b. 24 May 1892, d. 25 May 1892, age 1 day. Int. 25
May 1892 SW 123 Line 11. Parents were William
Miller born in Oregon and Louella Princess Woolf
born in Iowa. Ref: #3.
SW 124
SW 124 N/2 bought 1890 by Lawrence W. Scott
SW 124 S/2 bought before 1889 by Willis Corman
MOORE, VALENTINE (MALE)
b. 12 Feb 1908, d. 12 Feb 1908 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. 12 Feb 1908 in SW 124 Line 12. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Parents lived at 704 E. 17th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, baby died at
home attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 12 Feb 1908; the clergy
was not listed. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. J. N.
Moore. Ref: #3 & #4.
SCOTT, LAWRENCE/GEORGE W.
b. 12 Mar 1848 Wisconsin, d. 3 Jun 1925 of
bronchial pneumonia, age 77y 2m 21d. Int. 7 Jun
1925 in SW 124-5 Line 12. [KNAPP
MORTUARTY]. He was the widower of Frances
Scott (1848-1921), he was a retired carpenter, a
Presbyterian, lived with daughter, Mrs. Jennie
Hopkins in Seattle, King County, Washington, died
at home in Seattle no doctor was listed. The funeral
was 7 Jun 1925 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend L.E. Worsham. Charged to daughter Mrs.
Jennie Hopkins (William Hopkins) of Seattle,
Washington. Note:their 5 children died several days
apart in 1889. Parents were Mathew Henry Scott
and Jane Baldwick both born in Scotland. Ref: #3,
#4 & #6 (1900 Census (named George W. Scott).
SCOTT, FRANCES
b. 1848 England, d. 4 Jun 1921 Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died of senility, age 73y. Int.
Jun 1921 in SW 125 Line 12 (has marker "At Rest").
She was the wife of Lawrence/George W. Scott
(1848-1925) born in Scotland who has a marker next
to wife). Ordered by and charged to husband
Lawrence/George W. Scott. Parents were not listed;
but both were born in England and brought their
family to the United States in 1850. Ref: #3, & #6
(1900 Census).
SCOTT, ANNIE "BONNIE"
b. 1877, d. 1889 Vancouver of measles in Clark
County, Washington, age 12y. Funeral 30 Jun 1889.
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Int. 30 Jun 1889 in SW 124 Line 12. Parents were
Lawrence/George W. and Frances ( ) Scott. Ref:
#3.
SCOTT, FREDERICK
b. 1883, d. 1 Jul 1889 of diptheria in Vancouver
Clark County, Washington, age 6y. Int. 1 Jul 1889 in
SW 124 Line 12. Parents were Lawrence/George
W. and Frances ( ) Scott. Ref: #3.
SCOTT, JAMES EDSON
b. 2 Apr 1904, d. 21 Aug 1904, age 4m 19d, died of
bowel trouble, Int. 22 Aug 1904 in SW 124 N/2 Line
12. Parents were Lawrence George W. and Frances
( ) Scott. Ref: #3.
SCOTT, LAURIE
b. 1879, d. 29 Jun 1889 of measles in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, age 10y. Int. 29 Jun 1889
in SW 124 N/2. Parents were Lawrence George W.
and Frances ( ) Scott. Ref: 3 & #6 (1900 Census.)
SCOTT, MATTHEW
b. 1881, d. 26 Jun 1889 of measles in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, age 8y. Int. 27 Jun 1889
in SW 124 N/2. Parents were Lawrence/George W.
and Frances ( ) Scott. Ref: #3.
CORMAN, JOSIE H.
b. 1863, d. 9 Apr 1892 of pneumonia, age 28y. Int.
Apr 1892 in SW 124 S/2 Line 12. (WILLIAM
CORMAN). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. William
Corman. Ref: #3.
CORMAN, WILLIS
b. 1857, d. 25 Jun 1889 of an accident, age 32y. Int.
26 Jun 1889 in SW 124 S/2 Line 12. (WILLIAM
CORMAN). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. William
Corman. Ref: #3.
HOPKINS, WALTER
b. 1904, d. 14 Dec 1906 of exposure, age 2y. Int. 19
Dec 1906 in SW 124 N/2 Line 12. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
McKEE, CHARLES WESTLEY
b. 4 Nov 1876 Lapeer County. Michigan, d. 17 Jul
1890 when was hit on the head with a baseball and
also had a sore throat, 13y 8m 13d. Int. 18 Jul 1890 in
SW 124 Line 12. Parents were William Sylvester
McKee (b.1849 Ontario, Canada and Mary
Elizabeth Galloway (b.5 Aug 1855 Simcoe County,
Ontario, Canada. Ref: #2, #3.
SW 125
SW 125 all bought 1875/1892 by F/H.E. Morrison
YOUNG, KATTARINA
b. 1886, d. 17 Sep 1889 of congestion of the bowels,
age 3y. Int. 18 Sep 1889 in SW 125 Line 13. Parents
were George Henry & Katherine Young. Ref: #3
MORRISON, AUGUSTA CAROLINE
b. 14 Aug 1866 Germany, d. 24 Jul 1927 of angina
pectoris, age 60y 11m 10d. Int. 26 Jul 1927 SW 1255 Line 13.[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married
to Fred E. Morrison (1856-1941), a housewife, lived
at 600 West 26th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Ziener of
Vancouver. The funeral was 26 Jul 1927 2:30 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend C.M. Cline.
Ordered by and charged to husband Fred E.
Morrison. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
WILSON, E. BELLE
b. 1885, d. 1925, age 40y. Int 1925 in SW 125 Line
2. (no record). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
WILSON, SUSAN CAROL
b. Mar 1940 Washington, d. 22 Jul 1947 by
drowning, age 7y 4m. Int. Jul 1947 in SW 125-2 Line
2 (has marker "Daughter". (W. SANDERSON)
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SW 126
SW 126 All bought 2/12/1880 by Charles H. Ramsey
RAMSEY, CHARLES H.
b. 19 Dec 1860, d. 27 Oct 1888 of dropsey (diabetes),
age 27y 10m 8d. Int. 29 Oct 1888 in SW 126 N/2
Line 14 (has marker "O'Twill be sweet to meet on
that blest shore. All sorrow passed all pain forever
o'er". He was married to Rebecca Ann Gilliham
Ramsey (the daughter of Martin Gilliham). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #1 & #3.
RAMSEY, REBECCA ANN
b. Nov 1863 Tennessee, d. 19 Sep 1947, age 84y
10m. Int. 22 Sep 1947 in SW 126-2 Line 14. (C.H.
RAMSEY) [FINLEY MORTUARY of Portland,
Oregon]. Widow of Charles H. Ramsey. Parents
were not listed, but were Martin Gilliham (18241906) born in Jackson County Tennessee and his
2nd wife Sarah Catherine Howell (1833-1903) born
in Millerstown, Pennsylvania buried in SE 111
Line 2. Ref: #1, #3, #5.
RAMSEY, MARTIN J.
b. 1886 Oregon, d. 6 Oct 1961, age 75y. Int. 31 Oct
1961 in SW 126-3 Line 14. Parents were Charles H.
Ramsey and Rebecca Ramsey.
Ref: #3.
FOLEY, JOHN *
b. 1822 Ireland, d. 27 Apr 1908 of old age, age 86y.
Int. 29 Apr 1908 in SW 126 Line 14. (CHARLES H.
RAMSEY). In the 1860 Census he was a US. Army
Private at Vancouver Garrison. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1860 Census).
SW 127
SW 127 All bought ca 1877 by Marshall Root
Hathaway
HATHAWAY, MARSHALL ROOT *
b. 1 Jan 1823 Russia, Herkimer County, New York,
d. 2 Mar 1896 in 1887 Marshall suffered a severe
stroke which resulted in paralysis and eventually
caused his death, age 73y 3m. Int 5 Mar 1896 in SW
127 Line 15. He was married 27 Dec 1848 at La Port,
Indiana to Maria Smith (1830-1907), (the daughter of
Shubel Smith). Marshall Hathaway was a school
teacher in Sullivan County, Missouri. In the fall of
1851 with his wife and year old daughter, also named
Maria, and his brother Jeremiah Hathaway and his
family joined a wagon train bound for Oregon which
on 30 April 1852 started towards Oregon; They
arrived in the Fall of 1852 in The Dalles, Oregon and
rafted down the Columbia River and up the
Willamette River to Portland. The Marshall
Hathaway's baby daughter, Maria, died 6 Dec 1852
shortly after they had arrived in Portland; the baby
had a long hazardus trip across the Oregon Trail.
Marshall took a job in Oregon as Master of Steven's
Ferry on the Oregon side of the Columbia River
which used horse power instead of oars to propel the
ferry. Later he and his brother Jeremiah took up a
Donation Claim. Marshall's was for 317.74 acres and
he became Postmaster of Fales's Landing which was
located 14 miles below Vancouver, Washington
Territory. In 1855 Marshall taught in the first school
in Clark County. In 1854-1857 he was
Superintendent of Clark County Schools serving two
terms and also in 1864. During the Indian uprising in
1855/56 he enlisted as a Private in Captain William
Strong's Company of mounted rifelmen and was
elected Orderly Sargeant; the Company was musterd
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into the U.S. Service and he did scouting service. In
1865 he was elected to the Washington Territorial
Legislature and by 1881 he was elected Adjutant
General. Marshall Hathaway was one of the founders
of the Clark County Agriculture and Mechanical
Society. He was an emplyee of the Oregon Railway
and Navigation and Northern Pacific Railroad
Companies; a member of the Odd Fellows and was a
patriarch and member of the Oregon Grand Lodge.
Parents were Nadah Hathaway and Abigail Beebe.
Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870, 1871 Census).
HATHAWAY, MARIA
b. 11 Jun 1830 Parish, Oswego County, New York, d.
15 Jun 1907, age 77y 0m 4d. Int. Jun 1907 in SW 127
Line 15. (MARSHALL R. HATHAWAY). She was
married 27 Dec 1848 at La Port, La Port County,
Indiana to Marshall Root Hathaway (1823-1896),
housewife, member of the Oneonta Rebekah Lodge,
The I.O.O.F. and Presbyterian Church. When Maria
was three years old her family moved from New
York to Galena, Floyd County, Indiana where she
received her schooling. She married Marshall Root
and had 6 children of which two had died previous to
her death. Children were:(1) Marie (1850-1852) (2)
Homer Marshall (1853- 1932) married Carried L.
Sheffield, (3) Milissa Jane (1856-1931) married
Hiram Engle Allen, (4) Henry Lewis (1859-1911),
(5) Matilda "Mattie" Lucinda (1862-1913 married
Clinton C. Gridley and (6) Caroline "Carrie" Miranda
Hathaway (1870- ) married Charles Sears. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Shubel Smith. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1860, 1870, 1871, 1880 Census).
ALLEN, MELISSA JANE "MINNIE"
HATHAWAY
b. 16 May 1856 Clark County, Washington, d. 11
Nov 1931, age 75y 5m 26d. Int. Nov 1931 in SW 127
Line 15 (has marker). She was married 8 Aug 1880 to
Hiram Engle Allen. Parents were Marshall Root
Hathaway (1823-1896) and Maria Smith (18301907). Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1860, 1870, 1871 Census).
ALLEN, MILROY ROBBIE
b. Apr 1883 Washington, d. 6 Oct 1885 died at
Spokane Falls, Spokane County, Washington, age
18m. Int. Oct 1885 in SW 127 Line 15. Parents were
Hiram Engle Allen and Melissa Jane Hathaway
(daughter of Marshall Root and Maria Smith
Hathaway). Ref: #3.
SW 128
SW 128 All bought by Joseph Howell
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HALSTEAD, CHARLES C.
b. 1862 Michigan, d. 23 Sep 1932 of cancer, age 70y.
Int. 28 Sep 1932 in SW 128-3 Line 16. (EVA
HOWELL). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
HALSTEAD, MARIAN MAXWELL
b. Jun 1895 California, d. 28 Feb 1928 of pneumonia,
age 32y 8m. Int. 3 Mar 1928 in SW 128-2 Line 16.
(J. HOWELL}. The funeral was by East Side Funeral
Directors [ROSS HOLLYWOOD CHAPEL Portland, Oregon]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #5.
HALSTEAD, MARY CATHERINE
b. Apr 1870, d. 20 Aug 1918 of Myocarditis, age 48y
4m. Int. 23 Aug 1918 in SW 128-4 Line 16. (BEN
HOWELL). Parents were not listed, but may have
been "Howell". Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, ADDYE
b. 14 Dec. 1877 Wales, Great Britian, d. 13 Sep 1918
in a railroad accident at 9:30 PM, age 41y 8m 29d.
Int. 15 Sep 1918 SW 128 Line 2. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married to Ruth ( ) Johnson
of Vancouver, an Episcopalian. He was a Railroad
locomotive engineer. Died in a railroad accident 4 1/2
miles east of Lyle, Washington when his head was
crushed mashed and his leg and shoulder were
broken by an overturned locomotive. Coroner was
W.J. KNAPP. The funeral was 15 Sep 1918 2:30 PM
at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend C.E. Holmes.
Charged to Mrs, Ruth Johnson (she later moved to
3701 East Tye St. Tacoma, Washington). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, EVELYN JANE
b. 30 Oct 1911, d. 14 Apr 1914 3:45 AM no cause
was listed, age 2y, 5m, 15d. Int. 15 Apr 1914 in SW
128-3 Line 2. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. NOTE:
Graves #4 & 5 were transferred to Mrs. W.J. Hoag;
Mr. W.J. Hoag was buried in #4 on 4 Mar 1917.
Child died at home, attended by Dr. J.T. Guerin of
Vancouver. The funeral was 15 Apr 1914 1 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend E.B. Collier,
Charged to mother, Mrs. Addye Johnson. Parents
were Addye.F. Johnson (1877-1913) and Ruth
Johnson. Ref: #3 & #4.
GAULT, BESSIE
b. 26 Sep 1868 d. 24 Nov 1884 no cause of death was
listed, age 16y 1m 28d. Int. Nov 1884 in Nov 1884 in
SW 128-5 Line 16. (BENJAMIN HOWELL).
Parents were not listed, but may have been Mr. &
Mrs. D.M. Gault of Pendleton, Oregon. Ref: #3.
CHAPEL. Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3 &
#4.
SW 129
SW 129 All bought by Joseph Howell
GARDNER, MARILLA EUDORA
b. 14 Mar 1860 in the Hazel Dell area of Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 13 Mar 1954
died senile (the day before her 94 birthday),age 93y
11m 13d. The funeral & Int. 15 Mar 1954 in SW 1302 Line 15. (E. B. GARDNER).] [VANCOUVER
FURNERAL CHAPEL]. She was married 4 Dec
1878 in Clark County, Washington Territory to
Edmond B. Gardner (1848-1935), a housewife.
Parents were William Reese Anderson (1822-1902
Washington County, Virginia and Sarah Jane
Sturgess (1837-1912 Virginia) buried in SW 174-4
N/2 Line 3. Ref: #1, #3, & #5.
HOWELL, BENJAMIN
b. 8 May 1794, d. 17 Aug 1886 of old age, age 92y
3m 9d. Int. in SW 129-3 Line 16. He was married to
Elizabeth Mathews (1801-1887), he was a farmer.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
HOWELL, ELIZABETH
b. 24 Nov 1801 Kentucky, d. 19 Dec 1887 of a
rupture and old age. age 84y 11m 6d. Int. Dec 1887
in SW 129-4 Line 16 (has marker with dates of birth
and death and "who departed this life". (BENJAMIN
HOWELL 1794-1886). She was married to Benjamin
Howell (1794-1886). Her children were:(1) Joseph
(1829-1912), (2) John (1830-1917) and (3) Sarah
Catherine Howell Gilliham (1833-1903) who was the
2nd wife of Martin Gilliham (1824-1906). She was a
sister of John Henry Matthews an early pioneer.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Matthews. Ref: #3.
HOWELL, JOSEPH
b. 1829 Millerstown, Pennsylvania, d. 14 Oct 1912 of
an obstruction of the bowels, age 83y. A pioneer of
Washington State arrived in 1850, Int. in SW 129-4
Line 16. Parents were Benjamin Howell (17941886) and Elizabeth Matthews (1801-1887). Ref: #3.
HOWELL, THOMAS J.
b. 1841, d. 3 Dec 1912 of an enlarged prostate, age
71y. Int.Dec 1912 in SW 129-1 Line 16. Pioneer of
Washington Territory of 1850. He was the author of
book "A Flora of Northwest of America". Parents
were Benjamin Howell (1794-1886) and Elizabeth
Mathews Howell (1801-1887). Ref: #3
SW 130
SW 130 ALL bought 1878 bought by Edmond B.
Gardner
SW 130 N/2 8 graves bought 3/18/1878 by J. M.
Gardner
GARDNER, EDMOND B.
b. 1848 New York, d. 10 May 1935 no cause of death
was listed, age 87y. Int. 13 May 1935 in SW 130-1
Line 16 [HAMILTON MORTUARY] (has marker
"Father". He was married 4 Dec 1878 Clark County,
Washington to Marilla Eudora Anderson (18601954). The funeral was by HAMILITON FUNERAL
GARDNER, CHARLES
b. 1881, d. 12 Sep 1890 of congestion of the bowels,
age 9y. Int. 15 Sep 1890 in SW 130 Line 15. Parents
were Edmond B. Gardner and Marilla E.
Anderson. Ref: #1 & #3.
GARDNER, JESSIE E.R.
b. 19 Aug 1885 Washington, d. 19 Apr 1888 no cause
of death listed (? menigitis), age 3y. Int. Apr 1888 in
SW 130 Line 15. Parents were Edmond B. Gardner
and Marilla E. Anderson. Ref: #1,& #3.
GARDNER, EDWARD
b. 1886 Washington, d. 12 Apr 1888 of menigitis, age
2y. Int. Apr 1888 in SW 130 Line 15 (no marker).
Parents were Edmond B. Gardner and Marilla E.
Anderson. Ref: #1 & #3.
GARDNER, CLARA EFFIE
b. Aug 1890 Washington, d. 8 Dec 1959, age 69y.
The funeral & Int. Dec 1959 in SW 130-5 Line 15
(has marker "Wife and Mother". [HAMILTON
FUNERAL HOME]. She was the wife of David
Gardner. Parents were Solomon Christopher Strong
(18 Jul 1849 Washington (son of Solomon Strong
and Mary Bozarth) married 1880 in Washington
Territory to Amelia Theil (b. 1854 Germany). Ref:
#1 & #3 & #4.
SW 131
SW 131 N/2 bought about 1889 by A. Haslip
SW 131 S/2 bought about 1890 by Martin Sabins
TATTEN, NELSON
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b. 1866, d. 7 Aug 1889 of peritonitis, age 23y. Int. 9
Aug 1889 in SW 131 N/2. (Removed some time
later). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SABINS, JAMES
b. Jan 1889, d. 4 Aug 1889 of cholera infantum, age
7m.. Int. 5 Aug 1889 in SW 131 S/2 Line 14. Parents
were James Sabins and Hannah May Matthews
daughter of James "Lee" Leander Matthews and
Mary Ann "Pollyanna" Powell. Ref: #1 & #3.
SABINS, MAUDE
b. Feb 1891, d. 10 Jun 1891 of natural causes, age
4m.. Int. 11 Jun 1891 in SW 131 N/2 Line 14.
Parents were James Sabins and Hannah May
Mathews. Ref: #1 & #3.
SW 132
SW 132 All bought 2/12/1880 By C.H. Ricker
RICKER, CHARLES H.
b. 18 Dec 1841 Maine, d. ? after 1900 listed in Clark
County 1900 Census, age (?). Int. in SW 132. He was
a farmer who owned 15 acres who lived in the Fruit
Valley precint. He was married to Matilda A. Ricker.
Parents were not listed but both were born in
Maine. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
RICKER, MATILDA A.
b. 20 Dec 1847 Pennsylvania, d. 12 Apr 1927 of heart
failure, age 79y 3m 8d. Int. 15 Apr 1927 in SW 132-2
Line 13 ashes. [HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME].
She was the widow of Charles H. Ricker. Children:
(1) Mattie T. (b. Nov 1881) (2) Mabel E and (3)
Mary C. Ricker. Parents were John Williams born
in Vermont and Mary Turner born in Michigan
both are buried in SE 95 Line 15. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
RICKER, MARY C.
b. 24 Jul 1884, d. 21 Dec 1890 of diptheria, age 6y
4m 27d. Int. 25 Dec 1890 in SW 132 Line 13.
Parents were Charles H. Ricker and Matilda A.
Williams. Ref: #3.
RICKER, MABEL E.
b. 30 Jan 1887, d. 25 Dec 1890 of diptheria. age 2y
10m 20d. Int. 26 Dec 1890 in SW 132 Line 13.
Parents were Charles H. Ricker and Matilda A.
Williams. Ref: #3.
b. 11 May 1847 Henry, Marshall County, Illinois, d.
23 Jul 1939 of heart failure, age 92y 2m 12d. Int. 26
Jul 1939 in SW 132-5 Line 13. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Note: also buried in the family plot
are a son Fred Merdian WWI Vet (1886-1959.
George Meridian was the widower of Loney
Meridian (1848-1937 has marker next to husband).
George Meridian was a retired fruit farmer and a
Protestant. He lived with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Reid
at 129 NE 17th St., Vancouver, Washington. He had
resided in the state of Washington for 4 years. Died at
home attended by Dr. E.E. Gable of Portland. The
funeral was 26 Jul 1939 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Stuart Gaude of Vancouver. Ordered
by and charged to daughter Mrs. Mary Reid of
Portland. Parents were Joseph Merdian and Mary
Burgen both born in France. Ref: #3, #4 & #6
(1900 Census).
MERDIAN, LONEY
b. 9 Apr 1848 Ohio, d. 15 Nov 1937 was senile, age
89y 6m 8d. Int. 17 Nov 1937 in SW 132-4 Line 13.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married to George
Merdian (1847-1939 has marker next to wife), a
housewife, lived at 129 NE 17th Ave., Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington. Died at home attended by
Dr. E.E. Cable of Portland. The funeral was 17 Nov
1937 2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Stuart Gaude of Vancouver. Ordered by Mrs. Mary
Reed 217 NE 19th St., Portland, Oregon and son Fred
Merdian. Charged to husband George Merdian. Other
children were George Merdian of Tacoma,
Washington and Mrs. Fred Moore of Seaside,
Oregon. Parents were Jacob Heide born in
Germany and mother's name not known. Ref: #3,
#4 & #6 Clark County, Washington 1900 Census.
MERDIAN, FRED/FREDERICK *
b. 7 Jun 1886, d. 5 Nov 1959 of heart failure, age 73y
3m 28d. Int. Nov 1959 in SW 132-3 Line 13. He was
married to Josephine (Crowley) Meridian (18841962) who is buried in NW 38-3 Line 9 (has marker
in plot with sister Eva C. and Alex Frank Albertson).
He was a retired WWI Pvt. Washington 13
Ammunition Train. Parents were George Merdian
and Loney Heide. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census.
REID, MARY (MERDIAN)
b. 1873, d. Jan 1963, age 89y. Int. 14 Jan 1963 in SW
132-6 Line 13. Parents were probably George
Merdian and Loney Heide. Ref: #3
MERIDIAN, GEORGE
SW 133
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SW 133 N/2 bought 7/1889 by Thor H. Waale
SW 133 S/2 bought 1890 by Lawrence Scott
WAALE, MAREN (FEMALE)
b. Mar 1889 Washington Territory, d. 20 Jul 1889,
age 4m. Int. 21 Jul 1889 in SW 133 Line 12. Parents
were Thor H. Waale b. Jan 1860 Norway an
apiarist and owned a farm of 60 acres and Johanna
H. ( ) Waale b. Sep 1867 Norway. They emigrated
to the United States in 1887. Ref: #3.
SW 134
SW 134 N/2 bought 8/22/1892 by William Harper
ELLIS, SAMUEL
b. Feb 1892, d. 22 Aug 1892 of brain disease, age
5m. Int. 23 Aug 1892 in SW 134 N/2 Line 11.
(WILLIAM HARPER). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
FIKE, JOSIAH L.
b. 1883, d. 13 Jun 1892 of diptheria, age 8y. Int. 14
Jun 1892 in SW 134 S/2 Line 11 (he has a marker
with Mary E., and Noah I. Fike). Parents were
Josiah M. and Mary E. Fike. Ref: #3.
FIKE, MARY E.
b. 1890, d. 5 Jun 1892 died of diptheria, age 1y. Int. 6
Jun 1892 in SW 134 S/2 Line 11 (Has marker with
Josiah L., Mary E., and Noah I. Fike). Parents were
Josiah M. and Mary E. Fike. Ref: #3.
FIKE, NOAH I.
b. 1886, d. 29 Nov 1891 of croup, age 5y. Int. 30 Nov
1891 (1) in a Potters Field grave then removed to SW
134 S/2 Line 11 and placed in a common grave with
brother and sister. (Has marker with Josiah L., Mary
E. and Noah I. Fike). Parents were Josiah M. and
Mary E. Fike. Ref: #3.
SW 135
SW 135 All bought 9/2/1892 by Ed F. White
WHITE, ROSA
b. 1 Oct 1869 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory,, d. 2 Nov 1892 of heart failure, age 23y 1m
1d. Int. 3 Nov 1892 in SW 135-1 Line 10 (has marker
"Wife of Ed F. White. Here lies one who in this life
was a kind mother, a true wife. She was by many
virtues blest and piety among the best." She was
married 20 Jul 1887 to Edward F. White (who has no
marker). Parents were Joseph Petrain 1820-9 Mar
1876 born in St. David's Parish, Montreal,
Canada and m. 14 Aug 1848 Catherine Dolan
1832-10 Feb 1893 born in Ireland. They are buried
in SE 72 Line 9 and have markers). Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1880 Census).
BLOOMFIELD, MARIA JANE
b 9 Mar 1853 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 1 Feb 1944 of pneumonia, age 90y 10m.
Int. in SW 135 Line 10 (has marker). She was
married 14 Nov 1882 in Vancouver, Washington
Territory to Nathaniel H. Bloomfield (21 Nov 1850
in Bowling Green, Kentucky he has no marker).
Owner of plot was her brother-in-law Edward F.
White (wife Rosa Petrain also buried in same plot).
Parents were Joseph Petrain (1820-9 Mar 1876
born in St. David's Parish, Montreal, Canada) and
m. 14 Aug 1848 Catherine Dolan (1832-10 Feb
1893 born in Ireland). They are buried in SE 72
Line 9 (have markers). Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1860, 1880
Census).
MACHADO, ANTONE
b. 12 Oct 1863 Portugal, d. 18 Apr 1936 of
pulmonary TB, age 72y 6m 6d. Int. 21 1936 in SW
135-2 Line 10. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to
Adaline ( ) Machado (15 May 1859-16 Sep 1936 no
marker). He was a retired painter for the SP & S Ry
CO., and lived at 115 West 39th St., Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington. He died at home attended
by Dr. R.W. Armstrong of Vancouver. The funeral
was 21 Apr 1936 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend Martindale Woods of Vancouver. Ordered
by wife, Adaline Machado, and Mrs. Arnold.
Charged to wife, Adaline Machado. Ed White owner
of grave. Parents names were not known. Ref: #3
& #4.
CRESAP, ROBERT VINTON *
b. 14 Apr 1836 at Upper Sandusky, Wyandotte
County, Ohio, d. 31 Aug 1911 of sarcoma of the
lympatic gland of the neck, age 75y 4m 17d. Int. 3
Sep 1911 in SW 135-1 Line 8, Masonic. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Home address was not listed, died at
the Battle Ground Court House, Battle Ground, Clark
County, Washington, [which was the home and office
of his son, Edward Cresap, who was the Sheriff of
Battle Ground, (19 Feb 1876-20 Jun 1958) he and his
wife Lucy Masters are buried at Wilson Bridge
Cemetery]. Robert Cresap was attended by Dr. C.C.
McCown. The funeral was 3 Sep 1911 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend A.W. Bond. Pall Bearers
were:J.T. Secrest, Arthur Fletcher, A.M. Johnson,
George E. Thompson, F.W. Tempest and A.J.
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Bigham. Honary Pall Bearers were: W. Downing, A.
Swank, K.A. Collings, Charles H. Jenkins, Abe
Axtell and Gabriel McBride. Robert Vinton Cresap
was divorced from Phebe Caroline Van Atta (17 Feb
1858-21 Apr 1937); she was only 14 years old when
she married Robert Cresap who was 47 years old they had seven children. He and Phebe Van Atta had
two sons and five daughters. [She married (2) as his
2nd wife George Henry Groat (24 Apr 1864-16 Oct
1929) she had one child by him, both buried at Brush
Prairie Cemetery]. Robert Cresap was a farmer, a
Civil War Vet, 1st Oregon Calvary from 1861-1864
who mostly fought the Indian campaigns. Robert
Cresap with B.F. Callison and Isaiah Wilson walked
from Ohio to Pikes Peak in Colorado during the gold
rush with the hope finding gold. Robert Cresap wore
his shoes out and had to walk barefoot from there to
Hangtown California where the California Gold
Strike had been some 10 years before; in 1864 he
arrived in Clark County Washington Territory to
make his home. Parents were Eusebus Cresap and
Hannah S. Martin. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1870,
1871, & 1880 Census).
WHITEGON, FREDERICK O.
b. 31 Dec 1919 Washington, d. 11 Aug 1961 of a
hemorrhage, age 42y 7m 11d. Int 15 Aug 1961 in SW
135-4 Line 10. (E.F. WHITE) [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 & #5.
SW 136
SW 136 All bought 1901 by D.S. Minsh
MINSH, LENARD
b. 17 Jan 1868 Switzerland, d. 4 Jun 1902 of TB, age
34y 4m 13d. Int. 7 Jun 1902 in SW 136 N/2 Line 9.
(D.A. Minsh). He came to the United States in 1879.
He was the widower of Urshla ( ) Minsh. He was a
liquor dealer, and owned his home. Note: His brother
was Matthew Minsh who was married 27 Dec 1903
to Myrtle M. Stenger. Parents were not listed, but
they maybe John Minch/Mingh/Mench born in
Switzerland (sic Clark County Census 1860, 1870
Census) and Elizabeth ( ) Minsh (1842-1893
Switzerland) buried in SW 164 S/2 Line 13 - John
Minch not buried in Plot. Ref: #3, #6 (1900 Census).
MINSH, URSHLA L.
b. 7 Dec 1873, d. 7 Feb 1902 of apemdicitis, age 29y
2m 0d. Int. 12 Feb 1902 in SW 136 S/2 Line 9 (D.A.
Minsch). She was married to Lenard Minsh, came in
to the US in 1880; her children were in 1900 Census:
161
(1) Edward L, and (2) Hattie M. Minsh/Minph (b,
1897). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
MINSH, HATTIE
b. 21 May 1884, d. 6 May 1892 of brain fever, age 7y
11m 15d. Int. 8 May 1892 in SW 136 S/2 Line 13 (J.
Minsh). Parents were not listed were probably
John and Elizabeth Minsh. Ref: #3
REDER, BURNIE
b. 1910, d. 11 Jun 1912, age 2y. Int in SW 136 Line
9. Body was removed and buried elsewhere. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3
REDER, ARCHIE
b. ?, D. Jun 1892, age ?, Int. 13 Jun 1892 in SW 136
S/2 Line 9. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
SW 137
SW 137 All bought 1/2/1893 by Walter Smiley
SMILEY, WALTER
b. 1859 Iowa, d. 26 Oct 1895, age 36y. Int. Oct 1895
in SW 137 (?). Note:Walter Smiley is suposed to be
buried next to his wife in SW 137 (no marker-no
record). He was married to Martha Ewing Ronkosky
(1861-1893).Parents were William Smiley (1833 in
Tennessee - 1903) He was a Civil War Vet) and
Cloita Stone Smiley (1837-1919) they are Int. in NW
32 Line 14. Ref: #2 & #3.
SMILEY, MARTHA EWING (MATTIE)
RONKOSKY
b. 1861 Iowa, d. 1 Jan 1893 of consumption, age ca
32y. Int. 3 Jan 1893 in SW 137 Line 8 (has marker).
Married to Walter Smiley, Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SMILEY, FRANK M.
b. Jul 1889 Washington, d. 11 Dec 1918 of heart
disease, age 29y 5m. Int. 12 Dec 1918 in SW 137 N/2
Line 8. (WALTER SMILEY). NOTE:in the 1900
Census he was a 11 year old school boy living with
his uncle Frank M. and his wife Minnie Franklin and
their son Curry W. Franklin. Parents were Walter
Smiley (1859-1895) and Martha Ewing Ronkosky
Smiley (1861-1893). Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 138
SW 138 All bought 4/23/1893 by Mrs. Mary Young
YOUNG, JOHN
b. 16 Jan 1841 Langenhain Germany, d. 22 Apr 1894
of apoplexy, age 53y 3m 6d. Int. 24 Apr 1894 in SW
138 Line 7 (has marker "Our Father A precious one
from us is gone. A voice we loved is stilled. A place
is vacant in our home, which never can be filled. God
in his wisdom has recalled, the boon his love had
given, and though the body slumbers here, the soul is
safe in heaven (Mary Young). He was married to
Mary Huth (1843-1921). Parents were not listed
but were born in Germany. Ref: #3.
LUITHILE, KARL C.
b. Jun 1884 Germany, d. 18 Sep 1951, age 67y, 9m.
Int. in SW 138 (no marker). [self]. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
YOUNG, MARY
b. 1 Dec 1843 Germany, d. 25 Nov 1921 of
pneumonia. age 77y 11m 24d. Int. 27 Nov 1921 in
SW 138 Line 4. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
the widow to John Young (1841-1894), a housewife
and a Luthern. She lived at 700 West 10th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Charles MacCollum of Vancouver.
The funeral was 27 Nov 1921 2 PM at KNAPP
Chapel with Reverend Luther B. Deck. Charged to
daughter Mrs. K.C. Linthle of Vancouver. Parents
were Anton Huth and Katherine Muller both born
in Germany. Ref: #3 & #4
SW 139
SW 139 All bought ca 1896 by Louis Kop/KOPP
SW 139 All bought 6/18/1875 by John W. McCollum
[Clark County 1871 Census he was born (1838
Kentucky) married to Rachel (1840 Indiana) and had
three children born in Missouri:Elizabeth (1866), Joel
(1868) and Nancy Mae (1870)/
YOUNG, JOHN PETER
b. 1877 Washington, d. 11 Aug 1942 in Bellingham,
Whatcomb County, Washington died cause unknown,
age 65y. Int. 15 Aug 1942 in SW 138-4 Line 7. No
further details except the funeral was 15 Aug 1942 at
grave site with Reverend Paul Kunzman of
Vancouver. Charged to Della Young (may be wife).
Note: His sister was Mrs. K.C. Luithile Vancouver.
Parents were John Young born in Langenhain
Germany (1841-1894) and Mary Huth (1843-1921)
born in Germany. Ref: #3
YOUNG, PHILLIP CHRISTIAN
b. 8 Aug 1867 Germany, d. 7 May 1941 of
pneumonia and gangrene of the feet, age 73y 8m 29d.
Int. 9 May 1941 in SW 138-3 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Divorced from Elma Young, retired
butcher, Protestant, lived at 700 West 19th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at the
Clark County General Hospital attended by Dr.
George Johnson of Vancouver. The funeral was 9
May 1941 (Friday) 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend Paul Kunzman of Vancouver. Ordered by
and charged to State of Washington Old Age
Assistance. Parents were John Young (1841-1894)
born in Langenhain Germany and Mary Huth
(1843-1921) born in Germany. Ref: #3 & #4.
LUITHILE, KATIE
b. Sep 1870 Germany, d. 15 Nov 1951 died of a
cerebral hemorrhage, 81Y 10m. Int. Nov 1951 in SW
138-5 Line 7 (SELF), [KNAPP MORTUARY in
charge]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
KOP/KOPP, LOUIS A.
b. 26 Oct 1849 Germany, d. 17 May 1930 of
paralysis, age 80y 6m 2d. Int. in SW 139-1 Line 6.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to Amanda
(Petsinger) Kop, laborer-gardner, German Luthern,
lived with son, Antone H. Kop at 692 1/2 Lovejoy
St., Portland Multnomah County, Oregon ( his wife
Amanda was in Fort Steilcoom Hospital where she
died). He died at home attended by Dr. F.W. Brodie
of the Morgan Bldg., Portland. The funeral was 19
May 1930 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand
George Koehler. Ordered by sons and charged to son,
Antone H. Kop. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Antone
Kop mother's name not known both born in
Germany. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
KOP/KOPP, AMANDA
b. 30 Oct 1855 Iowa, d. 19 Nov 1931 she was an
invalid and died of cerebral arteriosclosis, age 76y
0m 19d. Int. 25 Nov 1931 in SW 139 Line 6 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Louis Kop
(1849-1930) and a Lutheran. She lived for 14 years at
Fort Steilacoon Hospital in Steilacoon, Pierce
County, Washington. Died at the Hospital attended
by a doctor at the hospital. The body was embalmed
and shipped by [C.O. LYNN C. Funeral Directors of
Tacoma, Washington]. The funeral was 25 Nov 1931
2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand Paul
Kunzman. Ordered by son John Kopp and Mrs.
Anton Kopp. Charged to her children, (1) Ed. Kop of
Caldwell, Idaho, (2) Mrs. Julia (Albert) Russell of
Stockton, California, (3) John Kop of Walla Walla,
Washington and (4) George Kop of San Francisco,
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California. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Petsinger. Ref:
#3, #4, #5 & #6 (1900 Census).
KOP/KOPP, EDITH/EOLA
b. 8 Feb 1878 New London, Henry County, Iowa, d.
14 Jun 1896 cuase not listed, age 18y 4. 8d. Int. in
SW 139 Line 6. She was single. Parents were Louis
Kop (1849-1930 born in Germany) and Amanda
Petsinger (1855-1931) both buried in Plot SW 139.
Ref: #3.
KOP/KOPP, JACOB
b. 12 Aug 1881 New London, Iowa, d. 29 May 1942
of pneumonia and axphixiation, age 60y 9m 17d. Int.
2 Jun 1942 in SW 139 Line 6 with sister Edith
(1878-1896) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single,
laborer, Lutheran, lived at the Clark County Poor
Farm in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington - had
lived in the State for 54 years, died at the Clark
County Farm attended by Dr. L.C. Hamm of
Vancouver. The funeral was 2 Jun 1942 (Tuesday) 10
AM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand Paul
Kunzman of Vancouver. Ordered by Clark County
Farm. Charged to brother John Kop and Clark
County Welfare. Parents were Louis Kop (18491930 born in Germany son of Antone Kop), and
Amanda (Mandy) Petsinger (1855-1931 born in
Iowa both have markers in Plot SW 139. Ref: #3, #4
& #6 (1900 Census).
b. 17 Jan 1858 Alabama, d. 29 Nov 1900 of La Gripe
(flu), age 42y, [Clark County 1900 Census]. Int. in
SW 140 N/2 line 5. (J.D.B. Mulder). He was married
to Emma ( ) Mulder in Mar 1862 - no marker for
her). He was a day laborer, rented his home in 1900.
He had 8 children: (1) Harris (1887 Alabama), (2)
Nevada (Jul 1888 Alabama), (3) Jennie (Dec 1889
Alabama), (4)John D. (May 1891 Arkansas), (5)
William (Sep 1893 Akansas) (6) Kakanie (Jan 1896
Arkansas), (7) Huston (Jan 1898 Arkansas) and (8)
Jackson H. (Sep 1899 Arkansas). Parents were not
listed, but both were born in Alabama. Ref: #3 &
#6 (1900 Census).
RINEHART, ALBERT C.
b. 1851 Hancock County, Ohio, d. 24 May 1918 of
apoplexy, age 67y. Int. 26 May 1918 in SW 140-2
S/2 Line 5. He was the Clark County Supertendent of
Schools. Married (1) Clarissa J. (1855-1893) and (2)
the widow of Adam Schwoebel, Adelia Knapp
Schwoebel -the daughter of Henry M. Knapp and
Rachel E. Fisher). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #6 (1900 Census).
RINEHART, ALICE MYRTLE
b. 21 Sep 1881 Clark County, Washington, d. 29 Sep
1899 died of consumption., age 18y 0m 8d, Int. 1
Oct 1899 in SW 140 S/2 Line 5. Parents were Albert
C. Rinehart and Clarissa J. Rinehart. Ref: #3.
KOP/KOPP, ANTONE HENRY
b. 18 Jun 1872 Iowa, d. 20 May 1931 of lobar
pneumonia, age 58y 9m 2d. Int.23 May 1931 in SW
139-3 Line 6. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to
Ethel Kop, he was a janitor at the Good Samaritan
Hospital in Portland, Oregon. He lived at 601 West
7th St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland,
Multnoma County, Oregon attended by Dr. Short of
Portland. The funeral was 23 May 1931 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand Paul
Kunzman,Ordered by and charged to son Earl Kop of
Vancouver, Washington. Parents were Louis Kop
(1849-1930 born in Germany has marker) and
Amanda Petsinger born in Iowa (1855-1931). Ref:
#3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 141
SW 141 N/2 bought 3/11/1901 by C.F. Spaulding
SW 141 S/2 bought 10/1899 by Abner Summers
SW 140
SW 140 N/2 bought 1891 by John B.D. Mulder
SW 140 S/2 bought 8/19/1897 by S.C. Rineheart
SW 142
SW 142 N/2 bought 1901 by James P. Smith.
SW 142 S/2 boyght 8/10/1901 by A.A. Quarmberg
MULDER, JOHN D. BAVER
MALTBEE, ELSIE
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SPAULDING, ALICE E.
b. 1867, d. 10 Mar 1901 died of heart failure, age
34y. Int. Mar 1901 in
SW 141 N/2 Line 4. (C.F. SPAULDING). She was
the wife of A.I. Spaulding. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SUMMERS, EARNEST A.
b. Aug 1897, d. 14 Oct 1900 died of a croup, age 3y.
Int. 15 Oct 1900 in SW 141 S/2 Line 4. (S.
SUMMERS). Parents were Abner and Bessie
Summers. Ref: #3.
b. 29 Mar 1881, d. 3 Nov 1901 died of typhoid fever,
age 20y 7m 5d. Int. 5 Nov 1901 in SW 142 N/2 line
3. (JAMES P. SMITH). She was married to James G.
Maltbee. Parents were James P. Smith and Sarah
Smith. Ref: #3.
ASPLAND, LOUISE
b. Feb 1918, d. 25 Aug 1918 no cause was listed, age
6m. Int. in SW 142 Line 3. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
YOUMANS, MAUD M.
b. 18 Dec 1878, d. 11 Apr 1911 of pelvic abcesses
with general peritonitis, age 32y 2m 24d. Int. 13 Apr
1911 in SW 142-2 S/2 Line 3. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Married, housewife, Christian, lived
at 15th & East B Sts. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in
Vancouver attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 13 Apr 1911 by KNAPP
CHAPEL at the Vancouver Christian Church with
Reverend D.C. Kellems. Charged to B.P. Youmans.
Pall bearers were:Oliver M. Hidden, A.J. Dorland,
W.J. Andrews, J.M. Leonard and H.N. Swank.
Parents were John P.(1872-1910) and Sarah
Smith. Ref: #3 & #4.
BIESECKER, ELBERT SINCLAIR
b. 19 Aug 1870, Naples Wisconsin, d. 11 Feb 1939 in
Seattle, King County, Washington, age 68y 7m 8d.
Int. Feb 1939 in SW 142 S/2 Line 3. Widower of
Anna Louise Quarnberg Beisecker. Parents were Ira
Sylvester Biesecker born 8 Apr 1849 at Scranton,
Pennsylvania died 17 Aug 1924 and Amanda
Samantha Rosman born 6 Jan 1848/9 New York
died 14 Jun 1918 at Yacolt, Clark County,
Washington. They are buried at Mountain View
Cemetery in Amboy, Washington. Ref: #1, #3.
BIESECKER, ANNA LOUISE
b. 9 Jun 1869 South Dakota, d. 8 Aug 1901 of
consumption, age 30y 0m 29d. Int. 11 Aug 1901 in
SW 142 S/2 Line 3. She was married 24 Feb 1898 at
Hazel Dell (Vancouver), Clark County, Washington
to Elbert Sinclair Biesecker. Parents were
James/Jonas E. Quarnberg and Elizabeth "Lizzie"
Erickson (24 Jan 1844-3 Jun 1929) both born in
Sweden. Ref: #1, #3.
SW 143
SW 143 N/2 bought 7/9/1902 by Dr.J.M. Burt
SW 143 S/2 bought 1901 by Mrs. Paulina Stutz
BURT, J.M Dr. (MALE)
b. Jun 1832 Ohio, d. 11 Nov 1903 died of old age,
age 71y 4m. Int. Nov 1903 in SW 143 N/2. Widower
of Antipa/Xantipe ( ) Burt (1835-1902). He was a
physician, rented his house, (Ref:1900 Census for
Clark County, Washington:he had living with him his
wife Xantipea daughter in Law, Maggie Burt (b. Jan
1866 in Virginia); her a son F.M. Burt age 15 (born
in Illinois) and Willie born in 1890 Washington, her
unnamed husband was born in Illinois but not listed
in 1900. Parents were not listed but Father was
born in New Jersey and mother's birth place
unknown. Ref: #3, & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
BURT, ANTIPA/XANTIPE
b. 28 Dec. 1835 Indiana, d. 8 Jul 1902, age 66y 6m
11d. Int. in SW 143 N/2. Wife of Dr. J. M. Burt
(1832-1903 has marker next to wife). Father was
born in Maine and mother in Pennsylvania. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
STUTZ, HERMAN
b. 16 Feb 1830 Hamberg, Germany, d. 22 Feb 1902
of asthma, age 72y 0m 6d. Int. 24 Feb 1902 in SW
143 S/2 Line 2. Married in 1856 in Germany to
Pauline Freiwalt. They came to Clark County,
Washington in 1886 with a son, Charles Stutz (born
1856 Germany). Parents were not listed but were
born in Germany. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
STUTZ, PAULINE CHRISTINA
b. 8 Dec 1831, d. 25 Oct 1909 in a uremic poisoning
coma, age 77y 10m 17d. Int. 26 Oct 1909 in SW 143
S/2 Line 2. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the
widow of Herman Stutz (1830-1902 born in
Hamburg, Germany) married about 1856. They came
from Germany in 1881 with their son (1) Johann
(1856-1938 Hamburg Germany) married in 1881
Margaretha “Maggie” Sophia Sprick and daughter
Marie Margaret Eliza Wenzel and her husband
Wilhelm Wenzel and their three children (two of
which died aboard the ship). Pauline Stutz was a
housewife and a Luthern. They all came to Clark
County when the Northeren Pacific RR offerred them
a cheap fare and cheap price for their land. In 1900
the Herman Stutz lived at 200 West 16th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, she died at
home attended by Dr. Robert E. Black of Vancouver.
The funeral was 26 Oct 1909 at the English Luthern
Church with Reverend Walter I. Eck. Charges were
not listed. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Freiwalt (and
mother's name not known) both born in Germany.
Ref: #3 & #4.
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SW 144
SW 144 N/2 bought 1901 by George Johnson
SW 144 S/2 bought 4/12/1901 by D. Fletcher Leach
JOHNSON, GEORGE F.
b. Jul 1846 Norway, d. 23 Feb 1940 of a fracture of
the femar, age 94y 7m. Int. 27 Feb 1940. in SW 144
Line 1. (SELF), [LIMBERS FUNERAL HOME]. A
widower of Laura Johnson (1848-1901 has marker
next to husband). He was a retired carpenter, owned
own home in 1900. Parents were born in Norway.
Ref: #3, #5, & #6 (1900 Census).
JOHNSON, LAURA
b. Dec 1848 Wisconsin, d. 3 Nov 1901 of heart
failure, age 32y. Int. 5 Nov 1901 in SW 144 N/2 Line
1. (GEORGE JOHNSON). Married to George
Johnson (1846-1940). She was a housewife. Had a
son, Joseph K. Johnson. Parents's name was
unknown. Father was born in Connecticut and
mother in New Hampshire. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
JOHNSON, JOSEPH
b. Aug 1871 Michigan, d. 24 Jun 1948 of chronic
myocarditis, age 76y 10m. Int. 29 Jun 1948 SW 1443 N/2 Line 1. In the 1900 Census he was a day
laborer. Parents were George F. Johnson (18461940) and Laura Johnson (1848-1901). Ref: #3 &
#4 (1900 Census).
LEACH, ALDEN D. *
b. Jul 1830 New York, d. 12 Apr 1901 of kidney
failure, age 71y 3m. Int. 13 Apr 1901 in SW 144 S/2
Line 1. (D. FLETCHER LEACH- a son). Alden D.
Leach was a. Civil War Veteran CO. I 3rd Wisconsin
Cavalry. Married to Eunice (1833-1903), a farmer
who owned 48 acres. NOTE: D. Fletcher Leach was
their son born Feb 1872 in Wisconsin - not buried in
the plot. D. Fletcher Leach was a school teacher in
1900 Census had wife Florence E. Leach born Jul
1875 in Texas and children (all born in Washington
State):(1) Waitewell E. (male) b. May 1896, (2)
Wadewass (male) b. May 1896, and (3) Alden Leach
b. Aug 1899. Parents were not listed, but father
was born in Mississipi and mother in
Massachuttes. Ref: #3 & #4 (1900 Census).
LEACH, EUNICE B.
b. Apr 1833 Wisconsin, d. 1 Oct 1903 of dropsy
(diabetes), age 70y. Int. Oct 1903 in SW 144 S/2 Line
1. (D.FLETCHER LEACH). She was the widow of
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Alden D. Leach. Parents names were not known
but they were born in Maine.Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
SW 145
SW 145 N/2 bought 7/21/1902 by Mrs. Jennie Hand
SW 145 S/2 bought 9/23/1901 by Donald McMaster
McMASTER, HUGH
b. 21 Dec 1900 Clark County, Washington, d. 22 Sep
1901 of bowel trouble, age 9m 1d. Int. 25 Sep 1901
in SW 145 S/2 Line 1. [DONALD McMASTER].
Parents were Donald McMaster born Oct 1871 in
Scotland a lawyer and rented his home in 1900
Census (his parents were also born in Scotland the
family came from Scotland in 1886. The grandfather
father, Hugh McMaster b. 31 Aug 1865 Glasglow,
Scotland d. 24 Apr 1948 is buried in Camas
Cemetery) and Julia Ruth Webster born 29 Aug
1873 Clark County, Washington Territory
(daughter of David K. Webster and Phebe "Ruth"
Hatcher.) They are buried at Park Hill Cemetery. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1900 Census).
McMASTER, INFANT
b. 13 Jan 1907, Clark County, Washington, d. 13 Jan
1907 a stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. 15 Jan 1907 in
SW 145 S/2 line 1. (DONALD McNASTER).
Parents were Donald McMaster and Julia Ruth
Webster. [Note: in Clark County 1900 Census they
had two daughters born in Washington State: Mildred
(Jun 1896) and Dorothy (Jun 1897). Ref: #3
SW 146
SW 146 N/2 bought 11/1901 by E.W. Benton
SW 146 S/2 bought 10/15/1901 by Orson P.
Goodrich
BENTON, CLARENCE L.
b. 1895, d. 4 Nov 1901 of teething, age 6y. Int. 6 Nov
1901 SW 146 N/5. (JOHN B. MULDER). NOTE:in
the Clark County 1900 Census John D. Mulder b.
1857 born in Alabama and was a day laborer He is
buried in NE 140 Line 5. He may be the grandfather,
he was born in 1849 in New York.. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Benton. Ref: #3.
BENTON, ELDREGE
b. 5 Jan 1903, d. 7 Jan 1903 of weakness, age 2d. Int.
8 Jan 1903 in SW 146 N/2 Line 2. (E.W. BENTON).
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Benton. Ref:
#3.
ELDRIDGE, JAMES HOWARD
b. Jan 1902 Washington, d. 16 Oct 1902 of cholera
infantum, age 10m. Int. 17 Oct 1902 in SW 146 N/2
Line 2. (EDWARD W. BENTON). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
GOODRICH, ORSON P.
b. 28 May 1846, d. 1 Mar 1908 of typhoid
pneumonia, age 61y 10m 4d. Int. 5 Mar 1908 in SW
146 S/2 Line 2 (has marker "We loved him in life,
Let us not forget him in death".) He was married to
Matilda C. (Duncan) Goodrich. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
GOODRICH, MATILDA, C.
b. 30 Apr 1855 Canada, d. 22 Feb 1936 of senility,
age 80y 9m 22d. Int. 24 Feb 1936 in SW 146 Line 2.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow of
Orson P. Goodrich (1846-1908 has marker), a
housewife, lived at Garden Home, Washington
County, Oregon, died at the home of her daughters,
Mrs. Eva Wilkous of same city, attended by Dr.
Frank E. Brown of Multnomah County, Oregon. The
funeral was 24 Feb 1936 1 PM KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend J.M. Comer of Vancouver. Ordered
by and charged to her children (1) Ira Goodrich 1483
NE Halsey St., Portland, Oregon, (2) Mrs. Mabel
Enright 3355 NE Halsey St. Portland and (3) Mrs.
Eva Wilkous of Garden Home, Oregon, and she also
had a son (4) Charles W. Goodrich (1895-1901 has
marker). Parents were James Duncan and
Margaret Powell. Ref: #3.
GOODRICH, CHARLES W.
b. 11 May 1895 Washington, d. 13 Oct 1901, age 4y
5m 2d. Int. Oct 1901 in SW 146 S/2 Line 2. Parents
were Orson P. Goodrich and Matilda C. Duncan.
Ref: #3.
SW 147
SW 147 All bought 3/29/1901 by Mrs. Charles L.
England
ENGLAND, CHARLES L.
b. 1866 Kentucky, d. 25 Dec 1933 of paralysis in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, age 67y. Int.
27 Dec 1933 in SW 147-4 Line 3. (SELF). He was
Married 29 Dec 1890 in Vancouver, Washington to
Margaret Ellen Mary Noland (daughter John Noland
Sr. and Ann Sherett). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#2 & #3.
ENGLAND, MARGARET "MAGGIE" ELLEN
MARY
b. 1868 California, d. 11 Jul 1949 senile, age 81y. Int.
14 Jul 1949 in SW 147 Line 3.[ PEARSON
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Charles L.
England (1866-1933). The funeral was by Pearson
Mortuary. Her children were:(1) Adie, (2) Earl and
(3) Charles Edward England (1894-1966) (4)
William Oatis (1897-1901). Parents were John A.
Nolan Sr. (1837-1888) born in Kinvara, Galway,
Ireland and Mary Ann Sharett (1849-1932) Jersey
City, New Jersey. They are buried in St. James
Acres Cemetery #182. Ref: #2, #3, #5, & #6 (1900
Census).
ENGLAND, CHARLES EDWARD Jr.
b. Mar 1894, d. 15 Aug 1966 of cancer, age 72y 5m.
The funeral and Int. 18 Aug 1966 in SW 147-2 Line
3. (CHARLES EDWARD ENGLAND Sr.) .[PEAKE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL- of Milwaukie, Oregon].
Parents were Charles L. England Sr. (1866-1933)
and Margaret Ellen Mary Nolan (1868-1949).
Ref:#2, #3, & #5.
ENGLAND, WILLIAM OATIS
b. 20 Jan 1897 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 6 May 1901 of diptheria, age 4y 3m
17d. Int. 20 May 1901 in SW 147 Line 3 (has marker
"Thou art gone little darling. Sweet child of our love.
From earths fairy shrouds to bright mansions above."
Parents were Charles L. England (1866-1933) and
Margaret Ellen Mary Nolan (1868-1949). Ref: #2 &
#3.
SW 148
SW 148 S/2 bought 1901 by Mrs. H.F. Shawy
HAUSCH, FRANCES PRESSLER
b. 24 Mar 1871, d. 7 Jul 1912 of acute pneumonia,
age 41y 3m 13d. Int. 9 Jul 1912 in SW 148 N1/2 line
4 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was marrried to
George Hausch, her sister Minnie’s widower. She
was a housewife, an Episcopalian, lived at 709
Franklin St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 9 Jul 1912 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Lloyd Van Bako. Also
buried in plot is Minnie Hausch interred 6 Feb 1902
widow of George Hausch. Charged to George
Hausch and brother-in-law E. M. Swan. Note:
Frances Elizabeth Anderson was first married the 16
Jul 1888 to Fredrick Pressler and her sister Minnie J.
Anderson was married 5 Dec 1892 to George
166
Hausch; Minnie died 6 Feb 1902, Frances and
George must have married after their spouses died.
Parents were William Reese Anderson b. 22 Jun
1822 Washington County Virgina came over the
Oregon Trail in 1848 and Sarah Jane Sturgess b. 3
Sep 1837 Ballston Springs Saratoga New York
died 16 Jun 1912. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census under the name of "Tamy E. Anderson").
MOULIN, JENNY MARGARET
b. 16 Nov 1852 Iowa, d. 8 Jun 1925 of rheumatism
and neuritis (was an invalid for 8 years prior to
death), age 72y 6m 8d. Int. 10 Jun 1925 in SW 148
Line 4. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single,
houseworker, a Methodist, lived at 311 West 25th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Jo Blair of Vancouver. The funeral
was 10 Jun 1925 10:30 AM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend F.A. LaViolette. Ordered by and
charged to Mrs. Josephine E. Shaw 1846-1927 (wife
of Amos Shaw). Parents were Joseph Moulin born
at Gerney Island in the English Channel England
and Sarah Goudy (1829-1916).Ref: #3, #4.
SW 149
SW 149 All bought 1904 by George W. Dunning
CLOVADIETE, PETER
b. 1836, d. 28 Sep 1901 by suicide, age 65y. Int. in
SW 149 Line 5 . (GEORGE W. DUNNING).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
KATZDOBLEN, LOUIS
b. 1843, d. 2 Aug 1903 of a self inflicted gunshot
wound, age 60y. Int. 4 Aug 1903 in SW 149 Line 5.
(GEORGE W. DUNNING). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
LANSON, JAMES
b. 1843, d. 10 May 1901 a suicide, age 58y. Int. 15
May 1901 in SW 149 N/2 line 13. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
WEAVER, ALLEN
b. 1860 Indiana, d. 11 Apr 1903 of TB, age 43y. Int.
17 Apr 1903 in SW 149 Line 7. (GEORGE W.
DUNNING). He was a day laborer. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WILSON, INFANT (FEMALE)
b. 10 Jan 1903, d. 10 Jan 1903 a stillborn, age 00y.
Int. Jan 1903 in SW 149 (no marker). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
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SW 150
SW 150 N/2 bought 10/4/1898 by S. Campbell
CAMPBELL, C. (MALE)
b. 1814, d. 4 Oct 1898 of old age, age 84y. Int. 6 Oct
1898 in SW 150 N/2 Line 6. (S. CAMPBELL).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
THORNTON, LOUIS PHILIP
b. 24 Sep 1854 Oregon City, Clackamas County,
Oregon, d. 8 Jul 1925 Kelso, Cowlitz County,
Washington of nephritis, age 70y, 10m 12d. Int. Jul
1925 in SW 150 Line 6. (THOMAS THRONTON).
He was married 2 Dec 1876 in Clark County,
Washington Territory to Martha Anna Brinn. Louis
Thornton was a Washington State Pioneer. Parents
were Thomas J. Thornton born 24 Jan 1822
Spotsyvania, Virginia died 17 Sep 1877 in Portland,
Oregon) went to college and married in Louisanna
Cleophine Le Blanc the daughter of Gratien and
Victoria Le Blanc born at LaFourche Louisana on
10 Apr 1828 died 19 Jan 1887). They are buried at
the St. John's Catholic Cemetery and their youngest
daughter Josephine age 11y is along side of them.
Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1870 Census).
THORNTON, MARTHA ANNA
b. 1861 Washington, d. 8 Sep 1942 of heart failure,
age 81y. Int. 10 Sep 1942 in SW 150 S/2 Line 6 (has
marker "Mother". She was married 2 Dec 1876 to
Louis Philip Thornton, and she was a Washington
State Pioneer. [DITLESON MORTUARY - Kelso,
Washington]. Parents were Andrew Jackson Brinn
born 1830 in White City, Illinois (came over the
Oregon Trail in 1852 as a cattle driver and met
Matilda Jane Weigle, the 16 year old daughter of
George Weigle and Susan Klingensmith who also
came over the Oregon Trail the same year. Andrew
Brinn and Matilda Weigle were married 3 Jan 1853.
Ref: #1, #3, #5 & #6 (1900 Census).
THORNTON, THOMAS JACKSON
b. May 1878 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Terrority, d. 19 Mar 1898 at Dyea Alaska during the
Gold Rush died of spinial mengitis, age 19y 10m. Int.
1898 in SW 150 S/2 Line 6 (has marker "Asleep in
Jesus". Parents were Louis Philip Thronton (18541925) and Martha Anna Brinn (1861-1942). Ref: #1
& #3.
SW 151
SW 151 All bought 3/22/1897 by Julia Huth
HUTH, JOHN
b. 18 Jan 1848 Langenheim, Germany, d. 22 Mar
1897, age 48y 2m 4d. Int. Mar 1897 in SW 151 Line
7. He was married 12 Nov 1883 to Julia Kop/Kopp.
Had a daughter, Mary Huth who was the 2nd wife of
3 wives of Dr. Herbert Clay Leiser, a prominent
physician in Vancouver. A sister was Marie Huth
DeSor (1857-1832) wife of Louis G. De Sor buried in
NW 58-3. Parents were Father ....Huth & Gertrude
( ) Huth (1829-1895) in NW 63 Line 14. Ref: #3.
HUTH, JULIA
b. 13 May 1857 Langenhein Germany, d. 8 Sep 1937
of heart failure, age 80y 3m 25d. Int. 10 Sep 1937 in
SW 151-2 Line 7 [KNAPP MORTUARY.] She has
marker "A hand from our household is gone. A voice
we loved is stilled. A place is vacant in our hearts
that never can be filled”. She was the widow of John
Huth (1848-1897), a Lutheran, lived at 207 East 7th
St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 10 Sep 1937 2:30 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Paul Kunzman of
Vancouver. Ordered by and charged to daughter Mrs.
Kate Scott (1880-1964 has marker in Huth plot).
Julia’s brother was Lewis A. Kopp (1849-1930) is
buried with his family in SW 139 Line 6. Parents
were Antone Kopp and mother's name not known
both were born in Germany. Ref: #3, #4 & #6
(1900 Census).
HUTH, LOUIS
b. 11 Mar 1883 Washington Territory, d. 7 Apr 1922
of nephritis, age 39y 0m 26d. Int. 9 Apr 1922 in SW
151-3 Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was a
widower, clerk, Luthern, lived at 205 East 7th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washigton, died at home
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 9 Apr 1922 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Luther B. Deck. Charged to
mother Mrs. Julia Huth. Parents were John Huth
(1848-1897) and Julia Kopp (1857-1837) both
born in Langenhein, Germany. Ref: #3, & #6 (1900
Census).
SCOTT, CLEMENT
b. 6 Apr 1876 Scotland, d. 12 Jan 1931 (Monday) of
a cerebral hemorrhage, age 54y 7m 6d. Int. Jan 1931
in SW 151-1 Line 12 Ashes. He while making his
maiden address to the lower house when had just
seconded a nominating speech for State
Representative George McCoy, his seat mate, he died
at his desk on the floor of the Washington State
Legislature in Olympia, Thurston County,
Washington attended by two members of the
Lesiglater who were present: Dr. W.C. Watkins, a
Senator from Grays Harber and Dr. Walter J. Taylor,
a Senator from Port Angeles . Clement Scott was
married to Katherine Huth Busby (1880-1964 has
marker next to husband). NOTE: she was married 1st
and was the widow of Louis Busby (1871-1906).
Clement Scott was a statesman - State of Washington
legislator for Clark County, seed merchant, an
Episcopalian, lived at 207 East 7th St., Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington. The funeral was 15 Jan
1931 (Thursday) 2 PM at the Elks Lodge No. 823
Temple with full Episcopal service with Reverend
Coleman E. Byram followed by private cremation.
Ordered by and charged to wife, Katherine Scott and
his brother James Scott. Survivors besides his wife
were a sister, Mrs. Tom Wallace of Vancouver,
British Columbia, a brother James Scott and a stepson, James Busby, both resided in Vancouver.
Clement Scott had conducted a seed and feed store
here for many years. He came to Vancouver shortly
before the S.P. & S. bridge over the Columbia River
was built and worked for that railway before going
into business for himself. He joined in 1910 and was
active in the state affairs of the Elks Lodge, at one
time serving as grand lecturing knight, rising thru the
chairs of that lodge in 1912 to exalted ruler in 19171918. Besides that he served as president of the
Washington State Elks association in 1920-1921 . He
also was a member of the Shrine. In 1904 Clement
Scott left his native Scotland and arrived in the
United State and in 1906 came to Vancouver with the
S.P. & S. Railroad. He associated himself with the
Red Ash seed companies in 1910. He was president
of the Vancouver Chamber Of Commerce, which he
headed in 1919 -1920. He and his wife built a
summer home on the Lewis River which was named
"Craigleith". Parents were not listed but both born
in Scotland. Ref: #3, #4, #6 (1900 Census),& #7.
SCOTT, KATHERINE/KATE (BUSBY)
b. Aug 1880 California, 23 Mar 1964, age 83y 7m.
Int. Mar 1964 in SW 151-2 Line 7. Widow of (1)
James A. Busby (1871-1906) and (2) Clement Scott
(1876-1931). Her aunt was Marie Huth De Sor
(1857-1932) widow of Louis B. De Sor (1849-1902)
both buried in NW 58 Line 14. Parents were John
Huth (1848-1897) and Julia Kop/Kopp (1857-1937)
both buried in SW 151 Line 7. Ref:#3, #6 (1900
Census).
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BUSBY, JAMES A.
b. 1871, d. 11 Mar 1906 of apendicitis, age 34y. Int
14 Mar 1906 in SW 151 Line 7. (JULIA HUTH).
Married to Katherine Huth (1880-1964) Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 152
SW 152 All bought 6/20/1894 by Charles S. Johnson
SW 152 S/2 bought 1/17/1896 by Thomas Thornton
JOHNSON, CHARLES S.
b. 31 Mar 1824, d. 8 Feb 1915 of nephritis, age 90y
11m 8d. Int. 10 Feb 1915 in SW 152 Line 8 (has
marker) "An amiable father at rest, is ever God his
image blest. The friend of man, the friend of truth,
the friend of age the guide of youth". He was the
widower to Evaline A. Johnson (1827-1894).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, EVALINE A.
b. 25 May 1827, d. 14 Jun 1894 of gangrene, age 67y
0m 19d. Int. 16 Jun 1894 in SW 152 Line 8 (has
marker) "Father O Father in thine arms and let her
henceforth be a messenger of love between our
human hearts and thee." Married to Charles S.
Johnson (1824-1915). She was a housewife. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
HIGH, CHARLES
b. 23 Oct 1847, d. 10 Feb 1915 of a cerebral
apoplexy, age 67y 5m 3d. Int. 13 Feb 1915 in SW
152 Line 8 (has marker) "The gift of god is eternal
life through Jesus Christ Our Lord." Widower of
Eveline E. High. Parents were not listed. NOTE:
but his brother may been Augustus High (1844-1927
born in Pennsylvania as were his parents) buried in
NW 69 Line 9. Ref: #3, & #6 (1900 -Augustus High).
HIGH, EVELINE E.
b. 20 Sep 1854, d. 27 Sep 1911 of apoplexy, age 57y
7d. Int. 2 Oct 1911 in SW 152 Line 8 (has marker)
"Soon shall we meet again, meet never to sever, Soon
will peace wreath her chain round us forever." She
was married to Charles High (1847-1915), she was a
housewife. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
TRULLINGER, EMMA L.
b. 23 Jun 1859, d. 27 Dec 1899, age 40y 6m 4d. Int.
Dec 1899 in SW 152 Line 8 (has marker "At Rest".
(J. HIDDEN). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 153
SW 153 All bought 3/20/1893 by James L. Reeder
169
SW 153 N/2 bought 1903 by Billy G. Galbraith of
Portland, Oregon
SW 153 S/2 bought 1903 by Miles Smith
GALBRAITH, JAMES C. *
b. 1842, d. 15 Apr 1903 of debility, age 60y. Int. 15
Apr 1903 in SW 153 N/2. He was married to Emaline
A. Pyland. He was a Civil War Veteran G.A.R.
Charged to son Billy N. Galbraith who married 16
Sep 1901 Clara Jane Calder. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #1 & #3.
GALBRAITH, EMALINE A.
b. Dec 1846 Tennessee, d. 21 Sep 1944 of heart
failure, age 97y 9m. Int. in SW 153-1 Line 9.
[ALEXANDER J.ROSE]. She was the widow of
James C. Galbraith. Parents were Joseph Bennett
and Elizabeth Pyland. Ref: #3 & #5.
GALBRAITH, ADDIE L.
b. 1872, d. 30 May 1912 of an inflamation of the
brain, age 39y. Int 31 May 1912 in SW 153 N/2 Line
9. Parents were not listed but she may have been
James C. Galbraith and Emaline A. Pyland. Ref: #3.
GALBRAITH, ROSE A.
b. 1882, d. 20 Oct 1911 of TB, age 29y. Int. 21 Oct
1911 in SW 153 N/2 Line 9. Parents were not
listed, but may have been James C. Galbraith and
Emaline A. Pyland. Ref: #3.
SMITH, INFANT
b. 21 Jul 1903, d. 21 Jul 1903 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. 21 Jul 1903 in SW 153 S/2 Line 9. Parents
were not listed but may have been Mr. & Mrs. Miles
Smith. Ref: #3.
SMITH, DEAN HENRY
b. May 1904, d. 6 Oct 1904, age 5m. Int. 7 Oct 1904
in SW 153 S/2 Line 9. (MILES SMITH). Parents
were not listed, but may have been Mr. & Mrs.
Miles Smith. Ref: #3.
SW 154
SW 154 All bought 12/16/1893 by Jackson Hidden
HIDDEN, JACKSON
b. 3 Aug 1832 Albany, Orleans County, Vermont, d.
26 Jan 1912 of senility, age 79y 5m 23d. Int. 28 Jan
1912 in SW 154-3 Row 10 (has marker " I will
behold they face in righteousness. I shall be satisfied
when I awake in they likeness”). Psalm 17:5. He was
married 18 Sep 1867 in Vermont to Maria Louise
Trenholm (1847-1924). He was a merchant - had a
general store in Craftsbury, Vermont for 26 years
then January 3, 1889 arrived in Vancouver following
his brothers Arthur, Lowell, and Oliver Hidden who
had come west some 25 years before he did. He
belonged to the Congregational Church, lived at 722
Wasco St. Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
Died at home attended by Dr. W.G. Woodruff of
Portland. The funeral was 28 Jan 1912 at home with
Reverend Dr. Lawden. Pall bearers were W. W.
Sparks, M.B. Kies, C.C. Gridley, Glen N. Ranch,
Frank Eichenlaub and R.J. Firestone. Charged to wife
Mrs. Marie Louise Trenholm Hidden at home.
Parents were Oliver Moody Hidden (1801-1843
born in Vermont (the son of Eben Hidden and Sarah
Olmstead) and Louisa M. Wood the daughter of
Dexter Wood and Mary Lines she died 22 July 1855
in Craftsbury, Vermont). Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
HIDDEN, MARIA LOUISE
b. 14 Jun 1847 Kingsley, Quebec, Canada, d. 30 May
1924 senile when she died in Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon, age 76y 11m 14d. Int. 2 Jun 1924 in
SW 154-2 Line 10 (has marker "Because I live Ye
shall live also. John 14 Chapter 19. She was the
widow of Jackson Hidden (1832-1912) married 18
Sep 1867, she was a noted poet, writer and lecturer in
the Suffragette and Temperance movements. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Edward Trendholm. Edward
Trendholm was a prominent Canadian inventor. He
had patents in the United States, England and Canada
on his rotary snow plow and endless chain elevator.
Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 155
SW 155 ALL bought 7/7/1891 by Mrs. Ed H. Clark
CLARK, EDWARD PUTNAM *
b. 1860 Elmira, Chemung County, New York, d. 26
Feb 1890 of an accident, age 30y. Int. in SW 155
Line 11. (MRS. ADELE CLARK). He was a Soldier
of the U. S. Army for ten years, married to Adele
Theresa Burgy (1865-1920). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
HUBBARD, BENJAMIN
b. 1863, d. Feb 1900, age 37y. Int. 8 Feb 1900 in SW
155 N/2 Line 11.(MRS. E.P. CLARK HUBBARD).
He was married to Adele Theresa (Burgy) Clark (She
was married to (1) Edward Putnam Clark), and (2)
Benjamine Hubbard. Parents were not listed. Ref:
#1, #3.
HUBBARD, ADELE THERESA CLARK
b. 12 May 1865 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 29 Sep 1920 no cause listed,
age 55y 4m 17d. Int. 2 Oct 1920 in SW 155-5 Line
11. She was married (1) Edward Putnam Clark; they
had two children: (1) Edward Charles Clark (18881954) and (2) Frederick Clark (1890-1916) both born
Clark County Washington. Adele Burgy Clark
married (2) Benjamine Hubbard. Parents were John
Charles Burgy (1823-1901) born in Hershlisheim,
Alsace Lorraine, France (he was a Civil War Vet)
and Mary Ann Steffen (1826-1905) who was also
born in Alsace Lorraine, France. Both buried in St.
James Acres Cemetery. Ref: #1, #3, & #6 Clark
County, Washington 1900 Census.
HUBBARD, RICHARD E. *
b. 1849 England, d. ? no cause of the death was
listed, age ?. Inf. in SW 155 Line 11 (no record - he
may have been the father of Benjamin Hubbard. In
the 1870 Census is listed a “Richet” A. Hubbard age
21 born in England who was a clerk in a store. He
was a Soldier Co. G 14 U. S. for some time. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6 (1870 Census).
CLARK, EDWARD CHARLES
b. Apr 1888 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 11 Jan 1954 of heart failure, age 65y 9m. The
funeral and Int. Jan 1954 in SW 155-1 Line 11.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents were Edward
Putnam Clark (1860-1890 born in Elmira, New
York) and Adele Theresa Burgy (1865-1920 born in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory).
Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
CLARK, FREDERICK
b. 1890 Washington, d.8 Sep 1916 of general
paralysis of the insane, age 26y. Int. 10 Sep 1916 in
SW 155-3 Line 11. Parents were Edward Putnam
Clark (1860-1890) born in Elmira, New York and
Adele Theresa Burgy (1865-1920) born in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington Territory.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
CRAWFORD, HELEN G.
b. 1903/1904 Washington, d. 23 Jan 1987 no cause
was listed, age about 84y. Int. 27 Jan 1987 in SW
155-2 (by the family). [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SW 156
SW 156 N/2 bought about 1890 by John McGurn
170
SW 156 S/2 bought about 1890 by J.P. Putnam
McGURN, JOHN
b. Apr 1853 Kentucky, d. 10 Sep 1913 of apoplexy,
age 56y 5m. Int. 11 Sep 1913 in SW 156-3 Line 12
(has marker "Father"). He was married to Shanna
Janette McGurn. In the 1900 Clark County
Washington Census he was a policeman and rented
his home. Parents were not listed, but his mother
was born in Kentucky. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
McGURN, SHANNA JANETTE
b. Apr 1860 Norway, d. Apr 27 1924 of acute
myocarditis, age 64y. Int. 30 Apr 1924 in SW 156-4
Line 12 (has marker "Mother"). (J. McGURN).
Parents were not listed but her father was born in
Germany and her mother was born in Norway.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
McGURN, EDITH REBECCA
b. Nov 1878 Utah, d. 6 Mar 1964 was senile, age 85y
5m. Int. 11 Mar in SW 156-6 Line 12. (J. PADDEN)
[HAMILTON MORTUARY]. In the 1900 Census
she was listed as a telephone girl. Parents were John
McGurn (1853-1913 Kentucky) and Shanna
Janette McGurn (1860-1924 Norway). Ref: #3.
McGURN, WILLIAM A.
b. 1881, d. 6 Mar 1890 of heart failure, age 8y. Int. 7
Mar 1890 in SW 156 N/2 Line 12 (has marker
"Brother").[J. McGURN]. Parents were John
McGurn (1853-1913 Kentucky) and Shanna
Janette McGurn (1860-1924 Norway). Ref: #3.
PUTNAM MARSHAL and ELIZABETH
PUTNAM
b. Marshal Putnam has no dates when or where he
was born or died; Elizabeth Putnam was born in
1820, d. 22 Sep 1890, age 70y. Int. 23 Sep 1890 in
SW 156 S/2 line 12 (one marker with Marshal and
Elizabeth Putnam). They were probably man and
wife. (No RECORDS). They were related to Edward
Putnam Clark (perhaps his grand parents). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
PUTNAM, KATIE
b. 1871, d. 22 Mar 1890 of consumption, age 19y.
Int. 24 Mar 1890 in SW 156 S/2 Line ?. Parents
were not listed, but were probably R.C. Putnam &
Henrietta Elizabeth Tanner (daughter of Albert H.
Tanner and Marcella Kelly). Ref: #3.
SW 157
171
SW 157 N/2 bought by William Ahern
SW 157 S/2 bought by Charles Atkins
A'HERN, BERNIECE
b. 24 Aug 1895, d. 5 Oct 1901 of larygitis infection,
age 6y 10m 11d. Int.in SW 157 N/2 Line 13. Parents
were William H. & N.L. A'hern. Ref: #3.
ATKINS, CHARLES BURWELL III
b. 1885, d. 12 Nov 1889 of diptheria, age 4y. Int. 14
Nov 1889 in SW 157 S/2 Line 13. Parents were
Charles Burwell Atkins Jr. & Laura Margaret
Hagwood [daughter of Emily Louise DuBois who
was the daughter of William Blair DuBois] and
Robert William Hagwood Sr. Ref: #3.
WIGGS, G. WILLIAM
b. ?. d. Mar 1890, age ? Int. 5 Mar 1890 in SW 157
N/2. [Related to William H. A'Hern who married
Nora Wiggs 5 Sep 1887 in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington is buried in NE 44 N/2 Line 5]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 158
SW 158 N/2 bought about 1889 by Edward Pfister
SW 158 S/2 bought 1889 by S.W Eves
PFISTER, EDWARD
b. 18 Sep 1888, d. 26 Aug 1889 of dysentery, age
11m. Int. 28 Aug 1889 in SW 158 N/2 Line 14.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
PFISTER, MINNIE
b. 5 Sep 1890, d. 3 May 1892 of a spinal disease. age
1y 8m. Int. 4 May 1892 in SW 158 N/2 Line 14.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
EVES, LILLY/LIBBY MAY
b. May 1889, d. 25 Aug 1889 of cholera infantum,
age 3m. Int. 26 Aug 1889 in SW 158 N/2 Line 14
.(ED PFISTER). Parents were not listed, but child
was probably a member of the Henry Eves Family.
Ref: #3.
SW 159
SW 159 All bought 1888 by P. Pearson
PEARSON, OLAF PETER
b. 29 Oct 1850 Sweden, d. 1 Aug 1915 of probable
cancer of the stomach and chronic rheumatism died
at 9:30 PM, age 74y 9m 2d. Int. 3 Aug 1915 in SW
159-2 line 15. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Maria ( ) Pearson (1835-1922 has marker
next to husband). He was a farmer, Swedish Luthern
Church, lived at Hazel Dell Ave. and Main Streets in
Hazel Dell area of Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral was 3 Aug 1915
2:30 PM at KNAPP CAPEL with Reverend J.H.
Berringer. Charged to daughter Mrs. Matilda
(Andrew S.) Quarenburg. Parents were Per Polson
and Ingrid Olson both born in Sweden. Ref: #2, #3
& #4.
PEARSON, MARIA
b. 19 Nov 1835 Sweden, d. 25 Jun 1922 of senility
and mitral insufficency, age 86y 7m 6d. Int. 27 Jun
1922 in SW 159 -4 N/2. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
She was the widow of Olaf Peter Pearson (18501915). She was a housewife and a Luthern, lived in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. C.C. Wilcox 803 Morgan Bldg,
Portland, Oregon. The funeral was 27 Jun 1922 2 PM
at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Luther B. Deck.
Ordered by John Pearson, Vancouver. Charged to
Mrs. Matilda P. Quarnberg. Parents were John
Johnson and Carried Peterson both born in
Sweden. Ref: #3 & #4.
PEARSON, AXEL
b. 12 Aug 1866 Engleholm, Sweden, d. 6 Aug 1888
of an intermittent fever, age 21y 11m 6d. Int. 8 Aug
1888 in SW 159 Line 15. Parents were Olaf Peter
Pearson (1841-1915) and Maria Johnson (18351922) both born in Sweden. Ref: #3.
RASENBERG, EDWARD L.
b. 1869, d. 26 Aug 1916, age 47y. Int. 28 Aug 1916
in SW 159-3 Line 15. (NO RECORD). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 160
SW 160 All bought by R.R. Cole. NOTE: R.R. Cole
name not found in Reference books.
COLE, R.R. (MALE)
b. Feb 1847 Canada, d. 15 Apr 1928 of apoplexy, age
81y 2m. Int. 18 Apr 1928 in SW 160-3 Line 16.
(SELF). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
COLE, VINA ELIZABETH
b. Jun 1853 Oregon, d. 21 Dec 1935 of an infection
of the gall bladder, age 82y 6m. Int. 24 Dec 1935 in
SW 160-3. (R.R. COLE). She was the widow of R.R.
Cole. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
COLE, CHARLOTTE
b. 3 Nov 1879, d. 17 Apr 1888 of inanition, age 5m
14d. Int. in SW 160 Line 16. Parents were R.R. Cole
(1847-1928) and Vina Elizabeth Cole (1847-1928).
Ref: #3.
SW 161
SW 161 All bought about 1885 by Henrietta McIrvin
HEASHEL, HENRIETTA LOUISA (McIrvin)
b. 21 Aug 1854 Illinois, d. 19 Jan 1917 of mitral
heart disease at 12:05 AM, age 62y 5m 29d. Int. 21
Jan 1917 in SW 161-5 Line 16. [KNAPP
MORTUARY.] She was twiced widowed. She
married (1) Samuel McIrvin married 14 Feb 1872
and (2) William L. Heashel. She was a housewife,
lived at 509 West 5th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Died at St. Joseph's Hospital in
Vancouver attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 21 Jan 1917 10:30 AM
at KNAPP CHAPEL and grave site. Charged to
Clark County Welfare and to John Fellers. Parents
were Alfred E (Red) Munsell (1825- 1893 born in
Ohio) who lived in New York buried in Livingston
Cemetery D.S. 112 Sec 3 Proebstel (now abandoned)
also buried are his wife Clara Montgomery sons:
Horace A. Munsell and Charles. Henriettta Heashel's
mother was Sarah Martha Bennett Scoville (26 Oct
1829 born in Amhurst New York/ New Hampshire
she died ca 13 Sep 1870 at Buena Vista, Oregon
when her 11th child was born (she is probably buried
in Buena Vista, Oregon). This child also died on the
18 Sep 1870. The rest of the family migrated to
Oregon in 1870 and on 17 Oct 1887 Alfred Munsell
took out a homestead located in Proebstel, Clark
County Washington. He was a wagon maker. Ref: #2,
#3, #4 & #6 (1880 Census).
McIRVIN, MARY JANE
b. 1842 Illinois, d. 7 Jan 1885 of consumption in
Kalama, Washington, age 43y. Int. 9 Jan 1885 in SW
161 Line 16 (no marker). (SELF). She was the Wife
of William S. McIrvin who met Mary Jane Fox in
Ohio and they were married 18 Oct 1859. William
McIrvin enlisted in the army during the Civil War
and was stationed in Walla Walla, Washington until
1863, then moved to Lynn County, Oregon. They
moved back to Walla Walla the next year. Jim Fox,
Mary's brother served in the Army with William.
After the war William S. McIrvin took up a
Homestead in the area of Battle Gound, in Clark
County, Washington. Mary Jane and William Smith
McIrvin had 10 living children, when she died she
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left a baby girl of two weeks old. After Mary Jane's
death William remarried to "Martha" and they had
three children, but Martha left all the Chldren and
husaband and her small children at home in Battle
Ground; Jim Fox, Mary Jane's brother, stepped in and
took care of them all. Parents were named "Fox".
Ref: #2, #3, & #6 (1870 & 1871 Census).
McIRVIN, BRUTUS
b. 9 Sep 1877 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory, d. 29 Sep 1891 of consumption, (NOTE:it
may have been he was beaten to death, by whom it
didn't list), age 14y. Int. 30 Sep 1891 in SW 161 Line
16. (MRS. McIRVIN). Parents were Samuel
McIrvin (1840-1887 born in Pennsylvania), a Civil
War Vet Pvt. CO. H. IBN Washington Territory
Infantry and a farmer who is buried in SE 71 Line 10
and mother was Henrietta Louisa Munsell (18541917 Ohio), (daughter of Alfred E. (Red) Munsell
and Clara Montgomery) she later married William L.
Heashel. Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 Census).
McIRVIN, FLORENCE/FLORA L.
b. 1879 Washington Territory, d. May 1908, age 29y.
Int 4 May 1908 in SW 161 Line 16. (MRS.
McIRVIN). Parents were Samuel McIrvin(18401887 born in Pennsylvania) and Henrietta Louisa
Munsell (1854-1917 Ohio). Ref: #3.
McIRVIN, MARY A.
b. 1873 Washington Territory, d. 30 Oct 1886 of
consumption, age 13y. Int. 1 Nov 1886 in SW 161
Line 16 . Parents were Samuel McIrvin (1840-1887
born in Pennsylvaia) and Henrietta Louise Munsell
(1854-1917 Ohio). Ref: #3.
HILL, GEORGE P.
b. 1897, d. 13 May 1908, age 11y. Int. 14 May 1908
in SW 161 (no marker). Parents were not listed, but
may have been George and Annie Hill. Ref: #3.
SW 162
SW 162 All bought 9/22/1891 by John Howell
HOWELL, JOHN
b. 28 Dec 1830, d. 16 Nov 1917 of old age, age 86y
10m 19d. Int. 19 Nov 1917 in SW 162-3 Line 15.
Widower of Amelia Howell (1855-1907). Pioneer
farmer of Washington Territory he arrived about
1850 and bought the 640 acre donation land Claim on
Sauvies Island from Martin Gilliham. Parents were
Benjamin Howell (1794-1886) and Elizabeth
Howell (1801-1887) both buried in SW 129 Line
16. Ref: #1 & #3.
HOWELL, AMELIA
b. 3 Mar 1855, d. 18 Sep 1907 of apoplexy, age 52y
6m 15d. Int. in SW 162-4 Line 15. She was married
to John Howell (1830-1917). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
HOWELL, JOSEPH WILLIS
15 Apr 1883 Washington, d. 22 Sep 1891 of
diptheria, age 7y 7m 7d. Int. in SW 162-1 Line 15.
Parents were not listed but may be grandparents
were John & Amelia Howell. Ref: #3.
LANPHER, MABEL A.
b. Dec 1876 Washington, d. 20 Jan 1965 of a stroke,
age 81y 1m. Int. 23 Jan 1965 in SW 162 Line 15. (.
HOWELL) VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Parents were not listed but may have been John
Howell (1830-1917) and Amelia Howell (18551907). Ref: #3 & #5.
SW 163
SW 163 N/2 bought by J.B. Adams
SW 163 S/2 bought 1891 by William Dill
DILL, WILLIAM
b. 7 Oct 1857, d. 10 Oct 1891 of typhoid fever, 34y
0m 3d. Int. 12 Oct 1891 in SW 163 Line 14 (has
marker "Gone Home") [SELF). Parents were not
listed.Ref: #3.
SW 164
SW 164 N/2 bought 7/12/1892 by Mrs. Samuel
Morrison
SW 164 S/2 bought 1892 by John Minsh
MORRISON, SAMUEL G.
b. 1844, d. 11 Jul 1892 of a bowel complaint, age
48y. Int. 12 Jul 1892 in SW 164 N/2 Line 13.
(SELF). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
MINSH, ELIZABETH
b. 17 Apr 1842 Switzerland, d. 27 Jan 1893 of a brain
fever, age 50y 8m 10d. Int. 29 Jan 1893 in SW 164
S/2 Line 13. (JOHN MINSH). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
SW 165
SW 165 All bought 5/28/1892 by C.L. McClaflin
McCLAFLIN, SARAH
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b. 1869, d. 28 May 1892 of intermitanal fever, age
23y. Int. 29 May 1892 in SW 165 (no marker). (G.L.
McCLAFLIN). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 166
SW 166 N/2 bought 9/13/1891 by William Helman
SW 166 S/2 bought 10/30/1893 by P. Ferrell
HELMAN, CATHARINA
b. 1851, d. 12 Sep 1892 of consumption, age 41y. Int.
13 Sep 1892 in SW 166 N/2 Line 10. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
LIVINGSTON, E.D. (MALE)
b. 1852, d. 9 Jan 1896 no cause was listed, age 44y.
Int. 13 Jan 1896 in SW 166 S/2 Line 11. (P.
FERRELL). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SEARS, GEORGE
b. 1840, d. 29 Oct 1893 of an overdose of morphine
(laudimun), age 53y. Int. 1 Nov 1893 in SW 166 S/2
Line 11 (has marker "In Memory of George
Sears").(P. FERRELL). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
SW 167
SW 167 S/2 bought 1/17/1895 by Robert J. Taylor
TAYLOR, ROBERT JERAN
b. 8 Dec 1855 Hamilton Heights, Canada, d. 13 Feb
1910 of paralysis & epilepsy, age 54y 2m 5d. Int. 15
Feb 1910 in SW 167 Line 10. [KNAPP
MORTUARY.] Married to Emma Gustava (18551942). He was a retired lumberman, belonged to the
English Luthern Church, lived at 900 West 9th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington and died at
home. The funeral was 15 Feb 1910 at the English
Luthern Church with Reverend W.I. Eck. Charged to
his wife at home. Notes:The Family members were
(1) Mrs. Emma G. Taylor, Portland Oregon, (2) Mrs.
John Smith 235 6th St. Portland Oregon, (3) Mrs.
Wallace Woolf RFD#3 Vancouver Washington and
(4) Robert J.Taylor of Marysville, California. They
also had an adopted son (5) George Taylor in
Oregon. Parents were not listed but father was
born in Scotland and mother in Canada. Ref: #3,
#4, & #6 (1900 Census).
TAYLOR, EMMA GUSTAVA
b. 13 Feb 1855 Illinois, d. 23 Feb 1942, age 87y 0m
10d, Int. 15 Feb 1910 in SW 167 Line 10. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Robert Jeran
Taylor (1855-1910 has marker next to wife), a
housewife, a Protestant, lived at 1920 Broadway
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington - had lived in
the State for 60 years, died at home attended by Dr.
Floyd O'Hara of Vancouver. The funeral was 25 Feb
1942 (Wednesday) 2:30 AM at KNAP CHAPEL with
Reverend Walter I. Eck of Portland. Ordered by and
charged to daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Smith and Mrs.
Lillian (Wallace) Woolf, and the State of Washington
Old Age Fund. Parents were John Hokanson &
Ellen Pearson both born in Sweden. Ref: #3, #4 &
#6 (1900 Census).
TAYLOR, GEORGE F.
b. 22 Jan 1888 Oregon, d. 31 Jul 1905, age 17y 7m
9d Int. 1 Aug 1905 in SW 167 Line 10 (has marker).
"In loving remembrance of George F. Taylor. Gone
but not forgotten. Peaceful by they silent slumber.
Peaceful to they grave so low. Thou no more will join
our number. Thou no more our sorrow know. Let
again we have to meet thee when the day of life is
fled and in heaven with joy to greet thee where no
farewell tears are shed". He was an adopted son
Robert Jeram and E,,a Gustava Perarson Taylor may have been their nephew. Parents were Levi S.
Taylor (b. ca 1854 New York) & Sarah. Ref: #3,
#6 (1900 Census).
TAYLOR, JOHN RANDOLPH
b. 8 Feb 1894, d. 16 Jan 1895, age 11m 23d, Child,
Int. in SW 167 S/2 Line 10 (has marker). "Gone but
not forgotten, in heaven we hope to meet him".
Parents were Robert Jeran & Emma Gustava
Hokanson. Ref: #3
SW 168
SW 168 N/2 bought 1/6/1895 by Henry Schumacher
SW 168 S/2 bought 12/1894 by A.E. Hockinson
SCHUMACHER, HENRY
b. Aug 1824 Germany, d. 18 Apr 1902 of debility,
age 78y. Int. 18 Apr 1902 in SW 168 N/2 Line 9.
Widower of Elizabeth Shoemaker, Clark County
1900 Census lived as a boarder with Thomas Corless
family. (Probably the brother of Albion Schumacher
born 1834 in Germany who was a farmer and
gardener). Parents were born in Germany. Ref: #3
& #6 (1900 Census).
SCHUMACHER, ELIZABETH
b. 1835 d. 5 Jan 1895 of an injury when she fell, age
60y. Int. 7 Jan 1895 in SW 168 N/2 Line 9. (H.
SCHUMACHER). She was married to Henry
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Schumaker (1824-1902). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
SMITH, KNUTE
b. Nov 1861 Denmark, d. 8 Dec 1948 senile, 86 11m.
Int. 9 Dec 1948 in SW 168-3 Line 2. He was the
widower of Hanne Smith (1866-1911). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
SMITH, HANNE AZUBA
b. 1866, d. 22 Dec 1911 cause was not listed, age 80y
7m. Int. 24 Dec 1911 in SW 168-2 Row 2. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was married to Knute Smith
(1861-1948), a housewife lived at 1014 East B St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Edward F. Hixon. The funeral was 24
Dec 1911 at home with Reverend W.A. Bond.
KNAPP CHAPEL. Ordered by Mrs. Estelle
Chumasero (1859-1944), I.J.R. Garvey and Bus
Smith. Charged to A.C. Chumasero (the druggist).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4
HOKANSON/HOCKINSON, JOHN/JOHNES
b. 15 Sep 1820, d. 8 Dec 1894 of bladder trouble, age
74y 2m 2d. Int. 10 Dec 1894 in SW 168 S/2 Line 9.
He was married to Ellen ( ) Hockinson (1821-1902).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
HOKANSON/HOCKINSON, ELLEN
b. 20 Sep 1827, d. 13 Apr 1902 of old age 81y. Int.
14 Apr 1902 in SW 168 S/2 (has marker "Weep not
that his toils are over, Weep not that his race is run,
God grant we may rest as calmly when our work like
his is done). (AUGUST E.
HOCKINSON/HOKANSON). She was the widow of
Johanes Hokanson. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 169
SW 169 N/2 bought 9/19/1901 by W.W. Abbott of
Portland
SW 169 S/2 bought 2/3/1903 by Mrs. E.A. (Alice)
Hudson
ABBOTT, LUCETTA G.
b. 1836, d. 18 Sep 1901 of heart trouble, age 65. Int.
20 Sep 1901 in SW 169 N/2 Line 8.(WILLIAM W.
ABBOTT).She was probably the widow of William
W. Abbott. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
ADAMS, H. B. (MALE)
b. 1853, d. 19 Jan 1892 of debility, age 39y. Int. 12
Jan 1892 (SELF) in SW 169-N/2 line 14. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
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HUDSON, EDWARD A.
b. Nov 1849 New York, d. 2 Feb 1903 of debility,
age 53y 9m. Int. 3 Feb 1903 in SW 169 S/2 Line 8.
(MRS. ALICE HUDSON). He was married to (1)
unknown and (2) Clark County 1900 Census in
Census Alice ( ) Hudson (b. Nov 1864 New York- )
Edward was "A Forage master for the United States
Government", rented his home. Parents were not
listed but both were born in New York. Ref: #3 &
#6 (1900 Census).
HUDSON, EDWARD A. Jr.
b. 1864 New York, d. 15 Mar 1939, age 75y. Int. 18
Mar 1939 in SW 169 S/2 Line 8. Parents were
Edward A. Hudson (1849-1903) and mother was
not listed both born in New York. Ref: #3.
SW 170
SW 170 N/2 bought 1901 by J.C. Sandstrong
SW 170 S/2 bought 8/8/1901 by L. Chevalley
SANDSTROM, GEORGE W.
b. 5 Sep 1896 Oregon, d. 5 Nov 1912 he died of a
gun shot wound to the head by a 22 rifle, Note:it was
either a suicide or a murder, age 16y 2m 0d. Int. in
SW 170-2 N 1/2 Line 7 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
He was laid beside his mother, Jacobina Sanstrom
(1864-1901). The home address was not listed. The
body was found 28 Nov 1912 near Tacoma, Pierce
County, Washington, attended by Pierce County
Coroner, William B. McCrery, Health Officer of
Tacoma, Washington. The funeral was 26 Nov 1912
at Tacoma and the body was shipped to Vancouver
where a grave site was held at 2:45 PM in Vancouver
with Reverend H.S. Templeton was held 13 Dec
1912, KNAPP CHAPEL. Ordered by C.C. Mellinger
of Tacoma Washington. Charged to Arthur
Sandstrom of Portland Oregon. Parents not listed
but were Charles Sandstrom(1865-? is not buried in
plot with wife) & Jacobina Sandstrom (1864-1901)
both born in Norway. Ref: #3 #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
SANDSTROM, JACOBINA
b. 1864 Norway, d. 17 Aug 1901 of typhoid fever,
age 37y.Int. 17 Aug 1901 in SW 170 N/2 line 7
(SELF) (has marker) "Mother". Married to Charles
Sanstrom also born in Norway, came to the US in
1882 and went first to New Mexico where their
oldest child, Arthur, was born. She was a housewife
and mother. The children were:(1) Arthur, (2)
Christina, (3) Frederick, (4) George and (5) William.
Parents were not listed, but were both born in
Norway. Ref: #3, & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 171
PROEBSTEL, ANDREW JACKSON
b. 26 Feb 1854 Clark County, Washington, d. 16 Dec
1942 of a cerebral thrombosis, age 88y 9m 20d. Int.
18 Dec 1942 in SW 171 Line 6. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was the widower of Minnie
Agnes Nye (1858-1931). Andrew J. Proebstel was a
retired farmer and at one time had an auto dealership,
baliff of the court, member of the Elks Club and St.
Lukes Episcopal Church lived at 2007 Broadway St.,
Vancouver, - had lived in the State for 88 years, died
at 2309 Miller St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. Frank Boersma of
Vancouver. The funeral was 18 Dec 1942 (Friday) 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Charles S.
Mook of Vancouver. Ordered by and charged to
daughter Mrs. Minnie A. (Frank) Wilcox and the
State of Washington Old Age Assistant Fund.
Parents were Jacob Proebstel (1817-1888 born in
Berlin Germany) and Margaretta Knogt (18181861 born in Germany). They came to Washingtion
Territory in 1852 both are buried in NW 67 live 10
(have markers). Ref: #1, #3, #4, #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 and 1900 Census).
PROEBSTEL, MINNIE AGNES
b. 7 Dec 1858 The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon, d.
18 Dec 1931 of paralysis in Clark County
Washington, age 73y 0m 11d. Int. 22 Dec 1931 in
SW 171 Line 6 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the
wife of Andrew J. Proebstel, a housewife, Episcopal,
lived at 2007 Broadway St., Vancouver, Washington,
died at the Clark County General Hospital attended
by Dr. R.B. Gale of Vancouver. The funeral was 21
Dec 1931 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Dr. Coleman E. Byram. Ordered by husband, Andrew
Probstel, daughter Mrs. Minnie (Frank) Wilcox and
daughter Mrs. Elsie Nye (Edward Giles) Selby both
buried in same plot also a daughter Edna Proebstel is
in plot. Parents were John Wirt Nye (1829-1866
born in Wythe County, Virginia) and Cynthia
Charity Switzler (1836-1881 born in Salina County,
Missouri) who later married Colonel Benjamin F.
Shaw Int. in Vancouver City Cemetery and all have
markers; came to Oregon Territory in 1849). Ref: #1,
#3, #4, #6 (1860, 1870, 1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
PROEBSTEL, EDNA
b. 14 Jun 1889 Clark County, Washington, d. 28 May
1894 no cause was listed, age 4Y 11m 14d. Int. 29
May 1894 in SW 171-3 Line 6 (MRS. W.D. SMITH)
Has a marker: “One more Angel more in heaven.”
Parents were Andrew Jackson Proebstel (18541942 born in Clark County, Washington
Territory) and Minnie Agnes Nye (1858-1931 born
Wasco County Oregon). Ref: #1, & #3.
WILCOX, FRANK
b. Jan 1871 Michigan, d. 19 Mar 1950 in an auto
accident, age 78y 9m. Int. 24 Mar 1950 in SW 171-1
Line 6. (PROEBSTEL) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He
was a widower, married 20 Jun 1900 to Minnie
Frances Proebstel (1881-1944). He was a bicycle
dealer in 1900 and a laborer. Parents were Henry H.
Wilcox & Sophia Burns both born in New York.
Ref: #1, #3, #4 #6 (1900 Census).
WILCOX, MINNIE FRANCES
b. 7 Apr 1881 Clark County, Washington Territory,
d. 8 Jun 1944 of heart failure, age 63y 3m 1d. Int. 12
Jun 1944 in SW 171 Line 6. (ESTATE) [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Married 20 Jun 1900 to Frank
Wilcox (1871-1950), housewife. Parents were
Andrew Jackson Proebstel (1854-1942 Clark
County, Washington Territory) and Minnie Agnes
Nye (1858-1931 The Dalles, Wasco County,
Oregon). Ref:#1, #3, #4, #6 Clark County
Washington Territory 1900 Census.
SW 172
SW 172 All bought 1902 by Mrs. (Lillian) J.M. Wirt
WIRT, JAMES M.
b. 1859 Iowa, d. Sep 1902 age 43y. The funeral and
Int. 2 Sep 1902 in SW 172 N/2 Line 5. He was
married to (1) Mary Agnes Bunch 1871-1891, she
and her baby died in childbirth, and (2) Lillian
D."Lillie" Adams (born ca 1865 New York died 1933
the daughter of Josh H. Adams and Sarah Barker) she
had two daughters (a) Beulah Wirt (1892-1918 she
married Harry Nelson and (b) Ethel L. Wirt (18941936) who married Melvin E. Wilcox. Lillian D.
Adams Wirt married (2) 18 Apr 1906 in Clark
County, Washington James William Charlton as his
2nd wife) and she had six children by him. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #2 & #3 NOTE: James M. Wirt
was not listed in a Clark County Washington Census.
WILCOX, ETHEL LOUISE
b. 11 Nov 1894 Iowa, d. 5 Mar 1936 of pneumonia,
age 41y 3m 24d. Int. 8 Mar 1936 in SW 172-3.
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[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married to Melvin
E. Wilcox, a housewife, Christian Science, lived at
214 East 19th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Died at St. Joseph's Hospital in
Vancouver attended by Dr. R.G. Gale of Vancouver.
The funeral was 8 Mar 1936 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Christian Science reader Major
William Farr. Ordered by and charged to husband
Melvin E. Wilcox. Parents were James Wirt (18591902 born in Iowa in Plot 172 N/2 Line 2 has
marker and Lillie Adams born (1863-1932) in New
York who was cremated at Lincoln Memorial
Crematorium in Portland Oregon she married (2)
James William Charleton. Ref: #2, #3, #4,
WILCOX, INFANT (FEMALE)
b. 21 May 1923 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 21 May 1923, age 00y. Int. in SW
172 Line 5 . Charged to [Mrs. JAMES M. WIRT].
Parents were Melvin E. Wilcox & Ethel Louise
Wirt (1894-1936). Ref: #3.
RAYBURN, VESTA
b. 15 Mar 1883, d. 2 Jan 1914 of pulmonary TB at
5:15 AM, age 30y 9m 18d. Int. 4 Jan 1914 in SW
172-3 Line 5 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
moved 7 Mar 1935 to SW 172-5 by agreement
between James Wirt and Melvin E. Wilcox. She was
single, an invalid, Christian Scientist, lived with Mrs.
W.H. Medaris at 209 W. 11th St. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
C.C. Wilcox of Vancouver. The funeral was 4 Jan
1914 at KNAPP CHAPEL with a Christian Science
Reader, Charged to Mrs. W.H. Medaris. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 173
SW 173 N/2 bought 4/1902 by William J. Whiteman
born 1867 in Iowa, a farm laborer in the 1900 Clark
County Census married to Lillian Luella Franklin
(1873-1902).
SW 173 S/2 bought 7/2/1909 by M.O. Seymour
GORDON, LESLIE
b. 1896, d. 9 Oct 1905 of intermittant fever, age 9y.
Int. 11 Oct 1905 in SW 173 N/2 Line 4 (WILLIAM J.
WHITEMAN) Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WHITEMAN, LILLIAN LUELLA
b. 23 Jan 1871 Port Horon Michigan, d. 4 Apr 1902 a
day after giving birth to twin girls who also died, age
31y 3m 12d. Int. in SW 173 N/2 Line 4 (has marker
"Darling sister thou aren’t gone to they Savior. Thou
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hast left us alone here to weep. We shall miss thee
and mourn for thee darling till we meet at the Saviors
feet". Wife of William J. Whiteman. Parents were
Herbert Franklin (1841 Pennsylvania) and Della L.
Franklin (1841 New York). Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
WHITEMAN, CLARA & CLARICE (twins)
b. 3 Apr 1902 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, (one child was stillborn and the other
child lived for 2 days d. 5 Apr 1902). Infants-girls,
died with their mother and are buried with her. Int. 5
Apr 1902 in SW 173 N/2 Line 4 (have a marker" The
way seemed too dark for their tiny feet, so they flew
to their mothers arms." Parents were William J.
Whiteman & Lillian Luella Franklin. Ref: #3.
SEYMOUR, MARK O.
b. 1859 French Canada, d. 17 Nov 1941 in an auto
accident, age 84y. Int. 22 Nov 1941 in SW 173-2
Line 4. Parents were not listed but were born in
Franch Canada. Ref: #3.
SEYMOUR, MALVINA
b. Mar 1847 French Canada, d. 1 Jul 1902, age 55y.
Int. 2 Jul 1902 in SW 173 S/2 Line 4. She was
married to Mark O. Seymour (1857-1941), Parents
were not listed but were born in French Canada.
Ref: #3.
SW 174
SW 174 N/2 bought 10/27/1902 by William Reese
Anderson
SW 174 S/2 bought 7/9/1902 by H. Reynolds
SW 174 S/2- 2/3 of bought 6/20/1905 by W. Berdue
ANDERSON, WILLIAM REESE
b. 22 Jun 1822 Washington County, Virginia, d. 30
Oct 1902, age 80y 4m 8d. Int. Oct 1902 in SW 174
N/2 Line 3. He was married 27 Feb 1851 to Sarah
Jane Sturgess - he was 29 years old and she was not
quite 14 years. William Anderson arrived in Oregon
in 1848. After their marriage they lived opposite St.
Johns below Portland, Oregon. (St. Johns was then a
part of the Washington Territory), they moved down
to the mouth of the Willamette and later they moved
across the Columbia River where the two rivers join
to the Hazel Dell area of Vancouver, Washington to
their donation Claim of 640 acres. They had 14
children before he died. In 1855 William and Sarah
Jane Anderson started a family style restaurant and
lodging in what is now what is called “Hazel Dell”. It
is the oldest continued restaurant in the State of
Washington "The Totem Pole". The original building
has been replaced. It has passed through a number of
owners since the Anderson's owned it. Parents were
Jacob Anderson & Lucite Killing both born in
Virginia. Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1860, 1870, 1871, 1880,
1900 Census).
ANDERSON, SARAH JANE
b. 3 Sep 1837 Balliots Springs Saratoga, New York,
d. 16 Jun 1912 of cancer of the stomach, age 74y 9m
13d. Int. in SW 174 N/2 Line 3. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Widow of William Reese Anderson
(1822-1902). Note:Sarah Sturgess was only 13 years
5 months and 24 days when she was married William
Note:Sarah Sturgess was only 13 years 5 months and
24 days when she was married William Reese
Anderson. She was a housewife and mother of 14
children. She lived, at the time of her death, 3 miles
north on Main St., Road, Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Charles
E.B. Flagg of Vancouver, no date of the funeral; it
was at home with Reverend A.W. Bond. Ordered by
sons Charles Anderson and William Reese Anderson
Jr. (1858-1920). Charged to the Estate and, Charles
Anderson and James P. Stapelton and Reese
Anderson. She was among the first white women to
settle in Vancouver area. She could speak the Indian
dialects fluently and assisted as an interpreter. The
Hazel Dell area of Vancouver is named for her. She
had 15 children: NOTE: The first two children were
born in Oregon, the other 13 children were born in
Washington Territory (1) Frank (died young); (2)
Charles H. (1853-?) married Laviniah L. Strong; (3)
William Reese Jr. (1858-1920) married Ida (18681935) they are buried in SW 182 Line 6; (4)Marilla
Eudora (1860-1954) married Edmond B. Gardener
(1848-1935) they are buried in SW 130 Line 15; (5)
Edward B. (1863-? married Emma Bates; (6) Estella
F. (1864-?) married Robert E. Shedd; (7) Lucretia
(1870-1896) married George Baxter she is buried in
SW 30 Line 14; (8) George W. (1868/1869-?)
married Effie Fields; (9) Frances/Tamy E. (1871-?)
married Frederick Pressler as his 2nd wife; (10)(Asa
(1870--1929) buried in SW 30 Line 14;(11) Minnie J.
(1875-1902) married George Hausch she is buried in
SW-148 Line 4; (12) Nina (1876/7-?); (13)Frank A.
(1877-1969) is buried in NW 214 Line 10 (14) Kate
A (1879-?) and (15) Robert E. Anderson (?). Parents
were Moses Sturgess b. Eagle, New York drowned
crossing the Snake River in 1847 on the way west in
a wagon train and Frances Elizabeth Weldon who
then settled in Clackamas County Oregon with her
three children. Ref: #1, #3, #4 #6 (1860,
1870,1871,1880,1900 Census).
BURDEN, HATTIE L.
b. Mar 1865 Michigan, d. 13 Jun 1911 of cancer, age
46y 3m. Int. 14 Jun 1911 SW 174 S/2 Line 3. She
was married Mar 1880 to W. Burden, a farmer with
107 acres. Parent’s names were not known but
both were born in New York. Ref: #3.
REYNOLDS, BERTHA MAY
b. 23 Mar 1881, d. 8 Jul 1902 of consumption, age
21y 3m 16d. Int. 9 Jul 1902 in SW 174 S/2 Line 3.
[W. BERDEN]. She was the wife of R.H. Reynolds.
Parents were W..... (1851 born in Ohio) a farmer in
the Harney Precinet of Clark County in 1900 &
Hattie L. Burden (1865 born in Minnesota). Ref:
#3.
SW 175
SW 175 All bought 8/1/1902 by Paul Young
SW 175 All bought 6/24/1913 by Paul Young
YOUNG, PAUL
b. 1848 Oswego, Oswego County, New York, d. 4
Jan 1916, age 68y. Int. 6 Jan 1916 in SW 175-1 Line
2. He was married to Betsey Elizabeth (Garrow)
Young. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Young. Ref: #3.
YOUNG, BETSY ELIZABETH
b. 22 Oct 1853 Oswego, Oswego County, New York,
d. 24 Nov 1943 no cause was listed, age 90y 1m 2d.
Int. 26 Nov 1943 in SW 175-2 Line 2 (has marker
"Betsy E.". She was the widow of Paul Young (18481916), housewife, lived at 700 West 7th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (had lived in
the State for 60 years), died at the Clark County
General Hospital attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall
of Vancouver. The funeral was 26 Nov 1943 (Friday)
1 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Fred C.
Taylor of Vancouver. Charged to son, Ward W.
Young, and daughter, Betsy Ann Lee. Another
daughter was Nora Young married 27 Apr 1910 in
Vancouver J. Vernon Snodgrass (son of James A.
Snodgrass and Esther A. Bone). Parents
were:Father ....Garrow and mother.... Enongler.
Ref: #3 & #4.
YOUNG, S.F. (FEMALE)
b. ?, d. 1902, age ?. Int. 1 Aug 1902 in SW 175 Line
2. [Paul Young]. Parents were Paul Young &
Betsey Elizabeth Garrow. Ref: #3.
178
YOUNG, EDWARD ARTHUR
b. 11 Apr 1892 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 15 Dec 1928 of general paresis, age
36y 8m 4d. Int. 15 Dec 1928 in SW 175-3 Line 2.
Divorced, a laborer, Methodist, lived at 404 Grant
St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
the Oregon State Hospital at Salem, Marion County
Oregon attended by Dr. Milton B. Steiner of Salem.
The funeral was 15 Dec 1928 10 AM at KNAPP
CHAPEL reception room with Reverend George W.
Frame. Ordered by James O. Blair. Charged to
mother, Mrs. Betsy A. Young at home and Dale
McMullen. A brother was W. Young of Camas, Clark
County, Washington. Parents were Paul Young
(1849-1916 has marker) and Betsy Elizabeth
Garrow (1853-1943) born in New York (has
marker). Ref: #3 & #4.
YOUNG, LOUIS F.
b. 26 Jun 1875, d. 31 Jul 1902, age 27y 1m 5d. Int. in
SW 175 Line 2. (has marker "A loved one from us is
gone, a voice we loved is stilled in our heart, that
never can be filled." [Paul Young]. Parents were
Paul Young & Betsey Elizabeth Garrow. Ref: #3 &
#6 (1900 Census).
SNODGRASS, NORA
b. ca 1886 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, d.
11 Jun 1912 died of eclampsia (a form of toxemia
during childbirth), age 26y. Int. 14 Jun 1912 in SW
175 Line 2. (has marker). She was married 27 Apr
1910 to J. Vernon Snodgrass. Parents were Paul
Young (1849-1916) & Elizabeth Garrow (18531943) both buried in SW 175 Line 2. Ref: #3.
SW 176
SW 176 N/2 bought 12/12/1893 by Thomas Jones
JONES,THOMAS *
b. 1842, d. 1 Aug 1903, age 61y. Int. 14 Jun 1912 in
SW 175 Line 2. [SELF] (has marker). He was
married to Katherine ( ) Jones. He was a Civil War
Vet CO. 1 48th Reg. Pennsylvania Vol. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
JONES, KATHERINE
b. 1848, d. 12 Sep 1931, age 83y. Int. in SW 176
Line 1 ashes. [NO RECORDS] Widow of Thomas
Jones. She was cremated. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
JONES, MARGARET E.
179
b. 1871, d. 12 Dec 1893 of consumption, age 22y.
Int. 13 Dec 1893 in SW 176 N/2 Line 1. (THOMAS
JONES). Parents were Thomas Jones (1842-1903)
and Katherine Jones (1848-1931). Ref: #3.
JONES, BENHAM
b. 14 Feb 1920, d. 14 Feb 1920 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. in SW 176 N/2 Line 1. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
BRADDOCK, John J. {?? See Note:}
b. 20 Jan 1855, d. ca 4 May 1895 died of exposure,
age 38y 11m 14d. Int. Jan 1894 in SW 176 S/2 Line 1
(Mrs. J. Braddock){Has marker "Gone but not
forgotten"}. He was married to Margaret ( ) (18571926); she married (2) Bert Eaton. NOTE:A John
Braddock, age 39y 11m b. ca 1855 was lost in the
mountains died about 4 May 1895; body found the 14
May 1895 maybe one and the same person. He is
listed in SW 116 S/2 Line 4. I can't find any reference
to a "Braddock" Maybe a newspaper clipping tells the
story. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
EATON, MARGARET BRADDOCK
figure out how the lines are seprated).
(Can’t
b. 1 Jan 1857 New York, d. 29 Apr 1926 of
arteriosclerosis, age 69y 3m 28d. Int. 5 May 1926 in
SW 176 S/2 Line 1. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Married to (1) John J. Braddock (1855-1894) and (2)
Bert C. Eaton. She was a housewife, lived at
Oakland, California, died at home attended by an
Oakland doctor. The funeral was 5 May 1926 10:30
AM at grave site with Reverend Colemanm Byram.
Ordered by G.H. Braddock (Note: a George H.
Braddock, born in New York was married Phamie
Wilson) was probably son of John J. and Margaret
Braddock. Charged to husband, Bert C. Eaton.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 177
SW 177 All bought 9/16/1893 by Mrs. Columbia
Lancaster
LANCASTER, COLUMBIA (Judge)
b. 26 Aug 1803 New Milford, New Haven County,
Connecticut, d. 15 Sep 1893 (Friday) in Vancouver,
Washington of old age, age 90y 0m 20d. Int. 17 Sep
1893 in SW 177 Line 1 (has marker "In loving
remembrance. A precious one from us has gone. A
voice we loved is stilled, a place is vacant in our
house, which never can be filled. God in his wisdom
has recalled the boon his love had given. And though
the body slumbers here the soul is safe in heaven."
He was 5'8" tall, ruddy complexion and red hair.
Note: When Lewis and Clark, the explores of the
Pacific Northwest, returned home one of them called
upon Benjamin Lancaster who had a new born son
named "Thomas." He was persuaded to change the
child's name to "Columbia" in honor of the Columbia
River. Columbia was the second child of fourteen
children. Columbia studied law and also taught
school. In 1830 he practiced law in White Pigeon, St.
Josephs County, Michigan and then to Centerville,
the County Seat. In 1837 in Canfield, Ohio he
married Rosannah Jones the daughter of Thomas
Jones and Sarah Wilson. After one aborted wagon
train in 1842 because his infant daughter died and his
wife Rosannah was ill. Columbia Lancaster in 1847
was the Captain of another wagon train in which he
brought his wife along and they arrived in Oregon
City, Oregon in September 1847 and Columbia
Lancaster, because he was a well known and well
liked lawyer was appointed Supreme Judge of the
Provisional Government. In 1849 the family moved
from Oregon City to his Donation Claim of 644.24
acres of land on the banks of the Lewis River in
Clark County, Washington Territory (it was Oregon
Territory until 1852). Eventually he built a big lovely
house that is now on the National Historical Register.
In 1854 Judge Lancaster was a delegate to Congress
from Washington's first Territoral Convention and
while in the Capitol he negotiated the purchase by the
U.S. Government to purchase all possession and
property of the Husdon's Bay Company held in the
United States. NOTE: In the 1870 Census there is
another “Lancaster - “Isaac” born 1829 in Ohio who
had a wife Sabra born 1833 in Indiana and had two
children born in Oregon Territory and three children
born in Washington Territory Isaac Lancaster may be
related ot Columbia Lancaster. Parents were
Benjamin Lancaster who died in ( -1867 in New
York) and Hannah Knowles who died in( - 1866
Connecticut) and are buried in the I.O.O.F.
Cemetery at Woodland, Cowlitz County,
Washington. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1850, 1860, 1870,
1871, 1880, Census).
LANCASTER, ROSANNAH
b. 1823 Canfield, Mahoning County, Ohio, d. 31 May
1903 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington of old
age, age 80y. Int. 1 Jun 1903 in SW 177 Line 1. She
was married 23 Aug 1837 to Columbia Lancaster
(she was only 14 and Columbia was 34). They had
four children, (1) a daughter who died in 1842 and
(2) Sarah Amelia (b. 1 May 1842 New Castle,
Pennsylvania or Oregon Territory Ref: 1850 Census).
Sarah Amelia married (a) Robert Owen Connley (he
must have died early, because she had a daughter
when se was 17 years old, Ann Connley born in
1859) and Sarah Amelia married (b) Henry Heitman.
Sarah Amelia (1842-1914) she is buried in SE 24 N/2
Line 8 have markers); (3) Hannah (1848-1945)
married Godfrey Tyskiewicz and is buried in
California, and (4) Wait Lancaster Heitman (1857-?)
married Clara L. Perkins both buried in Riverview
Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. Parents were
Thomas Jones & Sarah Wilson. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1850, 1860, 1870, 1871 & 1880 Census).
SW 178
SW 178 N/2 bought 4/20/1896 by Samuel Foraker
SW 178 S/2 bought 5/26/1896 by C.C. Calloway
FORAKER, SAMUEL *
b. 1 Jul 1824 Monroe County, Ohio, d. 17 Mar 1915
of pneumonia and paralysis, age 90y 8m 5d. Int.
beside his 1st wife in SW 178-2 N/2 Line 2 (has
marker). Married (1) Crissa Ann ( )Foracker (23
Dec 1829-19 Mar 1896). (2) Annie Mary Betts (b. 18
Nov 1871 Table Rock, Jackson County, Oregon d. (?
not interned in Plot SW 178), he was a farmer, a
retired soldier of the Civil War- CO. M 4th Missouri
SM Cavalry, lived at 25th & B Sts. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Edward F. Hixon of Vancouver. The funeral was 19
Mar 1915 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
J.E. Maley. Charge to wife Mrs. Anna Foracker at
home. Parents were James Foraker & Peggy Brill
both born in Ohio. Ref: #2 #3, #4,
FORAKER, CRISSA ANN
b. 23 Dec 1829, d. 19 Apr 1896, age 67y 7m 27d. Int.
in SW 178 S/2 Line 2 (has marker "We miss thee
from our home dear. We miss thee from thy place. A
shadow o'er our life is cast, we miss the sunshine of
thy face. We miss thy kind and willing hand, thy fond
and earnest care. Our home is dark without thee. We
miss thee everywhere." She was the first wife to
Samuel Foraker (1824-1915). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #2, #3
CALLOWAY, C. CHARLES
b. 1866, 6 Jan 1932, age 66y. Int. in SW 178 Line 2.
Plot was self owned. He was married to C.B. ( )
Callaway. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
CALLOWAY, ROY
180
b. 19 Jan 1890, d. 27 May 1896, age 6y 4m 8d. Int. in
SW 178 S/2 Line 2. (has marker "A light from our
home is gone. A voice we loved is stilled. A place is
vacant in our heart that never can be filled". Owner of
the plot Charles C. Calloway. Parents were Charles
C. Calloway & C.B.( ) Calloway. Ref: #3.
EMBREE, CLARA BELL
b. 1863, d. 1936, age 74y. Int. 1936 in SW 178-3
Line 2. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 179
SE 179 All bought 8/19/1918 N/2 by J.W. Aspland
SE 179 All bought 9/28/1898 All by Mary Elizabeth
Smith (wife of John Smith.
SMITH, JOHN W.
b. 1825 Ohio/Iowa, d. 25 May 1899 of consumption,
age 74y. Int. 26 May 1899 in SW 179 Line 3.
(MARY SMITH). He was married to Mary Elizabeth
(1845-1907) and he was a farmer. Parents were not
listed but his mother was born in Virginia. Ref: #3.
SMITH, MARY ELIZABETH
b. 1845 England, d. 6 Jul 1907 of TB, age 61y. Int. 8
Jul 1907 in SW 179 Line 3. She was the widow of
John W. Smith. Her children were first three born in
California, (1) Laura b. 1866, (2) Annie b. 1870, (3)
John P. (1872-1910), (4) Louisa b. 1873 born in
Oregon (5) Nettie (1877-1880 born in Washington
(6) Charles b. 1879 Washington and (7) Tessie
(1898-1900) and (8) Lulu, and (9) Frederick Smith he
was married to Ida ( ) Smith. Parents were not
listed but were born in England. Her maiden name
maybe “Wagonblast). Ref: #3.
SMITH, JOHN P.
b. 6 Jun 1872 California, d. 18 Dec 1910 of
pulmonary TB, age 38y 6m 12d. Int. 20 Dec 1910 in
SW 179 Row 3. Single, a laborer, Christian Science,
lived at 205 West 12th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home of attended by Dr. Robert
Grant Black. The funeral was 20 Dec 1910 at home
with Mrs. G.R. Goin (Christian Scientist Reader).
Charged to Gilbert Otto Hazel Marble (who married
Lulu Smith at Condon, Oregon, Lulu was a sister of
John P. Smith). Parents were John W.& Mary
Elizabeth Smith.Ref: #3 & #4.
SMITH, TESSIE
b. Apr 1898 Washington, d. Oct 1900, age 2y. Int. 11
Oct 1900 in SW 179 Line 3. (MARY E. SMITH).
181
Parents were John W. Smith born in Iowa and
Mary Elizabeth Smith in Ohio. Ref: #3.
SMITH, NETTIE
b. 1877, d. 1880, age 3y, body was removed and
reburried 27 Sep 1898 in SW 179 Line 3. (MARY E.
SMITH). Parents were John W. Smith in Iowa and
Mary Elizabeth Smith born in Ohio. Ref: #3.
SMITH, IDA
b. 1867 Washington, d. 27 Sep 1898 of consumption,
age 31y. Int. 29 Sep 1898 in SW 179 Line 3. (MARY
E. SMITH). She was married to Frederick Smith.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WAGONBLAST, JACOB
b. Feb 1845 Missouri, d. 30 Mar 1922 of cancer, age
77y 1m. Int. 1 Apr 1922 in SW 179-1 Line 3. Has
marker "Father". (MARY E. SMITH). He was the
widower of Margaret Proebstel (1852-1913) who is
Int. in NW 137-3 Line 6. Children were:(1) Clara
(1871- ), (2) James (1873- married Kattie Jones), (3)
Frank (1874-1874 Int. in Fisher Cemetery), (4)
Christina (1876- ) and (5) an Infant son born 1880
who was 5/12/ months old in the 1880 census.
Parents were Gottlieb and Christina Wagonblast
both born in Wertenburg Germany. (They had at
least 7 children the last 4 were born in Washington
Territory. Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1880 Census).
ASPLAND, JOSEPH W.
b. 1875 born in Kansas, d. 4 Jul 1957 of senility, age
82y. Int. in SW 179-4 Line 3.(SELF).[EVERGREEN
FUNERAL HOME of Vancouver]. He was the
widower of Minnie ( ) Aspland, Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
ASPLAND, MINNIE
b.1882 Washington, d.3 Oct 1936 of pneumonia, age
54y. Int. in SW 179 Line 3. MILLER & TRACY
Mortuary Portland, Oregon. She was married to
Joseph Aspland (1875-1957). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
SW 180
SW 180 All bought ca 1900 Mrs. Mary Lalley
LALLY, WILLIAM G. *
b. Oct 1851 Ireland, d. 12 Jun 1900 of paralysis, age
49y 6m. Int. 13 Jun 1900 in SW 180 Line 4. A soldier
Co. E. 14th US Infantry who lived at Vancouver
Barracks, came to the United States from Ireland in
1870. Parents were not listed but were born in
Ireland. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WELLMAN, CIMON/KEVINEN A. *
b. 2 Mar 1841 Ohio, d. after 1911, age ca 70. Int. ca
1911 in SW 180 Line 4. He was in Oregon Territory
by 1882 and in the 1900 Clark County Washington
Census as a farmer and owned 106 acres. He was
married to Louisa Caroline (Taylor) Wellman.
Parents were Father born in Maine and mother
born in Germany. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
WELLMAN, LOUISA CAROLINE
b. 12 Mar 1841 Pennsylvania, d. 18 Jun 1911 of
valvular disease of the heart, age 70y 3m 6d. Int. 20
Jun 1911 in SW 180 Line 4. She was married 15 Jul
1865 at Preston Filmore, Minnesota to Cimon A.
Wellman (2 Mar 1841-ca 1911) a Civil War Vet. She
was a housewife, Methodist, lived near the Blind
School in Vancouver, Washington, died at home and
had been bed ridden for about a year. The funeral was
20 Jun 1911 at the Irvington Methodist Church with
Reverend J.H. Beringer. Louisa had a sister,
Elizabeth Taylor married to Fred Winchell and they
had two brothers W.H. Taylor and M. W. Taylor.
Charged to husband Cimon A. Wellman. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Taylor; father was born in
Vermont and mother in Pennsylvania. Ref: #2, #3,
#4 & #6 (1900 Census).
ATKINS, RALPH
b. Mar 1917, d. 13 Oct 1917 of bowel trouble, age
7m. Int. in SW 180 Line 4. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
VERNON, JAMES D.
b. 9 Apr 1849, d. 4 Jul 1912 of carcinoma of the
stomach, age 63y 2m 25d. Int. 6 Jul 1912 in SW 180
N/2 line 4. He was married to Viola J. ( ) Vernon
(1857-1938), farmer, lived in the Lake Shore area of
Vancouver, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. J.M.P. Chalmers of Vancouver. The funeral was
6 Jul 1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Raymond (Salmon Creek). Charged to Frank B.
Vernon. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
VERNON, VIOLA J.
b. 1857 Illinois, d. Nov 1938 of apoplexy, age 81y.
Int. 30 Nov 1938 in SW 180 N/2 Line 4. The Funeral
was by [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. She
was the widow of James D. Vernon (1849-1912). She
was a housewife. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 &
#5
SW 181
SW 181 All bought 1901 by Andrew J. Barker
ATKINS, ROSE C.
b. Dec 1891, d. 15 Feb 1922 of septicemia, age 30y
10m. Int. 15 Feb 1922 in SW 181-1 Line 6. (MARY
MARTIN). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BARKER, ANDREW J.
b. Sep 1838 Pennsylvania, d. 29 Aug 1928 of
myocarditis, age 90y. Int. Aug 1928 in SW 181 Line
5. [LIMBER FUNERAL HOME of Vancouver,
Washington]. He was married in 1872 to Florence J.
(Howe) Barker (1852-1921) and a widower. In 1900
census he was a farmer renting 66 acres and born in
Sep 1841 (?). Parents were named "Barker" both
born in New York. Ref: #2, #3, #5 & #6 (1900
Census).
BARKER, FLORENCE J.
b. Apr 1852 Pennsylvania, d. 27 Dec 1921, age 69y.
Int. 27 Dec 1921 in SW 181-2 Line 5. (ANDREW J.
BARKER). She was married in 1872 to Andrew J.
Barker (1841-1928 has marker). They arrived in
Clark County Washington Territory from Wisconsin
in 1889. A son was Dealtie born 1885 Washington
Territory - he was listed in 1900 census. Parents
were name "Howe" her father was born in
England and her mother was born in
Pennsylvania. Ref: #2, #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
BARKER, GRACE OLGA & INFANT
DAUGHTER
b. 31 May 1888 Iowa, d. 20 Oct 1918 of pneumonia
& "flu" plus childbirth and the baby daughter was
stillborn, age 30y 4m 20d. Int. 22 Oct 1918 in SW
181-2 Line 5. She was married to Andrew W. Barker
(a soldier), lived at 2901 "V" St. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in
Vancouver attended by Lieut. Goodman of the
Vancouver Barracks. The funeral was 22 Oct 1918 10
AM at grave site with Reverend R.D. Venniun.
Charged to husband Andrew J. Barker of Vancouver.
Parents were Austin W. Hubbard born in Iowa and
Rebecca Dunn born in Indiana. Ref: #3 & #4.
BARKER, INFANT (FEMALE)
b. 19 Oct 1918 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 20 Oct 1918 premature birth, age 1
day. Int. 21 Oct 1918 in SW 181 Line 5. Parents
were Andrew W. Barker and Grace Olga Hubbard.
Ref: #3 & #4.
182
BARKER, VIOLET R.
b. 28 Apr 1910, d. 28 Apr 1910 of lack of vitality,
age 00y. Int. 28 Apr 1910 in SW 181 Line 5.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Home address not listed but
was it was probably in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. J.C.
Meyers of Vancouver. The funeral was 28 Apr 1910
with Brother Knight at KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged
to A.W. Barker Vancouver, Washington. Also buried
in Plot SW 181 are (1) Andrew J. Barker (1818-Aug
1928 age 90y, (2) Florence J. Barker (1852-Dec
1921), (3) Grace Barker (1888-21 Oct 1918), (4)
Sammy M. Barker (16 Jan 1880-7 Feb 1901) son of
Andrew Jackson and Florence J.(Howe) Barker.
Parents were not listed, but were probably
Andrew W. Barker and Grace Olga Hubbard. Ref:
#3 & #4
BARKER, SAMMY M.
b. 28 Feb 1880, d. 7 Feb 1901 of meningitis, age 20y
11m 21d. Int. 8 Feb 1901 in SW 181-1 Line 5. (has
marker) "A Precious one from us is gone. A voice we
loved is stilled. A place is vacant in our home, which
never can be filled." Parents were Andrew J. Barker
and Florence J. Barker. Ref: #2 & #3.
LIMSFORD/LUNSFORD, MERITA
b. ? after 1900, d. Oct 1907, age ?. Int. Oct 1907 in
SW 181 Line 5. [Andrew. J. BAKER] Note:In the
1900 Census a sister-in-law, Lucy Barker born 1884
Wisconsin, was living with the David Lunsford's] the
name may have been Lunsford. HAMILTON
FUNERAL CHAPEL. Parents were not listed, but
may have been David (1857 born in Indiana and
Alice (1873 born in Wisconsin) Lundsford who
lived in the Harney Precinct. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900
Census).
SW 182
SW 182 N/2 bought 11/1902 by Matilda Jorgersen (b.
1848 Sweden wife of Jacob Jorgersen).
SW 182 N/2 bought 6/7/1920 by Ida Anderson
SW 182 S/2 bought 8/29/1904 by Mrs. R. C. Probst
TORGERSON/JORGERSEN, RACHEL M.
b. 1889, d. 19 Oct 1913 of pleurisy, age 24y. Int. 21
Oct 1913 in SW 182-3 Line 6. Moved 8 Jun 1920 to
Park Hill Cemetery - A199-2. Parents were not
listed, but may be Jacob and Matilda Jorgersen both
born in Sweden. Ref: #3.
CAPLES, INFANT
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b. 15 Mar 1923, d. 18 Mar 1923 of a septic infection,
age 3d. Int. Mar 1923 in SW 182-1 N/2 (foot) Line 6
. Home address was not listed. Infant died at St.
Vincent Hospital in Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, attended by Dr. C.C. Wilson of Portland.
The funeral was not listed. (has marker in lot of M.
Jorgenson). No other information. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM REESE Jr.
b. 2 Apr 1858 Clark County, Washington (a
Washington State Pioneer), d. 10 Oct 1920 probably
of angina pectoris, age 62y 6m 8d. Int. 13 Oct 1920
in SW 182-4 N/2 Line 6. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
He was married to Ida R. Anderson (1868-1935),
dairyman, lived in Long Beach, Pacific County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Lee W.
Paul of Ilwaco, Washington. The funeral was 13 Oct
1920 3 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
W.H. Swartz. Charged to wife Ida R. Anderson.
Parents were (Captain) William Reese Anderson
Sr. (1822-1902 born in Virginia) and Sarah Jane
Sturgess (1837-1912 born in Ballston Springs, New
York). They are buried SW 174 N/2 Line 3. Sarah
Jane Sturgess was the daughter of Moses Sturgess
who drowned in 1847 in the Snake River in Idaho
while on a Wagon Train with his wife and child
Sarah Jane (Moses was the son of Aaron Sturgess and
Sarah Moorehouse) and Frances Elizabeth Weldon
Sturgess continued on the wagon train to Oregon
City. She was later married to Moses Kellogg. At one
time she was cook for General [later President] U.S.
Grant while he was stationed at Fort Vancouver, she
married for a third time a soldier named Thomas
Davis and died in the birth of twin girls born in The
Dalles, Oregon). Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880 Census).
ANDERSON, IDA R. DAVIS
b. Aug 1868 born in Oregon, d. 15 Nov 1935 of
dropsy (diabetes), age 63y 9m. Int. Nov 1935 in SW
182 N/2 Line 6.(SELF) [KIRCH-MILLER- Portland,
Oregon). She has a marker "Mother". She was the
widow of William Reese Anderson Jr. (1858-1920).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #1, #3 & #5.
ANDERSON, WILLIAM FRANKLIN
b. 1 May 1920 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 23 May 1921 of flu and meningitis,
age 1y 1m 22d. Int. 25 May 1921 in SW 182-4 N/2
Line 6.(M.Torgerson) [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Lived in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at St. Vincent Sanitarium in Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon attended by Dr. W. Patrick of the
Corbutt Bldg. Portland Oregon. The funeral was 25
May 1921 with Reverend G.W. France. Parents
were Charles H. Anderson (1853 and Lavinah L.
Strong. Ref: #1, #3 & #4.
DAVIS, IDA R.
b. Feb 1872 Oregon d. 15 Nov 1935 of dropsy
(diabetes), age 72y 8m. Int. 17 Nov 1935 in SW 182
N/2. [KIRCH MORTUARY]. She was married but
husband was not identified. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3 & #5.
PIERCE, BESSIE E.
b. Feb 1892 Washington, d. 7 Aug 1946 of cancer,
age 69y 6m. Int. 9 Aug 1946 in SW 182-2 Line
6.(R.G. PIERCE) Has marker "Mother").
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents
were Albert Pierce (1866-1942 born in Wisconsin)
and Elizabeth "Betty" Fah (1876-1966 born in
Kansas). Ref: #2, #3, & #5.
PROBST, RUDOLPH C.
b. 26 Feb 1861 Switzerland, d. 29 Aug 1904 of
consumption, age 43y 6m 3d. Int. 30 Aug 1904 in
SW 182 S/2 Line 6 (has marker "We miss thee from
our home dear. We miss thee from thy place. A
shadow o'er our life is cast. We miss the sunshine of
they face." He was married to Matilda Elizabeth Fah
born Aug 1873 in Wisconsin the daughter of Jacob
Fah and Elizabeth Schegel. Matilda married (2)
Edward Kienist), a bar tender. Parents were not
listed, but were born in Switzerland. Ref: #2, #3 #6
(1900 Census).
BENNETT, JANETTE E.
b. 18 Jun 1944 Washington, d. 18 Jun 1944
Washington a stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. 18 Jun
1944 in SW 182 S/2 Line 6 (MISS MARGARET
PROBST). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 183
SW 183 N/2 bought by Mrs. Ella Baker
SW 183 S/2 bought by 1/6/1903 J.W. Stanley
transferred to H.L. Colby 11/18/1918
ADAMS, POLLY PEARL
b. 4 Nov 1915, d. 9 Nov 1915 of throat trouble, age 5
days. Int. 11 Nov 1915 in SW 183 Line 7. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
ANKER, SIDELIA
b. 24 Dec 1852, d. 4 Jan 1903 of cancer, age 50y 0m
12d. Int. Jan 1903 in SW 183 S/2 line 7. (J.W.
STANLEY). She was the wife of D.H. Anker.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
STANLEY, WILLIAM N.
b. May 1846 Ohio, d. 15 Nov 1920 of general
debility, age 74y 6m. Int. 16 Nov 1920 in SW 183
S/2. He was a widower before the 1900 census, a
farmer who owned 109 acres. Parents were not
listed, but father was born in North Carolina and
mother in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
STANLEY, ELLA
b. Apr 11 1874, d. 18 Jun 1904 of paralysis of the
brain, age 30y 2m 7d. Int. 20 Jun 1904 in SW 183
N/2 Line 7.(ELLA BAKER). Parents were not
listed, but were Mr. & Mrs. William N. Stanley.
Ref: #3.
STANLEY, JAMES W.
b. 1877, d. 3 Jan 1908 of brights disease, age 31y. Int.
5 Jan 1908 in SW 183 N/2. Parents were not listed,
but were Mr. & Mrs. William N. Stanley. Ref: #3.
SW 184
SW 184 All bought 10/28/1902 William Holt
Brewster
BREWSTER, WILLIAM HOLT
(alias JOHN WILLIAM BREWSTER)
b. May 1846 Manchester, England, d. 27 Oct 1902 of
cancer of the stomach, age 56y 5m. Int. 28 Oct 1902
in SW 184 Line 8 (has marker). He was married to
(1) Lucy L. (DuPuis) Van Vleet, Moore (1846-1885)
as her third husband. She had married (a) Jared Van
Vleet (1840-1871 (?) She had one son by Jared Van
Fleet, Lucy (married (2) John Moore for in the 1871
census she was a widow a second time for she three
children by Moore in Washington all her 4 children
and Lucy were living in 1871 with her parents,
Nicholas and Juilenne DuPuis (he was a blacksmith
in Vancouver, Washington in District #3). William
Holt Brewster was Lucy L. (DuPuis) Van Vleet,
Moore third husband and they were married by 1879
for they had sons Robert N. Brewster b.(1880-1955
(age 75 died of peritonitis. Int. COLONIAL
MORTUARY, Portland, Oregon in SW 134-2 Line 8
(has marker) and William Holt Brewster Jr. (29 Aug
1884-?) who married Louise E. Brewster. William
Holt (alias John Holt) Brewster married (2) Ada E.( )
Brewster (b. 1864 in 1900 Clark County Census age
35 born in Washington State), William was a
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merchant grocer and owned his own home (Ref:1900
Clark County Washington Census and his sons
Robert who was a grocery saleman and William Jr. a
student were living with him. William Holt Sr.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Holt Brewster born in
England. Ref: #1, #2 #3 #5 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
BREWSTER, LOUISE
b. 1881 Wisconsin, d. 19 Jul 1973 of a stroke, age
93y. Int. in SW 184-1 Line 8. [CARROL FUNERAL
HOME]. Widow of William Holt Brewster (Aug
1884- has no marker). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#1, #3 & #5.
BREWSTER, ROBERT N.
b. Jul 1880 Clark County, Washington Territory, d. 6
Dec 1955 of peritonitis (probably in Portland,
Oregon), age 75y 5m. Int. Dec. 1955 in SW 184-2
Line 8.[WILLIAM BREWSTER]. [COLONIAL
MORTUARY-Portland, Oregon]. A grocery
salesman in his father's store in 1900. Parents were
William Holt Brewster (1846-1902 born in
Manchester, England) and Lucy L. DuPuis born
(ca 1855-1885 Vancouver, Clark County
Washington.) Ref: #1, #2, #3, #5, #6 (1900 Census).
SW 185
SW 185 N/2 bought 6/20/1902 by Labin C. Harper
McCANN, WILLIAM DUDLEY
b. 1 Jan 1829 near the Mississippi River in
Tennessee, d. 8 Aug 1912 of heart failure, age 83y
7m 7d. Int. 11 Aug 1912 in SW 185 S/2 Line 9 (has
Marker) "I have fought a good fight. I have finished
my course. I have kept the Faith, henceforth there is
today for me a crown of righteousness which the
Lord, the Righteous Judge, shalt give me at that day
and not to me only but unto all them also that love his
appearing". William McCann was a farmer who
owned 91 acres in 1900 census, He married (1)
Virginia Springer she died not long after a son, James
T. McCann was born in 1852 in Illinois. NOTE:
James married (a) Sarah R. Van Atta the 20 Jun 1874
in Clark County, Washington and (b) Violet Beovert
25 Sep 1884 in Clark County Washington (daughter
of John Beovert and Mary Miller). William Dudley
McCann went by ox team to the gold strike in
Colorado and even explored Pike's Peak; lived in the
Villege of Denver for awhile then he returned to
Illinois and married 14 Aug 1853 at Mt. Vernon,
Illinois (2) Johanna M. Smith (1836-1901). They
came over the Oregon Trail in 1864 and first settled
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in Grass Valley, Oregon where they ran a trading
post. In 1865 they moved to Clark County
Washington took out a homesteaded near Hockinson;
in 1879; they sold their holdings and moved to Felida
area. "Dudley" as he was called was a Baptist and
delved into politics. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. James
McCann. Father,James McCann was born in
Georgia and mother in Kentucky. Ref: #2, #3 & #4
& #6 (1870, 1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
McCANN, JOANNA
b. 25 Oct 1836 Illinois, d. 26 Jul 1901 of heart
failure, age 64y 9m 1d. Int. 28 Jul 1901 in SW 185
S/2 Line 9. She was married to William Dudley
McCann (1829-1912). She crossed the Oregon trail in
1864. Her children were:(1) Coloma Nevada (18571876) (2) Charles McCann (1859-1860) (3) Malinda
Frances (186-1883) buried at Brush Prairie Cemetery,
(4) Sarah E.(1863-1917) married Gustavus A.
Henrichson both buried at Brush Prairie Cemetery,
(5) William Hamilton McCann (1866- ) married
Emma A. Gaither, (6) Lois M. (1868-1902 married
Laban Conner Harper, (7) Minnie (1871- ?) married
J.F. Capin, (8) Mary (twin) (1873- ?) married Stanton
C. Lapham (9) Martha (twin) (1873-1933) married
John Harvey, and (10) Dudley Oscar McCann (18751955) buried at Sara Union Cemetery in Clark
County Washington married Pearl Marian Nichols.
Parents were named "Smith" both were born in
Tennessee. Ref: #2 & #3, & #6 (1870,1871,1880 &
1900 Census).
HARPER, LABIN CONNER
b. Nov 1862 Washington, d. 6 Jun 1940, age 77y 5m.
Int. 19 Jun 1940 in SW 185 N/2 Line 9. He was a
widower to Lois M. McCann (1868-1902). Parents
were: father, Pleasent Harper born 1836 in
Missouri, a farmer, and mother was Sarah ( )
born 1847 in Arkansas. Ref: #1 - Pleasent H. Harper
married Coloma Nevada McCann (1857- 1876) a
sister to Lois M. McCann. Note: A brother to
Pleasant H. Harper may have been a William R.
Harper (1835-1893) who's wife was Louisa Jane ( )
Harper (1855-1906) they are buried in Manor Wilson
Bridge Cemetery. Ref: #1, #3, #6 Chehalis County
Washington Territory 1870 Census, & Clark County,
Washington 1900 Census).
HARPER, LOIS M.
b. 9 Oct 1868 Washington, d. 20 Jun 1902 of
pneumonia, 33y 8m, 11d. Int. 20 Jun 1902 in SW 185
N/2 Line 9. has marker "Beloved wife of L.C. Harper
(1868-1902) Through lost to sight To memory dear ".
(Carrie Parish Note:She and her family are in NW
185 Line 3). She was married 27 Aug 1887 Clark
County, Washington to Labin Conner Harper. In the
1870 Clark County Washington Census her children
were listed:(1) Labin C. age 7y (2) Marilla age 9y,
(3) Isabell age 6, (4) Mary J. age 4 and (5) Margaret
A. age 2y. Parents were William Dudley McCann
(1829- 1912 Tennessee) and (his 2nd wife) Joanna
M. Smith (1836-1901). Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1870,
1871, 1880, 1900 Census).
HARPER, LOIS M. (II)
b. Apr 1897 Washington, d. 28 Jul 1971 of heart
failure, age 74y 3m. Int. 13 Aug 1971 in SW 185-3
Line 9. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Parents were Labin Conner Harper (1862-1940
born in Washington) and Lois M. McCann (18681902 born in Washington). Ref: #2, #3, #5, & #6
(1900 Census).
SW 186
SW 186 N/2 bought 6/24/1897 by Charles C. Marstan
SW 186 S/2 bought 1/30/1895 by R.A. McWilliams
McWILLIAMS, ROBERT ANDREW
b. 23 Mar 1852 Pennsylvania, d. 9 Jan 1928 of heart
failure, age 75y 9m 16d. Int. 12 Jan 1928 in SW 1863 Line 10. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was the
widower of Elizabeth (Alcorn) McWilliams (18511925). He was a farmer, a Presbyterian who lived at
Rt #2 Ridgefield, Clark County, Washington. He died
at St. Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. R.W. Armstrong of
Vancouver. The funeral was 12 Jan 1928 1:30 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.L. Garrett.
Charged to sons, Charles, Harry and Frank
McWilliams. Parents were William McWilliams
and Mary Ann Lythe both born in Pennsylvania.
Ref: #3 & #4
McWILLIAMS, ELIZABETH
b. 19 Jul 1851 Pennsylvania, d. 2 Jun 1925 of
apoplexy and pernicious anemia age 73y 10m 14d.
Int. 6 Jun 1925 in SW 186 S/2 Line 10. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was married to Robert A.
McWilliam (1852- 1928 has marker next to wife).
She was a housewife, lived at Rt #2 Ridgefield, Clark
County, Washington. She died at home attended by
Dr. W.H. Arnold of Vancouver. The funeral was 6
Jun 1925 2 PM at [KNAPP CHAPEL] with Reverand
Dr. Herb F. Jones. Charged to husband Robert A.
McWilliams. Parents were James Alcorn born in
Maryland and Elizabeth McKinley born in Ireland.
Ref: #3 & #4.
McWILLIAMS, MAY
b. 1876, d. Jan 1895. Int. 31 Jan 1895 in SW 186
Line 10. [F. MAUME] Parents were Robert A.
McWilliams (1852-1928) and Elizabeth Alcorn
(1851-1925) both buried in plot SW 186 next to
daughter. Ref:#3
MARSTON, CHARLES
b. 1841 Maine, d. 1922, age 81. Int. 1922 in SW 186
Line 10. He was a widower to Susan ( ) Marston
(1843-1897). Weir Marston may be their son; In
Clark County 1900 Census there is a Pvt. Weir
Marston born in Illinois Aug 1869 CO. H 7th US
Infantry stationed at the Vancouver Barracks who
lived at 19 West 27th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #6
(1900 Census).
MARSTON, SUSAN
b. 1843 Illinois, d. 24 Jun 1897 of cancer of the
stomach, age 54. Int. 25 Jun 1897 in SW 186 N/2. (O.
MARSTON). She was married to Charles Marston
(1841-1922). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
MARSTON, ORPHA
b. 1885, d. 7 Apr 1898 of heart failure, age 14y. Int. 9
Apr 1898 in SW 186 N/2 Line 10. Parents were
probably Charles and Susan Marston. Ref: #3
SWAIN, NETTIE
b. 1874, d. 1936, age 62y. (NO RECORDS). Int.
1936 in SW 186 N/2 Line 10. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3
SW 187
SW 187 N/2 bought 7/9/1896 by Mrs. Hannah M.
Guard
SW 187 S/2 bought 7/30/1893 by A.C. Rhinehart
SW 187 S/2 bought 1/122/1896 by Jay Mitchell
GUARD, PETER
b. 1836 Germany, d. 26 Jun 1896 of an old gunshot
wound (probably a Civil War Vet), age 60y. Int. 28
Jun 1896 in SW 187 N/2 (no marker). He was
married to Hannah ( ) Guard (1843-1928). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
GUARD, HANNAH
b. 1843 Ireland, d. 13 Jul 1928, age 85y. Int. in SW
187 N/2 (no marker). She was the widow of Peter
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Guard. In the 1900 Clark County, Washington
Census she was living with her son George W. Guard
born April 1879 Ohio. He was a day laborer. A
daughter, Mary R. Guard born June 1881 Ohio and
was living with them. Also a nephew Edward W.
Rupp born Oct 1874 in Ohio, who also was a day
laborer made up the family. Parents were not listed
but her father was born in Ireland and mother in
Germany may be ----Rupp. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census)..
GUARD, LAURA
b. ?, d. 23 Jul 1896 by drowning in the Washougal
River along with three other victims, age ca 17/18.
Int. 26 Jul 1896 in SW 187 N/2 (no marker). She was
single and lived in Vancouver, Washington. The
others who drowned with her were: Corporal Edson
of the 14th Infantry -not buried in a Clark County
Cemetery, Pvt. Charles C. Morris, musician of the
14th Infantry band buried in The Post Cemetery #380
and Emma Young of the Burnt Bridge Creek Area
buried in SW 65 S/2 Line 16. Parents were Peter
(1836-1896 Germany)and Hannah ( ) Guard
(1843-1928 Ireland). Ref: #3.
MITCHELL, WARNER B. Sr.
b. 1833 New York, d. 11 Jan 1896 of heart failure,
age 62y. Int. 14 Jan 1896 in SW 87 S/2 Line 11.
(JAY MITCHELL). Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3.
MITCHELL, WARNER B. Jr.
b. Aug 1861 Wisconsin, d. 20 Oct 1934 of a stomach
abscess, age 73y 8m. Int. in 25 Oct 1934 in SW 87
S/2 Line 10. He had a brother living with him named
Gillespie Mitchell (b. Feb 1866 in Wisconsin) and
Gillespie’s wife, Thessa (b. Feb 1870 Minnesota),
and also their children all born in Minnesota(1) Jessie
A. (girl b. Dec 1892) (2) Elroy B. (boy b. Oct 1894)
and (3) Carmia C. (girl b. Aug 1897). Parents were
Warner B. Mitchel Sr. born in New York and
Mother not named, but was born in Ohio. Ref: #3
& #6 (1900 Census).
SW 188
SW 188 S/2 bought ca 1898 by Mrs. Mohammen
Drum
DRUM, ALFRED MOHAMMEN Jr. (MALE)
b. 14 Dec 1864, d. 17 Dec 1938 cause was not listed,
age 74y 0m 3d. Int. 21 Dec 1938 in SW 188-1 Line
12. (KNAPP MORTUARY). He was married to
Mrs. A.M. Drum. He was a retired brakeman for the
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Northern Pacific RR Co., Christian Scientist, lived at
7235 SE Lincoln Ave., Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon. Died at the Railroad Hospital in Tacoma,
Pierce County, Washington - was a resident for 9
days, attended by a doctor of the Hospital. The
remains were sent from [BUCKLEY KING CO.
MORTUARY of Tacoma, Washington] to [KNAPP
MORTUARY] for the funeral on 21 Dec 1938 3 PM
at KNAPP CHAPEL with Major W.E. Farr of
Vancouver (Christian Science). Ordered by wife and
J.W. Manning, Charged to J.E. Manning the
Exective. Parents were Mohammen Drum born in
Pennsylvania and Caroline Ferris born in
England. Ref: #3, #4, & #5.
DRUM, MOHAMMEN (MALE)
b. 1827 Pennsylvania, d. 16 Sep 1898, age 71. Int. 18
Sep 1898 in SW 188 S/2. (SELF).(He was the father
of Alfred Mohammen Drum). He was not listed in
any census. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
DRUM, CAROLINE
b. ? England, d. 25 Oct 1890. Int. in 29 Oct 1890 SW
188 S/2 Line 12. (SELF). She was not listed in any
Census, but she was the mother of Monammen Drum
(1864-1938). Parents were not listed, but were
named "Ferris". Ref: #3.
DRUM, CHILD
b. No date of birth, d. or death. Int. 16 Dec 1901 SW
188 S/2. Parents were not listed but could be Eben
Drumm (1873 Minnesota and Nellie (1883 born in
Michigan). Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
PENDER, ELIZABETH McCLELLAND
b. 1837 Ireland, d. 19 Oct 1907 of cirrhosis of the
liver and old age, age 70y. Int. 21 Oct 1907 in SW
188 N 1/4 Line 12. (WILLIAM PENDER).She was
married to William Pender who was a farmer owned
59 acres in the Dole Valley area, (born 1836 English
Canada). Parents were probably named
"McClelland" and were born in Scotland. Ref; #3,
#6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
PENDER, BENJAMIN
b. 10 Nov 1863, d. 8 Sep 1890 of consumption, age
26y 11m 16d. Int. 9 Sep 1890 in SW 188 N/2 Line
12. Parents were not listed; may have been William
Pender (1836 born in Canada) and Elizabeth
McClelland (1837-1907) born in Ireland her parents
were born in Scotland). Ref: #3.
LEVER, EMMA JEAN
b. 1862 Michigan, d. Oct 1956 of heart failure, age
94y. Int. in SW 188 N/2 Line 12. (Edward Pender).
Parents were William Pender (1836 born in
Canada and Elizabeth McClelland (1837-1907
born in Ireland) they died after 1900. Ref: #3.
LEVER, BASIL E.
b. 1886 Washington, d. 2 Nov 1971 of old age, age
85y. Int. 11 Nov 1971 in SW 188-5 Line 12.
(WILLIAM PENDER) [OLIVET MEMORIAL
PARK]. Parents were father were named ....Lever
and mother was Emma Jean Pender born in
Michigan. Ref: #3 & #5.
LEVER, HORACE
b. 1891, d. 30 Jan 1983 of heart failure, age 92y. Int.
28 Feb 1983 in SW 188-4. Parents were ....Lever
and Emma Jean Lever born in Michigan. Ref: #3.
SW 189
SW 189 S/2 brought ca 1890 by David E. Lunsford
SW 189 S/2 bought by J.W. Aldrich
FLETCHER, EZRA
b. 1830, d. 17 Aug 1893 killed by an accident, age
63y. Int. 18 Aug 1893 in SW 189 N/2 Line 13. (D.E.
LUNSFORD). Note: Melissa and Nancy Ann Blair
(sisters) wives (first and second) of Pickney Blair
maiden name was "Lunsford"). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
LUNSFORD, EDWARD
b. Apr 1890, d. 8 Aug 1890 of cholera infantam, age
4m. Int. Aug 1890 in SW 189 N/2 Line 13. (D.E.
LUNSFORD). Parents were not listed but were
probably Mr. & Mrs. David E. Lunsford. Ref: #3
& #6 (1900 Census.)
KEARN, LENA M.
b. 1880, d. 28 Apr 1913 of a cyst of the liver, age
34y. Int. 29 Apr 1913 in SW 189 -4 N/2 Line 13.
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
ALDRICH, EUNICE
b..... Vermont d. of gastritis, age (?). Int. in SW 189
S/2 Line 13. (has marker) "In memory of Mother of J.
Wilberforce Aldrich". Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Steele. Ref: #3 & #6 (NOTE: In the 1900 Census
Arthur Pender was living as a boarder with Harry and
Laura Aldrich, he may have her brother for they were
both born in Washington Territory and their parent
were born in Canada.)
ALDRICH, J. WILBERFORCE
b. 13 Mar 1857 Green Bay, Brown County,
Wisconsin, d. 25 May 1938 of acute indigestion, age
81y 2m 12d. Int. 27 May 1938 in SW 189-2 S/2 Line
13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to
Dena Claver (1865-1940 has marker beside husband).
He was a retired lumberman, lived at 1602
Kauffman, Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at the Clark County General Hospital in
Vancouver attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 27 May 1938 1:30 PM
at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Stuart Goude of
Vancouver. Ordered by and charged to wife, Dena
Aldrich. Also buried in same plot was their only
child, Eunice Aldrich (1890-1890) and his mother,
Eunice Aldrich. Parents were Lovell Aldrich born
in New York and Eunice Steele born in
Vermont.Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census.)
ALDRICH, DENA CLAVER
b. 13 Feb 1865 Leon, Decatur County, Iowa, d. 5 Jun
1940 of coronary thrombosis, age 75y 3m 13d. Int. 7
Jun 1940 in SW 189-S/2 Line 13. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Widow of J. Wilberforce "Wilber"
Aldrich (1857-1938 born in Wisconsin has marker
next to wife). She was a housewife, Protestant, lived
at 1602 Kauffman Ave., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington -had lived in the State for 51 years, died
at the Clark County General Hospital in Vancouver
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 7 Jun 1940 (Friday) 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Charles Stanley Mook of
Vancouver. Ordered by and charged to the estate.
The Attorney was Dave Talbot of Vancouver.
Parents were Jashaway Cleaver born in North
Carolina and Freelove Trask born in New York
City, New York. Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
ALDRICH, EUNICE
b. 27 Jun 1890, d. 5 Sep 1890 of gastritis. age 2m 9d.
Int. 6 Sep 1890 in SW 189 S/2 Line 13.
(J.WILBERFORCE ALDRICH). She was the only
child of her parents. Parents were J. Wilberforce
Wilber" Aldrich and Dena Claver. Ref: #3.
SW 190
BALLARD, MARY AGNES
b. 30 Nov 1836 Michigan, d. 19 Sep 1916 no cause
listed, age 79y 9m 18d, Int. 22 Sep 1916 in SW 190-3
Line 14. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was a widow
(husband if buried next to her has no marker), a
housewife, Episcopalian. She lived at 971 NE 19th
188
Portland, Multonamah County, Oregon, died at
home, no doctor was listed. The funeral was 22 Sep
1916 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend E.B.
Collier. Charged to daughter Mrs. Ella E. Burch
(1856-1953 born in Iowa) and to Ella's daughter Mrs.
Agnes Storey born 1886 in Washington. Parents
were not listed, but both were born in New York.
Ref: #3, #4 & #6 (1900 Census).
BURCH, ELLA E.
b. 1856 Iowa, d. 22 Feb 1953 of pneumonia, age 96y.
Int. 29 Jun 1953 SW 190-5 Line 14. Parents were
.....Ballard and Mary Agnes Ballard (1836-1916)
Michigan. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, MATILDA "KATIE"
Sep 1861 California, d. 23 Jun 1949 of
arteriosclerosis, age 86y 9m. The funeral and Int. Jun
1949 in SW 190 Line 14. Ashes (DILLON). [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, DEAN DILLON
b. 1886, d. 1943 of heart failure, age 57y. Int. 6 Aug
1946 in SW 190 Line 14 Ashes, (No marker and no
permit to bury.) Parents were not listed, but his
mother may have been Matilda ( ) Johnson. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, NEAL
b. Jun 1881. d. Aug 14 1882 no cause of death listed,
age 14m. Int. 14 Aug 1882 in SW 190-2 Line 14.
(W.H. JOHNSON). Parents were not listed, but
may be Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Johnson. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, NEIL
b. 1891, d. 1 Sep 1892 of cholera infantum, age 1y.
Int. in SW 190 Line 14. [W.H. JOHNSON]. Parents
were not listed, but may be Mr. & Mrs. W.H.
Johnson. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, WARD B.
b. 1884, d. Jan 2 1889 no cause of death was listed,
age 5y. Int. Jan 1889 in SW 190 Line 14. (Has
marker "Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep from which
none ever wake to weep. In calm and undisturbed
repose, unbroken by the last of foes." Parents were
not listed, but may be Mr. & Mrs, W. H. Johnson.
Ref: #3.
SW 191
SW 191 N/2 bought 1881 by William C. Durgin
SW 191 S/2 bought 1888 by Reverand Mardon D.
Wilson
189
SCHULTZ, GLADYS E.
b. 1920, d. 17 Feb 1980 no cause of death was listed,
age 60y. Int. 22 Feb 1980 in SW 191. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
BROUGHTON, RUTH N.
b. 1893, d. 2 Mar 1979, age 86y, Int. 5 May 1980 in
SW 191-4 Line 15 Ashes. Funeral Director was
[CHAPEL OF THE FOUR SEASONS]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
DURGAN, RAY NYE
b. 1887 Clark County, Washington, d. 8 Feb 1888 of
spinal meningitis, age 1y. Int. in SW 191 N/2 Line 15
(has marker). Plot owned by S.B. Dawson. Parents
were William Charles Durgan (1866-1938) and
Jessie Wirt Nye (1863-1938). Ref: #1 & #3.
DURGAN, ELIZABETH HELEN
b. 1897, d. 9 May 1900 no cause of death was listed,
age 3y. Int. 10 May in SW 191 N/2 Line 15. Parents
were William Charles Durgan (1866-1938) and
Jessie Wirt Nye (1863-1938). Ref: #1 & #3.
SPIERING, INFANT
b. 18 Feb 1941 Washington, d. 18 Feb 1941, age 00y.
Int. 20 Feb 1941, SW 191-3 N/2 Line 15 (W.C.
DURGAN). [HAMILTON MORTUARY]. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
McKEE, WILLIAM ARTHUR (ART)
b. 7 Feb 1886 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 19 Dec 1956 Vancouver, age 70y
10m 12d. Int. 22 Dec 1956 in SW 191 Line 15.
(WILLIAM S. McKEE) [SWANK OF CAMAS].
Married 28 Oct 1914 Ethel Mae Beaver (daughter of
John Lewis Beaver and Florence Louise Wilson),
worked in World War I & II for the shipyard in
Vancouver as a pipe fitter and for the City Dairy in
Vancouver which was located near Esther Short Park.
The family moved to Fern Prairie in 1922 and he was
a fire wood dealer in which he or his daughter,
Florence Elizabeth drove a "Federal" with hard
rubber tires. During the flood of 1948 it was used to
help move people to safe ground in the Oak Park
section of Camas; William McKee also he had a herd
of cows and sold milk. Children were:(1) Florence
Elizabeth McKee (1915- ) m. (a) Charles Burton
"Chic" Clemens and (b) Lovell Groves, (2) William
John McKee m. Ione Lupfer Ready; and (3) Herbert
Westley McKee (1920-1961) m. Colleen Batholmew.
Parents were William Sylvester McKee (1849-1918)
and Mary Elizabeth Galloway (1855-1918). Ref: #2,
#3, #5.
WILSON, MARDON D. (MALE)
b. 1886, d. 9 Aug 1888, age 2y. Int. 10 Aug 1888 in
SW 191 S/2 Line 15. Parents were Reverand &
Mrs. Mardon D. Wilson. Ref: #3.
SW 192
SW 192 All bought before 1888 by Peter W.
Crawford
CRAWFORD, PETER W.
b. 22 Nov 1822 Sprouston, Roxburghshire, Scotland,
d. 10 Jun 1889 no cause was listed, age 67y 4m 12d.
Int. 11 Jun 1889 in SW 192 Line 19. (has marker "He
giveth his beloved sleep". The tomb stone is a tall
obelisk has his age as 70y. Peter's appearance was
short of stature, he was wide of shoulder and lean. He
left Valpalasio, Indiana on a Wagon Train for a seven
month journey to Oregon Territory. He settled on the
north side of the Columbia River in Clark County
Washington Territory and found work as a surveyor;
did a variety of surveying on both sides of the
Columbia River. Peter married 30 Jul 1850 in Clark
County, Washington Territory to Zilla Patterson
(1836-1888). They lived as newlyweds in a log cabin
that Peter had built on his donation land at Kelso,
Cowlitz County, Washington. Later when his family
had outgrown the log cabin he platted this same land
and sold it. The family moved to Columbia City (the
original name of Vancouver). Parents were not
listed both born in Scotland. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1870 Census).
CRAWFORD, ZILLAH H.
b. 3 Feb 1836 Ohio, d. 26 Jul 1888 no cause was
listed at Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, age
52y 5m 23d. Int. in SW 192 Line 16. (has marker
"Zillah, Wife of Peter W. Crawford Died Jul 26, 1888
Age 52 years Gone but not forgotten" . She was
married 30 Jul 1850 to Peter W. Crawford (18221889), She was a housewife and mother. Her children
were:(1) Ella Jane (Int. in NW 61-9), (2) William P.,
(3) Martha Rosabelle (Int. in NW 61-9 Line 16) who
married M.P. Clark, (4) Edward B. and (5) Orion J.
Crawford (Int. NW 59-6 Line 15).. Parents were Ira
Patterson born in 1800 Ulster County, New York
(Int. in NW 60-3 Line 16), married 1 Jul 1827 in
Scioto County Ohio to Martha Halstead born 16 Jul
1806 and died 9 Oct 1845. Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1870
Census).
SLOCUM, EDWARD A.
b. 2 Dec 1828 Rhode Island, d. 26 Feb 1893, age 65y
2m 24d. Int. 28 Feb 1893 in SW 192 Line 16. has
marker "although he sleeps his memory doth live and
cheering comfort to his mourners give." He was a
carpenter (1860); in 1880 Census he was a landlord.
He was married to Sarah Rebecca Patterson (18441926) daughter of Ira Patterson and Martha Halstead.
Edward A. Slocum was an uncle to Charles Wilbur
Slocum who is buried in SE 53-6 and they came
together in 1857 to the Northwest. Parents were
father was born in Massachusetts and mother in
Rhode Island. Ref: #1, #3 & #6, (1860, 1870, 1880
Census).
SLOCUM, SARAH REBECCA
b. 11 Aug 1844 Illinois, d. 15 Sep 1926 died of a
bowel obstruction, age 82y 1m 4d. Int. 18 Sep 1926
in SW 192-5 line 16. (EDWARD SLOCUM). She
was married before the 1870 census to Edward A.
Slocum and her father, Ira Patterson was living with
them in the 1870 Census, in 1880 they had a
daughter, Hannah S. Slocum, age 12 born in Oregon.
In the 1900 Census Sarah was living with her nephew
Edward G. Crawford and his wife Ida (son of Peter
Crawford and Zillah H. Patterson). Parents were Ira
Patterson (1800-1883) born in Ulster County, New
York died in (buried in NW 60-3 Line 16) and
Martha Halstead (1806-1845) born in Vermont and
died in Mason County, Illinois. Ref: #1, #3 & #6
(1860, 1870, 1880 & 1900 Census).
SW 193
SW 193 All bought 1878 by the (Grand Army of The
Republic- The Union Army)
FISHER, JOHN P. *
b. ca 1836 near Rochester, Monroe County, New
York, d. 17 Oct 1904 died of accidental injuries, age
68y. Int. 19 Oct 1904 in SW 193 Line 16. A GAR
Civil War Vet, soldier CO. H 4th New York Cavalry.
He came to Clark County Washington about 1864
and lived near Proebstel. Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
STAFFORD, WILLIAM J. *
b. 1838 Illinois, d. 4 Sep 1904 died of cancer of the
stomach, age 66y. Int. 5 Sep 1904 in SW 193 Line
16. He was a widower, GAR Civil War pensioner,
7th Illinois Infantry, owned his home. Parents were
born in Kentucky. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
LAUTERBACK, JOHN *
190
b. 1832, d. 25 Feb 1890 died when accidentally
crushed, age 58y. Int. 26 Feb 1890 in SW 193 Line
16. He had been a soldier in CO. C 3rd US Cavalry Civil War was in the G.A.R., Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
McCURDY, MARTIN VAN BUREN *
b. Mar 1838 Illinois, d. 6 Mar 1901, age 63y. Int. 11
Mar 1901 in SW 193 Line 16. He was a farmer,
rented 115 acres in 1900. He was married to Dora E.
(Dorcas Wolrod born Jul 1854 Wisconsin died 16
Oct 1910 is buried in NE 136-5 Line 9). He may have
another earlier marriage for he was 44 years old when
his first child was born. He was Civil War Vet CO
A. 16th Illinois Infantry - G.A.R. His six children
were born in Oregon, California, Nevada and back to
Oregon; they were: (1) Loren E. (1882- ?), (2) Jane
A. (1884-?) (3) Emma A. (1887-?), (4) Clarence E.
(1888-?) (5) Walter A. (1891-?) and (6) Mildred B.
(1898-?). Parents were not listed, but they were
born in Virginia. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
SW 194
SW 194 All bought 1875 by W.S. McKee
DEWEES, WILLIAM MARDON
b. 11 Mar 1885, d. 9 Aug 1888, age 3y 4m 29d. Int.
in SW 194 Line 15. (has marker) "Only son of
Reverand Mardon Dewees and Annie Wilson born
March 11, 1885 Called home August 9 1888. He
shall gather the lambs to his own and carry them in
his bosom". Parents were Reverand Mardon
Dewees and Annie Wilson (she was a older sister to
Florence Louise Wilson McKee) . Ref: #3.
SW 195
SW S/2 bought 1892 by Clarence Vail
BLAIR, COLUMBUS SIEGLE
b. 12 Aug 1861 Polk County, Missouri, d. 20 Jun
1931 died of arteriosclerosis, 69y 2m 8d. Int. 23 Jun
1931 in SW 195 N/2. He was a widower to (1)
married 27 Dec 1873 in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory to Ann Elizabeth Gilliham,
and (2) Melvina Brown Blair whose first husband
was William Blair (1865-1907). He was a prune and
nut grower, had a large prune drying business, and a
sawmill with his cousin Matt Blair in Brush Prairie,
belonged to the I.O.O.F. in Camas, Republican. He
and his family belonged to the Fisher Methodist
Church on 164th in Camas. He came west with his
parents and brother Asa Blair in 1873, Parents were
Pinkney Blair (1838-1929) born in Jackson
191
Township, Missouri and first wife Melissa Lunford
(1840-1874) both have markers in NE 19-2 Line 3.
Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 Census).
BLAIR, ANN ELIZABETH
b. 9 Nov 1858 Missouri, d. 12 Jul 1918 of mitral
insufficiency, age 59y 8m 3d. Int. in SW 195-1 Line
14. [KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL]. She was
married 27 Dec 1884 to Columbus Siegel Blair
(1861-1931) at the residence of the bride's parents in
Vancouver by Reverand T.M. Robertson. She was a
housewife, Methodist, lived at RD#1 (East Mill
Plain), attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of
Vancouver. The funeral was 14 Jul 1918 at the East
Mill Plain Methodist Church with Reverand W.E.
Rossman. Charged to Columbus Siegle Blair.
(CLARENCE VAIL). Children were: (1)James Otis
Blair (1884-1961) who married Dorothea Gombert,
(2) Edith Alita Blair married Albert D. Allen (18871961) buried at Fisher Cemetery, (3) Charles Alonzo
Blair (1890-1892) married Susan Knapp and (4)
Marjorie Matilda Blair Gombert (1897-1994) who
married Otto William Gombert (1890-1984). Parents
were Gideon B. Gillihan (1823-1902) Jackson
County Tennessee and Jane Henslee (1826-1905)
Tennessee. Ref: #1, #3, #4 & #6 (1880 & 1900
Census).
BLAIR, NINA MAUDE
b. 26 Jul 1890 Camas, Clark County, Washington, d.
6 Feb 1892, 1y 5m 20d. Int. in SW 195 N/2 Line 14.
Parents were Columbus Siegle Blair (1861-1931
born in Polk County Missouri and Ann Elizabeth
Gillihan.(1858-1918 born in Missouri). Ref: #1, #3.
KNOWLES, PHILIP
b. 31 Dec 1897 Washington, d. 9 Jan 1898
Washington died of brain disease, age 10d. Int. in
SW 195 Line 14. Parents were not listed, but may
have been Charles Knowels (b.1867 Rhode Island)
and Hannah ( ) Knowles (1867 Oregon). Ref: #3.
KNOWLES, MARY
b. 27 Sep 1900 Washington, d. 3 Oct 1900
Washington died because of lack of vitality, age 3d.
Int. SW 195 S/2 Line 14. Parents were not listed,
but may have been Charles Knowles (May 1867
Rhode Island) and Hannah ( ) Knowles
(1867- ? Oregon). Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census).
VAIL, MAY
b. 1865, d. 16 Apr 1892 died of consumption, age
27y. Int. 17 Apr 1892 in SW 195 S/2 Line 14 (C.
VAIL). She was the wife of Clarance Vail. Parents
were not listed, but were Andrew Jackson Sturgess
(1834-1898 born in New York) and Susan Patterson
(1839-1876) born in Illinois). Ref: #3.
SW 196
SW 196 N/2 bought 5/31/1892 by William Blair
SW 196 S/2 bought 4/16/1892 by L.P. Bagley
BLAIR, ALPHA
b. 18 Oct 1890 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 30 May 1892 of the coup, age 1y 7m
12d. Int. May/Jun 1892 in SW 196 N/2 Line 13. (has
marker). "Little flower of love that blossomed but to
die. Transplanted now above to bloom with God on
high". Child lived in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Parents were William F. Blair (18651907 (son of Hillary Blair and Amanda Huff) and
Melvina Louise Brown (1867-1950). William F. and
Melvina Blair are both supposed to be buried in SE
97-4 - there is no record of her. She married (2) as his
second wife Columbus Seigle Blair. Ref: #3 & #4.
BLAIR, ELMER E.
b. 7 Jul 1893 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 23 Jan 1907 died of appendicitis, age 13y, 6m 16d.
Int. in SW 196 Line 14. (L.P. BAGLEY). Parents
were William F. Blair (1864-1907 Missouri) and
Melvina Louise Brown (1867-1950). Ref: #1 & #3.
BLAIR, LUTTIE B.
b. 29 Dec 1888 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 4 Jun 18927 of diphtheria in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, age 4y 6m
7d. Int. in SW 196 N/2 Line 13. Parents were
William F. Blair (1864-1907 Missouri and Melvina
Louise Brown (1867-1950). Ref: #1, & #3.
BAGLEY, JESSE
b. 1818, d. 11 Apr 1892, age 74y, Int. in SW 196-2
Line 13. [LUCIUS P. BAGLEY]. Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
BAGLEY, LUCIUS P.
b. July 1862 Minnesota, d. 23 Jan 1944 of cancer, age
81y 5m. Int. 28 Jan 1944 in SW 196-2 Line 113.
(LUCIUS J. BAGLEY) [HAMILTON FUNERAL
HOME]. Parents were not listed, but are Jesse
Bagley (1818-1892) and wife. Ref: #3.
SW 197
SW 197 N/2 bought 6/28/1894 by W.D. Smith
SW 197 S/2 bought 4/15/1895 by Stephen Washburn
SMITH, GAY
b. ?, d. Jun 1894. Int. 6 Jun 1894 in SW 197 N/2 Line
12. (W.D. Smith). Parents were W.D. Smith (born
1847 Ohio) and Mary ( ) Smith (born 1850 New
Hamshire). Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census.)
MILLAR, WILLIAM S.
b. 25 Feb 1884 English Canada, d. 22 Aug 1929 of
acute alcoholism, age 45y 5m 27d. Int. 25 Aug 1929
in SW 197-5 N/2 Line 12. (SELF) [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was divorced, an auto salesman,
lived at 4300 Main St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at 3rd & Flanders Streets in
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon attended by
Dr. Menn of Portland (did the autopsy). The funeral
was 25 Aug 1929 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverand Dr. Charles E. Baskerville. Ordered by
C.A. Bone and brother Howard Millar. Charged to
mother, Mrs. Julia Millar and C.A. Bone. Note: His
brothers were Howard Millar (born 1895-1962) and
James Cluny Millar. Parents were William Millar
(1855- born in Indiana his father was born in New
York and mother in Ohio) and Julia McPherson
(1856-) both born in Canada. Ref: #3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
MILLAR, JULIA ANN "JULIE"
b. 9 Mar 1954, d. 30 May 1955 died of meningitis,
age 1y 3m. Int. 31 May 1955 in SW 197-5 N/2 Line
12 (WILLIAM MILLAR). The funeral was by
KNAPP CHAPEL Parents were not listed but they
may be Mr. & Mrs. William Millar a decent of the
William Millar born in 1855 in Indiana. Ref: #3 &
#4.
WASHBURN, G. (? GARDNER) D.
b. 1823, d. 13 Apr 1895 died of old age, age 72y. Int.
15 Apr 1895 in SW 197 S/2 Line 12. (STEPHEN
WASHBURN). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 198
SW 198 All bought 10/6/1894 by the Estate of
Ferdinand Dupee
SW 198 N/2 bought 1900 by John Stenger
DUPEE, FERDINAND
b. 1829, d. 4 Oct 1894 man was found dead-no
details, age 65y. Int. 6 Oct 1894 in SW 198 (no
marker no record). Parents were not known. Ref:
#3.
STANGER, JOHN
192
b. May 1812 Orkney Islands, Scotland, d. 5 Oct 1900
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington of a fever,
age 88y 4m. Int. Oct 1900 in SW 198 N/2 Line 11.
John Stanger came with an immigrant train in 1836
and worked for the Hudson Bay Company as a
carpenter. He married Ellen (Kiskista) Thomas, an
Indian woman living at and named by the Whitman
Mission. They lived on a Donation Claim west of the
Fisher Area in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington where they raised all their own food; he
only owned 13 acres by the 1900 census. He had
divided the rest amongst his children of which they
had nine children. Parents were not listed but were
born in Scotland. Ref: #1, #3, & #6 (1860, 1870,
1871, 1880, & 1900 Census.
STANGER, ELLEN (KISKISTA)
b. ca 1826 The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon
Territory, d. 21 Mar 1901 of old age at Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, age 75y. Int. 23 Mar
1901 in SW 198 Line 11. [JOHN STANGER]. She
was an Indian woman, a housewife, married to John
Stanger (1812-1900 buried next to her). Parents
were named "Thomas" and they were native
Indians born in Oregon. Ref: #1, #3 & #6 (1860,
1870, 1880 & 1900 Census.)
HICKEY, JAMES
b. 1846, d. 17 Jun 1902 died of a suicide, age 56y.
Int. 19 Jun 1902 in SW 198 S/2 Line 10. Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 199
SW 199 N/2 bought 2/20/1896 by Perry Baker
SW 199 S/2 bought 5/9/1896 by Gustaf Freiwald
BAKER, PERRY M.
b. 1867 born in Missouri, d. 9 Jun 1918 died of
dropsy (diabetes), age 51y. Int. 11 Jun 1918 in SW
199 N/2 Line 10. Parents were Daniel B. Baker
born 1842 and Nancy ( ) born in 1843 both born in
Missouri - They had a daughter, Maggie Baker (who
was a servant in 1900) born in 1865 Missouri. Ref:
#3 & #6 (1880 & 1900 census.)
BAKER, MARY JESSUP
b. 23 Apr 1873, d. 30 Jan 1908, age 34y 9m 7d, Int. 1
Feb 1908 in SW 199 N/2 Line 10 (has marker)
"Beloved wife of Perry Baker". (PERRY BAKER).
She was married to Perry Baker (1867-1918).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
BAKER, LEO
193
b. Oct 1868, d. 20 Feb 1896 died due to spinal
meningitis, age 24y 5m. Int. 24 Feb 1896 Int. in SW
199 N/2 Line 10 (has marker). [Perry Baker].
Parents were Daniel B. & Nancy Baker. Ref: #3.
SW 200
SW 200 N/2 bought 3/3/1903 by M.W. Rasmussen
SW 200 S/2 bought 11/11/1903 by George S. Cox
RASMUSSEN, MEYERS
b. May 1867 Denmark, d. 8 Aug 1940, age 73y 3m,
died of a cerebral hemorrhage, widower of Helene
Rasmussen. Int. 10 Aug 1940 in SW 200 N/2 Line 9
(has marker "Father". [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
RASMUSSEN, HELENE
b. 26 Sep 1864, d. 3 Mar 1903 died of consumption,
age 38y 6m 23d. Int. 5 Mar 1903 in SW 200 N/2 Line
9. (has marker "Mother". She married to Meyers
Rasmussen (1867-1940). Parents were not listed.
Ref: #3.
RASMUSSEN, ROBERT P. *
b. 20 Oct 1912, d. 8 Feb 1974 died of a stroke, age
61y 8m 25d. Int. Feb 1974 in SW 200 N/2 Line 9.
(MEYER RASMUSSEN) [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was a WW II Vet Pvt.
U.S. Army. Parents were Meyer & Jenny
Rasmussen. Ref: #4 & #5.
RASMUSSEN, JENNY
b. Jan 1883 Denmark, d. 13 Feb 1952, age 68y 11m.
Int 21 Apr 1952 in SW 200 N/2 Line 9. (has marker
"Mother" . (Self) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #5.
COX, GEORGE SHELBY
b. 19 Aug 1857 Indiana, d. 4 Nov 1912 of
pneumonia, age 54y 2m 16d. Int. 6 Nov 1912 in SW
200-2 S 1/2 Line 15. KNAPP CHAPEL. He was
married to Emma Augea (born in Iowa). He was a
farmer, an Adventist, lived at Grass Valley, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Millard B. Taylor of Grass Valley. The funeral was 6
Nov 1912 10:30 AM at the Adventist Church, Clergy
not listed, Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
COX, MERLE DELLWIN
b. 15 Mar 1906 Grass Valley, Clark County,
Washington, d. 25 May 1921 of meningitis, age 15y
2m 10d. Int. 27 May 1921 in SW 200-1 Line 9. He
was single, a student, lived at the home of Mr. Augea
29th & "K" Sts. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in
Vancouver attended by Dr. Underwood of
Vancouver. The funeral was 27 May 1921 10 AM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with a clergy from Portland,
Oregon. Charged to Fred E. Cox of Grass Valley,
Oregon. Parents were George Cox born in Indiana
and Emma Augea born in Iowa. Ref: #3 & #4.
left her heirs a lots of property and bonds. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. John Crews. Ref: #3 & #4.
COX, GEORGE SHELDY Jr.
b. 11 Mar 1903, d. 11 Mar 1903 stillborn infant, age
00y. Int. in SW 200-2 S/2. Charged to J.D. Augea
and Fred C. Cox. Parents were George Cox born in
Indiana and Emma Augea born in Iowa. Ref: #3.
GRAY, GEORGE C.
b. 1855, d. 9 Mar 1912 of mitral regurgitation of the
heart and dilation of the stomach, age 57y. Int. Mar
1912 in SE 203 N/2 Row 6 with Hazel Gray).
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He the widower to Hazel
Gray (died in 1890). He was a bridge carpenter, lived
at 539 East 50th St. North Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington attended by
Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver. Details: Peter
Ortig was at the juntion of 6th and Franklin Sts. in
the City of Vancouver, Washington when Mr. Gray
fell on his face; C.C. Fleener a driver for “Mar
Delivery #1” was the only witness to actually see the
accident. Mr. Gray was attended by Dr. Herbert C.
Leiser of Vancouver but the man died shortly after
his arrival about 11:30 AM. Postmortim showed a
cerebral hemorrhage. Valuables were:$17.10, a watch
with chain, and a letter addressed to C. Clem Derr.
The Body was delivered to GRICE and BEATTY
under orders from Mrs. P. Ortig. Funeral 10 Mar
1912 at KNAP Chapel with Reverand J. C. Cause,
Charged to Mrs. G.C. Gray at home and the SP&S
RR CO. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 201
SW 201 N/2 bought 2/25/1903 by Mrs. Nancy Baker
SW 201 S/2 bought 2/21/1903 by H. A. Evans
BAKER, MARY
b. 1829, d. 24 Jul 1903 died of gangrene, age 74y.
Int. in SW 201 N/2 Line 8. (SELF). Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM D.
b. 1847 Missouri, d. 20 Jul 1903, teamster, died of
cancer of the stomach, age 56y. Int. 21 Jul 1903 in
SW 201-1 S/2 Line 8. (H.A. EVANS). Parents were
not named but they were both born in Missouri.
Ref: #3.
SW 202
SW 202 S/2 bought 10/11/1892 by Robert Buswell
transferred by W.H. Metcalf
EWING, MOLLIE A. (METCALF)
b. 1843 Martinsville, Martin County, Kentucky, d. 8
Jul 1907 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington of
cancer, age 64y. Int. 10 Jul 1907 in SW 202 Line 7.
She was married (1) Daniel Metcalf (an Attorney) in
Thurnholm, Missouri. He died in 1880. Mollie started
her own newspaper in Lamont, Colorado, sold out
this paper and moved to Corpus Christie, Texas with
her son, William H. Metcalf (an attorney), and
established another newspaper called "The Sun"; then
she bought out the "The Banner Leader. In 1891 she
married (2) J.D. Ewing (he is not buried at
Vancouver City Cemetery). She came to Vancouver
with her son, William and her home was at Columbia
Ave., and eighth streets. Her son William died
February 26 1905, then her health deteriorated. She
SW 203
SW 203 N/2 bought 12/21/1893 by W.H. Swan
SW 203 N/2 bought 1894 by A.W. Gray
SW 203 S/2 bought 10/11/1892 transferred to Robert
Buswell
SW 203 S/2 bought 5/1/1905 by Robert Buswell
GRAY, HAZEL
b. ?, d. 22 Oct 1890 of a sore throat, age ?. Int. 23 Oct
1890 in SW 203 N/2 Line 6. (A.W. GRAY). She was
married to George C. Gray 1855-1912). Parents
were not listed. Ref: #3.
GRAY, CHARLES A.
b. Apr 1890, d. 28 Oct 1890 died of membranous
croup, age 6m. Int. 29 Oct 1890 in SW 203 N/2.
(F.W. HOPKINS) Parents were not listed but they
were probably George C. & Hazel Gray. Ref: #3.
METCALF, WILLIAM H.
b. Dec 1866 Missouri, d. 26 Feb 1905 of cancer of
the stomach in San Antonia, Texas, age 38y 1m. Int.
1 Mar 1905 in SW 203 Line 6 (has marker). (SELF)
He was a lawyer, rented his home, married in Texas
to Bessie Boswell and had a son Melvin: they
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returned 10 Oct 1907 after William had died. Parents
were Daniel Metcalf born in Missouri and Mollie
Crowe born in Kentucky. Ref: #3.
METCALF, JOSEPH W.
b. 1864 Missouri, d. 8 Feb 1899, age 35y, removed
26 Apr 1904 from grave and reburied in SW 203-3
Line 6 (has marker ). (Robert Buswell). Parents
were not listed, but were probably Daniel Metcalf
born in Missouri and Mollie Crowe born in
Kentucky. Ref: #3.
METCALF, MELVIN W.
b. Jul 1894 Washington, d. 24 Nov 1967 died of
diabetes, age 73y. Int. Nov 1967 in SW 203-3 ashes
(has marker with Melvin Metcalf and Robert
Boswell). Parents were probably William H. (18661905) and Bessie (Boswell) Metcalf born May 1869
Missouri. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900 Census.)
BOSWELL, ROBERT Sr.
b. Aug 1839 England, d. 10 Jan 1916 no cause of
death listed, age 76y 5m. Int. 13 Jan 1916 in SW 2031 (no marker). He was married to Flora ( ) Boswell
(b. Apr 1860 Wisconsin). He was a farmer owning 32
acres. His children were were: (1) Jacob b. May 1878
Nebraska, (2) Charles b. Apr 1880 born in Nebraska,
(3) Albert b. Jun 1882 Nebraska, (4) Robert Jr.
(1881-1905), (5) Katie b. May 1886 Nebraska, (6)
Clara b. May 1888 Nebraska, (7) Minnie b. Aug 1890
in Washington and (8) William b. Oct 1892
Washington. Parents were not listed but were born
in England. Ref: #3.
BOSWELL, ROBERT Jr.
b. May 1884 Nebraska, d. 20 Apr 1905 died of
accidental injuries, age 20y 11m. Int. 22 Apr 1905 in
SW 203 S/2 (no marker). Parents were Robert
Boswell Sr. born in August 1840 in England and
Flora Boswell b. April 1860 in Wisconsin. Ref: #3.
SW 204
SW 204 N/2 bought 2/21/1903 by Louis Burgy
BURGY, LOUIS ISAAC
b. 9 Dec 1856 in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territory, d. 22 Aug 1918 of carcinoma,
age 61y 6m 13d. Int. 26 Aug 1918 in SW 204 N/2
Line 5. He married (1) 10 Jul 1882 to Mary Louise
DuPuis daughter of Nicholas DuPuis, Louis Burgy
was her 3rd husband, and he (2) married 7 Jul 1897
in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington to
Katherine M. Holtzman (4 Mar 1873-7 Nov 1906),
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Parents were John Charles Burgy Sr. (6 Dec 182331 Oct 1901 born in Herslishheim, Alsalce
Lorraine, France) and Mary Ann Steffen (16 Jan
1826-3 Apr 1905 also born in Herslishheim, Alsalce
Lorraine France and they were married in Alsalce
Lorraine, Louis and Mary Ann are buried at St.
James Acres Catholic Cemetery Section 113 with
several of their children. They crossed the Atlantic
Ocean in 1851 with two children on the ship "Susan".
In the spring of 1852 they joined an Oregon Bound
Wagon Train. In 1854 the family moved to Clark
County, Washington Territory on 320 acres of a
Donation Claim. He was also in the 1855 Indian
uprising against the white settlers in Oregon Territory
Louis joined Company A of the First Washington
Territory Regiment of Mounted Calvary He was a
Civil War Vet, Cpl. Co. C 1st Oregon Cavalry. Ref:
#1, #3, #6 Clark County Washington Territory
1860,1870, 1871, 1880 & 1900 Census.
BURGY, KATHERINE M.
b. 4 Mar 1873, d. 7 Nov 1906 died of cancer, age 33y
8m 3d. Int. 9 Nov 1906 in SW 204 Line 5. (has
marker "Weep not Dear Husband, Children for me
for I am waiting in Heaven for thee. As you stand by,
so once stood I. Prepare the way and follow me.
(Erected by the Women of Woodcraft.) She was
married 7 Jul 1897 to Louis Isaac Burgy (18561918). She was a housewife and a member of The
Women of Woodcraft. Parents were not listed, but
were named "Holtzman". Ref: #1, #3, #6 (1880
Census).
BURGY, CHESTER W.
b. 1903, d. 4 Dec 1961, age 58y. Int. in SW 204-4
Line 5. Parents were Louis Isaac Burgy (18561918) and Katherine M. Holtzman (1873-1906).
Ref: #1, #3
BURGY, GEORGE J. (Twin)
b. 21 Jan 1900 Clark County, Washington, d. 2 Feb
1900, died of debility, age 17d. Int. 2 Feb 1900 in
SW 204 Line 5. (has marker with mother and sister
"Two little buds of love to bloom in heaven above".
He was a twin to Lilliam M. Burgy. Parents were
Louis Isaac Burgy (1856-1918) and Katherine M.
Holtzman (1873-1906). Ref: #1, #3, #4.
BURGY, LILLIAN (Twin)
b. 21 Jan 1900 Clark County, Washington, d. 20 Feb
1903 died of throat trouble, age 3y 30d. Int. 21 Feb
1903 in SW 204 Line 5. (Has marker with mother
and brother). "Two little buds of love to bloom in
Heaven". She was a twin to George J. Burgy.
Parents were Louis Isaac Burgy (1856-1918) and
Katherine M. Holtzman (1873-1906). Ref: #3, #4 &
#6 (1900 Census.)
(her parents were also born in Virginia) she was a
laundress, they had at least 6 children one was Annie
Pancoast who married Harry Brazier. Ref: #3, #5 &
#6 (1900 Census).
BURGY, LOUIS F.
b. Mar 1898 Clark County Washington, d. 14 Mar
1974 died of heart failure, age 76y. Int. 15 May (?
Mar) 1974 SW 204-5 N/2 Line 5. Parents were
Louis Isaac Burgy (1856-1918) and Katherine M.
Holtzman (1873-1906). Ref: #1, #3 #6 (1900
Census.)
SW 205
SW 205 N/2 bought 21 Dec 1893 by William H.
Swan
WISE, VIRGINIA JOAN
b. 18 Apr 1927 Portland, Multnomah County Oregon,
d. 18 Apr 1927 a stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. Apr
1927 in SW #205 - Baby Green Section (no markerno record). Born and died at the Wilcox Memorial
Hospital in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon
attended by Dr. E.J. Labbe of the Corbett Bldg. in
Portland. No funeral. Ordered by and charged to
father James Wise of Salem Oregon. Parents were
James Wise born in Portland, Oregon and Virginia
Reyburn born in Indiana. Ref: #4.
SWAN, WILLIAM H.
b. 1831 Michigan, d. 29 May 1895 died of a bowel
obstruction, age 63y. Int. 31 May 1895 in SW 205
N/2 Line 4. [SELF]. He was a widower to Elizabeth
Swan. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WISE, WILLIAM R.
b. ?, d. 25 May 1933, age ?. Int. 1933 in SW #205 Baby Green Section. He was a twin to Virginia Joan
Wise. Parents were James Wise and Virginia
Reyburn. Ref: #4.
SWAN, ELIZABETH
b. 1833 Michigan, d. 18 Nov 1893 died of
pneumonia, age 60y. Int. 19 Nov 1893 in SW 205
N/2 Line 4. [W.H. Swan]. She was married to
William H. Swan. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
WISE, VIRGINIA JOAN
b. ?, d. 25 May 1933, age ?. Int. May 1933 in SW
205-Baby Green Section. She was a twin to William
R. Wise. Parents were James Wise and Virginia
Reyburn. Ref: #4.
SWAN, MARY L.
b. 1853, d. 19 Dec 1894 died of erysipelas (a
streptococcus infection), age 41y. Int. 20 Dec 1894 in
SW 205 N/2 Line 4 [W.H. SWAN]. Parents were
William H. Swan (1831-1895) and Elizabeth ( )
Swan (1833-1893). Ref: #3.
SMITH, INFANT
b. 18 Jul 1927 Vancouver, Clark County Washington,
d. 18 Jul 1927 a stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. 18 Jul
1927 in SW 205 - Baby Green (no marker-no record).
Child was born and died at St. Joseph Hospital in
Vancouver attended by Dr. Ralph Leiser of
Vancouver. The funeral was 18 Jul 1927 at grave site
with Reverand Dr. Herbert F. Jones. Ordered by and
charged to F.D. Smith of Todd Acres in Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were F.D. Smith born in
Wisconsin and Ruby Raynes born in Portland,
Oregon. Ref: #4.
BRAZIER, HARRY
b. 1856 England, d. 19 Jan 1894 died of heart trouble,
age 38y. Int. 21 Jan 1894 in SW 205 S/2. He was
married after 1880 to Anna Pancoast (in 1880 he
lived at the New Columbia Hotel. NOTE: no marker
for her if buried beside him. Parents were not listed
but were both born in England. Ref: #3, & #6
(1880 Census.)
PANCOAST, FRED
b. Mar 1884 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
27 Jan 1938, age 53y 9m. Int. Jan 1938 in SW 205-3
Line 4 [A. Brazier] PEARSON MORTUARY.
Parents were Francis L. Pancoast (b. about 1846
Maryland (his parents also were born in Maryland) a
soldier at the Vancouver Barracks Company C 21st
Infantry and Jenny ( ) Pancoast b. 1856 Virginia
BOWDEN, INFANT (Female)
b. 24 Jan 1937 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 24 Jan 1937 premature baby, age 00y.
Int. 25 Jan 1937 in SW 205-Baby Green Section (no
marker) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was buried in
a home-made box. The parents lived at the
Vancouver Military Barracks, child was born and
died at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver attended by
Dr. L.L. Nunn of Vancouver. The Funeral was 25 Jan
1937 at grave site with a Military Post Chaplain.
Child Ordered by and charged to father Major E.T.
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Bowden. Parents were Major and Mrs. E.T.
Bowden. Ref: #4.
WRIGHT, INFANT
b. 24 Apr 1942 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 25 Apr 1942 a 6 months fetus, age
00y. Int. Apr 1942 SW 205 Baby Green [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (no marker-no record). Child was
buried in a home-made box. Child was born and died
at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver, the doctor was
not listed. The funeral service were at grave site clergy was not listed. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Samuel Wright of Rt. 2 Box 250 Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington. Ref: #4.
HUBER, INFANT (Male)
b. 2 Aug 1932 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 2 Aug 1932 a stillborn, age 00y. Int. 3
Aug 1932 in SW 205 Baby Green [KNAPP
MORTUARY].(no marker-no record).Child was born
and died at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver
attended by Dr. C.C. Wilcox of Portland. There was
no funeral. Ordered by and charged to father, Albert
Huber. Parents were Albert Huber born in
Billingham, Whatcom County, Washington and Ida
Hill born in Hockinson, Clark County, Washington.
They lived at 3010 "L" St. Vancouver. Ref: #4.
BECKETT, INFANT (Male)
b. 7 Jan 1932 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 7 Jan 1932 a stillbirth, age 00y. Int. 8 Jan 1932 in
SW 205-Baby Green. [KNAPP MORTUARY] (no
marker-no record). Child-was born and died at Clark
County General Hospital in Vancouver attended by
Dr. Jo Bennett Blair of Vancouver. The funeral was 8
Jan 1932 at graveside. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Fred Beckett of 415 East 39th St., Vancouver,
Washington. Ref: #4.
DOLLAR, WILBUR DANA
b. 20 Nov 1926 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 22 Feb 1927 of pneumonia, age 3m
1d. Int. 22 Feb 1927 in SW #205 Line 4 Baby Green
[KNAPP MORTUARY](no marker-no record).
Child, lived at 2008 E St., died at St. Joseph Hospital
in Vancouver attended by Dr. Jo Bennett Blair of
Vancouver. The funeral was 22 Feb 1927 4 PM at
grave site with Reverand Charles Baskerville.
Charged to father, E.D. Dollar. Parents were E.D.
Dollar born in Tennessee and Alice Bigsby born in
Wisconsin. Ref: #4.
HUNTER, INFANT
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b. 4 Mar 1927 Vancouver, Clark County Washington,
d. 4 Mar 1927 of a premature birth, age 00y. Int. 4
Mar 1927 in SW 205- Baby Green [KNAPP
MORTUARY](no marker-no record). Child-girl was
born and died at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall. The funeral was
4 Mar 1927 3 PM at grave site with Reverand
Charles Baskerville. Ordered and charged to father,
J.N. Hunter. Parents were J.N. Hunter born in
Minnesota and Maud Price born in Idaho who lived
at 1000 West 10th St. Vancouver, Washington. Ref:
#3 & #4
TURLEY, GEORGIA LEE
b. 21 Sep 1935 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 5 Jan 1936 of pneumonia, age 3m
14d. Int. 7 Jan 1936 in SW 205 Baby Green (no
marker). [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child-Girl lived at
1709 Columbia Ave., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Herbert
Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was 7 Jan 1936
10:30 AM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand Floyd
Johnston of Vancouver. Ordered by and charged to
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Turley. Parents were Frank
Turley and Irene Roublini both born in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon. Ref: #3 & #4.
BAUL, LOYAL
12 May 1937, d. 15 Feb 1938 died of bronco
pneumonia, age 9m 3d. Int. 17 Feb 1938 in SW 205
Baby Green [KNAPP MORTUARY](no marker).
Child was adopted and lived at 602 East 18th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. L.E. Hockett of Vancouver. The
funeral was 17 Feb 1938 KNAPP CHAPEL. Ordered
by and charged parents. Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Roque C. Baul. Note:the father was born in the
Philippine Islands and was in the Army Band 7th
Infantry at that time at Vancouver Barrack. On
10/4/1951 he wrote a letter to Knapp Funeral home to
establish that he lived at 602 East 18th St.,
Vancouver. He lived in 1951 at 501 Stanford Ave.,
Redwood City, California. Ref: #3 & #4
PAYSON, FRANCIS ARTHUR
b. 29 Oct 1927 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 10 Apr 1929 of malnutrition, age 1y
5m 11d. Int. 11 Apr 1929 in SW 205 Baby Green (no
marker). Child-boy, lived at Rt. 1 West Mill Plain
Vancouver, died at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver
attended by Dr. C.B. Alexander of Vancouver. The
funeral was 11 Apr 1929 2:30 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverand William F. Westwood.
Charged to father, Arthur Payson. Parents were
Arthur B. Payson born in Minnesota and Thelma
Coop born in Woodland, Cowlitz County,
Washington. Ref: #3.
SHOATE, INFANT
b. 2 Jan 1933 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 2 Jan 1933 born and died a six months fetuspremature baby age 00y. Int. in a home-made box 4
Jan 1933 in SW 205 Baby Green (no marker-no
record). [KNAPP MORTUARY]. The infant was
born and died at the Clark County General Hospital
attended by Dr. L.L. Nunn of Vancouver. No funeral.
Ordered by father, W.J. Shoate, no charge. Parents
were W.J. Shoate born in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington and Mary Hynad born in
Canada lived at 110 West 8th St., Vancouver,
Washington. Ref: #4.
BURSON, LYNNE HERBERT
b. 8 Nov 1932 Battle Ground, Clark County,
Washington d. 1 Jan 1934 of an abacus of the lungs,
age 1y 1m 23d, Int. 2 Jan 1934 in SW 205-Baby
Green [KNAPP MORTUARY](no marker-no
record). Child-boy, lived at Star Route Battle
Ground, Washington, died at the Clark County
General Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr. R.W.
Armstrong of Vancouver. The funeral was 2 Jan 1934
2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverand Raymond
Rees. Ordered by and charged to Parents and County
Welfare Commission. Parents were William P.
Burson born in Stayton, Marion County, Oregon
and Blanche French born in Oregon City,
Clackamus County, Oregon. Ref: #4.
KAMMER, BONNIE JEAN
b. 30 Nov 1934 Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon, d. 15 Dec 1934 of pneumonia, age 16 days.
Int. Dec 1934 in SW 205-Baby Green [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (no marker-no record). Child-girl
lived at Rt. #4 Box 181B Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Coroner
Kathrayn Cass of Vancouver (wife of Dr. William
Cass). The funeral was 16 Dec 1934 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Elder J.M. Conner. Ordered by and
charged to father, Joe Kammer. Parents were Joe
Kammer born in Lemmom, Perkins County, South
Dakota and Murriel Runyan born in Tacoma,
Pierce County, Washington. Ref: #3 & #4.
SW 206
SW 206 S/2 bought 11/18/1918 by H.L. Colby
transferred by Mrs. Elizabeth Smith
COLBY, NELLIE ELIZABETH
b. 3 Nov 1895 Oregon, d. 8 Nov 1918 of pneumonia,
age 23y 0m 25d. Int. 11 Nov 1918 in SW 206-1 S/2.
{Smith-Van Atta plot} [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She
was married to H.L. Colby, housewife, Christian,
lived in Pasco, Franklin County, Washington, died at
home of pneumonia, attended by Dr. E.C. Hanley of
Pasco. Funeral 14 Nov 1918 1 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL, no clergy listed. Charged to husband, H.
L. Colby of Pasco Washington. Parents were John
W. Healey (1867-1954) born in Michigan and Mary
J. Stidhane (1875-1930) born in Missouri. NOTE:
John Healey married (2) Lettie Bolen Bersch (18801943). Ref: #3 & #4.
GRIDLEY, F. C. (Male)
b. Feb 1820 New York, d. 9 Sep 1903 died of old
age, age 83y. Int. 10 Sep 1903 in SW 206 N/2 Line 3.
He was the widower of A.A. Gridley. Parents were
not listed but father was born in Connecticut and
mother was born in New York. Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
Census).
GRIDLEY, A.A.(Female)
b. Dec 1822 New York, d. 17 May 1901 of old age,
age 79y 5m. Int. 18 May 1901 in SW 206 N/2 (F.C.
Gridley). She was married to F.C. Gridley. Parents
were not listed but both were born in Connecticut.
Ref: #3, & #6 (1900 Census.)
YOUNG, DENNIS A.
b. 1963 Washington, d. 22 Nov 1991 in an auto
accident in Orem, Utah County, Utah. Int. 12 Dec
1991 in SW 206-2 ashes (SELF) [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL] Parents were not listed. Ref:
#3 & #5.
WHYTE, ALICE M.
b. 1865, d. 29 Apr 1914 died of brights disease, age
49y. Int. 26 May 1914 in SW 206-1 Line 3. She was
married. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
SW 207
SW 207 All bought 11/11/1892 by Allen G. Hall
HALL, JOSEPH
b. 1834 North Carolina, d. 12 May 1892, age 58y.
Int. (1) in NW 68-5 Line 10 removed and reburied 29
Oct 1928 in SW 207 Line 2 (has marker "Now his
labors done, Now the goal is won." Parents were not
listed, but he could be a brother of Allen G. Hall.
Ref: #3.
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HALL, ALLEN G.
b. 1849 Illinois, d. Apr 1894, age 45y. Int. 17 Apr
1894 in SW 207 Line 2. He was married to Jane Burt
Hall (has marker next to husband), [Clark County
1880 Census] and he was listed as a farm laborer.
Parents were not listed but his father was born in
North Carolina and his mother in Illinois. Ref: #3
& 6 (1880 Census).
HALL, HANNAH JANE BURT
b. 2 Feb 1856 Illinois, d. 25 Oct 1928 chronic
endocarditis, age 72y 8m 23d. Int. 29 Oct 1928 in
SW 207-3 Line 2. (A. HALL) [KNAPP
MORTUARY].{has marker with "Jane"}. She was
the widow of Allen G. Hall (1849-1894), a
housewife, lived near Randle, Lewis County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Lawman
of Randle. She had daughters Stella F. Hall (born in
1876 and Laura X. Hall born in 1879 and a son J.E.
Hall. The funeral was 29 Oct 1928 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverand George W. Frame. Ordered
by and charged to son, J.F. Hall of Portland. Note: a
brother was F.M. Burt. Parents were Dr. James M.
Burt (1832-1903) born in Ohio and Xantippi/Antipa
Crabb (27 Dec 1835-8 Jul 1902) born in Indiana.
Ref: #3 & #6 (1880 census).
HALL, JAMES NELSON
b. 5 Sep 1881 Battle Ground, Clark County
Washington, d. 9 Feb 1927 cancer of the liver, age
45y 5m 4d. Int. 13 Feb 1927 in SW 207-1 Line 2
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married, fisherman,
lived at 651 1/2 Union Ave. North Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, died at home attended
by Dr. Charles Zulyth of 1973 East Gilsan, Portland.
The funeral was 13 Feb 1927 2 PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverand Francis A. La Violette.
Ordered and charged to brother, J.F. Hall of Portland.
Parents were Allen G. Hall (1849-1894) born in
Illinois and Jane Burt (1856-1928) born in Indiana.
Ref: #3.
SW 208
RANCK, WILLIAM (Judge)
b. 30 Jul 1829 Butler County, Pennsylvania, d. 6 Sep
1908, age 79y 1m 7d. Int. 9 Sep 1908 in SW 208
Line 1. (Mrs. R.L. AUSTIN). He was the widower of
Kate Neer Ranck (1844-1892), a Pioneer of 1852 to
Oregon Territory. He was a wheelwright by
profession and came to Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington Territority in 1858 and opened a wagon
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shop. He had a prune orchard in the Orchards section
of Vancouver, he was elected as a Clark County
Commisioner and was a Republican in the
Washington Sate legislature. He a Probate Judge.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Ranck both born in
Pennsylvania (they were Pennsylvania Dutch.) Ref:
#2, #3 & #6 (1860, 1870, 1871, 1880 & 1900
Census).
RANCK, KATE
b. 30 Aug 1844 Butler County, Pennsylvania, d. 25
Nov 1892 of general debility, age 48y 2m 5d. Int. 27
Nov 1892 in SW 208 Line 1. She came over the
Oregon Trail in 1852 with her parents, married 2 Oct
1864 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
Territory to William Ranck (1829-1908), housewife,
died of general debility. Her children were Lulu,
Bertha and Glenn. Parents were Calab Neer (ca
1812-1889) born in Germany and Elizabeth ( )
Neer (ca 1819-1883) born in Germany both buried
in the Masonic Cemetery in St. Helens, Oregon.
They lived in St. Helens, Oregon. Ref: #2, #3, #6
(1870, 1871 & 1880 Census).
SHEPARD/SHEPARD, BERTHA RANCK
b. Mar 1867 Washington, d. 28 Sep 1954 died senile,
age 87y 6m. Int. 3 Nov 1954 in SW 208-4 Line 1
(ashes). (WILLIAM RANCK ESTATE). She was
the widow of John C. Shepard, a Carpenter, (no
marker). She had a daughter Hazel Irene (1888-1893)
son Graydon born Dec 1893 in Oregon. Parents
were William Ranck 1829-1908 Butler County,
Pennsylvania) and Kate Neer (1844-1892 born in
Pennsylvania). Ref: #2, #3, #4 & #6 Clark County
Washington Territory 1870, 1871, 1880 & 1900
Census.
SHEPARD/SHEPARD, HAZEL IRENE
b. Sep 1888, d. 8 Mar 1893 of pneumonia, age 5y
6m. Child. Int. 11 Mar 1893 in SW 208 Line 4.
(WILLIAM RANCK). Parents were John C.
Shepard (1867 Nebraska - a carpenter, owned his
own home) and Bertha R. Ranck (1867-1954)
duaghter of Probate Judge William (1829-1908) and
his wife Kate Neer (1844-1892). Ref: #3 #6
(1870,1871, 1880 & 1900).
VANCOUVER CITY CEMETERY
NORTH EAST SECTION
And If Through Patient Toil We Reach
The Land Where Tired Feet, With Sandals
Loosened,My Rest Then We Shall Clearly
Know And Understand I Think That We
Will Say, God Knew Best.
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NE 01
NE 01 N/2 bought 12/30/1909 by D.M Ellsworth and
T.A. McCreavy/McCreary NE 01 S/2 bought
3/12/1908 by W.H. McFarlane
McFARLANE, DAVID
b. May 1844 Michigan, d. 11 Mar 1908, age 63y. Int.
12 Mar 1908 in NE 1 Line 16. He was married to
Julia McFarlane (1832-1912). He worked as a logger.
A "Pioneer" of Clark County Washington Territory.
Rented his home in 1900 Census. He had a brother,
Peter C. McFarlane (1848-1898) who married Esther
Courter and had a son Fred McFarlane. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3 & #6 (1900 Census).
McFARLANE, JULIA
b. 12 May 1832 New York, d. 12 Apr 1912 of senile
paresis with dementia, age 79y 11m 0d. Int.13 Apr
1912 in NE 01-2 Line 16.[KNAPP MORTUARY].
She was the widow of David McFarlane (18441908), a housewife, Church of God, lived in
Vancouver (Felida area), and was a Pioneer of Clark
County, Washington. She died at home attended by
Dr. R. G. Black of Vancouver. Funeral 13 Apr 1912
at the Felida Church of God with Reverend Mr.
Geoghegan. Charged to Frank Connan of Vancouver
and W.H. McFarlane. Parents were not listed but
her father was born in New Jersey and the mother in
English Canada. Ref:#3, #4, & #6 (1900 Census).
McCREARY, EMMA R.
b. Nov 1869 Illinois, d. 29 Dec 1909 of a tumor
operation, age 40y.Int. 31 Dec 1909 in NE 01 N/2
Line 16. She was married to T.A. McCreary (b. Oct
1856 Iowa- d. (?) a painter. Note:he was not found to
be buried in a Clark County Cemetery. Their children
in the 1900 Census were:(1) Earl b. Nov 1887
Nebraska, (2) Edna b. Sep 1889 Nebraska and (3)
M i l d r e d b . S e p 1 8 9 6 W a s h i n g t o n . E m m a R.
McCreary died of a tumor operation. Parents were
not listed but both were born in English Canada.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark (1900 Census).
NE 02
NE 02 single #3 bought 4/28/1908 by E.H. Wright
transferred 12/20/1909 to Walter T. Foulke
FOULKE, SILAS T.
b. 7 Dec 1840, d. 29 Apr 1908 of disease of the heart,
age 67y 4m 22d. Int. 30 Apr 1908 in NE 02-3 Line
15.[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to Catherine L.
Foulke (1844-1917), he was a carpenter, Christian,
lived at 711 W. 17th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Edward F.
Hixon of Vancouver. Funeral 30 Apr 1908 at home
with Reverend Robinson. Also buried in same Plot
and have markers, are grandson Lloyd Allen Foulke
(1911-1916), and son and daughter-in law, Walter T.
Foulke (1882-1967) and his wife Helen D. Foulke
(1892-1968). Charged to E.H. Wright and Walter T.
Foulke (1882-1967). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3, & #4.
FOULKE, CATHERINE LOUISE
b. 29 Feb 1844, d. 5 Mar 1917 of chronic bronchitis,
age 73y 0m 4d. Int. 7 Mar 1917 in NE 02-2 Line 15.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow of Silas
T. Foulke (1840-1908), lived at 2315 Kauffman Ave.
Vancouver, Washington, died at home of attended by
Dr. C.C. Wilcox of Vancouver. Funeral 7 Mar 1917 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Sawyer and
at grave site with Reverend R.W. Dunn. Pall bearers
were:the Mrs. M.C. Sharp, N.L. Frazier, I.D. Cook
and J.W. Walters. Charged to son, Walter T. Foulke
and daughter, Mrs. E.H. Wright. Parents were
Thomas Sheron and Jemima House both born in
Ohio. Ref:#3 & #4
FOULKE, WALTER T.
b. Oct 1882 Indiana, d. 20 Apr 1967 of a stroke, age
84y 6m. Int. Apr 1967 in NE 02-3 Line 15. [SELF]
married to Helen D. Foulke (1892-1968). Parents
were Silas T. and Catherine L. Foulke. Ref:#3.
FOULKE, HELEN D.
b. Oct 1892, Washington, d. 28 Dec 1968 of heart
failure, age 76y 10m. Int. 2 Jan 1969 in NE 02-2 Line
15. [HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME]. She was the
widow of Walter T. Foulke (1882-1967). Charged to
E.M. Wright. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
FOULKE, FLOYD
202
b. 1908, d. ca 30 Oct 1909 no cause was listed, age ca
1y. Int.31 Oct 1909 in NE 02 Line 15.. Child lived at
RFD #5 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at home no doctor was listed. Funeral 31 Oct 1909 at
home with no clergy listed. Charged to father James
S. Foulke of RFD #5 Vancouver. Washington. Owner
of plot was Walter T. Faulke. Parents were James S.
Foulke and Lena Green. Ref:#3 & #4
FOULKE, LLOYD ALLEN
b. 22 Mar 1911 Washington, d. 27 Jan 1916 of acute
nephritis, age 4y 10m 5d. Int. 29 Jan 1916 in NE 02-1
Line 15. Owner of plot was Walter T. Faulke.
Parents were James Foulke and Lena Green. Ref.
#3
FOULKE, RALPH
b. 14 Jul 1921 Washington, d. 17 Jul 1921, age 3d.
Int. 18 Jul 1921 in NE 02-1 Line 15. Owner of plot
was E.N. Wright. Parents were James Foulke and
Lena Green. Ref:#3
KORBY, EMIL NE
b. ?, d. Sep 1909, age ? Int. 7 Sep 1909 in NE 02 Line
15. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 03
NE 03 All bought 6/3/1908 by Mrs. Hanna Hinch
HINCH, HENRY D.
b. Nov 1850 Germany, d. 3 Jun 1908 of TB, age 58y
5m. Int. 5 Jun 1908 in NE 03 Line 14. He was a
farmer, owned 200 acres, married to Hanna Hinck
(1852-1930), a naturalized US 1882. Charged to
Hanna Hinch. Their children were in 1900 Census:(1)
Peter C. b. Nov 1880-1919 Germany, (2) Henry J. b.
Aug 1882-1928 Minnesota, the rest of the children
were born in Washington, (3) Charles b. Feb 1889,
(4) Ernest W. b. Oct 1890, (5) Mary M.A. b. May
1893, and (6) Annie M.H. b. Dec 1895. Parents
were not listed but both were born in Germany.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
HINCH, ANNA
b. 7 Sep 1852 Germany, d. 26 Jan 1930 of brights
disease, age 77y 4m 19d Int. 29 Jun 1930 in NE 03-4
Line 14. [KNAPP MORTUARY] [SELF]. She was
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t h e w i d o w o f H e n r y D . H i n c h ( 1 8 5 0 -1908),a
housewife who lived at 2503 Grant St., Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. A.W. Stevenson. The funeral was 29 Jan 1930 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend George
Koehler. She was a naturalized US citizen in 1882.
Ordered by Carl and Ernest Hinch and
daughters:Mrs. C.T. Campbell, Mrs. Annie Howard
and Mary Hinch (1893-1937). Charged to the estate
and C.T. Campbell. Parents were Chriss Pepper and
mother's name not known both born in Germany.
Ref:#3, #4 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900
Census.
HINCH, PETER C.
b. Nov 1880 Germany, d. 10 Oct 1919 died of a
tumor, age 18y 11m. Int. 12 Oct 1919 in NE 03-1
Line 14. Parents were Henry J. Hinck (1850-1908)
and Anna/Hanna Pepper/Piper b o t h b o r n i n
Germany and buried in NE 03 Line 14. Ref:#3 & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
HINCH, HENRY JOSEPH
b. 21 Aug 1882 Minnesota, d. 23 Sep 1928 of a
fracture of the skull, age 46y 1m 2d. Int. 26 Sep 1928
in NE 3-2 Line 14. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Single,
a longshoreman, lived at Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at St. Vincent Hospital in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon of attended by the
coroner Dr. Earl Smith of Portland. Funeral 26 Sep
1928 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Luther B. Deck. Ordered by and charged to mother,
Anna/Hanna Hinch, and Carl Hinch. [H. HINCh]
Parents were Henry D. Hinch (1850-1908) and
Hanna/Anna Piper both born in Germany. Ref:#3,
#4 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
HINCH, MARY
b. May 1893 Washington, d. 11 Jun 1937 of TB, age
44y 1m. Int. in NE 03 Line 14. [HAMILTON
CHAPEL]. She was single. Parents were Henry D.
Hinch and Hanna Pepper both born in Germany.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County, Washington 1900
Census.
NE 04
NE 04 All bought 7/21/1908 by Mrs. Ida Robertson
ROBERTSON, ALBERT E.
b. 1860, d. 20 Jul 1908 died of a brain hemorrhage,
age 48y. Int. 22 Jul 1908 in NE 04 Line 14. Married
to Ida Robertson (1867-1949). Owner of plot was Ida
Robertson. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
ROBERTSON, IDA M.
b. Feb 1867 Illinois, d. 12 Sep 1949, age 82y 7m. Int.
204
15 Sep 1949 in NE 04-4. [SELF]. Widow of Albert
E. Robertson (1860-1908). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
BROWN, HAROLD M.
b. Jun 1887 North Dakota, d. 17 Aug 1956 died of
heart failure, age 69y 2m. Int. 21 Aug 1956 in NE 041 Line 13. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Married to Hazel Mae Brown (1892-1971). Owner
of Plot was Ida Robertson. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
BROWN, HAZEL MAE
b. Oct 1892 Iowa, d. 12 Dec 1971 died of heart
failure, age 79y 2m. Int. 14 Dec 1971 in NE 04-2
Line 13. [BURNS FUNERAL HOME - Pendelton,
Oregon]. She was the widow of Harold M. Brown
(1887-1956). Owner of Plot was Ida Robertson (she
may be the daughter of the Harold M. Browns).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 05
NE 05 N/2 bought 5/25/1909 by A.T. Weston
NE 05 N/2 bought 8/25/1913 by A.F. Weston
NE 05 S/2 bought 7/23/1908 by Alice L. Kies
NE 05 single #5 bought 3/27/1911 by E.W. Flagler
KIES, RAYMOND
b. 13 Jan 1839 Massachusetts, d. 23 Jul 1908 of
paralysis, age 69y 6m 10d. Int. 25 Jul 1908 in NE 05
S/2 Line 12 (has marker "The hearts keen anguish
only those can tell who've bid the dearest and best
farewell". [ALICE KIES]. Married to Alice Kies. He
was a farmer owned 49 acres. Children in 1880
were:(1) Myron B. b. Nov 1866 and (2) Laura Ellen
b. Jan 1874 both born in Arcadia, Wisconsin who
married Roland A. Quarnberg, (3) Child in 1900
Lorna/Laura E. Kies who was a dressmaker. Living
next to his parents in 1900 was Myron Kies who was
married to Nellie (b. Jun 1871). Parents were not
listed but his father was born in Connecticut and
mother in Massachusetts. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1880 & 1900 Census.
KIES, ALICE LOVISSA
b . 2 0 J a n 1 8 4 6 Rockford, Winnebago County,
Illinois, d. 11 Nov 1930 of cancer of the uterus, age
84y 9m 21d. Int. 13 Nov 1930 NE 05 S/2 line 12.
[KNAPP CHAPEL]. Widow of Raymond Kies
(1839-1908), housewife, Methodist, lived with
daughter at 26th St. at Miller Ave., Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral 13 Nov
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1930 2 PM with Reverend Raymond Rees. Ordered
by and charged to daughter, Mrs. Roland Quarnberg
and husband. Parents were Ansel Courtright and
Ellen Morrison both born in New York. Ref:#3, #4,
#6 Clark County, Washington 1880 & 1900 Census.
QUARNBERG, ROLAND A.
b. 8 Jul 1877 Vermillion, Clay County, South
Dakota, d. 2 Feb 1949 of a cerebral hemorrhage, age
71y 7m. Int. 4 Feb 1 9 4 9 i n NE 05-4 Line 12.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Married
Laura Ellen Kies 6 Jan 1903 in Clark County,
Washington. Worked at the Vancouver US Post
Office for 35 years until retirement, member of the
Elks Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Royal Highlands,
Minnehaha and Pomona Grange and the Vancouver
Rotary Club. Funeral by VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL with Reverend Daniel Taylor officiating. A
daughter was Alice Lydia Quarnberg (b. 12 Mar
1905) married Floyd Bowers. Parents were Andrew
Anderson Quarnberg (1849-1933) Sweden and
Lydia M. Norelius (1858-1909). Ref:#2, #3, #5, & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
QUARNBERG, LAURA ELLEN
b. Jan 1874 Arcadia, Trempealeau County,
Wisconsin, d. 23 Dec 1960 of pneumonia, 85y 11m.
Int. 27 Dec 1960 in NE 05-4 Line 12. She was the
widow of Roland A. Quarnberg (1877 -1949),
housewife. Parents were Raymond Kies (18391908) Massachusetts and Alice Lovissa Courtright
Illinois. Ref:#2, #3, #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
NE 06
NE 06 All bought 1/30/1909 by Jacob Westhoff
WESTHOFF, JULIUS
b. 10 Apr 1823 Germany, d. 30 Jan 1909 no cause of
death was listed, age 85y 7m 8d. Int. 31 Jan 1909 in
NE 06 Line 11. [KNAPP CHAPEL]. A widower, he
was a druggist, Lutheran, naturalized citizen US in
1880, lived at 106 East 7th St. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home and no doctor was
listed. Funeral 31 Jan 1909 at home with Reverend
W.C. Drahn. Charged to son Jake (Jacob H.)
Westhoff (1874-1949 and his wife Anna E. Westhoff
(1877-1972 both have markers in Plot NE 06).
Note:In the 1900 Census there was a Mary Westhoff
(b. Nov 1860 Germany) who was listed as a
housekeeper with her children born in Washington
State:Ida (b. Jun 1883), Julius (b. Jun 1885), Mary (b.
Nov 1890) and Freddie (b. Nov 1892) they lived with
Peter Hoch (probably her brother) a widower (b. Jan
1857 Germany) and his daughter Maggie (b. Feb
1886 Germany). Also there were two Westhoff
children living at the Catholic House of
Providence:Mary (b. Jan 1891) and Fred (b. Jul 1893)
both born in Washington State. Parents were not
listed, but were born in Germany. Ref:#3, & #4 &
#6 Clark County, Washington 1900 Census.
WESTHOFF, JACOB H.
b. Sep 1874 Germany, d. 4 Mar 1949, age 85y 5m.
I n t . 7 M a r 1 9 4 9 i n NE 06-2 Line 11. (SELF)
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was
married to Anna E. Westhoff ( ) (1877-1972). He
was a tailor. He came from Germany and became a
citizen of the US in 1880, rented his home. In 1900
h e had a daughter Edith 2 months born in
Washington State. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Julius
Westhoff both born in Germany. Ref:#3, #5 & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census #3, #4. & #6
Clark County, Washington 1900 Census.
WESTHOFF, ANNA E.
b. Jun 1877 West Virginia, d. Oct 1972 of a stroke,
age 95y 3m. Int. 17 Oct 1972 in NE 06-2 Line 11
(has marker "Mother"). She was the widow of Jacob
H. Westhoff (1874-1949). She had a daughter Edith
born Aug 1899 in Washington. Parents were not
listed but were born in Germany. Ref:#3 & #6
Clark County, Washington 1900 Census.
NE 07
NE 07 All bought 6/30/1910 by Edwin Gillihan
GILLIHAN, EDWIN
b. 11 May 1857 Oregon, d. 18 Dec 1921 of an ulcer
of the duodenum, age 64y 7m 7d. Int. 20 Dec 1921 in
NE 07-1 Line 10. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Anna Rebecca Leonard and they lived in
Kelso, Cowlitz County, Washington for 40 years;
died at home. Body was received by KNAPP
FUNERAL CHAPEL 20 Dec 1921 2:40 PM and
taken direct to grave site. Parents were Martin
Gillhan (1824-1906 born in Tennessee) and Sarah
C a t h e r i n e H o w e l l ( 1 8 3 3 -1 9 0 3 b o r n i n
Pennsylvania) both buried in SE 111 Line 2. Ref:#1,
#3 & #4.
GILLIHAN, ANNA REBECCA
b. 1865, d. 26 Mar 1940 of broncho pneumonia, age
75y. Int. 29 Mar 1940 in NE 07-2 Line 10. She was
the widow of Edwin Gillihan (1857-1921). Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Leonard. Ref:#1 & #3.
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GILLIHAN, EDWARD
b. (?), d. Jul 1890 no cause of death listed, age (?).
Int. 17 Jul 1890 in NE 07-2 Line 10. Parents were
not listed; but they may be Edwin Gilliham and
Anna Rebecca Leonard. Ref:#1 & #3
BILYEU, INFANT (Male)
b. (?), d. 30 Jun 1910 died of suffocation, age (?). Int.
30 Jun 1910 in NE 07 Line 10. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
NE 08
NE 08 single #1 bought 3/15/1909 by Dallon/Dillon
NE 08 single #2 bought 3/22/1909 by Hiram H.
Mapil
NE 08 single #3 bought 3/30/1909 by G.C. Potter
NE 08 single #4 bought 4/17/1909 by N.W. White
NE 08 single #5 bought 4/17/1909 by Wm. Mitchell
NE 08 single #6 bought 5/19/1909 by J.W. Wallace
MAPIL, JESSIE A.
b. 13 Sep 1880, d. 17 Mar 1909 of appendicitis, 28y
6m 4d. Int. 24 Ma 1909 in NE 08-2 Line 9. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married. A Hotel Clerk,
home address not listed, died at St. Joseph's Hospital
attended by Dr. William E. Cass of Vancouver.
Funeral 24 Mar 1909 at the I.O.O.F. Hall. Charge to
Hiram H. Mapil of Valentine Nebraska. Parents
were not listed, but probably Mr. & Mrs. Hiram
H. Mapil of Valentine, Nebraska. Ref:#3 & #4.
POTTER, INFANT
b. 29 Mar 1909 Camas, Clark County, Washington,
d. 29 Mar 1909 a stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. 30 Mar
1909 in NE 08-2 Line 9 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Parents lived at Camas, Clark County, Washington,
died at the home of Mr. Forborg attended by Dr.
Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 30 Mar
1909 no services and no clergy. Charged to G. C.
Potter of Camas Washington. Parents were Gilbert
C. Potter (b. Jan 1870 Oregon) a machinist -his
parents were father born in New York and mother in
Illinois and Minnie Potter (b. May 1873 Oregon) her parents were father born in Ohio and mother born
in Iowa. Ref:#3, #4 and #6 Clark County,
Washington 1900 Census.
WHITE, INFANT (Female)
b. (?), d. 17 Apr 1909 the cause of death was not
listed, age (?). Int. 17 Apr 1909 in NE 08-4 Line 9.
Parents were probably Mrs. & Mrs. N.W. White.
Ref:#3
MITCHEL, KENNETH
b. Dec 1908, d. 17 Apr 1909 no cause of death was
listed, age 5m. Int. 18 Apr 1909 in NE 08-5 Line 9.
Parents were not listed but were probably Mr. &
Mrs. William Mitchel. Ref:#3
MILLER, HAZEL/HATTIE
25 Jul 1895, d. 12 Nov 1911 of TB, age 15y 3m 18d.
Int. 14 Nov 1911 in NE 08-2 Line 9 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was single, a student, Christian,
lived at 15 East B St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr.I.
Sedgwick. Funeral 14 Nov 1911 at the Christian
Church with Reverend F. A. Ross. Parents were
William Miller (born Dec 1840 Indiana -d. (?) a
farmer who owned 75 acres in the Eaton Precinct and
mother may have been Almira Miller born May 1856
in Indiana. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
WALLACE, INFANT
b. 18 May 1909 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 18 May 1909 a premature birth, age
00y. Int. 19 May 1909 in NE 08-6 Line 9 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. The parents lived at the Brickyard
RFD #1 Vancouver, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. William E. Cass of Vancouver.
Funeral 19 May 1909 at home. Charged to father.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. James H. Wallace. Ref:#3
& #4.
NE 09
NE 09 single bought 1/16/1905 by Mrs. W.E.
McMurray
NE 09 single bought 1/21/1905 by G.A. Manning
NE 09 single #3 bought 6/1/1905 by Charles Rhodes
NE 09 single #4 bought 6/10/1905 by John Sueth
NE 09 single #5 bought 6/27/1905 by R. Vaughn
McMURRY, WILLIAM E.
b. Dec 1850, d. 14 Jan 1905 of heart failure, age 55y.
Int. 17 Jan 1905 in NE 09 Line 8. He was not listed in
1900 Census. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3.
b. Apr 1851 Illinois, d. 1 Jun 1905 died of kidney
failure, age 51y 2m. Int. 2 Jun 1905 in NE 09-3 Line
8. Clark County 1900 Census list no occupation,
lived with his sister Emma Rhodes and her family on
their farm on Prune Hill in Camas, Clark County,
Washington. George Rhodes Brother-in law was
Major Henry Bostwick (1829-1919) a pioneer doctor
and Civil War Vet) his wife was Emma A. Rhodes
Bostwick (1849- ). Charles Rhodes was probably a
son. Parents were not listed but the father was
born in Ohio. Ref:#2, #3, #4 & #6 Clark County,
Washington 1900 Census.
VAN ZANTE, A.B. (Male)
b. 1858, d. 23 Jun 1905 died of an abscess of the
appendix, age 47y. Int. 24 Jun 1905 in NE 09-5 Line
8. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
LEUTH, WALTER
b. (?), d. (?), no record. Int. in NE 09. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3.
LEUTH, EMMA
b. (?), d. (?), no record. Int. in NE 09. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3
NE 10
NE 10 single #1 bought by W.H. Ownby. He
changed to SE 127
NE 10 single #2 bought 10/4/1904 by E.G.
Waughman
NE 10 single #? bought 11/18/1904 by Daniel W.
Hough
NE 10 single #3 bought 10/8/1904 by J.C. McGaret
NE 10 single #10 bought 9/12/1904 by Bud H.
Tashner
NE 10 single #10 bought 1/6/1905 by W.H. Ownby
changed to SE 127
WAUGHMAN, INFANT
b. 1904 Washington, d. 27 Sep 1904, age (?). Int. in
NE 10-2 Line 7. Parents were Mr. & Mrs E. G.
Waughman. Ref #3
MANNING, LOELLA F.
b. 1877, d. 19 Jan 1905 no cause of death listed, age
28y. Int. 22 Jan 1905 in NE 09 Line 8. (G.A.
Manning). Parents were not listed, but probably Mr.
& Mrs. G.A. Manning. Ref:#3.
HOUGH, GWENDELINE LENERE
b. 17 Nov 1904 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 17 Nov 1904 died a stillborn baby,
age 00y. Int. 18 Nov 1904 in NE 10 Line 7 (has
marker "Resting in the Arms of Jesus." Parents were
Daniel W. and C.A. Hough. Ref:#3.
RHODES, GEORGE D.
McGARET, GEORGE
207
b. ?, d. ca 8 Oct 1904, age ? Int. 17 Oct 1904 in NE
10 Line 7. (J. C. McGARET). Parents were not
listed, but were probably Mr. & Mrs. J.C.
McGaret. Ref:#3.
TASHNER, OTTO
b. 1860, d. 10 Aug 1904 of heart failure, age 44y. Int.
16 Aug 1904 in NE 10 Line 7. (BUD H. TASHNER).
Note:he was first assigned to Potters field #108.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3.
NE 11
NE 11 N/2 bought 9/8/1906 by Clara G. Sederlof
NE 11 S/2 bought 4/3/1906 by Agnes Atkinson
SEDERLOF, EDWARD ROSCOE
b. 1900, d. 08 Sep 1906 died of consumption, age 6y.
I n t . 9 S e p 1 9 0 6 i n N E 1 1 N / 2 .(CLARA G.
SEDERLOF) Parents were not listed. Clara G.
Sederlof may have been the mother. Ref:#3.
ATKINSON, CLARENCE ATWOOD
b. 23 Oct 1871, d. 2 Apr 1906 died of consumption,
age 34y 5m 10d. Int. 4 Apr 1906 in NE 11 Line 6
(AGNES ATKINSON). (He has marker "Blessed are
the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Matt V:8).
He was married to Agnes A. (Shaw) Atkinson (18731963) daughter of Amos F. Shaw and Josephine
Elizabeth Moulin) buried in SW 120] Parents were
not listed. Ref:#2, #3.
ATKINSON, AGNES A.
b. Sep 1873 South Dakota, d. 16 Jun 1963 died
senile, age 89y 9m. Int. in NE 11-2 Line 6.(SELF)
[HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME]. Widow of
Clarence Atwood Atkinson (1871-1906). Parents
w e r e Amos F. Shaw (1839-1898 born in New
Hampshire) and Josephine Elizabeth Moulin (18461927 born in Iowa) they were both teachers and are
buried in SW 120 Line 8. Ref:#2, #3.
NE 12
NE 12 All bought 11/28/1905 by Frank Morris
MORRIS, MATHEW
b. Apr 1905 Washington, d. 28 Nov 1905 died of
pneumonia, age 7m. Int. 29 Nov 1905 in NE 12-1
Line 5. (FRANK MORRIS). Parents were Frank
Morris (b. Oct 1866 in Oregon) (he was a plumber
and his parents were father born in Iowa and mother
in Ohio) a n d M i n n i e M o r r i s ( b . M a r 1 8 7 4
Michigan) her parents were born in English
208
Canada. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County, Washington
1900 Census.
MORRIS, WALT
b. after 1900 Washington, d. Nov 1905 died probably
of pneumonia as his brother Matthew, age (?). Int. 28
Nov 1905 in NE 12 Line 5. (FRANK MORRIS).
Parents were Frank Morris (b. Oct 1866 Oregon)
and Minnie Morris (b. Mar 1874 Michigan ). Ref:#3
& #6 Clark County,Washington 1900 Census.
MORRIS, CALDWELL
b. 1903 Washington, d. 11 Dec 1969 died as a result
of an auto accident, age 55y. Int. 12 Dec 1969 in NE
12-2 Line 5. Parents were Frank Morris (b. Oct
1866 Oregon and Minnie Morris (b. Mar 1874
Michigan). Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
DERR, INFANT (Female)
b. 12 Oct 1908 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 12 Oct 1908 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. 13 Oct 1908 in NE 12 Line 5 (FRANK
MORRIS) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents lived at
814 Harney St. Vancouver. The baby died at home
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
Funeral 13 Oct 1908 at the English Lutheran Church
with Reverend W. C. Drahn. Charge to father,
William T. Derr of Vancouver. Parents were
William T. Derr (1875-1919 buried in NE 126 -1
Line 14) and mother's name not known, but it may
have been "Morris" . Ref:#3
NE 13
NE 14
PRICHARD, JAMES MILTON Jr.
b. 25 Nov 1871 Hayward, Alameda County,
California, d. 10 Feb 1927 died at Redmond, King
County, Washington, age 55y 9m 15d. Int. in Feb
1927 in NE 14 Line 14. The remains were sent from
Redmond, Washington to Vancouver, Washington.
Married (1) 25 Jun 1896 Mabel Lucinda Brumigan
and (2) 19 Sep 1902 to Allie Nunn. When James
Milton Prichard was fourteen his parents moved to
the Amboy area and took up a homestead. He went to
the Amboy grade school and graduated from
Vancouver High School in 1896. He continued his
education at Ellensburg Normal School until 1898
when he transferred to the University of Washington
in Seattle graduating in 1924. He also attended the
University of California and George Washington
University in Washington D.C. He became a teacher
and taught in Vancouver schools for a number of
years. He was Superintendent of Schools of in Clark
County, Washington from 1905-1907. After that time
he taught in the Puget Sound area for a number of
years. Note:His first wife Mabel is Int. in NE 105-1
Line 8 and his 2nd wife Allie Nunn is probably
buried at Park Hill Cemetery. Parents were James
Prichard Sr. (1846 Wisconsin-1906) and Bridget
Leo (1848 Ireland - 1905) they are buried in the
Montavilla Cemtery in Portland, Oregon. Ref:#1, #3
NE 15
NE 16
NE 17
NE 17 All bought 2/16/1904 by Frame W. Blair
CALDER, WILLIAM T.
b. Aug 1876 Clark County, Washington, d. 29 Apr
1939 died of heart failure, age 62y 8m. Int. 3 May
1 9 3 9 i n N E 1 7 L i n e 1 (has marker
"Brother".(FRAME W. BLAIR). [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL] Parents were not listed but
were probably Edward Calder and Mary E.
Nerton (who married 2nd Frame W. Blair). Ref:#3 &
#5
GALBRAITH, CLARA JANE
b. 1879, d. 18 Sep 1906 died of consumption, age
27y. Int. 19 Sep 1906 in NE 17 Line 1 (has marker
"Sister"). Married to Reverend Billy N. Galbraith
(son of James Galbraith and Emiline A Pyland).
P a r e n t s w e r e Edward Calder (1845-1878) and
Mary E. Nerton (1855-1929). Ref:#1, #3
NE 18
All plots bought 2/16/1904 by Frame Wesley Blair
BLAIR, FRAME WESLEY *
b. 23 Jul 1843 Dade County, Missouri, d. 18 Sep
1911 of angina pectoris, age 68y 1m 24d. Int.21 Sep
1911 in NE 18 Line 2 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Frame Blair died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 21 Sep 1911 at the
Mill Plain Methodist Church in Fisher clergy was not
listed. In 1873 with his brothers, Pinkney, Columbus
Seigle, Jasper Marion and their wives and children
and Frame Blair with his wife Louisa and three small
children took the Central Pacific RR to San Francisco
and from there they boarded a ship to Clark County
Washington where he bought land for farming and
had a prune orchard. He married (1) 1867 Louise
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Ann Pyland (1844-1874 (has marker in Plot next to
Frame). NOTE:Louise Ann was a sister to Sarah who
married Frame's brother Jasper) Note:Frame W. Blair
had a total of nine children. He and Louise Ann
Pyland had 4 children:Edgar Hamlin, Lucy Ann who
married Alpha Omega Hathaway, Lloyd W. and Kate
E. Blair (Lloyd & Katie died young and are in the
same plot with their father and mother. Frame Blair
boarded out the two oldest children until he remarried
(2) in 1883 a widow Mary E. Nerton Calder (18551929). She was about 14/15 when sh e married
Edward Calder(1845-1878) Ref:1871 Clark County
Census and they had 3 or 4 children. Mary also has
marker next to husband, Frame Blair. She and Frame
Blair had six children:Dola Ruth who married Claude
Carpenter, Sadie Lucretia who married William Jaye
Ferguson, Lotty Mae who married James Mitchell
Carpenter, Lulu Blanch never married and is buried
in the family plot, Sydney Kyle and Chester Clyde
Blair. Mary E. Nerton was the daughter of Thomas
and Elizabeth (Larkin) Nerton; She was first married
to Edward Calder [1845-1878/9 son of John Calder
who was an early employ of Hudson's Bay
Company]. Edward Calder is buried at Sifton
Cemetery with their children Flora Belle (1871-1880
and son Charles Edward (1873-1885). Frame Wesley
Blair was a Civil War Vet of the Union Forces in the
6th Missouri Volunteer Cavalry and he was a
member of the Ellsworth Post of the GAR.,Frame
Blair was a farmer - had a prune orchard, lived at
RFD #4 Mill Plain Camas, Clark County,
Washington (Fisher area) and had a dairy.Lloyd W.
and Katie Blair (the son and daughter of Frame and
Louisa are buried in the family plot); Lulu Blanch
Blair (1892-1920 the daughter of Frame and Mary E.
(Nerton); and Melissa Lundsfort Blair (1849-1874)
the first wife of his brother Pinkney Blair. Note:In
Plot NE 17 Line 1 are William T. Blair Calder (18761939) age 62y 8m called "brother" died of heart
failure buried by Vancouver Funeral Chapel; ordered
by daughter, Mrs. Carpenter, and Mr. Galbreath.
Charged to Mrs. Frame W. Blair at home Parents
were George W. Blair and Sally Rook. Ref:#1, #3,
#4, #6 Clark County Washington 1880 & 1900
Census 1900.
BLAIR, MELISSA
b. 12 Jan 1840 Polk County, Missouri, d. 8 Jun 1874,
age 34y 4m 27d. Int. 9 Jun 1874 in NE 18-4 Line
2.(FRAME W. BLAIR). She was married 21 Aug
1856 in Polk County, Missouri as the first wife to
Pinkney Blair (1838-1929). She had children:Asa
Alonzo Blair (1859-1931) who married Ella E. Wech
they are buried at Park Hill Cemetery, and Columbus
Seigle Blair (1861-1931) married Ann Elizabeth
Gilliham (daughter of Gideon Gilliham and Mary
Jane Henslee) both buried in SW 196 Line 13. In
1873 the family came west by train to San Francisco
and thence by ocean steamer to Sauvie Island then in
Washington Territory and by boat to Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington. Parents were Littleton
and Nancy Lunsford. Ref:#1, #3.
BLAIR, LOUISA ANN
b. 8 Dec 1844 Missouri, d. 29 May 1874, age 29y 6m
23d. Int. in NE 18-2 Line 2 (has marker "Let our
father's will be done . S h e s h i n e s i n e n d l e s s
day."(FRAME W. BLAIR). She was married 1867 in
Missouri to Frame Wesley Blair. She had 4
children:Edgar Hamlin, Lucy Ann, Lloyd W. and
Kate E. Blair. Parents were Joseph Bennett Pyland
and his wife Elizabeth. Ref:#1 & #3
BLAIR, KATIE
b. 6 Apr 1874 Fern Prairie area, Clark County,
Washington. d. 20 Jun 1881, age 7y 2m 14d. Int. Jun
1881 in NE 18 Line 2.(FRAME W. BLAIR). Parents
were Frame W. Blair (1843-1911) and Louise Ann
Pyland (1844-1874) both born in Missouri). Ref:#1
& #3
BLAIR, LLOYD W.
b. 18 Feb 1872 Missouri, d. 28 Jul 1873 no cause of
death was listed, age 1y 5m 10d Int. Jul 1873 in NE
18 Line 2. (FRAME W. BLAIR) (has marker "A
precious bud taken from earth to bloom in heaven").
NOTE:He died soon after the family arrived from
Missouri. Parents were Frame W. Blair (18431911) and Louise Ann Pyland (1844-1874) both
born in Missouri. Ref:#1 & #3
BLAIR, MARY E. CALDER
b. 1855 Vancouver (Orchards area), Clark County,
Washington, d. 7 Nov 1929, age 74y 2m. Int. 9 Nov
1929 in NE 18-4 Line 2.(FRAME W. BLAIR). She
was married (1) 26 Sep 1875 Edward Calder (18451878 Washington Territory) - They had 4 children.
Married (2) Frame W. Blair 17 Sep 1883 and they
had 6 more children. Parents were Thomas T.
Nerton (1820-1882 born in Yorshire, England and
Elizabeth Lockin 1833-1897). They crossed the
Oregon Trail in 1852 as newlywed. They are buried
in the Sifton Cemetery. Ref:#1, #3, #6 Clark County
Washington Territory 1860, 1870, 1871 & 1900.
BLAIR, LULU
210
b. 13 Apr 1892 Clark County, Washington, d. 9 Sep
1920 died of streptococcus angina, age 28y 4m 26d.
Int. 11 Sep 1920 in NE 18-5 Line 2. Never married.
P a r e n t s w e r e Frame Wesley Blair (1843-1911
Missouri) and Mary (Nerton) Calder (1855-1929
Washington). R e f : # 1 , # 3 , # 6 C l a r k C o u n t y
Washington 1900 Census.
BLAIR, PINKNEY *
8 Nov 1838 Jackson Township, Randolf County,
Missouri, d. 16 Nov 1929 of senility, age 91y 0m 8d.
Int. 18 Nov 1929 in NE 1 8 -2 Line 3 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was a widower. Married (1)
Mellisa Lunsford (1846-1874) and (2) her sister
Nancy Ellen Lunsford (1846-1915 born in Polk
County, Missouri). They are buried beside him. They
were the daughters of Littleton and Nancy Lunsford.
Pinkney Blair was a Commissary Sergeant and
Cavalryman during the Civil War, farmer, Methodist,
prune farmer and first Postmaster of the Fern Prairie
Area of Camas, Washington. He and his brothers and
their families came to Washington Territory in 1873
via train and boat. He lived at Rt. #1 Box 188 Camas,
Clark County, Washington (Fern Prairie), died at
home attended by Dr. A.E. Bird of Camas. Funeral
18 Nov 1929 2 PM at KNAPP Chapel with Reverend
W.E. Rossman. Ordered by daughters Mrs. Julia Etta
(John Penny) McQueen (1879-1972) and Mrs. Sarah
Bertha (Thomas Watt) Robinson (1882-1963 both
buried at Fern Prairie Cemetery). They were
daughters of Nancy Ellen Lunsford Blair. Charged to
the estate % (brother) Columbus Siegel Blair (18611931) who is buried in SW 195 N/2. Other children
of Pinkney Blair were Asa Alonzo Blair (1859-1931)
buried at Park Hill Cemetery), Minnie Mae Blair
(1877- ) m. (1) Frank Robinson (2) Will Strunk,
Isham N. Blair (1886-1906), and Frankie N. Blair (b.
1894- ). Parents were George W. Blair (6 Apr 1817
Warren County, Tennessee, son of Alexander Blair
and Rebecca Brown, he and his wife came west with
son Dr. Hannibal Blair in 1877 and returned to
Missouri that same year) and mother was
Sarah/Sally Rook (24 Jan 1818 Granger County,
Tennessee the daughter of Hezekiah Rook and Lucy
Watson. Ref:#1, #3 #4 & #6 (1880 & 1900).
NE 19
NE 19 single #1 bought 2/16/1871 by W.L. Stabler &
M.J. Hayden
NE 19 single #2 bought 2/16/1871 by M.J. Hayden &
W.L. Stabler
BLAIR, PINKNEY *
b. 8 Nov 1838 Jackson Township, Randolf County,
Missouri, d.
16 Nov 1929 senile, age 91y 0m 8d. Int. 18 Nov 1929
in NE 19-2 Line 3. (has marker "Rock of Ages").
[KNAPP MPRTUARY]. He was a Civil War Vet Served as Commissary Sergeant and Calvaryman in
the Union side. He married two sisters daughter of
Littleton and Nancy Lunsford (1) Mellisa Lunsford
(1840-1874 born in Polk County, Missouri buried in
NE 18-3 Line 2; she had two children: Asa Blair
(1859-1931 buried in Park Hill Cemetery and
Columbus Seigle Blair (1861-1931) buried in SW
195 Line 14. Pinkney Blair married her sister Nancy
Ellen Lunsford (1846-1915) She had five children:
Minnie Mae who married William Robinson and Will
Strunk, Julia Etta who married John Penny McQueen,
Sarah Bertha who married Thomas Watt Robinson,
Isham N. Blair who is buried in NE 19 Line 3, and
Frankie Blair. Pinkney Blair was a farmer in the
Fisher Landing area and first Postmaster of the Fern
Prairie area of Camas. He was a Methodist, came to
Oregon Territory via train to San Francisco then by
steamer to Washington Territory. He lived at Rt. #1
Box 188 Camas, Clark County, Washington (Fern
Prairie) died at home attended by Dr. A.E. Bird of
Camas. The funeral was 18 Nov 1929 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend W.E. Rossman.
Ordered by his daughter Mrs. Julia Etta McQueen
and Mrs. S. Bertha Robinson. Charged to the Estate
% Columbus Blair. Parents were George W. Blair
(1817- ) Tennessee son of Alexander Blair and
Rebecca Brown and Sarah (Sally) Rook (1818Granger County Tennessee) t h e daughter of
Hezekiah Rook and Lucy Watson. Ref: #1, # #4 & #6
(1880 & 1900 Census.)
BLAIR, NANCY ELLEN
b. 23 Apr 1846 Polk County Missouri, d. 31 Aug
1915 after a gall bladder operation, age 69y 4m 8d.
Int. 2 Sep 1915 in NE 19-5.[KNAPP MORTUARY].
She was married to Pinkney Blair (1838-1929). She
was the 2nd wife of Pinckney Blair married 19 Nov
1876. (Her sister, Melissa was his first wife (she had
2 children and Nancy had 5 children: Minnie Mae m.
Frank Robinson and Will Strunk, Julia Etta m. John
Penny McQueen, they are buried at Fern Prairie
Cemetery, Sarah Bertha m. Thomas Watt Robinson,
Isham N. Blair in NE 19 Line 3 and Frankie N. Blair.
Nancy Ellen Blair was a housewife, Methodist, lived
at Fern Prairie, Clark County, Washington, died at St.
Joseph Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr. C.C.
Wilcox of Vancouver. Funeral 2 Sep 1915 11 AM at
KNAPP Chapel with Reverend W.E. Rossman.
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Charged to husband Pinckney Blair of Fern Prairie,
Washington. Parents were Littleton Lunsford and
Nancy Strain. Ref:#1, #3, #4, & #6.
BLAIR, ISHAM M.
b. 18 Oct 1886 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 12 Jun 1906 died of TB of the bowls,
age 19y 7m 24d. Int. 13 Int. 1906 in NE 19 Line 3.
Parents were Pinkney Blair (1838 Jackson Twp.
Missouri- 1929) and Nancy Ellen Lunsford 18461915 born Polk County Missouri). Ref:#1, #3, & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
NE 20
NE 20 N/2 bought 1/23/1906 by John Hermans
NE 20 S/2 bought 12/14/1905 by S.A. Richardson
NE 20 single #1 bought 9/23/1905 by Charles Croci
HERMANS, ANNA C.
b. 13 Dec 1873 Finland, d. 18 Apr 1908 died at home
of TB, age 35y 4m 5d. Int. 21 Apr 1908 in NE 20 N/2
Line 4 (JOHN HERMANS)[KNAPP MORTUARY]
She was married to John Hermans (b. 1840 in
Finland) a Columbia River Fisherman, lived at 409 E.
15th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
attended by Dr. Robert G. Black of Vancouver.
Funeral 21 Apr 1908 at the English Lutheran Church
with Reverend William C. Drahn. She had 2
daughters buried in the plot beside her and also had
one daughter Joanna (1871 Michigan), and two sons:
William (1887 Michigan) and Peter A (1879
Washington Territory). Charged to husband John
Hermans (1840 Finland). Parents were not listed,
but were born in Finland. Ref:#3, #4 & #6 (1880).
HERMANS, ELLEN
b. Jul 1905 Washington, d. 23 Jan 1906 of lung
trouble, age 6m. Int. in NE 20 N/2 Line 4.(JOHN
HERMANS). P a r e n t s w e r e John Hermans (b.
1840) and Anna K. Hermans (1873-1908) both born
in Finland. Ref. #3.
HERMANS, EMILY
b. 1901 Washington, d. 21 Apr 1906 no cause was
listed, age 5y. Int. 22 Apr 1906 in NE 20 N/2 Line 4.
(JOHN HERMANS) Parents were John Hermans
(b. 1840) and wife Anna K. Hermans (1873-1908)
both born in Finland. Ref:#3.
RICHARDSON, GEORGE
b. Mar 1838 England, d. 12 Dec 1905 died of dropsy
(diabetes), age 67y. Int. 14 Dec 1905 in NE 20 S1/4.
(SARAH RICHARDSON). He was married to
Margaret Tift. He was a day laborer, a naturalized
citizen of US in 1853. Parents were not listed but
were born in England. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
WINCHESTER, MARGARET TIFT
b. 1868 Maine, d. 9 Apr 1940 died of heart failure,
age 72y. Int. 13 Apr 1940 in N E 20-3 Line 4.
(SARAH A. RICHARDSON) [PEARSON
MORTUARY]. She was married (1) to......TIFT and
(2) George Winchester (1858-1905). Parents were
not listed but they were born in English Canada.
Ref:#3
SMITH, ARTHUR H.
b. 1910, d. 10 Dec 1914 died of perforation of the
intestines, age 4y. Int. 11 Dec 1914 in NE 20-4 Line
4. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 21
NE 21 S/2 bought 5/7/1903 by J.W. Tilden
TILDEN, JOE W.
b. 1819, d. 6 May 1903 died of old age, age 84y. Int.
7 May 1903 in NE 21 S/2 Line 5 (JOHN WEST
TILDEN - son). He was a widower of Irene West
Tilden, died of old age. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3.
TILDEN, JOHN WEST
b. 15 Jan 1854 Freeport, Stephenson County, Illinois,
d. 3 Dec 1 940 of cardio renal insufficiency and
arteriosclerosis, 86y 10m 18d. Int. in NE 21-3 Line 5
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to May
Mary Tilden (does not have a marker next to husband
she may not be buried there), service station owner
self employed, Protestant. Lived at Rt. #1 Box 153
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington - had lived in
the State for 50 years, died at home attended by Dr.
Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral 5 Dec 1940
(Thursday) 2 PM at KNAPP Chapel with Reverend
Fred Taylor of Vancouver. Ordered by Mrs. May
Mary Tilden. Charged to Mrs. Sadie Logo. Parents
were Joseph W. Tilden (1819-1903 has marker)
born in Iowa and Irene West. Ref:#3 & #4.
TILDEN, FAY
b. Apr 1904 Washington, d. 28 Sep 1904 died of
cholera infantum., age 5m. Int. (1) 30 Sep 1904 in
NE 21 Line 5 (2) moved 20 Mar 1919 to Park Hill
Cemetery A 22-5. (JOHN WEST TILDEN). Parents
were John West Tilden and May Mary Tilden.
Ref:#3
212
TILDEN, HAROLD J.
b. 1902, d. 9 Nov 1917, age 15y, died of acute
dilection of the heart. Int. (1) 9 Nov 1917 in NE 21
S/2 Line 5 moved 20 Mar 1919 to Park Hill
Cemetery A 44-5. (JOHN WEST TILDEN) Parents
were John West Tilden and May Mary Tilden.
Ref:#3.
BUCH, HANNAH
b. Dec 1868 California, d. 23 Aug 1906 died of blood
poisoning, age 38y. Int. Aug 1906 in NE 21 N 1/2.
(GUSTAVE ZEIGLER). Children were: Bessie M.,
Charles A. and Mildred C. Buch. Parents were
Gustaf Ziegler (b. Jun 1837 - Germany) and
F r e d e r i c k a Z i e g l e r ( b . 1 8 3 7-1 9 0 5 ) b o r n i n
Germany. Ref:#3
ZIEGLERZEIGLER, FRIEDERIKA
b. Jun 1837 Germany, d. 10 Nov 1905 died of
paralysis, age 68y. Int. 11 Nov 1905 in NE 21 N/2.
(GUSTAF ZIEGLER) She was married to Gustaf
Zeigler - not buried in family plot). Parents were not
listed but were born in Germany. Ref:#3 & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
NE 22
NE 22 N/2 bought 3/21/1907 by W.B. Petteys
NE 22 S/2 bought 11/9/1906 by James Smith
PETTEYS, W.B. (Male)
b. 1838, d. 17 Sep 1908 died of a concussion of the
spinal column, age 70y. Int. 10 Sep 1908 in NE 22
N/2 . He was the widower of Sarah A. Petteys.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
PETTEYS, SARAH
b. 1841, d. 21 Mar 1907 died of paralysis, age 66y.
died of paralysis. Int. 22 Mar 1907 in NE 22 N/2.
(W.B. PETTEYS). She was married to W.B. Petteys,
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
SMITH, JAMES *
b. 1836 Ohio, d. 8 Nov 1906 died of heart failure, age
70y. Int. 8 Nov. 1906 in NE 22 S/2 Line 6. (SELF). A
Civil War Vet. He enlisted Mar 1854 in Co. G. 5 Vet
Res. Corps, after the war he rented a 122 acre farm in
Clark County, Washington Territory. Parents were
not listed but father was born in Pennsylvania and
m o t h e r i n O h i o . Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
MORGAN, SUSAN A.
b. Apr 1844, d. 10 Jun 1924 died of heart failure, age
80y 3m. Int. 12 Jun 1924 in NE 22-2 Line 6. (J.
SMITH). Note: Susan Morgan may have been a sister
to James Smith. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3.
NE 23
NE 23 single #3 bought 10/6/1905 by Oscar Kelsy
NE 23 single #4 bought 1/24/1906 by Hanna Hogan
NE 23 single #5 bought 3/2/1906 by Edward
Mathews
KELSEY, INFANT
b. 5 Oct 1905 Clark County, Washington, d. 5 Oct
1905, stillborn infant. Int. 6 Oct 1905 in NE 23-3
Line 7. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Kelsy.
Ref:#3
HOGAN, HANNAH THOMPSON
b. 1848, d. 23 Jan 1906 died of heart Failure, age
58y. Int. 25 Jan 1906 in NE 23-4 Line 7. (SELF).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
MATHEWS, EDWARD Jr.
b. 1842, d. 1 Mar 1906 died of epilepsy, age 64y. Int.
2 Mar 1906 in NE 23-5 Line 7. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Edward Mathews. Ref:#3
JUST, ORSON N.
b. 1878, d. 16 Jul 1914 no cause of death was listed,
age 36y. Int. 17 Jul 1914 in NE 23-2 Line 7. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
JUST, ALBERT HALE
b. 26 Sep 1905, d. 26 Sep 1905 died at birth, age 00y.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Orson N. Just. Ref:#3
NE 24
NE 24 single #1 bought 4/3/1906 by E.R. Tucker
NE 24 single #2 bought 5/8/1906 by W. McCorberg
NE 24 single #3 bought 5/10/1906 by Edmund
Balcom
NE 24 single #4 bought 5/19/1906 by Eda Svourns
NE 24 single #5 bought 5/26/1906 by A.B. Tapscott
TUCKER, ELVIN R.
b. 1873 Illinois, d. 1 Apr 1906 died of dysentery, age
33y. Int. 3 Apr 1906 in NE 24 Line 8. Married to
Stella Tucker, they had two sons Andrew and Lewis
both born in Nebraska, he was a laborer in a paper
mill and rented there home. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
BALCOM, JESSIE (Female)
213
b. 1885, d. 10 May 1906 of pneumonia, age 21y. Int.
11 May 1906 in NE 24-3 Line 8. She was married to
Edward Balcom. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
ERICKSON, OLE
b. 17 Jan 1841, d. 15 May 1906 died of heart failure,
age 65y. Int. 20 May 1906 in NE 24-4 Line 8. (EDA
SVOURNS). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
McCORBERG, W.
b . 1 8 6 2 , d . 6 M a y 1 9 0 6 d ied of accidentally
drowning, age 44y. Int. 8 May 1906 in NE 24-2 Line
8. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
TAPSCOTT, FRANK
b. 1878, d. 22 May 1906 died of pneumonia, age 28y.
Int. 27 May 1906 in NE 24-5 Line 8. (SELF).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 25
NE 25 single #1 bought 5/19/1909 by D.C. Jolly
NE 25 single #2 bought 5/25/1909 by I.O. Redmen
NE 25 single #3 bought 5/29/1909 by Mrs. G.W.
Cole
NE 25 single #4 bought 6/20/1909 by Alfred Kampe
NE 25 single #5 bought 6/23/1909 by Knapp for Fred
Rask
JOLLY, PAUL J.
b. 27 Dec 1894 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 18 May 1909 an organic heart
disease, age 14y 4m 22d. Int. in NE 25-1 Line 9. He
was a student, lived over the Fort Tribex Store at 13th
& Ingalls Steets in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Died at home attended by Dr. Robert
Grant Black of Vancouver. Funeral 19 May 1909
with Reverend B.F. Brooks of Vancouver. Charge to
father D.C. Jolly. Parents were Mr. &. Mrs. D.C.
Jolly. Ref:#3 & #4.
SAWYER, JOHN A.
b. 1850 Indiana, d. 23 Apr 1909 Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington of dropsy diabetes), age 59y.
Int. 25 Apr 1909 in NE 25-3 Line 9. (GEORGE W.
COLE). He was a teamster, married to Amanda (b.
Mar 1850 Indiana, d. ? not buried with husband),
rented his home. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3, #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
COLE, GEORGE WILLIAM
b. Sep 1862 Clark County, Washington Territory, d.
29 May 1909, age 47y. Int. 30 May 1909 in NE 25-3
Line 9. Married 8 May 1900 as the 4th husband of
Alma Della (Ferrin) Buchanan, Durbin, Danforth,
and George W. Cole (after George Cole died she
married John Swanson). George W. Cole was the
grandson of George W. and Abigail Jones and lived
with them in 1880 and helped them with farm work,
he was than 17 years old. Note: Also living with them
were two Jones grandsons (sons of George W. Jones
Jr. and Catherine Pitner - she married 2nd Henry
Hughes Howard). George William Cole were:
Parents were .....Cole and Helen Jones. Ref:#2, #3
& #6 Clark County, Washington 1880 & 1900
Census.
KAMPE, C.G. (Infant)
b. Apr 1909, d. 19 Jun 1909 died of epilepsy, age 2m.
Int. 20 Jun 1909 in NE 25-4 Line 9. Parents were
not listed but were probably Mr. & Mrs. Alfred
Kampe. Ref:#3
RASK, FRED
b. 1851, d. ca 15 Jun 1909 of a broken neck, age 58y.
Int. Jun 1909 in NE 25-5 [KNAPP MORTUARY]
(has marker listed as Fred K. Rusk). He was married,
a carpenter and a rancher, lived on a ranch near
McFarland Brothers Mill, Clark County, Washington.
His body was found on 18 Jun 1909 on McFarland
Brothers Ranch. He was attended by Coroner
William J. Knapp. No funeral nor clergy was listed.
Charge to National Hospital Association, Clark
County Commissioners, the Fred Rask estate and to a
Mr. Colonel Gie & Timber CO. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
LUTTRELL, BERNARD CHARLES
b. 1914, d. 25 Oct 1916 died of TB meningitis, age
2y. Int. 26 Oct 1916 in NE 25-5 Line 9. Parents
were ......Luttrell and Ethel Mary Alexander (b.
1895- ) daughter of Charles Eli Alexander and Emma
Cramer. Ref:#1 & #3
NE 26
NE 26 single #1 bought 1/9/1911 by Mrs. B. Jackson
NE 26 single #2 bought 1/23/1911 by Mrs. Ernest
Hatfield
NE 26 single #3 bought 2/15/1911 by Mrs. Eliza C.
McKee
NE 26 single #4 bought 2/21/1911 by Anna E. Couch
JACKSON, BROWNSLOW
b. 4 Jan 1887, d. 6 Jan 1911 when skull was crushed
by a falling tree, age 24y 0m 2d. Int. 9 Jan 1911 in
NE 26-1 Line 10. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Died near
Sifton, Clark County, Washington attended by the
214
Coroner. He was married, laborer at Wilson Bros.
Orchards #1, home address not listed. The funeral
was 9 Jan 1911 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
J.L. Garrett. Charged to Mrs. Brownslow Jackson.
Details: Mr. Brownlow Jackson was working with
Frank Wilson felling trees. NOTE: No one saw a
limb strike him; the limb was about 6 ft X 3 1/2
inches and fell from a tree near the one that just had
fallen. Those working near were: Frank and Bruce
Wilson, John Burt, Fred Keep and F.T. Spurlock. Mr.
Jackson's possessions such as money, a watch, and
keys and all other articles on his person were
delivered to Roy Cozzain under orders from Mrs.
Jackson. The shoes were delivered to Mr. Jackson Sr.
Charges not listed. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
& #4
HATFIELD, ERNEST
b. 27 Aug 1884, d. 22 Jan 1911 of an embolism of the
coronary artery, age 26y 4m 26d. Int. in NE 26-2
Line 10 (has marker). He was married, laborer,
Methodist, lived at 207 East 26th St. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. John D. Scanlon of Vancouver. Funeral 23 Jan
1911 at Home with Reverend J.M. Cause. Charges
were not listed. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 &
#4
McKEE, JOHN PORTER
b. 29 Oct 1850, d. 13 Feb 1911 of cancer of the
stomach, age 60y 3m 15d. Int. in NE 26-3 Line 10.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to Eliza C.
McKee, a shoemaker, Methodist, home address was
not listed, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington attended by Dr. C. C.
McCown. Funeral 15 Feb 1911 at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend J. M. Cause. Charged to Mrs. J. P.
McKee. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
COUCH, SYLVANIA
b. 10 May 1870, d. 18 Mar 1911 of cancer of the
uterus, age 40y 10m 8d. Int. in NE 26-4 line 10
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was single, a
housekeeper, Adventist, lived at 410 West 8th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. E. E. Meyers D.O., of Vancouver.
The funeral was 19 Mar 1911 at home with Reverend
J.J. Clarke. Charged to H. C. Couch 105 East 11th
ST., Portland Oregon (Note: There is a Couch Street
in Portland). Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
CALDWELL, INEZ
b. 1856, d. 23 Mar 1911 of uremic poisoning, age
55y. Int. 27 Mar 1911 in NE 26-5 Line 10 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (has marker "Inez Cadwell"). She was
married, a housewife, lived at 205 8th St. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. C. C. McCowan of Vancouver. Funeral 27 Mar
1911 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Otis E.
Gray. Charged to E. W. Flagler. Details: A letter
dated 24 Mar 1911 to E. W. Flagler from Charles
Irvan TR #3 Angola Indiana mentions this woman
was his mother and his brothers were Will and Artie.
A Hank Wright is mentioned as the daughter's
husband and a W. R. Irvan 820 Congress Ave.,
Austin Texas. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 27
NE 27 All bought 8/12/1910 by J. A. Hayden
HAYDEN, RUTH E.
b. 1905, d. 11 Aug 1910 died of diphtheria, age 5y.
Int. 12 Oct 1910 in NE 27 Line 11. Parent were not
listed, but they may have been Mr. & Mrs. J.A.
Hayden. Ref:#3
PRIEL, ANDREW W.
b. Mar 1866 Canada, d. 17 May 1941 died of broncho
pneumonia, age 75y 2m. Int. 20 May 1941 in NE 271 Line 11.[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (R.
DuFRESNE). He was married to Sarah L. ( )Priel
(1871-1954). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
PRIEL, SARAH L.
b. Mar 1871 Iowa, d. 28 Sep 1954 died senile, age
83y 6m. Int. 1 Oct 1954 in NE 27-2 Line 11.
(SELF)[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
GREENWOOD, WILLIAM J.
b. 1874, d. 11 Feb 1941 died of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 67y. Int. 11 1941 in NE 27-2 Line
11. (DuFRESNE)[VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
CLEMONS, JAMES
b. Jul 1877 Arizona, d. 15 Mar 1941 died of an aortic
valve failure, age 64y 8m. Int. Jul 1941 in NE 27-3
L i n e 1 1 . R. DUFRESNE)[VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL].
Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #5
FERRIS, CLAUDE F.
b. Oct 1917 Idaho, d. 17 Jan 1941 died of arthropathy
of the muscles, age 23y 3m. Int. 21 Jan 1941 in NE
215
27-4 L i n e 1 1. (R. DuFRESNE)[VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL] (has marker "Our Brother and
Son". Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
NE 28
NE 28 All bought 9/2/1909 by Andrew A. Quarnberg
QUARNBERG, ANDREW ANDERSON
b. 16 Aug 1849 Province of Dalarne, Sweden, d. 21
Aug 1933 of senility, age 84y 0m 5d. Int. 23 Aug
1933 in NE. 28-2 Line 12 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
He was a widower to Lydia M. (Norelius) Quarnberg
(1858-1909). Andrew A. Quarnberg emigrated from
Sweden in 1869 with his parents to Clay County,
North Dakota where they lived in a sod house. He
first went to school in Sweden attended 5 years at
Galun College there; he learned the English language
as he worked at various jobs as a clerk and finely
became a horticulturist. He married 16 Sep 1876
Lydia M. Norelius; and in 1891 the Quarnbergs
moved to Fruit Valley area of Clark County,
Washington. They lived at 3114 Kauffman Ave.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, he was
elected as a County Commissioner and served six
years, he was also District Horticulture Inspector for
Clark County. He died at home attended by Dr.
Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral 23 Aug
1933 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Rev. Charles
Wachlte of Vancouver. Ordered by son, Roland
Quarnberg (1877-1949) and daughter, Mrs. C. J.
Moss. Charged to son Roland Quarnberg. Also buried
in the same plot was son, Carl Norelius Quarnberg
(1885-1916 and Ruth Elida (1892-1918). Brother of
Mrs. C.E. Cannon of Portland, Oregon and Bertha
Quarenberg (1869-1914), nephew Robert Walter
Quarenberg (1881-1915) son of James E. Quarenberg
and Ida Erickson). P a r e n t s w e r e Andrew J,
Quarenberg (1821-1897) and Anna J. Quarenberg
(1826-1906 both born in Sweden (both have markers
in SW 117 Line 5). Ref:#2, #3, #4 #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
QUARENBERG, LYDIA M.
b. May 1858 Sweden, d. 2 Sep 1909 died of heart
failure, age 51y 3m. Int. 3 Sep 1909 in NE 28 Line
12. She was married to Andrew A. Quarnberg (18491933), mother of Roland, Amy Moss, Carl and Ruth
Elida Quarenberg. Sister of Nathaniel Mathias
Norelius (b. 1859-1925 Sweden) buried in Park Hill
Cemetery. Parents were Mathias Norelius and
Margaret White both born in Sweden. Ref:#2. #3
& her brother's obit "Knapp Mortuary Funerals 19071925".
QUARNBERG, CARL NORELIUS
b. 11 Sep 1885 Vermillion, Clay County, South
Dakota, d. 11 May 1916 of TB, age 30y 8m 0d. Int.
1 3 M a y 1 9 1 6 i n N E 2 8 -3 L i n e 1 2 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was single, lived at 30th &
Kauffman Ave, in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. J.T. Gurin
of Vancouver. Funeral 13 May 1913 2:30 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Thomas F. May.
Charged to mother Mrs. A.A. Quarnberg Parents
were Andrew Anderson Quarnberg (1849-1933 and
Lydia M. Norelius (1858-1909) both born in
Sweden. Ref:#2, #3 & #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
NE 29
NE 29 All bought 11/7/1908 by Mary J. Clark
CLARK, DAVID/DANIEL HENRY
b. Mar 1846, d. 28 Dec 1929 died of heart failure, age
83y 11m. Int., Dec 1929 in NE 29-1 Line 13. He was
widower to Sophia Mallory (1846-1908 Michigan);
he was a teamster, lived at 15th and Kauffman Ave.,
rented a farm of 10 acres. Parents were not listed
but were both born in New York. Ref:#1, #3 & #5
& #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
Parents were David/Daniel Henry Clark (18461929 Missouri and Sophia/Mattie Mallory. Ref:#3 &
#6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
CLARK, ORA/CORA DEE
b. 1875, d. 23 Nov 1965 died of heart failure, age
90y. Int. 26 Nov 1965 in NE 29 Line 13. (MARY J.
CLARK) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married
to Jay Clark (1870-1930). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #4.
CLARK, INFANT
b. 20 Mar 1914 Washington, d. 20 Mar 1914 died of
asphyxia. Int. 21 Mar 1914 in NE 29-4 Line 13.
Parents were not listed, but were probably Jay
and Ora/Cora Clark. Ref:#3
CLARK, INFANT (Male)
b. 24 Jun 1890, d. 1 Jul 1890, 7 days natural cause,
Int. 1 Jul 1890 in NE (?) 29 -4 Line 13 Permit #41.
NOTE: She may be a duplicate..of Potters Field.....
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Samuel P. Clark. Ref:#3
CLARKE, BENJAMIN
b. 16 Aug 1889, d. 20 Aug 1889 died of debility, age
4d. Int. 21 Mar 1889 in NE 29-1 Line 13. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
CLARK, SOPHIA/MATTIE
b. 1846 Michigan, d. 7 Nov 1908 died of pneumonia,
62y 5m. Int. Nov 1908 in NE 29 Line 13. (MARY
CLARK). She was married to David/Daniel Clark.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Mallory. Her father was
born in Pennsylvania. She had children: Jay Clark
(1870-1930), Mary Clark (1872-1925) and Ida May
Clark Murfin married to Lewis Thomas Murfin.
Ref:#1, #3 #6 Clark County Washington 1900
Census.
NE 30
NE 30 All bought 3/1908 by Mrs. Henrietta Thomas
CLARK, MARY J.
b. Jun 1872 Michigan, d. 11 May 1921 of heart
failure, age 49y. Int. 2 Aug 1921 in NE 29 Line 13.
S h e w a s a s c h o o l t e a c h e r . Parents were
David/Daniel Henry Clark (1846-1929 Missouri)
and Sophia (1846-1908 Michigan). Ref:#3 & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
THOMAS, HENRIETTA
b. Nov 1849, d. 13 Apr 1930, age 81y 5m, Int. (1) 15
Apr 1930 in NE 30 Line 14 and (2) May 1953 to
removed to Park Hill Cemetery. Along with Alice
and William Thomas. Ref:#3
CLARK, JAY
b. May 1870 Michigan, d. 21 Mar 1930 died of
myocarditis of the heart, age 59y 10m. Int. 24 Mar
1 9 3 0 i n NE 29-1 Line 13. (ORA/CORA DEE
CLARK) [WILSON CHAMBERS MORTUARY].
He was married to Ora/Cora Dee Clark (1875-1965).
216
THOMAS, WILLIAM E.
b. 1830, d. 2 Mar 1908 died of apoplexy, age 78y.
Int. (1) NE 30-3 Line 14 [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL] and (2) removed to Park Hill Cemetery 13
May 1953 along with Alice (his wife) and Henrietta
Thomas (his daughter). Owner of lot was Henrietta
Thomas. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
THOMAS, ALICE I.
b. Apr 1884 Washington, d. 21 Oct 1947, age 63y
6m. Int. 25 Oct 1947 (1) NE 30-2 Line 14 and (2)
May 1953 in removed to Park Hill Cemetery. Widow
of William E. Thomas. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3.
HAZLETT, FRANKLIN
b. 1871 Kentucky, d. 14 Jul 1957 died senile, age 85y
7 m . I n t . 1 6 J u l 1 9 5 7 i n N E 3 0 -1 L i n e 1 4 .
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (has marker
"Asleep in Jesus.") He was married to Lillian K.
Burgess. Parents were not listed. Ref:#2 & #3
HAZLETT, LILLIAN K.
b. Jun 1873 Washington, d. 30 May 1973 died of old
age, age 99y 11m. Int. 21 Jun 1973 in NE 30-2 Line
14 ( F R A N K L I N H A Z L E T T ) [ W A G N O R
MORTUARY]. She has marker "Asleep in Jesus".
She had a daughter Ruby Hazlette who married John
Wesley Todd. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Burgess.
Ref:#2, #3 & #5
TODD, JOHN WESLEY
b. 27 Oct 1907, Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington,
d. 3 Sep 1979 died of heart failure, age 71y 11m 24d.
I n t . 1 4 S e p 1 9 7 9 i n N E 3 0 a s h e s . (FRANK
HAZLETT) [BLIETZ MORTUARY- Seattle] He
was married 15 Oct 1933 to Ruby Hazlett (b. 28 Oct
1910- ) daughter of Franklin J. Hazlett and Lillian K.
Burgess. Parents were John Wesley Todd Sr. (18791958 Winterset, Iowa) and Julia Hidden (1881-1957
Vancouver, Washington) Int. in NW 219. Ref:#3, #4
& #5
NE 31
NE 31 All bought 4/15/1908 by Shallum P. White
WHITE, SHALLUM PARSONS
b. 8 Feb 1841 Iowa, d. 30 Mar 1934 of heart failure,
age 93y 1m 22d. Int. in NE 31-4 Line 15 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (has marker "Father"). He was
married (1) Ann Schmitt Yates - mother of Herman
Otis White who married Zelma Lucille Sturgess and
(2) Catherine Emma Monestes (1852-1934). Shallum
P. White was a retired contractor, an Episcopalian.
He lived at 1001 West 10th St., Vancouver Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
A.W. Stevenson of Vancouver. Funeral 3 Apr 1934
1:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend F.
Dean Hart of Vancouver. His son was Shallum
Parson Jr. (1885-15 Mar 1936). Ordered by sons
Calvin White of Oakland, California, Otis and
Shallum of Vancouver, Henry of Portland, and
Arnold of Los Angeles, California and daughters
were Mrs. Alice Schmider of Portland and Mrs. L.E.
Wingate of Baxter Springs, Kansas. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Levi White, he was born in
Iowa and mother's maiden name not known.
Ref:#1, #3 #4 & 6 Clark County Washington 1900
Census.
217
WHITE, CATHERINE EMMA
b . 1 0 F e b 1852 New Orleans, Orleans County,
Louisiana, d. 18 May 1934 of a broken hip followed
by shock, age 82y 3m 8d. Int. in NE 31-2 Line 15
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker "Mother"). She
was the widow of Shallum Parson White (18411934), housewife, an Episcopalian, lived at 1001
West 10th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. A.W.
Stevenson of the Medical Arts Bldg Vancouver.
Funeral 21 May 1934 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Franklin D. Hart of Vancouver.
Ordered by sons Otis and Shall (Shallum Jr.) of
Vancouver, Henry of Portland, Oregon, Arnold of
Los Angeles, and Calvin of Oakland, California and
daughters Mrs. Alice Schneider of Portland, and Mrs.
L.E. Winget of Baxter Springs Kansas. Charged to
Mrs. L.E. Winget. Parents were father .....Monastes
born in France and Margaret Parker born in
England. R e f : # 1 , # 3 , # 4 # 6 C l a r k C o u n t y
Washington 1900 Census.
WHITE, LEVI MATTHEW
b. 27 Feb 1880, d. 27 Jan 1908 of injuries when hit
by a railroad train engine, age 27y 10m 29d. Int. 30
J a n 1 9 0 8 i n N E 3 1 -1 L i n e 1 5 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was single, contractor, no home
address, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington attended by Dr. Harry A.
Wall of Vancouver. Funeral 30 Jan 1908 at St. Luke
Episcopal Church in Vancouver with Reverend
William C. Sheppard. Also buried in same Plot are
his mother and father. P a r e n t s w e r e Shallum
Parsons White and Catherine Emma Monastes.
Ref:#1, #3, #4 and #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
WHITE, SHALLUM PARSON Jr.
b. 23 Sep 1883 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 15 Mar 1936 died of a perforated
ulcer, age 52y 5m 22d. Int. 17 Mar 1936 in NE 31-4
Line 15.[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was single,
carpenter with the Columbia Construction Co.,
Bonneville, Washington, Episcopal, lived at 1001
West 10th St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. Died at the Good Samaritan Hospital in
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon attended by
Dr. Sabin of Portland. Funeral 17 Mar 1936 10 AM
at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Charles S. Mook
of Vancouver. Ordered by brothers Herman Otis
White of Vancouver and Henry A. White of Portland
Oregon, other brothers were Calvin P. White of
Oakland, California, and Arnold P. White of San
Francisco, California and (probably) a sister Lucille
White. Charged to Herman O. White, Henry A.
White and Lucille White and Columbia Construction
C o . Parents were Shallum Parsons White and
Catherine Emma Monastes . Ref:#1, #3, #4 & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
SCHNEIDER, CLARA ALICE
b. Apr 1877 Oregon, d. 11 Oct 1968, age 91y 6m. Int.
15 Oct 1968 in NE 31-5 Line 15. [HAMILTON
MYLAN FUNERAL HOME]. (has marker
"Daughter"). Parents were not listed but father
may have been Christian F. Schneider (in NE 41-3
Line 8.) Ref:#3
BLAIR, ALFRED E.
b. 1881, d. 24 Jan 1908 died of emphysema, age 27y.
Int. Jan 1908 in NE 31-3 Line 15. (?) Potters Field
#134 (?). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 32
NE 32 All bought 4/26/1912 by Wm. J. Knapp
LARSON, LARS AUGUST
b. 12 Mar 1855, d. 22 Apr 1912 at 8 AM of cancer of
the stomach, age 57y 0m 10d. Int. 26 Apr 1912 in NE
32 1 & 2 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Josephine Larson (1849-1929), lived at
RFD #6 near Glenwood, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of
Vancouver. The Funeral was 26 Apr 1912 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend W.J. Gossett. Charged to
Mrs. Josephine Larson RFD #6, Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
LARSON, JOSEPHINE
b. 23 Oct 1849 Sweden, d. 20 Aug 1929 died of a
cerebral hemorrhage, age 79y 9m 28d. Int. 23 Aug.
1929 in NE 32-2 Line 16 [HOLMAN & SONPortland] (SELF) (has marker "At Rest"). She was
the widow of Lar A. Larson (1849-1912). Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5.
WYSONG, GEORGE CARROLL
b. 18 Dec 1854, d. 11 May 1912 of carcinoma of
stomach, age 57y 4m 24d. Int. 19 May 1912 in NE
32-3 Line 16 removed 15 Nov 1932 to Park Hill
Cemetery. Note: not listed in Vancouver City
Cemetery. He was married, a farmer, Christian, lived
at 34th & Myers St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 12 May 1912 at
218
KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend W.A. Diggins of
Colfax Washington & Reverend Lloyd Ross
Assistant. Charged to Carl Wysong at home. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#4.
DeFORREST, GEORGE *
b. 1870, d. 8 May 1912 of TB and exhaustion, age
42y. Int. 14 May 1912 in NE 32-4 Line 16 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married, a bartender, and a
Spanish American War Veteran. He lived at the
Purcival Rooming House 5th and East B Sts.
Vancouver, Clark County Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. C.C. Wilcox of Vancouver. Funeral
14 May 1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverends
Johnson of Portland & A. E. Ebbs of the 14th
Artillery Band Qts. Com. Spanish American War.
Ordered by Mrs. George DeForrest. Charged to Clark
CO. Commissioners Welfare. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
NOE, INFANT
b 1 Jun 1912 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 1 Jun 1912 of premature and of congenital syphilis,
age 1 hr. Int. 1 Jun 1912 in NE 32-5 (no marker-no
record) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at 714
West 7th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Drs. Leiser & Leiser of
Vancouver. Funeral 1 Jun 1912 at home with
Reverend C.R.G. Poole. Funeral by KNAPP
CHAPEL. Charged to Nathan C. Noe 714 West 7th.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Nathan C. Noe. Ref:#3 &
#4.
KLINKMANN, FREDA
b. 23 Oct 1911, d. 23 Mar 1913 11:40 AM of
meningitis, age 1y 5m 0d. Int. 25 Mar 1913 in NE
32-6 Line 16 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child's home
address was not listed, died at home attended by Dr.
Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver. Funeral 25 Mar
1913 at home with Reverend W.I. Eck. Funeral by
KNAPP CHAPEL. Charges were not listed. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
HUNT, EDWARD B.
b. 1864, d. 13 Nov 1932, age 68y. Int. 18 Nov 1932
in NE 32-3 Line 16. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 33
NE 33 All bought 5/17/1908 by Joseph Stahl
NE 33A add on single #1 & #2 bought 6/21/1993 by
Maxine Kampe/Klemt, Klemens
STAHL, JOSEPH *
b. 7 Feb 1837 Germany, d. 16 May 1908 of brights
disease, age 71y 3m 9d. Int. 18 May 1908 in NE 33
Line 16 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married in
Germany to Helen Stahl (1840-1921), naturalized in
the United States in 1865. Joseph Stahl was a bugler
in the Civil War Company C. US Inf. (state not listed,
but maybe Texas). He lived at Fern Prairie, Clark
County, Washington, and was a farmer. He died at
home attended by Dr. Robert G. Black of Vancouver.
Funeral 18 May 1908 at home with Reverend Mr.
Loomis (TRES) Army & Navy Union. [KNAPP
CHAPEL in charge]. Ordered by son-in-law Charles
I. Bozell his wife Mary Louise Bozell of 1420 Weona
St. Portland Oregon - (later they moved to Bend,
Oregon). Charged to son Joseph Stahl Jr. (18761950) has marker in Plot NE 33 Line 16. Parents
were not listed but were both born in Germany.
Ref:#3, #4 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900
Census.
STAHL, HELEN/HELENA
b. Apr 1840 Germany, d. 25 Jan 1921 died of a
cerebral hemorrhage, age 80y 8m. Int. Jan 1921 in
NE 33-2 Line 16. [SELF] She was the widow of
Joseph Stahl (1837-1908), A naturalized citizen in
1865. Parents were not listed but were born in
Germany. Ref:#3, #4, & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
STAHL, JOSEPH Jr.
b. May 1876 Texas, d. 6 Jun 1950 died of Heart
failure, age 73y 11m. Int. Jun 1950 in NE 33-4 Line
16. (J. STAHL.) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Joseph
Stahl Jr. probably inherited his father's farm in Fern
Prairie for he was listed as a farmer. Parents were
Joseph Stahl Sr. (1837-1908) and Helen Stahl
(1840-1921) both born in Germany. Ref:#3, #4, #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
JENKS, DAYTON E.
b. 20 Feb 1940 Ellsworth area of Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, d. 28 Jun 1960 accidentally
drowned, age 20y 4m. Int. 5 Jul 1960 in NE 33-1
Line 16. (J. STAHL)[VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
NE 34
NE 34 S/2 bought 3/21/1908 by George Self
transferred 4/5/1915 to J. K. Davis
NE 34 N/2 bought 4/7/1915 by J.K. Davis
SELF, GEORGE M.
219
b. 25 Feb 1872 Nebraska, d. 7 Jun 1962 no cause
listed, age 90y 4m 11d. Int. 11 Jun 1962 in NE 34
Line 15. [SWANK MORTUARY - of Camas,
Washington]. He was married after 1900 to Lavina
Beatrice (1881-1908), teamster, rented his home in
1900. George Self had a brother, James Self b. Feb
1862 in Jacksonville, Illinois who was a day laborer;
he and his family are buried in Camas Cemetery.
Parents were not listed but were both born in
Illinois. Ref:#3, #5 & #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
SELF, LAVINA BEATRICE
b. 13 Apr 1881 ? Canada, d. 21 Mar 1908 died in
childbirth, age 26y 11m 28d. Int. 23 Mar 1908 in NE
34 N/2 Line 15. (has marker - "Just to be near the
dear Lord I adore. Will through the ages be glory for
me."). She was married to George M. Self (18721960). Parents were not listed, but may be John K.
(1845-1932) and Fannie M. Davis (1851-1920).
Ref:#3
DAVIS, JOHN K.
b. Nov 1845 Canada, d. 7 Jun 1932 died senile, age
86y 8m. Int. 9 Jun 1932 in NE 34 N/2 Line 15.
(SELF)[HAMILTON MYLAN]. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
DAVIS, FANNIE M.
b. 1851, d. 18 Jan 1920 died of a failure of a heart
valve, age 68y. Int. 19 Jan 1920 in NE 34 Line 15.
(has marker "Mother"). She was married to John K.
Davis. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 35
NE 35 All bought 7/28/1908 by Richard Leonard Sr.
LEONARD, RICHARD K. Jr.
b. 1903, d. 29 May 1908 died of diphtheria, age 5y.
Int. 29 May 1908 in NE 35 Line 14. Parents were
Richard Leonard Sr. (b. 2 Jan 1875- ) and his 1st
wife - name maybe Leah Leonard (1880-1964).
NOTE: Richard Sr. married Mary Olive Goddard
Cramer in 1925. Ref:#1 & #3
LEONARD, LEAH
b. Mar 1880 Nebraska, d. 22 Apr 1964 died senile,
age 84y 1m. Int. 25 Apr 1964 in NE 35-1 Line 14.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
LEONARD, DAVID RICHARD (DICK)
b. Oct 1875 Illinois, d. 30 Nov 1948 of TB, age 73y
1 1 m . I n t . 2 0 D e c 1 9 4 8 i n NE 35-3 Line 14.
(SELF)[LIMBER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was
married (1) ?, and (2) Mary Olive Goddard Cramer.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#1, #3 & #5
LEONARD, MARY OLIVE CRAMER
b. 13 Feb 1871 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington [a Washington State Pioneer], d. 9 Aug
1938 died of cardiac failure, age 67y 5m 26d. Int. 12
A u g 1 9 3 8 i n N E 3 5 -5 l i n e 1 4 [ K N A P P
MORTUARY] (has marker with "Ollie Goddard
Leonard"). She was a housewife, married (1) 29 May
1887 Jeremiah Cramer {born 11 Apr 1859- Fayette
County, Iowa - not buried in a Clark County
Cemetery. He was the son of Roxy Ann Brooks and
John Cramer}. They had 5 children: Charles Edson
(1888-1935), Annie Laurie (1891-1920), Mary
Elizabeth (1892- m. Harry Klick), Philip Alexander
(1895) and Mary Alice Cramer (1898). Mary Olive
Cramer m. (2) 29 Mar 1925 Richard Leonard (18751948) has marker "Dick" in the Leonard Plot NE
#35). Mary Olive Goddard Cramer Leonard was a
member of the Christian Church, lived at 515
Franklin St., Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
had lived in Clark County Washington all her life, at
the Clark County General Hospital in Vancouver
attended by Dr. R.W. Armstrong of Vancouver. The
funeral was 12 Aug 1938 3 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend Lawrence W. Wells of Vancouver.
Ordered by and charged to husband "Dick" (Richard)
Leonard. Parents were Charles Goddard (18441906 born in Troy, Davis County, the son of Joseph
Hill Goddard and Hester Ann Hendricks, (who was
one of the first school teachers of Clark County,
Washington). They came over the Oregon Trail in
1852 with 8 children and arrived in November in
Hazel Dell, Clark County, Washington. Mother was
Mary Jane Alexander (4 Mar 1848-1906 born in
Illinois); (she and her husband Charles Goddard are
buried in Salmon Creek/Goddard Cemetery. Ref:#1
#3, #4 & #6 Clark County Washington 1871 & 1880
Census.
DETRICH, MARY ELDA
b. 19 Jun 1852 Iowa, d. 19 Nov 1909 arteriosclerosis,
age 57y 5m 0d. Int. 21 Nov 1909 in NE 35-3 Line 5
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (owner of plot & D.N.
Raymond) Note: She was later moved to SE 85). She
was either the widow of George Detrick or his
brother. NOTE: in the 1860 census George was listed
a Private "George Detrick" (b. ca 1838 born in
Wurtzemburg Germany -d.(?), single; and in the 1870
Census was "George Diedrich", was a farmer age 38
(b. 1832) single and in 1880 "George Deitrich was
220
age 56 (b. 1824 sells water) Mary Elda Deitrich still
single, school teacher, housewife, Christian, lived at
908 West 15th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home of attended by Dr. Charles
E. B. Flagg of Vancouver. Funeral 21 Nov 1909 at
Vancouver Christian Church with Reverend D. C.
Kellems of Eugene Oregon at KNAPP CHAPEL. Her
children were L.E. Deitrick born 1877 Iowa (woman
school teacher) and R.E. Deitrich born May 1886 a
grocery salesman No Charges listed. Parents were
not listed. Ref: #3,#4.
NE 36
NE 36 N/2 bought 3/31/1909 by Emma Sugg
NE 36 S/2 bought 3/31/1909 by Emma Sugg
SUGG, William H. C.
b. 31 Aug 1848 Jackson County Iowa, d. 30 Mar
1909 of pneumonia and a cerebral embolism, age 60y
6m 28d. Int. 1 Apr 1909 in NE 36 S/2 Line 13
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to Emma
(1852-1909), a farmer, who lived in the Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington a r e a , d i e d a t h o m e
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 1 Apr 1909 at home with Reverend
E. F. Brooks. KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged to H. Sugg
and J.R.C. Sugg. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 &
#4.
SUGG, EMMA ADAMS
b. 20 Sep 1852 Brooklyn New York, d. 2 May 1909
of carcinoma of the liver, age 56y 7m 12d. Int. 7 May
1909 in NE 36 Line 13 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She
was married to William Sugg (1848 -1909), a
housewife, a Methodist, home address was not listed,
died at home in Clark County, Washington attended
by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall. The funeral was 7 May
1909 was at home with Reverend B.F. Brooks funeral
by KNAPP CHAPEL. Children were: Elmer L. Sugg
(1886-1918) and grandchild Lillie Sugg (1920-1921)
10 months old) and J.H. Sugg and J.R.C. Sugg.
Charged to J.H. Sugg and J.R.C. Sugg. Parents were
not listed, but may have been Adams. Ref:#3 & #4.
SUGG, ELMER L.
b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1918 died of TB, age 30y. Int. 3
May 1918 in NE 36 Line 13. [EMMA SUGG]
Parents were William (1848-1909) and Emma Sugg
(1852-1909). Ref:#3
SUGG, LILLIE
b. Jun 1920, d. 21 Mar 1921 died of pneumonia, age
10m. Int. 25 Mar 1921 in NE 36-3 Line 13. [EMMA
SUGG] She was a grandchild of William and Emma
Sugg. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3.
HELMS, HALMO G.
b. (?), d. ca 22 Dec 1890, age (?). Cause of death was
not listed. Int. 22 Dec 1890 in NE 36 Line 13.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 37
NE 37 All bought 6/9/1910 by M.M. Russell
KOPPE, FREDERICH AUGUST
22 Mar 1851 Germany, d. 6 Jun 1929 of a stroke and
senility, age 78y 2m 14d. Int. 11 Jun 1929 in NE 37-1
Line 12 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker
"Father"). He was the widower of Anna Dorothy
Classen Koppe (1852-1928), he was a retired
merchant, a Lutheran, who lived at 800 East 25th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. She died at
home attended by Dr. C.C. Wilcox of Portland. The
funeral was 11 Jun 1929 2 PM at home with
Reverend Dr. Charles A. Baskerville. Ordered by the
son, Richard Koppe and daughter, Mrs. Bert Chesley.
Charged to the estate with Mrs. Chesley
administrator of Oregon. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #4
KOPPE, ANNA DOROTHY
b. 8 Sep 1852 Germany, d. 3 Sep 1928 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 75y 11m 25d. Int.7 Sep 1928 in NE
37-1 Line 12 (M.M. RUSSELL-son in law) [KNAPP
MORTUARY](has marker "Mother"). She was
married to Frederick August Koppe (1851-1929),
housewife, Presbyterian, lived at 800 East 25th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. He died at
home attended by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of
Vancouver. A bother was Harry Classen. He and his
family lived in Vancouver in 1900. The funeral was 7
Sep 1928 2 PM at home with Reverend Dr. Charles
E. Baskerville funeral by KNAPP CHAPEL. Ordered
by sons and daughters. Charged to husband,
Frederick August Koppe. P a r e n t s w e r e Claude
Claassen and Mary Harms both born in Germany.
Ref:#3 & #4
RUSSELL, AGNES L. (KOPPE)
b. 1 Aug 1885, d. 6 Jun 1910 of acute nephritis, age
24y 10m 5d. Int. 8 Jun 1910 in NE 37-1 Line 12.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married to M.M.
Russell, a housewife and a Presbyterian. Her home
address not listed; she died at The Dalles Hospital in
The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon. The funeral 9
Jun 1910 at the home of her father Frederick A.
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Koppe in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington by
KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged to Theodore Koppe. Pall
bearers were: W. E. Hamilton, Charles McCafferty,
Alfred Echtele, R.C. Sugg, L. Sturmberg, F.W.
Trempes. Parents were Fredrick August (18511929) and Anna Dorothy Koppe (1852-1928) both
born in Germany. Ref:#3 & #4
THOMAS, ANNIE LOUISE AND INFANT
HOWARD
b. 25 Jul 1877, d. 9 Jan 1912 of burns in a hotel fire
in Portland, age 34y 5m 15d. Int. 11 Jan 1912 in NE
37-2 Row 12 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married A.J. Thomas, a housewife, a Presbyterian,
who lived at 27th & Maine St. Vancouver,
Washington. She died at the Good Samaritan
Hospital in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon
attended by Dr. John D. Scanlon (Portland Medical
Bldg). Funeral 11 Jan 1912 at home with Reverend
H.S. Templeton funeral by KNAPP CHAPEL. Pall
Bearers were W. E. Hamilton, Alfred Echtle, S.J.
Miller, W. C. Strumberg, Otto Jumsteg and Henry
Geraghery. Ordered by A.J. Thomas, Mrs. Chesley &
Ted Koppe. Charged to husband A.J. Thomas.
Parents were Frederick August (1851-1929) and
Anna Dorothy Koppe (1852-1928) both born in
Germany. Ref:#3 & #4
THOMAS, EDWARD
b. 1908, d. 9 Jan 1912 died of burns, age about 4y.
Int. with his mother and brother 11 Jan 1912 in NE
37-2 Row 12. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Died with his
mother in a fire in a hotel fire in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, attended by Dr. John d.
Scanlon. The funeral was 11 Jan 1912 at home with
Reverend H. S. Templeton. P a r e n t s w e r e A.J.
Thomas and Anna L. Koppe (1877-1912). Ref:#3 &
#4
BARNES, HEDWIG SOPHIA (KOPPE)
b. Mar 1892 Wisconsin, d. 1 Apr 1950 died of
cardiac failure, age 68y 1m. Int. Apr 1950 in NE 37-3
L i n e 1 2 . (G.BARNES)[KNAPP
MORTUARY].P a r e n t s w e r e Frederick August
(1851-1929) and Anna Dorothy Koppe (1852-1928)
both born in Germany. Ref:#3 & #4
GRAY, INFANT
b. 5 Feb 1912, d. 5 Feb 1912 a stillborn, age 00. Int. 5
F e b 1 9 1 2 i n N E 3 7 -3 R o w 1 2 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Parents lived at 31st & Columbia Sts.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
a stillborn attended by Dr. C. C. Wilcox of
Vancouver. The funeral 5 Feb 1912 no clergy.
Ordered by Mrs. Theideman. Charged to father O.H.
Gray at home. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. O.H. Gray.
Ref:#3
NE 38
NE 38 N/2 bought 5/9/1911 by C.E. Ryan
NE 38 S/2 bought 3/25/1911 by Alice H. Metcalf
RYAN, CICERO WALLACE
b. Dec 1869 Alabama, d. 2 May 1944 died of a
cerebral hemorrhage, age 75y 5m. Int. 5 May 1944
NE 38-1 Line 11.(SELF)[VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. He was married to Eva Maria Ryan
(1872-1944). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
RYAN, EVA MARIA
b. Nov 1872 Kansas, d. 19 May 1944 died of a
cerebral hemorrhage, age 71y 7m. Int. 23 May 1944
in NE 38-2 Line 11. (C.E. RYAN) [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. She was married to Cicero
Wallace Ryan (1869-1944). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #5
RYAN, HARRY L.
b. 2 Dec 1900, d. 8 May 1911 died of acute hepatitis,
age 10y 6m 6d. Int. in NE 38 N/2 Line 11. Parents
were Cicero Wallace Ryan (1869-1944 Alabama)
and Eva Maria Ryan (1872-1944 Kansas). Ref:#3
BRACE, MARIETTA
b. Apr 1823 New York, d. ca 27 Aug 1911 no cause
of death was listed, 88y 4m. Int. 27 Aug 1911 in NE
38-3. She was a widow, a nurse and owned her home.
Parents were not listed, father was born in
Misstates and mother was born in Vermont.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
METCALF, H. M. (? MELVIN)
b. 1827 (? Kentucky), d. 23 Mar 1911 of senile
decay, age 84y. Int. 26 Mar 1911 in NE 38-1 S/2
Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He died near
Oregon City, Clackamas County, Oregon the doctor
was not listed. He was married to Alice Hinckley
Metcalf (1836-1914), he was a farmer. Note: He was
probably the brother of Leanah Henslee (1831-1911
who married Murline Columbus Henslee they are Int.
in NW 64-5 L ine 13}. Funeral 26 Mar 1911 at
KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL with Reverend J.E.
Cause & Reverend J.H. Merrill. Charged to Joseph
W. Metcalf (1864-1899) probably Mrs. Joseph W.
Metcalf} of 609 West 19th St. Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 & #4.
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METCALF, ALICE HINCKLEY
b. 19 Mar 1836, d. 1 Sep 1914, age 78y 5m 12d. Int.
2 Sep 1914 in NE 38 S/2 -2 Line 11 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was the widow of H. M. Metcalf
(1827-1911), housewife, Methodist, lived at 35th and
F Sts. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home attended by Dr. C. C. Wilcox of Vancouver.
The funeral was 2 Sep 1914 2 PM at home with
Reverend J. M. Cause and Reverend Ellis. Funeral by
KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL. Charge to son
JOSEPH W. METCALF (1864-1899). Parents were
not listed, but may have been named "Hinckley".
Ref:#3 & #4
NE 39
NE 39 single #1 bought 3/15/1911 by Marion
England
NE 39 single #2 bought 3/27/1911 by Mrs. C.C.
Clark
NE 39 single #3 bought 3/28/1911 by Louis Benson
NE 39 single #4 bought 4/3/1911 by W.H. Lusk
NE 39 single #5 bought 4/11/1911 by James Moore
NE 39 single #6 bought 2/26/1912 by Mary H. Kyser
ENGLAND, INFANT (Male)
b. 13 Mar 1911, d. 13 Mar 1
911 a stillbirth, age 00y. Int. 15 Mar 1911 in NE 39-1
Line 10. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Marion England.
Ref:#3
JOHNSON, CATHERINE O.
b. 1833 Virginia, d. 25 Mar 1911 died of paralysis,
age 78y. Int. 27 Mar 1911 in NE 39-2 Line 10.
(CATHERINE O. CLARK). She was the widow of
William A. Johnson (1825-1903). Their children
were:(1) Wm. T., (2) Bery L, (3) Lurella F. and (5 &
6) twins Flora S. and Ricie M. Johnson all born in
Virginia. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County Washington Territory 1871 Census.
BENSON, GUS
b. 1851, d. 26 Mar 1911 died of paralysis, age 60y.
Int. 28 Mar 1911 in NE 39-3 Line 10 Permit #42.
(LOUIS BENSON). He was attended by Dr. Robert
G. Black of Vancouver. Parents were not listed, but
he maybe a brother of Louis Benson (1850-1917)
buried in Park Hill Cemetery I 3-1 who’s parents
were John L. Bens Anderson and Anna B.
Andresotter both born in Sweden. Ref:#3
VERMILLYEA, MARY ELIZABETH
b. 11 Sep 1831, d. 2 Apr 1911 cause of death was not
listed, age 79y 6m 21d. Int. 3 Apr 1911 in NE 39-4
Line 10 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married, a
housewife, Adventist, home address not listed, she
died at home attended by Dr. Miles U. Leiser of
Vancouver. The funeral was 3 Apr 1911 at home
with no clergy listed at KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged
to W. H. Lusk of RFD #6 Vancouver, Washington.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
MOORE, GEORGIA ALICE
b. 20 Dec 1910, d. 10 Apr 1911 of pneumonia, age
2 m 2 1 d . I n t . 1 1 A p r 1 9 1 1 i n NE 39 -5 Line
10.[KNAPP MORTUARY]. The home address not
listed, died at home attended by Dr. J.M.P. Chalmers.
Funeral 11 Apr 1911 at home with Reverend J.H.
Berringer at KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged to JAMES
S. MOORE. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. James S.
Moore (? Lucy DuPuis ?). Ref:#1 & #3 & #4
KYSER, MARY H.
b. Jan 1904, d. 25 Feb 1912 died of pneumonia, age
8y 11m. Int. 26 Feb 1912 in NE 39-6 Line 10.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 40
NE 40 single #1 bought 7/29/1909 by Antonio Del
Grosso
NE 40 single #1 bought 7/12/1909 by Carl Neilsen
NE 40 single #2 bought 7/17/1909 by A.H. Bringolof
NE 40 single #3 bought 7/21/1909 by W.I. Cooper
NE 40 single #5 bought 8/19/1909 by Lewis River B
& L Co.
NEILSEN, JOHN
b. 1879, d. 11 Jul 1909 died of tubercular meningitis,
age 30y. Int. 13 Jul 1909 in NE 40-1 Line 9. [SELF].
NOTE: He may have been a brother of Peter H.
Neilson who lived in Vancouver Hights, Vancouver,
Washington who’s wife Marian L. Neilsen (18681909) who is buried in NE 61 Line 13. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3
BRINGOLOF, GOTTLIEB
b. 23 Sep 1844, d. 16 Jul 1909 of cancer of the
bowels, age 64y 9m 23d. Int. 18 Jul 1909 in NE 40-2
Line 9 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married, a
farmer, German Reformed Church, lived at RFD #1
Vancouver, Clark County Washington, died at St.
Joseph Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr. Robert
D. Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral was 18 Jul
1909 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend W.I. Eck.
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Charged to A.H. Bringolof RFD #1 Vancouver
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
COOPER, INFANT (Female)
b. 22 Jul 1909 Fern Prairie, Clark County,
Washington, d. ca 22 Jul 1909 of uremic
asphyxiation, age 00y. Int. 22 Jul 1909 in NE 40-3
Line 9 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Died at home RD #1
Camas, Washington attended by Dr. H.J. Arnold of
Vancouver. The funeral was 22 Jul 1909 at home
with Reverend Tracy by KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged
to E. (? Emma) WEIGLE of East Vancouver
Washington. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Cooper
(? Louisa Weigle Cooper ?). Ref:#3 & #4
COOPER, INFANT
b. 17 Nov 1914 Rd #1 Camas (Fern Prairie, Clark
County, Washington), d. 18 Nov 1914 of a premature
birth at home, age 1/2 day. Int. 19 Nov 1914 in NE
Rear 40-3 Line 9 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
attended by Dr. Donald C. Urie of Camas. The
funeral was 19 Nov 1914 2 PM at grave site with
Reverend J.H. Berringer. Ordered by Mr. & Mrs. E.
Weigle. Charged to W.J. Cooper of Fern Prairie.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. W.J. Cooper. Ref:#3 & #4
BATTOSTELLA, B. JULIS GUILIO
b. 1861, d. 26 Jul 1909 of suffocation by gas, age ca
48 years. Int. 29 Jul 1909 in NE 40-4 Line 9 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married, a laborer, home
address not listed, died at the Columbia Contract Co.
Quary in Camas, Clark County, Washington attended
to by Coroner William K. Knapp. Funeral 29 Jul
1909 with no services and no clergy by KNAPP
CHAPEL. Charged to Columbia Contract CO. of
Fisher area of Camas, Washington. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
DAVENPORT, MARVIN K.
b. 1881, d. 8 Aug 1909 of an accidental drowning,
age 28y. Int. 19 Aug 1909 in NE 40-5 Line 9
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was a logger, home
address not listed, died in the Lewis River near
Woodland, Cowlitz County, Washington. The funeral
was 19 Aug 1909 with no services and no clergy
funeral by KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged to McCoy &
Smith of Vancouver, Washington. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 41
NE 41 single #1 bought 8/3/1906 by J.M. Turner
NE 41 single #2 bought 6/16/1906 by W.M. Cline
NE 41 single #3 bought 7/4/1906 by Mrs. Christina J.
Schneider
NE 41 single #4 bought 7/19/1906 by J. Sueth
NE 41 single #5 bought 8/1/1906 by Biku Stankovich
NE 41 single #5 bought 9/10/1906 by Nettie Coiteux
POABLER/PODHORA, INFANT
b. ca 1906, d. Jun 1906, age (?). Int. 13 Jun 1906 in
NE 41-1 Line 8. Parents were not listed. (The
child's name may be Podhora and be either Anton's or
Emil's baby). Ref:#3
FULLER, GEORGE L.
b. 1831, d. 16 Jun 1906 died of kidney failure, age
75y. Int. 17 Jun 1906 in NE 41-2 Line 8. [W.M.
CLINE] NOTE: George L. Fuller may have been an
older brother of John L. Fuller a farmer (b. Jan 1839
in New York Ref:1880 Census). Parents were not
listed. Ref: #3.
SCHNEIDER/SCHMIDER, CHRISTIAN F/T.
b. Nov 1837/1838 Germany, d. 3 Jul 1906 died of
kidney failure, age 68y. Int. 5 Jul 1906 in NE 41-3
Line 8. He was naturalized in 1881, a farmer who
owned 82 acres in the Harney area of Vancouver,
Washington. He was married to Christine (b. Jan
1837 Germany; who had children in 1900 Adolph
born Sep 1865 and Mary born Sep 1878 both born in
Germany. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
NE 42
NE 42 single #2 bought 8/6/1906 by John C. Guthrie
NE 42 single #3 bought 8/6/1906 by Mrs. Lulu
Woodard
NE 42 single #4 bought 8/12/1906 by Thoedore
Turzeiff/Ferzieff
NE 42 single #5 bought 6/14/1906 by A.B. Taber
GUTHRIE, JOHN C.
b. (?), d. ca 7/8 Aug 1906 died by suicide, age (?).
Int. 8 Aug 1906 in NE 42-2 Line 7 (SELF). Note: He
was not listed in any of the Clark County Census.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
TURNER, ALBERT
b. 1861, d. 22 Oct 1903 died of pneumonia, age 42y.
Int. Oct 1903 in NE 42 Line 7. Albert Turner was
probably a brother of Charles L. Turner (who was the
son of J.M. Turner and Rebecca Cantonwine). He
may have married Sarah K. Chandlee. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#1 & #3
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TURNER, HARDLE
b . 1 9 0 2 , d . 2 5 S e p 1 9 0 6 d i e d o f a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 4y. Int. 30 Sep 1906 in NE 42-1
Line 7. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Parents were not
listed, but father may have been Albert Turner and
his mother was Sarah K. Chandlee Turner. Ref:#3
TURNER, SARAH K.
b. (?), d. 2 Aug 1906 died of consumption, age (?).
Int. 4 Aug 1906 in NE 42-1 Line 7. [THOMAS H.
HUNTSBERRY]. Parents were not listed but may
have been William E. and Ollie M. Chandlee.
[KNAPP MORTUARY] Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
WOODWARD, E.J. (James ?)
b. 1863 Washington Territory, d. 4 Aug 1906 died of
appendicitis, age 43y. Int. 7 Aug 1906 in NE 42-3
Line 7. [THOMAS H. HUNTSBERRY]. He may
have been married to Lulu Woodward, ( who had a
son William Woodward living in 1880 with his
grandparents Richard Ough). Parents were John
Davis Woodward (ca 1828 Iowa/ Nebraska - ) and
married 5 Mar 1857 Sarah Cynthia Ough (b. 1839
Washington Territory -) daughter of Richard Ough
and "Betsy" White Wing Schluyhus. Ref:#1 #3 & #6
Clark County Washington 1870 Census.
CORTENY/CORTEIOR, JOSEPH
b. 1854, d. 7 Sep 1906 no cause of the death listed,
age 52y. Int. 10 Sep 1906 in NE 42-5 Line 7. [SELF].
His 2nd wife may have been Mary Fah as her 2nd
husb
and. Parents were not listed. Ref:#2 & #3
FERZIEFF, ENCHO
b. May 1906, d. 10 Aug 1906 died of an stomach
ailment, age 3m. Int. 12 Aug 1906 in NE 42-4 Line 7.
Parents were not listed, but may have been Mr., &
Mrs. Theodore Ferzieff. Ref:#3
NE 43
NE 43 N/2 bought 3/14/1910 by A.A. Bolin
NE 43 S/2 bought 12/18/1911 by A.J. Dorland
BOLIN, ANDREW A.
b. 21 Apr 1831 Switzerland, d. 30 Jan 1911 died of
pneumonia, age 79y 8m 9d. Int. 1 Feb 1911 in NE 43
N/2 Line 6. [SELF]. He was naturalized as an
American Citizen in 1868, widower of Johanna Bolin
(1830-1913). Andrew was a farmer who owned a
farm of 6 acres in the Fruit Valley Section of Clark
County. (NOTE: There be confusion in the spelling
of Bolin/Bolan. There was another Andrew Jackson
Bolan who was a sheriff and Indian Agent. He was
killed by the Yakima Indians while investigating the
Indian uprising in 1855. He was married to Jerusha
Short as her first husband, daughter of Amos Meade
Short and Esther Clark. Parents were not listed but
they were both born in Switzerland. Ref:#3 & #6
Clark County Washington Territory 1900 Census.
BOLIN, JOHANNA
b. 10 Feb 1830 Switzerland, d. 13 Mar 1910 died of
senile decay, age 80y 1m 3d. Int. 13 Mar 1910 in NE
43 N/2 Line 6. Married to Andrew A. Bolin (18311911). She was a naturalized citizen in 1869. Parents
were not listed, but were born in Switzerland.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington Territory
1900 Census.
DORLAND, GILBERT P.
b. 28 Oct 1840, d. 17 Dec 1911 no cause listed, age
71y 1m 20d. Int. 19 Dec 1911 in NE 43-1 S/2 Row 6
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married, a retired
miner, Friends Church (Quaker), lived at the Blaker
Flats in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died
at home attended by Dr. W. H. Arnold. Funeral 19
Dec 1911 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend J.M.
Cause. Pall Bearers were Mrs. Fred Weston, E.L.
Bashford, M.R. Sparks, D.J. Van Nostrand, A.J.
McPherson and J.M. Conrad. Charged to A.J.
Dorland. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 44
NE 44 N/2 bought 10/14/1910 by Mrs. A. Shattuck
NE 44 S/2 bought 4/1/1907 by Jane Gibbons
SHATTUCH, ANDREW
b. 1840, d. 12 Oct 1910 of heart failure, age 70y. Int.
1 6 O c t 1 9 1 0 i n N E 4 4 N / 2 L i n e 5 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married, a farmer, Lutheran,
home address not listed, died at home attended by Dr.
Charles E.B. Flagg of Vancouver. Funeral 16 Oct
1910 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend H. S.
Templeman. Charged to Rudolph C. Klinkmann (of
Minniehaha area) of Vancouver, Washington.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
A'HERN, WILLIAM H.
b. 9 Jul 1860 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
d. 24 Nov 1911 of rheumatism, age 51y 4m 15d. Int.
25 Nov 1911 in NE 44-2 N/2 Row 5 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married in Vancouver 5 Sep
1887 to Nora Wiggs. He was a clerk, an
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Episcopalian, home address was not listed, died at St.
Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr.
Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral was 25
Nov 1911 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Otis
E. Gray. Note: His brother Patrick H. "Bob" A'Hern
(1859-27 Nov 1885 was an invalid from birth) and is
buried in Plot NW 80 Line 13. Ordered by Mrs.
Sharp and Mrs. Crawford. Charged to wife Mrs. Nora
Ahern (she has no marker if she is buried next to
husband). Note: Pall bearers were C.J. Proebstel,
Tincue Donegan, A.F. Leas, E.R. Schofield, E.M.
Scanlon and F.W. Beers. Parents were Patrick
A'Hern (1828- 1869 born in Ireland (He was only
41 years old when he died). He came to Fort
Vancouver as a soldier in 1852 and married 11 Jan
1853 to Mrs. Nancy Jane Hale (1824-1904 born in
Virginia.) After Patrick A'Hern Sr. died Nancy
remarried to George Weeden (1815-1885 born in
Rhode Island and they are buried in Plot NW 80 have markers). Nancy Jane Hale had a daughter Mary
C. Hale (29 Dec 1848-18 Sep 1872 born in Iowa,
buried at Columbia Cemetery in Portland, Oregon
who was married 31 Jul 1864 in Vancouver to
William Switzler (7 Dec 1834-23 Oct 1883 son of
John Switzler and Maria Robinson. He is buried at
Olney Cemetery in Pendleton, Oregon). After Mary's
death her 1/2 sister Ellen A'Hern (1854-1930 born in
Vancouver, Washington) married 22 May 1873 (1)
William Switzler and (2) Lot Livermore. Ref:#1, #3,
#4 & #6 Clark County Washington Territory 1860
Census.
GIBBONS, DAVID F.
b. (?), d. Jan 1909, age (?). Int. 11 Jan 1909 in NE ?
(? NE 44 S/2 Line 5). He was married (?) to Jane
Gibbons (1838-1907). NOTE: This Could be an
eldest son or brother of Joseph Gibbons. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3 (not listed in any census or
books).
GIBBONS, JANE
b. 1 Apr 1838, d. 1 Apr 1907 died of dropsy
(diabetes), age 68y. Int. in NE 44 S/2 Line 5. She
may been married to David F. Gibbons. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3 not in any census or brooks.
NE 45
NE 45 N/2 bought 8/27/1904 by B.T. Billington
NE 45 N/2 bought 7/11/1906 by J.N. Northrup
NE 45 S/2 bought 6/26/1906 by B. Kadow
NORTHUP, DANIEL T.
b. 1849, d. 10 Jul 1906 died of heart failure, age 57y.
Int. 12 Jul 1906 in NE 45 N/2 Line 4 (has marker
"Father"). (J.N. NORTHRUP). Note:(? Daniel T.
may be a brother to Charles M. Northrup ?). Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
NORTHUP, CHARLOTTE ANNE
b. 1864, d. 8 Nov 1918 died of pneumonia, age 55y.
Int. 10 Nov 1918 in NE 45-2 Line 4 (has marker
"Mother") (J.N. NORTHRUP). Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
KADOW, CHARLES AUGUST
b. 6 Jul 1845 ? Germany, d. 27 Aug 1915 8:30 PM of
a leaky heart, age 70y 1m 21d. Int. 29 Aug 1915 in
NE 45-3 Line 4 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Note: two
of his infant grandchildren’s are buried beside him).
He was married, a farmer. He lived with a son on
River Road West in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington. He died at home attended by Dr. A.A.
Pompe of Vancouver. The funeral was 29 Aug 1915
2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend W.T.
Randolph. Charged to son, Louis Kadow (18811959). P a r e n t s w e r e John Kadow and Marie
Langman both born in Germany. Ref:#3, #4
KADOW, MADGE
b. 8 Feb 1908 Clark County, Washington, d. 15 Apr
1908 the cause of death was anemia, age 2m 7d. Int.
1 5 A p r 1 9 0 8 i n N E 4 5 S / 2 L i n e 4 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Note: an unnamed baby-girl b/d/ 26
Jun 1906 is also buried in the plot. Child's home
address was not listed, place of death not listed,
attended by Dr. A.A. Pompe of Vancouver. The
funeral was 15 Apr 1908 at grave site no clergy was
listed. Charged to Lewis Kadow. Parents were
Lewis Kadow (1881-1959) and Effie May ( )
Kadow (1880-1953). Both are Int. in SE 65 Line 16.
Ref:#3 & #4.
KADOW, INFANT (female)
b. 26 Jun 1906 Clark County, Washington, d. 26 Jun
1906 died of a ruptured blood vessel, age 00y. Int. 26
Jun 1906 in NE 45 S/2 Line 4. Parents were Lewis
Kadow (1881-1959) and Effie May ( ) Kadow
(1880-1953). Both are buried in SE 65 Line 16.
Ref:#3 & #4.
NE 46
NE 46 N/2 bought 5/11/1905 by A.A. Dicks
NE 46 S/2 bought 11/8/1903 by Charles E. Schneller
b. Apr 1883 Oregon, d. Oct 1905 no cause of death
listed, age 22y. Int. 7 Oct 1905 in NE 46 S/2 Line 3.
(A.A. DIX) [HORATIUS B.(?]. Parents were A.A.
Dix (1858 Missouri his parents were both born in
Iowa - a locomotive engineer) and E.J. Dix 1862
Missouri her parents were: father born in Iowa and
mother in French Canada). Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
DIX, ELBERT A.
b. Aug 1894 Washington, d. 25 Jun 1938 died of a
ulcer, age 43y 10m. Int. Jun 1938 in NE 46-2 Line 3.
[HOLMAN LUTZ- Portland Oregon) (E.J. Dix).
Parents were A.A. Dix (1858) and E.J. Dix (1862)
both born in Missouri. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
SCHUELLER, CHARLES E.
b. May 1903, d. 8 Oct 1903 died of spinal meningitis,
age 5m. Int. in NE 46 S/2 Line 3. (CHARLES E.
SCUHELLER). Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Charles
E. Schueller. Ref:#3
HAMILTON, EDWARD D.
b. Sep 1835 Scotland, d. 24 Jun 1924 died senile, age
88y 9m. Int. 27 Jun NE 46-3 Line 3. (CHARLES E.
SCUHELLER). He came from England with his
parents in 1840. He was a farmer - own 49 acres,
married to Julia Schueller (1848-1920). Parents
were not listed but his father was born in Scotland
and mother in England. Ref:#1 & #3.
HAMILTON, JULIA L.
b. 1848 Ohio, d. 26 Oct 1920 died of nephritis, age
72y. Int. 28 Oct 1920 in NE 46-2 Line 3. She was
married to Edward D. Hamilton (1835 -1924),
Children were: William E. b. 1881 and Nora E. born
1883 both born in Oregon. Parents were not listed
but may been named Mr. & Mrs. Scuheller both
born in New York. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
NE 47
NE 47 S/2 bought 12/12/1903 by Thomas Hunt
HUNT, LLOYD
b. 1861, d. 7 Dec 1903 died of heart failure, age 42y.
Int. NE 47 S/2 Line 2 (Has marker "Here rest a
Woodman of the World". (THOMAS HUNT).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
BILLINGTON, ALICE
DIX, BURRRELL
226
b. 1882, d. 27 Aug 1904 died in childbirth, age 22y.
Int. 28 Aug 1904 in NE 47 N/2 Line 2. She was
married to B.F. Billington. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
NE 48
NE 48 All bought 5/23/1904 by William Hargraves
HARGRAVES, SARAH
b. Dec 1825 England, d. 22 May 1904 died of
paralysis, age 78y 7m. Int. 23 May 1904 in NE 48
Line 1. (WILLIAM HARGRAVES). Parents were
not listed but were born in England. Ref:#3
HARGRAVES, WILLIAM
b. 1849 Illinois, d. 13 Sep 1931 died senile, age 82y.
Int. 15 Sep 1931 in NE 48 Line 1. (SELF)[MT.
SCOTT MORTUARY-Portland, Oregon]. He was
married to Mary Elizabeth Hargraves (1858-1943),
and he was a farmer who owned 265 acres. Parents
were ......Hargraves and Sarah ( ) Hargraves
(1825-1904) both born in England. Ref:#3 & #6
Clark County, Washington 1900 Census.
HARGRAVES, MARY ELIZABETH
b. Aug 1858 Missouri, d. Jun 19, 1943 no cause for
death was listed, age 84y 10m. Int. 22 Jun 1943 in
NE 48 Line 1. [HOLMAN-SONS-Portland, Oregon]
(E. HARGRAVES). She was the widow of William
Hargraves (1849-1931). Children were in 1900
Census all born in Washington State: Laura 1883,
Willis 1887 and Alfred 1897. Parents were not
listed but were both born in Indiana. Ref: #3.
BUFFAM, PETER EDWARD
b.1878 North Dakota, d. 30 May 1935 died of heart
failure, age 57y. Int. 3 Jun 1935 in NE 48-5 Line 1
Ashes). [ H O L M A N & S O N -Portland]. He was
married to Laura Jane Buffam (1883-1966). Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
BUFFAM, LAURA JANE
b. 1883 Washington, d. 7 Nov 1966 died of heart
failure, age 83y. Int. 10 Nov 1966 in NE 48-4 Line 1
[FULTEN-F R I E S E N ] ( W I L L I A M
HARGRAVES).She was the widow of Peter E.
Buffam (1878-1 9 3 5 ) , P a r e n t s w e r e W i l l i a m
Hargraves (1849-1 9 3 1 b o r n i n I l l i n o i s ) a n d
Elizabeth (1858-1943 born in Missouri.) Ref:#3 &
#6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
BUFFAM, INFANT (Female)
227
b. 27 Mar 1909 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 27 Mar 1909 premature baby, age
00y. Int. 28 Mar 1909 in NE 48 Line 1. (WILLIAM
HARGREAVES). Parents were Peter Edward
Buffam (1878-1935 North Dakota) a n d L a u r a
Jane Hargraves (1883-1966 Missouri.) Ref:#3
NE 49
NE 49 All bought 6/3/1904 by Iva Zoe Mathews
MATHEWS, JAMES M.
b. Jan 1863 Washington Territory, d. 2 Jun 1904 died
of typhoid fever, age 41y 5m. Int. 4 Jun 1904 in NE
49 Line 1. [IVA ZOE MATHEWS). He was married
to Iva Zoe Mathews (1865-1935). Parents were
.......Mathews and Elizabeth ( ) Mathews b. 1813.
Ref:#3
MATHEWS, IVA ZOE
b. Sep 1865 Iowa, d. 22 May 1935 died of cancer,
age 69y 8m. Int. 24 May 1935 in NE 49 Line 1.
[SELF]. She was married to James M. Mathews
(1863-1904), Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
MATHEWS, MILO S. *
b. Dec 1902, d. 5 Feb 1921 died of spinal meningitis,
age 19y 2m. Int. 11 Feb 1921 in NE 49-5 Line 1.
(IVA Z0E MATHEWS). He was in the US Navy.
P a r e n t s w e r e James M. Mathews (1863-1904
Washington Territory) and Iva Zoe ( ) Mathews
(1865-1935 Iowa). Ref:#3
NE 50
LAMB, SARA JANE SHARPE
b. 2 Oct 1833 in New York Harbor, New York as her
parents arrived from Edinburgh, Scotland. d. 9 Aug
1931 of myocarditis, age 97y 10m. Int. 12 Aug 1931
in NE 50-1 Line 2. (has a marker "Grandma"). Her
parents died when she was an infant, so she never
knew them. Sara was adopted by a couple from
Vermont and she grew up there. She married Clancy
Lamb who was a blacksmith. He had a fine singing
voice and was the singing master of a small school
that Sara went to. After they were married they
moved and claimed two sections, about 50 miles
from St. Paul, Minnesota. NOTE:(2 square miles) of
frontier land and they began building a log cabin.
Here Clancy lost part of his hand in an accident and
had trouble with the Indians, so they migrated to
Diamond Bluff, Pierce County, Wisconsin where
their son Oliver Chauncy Lamb was born in (18571948). Clancy, Sarah Jane's husband died and Sara
Jane and Oliver worked their way west and
eventually ending up in Clark County Washington
Territory where they made their home. They were
related to David Fales another early settler. Sara died
in 1931 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand
Hanson at Salmon Creek, now part of Vancouver,
with whom she had been living. Parents or stepparents were named "Sharpe". Ref:#2, #3 & #6
Called "Jane Lamb" Clark County Washington 1900
Census.
LAMB, OLIVER Chauncy
b. Dec 1857 Minnesota, d. 10 Mar 1948, age 90y,
3 m . I n t . 1 3 M a r 1 9 4 8 i n N E 5 0 -2 L i n e 2
(SELF)[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (has
marker "Father"). He was married to Laura R.
Morton (1867-1904. Parents were Clancy Lamb and
Sarah Jane Sharpe (1833-1931 born in New York).
Ref:#2 & #3.
LAMB, LAURA R.
b. Feb 1867 Wisconsin, d. 29 Oct 1904 in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, age 37y 8m. Int. 31 Oct
1904 in NE 50 Line 2 (has marker "Mother"). She
was married to Oliver Chauncy Lamb (1857-1948).
In 1871 she lived with the Abel Tripp Family.
Parents were named "Morton". Ref:#2, #3 & #6
Clark County 1871 Census.
LAMB, CHARELS EARL
b. Nov 1886 Ellsworth, Pierce County, Wisconsin, d.
2 Apr 1967 died of a stroke, age 80y 5m. Int. in NE
50-1 L i n e 2 . (SELF)[VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. He came with his parents to Clark
County, Washington in 1894. He was married 16 Apr
1910 to Reatha Katrinka Bailey (1891-1967). He was
a member of the Eagles Lodge #2158. Parents were
Oliver Clancy Lamb (1857-1948 Minnesota) and
Laura M. Morton (1867-1904 Minnesota). Ref:#2.
& #3
LAMB, REATHA KATRINKA BAILEY
b. 1891 Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, d 26
Jan 1967 died of a cerebral hemorrhage, age 76y. Int.
31 Jan 1967 NE 50-2 Line 2. (SELF)[VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. She had lived in Vancouver
all her life and married Charles Earl Lamb 16 Apr
1910 in Clark County, Washington. The funeral was
3 1 J a n 1967 was in charge of VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL with Reverend John F. Sills.
She was a member of the Rebekahs, a member of the
Evangelical Brethren Church. Children were:(1) an
Infant Lamb b/d 1921 premature birth, (2) Madge
Lamb married (a.) ....Bodvin and (b.) John Fox, (3)
228
Bert E. Lamb. Parents were Ward E. Bailey born in
Ohio and Cena A. Layson born in California..
Ref:#2 & #3
LAMB, INFANT
b. 15 Sep 1921, Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 15 Sep 1921 Vancouver died of a
premature birth, age 3 hrs. Int. 16 Sep 1921 in NE
50-2 Line 2. Parents were Charles Earl Lamb
(1886-1967 born in Wisconsin and Reatha Katrinka
B a i l e y ( 1 8 9 1-1 9 6 7 b o r n i n V a n c o u v e r ,
Washington). Ref:#2 & #3
NE 51
NE 51 All bought 1/23/1906 by Frank X. Thibodeau
DEUCHER, ALICE McIVER
b. Aug 1884 Washington, d. 1 Jan 1946 died of skull
fracture, age 62y 5m. Int. 5 Jan 1946 in NE 51-1 Line
3. (F.X. THIBODEAU)[KNAPP MORTUARY].
Note: James McIver may have been her brother or
her fist husband. He was born in Scotland in 1879, as
were his parents, lived with Alexander Cook (born in
1840 - a widower- both were nurserymen) lived just
two houses from the Alexander Thibodeau Family in
the Harney District. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3
& #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
THIBODEAU, FRANK XAVIER
b. 2 Jul 1876 French Canada, d. 30 Jul 1911 of an
accidental drowning, age 35y 0m 28d. Int. 2 Aug
1911 in NE 51/53 Line 3 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Note: Two infant daughters are buried in same plot
(1) died 22 Jan 1906 and (2) died 29 Jan 1907. There
must have been a Catholic picnic at Bachelor’s
Slough in Vancouver for Eva Trombley was also
downed at the same time. He was attended to by the
Clark County Coroner. He was married, Catholic,
home address not listed. The Funeral 2 Aug 1911 at
St. James Cathedral with Reverend Father Felix
Verwilghen. Pall bearers were James J. Waggoner,
E.E. Bennett, Jacob Westhoff, George H. Farrah,
Edward W. Opdyke and John McGurn. Charges were
not listed. Parents were Ranee Thibodeau (b. Jan
1830 French Canada) and Mary Thibodeau (b. Jul
1841 French Canada). They were naturalized
citizens in 1878. Ranee probably had a brother
Alexander Thibodeau (1840-1878) who was priest at
St. James Parish for he is buried in St. James
Cemetery. Ranee Thibodeau was a farmer and they
had a daughter Louise (b. Jun 1883 in Missouri) and
a married son, Alexander, (May 1861- 1925) a logger
who was married to Amanda who is Int. in NE 97-5
Line 16. Ref:#3, #4 & #6 Clark County, Washington
1900 Census.
THIBODEAU, INFANT (Female)
b. 22 Jan 1906 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 23 Jan 1906 died of ignition, age 1
day. Int. 23 Jan 1906 in NE 51 Line 3. (has maker "
Just a ray of sunshine that drifted beyond the clouds
to shine in Heaven." Parents were Mr. & Mrs.
Frank Xavier Thibodeau. Ref:#3
b. 1878 Missouri, d. 15 Jun 1963 died senile, age
85y. Int. 19 Jun 1963 in NE 53-4 Line 5. (JOHN J.
BROCK). She was married to John James Brock
(1863-1953). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
BROCK, ELEANOR R.
b. ( after 1900) Washington, d. 16 Apr 1907 of
pneumonia, age (?). Int. Apr 1907 in NE 53 Line 5.
(JOHN J. BROCK) Parents were John James
Brock (1863-1953) born in New York and Nellie J.(
) Brock (1878-1963) born in Missouri. Ref:#3
THIBODEAU, INFANT (Female)
b. 29 Jan 1907 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 29 Jan 1907 died of ignition, age 00y.
Int. 30 Jan 1907 in NE 51 Line 3 (has marker "Just a
tiny flower that budded on earth to bloom in
Heaven". Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Frank Xavier
Thibodeau. Ref:#3
BROCK, JOHN RAYMOND
b. 6 May 1916 Washington, d. 22 May 1916, age 16
days. Int. 23 May 1916 in NE 53-2 Line 5. (JOHN J.
BROCK) Parents were John James Brock (18531953) born in New York and Nellie J. Brock (18781963 born in Missouri. Ref:#3
NE 52
NE 52 All bought 7/20/1906 by Estella Wood
NE 54
NE 54 All bought 11/18/1907 by John Freeberg
WOOD, WALTER H.
b. 7 May 1871 Gage County, Nebraska, d. 25 Jun
1906 died of TB of the bowels, age 35y 1m 18d. Int.
26 Jun 1906 in NE 52 Line 4. (has marker "Here lies
a Woodman of the World. (ESTELLA WOOD) He
was married 29 Nov 1891 to Stella/Estella Hess.
Parents were James Robert Wood (1836-1905) born
in Rush County, Indiana married 1859 Mercer
County, Illinois to Rebecca Shanks (1844-1910)
Moline County, Illinois. Ref:#1 & #3
FREEBERG, JOHN
b. 24 Jul 1865, 24 Aug 1917 died a suicide, age 52y
1m. Int. 1 Sep 1917 in NE 54-2 Line 6. He was
married to Jennie ( ) Freeberg (1870-1957) born in
Sweden. Parents were not listed, but John Freeberg
maybe the son of Samuel S. Freeberg (born 22 May
1838-24 Sep 1912 in Sweden buried in Elim
Cemetery 2/14). In the 1900 Samuel S. Freeberg was
a widower (he was married when he died in 1912 and
had a daughter (Mrs. H.A. Weist of 347 E. Glison St.
Portland, Oregon), Samuel was a farmer who owned
116 acre farm; was a naturalized citizen of the US in
1867. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900
Census & #8 "KNAPP Mortuary Funerals (19071925 by Clark County Genealogical Society,
Vancouver, Washington..
WOOD, STELLA/ESTELLA HESS
b. 20 Aug 1871 Moline County, Illinois, d. 21 Jan
1926 died of pneumonia, age 54y 5m. Int. in NE 52-2
Line 4. (E. WOOD). She was married 29 Nov 1891
to Walter H. Wood (1871 -1906). Parents were
named .....Hess". Ref:#1 & #3
NE 53
NE 53 All bought 4/17/1907 by John J. Brock
BROCK, JOHN JAMES
b. 1863 New York, d. 25 Mar 1953, age 90y. Int. 28
Mar 1953 in NE 53-5 Line 5. (JOHN J. BROCK). He
was married to Nellie ( ) Brock (1878 -1963).
Parents were John Brock (1841-1899 born in Ohio)
and Rebecca J. ( ) Brock (1843-1920 born in New
York) both buried in SW 17 Line 1. Ref:#3 & #6
FREEBERG, JENNIE
Oct 1870 Sweden, 7 Jan 1957, 86y 3m. Int. 11 Jan
1957 in NE 54-3 Line 6. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
C H A P E L ] ( S E L F ) . S h e w a s m a r r i e d t o John
Freeborn (1865-1917). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #5
FREEBERG, CARL GA
b. 1900, d. Nov 1907 died of pneumonia, age 7y. Int.
10 Nov 1907 in NE 53-1 Line 6 (JOHN FREEBERG)
P a r e n t s w e r e John Freeborn (1865-1917) and
Jenny ( ) Freeborn (1870-1957). Ref:#3
BROCK, NELLIE J.
FREEBERG, OSCAR A.
229
b. Nov 1901 Washington, d. 18 Feb 1957 of a
gunshot wound (? suicide), age 55y 9m. Int. 21 Feb
1957 in NE 54-4 Line 6. (SELF)[VANCOUVER
F U N E R A L C H A P E L ] . P a r e n t s w e r e John
Freeborn (1865-1917) and Jenny ( ) Freeborn
(1870-1957). Ref:#3 & #5
FREEBERG, MABLE
b. Dec 1908 Washington, d. 30 Jan 1965 died of
cancer, age 57y 11m. Int. 2 Feb 1965 in NE 54-5
Line 6. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]
(JOHN FREEBERG). She was probably married to
Oscar Freeborn (1901-1957). Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #5
NE 55
NE 55 single #2 bought 12/28/1906 by Mrs. Delilah
Wilkinson
NE 55 single #3 bought 12/30/1906 by John R.
Hulford
NE 55 single #4 bought 1/18/1907 by George James
NE 55 single #5 bought 2/2/1907 by H.C. Hanly
BECK, RAYMOND
b. 7 May 1904, d. 18 Dec 1906 no cause of death was
listed, age 2y 6m 11d. Int. in Dec 1906 n NE 55-1
Line 7. Parents were Oliver Frederick Beck born in
Missouri and Viola Elizabeth Lipp. Ref:#1 & #3
WILKINSON/WILKESON, GEORGE A.
b. 1850 Wisconsin, d. 27 Dec 1906 of cancer of the
stomach, age 56y. Int. 30 Dec 1906 in NE 55-2 Line
7. (DELILAH WILKINSON). Married to Delilah
Wilkinson. (NOTE: George Wilkeinson may be a
brother of John Wilkeson; George was also born in
Wisconsin and his parents were born in England).
Parents were not listed. Ref: #3.
HULFORD, VIRGINIA
b. (?), d. 30 Dec 30 1906 died of brain disease, age
(?). Int. 31 Dec 1906 in NE 55-3 Line 7 (JOHN R.
HULFORD) Parents were not listed, but may be
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Hulford. Ref:#3
JAMES, ARTHUR
b. 1886, d. 18 Jan 1907 died of an abscess of the
stomach, age 21y. Int. 19 Jan 1907 in NE 55-4 Line
7. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. George James. Ref:#3
HANLY, MAUDE
b. Apr 1894 Nebraska, d. 1 Feb 1907 died of
complication of an unknown disease, age 12y 11m.
Int. 3 Feb 1907 in NE 55-5 Line 7. (H.C. HANLY)
230
Parents were not listed, but may be H.C. Hanly b.
Aug 1867 in Illinois lived the West Ward of
Vancouver Precinct. [H.C. Hanly's father was born
in Illinois and mother in Ireland - a second hand
dealer in goods and rented his house] and Norah
born Jul 1873 in Illinois [her father and mother were
born in New York]. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
NE 56
NE 56 single #1 bought 10/8/1906 by E.M. Blurock
NE 56 single #2 bought 10/16/1906 by Nicholas
Black
NE 56 single #3 bought 11/20/1906 by Charles S.
Seitz
NE 56 single #4 bought 12/5/1906 by P.A. Helms
NE 56 single #5 bought 12/15/1906 by E.L. Jones
BACHIMIER, WILLIAM M.
b. 1830 Pennsylvania, d. 6 Oct 1906, age 76y, stock
raiser, lived next to Jeremiah L. Groat, died of dropsy
of the heart. Int. Oct 1906 in NE 56-1 Line 8 (has
marker "Gone to rest". Parents were not listed but
were born in Hesse
Cassel (Germany). Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington Territory 1880 Census.
BLACK, NICHOLAS
b. 1866, d. 19 Oct 1906 died of heart failure, age 40y.
Int. 16 Oct 1906 in NE 56-2 Line 8. (NICHOLAS
BLACK). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
SEITZ, EFFIE
b. 1873, d. 19 Nov 1906 died of cancer, age 33y. Int.
21 Nov 1906 in NE 56-5 Line 8. (CHARLES S.
SEITZ) Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
HELMS, ORA ELLEN
b. 4 Mar 1887, d. 3 Dec 1906 died in childbirth, age
19y 8m 29d. She was married (?) P.A. Helms, died in
childbirth. Int. 6 Dec 1906 in NE 56-4 Line 8.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
HELMS, INFANT
b. (?) probably 3 Dec 1906, d. probably 6 Dec 1906,
age 3 days. Int. in NE 56 Line 8. Parents were (?)
P.A. and Ora Ellen Helms. Ref:#3
JONES, SELDON
b. 1820, d. 14 Dec 1906 died of old age, age 86y, Int.
1 6 D e c 1 9 0 6 i n NE 56 Line 8. [SELF]. [E.L.
JONES]. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 57
NE 57 single #2 bought 8/25/1909 by W.C. Bayer
NE 57 single #3 bought 9/10/1909 by Lars Roalsen
NE 57 single #4 bought 9/13/1909 by Benjamin
McFerrin
NE 57 single #5 bought 9/25/1909 by Fred Comfort
NE 57 single #6 bought 2/14/1912 by William E.
Eaton
ROALSEN, EDITH
b. 27 Jul 1909, d. 9 Sep 1909 of colitis, age 1m 13d.
Int.11 Sep 1909 in NE 57-3 Line 9. Child, lived on
the Blue Rock Ranch in Clark County, Washington,
died at home of colitis attended by Dr. J.W. Chalmers
of Vancouver. The funeral was 11 Sep 1909 at grave
site with Reverend Walter I. Eck. Charge to Lars
Roalsen Blue Rock Ranch Washington. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Lars Roalsen. NOTE: In the Clark
County 1900 Census there is a Mary Roalsen (May
1867 in Denmark) married but no husband listed, but
has 7 children-Edith was born 1909. Ref:#3 & #6.
McFERRAN, WALTER B.
b. 1889, d, 12 Sep 1909, age 20y, died of TB of the
bowels. Int. 13 Sep 1909 in NE 57-4 Line 9. Parents
were not listed, but his father maybe Benjamin
McFerrin. Ref:#3
COMFORT, RICHARD (Infant)
b. (?), d. 24 Sep 1909, age (?), died of a cerebral
hemorrhage. Int. 24 Sep 1909 in NE 57-5 Line 9.
P a r e n t s w e r e Richard Comfort b. 1845 New
Hampshire) and Purnelelia (b. Apr 1847 Wyoming.)
Ref:#3
EATON, FRANCIS LYNN
b. 14 Dec 1889, d. 12 Feb 1912 typhoid fever, age
22y 1m 29d. Int. 14 Feb 1912 in NE 57-6 Row 9. He
was single, a stationary engineer, a Methodist, lived
at Amboy, Clark County, Washington, died at
Amboy attended by Dr. A.W. Stevenson of Yacolt.
The funeral was 14 Feb 1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL
with the Reverend J.E. Maley & Reverend Owen
(Assistant). Charged to brother William E. Eaton
(1880-1947) of Amboy. Disinterred and reburied in
Park Hill Lot # 89-3 Sec A on 21 Feb 1918. Parents
were Edwin Alonzo Eaton ( b . 1 6 A p r 1 8 4 6
Bradford, Merrimack County New Hampshire-18
Oct 1933 son of John E aston), a carpenter and
M a r y / M a r g a r e t A . ( ) E a t o n ( Apr 1852
Pennsylvania-5 Apr 1940) who also had children
William E. who married Elizabeth Dague (1870231
1914), Frederick Eaton (b. Nov 1890 Washington)
and Esther M. (b. Dec 1892 Washington). Ref:#3
STOCKFISH, NICHOLAS
b. Sep 1852 Germany, d. 26 Mar 1918 when
accidentally crushed, age 55y, 6m. Int. 5 Apr 1918 in
N E 5 7 -6 L i n e 9 . received his United States
citizenship in 1884, was a partner in wood cutting
business with Jacob Dobler and lived with him.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
NE 58
NE 58 single #1 bought 5/8/1910 by P.H. Harter
NE 58 single #2 bought 5/12/1911 by M.C. Arneson
NE 58 single #3 bought 7/13/1911 by M.O. Brace
NE 58 single #4 bought 7/25/1911 by Clifford Hall
NE 58 single #5 bought 7/27/1911 by E.W. Opdyke
HARTER, GEORGE
b. 1885, d. 23 Apr 1911 of an accidental drowning,
age ca 25y. Int. 8 May 1911 in NE 58-1 Line 10. He
was single, stevedore on the steamer Jessie Hawkins
(Captain L.P. Hosford), home address not listed, died
in the Columbia River near the Northern Pacific
Dock in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, no
doctor listed. The funeral was 8 May 1911 with no
clergy listed. Charged to P. P. Harter of Otsego
County, New York and a certificate of burial was
sent 8 May 1911 to him. Details: George Harter had
on his body a watch a knife a purse with $1.95 which
were delivered to Capt. L.P. Hosford. Parents were
not listed, but maybe Mr. & Mrs. P.P. Harter of
Otsego County, New York. Ref:3 & #4
ARNESON CHRISTIANA (Mrs. W.C.)
b. 1858, d. 11 May 1911 died of acute brights disease
and paralyses, age 53y. Int. 12 May 1911 in NE 58-2
Line 10. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
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IT. VCC HAS AN "ARNESON" IN [email protected]@@@
HALL, FRANK FREELAND
b. 14 Jul 1883 at Shell Lakes, Washburn County,
Wisconsin, d. 23 Jul 1911 of an accidental downing,
age 28y 0m 9d. Int. 25 Jul 1911 in NE 58-4 Line 10.
He was single, a logger, home address not listed, died
in the Lewis River near Yale, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. A.W. Stevenson of
Yacolt. The funeral was 25 Jul 1911 at Ketchams
Hall in Yacolt with Reverend Mr. W. Porter. Int. in
NE 58-4 Line 10. No charges listed. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
UPDYKE, JENNIE BURHL
b. 15 Oct 1909, d. 26 Jul 1911 of infantile paralysis,
age 1y 9m 11d. Int. 27 Jul 1911 in NE 58-5 (NO
MARKER - NO RECORD). Child lived at 1008
West 14th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. C.C. McCown of
Vancouver. Funeral 27 Jul 1911 at home with
Reverend J. H. Berrigen. Charged to Edward
Opdyke at home. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Edward
Opdyke.
Ref:#3
PETERSON, RUBY (Infant)
b. 4 Oct 1921 Clark County, Washington, d. 4 Oct
1921 a premature baby, age 00y. Int. 4 Oct 1921 in
NE 58-5 Line 10. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 59
NE 89 All bought 4/27/1911 by Frances B. Hathaway
HATHAWAY, HENRY LEWIS
b. 3 Feb 1859 Washington, d. 26 Mar 1911 of
uremic poisoning, age 52y 2m 23d. Int. 29 Apr 1911
in NE 59-1 Line 11. He was married to Frances B. (
) Hathaway, merchant, lived at 900 West 11th ST.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. C.C. McCown. The funeral was 29
Apr 1911 at the I.O.O.F. Hall with Reverend H.S.
Templeton. Charge to Mr. Henry L. Hathaway and
brother-in-law Clinton C. Gridley (12 Oct 1857-13
Mar 1922 has marker married to Mattie Hathaway).
The pall bearers were James J. Waggoner, Scott
Wood, R. H. Bock, A. D. Elwell, M. I. Bishop and C.
F. Rossiter. Note: Henry Hathaway was a
Washington State pioneer. Parents were Marshall
Root Hathaway (1823-1896 Russia, Herckimer
County New York) and Maria Smith (1830-1907
Parish Oswego County New York. She was the
daughter of Shubel Smith. In 1851 Marshall Root
Hathaway and his wife Maria and one daughter,
Marie, also Marshall's brother, Jeremiah and his
family, started from St. Louis, Missouri on a wagon
train over the Oregon Trail and settled in Portland,
Oregon for a couple years; then they took up a
Donation Claim on the Washington side of the
Columbia River. Ref. #1, #3, #4, #6 Clark County
Washington Territory 1871 & 1880 Census.
RUPE, WILLIAM
232
b. Sep 1873, d. 20 Aug 1925 died of septicemia, age
51y 11m. Int. 23 Aug 1925 in NE 59-5 Line 11.
[FRANCES B. HATHAWAY]. Ref:#3
RUPE, JUNE S.
b. Nov 1921, d. 17 Jul 1924, age 2y 9m, bowel
troubl e . I n t . 1 8 J u l 1 9 2 4 i n NE 59-4 Line 11.
[FRANCES B. HATHAWAY] Ref:#3
SIMONS, NANCY J.A.
b. 9 Mar 1835 New Hampshire, d. 2 Feb 1922 of
nephritis, age 86y, 10m 24d. Int.4 Feb 1922 in NE
59-5 Line 11. (has marker "MOTHER") [FRANCES
B. HATHAWAY]. She was a physician, widow,
rents her home in 1900. Parents were not listed but
were born in New Hampshire. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
NE 60
NE 60 All bought 5/23/1910 by Andrew Nylander
NYLANDER, ANDREW W.
b. 1862 Sweden, d. 19 Oct 1943 of heart failure, age
81y. Int. 22 Oct 1943 in NE 60-3 Line 12. (SELF)
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was
married to Anna ( ) Nylander (1866-1910). Had a
son, Elmer Nylander (b. 1894 Minnesota) who
married Janie May Manwell (b. 1895) daughter of
William Manwell and Mattie M. Jones. Parents
were not listed but were born in Sweden. Ref:#2 &
#3.
NYLANDER, ANNIE
b. 1866, d. 22 May 1910 of paralysis, age 44y. Int. 23
May 1910 in NE 60-5 Line 12. She was married to
Andrew Nylander (1862-1943) and had children
Alfred, Arthur and Edward and Elmer. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#1 & #3
NYLANDER, ALFRED
b. Sep 1885 Minnesota, d. 14 Dec 1947 no cause of
death was listed, age 63y 3m. Int. 17 Dec 1947 in NE
60-3 L i n e 1 2 . ( A N D R E W N Y L A N D E R )
[COLONIAL MORTUARY- P o r t l a n d ] . Parents
were Andrew W. and Anna Nylander both born in
Sweden. Ref:#2 & #3
NYLANDER, EDWARD
b. 1888, d. Mar 1911, age 23y, no cause of death
listed. Int. 4 Mar 1911 in NE 60-1 Line 12 (has
marker- "BROTHER"). Parents were Andrew W.
(1862-1943) and Annie (1866-1910) Nylander.
Ref:#3
NYLANDER, ARTHUR
b. Nov 1907 Washington, d. 19 Dec 1971, age 64y
1m , died of heart failure. Int. 22 Dec 1971 in NE 602 Line 12. (ANDREW NYLANDER) [HAMILTON
MYLAN FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents were not
listed but were probably Elmer Nylander and
Janie May Manwell. Ref:#2 & #3.
NE 61
NE 61 All bought 7/20/1909 by Peter H. Neilson
NELSON/NEILSEN, MARIAN L.
b. 28 Oct 1868, d. 19 Jul 1909of an operation for gall
stones, age 40y 8m 26d. Int. 21 Jul 1909 in NE 61
Line 13. She was married to Peter H. Neilsen, a
housewife, English Lutheran, lived in the Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington (Vancouver Heights area).
She died at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon attended by Dr. H.I.
Keeney of Portland. The funeral was 21 Jul 1909
with Reverend W.I. Eck. Charged to Peter H.
Neilson Vancouver Heights Vancouver Washington.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NELSON/NEILSEN, MILTON H.
b. Jan 1900 Pennsylvania, d. 25 Sep 1978 of heart
failure, age 78y 9m. Int. 4 Oct 1978 in NE 61-3 Line
13. (SELF) [YARINGTON MORTUARY - White
Center, Seattle]. Parents were Peter H. & Marian L.
Neilson/Nelson. Ref:#3
NE 62
NE 62 All bought 7/1908 by A.W. Schoonover
AKERS, MORGAN
b. 1836, d. 15 May 1910 died of paralysis, age 74y.
Int. 17 May 1910 in NE 62 N/2 Line 14. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
NATTA, GIOVANNI/JOHN
b. 26 Jul 1863 Otteglio, Mansertto, Italy, d. 21 Jan
1913 no cause was listed, age 40y. Int. 22 Jan 1913 in
NE 62 S/2 Line 14. He emigrated to the United States
in 1891. Giovanni Natta with his partner, Evasio
Ferrain (b. Jun 1849 also of Italy), began vegetable
farming (23 acres) in the rich soil of Burnt Bridge
Creek lowlands area of Vancouver. When Giovanni
died his nephew, Frank Natta inherited the farm.
Frank Natta married Lilly D. Cabiale (daughter of
Mario & Albina Cabiale (who are buried in NE 156).
The Frank Nattas are buried in Park Hill Cemetery.
P a r e n t s w e r e n a m e d "NATTA" born in
233
Manseratto Region Italy. Ref:#2, #3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
NE 63
NE 63 All bought 5/6/1908 by B.W. Bailey
NE 63 All bought 2/3/1910 by D.M. Beam
WILLIAMS, ROBERT Capt. *
b. 13 May 1834 Wales, d. 9 Dec 1912 of carcinoma
of the pacreas and gall stones, age 78y 6m 26d. Int.
11 Dec 1912 in NE 63-1 Line 1 5 . He was the
widower of Elizabeth Jane Williams (1836-1912),
came to the US in 1855 and was naturalized, retired
USA Officer 4th Infantry, Baptist, lived with
daughter Mrs. Agnes Tooley at 712 West 12th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died 9 AM at
home attended by Dr. J.M.P. Chalmers of Vancouver.
Funeral 11 Dec 1912 at home with Reverend C. R. G.
Poole. Charged to daughter Agnes (1870-1952) and
her husband Charles Daniel Tooley (1864-1941) both
Int. in SE 48. Parents were not listed but both were
born in Wales. Ref:#1, #3, #4 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH JANE
b. 23 May 1836 Scotland, d. 27 Feb 1912 of an
intestinal obstruction, age 75y 9m 4d. Int. 29 Feb
1912 in NE 63-2 Row 15. S h e was married to
Captain Robert Williams (1834-1912), housewife,
emigrated to the United States in 1860, lived at 808
West 12th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. C.C. McCown of
Vancouver. The funeral was 29 Feb 1912 (leap Year
day) at home with Reverend C.R.G. Poole. A son
Arthur E. Williams (1873-1935) is in the same plot
and a daughter Agnes E. (Charles Daniel) Tooley and
husband both are buried in SE 48-7. Charged to
husband Captain Robert Williams. Parents were not
listed but were both born in Scotland. Ref:#1, #3,
#4 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
WILLIAMS, ARTHUR E.
b. 22 Jul 1873 Iowa, d. 27 Apr 1935 died a suicide by
hanging ,age 61y 9m 5d. Int. 30 Apr 1935 in NE 63
L i n e 1 5 . [ FINLEY MORTUARY - Portland].
Parents were Capt Robert Williams (1834-1912)
born in Wales and Elizabeth Jane Williams (18361912) born in Scotland both buried in NE 63.
Ref:#3
ANDERSON, JOHN A (Capt.)
b. 5 Jun 1854 Scotland, d. 10 May 1913 of
concussion of the brain and internal injuries, 58y 11m
5d. Int. in NE 63-4 Line 15 (the marker on the grave
reads "Here rests a Woodman of The World - Dum
Tacet Clamat”.[FINLEY MORTUARY-Portland,
Oregon]. He was married to Mary T. ( ) Anderson
(1861-1934). He was a shipbuilder and a contractor.
He lived at 398 12th St. Portland, Multnomah County
Oregon, died at St. Vincent Hospital in Portland, the
doctor was not listed. The funeral was 12 May 1913 2
PM at Charles D. Tooley's residence with Reverend
J.M. Cause. Charged to Mrs. Mary Anderson 397 12
St. Portland and Mrs. C.D. Tooley. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
ANDERSON, MARY T.
b. 31 Mar 1861 Iowa, d. 7 Dec 1934, age 72y 8m 8d.
widow of John A. Anderson, lived in Portland,
Oregon. Int. 10 Dec 1934 in NE 63- Line 15.
[FINDLEY - Portland.] She was the widow of John
A. Anderson and lived and died in Portland, Oregon.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
@@@ Check grave number on Charles Daniel
Tooley SW 48 or NE 63? @@@@
NE 64
NE 64 All bought 5/4/1912 by Wm. J. Knapp
ALDERMAN, FLORENCE EVELYN
b. 7 May 1912, d. 2 Nov 1915 of gastro enteritis, age
3y 5m 25d. Int. 4 Nov 1915 in NE 65-5 Line 16
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She died at St. Vincent
Hospital in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon
attended by Dr. Raymond E. Watkins of Portland.
Funeral 4 Nov 1915 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend E.L. Benedict. Charged to father Edward
D. Alderman who worked for Bishop Log Camp at
Fairfax Washington. P a r e n t s w e r e Edward D.
Alderman born in Minnesota died in 1920 and Etta
Smith (her brother lived at Winshell & Mississippi
Streets in Portland Oregon.) Ref:#3 & #4.
HEMSTEAD, CHARLOTTE
b. 4 Jul 1839, d. 7 Jun 1912 of pleurisy, age 72y 11m
3d. Int. 12 Jun 1912 in NE 64-1 Line 16 {NO
MAKER - NO RECORD}. She was married, a
housewife, Baptist, home address was not listed, died
at A.L. Adee's residence located in the Vancouver
Heights Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
attended by Dr. J.T. Guerin of Vancouver. The
funeral was 12 Jun 1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend C.R.G. Poole. Charged to O.D. Wescott &
Al Adee of Vancouver, Washington. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#4
234
UPDIKE, SYDNEY GRANT
b. 21 Oct 1868, d. 24 Jun 1912 no cause of death was
listed, age 43y 8m 3d. Int. 26 Jun 1912 in NE 64-2
Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY].He was married, a
photographer, Latter Day Saints (Mormon). He lived
at 33rd & "M" Sts Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by the Vancouver
Coroner. The funeral was 26 Jun 1912 at home with
F. M. Sheehey (Missionary). Charged to L. Stover
and Mr. Sheehey. Parents were not listed. Ref: #3 &
#4
FURGUSON, THOMAS BIGLER
b. 1852, d. 17 Feb 1940 of heart failure, age 88y. Int.
Feb 1940 in NE 64-2 Line 16. (SELF).The widower
of Effie Ann Furguson (1864-1912). Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3
FURGUSON, EFFIE ANN
b. 30 May 1864, d. 27 Jun 1912 no cause listed, age
48y 0m 28d. Int. 29 Jun 1912 in NE 64-3&4 Line 16.
She married to Thomas Bigler Furguson, a
housewife, Christian, lived in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington (on Mill Plain Road east of
Garrison Road), died at home attended by Dr. J.G.
Guerin of Vancouver. The funeral was 29 Jun 1912 at
home with Reverend Berringer. Ordered by E. J.
Catlett. Charged to Thomas B. Furguson of Condon,
Oregon, Miss Myrtle Ferguson and E. J. Catlett.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
FURGUSON, CHARLES
b. (?), d. 5 Jan 1906 died of a unknown cause, age
(?). Int. Jan 1906 in NE (?). The Ferguson plots are
NE 64, 70 and 125. (No records). Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
GREENWALD, INFANT
b . 2 9 D e c 1 9 1 2 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 29 Dec 1912 a stillborn baby, age
00y. Int. Dec 1912 in NE 64-5 Line 16. The baby
died at St. Joseph Hospital in Vancouver attended by
Dr. Miles U. Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was
31 Dec 1912, no service and no clergy. Charged to
father William F. Greenwald. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. William F. Greenwald. Ref:#3
NE 65
NE 65 N/2 bought 6/29/1907 by Mrs. Thomas
Putnam see SE 65
NE 65 All bought 5/6/1912 by Mary Alderman
ALDERMAN, LINCOLN SPENCER
b. 11 May 1908, d. 19 Apr 1912 of septic meningitis
following mastitis, age 3y 11m 8d. Int. 6 May 1912
in NE 65-5 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY. Child’s
home address not listed, died at Eureka, Humbolt,
California attended by Dr. Lloyd Bryan of Eureka.
Body was shipped to Vancouver with the funeral 6
May 1912 at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend C. R.
G. Poole. Charged to Mary Alderman % E.E. Barnett
& C.D. Alderman. Father name not known and
mother or grandmother may have been Mrs.
Mary Alderman. Ref:#3 & #4
ALDERMAN, EDWARD D.
b. 6 Dec 1885 Minnesota, d. 29 Mar 1920 of
pneumonia, age 34y 3m 27d. Int. 31 Mar 1920 in NE
65-4 Line 16. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Etta Smith, lived in Portland, Oregon,
work for Bishop Log Camp at Fairfax, Washington
died at Kelso, Cowlitz County, Washington, the
doctor was not listed. The body was shipped 30 Mar
1920 to Vancouver, Washington to KNAPP
FUNERAL HOME for a grave side service, no clergy
was listed. Charged to wife Mrs. E.D. Alderman.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
ALDERMAN, FLORENCE E.
b. 7 May 1912, d. 12 Nov 1915 of gastro enteritis,
age 3y 5m 25d. Int. 4 Nov 1915 in NE 65-5 Line 16.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at Fairfax,
Lewis County, Washington, died at St. Vincent
Hospital in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon,
attended by Dr. Raymond E. Watkins of Portland.
Funeral 4 Nov 1915 at 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL
with Reverend E.L. Benedict. Charged to father
Edward D. Alderman (1885-1920) Parents were
E d w a r d D . A l d e r m a n ( 1 8 8 5 -1 9 2 0 b o r n i n
Minnesota) and Etta Smith. Ref:#3 & #4
TROMBLEY, EVA
b. 26 Apr 1893, d. 30 Jul 1911 of an accidental
drowning, age 18y 3m 4d. Int. 2 Aug 1911 (1) in NE
51 Line 16 and (2) in NE 65 Line 16 with the other
Trombley Family. Eva Tromley was single, a
musician, her home address not listed. She died in
Bachelor’s Slough in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended by the Clark County Coroner.
Funeral 2 Aug 1911 at St. James Cathedral with
Reverend Father Felix Verwilghen. Pall bearers were
Ray Watson, Joseph Nugent, Ray Fletcher, Ray
Brace, John McCarty and William Bates. Charged to
F. Trombley of Raymond, Washington. Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. F/A. Trombley. Ref: #3 & #4.
235
TROMB L E Y , C H I L D R E N & M I S S E V A
TROMBLEY
10 Jul 1912 disinterred the bodies of the Trombley
Children: Elnor M. (1891-1892), Edna M. (18951898), Edmond Trombly (1897-1898) and Miss Eva
J. Trombley b. (1893-1911) buried 2 Aug 1911.
Charged to Mrs. Ann Louise Quarnberg & her
husband Elbirt Sinclair Biersecker. Int. in NE 65 Line
16 (all have markers). Parents were not listed, but
probably the father was Alexander Trombley
(1861-1925 has marker).
TROMBLEY, ALEXANDER/ (?) ENZOR
b. 1861 (?) Canada French, d. 1925, age 64y. Int.
1 9 2 5 i n NE 65 Line 16. NO RECORD of an
Alexander Trombley, but Enzor Trombley was born
in Feb 1861 in French Canada (as were the older
members of the Trombley Family). He was a farmer
and was a boarder with Oliver J. Geoghegan who ran
a Boarding house and was a farmer in the Manor
District (Ref:1900 Census). NOTE: Alexander/Enzor
plus the Trombley Children Edmond, Edna, Elnor
and Eva who were first buried elsewhere and they
were all reburied 2 Jul 1912 in NE 65 Line 16 and
charged to Mrs. E.S. Biesecker. Parents were
Eugene Trombley and Dirima Lormer born in
French Canada. R e f : # 3 , # 6 C l a r k C o u n t y
Washington 1900 Census.
TROMBLEY, EDMOND
b. 1897 (?) Washington, d. 1898, Child. Int. in 1898
an unknown grave and reburied 2 Jul 1912 in NE 65
Line 16. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
TROMBLEY, EDNA M.
b. 1895, d. 1898, age 3y. Int. 1898 in an unnamed
grave and moved 2 Jul 1912 to NE 65 Line 16. (NO
RECORD), probably a sister to Edmond Trombley
(1897-1898) and Elnor M. Trombley (1891-1892).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
TROMBLEY, ELNOR M.
b. 1891, d. 1892, age ca 1y, Child, (NO RECORD).
Int. in 1892 in an unknown grave and on 2 Jul 1912
reburied in NE 65 Line 16. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
TROMBLEY, EVA
b. 26 Apr 1893, d. 30 Jul 1911 accidental drowning ,
age 18y 3m 4d. Int. in 1911 in an unknown grave
and on 2 Jul 1912 reburied in NE 65 Line 16.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
YOUNG, JULIA M.
b. Mar 1859 (? 1879), d. 29 Apr 1925 died of heart
failure, age (?). Int. 29 Apr 1925 in NE 65 -3 Line 16.
(Julia M. Young would have been nearly 75 at the
time (1859-1925.) She was married to Ernest Young
(1877-1961 who is buried at Park Hill Cemetery in
Vancouver who's parents were John Antone Young
and Elizabeth Ludwig). Parents were not listed. but
in 1900 Clark County Census "Dollie Young's"
mother was born in French Canada therefore the
mother could be a "Trombley" or related to them; the
Trombleys are also in NE 65. Ref:#1 p. 175, #3 & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
NE 66
NE 66 All bought 4/27/1908 by Mrs. Malinda James
JAMES, FRANCIS A. *
b . 1844 Indiana, d. 8 Oct 1909 died of
arteriosclerosis, age 65y. Int. 10 Oct 1909 in NE 66
Line 15. (NO RECORD). He was in the Civil War Co. A 135 Indiana Infantry. His wife may be Mrs.
Malinda James - no record of her, NOTE: Francis A.
James may have had a brother "Paul James" b. 1840
in Indiana listed in 1860 in Clark County Washington
Territory also; in the 1870 Census Francis W. James
is listed (born 1825 in Virginia, a Tet. Mrch Gen Mds
listed with Celia (an Indian born in 1845 - listed as a
housekeeper- and her 3 year old daughter, Caroline (a
1/2 breed) also an Indian "house servant", named
Charles Henny all born in Washington Territory.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
TAYLOR, GEORGE G.
b. 12 Oct 1851, d. 28 Sep 1908 died of dropsy of the
heart, age 56y 11m 14d. Int. 29 Sep 1908 in NE 66
Line 15. (MELINDA JAMES). He was probably had
been married to "Hattie" Taylor, Oregon. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
RANDOLPH, HATTIE TAYLOR
b. 6 Apr 1881, d. 12 Mar 1913 of TB of the lungs,
age 31y 11m 6d. Int. 14 Mar 1913 in NE 66-2 Line
15 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married, a
housewife, Christian, lived at 3100 K St, Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington attended by Dr. Charles
E. B. Flagg of Vancouver. The funeral was 14 Mar
1913 2 PM at K NAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Mumford. Charged to Owen Taylor 3100 K St.
Vancouver, Washington. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3.
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FRAVEIR, JAMEA A.
b. (?), d. Oct 1909, age (?), Int. 8 Oct 1909 in NE 66
Line 15.
[NO RECORD] Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 67
NE 67 All bought 5/15/1908 by George H. Hill
HILL, GEORGE H.
b. Oct 1860 San Francisco, San Francisco County,
California, d. 6 Nov 1936 died of heart failure, age
71y 1m. Int. Nov 1936 in NE 67 N/2 Line 14. (SELF)
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was
married twice: (1)12 Nov 1889 in Vancouver,
Washington Annie E. Gunning born Mar 1870 in
Missouri, her parents were born in Ohio; they had a
daughter Georgia Hill who married Clarence Desler;
George Hill married (2) 5 Nov 1905 in Vancouver to
Myrtle Featherstone Dixon; she had daughters Ruth
Dixon who married Clarence Krenik and Gae Dixon
who married a man named "Addleman". George H.
Hill was a furniture dealer in Vancouver and rented
his home in 1900. George and Myrtle Hill were
members of the First Methodist C h u r c h i n
Vancouver. He belonged to the Woodmen of The
World. At the time of Georges's death they lived on
17th St. in Vancouver. He was ill for several months
Parents were Charles E. Hill and Sarah White both
born in Maine. Ref:#2, #3, #5 and #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
HILL, MYRTLE M.
b. Jun 1876 Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas, d. 5
Nov 1941of TB at the Laurel Beach Sanitarium in
Seattle, King County, Washington, age 65y 5m. Int. 7
Nov 1941 in NE 67-1 Line 14 (has marker " In
Loving Memory of Myrtle M. Hill 1876-1941"). She
was first married to (......Dixon and had two
daughters by him, (2) 5 Nov 1905 to George H. Hill
(1860-1936). She was active in the Ladies Aide and
Missionary Society of the First Methodist Church of
Vancouver, and the Women's Temperance Union.
She had a sister Mrs. Cora Wampler who lived in
Portland, and another sister Mrs. William Grady in
Sherwood Oregon. The body sent to Vancouver
Funeral Chapel for burial along beside her husband
George H. Hill. Parents were J. B. Featherstone
and Sarah Cross. Ref:#2, #3, #5.
CARROLL, BONNIE JEAN
b. Apr 1926 Washington, d. 12 Feb 1965 died of
cancer, age 38y 9m. Int. 17 Feb 1965 in NE 67-2
Line 14 (GEORGE H. HILL)[VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL].(has marker "In Loving
Memory Bonnie Jean Carroll 1926-1965"). Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
NE 68
BEAMS, DAVID M.
b. Mar 1839 Pennsylvania, d. 30 Apr 1930 died of
angina pectoris, age 91y 1m. Int. 15 May 1930 in NE
68-4 Line 13. (SELF)[HAMILTON FUNERAL
HOME]. He was married to Clementine Beams
(1839-1920). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
BEAMS, CLEMENTINE
b. Nov 1839, d. 14 Aug 1920 died of old age and was
senile, age 80y 9m. Int. 16 Aug 1920 in NE 68-2
Line 13. (DAVID BEAMS). Married to David Beams
(1839-1930), Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
with Reverend H. L. Templeton. Int. 16 Mar 1909 in
NE 68-1 1/4 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (no marker-no
record). Also buried in plot SE 68 [no records - are a
Dalton Baby - Int. 17 Feb 1912 and Luis L. Dalton
(1883-1937) born in Oregon died of meningitis.
Charged to father Frank Dalton. NOTE: In the 1900
Census there is listed an “Ernest Dalton” married to
Belle Gerlinger (b.1873 Illinois) living with her
parents Louis and Sophia Gerlinger in the West Ward
of Vancouver. At that time the Dalton’s had a baby
Louis G. Dalton (b.Dec 1899 in Washington).
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dalton. Ref: #3 &
#4
NE 69
NE 69 All bought 5/6/1910 by Mrs. Z.A. Babcock
BEAMS, ARTHUR EDWARD
b. Feb 1878 Iowa, d. 13 Jul 1935 died of cancer and
heart failure, age 57y 5m.Int. 16 Jul 1930 in NE 68-5
Line 1 3 . ( D A V I D B E A M S ) [ H A M I L T O N
FUNERAL HOME]. He was married to Adda
Beams (1876-1910). Parents were David Beams
(1839-1930) and Clementine ( ) Beams (18391920). Ref:#3
ALVORD, SERENA
b. 1824, d. 14 Feb 1912 died of old age, age 88y. Int.
in NE 69-1 Line 12. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
BEAMS, ADDA
b. 1876, d. 3 Feb 1910, age 44y. Int. 3 Feb 1910 in
NE 68 Line 13. Married to Arthur E. Beams (18781935).Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
DICKINSON, WILLIAM
b. 1880, d. 23 Apr 1913 died of paralysis, age 83y.
I n t . 2 5 A p r 1 9 1 3 i n NE 69 -5 Line 12. [NO
RECORD] Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
TOENJES, ELLA BEAMS
b. 1866 Pennsylvania, d. 17 Jan 1944 died of heart
failure, age 77y 9m. Int. 19 Jan 1944 in NE 68-1 Line
13 (DAVID BEAMS) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL
CHAPEL]. P a r e n t s w e r e n o t l i s t e d b u t w e r e
p r o b a b l y D a v i d M . B e a m s ( 1 8 3 9 -1930) and
Clementine Beams (1839-1920).. Ref:#3
DIVINE, FLOSSIE A.
b. Apr 1896 Nebraska, d. 3 May 1912 of TB, age 16y
. Int. 4 May 1912 in NE 69-2 Line 12 reburied in
Park Hill Cemetery. Parents were James Divine
(Mar 1868 Illinois - a plumber in 1900) and Matilda
( ) Divine (Feb 1871 born in Iowa.) She had three
brothers: William, Earl and George all born in
Nebraska and her paternal grand parents were Patrick
Divine and Anna Wells. Her aunt, Fossies Anne
Divine, married ca 1878 Francis "Frank" Henry
Durgin. Ref:#1, #3 and #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
DALE, JUANA/JOCENA
b. Sep 1862, d. 6 Nov 1922 died of cancer and
pneumonia, age 60y 2m. Int. 8 Nov 1922 in NE 68-3
Line 13. (DAVID BEAMS). Parents were probably
David and Clemetine Beams. Ref:#3
DALTON, ELMER FRANK NOTE: Check
NUMBER of plot NE 68 or SE 68 (?)
b. 22 Sep 1902, d. 13 Mar 1909 died of pneumonia,
age 6y 5m 21d. Child lived at 407 West 10th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington died at home
attended by Dr. Robert Grant Black of Vancouver.
The funeral was 16 Mar 1909 at KNAPP CHAPEL
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CARLSON, ELIZABETH
b. age 1849, d. 12 Aug 1912 died of carcinoma of the
stomach, age 63y. Int. 14 Aug 1912 in NE 69-4 Line
12. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
GUTRIDGE, DELBERT
b. 10/11 Jun 1920, d. ca 27 Jun 1920 died of measles,
age 11 days. Int. 28 Jun 1928 in NE 69-2 Line 12.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3.
LAWHEAD, FRANCIS M.
b. 1901, d. 5 Jun 1919 of TB, age 18y. Int. 8 Jun
1919 in NE 69-3 Line 12. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 [NO RECORDS] Ref:#3
NE 70
NE 70 All bought 5/3/1911 by Charles Jenkins
JENKINS, HIRAM B. *
b. 13 Oct 1828 New York, d. 1 May 1911 of Chronic
mistral disease of the heart, age 82y 6m 19d. Int. 3
M a y 1 9 1 1 i n N E 7 0 -1 L i n e 1 1 .[KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was single, Hiram Jenkins was a
carpenter who was a master bridge builder for the
government and built during the Civil War the bridge
used by the Federals at the “Battle of Nashville”. In
1900 he owned a farm of 80 acres and his brother,
Charles, had 79 acres next to it. He lived at 607 West
17th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington; died
at home attended by Dr. John D. Scanlon of
Vancouver. Funeral 3 May 1911 at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend Otis E. Gray. In same NE
70 Plot are also buried a brother Charles Jenkins
(1845-1913) and his wife Mary E. Jenkins (18461920). Charged to brother Charles Jenkins of 607
West 17th St. Vancouver, Washington. When he
lived in Clark County he built the bridge at La
Center. Parents were Clarke Jenkins and Irene
Beecher both born in Connecticut and who were
Washington State Pioneers. R ef:#3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
JENKINS, CHARLES *
b. 29 Jul 1845 New York, d. 2 Feb 1913 of nephritis,
age 67y 6m 4d. Int. 4 Feb 1913 in NE 70-2 Line 11
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Married to Mary E. Riley
(1846-1920 born in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
buried next to husband). He was a carpenter, and was
a Private in the Civil War in Company "G" Second
Regiment of Mounted Rifle from New York. He
lived at 607 W. 17th Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. J.T. Gurin
of Vancouver. Funeral was 4 Feb 1913 at 2 PM at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Chaplain Lloyd. Charged to
wife Mrs. Mary E. Jenkins, son Samuel Emmett
Jenkins (30 Oct 1870-20 Mar 1939 who married 30
Oct 1895 Sara Jane Spencer {1874-1957} both are
buried in Park Hill Cemetery) and daughter, Irene
Jenkins Cates. The family arrived in Clark County
about 1880. Parents were Clarke Jenkins and Irene
Beecher (She was related to Henry Ward Beecher).
Ref:#2, #3 & #6 Clark Clark Washington 1900
Census.
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JENKINS, MARY E.
b. 14 Nov 1846 Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, d. 27 Jun
1920 died of a uremia coma, age 72y 7m 13d. Int. 29
Jun 1920 in NE 70 Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
She was married 26 Jan 1870 at Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania to Charles Jenkins (1845-1913). They
had two children: Samuel Emmet Jenkins (18701939) and Irene Jenkins Cates (1875-1935) who was
murdered by her husband, George Calvin Cates, and
he then commit suicide. Parents were named
"Riley" both born in Pennsylvania. Ref:#1, #3
CATES, CHARLES
b. 7 Aug 1907 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 20 Aug 1918 due to a fractured skull
from an accident, age 11y 0m 23d. Int. 3 Sep 1918 in
NE 70-4 Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
single and a grammar student who lived at 602 West
17th St., Vancouver, Washington. He died at the
corner of 10th and Washington Steets in Vancouver
attended by the Vancouver Coroner. The funeral was
1 Sep 1918 2:30 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with
Reverend John B. Niswonder. Pall Bearers were:
Kenneth McPhaden, James Robinson, Raymond
Ridley, Wilbur Sparrow, Emil Hermonson and Earl
Kopp. Parents were George C. Cates (1875-1935)
born in Union County, Oregon (he was carpenter)
and Irene Jenkins (1875-1935) born in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. Mrs. Irene Cates Bass. On 14 Jan
1919, after her son Charlie Cates died (1907-1918).
They had a disastrous marriage and she got a divorce
and remarried. Irene Jenkins Cates signed her new
name to Charles Cate's death certificate. On 9 Aug
1935 George Cates murdered Irene by crushing her
skull and then committed suicide by taking "Black
Leaf 40" (a garden fungicide). They are both buried
at Park Hill Cemetery C 249 (no marker). Their other
children were Walter Cates, Cecil Cates and Edna
Ferguson. Ref:#3 & #5
CATES, ORA TRESSA
b. 1911 Clark County, Washington d. 29 May 1915
died acute croup, age 4y. Int. 31 May 1915 in NE 70
Line 11. Parents were George Calvin Cates (18751935 Union County, Oregon) and Irene Jenkins
(1875-1935 Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Ref:#1, #2, #3,
& # 7 -"Knapp Mortuary Funerals" (1926-1940).
Ref:#3 & #5
FURGESON, INFANT
b. 5 Feb 1921 Clark County, Washington, d. 5 Feb
1921 a stillbirth, age 00y. Int. 7 Feb 1921 in NE 70-5
L i n e 1 1 . [ C H A R L E S J E N K I N S ] Parents
were......Ferguson and Edna Cates. Ref:#3
JOHNSON, EDWARD
b. 10 Oct 1886 (?) Minnesota, d. 12 Oct 1911, age
25y 0 2d, died as the result of an accident. Int. 14 Oct
1911 in NE 70-5 Line 11. Parents were probably
.....Johnson (born in Texas) and Mrs. Catherine
Johnson (Dec 1856 born in New York - a widow in
1900). Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900
Census.
NE 71
NE 71 single #1 bought 8/2/1910 by R.R. Hubbard
NE 71 single #2 bought 8/9/1911 by M.H. Boone
NE 71 single #3 bought 8/22/1911 by Herman J.
Sheppard
NE 71 single #4 bought 8/22/1911 by John J.
Jacobson
NE 71 single #5 bought 9/1/1911 by Matthew
Morrison
NE 71 single #6 bought 9/12/1911 by J.H. Wilson
ELLESON, GUS H.
b. 1883, d. 30 Jul 1911 of an accidental drowning,
age ca 28y. Int. 2 Aug 1911 in NE 71-1 Line 10.
(MATTHEW ELLESON) [KNAPP MORTUARY]
He was single, a railroad bridge carpenter, Lutheran,
his home address was not listed. He died in a shallow
pool near Lake View in the Felida area of Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington attended by the Clark
County Coroner. The funeral was 2 Aug 1911 at
KNAPP CHAPEL with no clergy listed. Charged to
Mr. Elleson who had $50 wages due from SP & S RR
Co; the money went for funeral costs. RY employees
gave a wreath. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
BOONE, INFANT
b. 6 Aug 1911, d. 6 Aug 1911 of asphyxia, age 5
hours. Int. 6 Aug 1911 in NE 71-2 Line 10 (no
marker-no record). The baby was born and died at
1415 East "D" St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended by Dr. A. A. Pompe of
Vancouver. The funeral was 6 Aug 1911 no service
and no clergy. Charged to M.H. Boone at home.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. M. H. Boone of
Vancouver, Washington. Ref:#3 & #4
SHEPPARD, CHARLES E.
b. 9 Aug 1910, d. 22 Aug 1911 of ileo colitis, age 1y
0m 13d. Int. 23 Aug 1911 in NE 71-4 Line 10.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at 28th & Main
Sts. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
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home attended by Dr. Herbert C. Leiser of
Vancouver. The funeral was 23 Aug 1911 at home
with Reverend C.R.G. Poole. Pall Bearers were Mrs.
M.V. Bishop, Mrs. W.J. Andrews, Mrs. C.F.B.
Zimmerman and Mrs. Kolstad. Charged to H.J.
Sheppard at home. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. H.J.
Sheppard. Ref:#3 & #4
JACOBSEN, INFANT
b. 22 Aug 1911, d. 22 Aug 1911 a stillbirth, age 00y.
Int. 22 Aug 1911 in NE 71-4 Line 10 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Parents lived at 28 & Main Sts.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, Child died at
home attended by Dr. Charles E.B. Flagg of
Vancouver. The funeral 22 Aug 1911 with no service
and no clergy listed. Charged to John S. Jacobsen.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. John S. Jacobsen. Ref:#3
& #4
CULVER, JOSEPHINE F.
b. 15 Dec 1837, d. 6 Aug 1909 of paralysis, age 71y
7 m 2 2 d . I n t . i n N E 7 1 N / 2 L i n e 1 0 .[KNAPP
MORTUARY]. She was married, housewife,
Methodist, lived at 27th & Main Streets Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. John D. Scanlon of Vancouver. The funeral was 8
Aug 1909 at home with Reverend E. F. Brooks.
Charged to W. W. Barry at home. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
VANCE, OWONA
b. 20 Dec 1912, d. 4 Feb 1912 of congenital
atelectasis (failure of the lung to expand especially at
birth, age 15 days. Int. 5 Feb 1912 in NE 71-3a at
foot Row 10 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at
112 West 4th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Charles
E.B. Flagg of Vancouver. The funeral was 5 Feb
1912 with no services and no clergy. Charged to
father A. M. Vance. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. A. M.
Vance. Ref:#3 & #4.
MORRISON, INFANT
b. 1 Sep 1911, d. 1 Sep 1911 of a stillbirth, age 00y.
Int. 1 Sep 1911 in NE 71-5 [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Child died in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington
[east of Garrison area at the residence of C.H.
Fosberg] with no physician present. The funeral was
1 Sep 1911 at grave site. Charged to father Matthew
Morrison. P a r e n t s w e r e Mr. & Mrs. Matthew
Morrison. Ref:#3 & #4
WILSON, CORA HENRIETTA
b. 15 Dec 1910, d. 12 Sep 1911 of cholera infanta (an
intestinal disease), age 8m 28d. Int. 13 Sep 1911 in
NE 71-6 Line 10. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child,
lived at 1509 East D St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home the Doctor was not listed.
The funeral was 13 Sep 1911 at home with Reverend
T.P. Howard. Charged to father John H. Wilson.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. John H. Wilson. Ref:#3
& #4
WILSON, INFANT
b. 25 Oct 1912 Vancouver Clark County Washington,
d. 27 Oct 1912 of a premature birth, 2d. Int. 28 Oct
1912 in NE 71-6 Line 10. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
Child lived at 1509 East "D" St. Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home of a premature
birth attended by Dr. C.C. McCown of Vancouver.
The funeral was 28 Oct 1912 2 PM at grave site with
Reverend J.M. Cause. Charged to John H. Wilson.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. John H. Wilson. Ref:#3 &
#4
NE 72
NE 72 single #1 bought 9/27/1909 by C.L. Turner
NE 72 single #2 bought 10/7/1909 by Mrs. Mary M.
Kerr
NE 72 single #3 bought 11/12/1909 by C.J. Ebling
NE 72 single #4 bought 3/20/1911 by Martin
Arneson transferred to D.M. Ellsworth.
NE 72 single #5 bought 11/19/1909 by Mrs. J.C.
Gibbs
TURNER, HUBURT PRESTON
b. 16 Sep 1899, d. 27 Sep 1909 of suffocation due to
epilepsy, age 10y 0m 11d. Int. 29 Sep 1909 in NE 721 Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY] Child lived at
Camas, Clark County, Washington, died at St.
Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington attended b y D r . R . G . B l a c k o f
Vancouver. The funeral was 29 Sep 1909 at grave
site with Reverend McKenzie. Charged to Charles L.
Turner of Camas, Washington (worked at the paper
mill). Parents were Charles Lincoln Turner (1866
born in Skamania County, Washington ( the
grandson of Allen P. Turner Sr. and Annie Burks
who filed for a Donation Claim in 1855) and
Margeret E. Allison (sister of William H. Allison)
she was married to Charles L. Turner 19 Dec 1890 in
Clark County Washington). NOTE: Charles L.
Turner married (2) Ida E. Pendlton 11 Feb 1904}.
Ref:#1, #3 & #6 Clark County, Washington 1880 &
1900 Census.
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KERR, JOHN J.
b. 1841, d. 4 Oct 1906 of cancer of the stomach, age
68y. Int. 7 Oct 1909 in NE 72-2 Line 9. He was
married to Mary M. ( ) Kerr (she is not buried next
to him.). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
EBLING, AMIEL CARTER
b. 2 Jun 1908, d. 11 Nov 1909 cause was not listed,
age 1y 5m 9d. Int. 12 Nov 1909 in NE 72-3 Line 9
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. (marker is listed as “Amiel
Eberling”). Child lived at 815 East C St. Vancouver,
Clark County, Washington died at home attended by
Dr. Charles E.B. Flagg of Vancouver. The funeral
was 12 Nov 1909 at home with Reverend Otis E.
Gray. Charged to George Buford & Henry Buford
and Mrs. Mandy Buford. Parents were not
listed.Ref:#3 & #4
ELLSWORTH, NANCY R.
b. 1825 Canada - English, d. 16 Nov 1909 died of old
age (decay), age 84y 6m 17d. Int. 17 Nov 1909 in NE
72-4 Line 16. Removed to (?). She was a widow by
1900, capitalist, who owned a farm of 72 acres,
mother of David Ellsworth (b. Dec 1851 who owned
the adjoining farm of 71 acres in Fern Prairie Precinct
of Clark County, Washington. She came into the
United States in 1865. Parents were not listed but
they were born in Canada. R ef:#3 & #6 Clark
County, Washington 1900 Census.
GIBBS, JUDSON COOPER
b. 12 May 1852, d. 17 Nov 1909 of TB, age 57y 6m
5d. Int. 19 Nov 1909 in NE 72-5 Line 9.[KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married wife not buried next
to him, Adventist, lived at 28th & Washington Sts.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. I. Sedgwick of Vancouver. The
funeral was 19 Nov 1909 at the 7th Day Adventist
Church with Reverend R.D. Benhan. Charged to R.R.
Gibbs. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 73
NE 73 single #1 bought 2/7/1907 by August Wendt
NE 73 single #1 bought 8/12 1907 by August Wendt
NE 73 single #2 bought 2/14/1907 by Bert Chambers
NE 73 single #3 bought 2/25/1907 by Joe Kobloth
NE 73 single #4 bought 2/27/1907 by E. Merle
Meach
WENDT, ELIZABETH
b. Apr 1845 Germany, d. 5 Feb 1907 died of
diabetes, age 61y 10m. Int. 7 1907 in NE 73-1 Line 8.
She was married to August Wendt (1838-1908)
buried by Knapp Mortuary on 17 May 1908 in Lone
Fir Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. Parents were not
listed but were born in Germany. Ref:#3 & #6
CHAMBERS, CARRIE K.
b. 27 Mar 1878, d. 14 Feb 1907 died of inflammation
of the bowels, age 28y 11m 13d. Int. 15 Feb 1907 in
NE 72-2 Line 8.(SELF) Has marker "Farewell my
husband & children dear, I'm not dead but sleeping
here, and after me no sorrow take, but love each other
for my sake." She was a widow. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
CHAMBERS, JOSEPH J.
b. 27 Nov 1905, d. 14 May 1907 of pneumonia, age
1y 5m 17d. Int. 16 May 1907 in NE 73-2 Line 8. (has
marker "At Rest") Parents were not listed, but
mother was Carrie K. Chambers. Ref:#3
KOBLOTH, ANNIE PETROS
b. 9 Apr 1868, d. 24 Feb 1907, age 38y 10m 15d. Int.
Feb 1907 in NE 73-3 Line 8 [SELF] Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3
MEACH, E. MERLE
b. 1904, d. 25 Feb 1907 cause of death was
accidentally drowned, age 3y. Int. 28 Feb 1907 in NE
73-4 Line 3.[E. Merle Meach Sr.] Parents were Mr.
& Mrs. E. Merle Meach Sr. Ref:#3
STRACHOTA, ANTON F. (Sgt.)*
b. 1870 Austria, d. 12 Mar 1907 died by suicide, age
37y. Int. Mar 1907 in NE 73-5 Line 8. He was a
member of the Head Quarters Staff Sgt. and also the
7th Inf. Band. Parents were not listed but were
born in Austria. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
NE 74
NE 74 single #2 bought 3/25/1907 by Joseph
Charlton
NE 74 single #3 bought 4/1/1907 by Delia Ames
NE 74 single #4 bought 4/10/1907 by Thomas
Wright
HAINE, ARTHUR J.
b. 1840 Belgium, d. 22 Mar 1907 cause of death not
listed, age 79y. Int. Mar 1907 in NE 74-1 Line 7.
[SELF]. He was a wealthy, highly educated and an
atheist. Arthur Haine first arrived in New York and
fell in love with a glamorous stage star who agreed to
marry him. She later broke the engagement abruptly,
and Haine vowed that day to never marry. "All
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women are treacherous and deceitful;" he once
uttered. He came west by 1871 as a government
clerk, lived at Mrs. Mary Turnbull's rooming house in
the 1880 Census and was then listed as a census
enumerator; in 1883 he started the Vancouver Hoop
Factory along the Washougal River where now
stands a paper mill. The company specialized in
wooden hoops that hold barrels together. He was a
big man, hot tempered, well groomed, with bushy
hair with a drooping handle-bar mustache, and was a
"penny pincher". He loved bird hunting and had two
purebred hounds named Pat and Mike. He left
Vancouver for several years around 1900 for he was
not listed in the census of that year. He said in his
will "my funeral is to be the cheapest of kind, and I
don't want my body to be transported but buried near
the place where I may die. As I have lived an infidel,
I want to be buried as such without any monkey
business. I wish to be hauled to my grave by a team
of matched white horses. I wish to be directed at a
smart pace. I wish to have a band follow, running if
they must, and playing lively tunes." The Vancouver
Mortician who handled the burial said he followed
those instruction to a "T", and the community was so
outraged that he subsequently went out of business.
Authur Haine's tombstone reads "Haine Haint."
Parents were not listed but they were both born in
Belgium. Ref:#3, & #6 Clark County Washington
Territory 1871 & 1880 Census.
CARLSON, CHARLES
b. 1851 Sweden, d. 24 Mar 1907 died of cancer of the
stomach, age 56y. Int. Mar 1907 in NE 74-2 Line 7.
[SELF]. He came into the United States in 1883
through Pennsylvania, he was a carpenter, boarded at
John Johnson along with a number of other men.
Parents were not listed but both were born in
Sweden. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County, Washington
1900 Census.
WRIGHT, THOMAS
b. 1857, d. 8 Apr 1909, age 50y, died of heart failure.
Int. 10 Apr 1907 in NE 74-4 Line 7. [SELF] Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
MAULDINE, JENNIE
b. 27 Dec 1873, d. 25 Apr 1907 of spinal meningitis,
age 33y 2m 29d. Int. 28 Apr 1907 (1) NE 74-5 Line
7; (2) removed to Park Hill Cemetery (not listed in
their records). [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married to J.A. Mauldin, a housewife, died at home
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
The funeral was 28 Apr 1907 at home with Reverend
J.E. Snyder. Charged to John H. Sugg. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
AMES, DELIA
b. 1848, d. 30 Mar 1907 died of pneumonia, age 59y.
Int. 1 Apr 1907 in NE 74-3 Line 7. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
NE 75
NE 75 All bought 9/19/1910 by Josiah Miller
MILLER, JOSIAH
b. 5 Jun 1860 Ohio, d. 9 Jun 1933 of arterio sclerosis,
age 73y 0m 4d. Int. 11 Jun 1933 Int.11 Jun 1933 in
NE 75-1 Line 6. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Mary Frances Rice. He was a farmer,
Baptist, lived at Wasco, Wasco County, Oregon, died
at the East Oregon State Hospital for the insane in
Pendlton, Umatilla County, Oregon of general
disability attended by a doctor from the hospital who
lived in Pendleton. The funeral was 11 Jun 1933 1:30
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend Sitton of
Brush Prairie, Washington. Ordered by and charged
to Abe Miller of Rt. 2 Vancouver. Note: an Abraham
Lincoln Miller (1863-1927) is in NW 11-1 Line 11.
Parents were Andrew Miller and Charlotte Oliver
both born in Ohio. Ref: #3 & #4.
MILLER, MARY FRANCES RICE
b. 5 Apr 1869 Indiana, d. 10 Aug 1934 of carcinoma
of the rectum, age 65y 4m 5d. Int. 12 Aug 1934 in
NE 75-2 Line 6 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was a
widow of Josiah Miller (1869-1933), a housewife,
Baptist, lived with daughter, Florence Walch, at
Wasco, Wasco County, Oregon died at home
attended by Dr. S. Richelderfer of Wasco, Oregon.
The funeral was 12 Aug 1934 2PM at KNAPP
CHAPEL with Reverend A.R. Sitton of Vancouver.
Ordered by sister-in-law Mrs. Abe Miller of Brush
Prairie, Washington. Charged to Abe Miller. A
brother was Horace J. Rice who lived in 1900 in
Vancouver. Mary Frances Miller was the mother of
Mrs. Hazel Sturgess of Coquile, Oregon, Mrs.
Florence Walch of Wasco, Oregon, Mrs. Olive Gluth
of Rainier, Oregon and Homer Miller of Mt. Vernon,
Grant County, Oregon. Parents were James Rice
born in Kansas and mother's name not listed. Ref:
#3 & #4
SCHUELE, JOSEPHINE
b. 20 Dec 1853 Washington Territory, d. 26 Aug
1913 of heart failure following degeneration of the
heart, age 59y 8m 6d. Int. 28 Aug 1913 in NE 75-4
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Line 16 Masonic [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
the widow of David F. Schele (1838-1908), a
housewife, an Espicopalian, home address was not
listed. She died at Kellers Institute 508 Taylor St.
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon attended by
William G. Keller of Portland. The funeral was 28
Aug 1913 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL. Charged to
son George C. Schuele (b. Feb 1884), other children
were L. Fred (b. May 1876), Charles H. (b. Oct 1877)
all were born in the State of Washington. Parents
w e r e John McNeil Edding (1831-1896 born in
Ballintry, Antrim County, Ireland (son of Hugh
Eddinga and Mary McNeil)a s a s o l d i e r a t t h e
Vancouver Barracks and was in several Indian
skirmishes i.e the Rogue River battle) and Sarah
Nivin (19 Jun 1831 Niagra County, New York who
came in 1852 to Vancouver with the Captain Kelly
Family, (who was then commanding Company "E"
of 4th Infantry). Ref:#1, #3 #4 & #6 Clark County
Washington Territory 1880 Census.
STANLEY, EARL
b. 1892, d. 1910, age 18y (NO RECORD). Int. 1910
in NE 75 Line 6. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 76
NE 76 All bought 12/21/1906 Logan Sparks
SPARKS, ALLEN T
b. 13 Jul 1894 d. 22 Mar 1913 of cerebral meningitis,
age 18y 8m 9d. Int. 27 Mar 1913 in NE 76-5 Line 10
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was single, a student,
lived in Ashland Oregon, died at home. The funeral
was 27 Mar 1913 no clergy listed. Charged to Logan
Sparks of Ashland Oregon. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Logan Sparks. [no information of the parents
Logan evidently he was a son of Edwin and Pricilla
Sparks.] Ref:#3 & #4
SPARKS, SARAH
b. 1901, d. 4 Mar 1913 no cause of death was listed,
age 12y. Int. 7 Mar 1913 in NE 76-2 Line 5. Charge
to Logan Sparks. Parent were Mr. & Mrs. Logan
Sparks of Ashland, Oregon. [no record of the
parents] Ref:#3
SPARKS, INFANT
b. 20 Dec 1906, d. 20 Dec 1906 a stillbirth, age 00y.
Int. 22 Dec 1909 in NE 76 Line 5. Parents were Mr.
& Mrs. Logan Sparks of Ashland, Oregon [no
record of the parents ]. Ref:#3
MILHAM, JAMES S.
b. 1827 Ohio, d. 16 May 1906 died of heart failure,
age 78y. Int. 18 May 1906 in NE 77-1 Line 4. [JOHN
MILHAM]. He was a widower wife’s name
unknown, Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
MILHAM, JOHN A.
b. 3 Oct 1852 Indiana, d. 1 Apr 1928 of pneumonia,
age 74y 5m 28d. Int. 4 Apr 1928 in NE 77 Line
4.[LIMBER FUNERAL HOME] [SELF]. He was
married to Annie ( ) Milham (1860-1906), farmer,
rents his home in 1900. His children all born in
Kansas were: Irvin (b. Dec 1880), Hattie Milham
Whitegon (b. May 1883), Herbert (1885-1929) and
Frederick(b. Dec 1888). Parents were Mr. James
Milham (1827-1906 born in Ohio) in NE 77-3 and
Mrs. Milham born in Kentucky. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
MILHAM, F. ANNIE
b. 17 Nov 1860 Kansas, d. 22 Apr 1906 of TB in
Clark County, Washington, age 44y 5m 5d. Int. 25
Apr 1906 in NE 77 N/2 Line 4. She was married to
John A. Milham (1852-1928), a housewife. Parents
were not listed but both were born in England.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County, Washington 1900
Census.
MILHAM, HERBERT F.
b. Jul 1885 Kansas, d. 27 Mar 1929, died of
locomotive ataxia, age 43y 10m. Int. Mar 1929 in NE
77-3 Line 4. [LIMBER FUNERAL HOME]. Parents
were John A. Milham (1852 - 1928 Indiana) and
Annie F. Milham (1860-1906 born in Kansas).
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
WHITEGON, MALCOLM A.
b. Jun 1904, d. 29 Aug 1925 died of TB, age 21y 2m.
I n t . 3 1 A u g 1 9 2 5 i n NE 77-2 Line 4. [JOHN
MILLHAM] Parents were not listed, but the
mother was Hattie Milham Whitegon born May
1883 in Kansas. Ref:#3
NE 78
NE 78 All bought 2/20/1906 by Fred Copeland
COPELAND, E. MARGARET
b. 8 Sep 1903, d. 19 Fed 19 1906, 2y 5m 11d, died of
an accidental injury. Int. 21 1906 in NE 78 Line 3.
(has marker "Our darling one hath gone before to
greet us on the blissful shore." Parents were Fred
Copland (b. 1877 California-son of James W.
Copland and Sarah E. Thomas) And Mrs. Copland.
Ref:#3
243
O'BRIEN, NELLIE V.
b. Apr 1880 Kansas, d. 28 Nov 1971 Yakima,
Yakima County, Washington, age 91y 5m. Int. 30
Nov 1971 in NE 78-4 Line 3. [FRED COPELAND]
HUTTON FUNERAL HOME -Yakima, Washington.
She was a widow. Parents were Samuel Reed
(1852-1 9 7 7 ) a n d M a r g a r e t L y d y ( 1 8 5 6 -1917).
Ref:#2 & #3
REED, SAMUEL A.
b. 1852, d. 19 Dec 1929 died of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 77y. Int. Dec 1929 in NE 78-1 Line
3. (FRED COPELAND). He was a widower to
Margaret Reed, Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
REED, MARGARET J.
b. 1856, d. 14 Nov 1917 no cause of death was listed,
age 68y. Int. 15 Nov 1917 in NE 78-2 Line 3. She
was married to Samuel A. Reed (1852 -1929),
Parents were named......Lydy. Ref:#2 & #3
NE 79
NE 79 All bought 12/20/1904 by Mrs. (Elsie Scroot)
August F. Richter
DAVIS, NELLIE PAULINE
b. Apr 1896 Washington, d. 18 Sep 1963 died of
Cancer, age 67y 5m. Int. 20 Sep 1963 in NE 79-3
Line 2. Masonic (SARAH SEYMOUR)[KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
LOCKWOOD, GLADYS M.
b. 21 Jul 1905, d. 28 Mar 1906 died of bronco
pneumonia, 7m 7d. Int. Mar 1906 in NE 79 Line 2.
(has marker "Another little Angel before the heavenly
throne.) (MRS. AUGUST RICHTER -grandmother)
Parents were Ray & Anna Lockwood. Ref:#3
SEYMOUR, SARAH ELIZABETH
b. 25 Apr 1858, 25 Jan 1916 of hemorrhages, age 56y
9m 0d. Int. 26 Jan 1916 in NE 79-2 Line 1. (MARK
O. SEYMOUR) [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was
married to Mark O. Seymour (1857 -1940), a
housewife, Presbyterian, lived at 714 West 8th St.,
Vancouver, Washington, died at home attended by
Dr. J. T. Gurin of Vancouver. Funeral 26 Jan 1916 2
PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend H.S.
Templeton. Parents were named ...."Martin" both
born in England. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 80
NE 80 N/2 bought 9/18/1904 by F. M. Brownell
NE 80 S/2 bought 8/5/1904 by Statira S. Nesbitt
BROWNELL, FRANCES M.
b. Nov 1858, d. 31 Mar 1944, age 86y 8m. Int. 3 Apr
1944 in NE 80-2 N/2 Line 1. (SELF)[HOLMAN
LUTZ -Portland]. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 &
#4.
BROWNELL, MYRON
b. 25 Aug 1904, d. 17 Sep 1904 died of whooping
caught, age 21d. Int. 19 Sep 1904 in NE 80 N/2 Line
1. (FRANCES M. BROWNELL). Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
NESBITT, WILLIAM
b. 1840, d. 3 Aug 1904 cause of death was listed, age
64. Int. 6 Aug 1904 in NE 80-1 S/2 Line 1. (S.S.
NESBITT). He was married to Statira S. Nesbitt.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NESBITT, STRATIRA
b. 1839, d. 7 Feb 1916 no cause of death was listed,
age 77y. Int. 8 Feb 1916 in NE 80-2 Line 1. [SELF).
She was the widow of William Nesbitt. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3
NE 81
NE 81 All bought 8/20/1904 by N. Cawood
CAWOOD, NATHANIEL
b. 3 May 1837, d. 31 Oct 1914 3:20 AM of chronic
TB complicated by liver and kidney trouble, age 77y
5m 28d. Int. 2 Nov 1914 in NE 81-2 Line 1 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married to Mary Jane ( )
Cawood (1857-1922). He was a retired farmer, lived
a t R D # 1 B o x 1 4 , Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Charles E.
B. Flagg. The funeral was 2 Nov 1914 at Irvington
Methodist Church with Reverend J.H. Berringer.
Charged to Mrs. Mary J. Cawood (1879-1930).
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Smith Cawood.
Ref:#3 & #4.
CAWOOD, MARY JANE
b. 5 Jan 1857, d. 10 Jun 1922 died of paralysis, age
64y 6m 5d. Int. 13 Jun 1922 in NE 81 Line 1.
(NATHANIEL CAWOOD). She was the widow of
Nathaniel Cawood, a housewife. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
CAWOOD, JOHN FRANK
b. Jan 1880 Oregon, d. 2 Mar 1953 no cause of death
was listed, age 73y 2m. Int. 4 Mar 1953 in NE 81-2
244
Line 1. (NATHANIEL CAWOOD). Parents were
Nathaniel Cawood (1837-1914) and Mary Jane
Cawood (1857-1922). Ref:#3
CAWOOD, MARY T.
b. 1879 Canada, d. 12 Jul 1930 died of paralysis, age
5 1 y . I n t . 1 5 J u l 1 9 2 9 i n N E 8 1 -5 L i n e 1 .
(NATHANIEL CAWOOD) [MT. SCOTT
MORTUARY- Portland]. She was probably the 1st
wife of John Frank Cawood (1880-1953) Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
CAWOOD, AMELIA
b. (?), d. Mar 1954, age (?) NO RECORD. Int. 18
Mar 1954 in NE 81-4. (NATHANIEL CAWOOD).
She was probably the 2nd wife of John Frank
Cawood Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
CAWOOD, LUETTA
b. 1876 (?) Oregon, d. 20 Aug 1904 died of
consumption, age 28y. Int. 22 Aug 1904 in NE 81
Line 1. (NATHANIEL CAWOOD). Parents were
Nathaniel Cawood (1837-1914) and Mary Jane ( )
Cawood (1857-1922). Ref:#3
NE 82
NE 82 All bought 2/22/1905 by S.W. Thompson
THOMPSON, SAMUEL O.
b. 16 Sep 1879, d. 16 Sep 1917 died of TB, age 38.
I n t . 1 8 S e p 1 9 1 7 i n NE 82 -5 L i n e 2 . (S.W.
THOMPSON). P a r e n t s w e r e Otho Woodford
Thompson and Catherine Comptose. Ref:#3
THOMPSON, JESSIE EBERLY
b. 27 May 1878 Sioux City, Woodbury County,
Iowa, d. 19 Sep 1933 of cancer of the liver when the
doctor gave a irration treatment an resulted in marked
swelling in general, age 85y 3m 23d. Int. 21 Sep
1933 in NE 82 Line 2 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She
was married (1) ( ) Eberly and (2) to Samuel O.
Thompson (has no marker-may not be buried beside
wife), housewife, author, lived at 904 East 26th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at St.
Joseph Hospital in Vancouver attended by Dr.
Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was 21
Sep 1933 2 PM at KNAPP CHAPEL with Reverend
Raymond Rees. Also in plot NE 82 are: Donald
Thompson d. 22 Feb 1905 age 1y, Otho W.
Thompson (1836-1919) father of S.W. Thompson
and Samuel O. Thompson 16 Sep 1879-16 Sep 1917.
Ordered by son, S.W. Eberly, charged to husband
S.W. Thompson. Parents were Joseph A. Eberly (ca
1848-1928) born in Pennsylvania and mother was
not listed. Note: Joseph A Eberly is buried in NE 803 Line 1 (has marker). Ref: #3 & #4
THOMPSON, OTHO WOODFORD
b. 29 Oct 1836, d. 25 May 1919 died of cancer of the
face, age 82y 6m 26d. Int. 27 May 1919 in NE 82-4
Line 2 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (S.W. Thompson).
He was a widower of Catherine Comptose, a farmer,
lived at 215 East 18th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Herbert C.
Leiser of Vancouver. The funeral was 27 May 1919 2
PM at home with Reverend W.L. Zabel. Ordered by
Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Barnhart and Mrs. Steve. Parents
were not listed but his father was born in Virginia
and his mother in Ohio. Ref:#3 & #4
THOMPSON, STEPHEN DONALD NE
b. 29 Dec 1903, d. 22 Feb 1905 died of pneumonia,
age 2y 1m 25d. Int. Feb 1905 NE 82-2 Line 2. [Has
marker "He shall carry lambs in his bosom.] (S.W.
THOMPSON). Parents were not listed, but were
probably Samuel O. Thompson (1879-1917) and
Jesse Eberly/Eberele Thompson (1878 -1933).
Ref:#3
EBERLE, JOSEPH A.
b . 1 848 Pennsylvania, d. 5 Jun 1928 died of
Artiticulosis, age 50y 5m. Int. 7 Jun 1928 in NE 82-3.
He was married to Flora Elizabeth Sohns Jaggy,
Parents were not listed, but his mother was Jessie
Eberly Thompson. Ref: #2, #3 #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
NE 83
NE 83 All bought 2/10/1906 by Oscar McBride
McBRIDE, JAMES H. *
b. 15 Jun 1845 Indiana, d. 2 Nov 1898, age 53y 4m
13d. Int. Nov 1898 in NE 83 Line 3. (OSCAR
McBRIDE - nephew). He was not married, had a land
grant of 80 acres in the Rock Creek District of Clark
County, Washington (Clark County 1880 Census), he
was a laborer on a farm; a Civil War Vet CO. H. 137
3rd Inf. Indiana; he was a brother to Gabriel McBride
(buried in Park Hill Cemetery) and Roxanne McBride
G r e e n w i f e o f S o l o m o n . P a r e n t s w e r e John
McBride born in Ireland (an Irish Immigrant) and
Elizabeth Johnson born in Kentucky. Ref:#1, #3, #6
Clark County Washington 1880 Census.
McBRIDE, OSCAR
245
b. 6 Nov 1869 Carroll County, Missouri, 3 Oct 1949,
age 79y 10m 27d. Int. 5 Oct 1949 in NE 83-4 Line 3
(SELF) [KNAPP MORTUARY] (has a marker "May
their souls rest in Heaven where all is made peaceful
and bright"). (his daughter Lucille's ashes are buried
at the foot of his grave.) He was the widower to Inez
Myrtle Lowe McBride (1877-1906). He came with
his parents to Clark County Washington in 1871,
graduated in 1893 from Vancouver High School and
graduated from the State Normal School at
Ellensburg 1902 as a teacher. He taught school for
several years a n d t h e n w a s t h e V a n c o u v e r
Superintendent of Schools. He was also a principal of
Battle Ground School. He resided in Hawiian Islands
for several years; visited and worked in Japan. In
April 1920 his daughter Lucille and sister and
brother-in-law (Ida and Walter Dismukes) joined him
for a visit. Two years later both his daughter and
sister came down with a tropical disease and Ida died
in Hawaii in 1922. He wrote travel and Adventurer
stories of his life which appeared in 1948 in the
Columbian Newspaper under the title "McBrides
Meanderings". P a r e n t s w e r e Gabriel McBride
(1838-1932) born in Indiana and Edna Virginia
Gowin (1849-1929) born in Illinois both are buried
in Park Hill Cemetery. Ref:#1, #3, #4 & #6 (1880).
McBRIDE, INEZ MYRTLE LOWE
b. 26 Jun 1877, d. 7 Feb 1906 died of consumption,
age 28y 8m 21d. Int. in NE 83 Line 3. She was
married to Oscar McBride (1869-1949). Parents
were Robert Lowe (1847 born in England) and
Isobel ( ) Lowe (1850 Wisconsin). Ref:#1, #3.
McBRIDE, JULIA A.
b. 23 Oct 1871 Clark County, Washington, d. 11 Oct
1907 died of heart failure, age 35y 11m 12d. Int. 13
Oct 1907 in NE 83 Line 3 (OSCAR McBRIDE) He
has a marker "May their souls rest in Heaven where
all is made peaceful and bright." Parents were
Gabriel McBride (1838-1932 Indiana) and Edna
Virginia "Ginny" Gowin (1867-1929 Illinois) both
buried in Park Hill Cemetery. Ref:#1 #3 & #6 Clark
County Washington Territory 1880 & 1900 Census.
McBRIDE, LUCILLE
b. 1903 Washington, d. 21 Sep 1983 of a stroke, age
80y. Int. 28 Oct 1983 in NE 83 4/5 ashes at the foot
of her father Oscar McBrides grave. She was single,
in 1920 she and her aunt and uncle, Ida & Walter
Dismukes, joined her father in Hawaii for a visit.
Both she and her aunt Ida caught a Tropical Fever
and her aunt died. Parents were Oscar McBride (6
Nov 1869-3 Oct 1949 born in Carroll County
Missouri) and Inez Myrtle Lowe (26 Jun 1877-7
Feb 1906 the daughter of Robert and Isabeth Lowe)
Int. in NE 83. Ref:#1, #3
View Cemetery in the Reid Family Plot. and (8)
Eddie Cromwell a musician who lived in Placerville,
California. P a r e n t s w e r e Henry Shellhorn and
Anna Marie Lore. Ref:#3
BRADLEY, JOSEPHINE
b. 16 Mar 1868 Carroll County, Missouri, d. 18 Sep
1891 of Bright's Disease, age 23y 6m 2d. She was the
oldest daughter of the Oscar and Inez McBride,
married to Ira Bradley. Int. Sep 1891 in NE 83 Line
3. Removed probably to Park Hill Cemetery
( O S C A R M c B R I D E ) . P a r e n t s w e r e Gabriel
McBride (1838-1932) Spencer, Owen County
Indiana and Edna "Ginny" Gowin (1837-1929
Davis County, North Carolina. Ref:#1 #3 & #6
Clark County Washington Territory 1880 & 1900
Census.
REID, MARY L.
b. 4 Oct 1878 Tillamook, Tillamook County, Oregon,
d. 7 Nov 1961 of a stroke, Int. in NE 84-1 Line 4
[IRA CROMWELL]. She was married to Reverend
Milton Merritt Reid (1877-1939) Int. 7-0 Mountain
View Cemetery Clark County, Washington (son of
Adam C. (1847-1926) and Jennie Reid (1848-1881).
Mary L. Reid died in Portland, Multnomah County,
Oregon. Her children were (1) Clinton Reid (19031970) married Lola Louise Neal and Iva Leota Reid
(b. ?, d.1922 in San Francisco, California who
married Leslie D. Bush (Ref: Diane Root Boring,
Oregon. Parents were Jacob R. Cromwell and Mary
Elizabeth Shellhorn. Ref:#3
NE 84
NE 84 All bought 3/14/1906 by Ira R. Cromwell
CROMWELL, JACOB R.
b. 4 Jun 1834 Georgia, d. 1 Nov 1906 of heart failure
at Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, age 72y
4m 27d. Int. 3 Nov 1906 in NE 84 -1 Line 4 [IRA
CROMWELL]. He was married 9 Sep 1858 in
Pawnee County, Nebraska to Mary Elizabeth
Shellhorn, an attorney, died of heart failure. Parents
were Fergison Cromwell and Sarah Ragon. Ref:#3
CROMWELL, MARY ELIZABETH
b. 7 Mar 1839 Knox County, Ohio, d. 7 Mar 1906
died of cancer of the liver at Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon, age 67y 1m 9d. Int. 17 Apr 1906 in
N E 8 4 -2 Line 4. [IRA CROMWELL]. She was
married to Jacob R. Cromwell (1834-1906). Her
children were:(1) Lulu (a school teacher),(2) Nora,
(3) W. Bartlett Cromwell (4 Dec 1865 Nebraska-25
Oct 1948 Portland, Oregon Int. Mountain Side
Scholls sheep ranch, Scholls, Oregon who married
Flora Ellen Taylor, (4) Ira Cromwell * (6 Aug 1869-9
May 1962), Spanish American War, unmarried,
accident in a mine in Idaho died at San Bruno,
California buried at Golden Gate National Cemetery
San Francisco, California, (5) Howard Cromwell ( )
married Maud Hampton, a preacher lived at Tifton,
Georgia son was L.Z. Cromwell of Amboy,
Washington, (6) Calder Innes (1873-23 Mar 1908)
Int. 2-0 in Mountain View Cemetery, Clark County,
Washington also listed in 7-0 i s G e o r g i a M .
Cromwell (22 Aug 1910-4 Dec 1955, (7) Mary L.
Cromwell Reid (4 Oct 1878-7 Nov 1961) married
Milton M. Reid (1877-1939) Int. in 7-0 Mountain
246
NE 85
NE 85 N/2 bought 11/19/1909 by R.E. Detrickb.
1880 Iowa grocery salesman)
NE 85 S/2 bought 11/30/1906 by D. M. Raymond
SWANK, HIRAM NEWTON
b. 13 Aug 1875 Missouri, d. 9 Jan 1944 of heart
failure, age 68y 5m 27d.Int. 11 Jan 1944 in NE 85-5
L i n e 5 . [SWANK MORTUARY- C a m a s ,
Washington].(R.E. DETRICK) He was a furniture
dealer, and a half brother to Jacob David Swank and
in 1900 lived with the family, married 5 Mar 1902
Laura Estella Detrick (1877-1960). Parents were
Absolom Swank (1840-1915 Ohio) and Mary
Margaret Firestone, Paynter-Thompson (1839-1909
Indiana) (twice widowed - daughter of Michael F.
and Rebecca Firestone). Ref:#1, #2, #3, #5 & #6
Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
SWANK, LAURA ESTELLE
b. May 1877 Iowa, 24 Apr 1960 of heart failure, age
82y 11m. Int. 28 Apr 1960 in NE 85-4 Line 5.
(SELF) [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. She
was married 5 Mar 1902 in Clark County,
Washington to Hiram N. Sw ank (1875-1944).
Parents were J. W. Detrick and Mary Elda Bone
(1852-1909 buried in NE 35-3 Line 5; daughter of
Joseph & Rachel Bone). Ref:#1, #2, #3 #4
RAYMOND, MYRTLE MAY
b. 20 Dec 1898, d. 5 Apr 1913 of pneumonia, age 14y
3m 16d. Int. 7 Apr 1913 in NE 85-3 S/2 Line 5
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was single, a student,
lived at RD #6 Minniehaha (Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Robert Grant Black of Vancouver. Funeral 7 Apr
1913 at grave site with Reverend J.H. Berringer.
Charged to father D.N. Raymond RD #6 Minniehaha,
Washington. P a r e n t s w e r e M r . & M r s . D . N .
Raymond. Note: he or she was related to the Joseph
Bone and Mary Elda Detrick families. Ref:#3 & #4
RAYMOND, CARRIE
b. 1902, d. 28 Jun 1910 died of chorea (St. Vitice
Dance), age 8y. Int. 29 Jun 1910 in NE 85 S/2 Line 5.
Parents were not listed, but were probably Mr. &
Mrs. D.N. Raymond. Ref:#3.
RAYMOND, ROY
b. 1905, d. 29 Nov 1906 died of pneumonia, age 1y.
Int. 2 Dec 1906 in NE 85-3 S/2 Line 5. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. D.N. Raymond. Ref:#3
RAYMOND, INFANT
b. (?), d. Jan 1909, age (?). Int. 17 Jan 1909 in NE 85
S/2 Line 5. Parents were not listed, but were
probably Mr. & Mrs. D.N. Raymond. Ref:#3
NE 86
NE 86 N/2 bought 11/9/1907 by A .F. Zeek
NE 86 S/2 bought 11/18/1907 by A.L. Harting
ZEEK, SANFORD A.
b. 24 Feb 1857 Cass County, Michigan, d. 7 Nov
1907 died of an accidentally injury, age 50y 7m 11d.
Sanford Zeek was Int. 9 Nov 1907 in NE 86 N/2 Line
6 (A.F. ZEEK). He was married 4 Aug 1877 in Clark
County, Washington to Ida Mae Dillman (25 Nov
1861 Indiana-16 Apr 1934 Seaview Washington Int.
in Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, Portland,
Oregon). She was married ( 2) Fred Rockwell
Alexander. Children were Clara J. Zeek:(1880- in
Washington Territory married a man named
"Hayman" and (2) Ella Mae Zeek (1887-1939) she
married (1) Joseph Harry Metheney who died 10
Aug 1918 and (2) Edgar A. Fraser died 16 Mar 1953.
Ref: Diane Root, Boring, Oregon. Parents were
William Frederick Zeek GAR CO. F 12th Michigan
Inf. ( 21 Nov 1833 Cass County, Michigan - 2 Sep
1926 (son of John Zeek and Phoebie Ann Bonine)
and Emily Jane Tillotson (16 Oct 1836 Southfield,
Michigan - 16 Oct 1909) (daughter of John Tillotson
and Jane Knapp). Both are buried at Greenwood
Cemetery in Chehalis, Washington.
HARTING, CLARA
247
b. 1888, d. 17 Nov 1907 died a suicide, age 19y. Int.
19 Nov 1907 in NE 86 S/2 Line 6. (A.L. Harting).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 87
NE 87 single #1 bought 8/13/1907 by Mrs. C.
Swensen
NE 87 single #2 bought 8/17/1907 by Berger Johnson
NE 87 single #3 bought 9/2/1907 by R.C. Parker
NE 87 single #4 bought 9/21 1907 by Steve
Winterberger
NE 87 single #5 bought 9/28/1907 by W.M. Hagen
SWENSON, CARRIE M.
b. Mar 1897, d. 13 Aug 1907 died of tuberculoses,
age 10y 5m. Int. 13 Aug 1907 in NE 87-1 Line 7
(CARRIED M. SWENSON). Parents were not
listed but the mother was C. Swenson. Ref:#3
JOHNSON, BERGER (Female)
b. 1883, d. 11 Aug 1907 died in an accident, age 24y.
Int. 17 Aug 1907 in NE 87-2 Line 7. (BERGER
JOHNSON). Parents were not listed. Ref #3
ACKERMAN, BEN
b. Oct 1850 Germany, d. 1 Sep 1907 died of cancer,
age 56y 11m. Int. 4 Sep 1907 in NE 87-4 Line 7. He
was married, naturalized in 1872 probably in
Pennsylvania, farmer owned 190 acres. He may have
had a brother Daniel Ackerman. Parents were not
listed but were both born in Germany. Ref:#3 &
#6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
PARKER, ETHYLAN CATHERINE
b. 10 Sep 1906, d. 1 Sep 1907 of pneumonia, age
11m 21d. Int. 2 Sep 1907 in NE 87-3 Line 7 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Child lived in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Paul L. West of Vancouver. Funeral 2 Sep 1907 no
clergy was listed. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. R.C.
Parker. Ref. #3 & #4.
HAGEN, FRED
b. 14 Sep 1854, d. 6 Sep 1907 of a fistula of the ano,
age 52y 11m 22d. Int. 29 Sep 1907 in NE 87-5 Line 7
[KNAPP MORTUARY] (W.M. Hagen). He was
divorced, a laborer, Catholic faith, died at St. Joseph
Hospital attended by Dr. Edward L. Hixon of
Vancouver. Funeral 29 Sep 1907 with Reverend
William C. Sheppard. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #4
NE 88
NE 88 single #1 bought 4/26/1907 by Martin
Arneson
NE 88 single #2 bought 6/21/1907 Wallace Ferndon
NE 88 single #3 bought 7/17/1907 by William
Butters
NE 88 single #4 bought 8/1/1907 by Andrew Seifert
NE 88 single #5 bought 8/12/1907 by J. MIlton
Prichard (b. Nov 1871 California a school teacher
and wife Mabel b. Aug 1878 Pennsylvania
ARNESON, CHRISTIAN
b. 1858, d. 24 Sep 1907 died of paralysis, age 49y.
Int. Sep 1907 in N E 8 8 -1 Line 10. (MARTIN
ARNESON). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
ARNESON, W. CHRISTINA (Mrs.)
b. 1858, d. 11 May 1911 died of acute brights
disease, age 53y. Int. 12 May 1911 in NE 88 -2 Line
10. (MARTIN ARNESON). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
FERDON, WALLACE
b. 1881, d. 18 Jun 1907 died of an accidental injury,
age 26y. Int. 21 Jun 1907 in NE 88-2 Line 8.(SELF).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
BUTTERS, WILLIAM
b. 1862, d. 15 Jul 1907 died of TB, age 45y. Int. 17
Jul 1907 in NE 88-3 Line 8. (SELF) Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3
SEIFERT, MALEN
b. 1 Aug 1906, d. 8 Jan 1907 died of spinal
meningitis, age 1y 6m. Int. 8 Jan 1907 in NE 88-4
Line 8. (ANDREW SEIFERT). Parents were not
listed, but were probably Mr. & Mrs. Andrew
Seifert. Ref:#3
PRICHARD, MILDRED
b. 1900 Washington, d. 11 Aug 1907 died of
diphtheria, age 7y. Int. 12 Aug 1907 in NE 88-5 Line
8. Parents were not listed, but may have been
Charles Daniel Prichard and Mable York. Ref:#3
NE 89
NE 89 single #1 bought 12/26/1909 by George
McDonald
NE 89 single #2 bought 2/7/1910 by Burkhart
NE 89 single #3 bought 2/7/1910 by Frank Rosco
NE 89 single #4 bought 2/23/1909 by Ed
Archambeau
NE 89 single #5 bought 2/25/1910 by Charles L.
Seaholm
248
NE 89 single #6 bought 1/20/1912 Jonas Christensen
BURKHART, ARTHUR RAYMOND
b. 20 Jan 1910, d. 6 Feb 1910 died of TB, age 17d.
I n t . 6 F e b 1 9 1 0 i n NE 89-2 Line 9. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Child lived in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
A. A. Pompe of Vancouver. Funeral 6 Feb 1910 at
home with Reverend H. S. Templeton. Charges were
not listed. Parents were not listed, but probably
were John Burkhart and Frances Chase married 7
Feb 1903 (daughter of Jack Irwin Chase and
Elizabeth C. Wilson. Ref:#1 & #3.
KENNEDY, ANN BESSIE
b. 9 Nov 1910, d. 9 Nov 1910 died of a stillbirth, age
00y. Int. 10 Nov 1910 in NE 89-2 Line 9 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Child lived at 508 East 16th St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
of a stillbirth attended by Dr. A. A. Pompe of
Vancouver. Funeral 10 Nov 1910 no clergy listed.
Charged to Ralph Kennedy. Parents were Mr. &
Mrs. Ralph Kennedy. Ref:#3
ROSCO, ELIZABETH K.
b. 26 Jan 1910, d. 6 Feb 1910 of suffocation, age 11d.
I n t . 7 F e b 1 9 1 0 i n NE 89-3 Line 9. [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Child, lived in Fruit Valley area of
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at the
office of Dr. I. Sedgwick. Funeral 7 Feb 1910 at
KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL with Reverend C.R.G.
Poole. Charge to Frank Rosco of Moore and Harden
Brickyard, Fruit Valley Washington. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Rosco. Ref:#3 & #4
ARCHAUBEAU, EDWARD LaVEREGE Jr.
b. 23 Nov 1909, d. 19 Feb 1910 died of whooping
cough, age 57days. Int. 20 Feb 1910 in NE 89-4 Line
9. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived at Blaker
Flats, Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at
home no doctor was listed. Funeral 20 Feb 1910 at
home with Reverend H.S. Templeton. Charges not
listed. P a r e n t s w e r e M r . & M r s . E d w a r d
Archaubeau Sr. Ref:#3 & #4
SEAHOLM, ALBERTINA
b. 1853, d. 24 Feb 1910 died of chronic bronchitis,
age 58y. Int. 25 Feb 1910 in NE 89-5 Line 9.
(CHARLES L. SEAHOLM). Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
CHRISTENSEN, DOROTHY MARGARET
b. 27 Aug 1911, d. 20 Jan 1912 of cerebral spinal
meningitis, age 4m 27d. Int. 22 Jan 1912 in NE 89-6
Row 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child, lived at
Proebstel, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. William E. Cass of Vancouver.
Funeral 22 Jan 1912 at home with no clergy listed.
Charged to Jonas Christensen & Wife of Proebstel
Washington. P a r e n t s w e r e M r . & M r s . J o n a s
Christensen. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 90
NE 90 single #1 bought 9/7/1911 by Wm. J. Knapp
NE 90 single #2 bought 9/29/1911 by W.R. Marshall
NE 90 single #5 bought 10/11/1911 by ?
NE 90 single #14 bought 10/11/1911 by W.C. Boyer
GRIGGS, STEPHEN *
b. 2 Mar 1835 New York, d. 5 Sep 1911 probably of
apoplexy of the heart, age 74y 6m 3d. Int. 7 Sep 1911
in NE 90-1 Line 10 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
single, retired soldier Civil War Vet, lived Heisson,
Clark County, Washington border at Harry Annis (a
farmer with 58 acres), died at home attended by the
Clark County Coroner. Funeral 7 Sep 1911 at
KNAPP CHAPEL with Chaplain Mr. Lloyd. Charged
to U. S. Soldiers Home and U. S. Pension Dept.
Parents were not listed but were both born in New
York. Ref:#3 & #4
MARSHALL, MILDRED
b. Aug 1911, d. 28 Sep 1911 died of bowel trouble,
age 1m. Int. 29 Sep 1911 in NE 90-2 Line 10. (W.R.
MARSHALL). Parents may be Mr. & Mrs. W.R.
Marshall. Ref:#3
BATES, WILLIAM A.
b. 1849, d. 28 Sep 1911 died of brights disease, age
62y. Int. 29 Sep 1911 NE 90-3 Line 10. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
BURG, GLADYS LEONA JULIA
b. 10 Jun 1909, d. 10 Dec 1911 of scarlet fever, age
2y 6m 0d. Int. 11 Dec 1911 in NE 90-6 Row 10
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived west of the
Minnihaha area in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington died at home attended by Dr. Henry Clay
Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral 11 Dec 1911 at Grave
site with Reverend Thomas B. Howard. Ordered by
Mr. Nordence and A.F. Zimmerman. Charged to
William E. Burg. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. William
E. Burg. Ref:#3 & #4
BOYER, HAROLD
249
b. (?), d. 11 Oct 1911, age (?), died of stomach
trouble. Int. Oct 1911 in NE 90-4 Line 10. Parents
were William C. Boyer (son of G.S. Boyer and Lyda
Page) and married 18 Oct 1903 in Clark County,
Washington to Addie M. Prutzman (born Apr 1883)
daughter of Jacob D. Prutzman and Matilda Shearer).
Ref:#2, #3
NE 91
NE 91 All bought 3/25/1911 by J.D. McCarty
NE 91 1/4 except South grave bought 5/5/1948 by
Grace M. West
NE 91 singles (2) bought 8/11/1948 by Courtney E.
Kroger purchased from McCarty West
McCARTY, IRENE
b. 1908, d. 25 Mar 1911 died of paralysis, age 3y. Int.
28 Mar 1911 in NE 91-1 Line 11. Parents were not
listed, but maybe J. D. McCarty. Ref:#3
BEDINGER, KATIE
b. Sep 1865 Illinois, d. 17 Nov 1956 died of heart
failure, age 91y 2m. Int. 23 Nov 1956 in NE 91-1
Line 11 [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (J.C.
McCARTY). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
KROGER, HAZEL
b. Jan 1886 Illinois, d. 5 Nov 1950 cause of death not
listed, age 64y 10m. Int. 9 Nov 1950 in NE 91-2 Line
11. [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (SELF).
Parents were not listed, but Katie Bedinger may
have been her mother. Ref:#3
WEST, JOE BEALE
b. 1885 Nebraska, d. 10 Nov 1983 died of Carcinoma
of the mouth, age 98y. Int. 14 Nov 1983 in NE 91-3.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (SELF).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
WEST, GRACE A.
b. 1897 West Virginia, d. 29 Jul 1975 died of heart
failure, age 77y 5m. Int. 24 Jan 1975 in NE 91-4 Line
11 [VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (has
marker "WIFE"). She was married to Joe Beale West.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 92
NE 92 N/2 bought 4/18/1910 by M.E. Newell
NE 92 S/2 bought 10/14/1910 by Martha Huff
NEWELL, L.T.
b. 1834, d. 7 Apr 1910 died of paralysis, age 76y. Int.
2 4 A p r 1 9 1 0 i n N E 9 2 N / 2 L i n e 1 2 . (M.E.
NEWELL). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
at grave site with Reverend J.H. Berringer. Charged
to Bessie C Looney in NE 93 line 11. Parents were
Mr. & Mrs. A.H. Horne. Ref:#3 & #4
NEWELL, LYDIA
b. 1838, d. 27 Dec 1921 died of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 83y. Int. 29 Dec 121 in NE 92-2
Line 12. (M.E. NEWELL}. She was married to L.T.
Newell, Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
SMITH, MARION A.
b. 1833, d. 13 Jan 1910 died of pneumonia, age 77y.
Int. 15 Jan 1910 in NE 93 Line 13. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
The entry may be also the following:
HUFF, JAMES M.
b. 23 Mar 1844, d. 11 Oct 1910 died of paralysis, age
66y. Int. 14 Oct 1910 in NE 92 S/2 Line 12.
(MARTHA HUFF). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
SMITH, MARY HEALD
b. 4 Jan 1833, d. 13 Jan 1910, age 77y 0m 9d, no
cause of death was listed. Int. in NE 93 Line 13.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
HUFF, MARTHA
b. 30 Jun 1847 Indiana, d. 1 Jun 1927 No cause of
death was listed, age 79y 11m 2d. Int. 1 Jun 1927 in
NE 92-1 Line 12 [HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME]
(SELF) {has marker "In my fathers house are many
mansion - Gone but not forgotten". Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
NE 94
NE 94 All bought 10/3/1908 by Mrs. James F.
Manning
NE 93
NE 93 All bought 1/15/1910 by Bessie H. Looney
LOONEY, BENJAMIN CLARKE
b. 27 Mar 1850 Missouri, d. 29 Nov 1928 of cancer
of the liver, age 78y 8m 2d. Int. 1 Dec 1928 in NE
93-5 Line 13. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Bessie Looney (1866-1929), a farmer who
lived at 1305 East 29th St., Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington, died at home attended by Dr.
Herbert C. Leiser of Vancouver. Funeral 1 Dec 1928
at 1:30 PM at the KNAPP CHAPEL, no clergy was
listed. Ordered by and charged to wife, Bessie
Looney. Parents were Clinton Looney and Eliza
Mitchel both born in Missouri. Ref:#3 & #4
LOONEY, BESSIE
b. Oct 1866 Indiana, d. 26 Dec 1929 died of cancer,
age 62y 2m. Int. 29 Dec 1929 in NE 93 Line 13.
(SELF). She was the widow of Benjamin Clarke
Looney (1850-1928). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
HORNE, FLORENCE IRENE
b. 26 Oct 1912, d. 15 Jun 1913 of bronchitis, age 7m
20d. Int. 16 Jun 1913 in NE 93-2 Line 13 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (has marker- Horne Infant). Child
lived at 3400 "O" St., Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Edward F.
Hixon of Vancouver. Funeral 16 Jun 1913 4:30 PM
250
MANNING, JAMES F.
b. 1866, d. 29 Sep 1908 died of an accidental injury
(Emma J. Green was also in the same accident), age
42y. Int. 4 Oct 1908 in NE 94 Line 14. (MRS. J.F.
MANNING). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
GREEN, EMMA J.
b. 1858 (?) Illinois, d. 30 Sep 1908 died of accidental
injuries. (Perhaps in the same accident as James F.
Manning), age 50y. Int. 4 Oct 1908 in NE 94 Line 14.
(MRS. J.F. MANNING). She was married to Edwin
M. Green (1863-1911 buried in NW 108-5 Line 3).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
GODFREY, GEORGE E.
b. Jul 1871 Michigan, d. 23 Sep 1924 Portland,
Multnomah, Oregon died by suicide, age 53y 10m.
Int. 26 Sep 1924 in NE 94-1 Line 14. [LIMBERS
FUNERAL HOME] (MRS. J.F. MANNING). He had
had been in the Transfer business off and on for 23
years, a member of the Modern Woodman. When he
hurled himself under the wheels of an Oregon
Washington Railroad & Navigational (O.W.R. & N).
freight train (Oregon Washington Railroad and
Navigational Co.). The tracks were north of the
Broadway bridge in Portland. He is survived by a son
Chester Godfrey of Portland. (Ref:#3 & #8 V a n c o u v e r D a i l y C o l u m b i a n (Newspaper),
Wednesday Sep 24, 1924.
GODFREY, CHRISTINE
b. 1899 Finland, d. 3 Feb 1929 died of TB, age 30y.
Int. 7 Feb 1929 in NE 94-1 Line 14. [PEARSON
MORTUARY] (GEORGE GODFREY). Parents
were not listed. Note: Christine Godfrey may be a
child of George Godfrey or the wife of Chester
Godfrey. Also she may be the daughter of Mrs. J.F.
Manning. There is no record of the Godfreys. Ref:
#3.
GODFREY, RAY/ROY A.
b. 22 Nov 1921, d. 23 Dec 1921 no cause of death
was listed, age 1m 1d. Int. 26 Dec 1921 in NE 94-3
Line 14. [LIMBERS FUNERAL HOME]. He died at
the family home 1014 W. 16th St., Parents were Mr.
& Mrs. Chester E. Godfrey. Note: They also had a
daughter Gladys. Ref: #3 & #8 - Vancouver Daily
Columbian Dec 24 1921.
NE 95
NE 95 N/2 bought 10/12/1908 by A.G/E. Cheney
NE 95 S/2 bought 2/26/1907 by Bernard Lander
NE 95 S/2 bought 6/22/1908 Catherine K. Voorhees
CHENEY, ALBERT E.
b. 3 Mar 1864, d. 28 Jan 1914 of TB, age 50y. Int. 30
Jan 1914 in NE 95 N/2 Line 15. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
CHENEY, CLEMENCE/CLARENCE
b. 24 Feb 1904, d. 11 Oct 1908 died of croup, age 4y
3m 16d. Int. 13 Oct 1908 in NE 95 N/2 Line 15.
(A.E. Cheney). Parents were not listed but were
probably Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. Cheney. Ref:#3
CHENEY, GLADYS ANN
b. 3 Sep 1897 Minnesota, d. 21 Feb 1975 of heart
failure, age 77y 5m 18d. Int. 26 Feb 1975 in NE 97-7
Line 15. (SELF) [HAMILTON MYLAN FUNERAL
HOME].] She was single, a daughter & a sister.
Parents were not listed, but her parents were Mr.
& Mrs. Albert E. Cheney. Ref:#3
VOORHEES, PHILIP
b. 31 May 1841, d. 21 Jun 1908 of complications due
to failure of heart & lungs and liver, age 67y 0m 21d.
Int. 23 Jun 1908 in NE 95 S/2 Line 15. [KNAPP
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. He was married to Catherine
K. ( ) Voorhees (1842-1914 has marker next to
husband). He was a farmer, a Methodist, lived in the
Burnt Bridge area of Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall of Vancouver. The funeral was 23 Jun 1908,
clergy was not listed. Charged to wife Catherine K.
Voorhees of Burnt Bridge Creek Vancouver,
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
251
VOOHEES, KATHERINE/CATHERINE
b. 2 Jan 1842, d. 23 Jul 1914 of heart failure, age 72y
6m 21d. Int. 25 Jul 1914 in NE 95-2 Line 15.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was the widow of
Philip Voorhees, a housewife, a Methodist, home
address was not listed. She died at Bend, Deschutes
County, Oregon attended by Dr. U.C. Coe of Bend.
The funeral was 25 Jul 1914 2:30 PM at KNAPP
FUNERAL CHAPEL with Reverend J. M. Cause.
Charged to son, C. S. Voohees, of Vancouver
Washington. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 96
NE 96 All bought 6/29/1912 by Wm. J. Knapp
NE 96 single #1 bought 6/29/1912 by Mrs. Lon
Williams
NE 96 single #3 bought 8/3/1912 by Mrs. Mary A.
Green
NE 96 single #4 bought 8/3/1912 by Mrs. Mary A.
Green
NE 96 single #5 bought 8/22/1913 G.M. Danison
transferred to Annie B. Johnson order of Council
6/16/1919
UNKNOWN (proved to be HENRY/HARRY
WILLIAMS
b. 1882, d. 21 May 1912 of an accidental drowning,
a g e 2 9 y . I n t . i n Potter's Field [ K N A P P
MORTUARY] (no marker-no record) and was
disinterred on the 29 Jun 1912 and moved to Lot NE
96-1 Line 16 in Vancouver City Cemetery. He was
married to Lou Williams, a laborer, who lived and
died at Wyeth, Oregon, in the Columbia River, the
body floated down the river to Vancouver,
Washington, attended by the Vancouver Coroner.
Funeral 29 Jun 1912 with Reverend J. H. Berringer at
KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL. Charged to Mrs. Lou
Williams of Wyeth, Oregon. Details: This man was
found floating in the Columbia River near the
Government Dock in Vancouver. Age about 35,
weight about 175-190 lbs, height about 6' 3"; wore
cotton union suit and cheap blue and white cotton
sox; hair brown or auburn; full mouth of teeth - no
gold. Body was badly bloated and purging. No tattoo
marks or scars found. Had been in the water possibly
2 weeks. Int. in Pottersfield. Body claimed by Mrs.
Lou Williams as her husband. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
WHITTLESEY, CHARLES STEVANS
b. 28 Sep 1872, d. 6 Jul 1912 a suicide, age 39y 9m
8d. Int. 9 May 1912 in NE 96-2 Line 16 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was single, a nursery salesman.
He lived at the Ferry Hotel on Washington St.
Vancouver Clark County, Washington, died at home
when he shot himself thru the heart with a 32 caliber
US gun, attended by the Vancouver Coroner.
Funeral 9 May 1912 at KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL with Reverend J.M. Cause. Charged to
T.E. Whittlesey 364 N. 22nd St. Portland Oregon and
C.J. Devine RD #2 Ridgefield, Washington. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
GREEN, GEORGE WASHINGTON
b. 4 Nov 1853, d. 30 Jul 1912 of apoplexy, age 58y
8m 26d. Int. 31 Jul 1912 in NE 96-3 line 16 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was married to Mary Green (does
not have a marker), a retired farmer, lived in the
Sifton area of Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Coroner Dr. C. C. McCown
of Vancouver who did a Postmortem. Funeral 31 Jul
1912 at KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL with
Reverend Floyd A. Ross. Charged to wife Mary
Green. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
GREEN, MARY A.
b. 1861 Denmark, d. 3 May 1930 died of the result of
an operation, age 69y. Int. May 1930 in NE 96-4 Line
16. [MILLER-TRACY - Portland, Oregon]. (NOTE:
Mary A. Green was under the name "GRIER"),
widow of George W. Green (1853-1912). Ref: #3 &
#6.
DAVISON, GEORGE MARK Jr.
b. Jul 1912, d. 21 Aug 1912 of heart failure, age ca
1 m . I n t . 2 2 A u g 1 9 1 2 i n N E 9 6 -5 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (no marker-n o r e c o r d ) NOTE:
Cemetery does not have his name listed. Child lived
at 204 E. 18th St. Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall. The funeral was 22 Aug 1912 at home with
Reverend Chaplain Osswaasde KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL. Charged to George M. Davison at home.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. George M. Davison.
Ref:#4
DARSON, INFANT
b. (?), d. (?), Int. 16 Sep 1912 in NE 96-5 Line 19.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 97
NE 97 All bought 6/20/1912 by Mrs. Frances
Biesecker
THIBODEAU, ALEXANDER
252
b. May 1861 Canada, d. 5 Dec 1925 of angina
pectoris, age 64 7m. Int. 9 Dec 1925 in NE 97-5 Line
16 [HAMILTON FUNERAL CHAPEL] (has marker
with name Thibodeaux and the name F. Biesecker).
{MRS. FRANCES BIESECKER} . He was married
to Flora Thibodeaux, he owned a pool hall, Catholic,
lived at 91 1/2 N. 17th St., Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon, died at home attended by Dr. J.
Sproat of 122 1/2 Grand Ave., Portland. Funeral was
9 Dec 1925 9:30 AM at St. James Catholic Church
with Reverend Father Egan. Charged to wife, Flora
Thibodeaux. Parents were Rennie Thibodeaux and
Marie Emery both born in Canada. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 98
NE 98 All bought 9/25/1908 by Mrs. Orah Maynard
ANDERSON, ACENITH
b. 1857, d. 25 Sep 1908 died of dropsy, age 51y. Int.
S e p 1 9 0 8 i n N E 9 8 L i n e 1 5 . (MRS. ORAH
MAYNARD). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 99
NE 99 N/2 bought 11/4/1908 by Thomas Fitzpatrick
NE 99 S/2 bought 10/23/1908 by Amanda Negle
NE 99 All bought 5/6/1910 by Mrs. Z. A. Babcock
(may be NE 69)
NE 99 single #3 bought 9/29/1911 by H.D. Bates
NE 99 single #6 bought 12/14/1911 by William Burg
NE 99 single #14 bought 10/11/1911 by W.C. Boyer
FITZPATRICK, THOMAS HENRY
b. 29 Jul 1869, d. 18 Dec 1908 of TB, age 39y 4m
24d. Int. 28 Dec 1908 in NE 99 N/2 Line 14 (Has
marker "An honest man is the noblest work of God.
Here rests a Woodman of the World.) (THOMAS H.
FITZPATRICK). He was married, a laborer,
Methodist, lived at Yacolt, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. L. W.
Stevenson of Yacolt, (he was the grandfather of Mary
Elizabeth Fitzpatrick wife of William Edward
McCarty). Funeral 28 Dec 1908 at the Redmens Hall
in Yacolt with the Reverend B. F. Brooks. Charged to
Yacolt Timber #72 ORM Committee. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#2, #3
FITZPATRICK, THOMAS A.
b. Aug 1908, d. 3 Nov 1908 died with whooping
cough, age 3m. Int. 5 Nov 1908 in NE 99 N/2 in
same grave with father (has marker "A bud plucked
from earth to bloom in heaven.) Parent were Mr. &
Mrs. Thomas H. Fitzpatric. Ref:#3
NEGLE, GUSTAV A.
b. 17 Sep 1862, d. 20 Oct 1908 of an accidental
injury, age 46y 1m 3d. Int. 23 Oct 1908 in NE 99 S/2
Line 14. He was married to Amanda Negate, laborer,
Adventist, home address not listed, died at Yacht,
Clark County, Washington attended by Dr. P. H.
mimed of Yacht. Funeral 23 Oct 1908 at the
Vancouver Adventist Church with Reverend R. D.
Draham. Charges were not listed. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
NE 100
NE 100 All bought 1/10/1910 by Stephen Emery
EMERY, STEPHEN
b. 1832 (? Canada), d. Nov 1917 no cause of death
was listed, age 85y. Int. 30 Nov 1917 in NE 100-4
Line 13. He was the widower of Phoebe Montain
Emery, (?) maybe he was a brother of Marie Emery,
the wife of Rennie Thibodeaux ? Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
PHEOBE, MONTAIN
b. 8 Apr 1846 Somerset County, Pennsylvania, d. 9
Jan 1910 of pneumonia, age 63y 9m 1d. Int. 11 Jan
1910 in NE 100 Line 13. She was married to Stephen
Emery (1832-1917). Parents were not listed, but
may have been Jacob and Sarah E. Kensinger.
Ref:#3
EMERY, GEORGE F.
b. 1878, d. 1967 of a coronary, age 89y. Int. in 27
Feb 1926 in NE 100-4 Line 13. [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL] (SELF). Paren t s w e r e
Stephen Emery (1832-1917) born in Canada and
Phoebe Mountain Emery (1846 -1910) born in
Pennsylvania. Ref:3
EMERY, LEE
b. 1912, d. 1 May 1920 died of pneumonia, age 8y.
Int. May 1920 in NE 100-5 Line 13. (STEPHEN
EMERY). Parents were not listed, but
grandparents were Stephen Emery and Phoebe
Mountain Emery. Ref:#3
KENSINGER, JACOB
b. 1833, d. 8 Feb 1912, age 89y. Int. 10 Feb 1912 in
NE 100-5 Line 13.. He was married to Sarah E.
Kensinger (1837-1926). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
KENSINGER, SARAH E
253
b. Aug 1837, d. 20 Feb 1926, age 88y 6m. Int. in 20
Feb 1926 in NE 100-4 Line 13. (S. EMERY). She
was the widow of Jacob Kensinger. Parents were
not listed. Ref:#3
McKINNEY, SARAH A.
b. 1845, d. 26 Nov 1911 died of apoplexy, age 66y.
Int. 27 Nov 1911 in NE 100-5 Line 10 (has marker
"Mother"). Parents are not listed. Ref:#3
YOUNG, ALBERT A.
b. 1876, d. 23 Jan 1908 died of cancer of the liver,
age 32y. Int. 26 Jan 1908 in NE 100 N/2 Line 13.
(STEPHEN EMERY), (HE MAY HAVE BEEN
REMOVED TO ANOTHER CENETERY). Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 101
NE 101 All bought 4/14/1910 by Stephen Emery
Note: the following people maybe related to Mary
Louise Goddard
EMERY, WILLIAM A.
b. Aug 1870 Missouri, d. 26 Dec 1927, age 57y 4m,
died of gangrene. Int. 30 Dec 1927 in NE 101-1 Line
12. [STEPHEN EMERY]. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3
EMERY, GEORGE F.
b. 1878 Missouri, d. 23 Feb 1967, age 89y. Int. 27
Feb 1967 in NE 101-2 Line 12. [VAMCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL] (SELF). He may have been
married Anna M. Emery. Parents were not listed,
but may be Stephen Emery and Phoebe Mountain
Emery. Ref:#3
EMERY, ANNA M.
b. 1889 Washington, d. 12 Jun 1982 died of heart
failure, age 93y. Int. 17 Jun 1982 in NE 101-3.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
S C H U L T Z , G L A D Y S " G A Y " E . b. 1920
Washington, d. 1980 died of heart failure, age 60y.
Int. 22 Feb 1980 in NE 101-4. [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL]. Parents were not listed.
TALBOT, FRED
b. 1903 Missouri, d. 26 Jun 1981 died of heart
failure, age 78y. Int. 30 Jun 1981 in NE 101-3
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL C H A P E L ] . Parents
were not listed.
Ref:#3
NE 102
NE 102 All bought 10/12/1910 by Mrs. A.M. Bowes
BOWES, THOMAS A.
b. 17 Oct 1896 Clark County Washington, d. 9 Oct
1910 of an accidental shooting, age 13y 11m 23d. Int.
1 1 O c t 1 9 1 0 i n N E 1 0 2 L i n e 1 1 . [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was single, a student,
Presbyterian, home address was not listed, died at the
lower Hathaway Ranch in Clark County, Washington
attended by the Clark County Coroner. Funeral 11
Oct 1910 at the Vancouver Presbyterian Church with
Reverend H. S. Templeton. Charged to Orin Bates
Hathaway 814 Franklin St. Vancouver, Washington.
Parents were father......Bowes born in Ireland and
(widow) Anna M. Bowes born Jun 1861 in Norway
emigrated with her parents in 1869 from Norway,
she rented 61 acres in Chelactie Prairie area and
had children:(1) Julia (Mar 1886 South Dakota) (2)
John H. (Nov 1888 South Dakota) then moved to
Washington State and had (3) Charles E. Apr 1891),
(4) William A. (Jun 1894), (5) Thomas A. (Oct 1896)
and (6) Harry E. (Oct 1898). Ref:#3, #4 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1900 Census.
MERCER, ANDREW
b. 2 May 1850, d. 19 May 1912 of angina pectoris,
age 62y 0m 17d. Int. 21 May 1912 in NE 102-1 Line
11 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to
S u s a n n a F . M e r c e r ( 1 8 5 5 -1 9 3 0 ) , a f a r m e r ,
Universalistic, lived on Rice Road & M St.
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. J.M.P. Chalmers of Vancouver.
Funeral 21 May 1912 at KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL with Reverend T.P. Howard & Reverend
Ellsworth (assistant). In Charge of Songs were: Mrs.
W. R. Rossman, Mrs. A. M. Boniface, Mrs. G. R.
Percival, Mrs. Stufferberan, and Mrs. Anderson. Pall
Bearers were A.J. Dorland and. P. M. Elwell, R. B.
Westcott, J. A. Ulomes, J. W. Wright and F. G.
Wilde. Charged to Dr. R.J. Mercer. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3 & #4
MERCER, SUSANNA FRANCES
b. 22 Jun 1855 Canada, d. 24 Sep 1930 of mitral
insufficiency (heart), age 75y 3m 2d. Int. 25 Sep
1930 in NE 102-2 Line 11. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
She was the widow of Andrew Mercer (1850-1912)
has marker next to wife). She was a housewife, lived
at Rt. #1 Box 144 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. A.W.
254
Stevenson of Vancouver. Funeral 26 Sep 1930 at
KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL with Reverend Dr.
Herbert F. Jones. Ordered by and charged to son-inlaw George Sickler of Wessington Springs, Lake
County, South Dakota. Parents were John Francis
born in Ireland and Nancy Dennis born in Canada.
Ref:#3 & #4
MERCER, ROBERT JOHN
b. 4 Nov 1878 Canada, d. 23 Oct 1928 of a cerebral
hemorrhage, age 49y 11m 19d. Int.27 Oct 1928 in
NE 102-1 Line 11 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was
married to Dora M. Mercer (1879-1964), a retired
dentist and a fox farmer, Christian Science, lived one
mile east of Vancouver on the Evergreen Highway in
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Drs. Armstrong & Leiser of Vancouver.
Funeral 27 Oct 1928 2:30 PM at KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL with Christian Science reader C. Ross
Lodwig. Ordered by and charged to wife Dora
Mercer and the estate. Parents were Andrew Mercer
(1850-1912) and Susanna Frances Mercer (18551930) both born in Canada. Ref:#3 & #4
MERCER, DORA M.
b. Mar 1879 Iowa, d. 28 Jun 1964 died of heart
failure, age 85y 3m. Int. 1 Oct 1964 in NE 102-4
Line 11 (ashes). She was the widow of Robert John
Mercer (1878-1928). Parents were not listed, but
father probably was Jefferson J. Willis (18571927). Ref:#3 & #4.
MERCER, ANNA CLAIRE
b. 1910 Oregon, d. 10 Jul 1932 died of meningitis &
TB, age 21y. Int. 13 Jul 1932 in NE 102 Line 11.
(A.M. BOWERS). Parents were not listed, but
probably were Andrew Mercer (1878-1950) and
Dora M. Mercer (1879-1964). Ref:#3
MERCER, GEORGE E.
b. 1880 Canada, d. 5 Feb 1935 died of heart failure,
age 54. Int. 8 Feb 1935 in NE 102 Line 11 (A.
MERCER). He was the brother of Robert Mercer.
Parents were Andrew Mercer (1850-1912 Canada)
and Susanna Frances Mercer (1855-1930 Canada).
Ref:#3
WILLIS, JEFFERSON J.
b. 1857 Pennsylvania, d. 29 Aug 1927 died of
pneumonia, age 70y. Int. 29 Aug 1927 in NE 102-5
Line 11 Ashes. (MRS. ANDREW MERCER).
Parents were not listed, but George Willis (1831-
1887) could be his father buried in Potters Field
NE....Line 14. Ref:#3
NE 103
NE 103 single #1 bought 11/1/1911 James F. Smith
NE 103 single #2 bought 11/6/1911 by Arthur
DeMasters
NE 103 single #3 bought 11/6/1911 by J.P. Rollins
NE 103 single #4 bought 11/4/1911 by Reuben Page
NE 103 single #5 bought 11/27/1911 by J.W. Ruby
SMITH, EFFIE E.
b. 8 Aug 1885, d. 31 Oct 1911 died of TB, age 25y
10m 23d. Int. 2 Nov 1911 in NE 103-1 Line 10. She
was married to James F. Smith. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
DeMASTERS, ARTHUR
b. 5 Jul 1884, d. 3 Nov 1911 of a suicide by carbolic
acid, age 27y 3m 29d. Int. 6 Nov 1911 in NE 103-2
Line 10 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was single, a
teamster, lived at the Percival Rooming House 203
East 5th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by the Clark County Coroner.
Funeral 6 Nov 1911 with no service and no clergy
listed. Charged to Ernest DeMasters and death
certificate was sent to him. Notes/Details: Man was
found in his room. He had been in jail on the night
before for threatening suicide both with acid and a
razor. Parents were Mr. & Mrs. Charles DeMasters.
Ref:#3 & #4
ROLLINS, JOHN PALMER
b. 6 Aug 1873, d. 3 Nov 1911 died of asphyxiation,
age 38y 1m 28d. Int. 5 Nov 1911 in NE 103-2 Line
10. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was married to
Lusanna ( )Rollins, a farmer and photographer. The
home address was not listed. He died at Al Caviness's
Ranch attended by the Clark County Coroner and
also examined by Dr. E.W. Myers and Dr. Robert D.
Wiswall. The funeral was 7 Nov 1911 at the
Adventist Church with Elder Holbrook. Charged to
Mrs. Lusanna Rollins. Details: The body was found
in the back yard by Mrs. Rollins's niece, Kathyn
C a v i n e s s o f W e i s e r , I d a h o . N e i g h b o r s w e re
summond viz D.F. Morrow, O.A. Calern, J.L.
Brewster and Alex Higdon. NOTE: Keys in John
Rollins's pocket were delivered to Miss Caviness.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & 4.
PAGE, EMMA W.
b. 17 Nov 1864, d. 24 Nov 1911 of typhoid fever, age
47y 0m 7d. Int. 26 Nov 1911 in NE 103-4 Row 10
255
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. She was married to Ruben
Page, a housewife and a Methodist. She lived at 911
West 7th St. Vancouver, Clark County, Washington,
died at home attended by Dr. C.C. McCown. Funeral
26 Nov 1911 at Vancouver Methodist Church with
Reverand J.M. Cause. Charged to husband, Reuben
Page at home. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4.
NE 104
NE 104 single #1 bought 3/9/1910 by W.H. Whaley
NE 104 single #2 bought 3/25/1910 by Otto Johnson
NE 104 Single #4 bought 4/25/1910 by Ethel Grant
NE 104 single #5 bought 4/26/1910 by Gussie
Olmstead
WHALEY, CLAUDE
b. 1872, d. 6 Mar 1910 of typhoid fever, bronchitis
and pneumonia, age 38y. Int. 8 Mar 1910 in NE 1041 Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY]. He lived at
Yacolt, Clark County, Washington, died at the Yacolt
Hospital attended by Dr. A.W. Stevenson of Yacolt.
Funeral 8 Mar 1910 at KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL. Charged to W.H. WHALEY of Houston
Texas. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
JOHNSON, ANNA
b. 1861, d. 21 Mar 1910 died of cancer, age 49y. Int.
2 3 M a r 1 9 1 0 i n NE 104 -2 L i n e 9 . (OTTO
JOHNSON) (has marker "MOTHER"). Parents were
not listed. Ref:3
TRISLER, EDWARD F.
b. 9 Sep 1873 (? California), d. 24 Mar 1910, of
suicide by shooting self with a gun, age 36y 6m 15d.
Int. 26 Mar 1910 in NE 104-3 Line 3 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. He was single, a policeman. His
home address was not listed, died at the Hotel Cecil
in Seattle, King County, Washington. The funeral
was 26 Mar 1910 at KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL
Vancouver, Washington with Reverend Mr. Parks
(Methodist). Charged to Mrs. S. H. Smith 208 West
7th St. Vancouver, Washington. Parents were not
listed, but mother may be Reno ... Trisler Smith
wife of Harry Smith (he had three step children
named Joseph, Robert and Jennie Trissler. Ref:#3, #4
& #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census that
lived in the Vancouver District - West Ward.
RUPE, LOUISE
b. 15 May 1887, d. 17 Apr 1910 of internal
hemorrhage & shock, age 22y 11m 2d. Int. 25 Apr
1910 in NE 104-4 Line 9. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
She was married, a domestic, home address not listed
died at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon attended by Dr. Louise
Buck of Portland. Funeral 25 Apr 1910 no clergy
listed. Funeral 25 Apr 1910 by KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL. Charged to Ethyl Grant 3rd & Columbia
Streets Vancouver, Washington. NOTE:(Ethyl Grant
may have been her sister). Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #4
OLMSTEAD, MILLER L.
b. 1869, d. 25 Apr 1910 died of TB, age 41Y. Int. 26
Apr 1910 in NE 104-5. (GUSSIE OLMSTEAD).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
NE 105
NE 105 single #1 bought 9/19/1907 by D.B.
Brumangin
NE 105 single #2 bought 10/10/1907 by C.R.
Robinson
NE 105 single #3 bought 10/24/1907 by Alfred
Johnson
NE 105 single #4 bought 10/28/1907 by B.W. Bailey
NE 105 single #5 bought 11/26/1907 by J.V. Stewart
ROBINSON, HULDAH
b. Aug 1843 (?) New York, d. 11 Oct 1907 of
paralysis, age 64y 2m. Int. 12 Oct 1907 in NE 105-2
Line 8. She was a widow. Note: She may be the
mother of Joseph Robinson (born Jan 1860 New
York, married to Cordelia R. Robinson born Mar
1863 Maine). Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #6
Clark County, Washington 1900 Census.
PRITCHARD, MABLE LUCINDA
b. 10 Aug 1878 Pennsylvania, d. 18 Sep 1907 of
cancer of the bowels, age 29y 1m 29d. Int. 20 Sep
1907 in NE 105-1 Line 8. [KNAPP MORTUARY].
She was married 2 Jun 1896 to James Milton
Pritchard (1871-1927) Note: he married (2) Allie
Nunn. She was a housewife, a Methodist, her home
address not listed, died at home attended by Dr. John
R. Smith of Vancouver. Funeral 20 Sep 1907 at
KNAPP FUNERAL CHAPEL with Reverand Robert
Yeatmen. Charged to husband James Pritchard. They
had two children:Robert Pritchard (1898-1971 in the
State of Washington; he is buried at Park Hill
Cemetery) and Clarmeda P. Prichard (1904-1976
Washington) who married Russell E. Lee; they are
buried at Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Parents
were Delorus Bennett Brumagin Sr. (b. Apr 1855
New York) and Helen Chesbro (b. Feb 1858 New
York). Ref:#3 & #4
256
PULLAN, INFANT
b. 22 Jan 1912 Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, d. 22 Jan 1912 a stillborn, age 00y. Int.
2 2 J a n 1 9 1 2 i n NE 105-4 R o w 8 [KNAPP
MORTUARY]. Parents lived in the Fruit Valley area
of Vancouver, Clark County, Washington. The infant
was born and died at home attended by Dr. C.C.
Wilcox of Vancouver. Funeral 22 Jan 1912 with no
clergy listed. NOTE: Alfred A. Pullan is buried in
grave NE 105-5 Row 8 has marker. Ordered by Mr.
Rice. Charge to father J. N. Pullan of Fruit Valley.
Parents were Joshua N. Pullane married 19 Nov
1873 to Julia F. Millard (daughter of Gideon Millard
and Elizabeth Bozarth). Ref:#3 & #4
PULLAN, WILFRED A.
b. 1911, d. 9 Jan 1916 died of pneumonia, age 5y. Int.
10 Jan 1916 in NE 105-5 Line 8. Parents were
Joshua N. Pullane and Julia F. Millard. Ref:#3 &
#4
BAYLEY, DONALD F.
b. 1904, d. 26 Oct 1907 died of Tuberculosis of the
glands, age 3y. Int. Oct 28 1907 in NE 105-4 Line 15.
Parents were Mr. & Mrs. B.W. Bayley. Ref:#3
HOLT, W.B.
b. 1883, d. 22 Nov 1907died of typhoid fever, age
24y (? sex), Int. 26 Nov 1907 in NE 105-5. [J.V.
HOLT] Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
JOHNSON, ENOS
b. (?), d. Oct 1907, age (?). Int. 23 Oct 1907 in NE
105-3 Line 8. Parents were probably Enos Calvin
Johnson(1888-1948 Shawno, Shawno, Wisconsin)
and Myrtle May Barton. Ref:#2 & #3.
NE 106
NE 106 single #1 bought 12/12/1907 by Joseph A.
DuPuis
NE 106 single #2 bought 1/1/1908 by W.E. Izer
NE 106 single #3 bought 2/4/1908 by Robert Black
NE 106 single #4 bought 2/28/1908 by A.E. Treat
NE 106 single #5 bought 2/29/1908 by Seth Thornton
DuPUIS, WILLIAM H.
b. 1 May 1881, d. 12 Dec 1907 of a gun shot wound,
age 26y 7m 1d. Int. 14 Dec 1907 in NE 106-1 Line 7.
[KNAPP MORTUARY]. He was single, home
address was not listed, died at Good Shepherd
Hospital in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon
attended by Coroner J.P. Findley of Portland. The
funeral was 14 Dec 1907, with Reverend Robert
Yeatman. Charge to Joseph A. DuPuis 411 Failing St.
Portland, Oregon. Parents were Joseph A. DuPuis
and married 11 Oct 1873 Mary Hollard. {Joseph A.
DuPuis was the son of Nichols Joseph DuPuis (18151897 born in L'Acadie, Quebec, he helped build Fort
Boise and Fort Hall in Idaho, married Julenne
Modeste Demers (1825-1905 born in Napier,
Quebec, Canada); they crossed the plains in 1859. He
was a trapper with Hudson Bay Company. They and
the rest of the family are buried at St. James Acres
Cemetery in Vancouver}. Ref:#2, #4
IZER, EMILY AGNES
b. 1 Feb 1903, d. 1 Jan 1908 of a purpura
hemorrhage, age 4y 11m. Int. 2 Jan 1908 in NE 106-2
Line 7 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. Child lived on
Fourth Plain in Vancouver, Clark County,
Washington, died at home attended by Dr. John D.
Scanlon of Vancouver. Funeral 2 Jan 1908 at home
with Reverend E. F. Brooks. Charges not listed.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #4
BLACK, ROBERT
b. 1840, d. 3 Feb 1908 died of La Grippe (Flu), age
68Y. Int. 5 Feb 1908 in NE 106-3 Line 7. (SELF).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
TREAT, CHARLES
b. 1857, d. 25 Feb 1908 of heart failure, age 51y. Int.
2 9 F e b 1 9 0 8 i n NE 106-4 L i n e 7 [KNAPP
MORTUARY] (marker listed as Charles Trest.) He
was married, an engineer, home address not listed,
died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Vancouver, Clark
County, Washington attended by Dr. J. R. Smith of
Vancouver. Funeral 29 Feb 1908 with Reverend
William C. Sheppard at KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL. Charged to A. E. Treat of Selah, Yakima
County Washington & H. C. Treat of Tacoma, Pierce
County, Washington. Parents were not listed.
Ref:#3 & #4
THORNTON, INFANT (Male)
b. 25 Feb 1908, d. 23 Feb 1908, age 00y. Int. 27 Feb
1908 in NE 106-5. (SETH THORNTON). Parents
were Mr. & Mrs. Seth Thornton. Ref:#3
NE 107
NE 107 All bought 10/30/1907 by Charles E. Abel
ABEL, CHARLES E.
Jan 1869 Illinois, d. 13 Jun 1939 died of heart failure,
age 70y 5m. Int. 15 Jun 1939 in NE 107-2 Line 6.
(CHARLES E. ABEL). He was married to Julia Ann
257
(1869-1954), he was a woodchoper and farmer who
owned 135 acres. Parents were not listed, father
was born in Pennsylvania and mother in Illinois.
Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
ABEL, JULIA ANN
b. Feb 1869 Missouri, d. 30 Sep 1954 died senile and
of old age, age 85y 7m. Int. 2 Oct 1954 in NE 107-3
Line 6 (CHARLES E. ABEL). She was married to
Charles E. Abel (1869-1939). Parents were not
listed but they were both born in Missouri. Ref:#3
& #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
ABEL, RALPH PAUL
b. 22 Jun 1894 Missouri, d. Oct 28 1907 of a gun shot
wound, age 13y 4m 8d. Int. 31 Oct 1907 in NE 107-1
Line 6. Has marker "A little time on earth he spent,
till God for him his Angel sent."(C.E. Abel). He was
a student. Parents were Charles Charles E. (18691939 Illinois) and Julia Ann Abel (1869 -1954
Missouri). Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County Washington
1900 Census.
BOESEN, MADGE L.
b. 1912 Washington, d. 10 Jan 1985 died of heart
failure, age 73y. Int. 15 Jan 1885 in NE 107-4.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (SELF).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
BUFORD, INFANT (Female)
b. 13 Nov 1909 Washington, d. 13 Nov 1909 a
stillborn baby, age 00y. Int. 13 Nov 1909 in NE 1073 Line 6. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
PIETZ, ADOLPH C.
b. Apr 1886 Iowa, d. 9 Oct 1955 died of cancer, age
69y 6m. Int. 13 Oct 1955 in NE 107-5 Line 6.
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL] (SELF).
Parents were not listed but probably were C.W.
and Augusta Pietz both born in Germany. Ref:#3
& #6 Clark County Washington 1900 Census.
TURGEON, ELLA
b. 1871, d. 14 Apr 1919 died of septicemia, age 47y.
Int. 15 Apr 1919 in NE 107 Line 6. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
NE 108
SYNDER, WILLIAM L.
b. Feb 1870 Iowa, d. 19 Feb 1949 Portland,
Multnomah County, Oregon, age 79y. Int. 23 Feb
1949 in NE 108-4 Line 5. [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL] (SELF). He was married to
Evelyn V. Snyder; he was a wood cutter and a farmer
who rented 51 acres. Parents were not listed but
father was born in Germany and Mother in
Missouri. Ref:#1 & #6 Clark County, Washington
1900 Census.
SNYDER, EVELYN "EVIE"" V.
b. Mar 1875 Pacific County, Washington, d. 14 Jan
1945 Oregon no cause of death was listed, age 69y
10m. Int. 18 Jan 1945 in NE 108-1 [VANCOUVER
FUNERAL CHAPEL] (WILLIAM SNYDER).She
was married to William Snyder (1870-1949). She had
children: Blanche, Belle and Alice. Parents were
Azro V. Church (1830-1906 Vermont) son of Joseph
Church and Mary Mariah Beede buried in Oregon;
they all crossed to Oregon in 1846; and Harriet M.
Williams (d. 1905 Oregon). Ref:#1, #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
ATKINS, VIOLA
b. 1912, d. 23 Mar 1922 died of heart failure, age
10y. Int. 25 Mar 1922 in NE 108-2 Line 5. Parents
were not listed. Ref:#3
SNYDER, JOHN
b. 1905 Washington, d. 9 Dec 1906, died of bronco
p n e u m o n i a . I n t . 1 0 D e c 1 9 0 6 i n N E 1 0 8 -5.
[WILLIAM L. SNYDER). Parent were William L.
Snyder (1870-1948 Iowa) and Evelyn V. Church
(1875-1945 Oregon). Ref:#1, #3 & #6 Clark County,
Washington 1900 Census.
McINTIRE, INFANT (Male)
b. 23 Oct 1923, d. 23 Oct 1923, age 00y, Int. 25 Oct
1923 in NE 108-2 Line 5. (WILLIAM L. SNYDER).
Parents were not listed but they may have been
Mr. & Mrs. Charles McIntire. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County, Washington 1900 Census.
McINTIRE, CHESTER PAUL
b. 28 Nov 1919, d. 8 Oct 1925 died of acute food
poisoning, age 4y 10m 10d. Int. 10 Oct 1925 in NE
108 Line 5. [William L. SNYDER). Parents were
not listed but they may have been Mr. &. Mrs.
Charles McIntire. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County,
Washington 1900 Census.
NE 109
NE 109 All bought 4/14/1906 by David F. Reid
(1845-1915) married Hattie James.
REID, HARRIET
258
b. 1848 Indiana, d. 4 Apr 1924 died of bronchitis, age
76y. Int. 5 Apr 1924 in NE 109-4 Line 4 (has marker
"Aunt Harriet Reid"). She was married 11 Sep 1866
in Indiana to David F. Reid. The family with the with
children Orin and Rebecca (married (1) Joseph L.
Charlton and (2) Frank F. Ferguson) came to
Portland, Oregon in 1871 and settled on a homestead
in Chelatchie Precinct of Clark County, Washington
Territory. They had 3 more children in Washington.
NOTE: Their son, Orin E. Reid (b. 1868 Kansas)
with his wife Sarah Everetta Smith (b. 1871) and
their three children:Minnie Irene 6 years, Mary Elsie
4 years, and Robert Leslie age 3 years perished on the
Lewis River in the 1902 Yacolt Fire. They are buried
M t . Z i o n I . O . O . F . C e m e t e r y i n LaCenter,
Washington.. Parents were named Mr. & Mrs.
James both born in Kentucky. Ref:#2, #3 & #6 Clark
County Washington 1880 & 1900 Census.
WILSON, ROBERT CISSNA NOTE:CHANGE
FROM SE 109-4 Line 4
b. ca 1870/1871 Illinois, d. 3 Jul 1945 no cause of
death was listed, age 74y. Int. 6 Jul 1945 in NE 109-4
L i n e 4 .[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]
(David F. Reid). He was married 16 Jun 1907 in
Clark County Washington to Alice M. Reid (daughter
of David F. Reid and Harriet James). Parents were
Robert Porter Wilson and Emily Foster. Ref:#2 &
#3
WILSON, ALICE M.
b. ca Oct 1881-1883 Chelatie Prairie, Clark County,
Washington, d. 28 Dec 1953 died of pneumonia, age
72y 2m. Int. 31 Dec 1953 in NE 109-1 Line 4
[VANCOUVER FUNERAL CHAPEL]. She was
married 16 Jun 1907 to Robert Cissna Wilson (18701945) son of Robert Porter Wilson and Emily Foster.
V.F.C. Parents were David F. Reid (1845-1915
Indiana a Union Army Civil War Vet) and Harriet
James (1848-1924 Indiana). Ref:#2, #3
RICH, VERNA
b. 1911, d. 6 Feb 1965, age 54y, Int. 13 Feb 1965
(temporary) in NE 109-1 Line 4; was removed 23
Apr 1965 and there was no clue as where she was
reburied. [BLEITZ FUNERAL HOME - Tacoma,
Washington]. Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
JAMES, THOMAS J.
b. Jun 1840 Indiana, d. 14 Oct 1928 died senile and
old age, age 88y. Int. 16 Oct 1928 in NE 109-3 Line
4. (DAVID F. REID). He was probably a brother of
Hattie James (David F.) Reid. Parents were not
listed. Ref:#3
NE 110
NE 110 All bought 3/15/1906 by Mrs. George W.
Bush (see W.L. Brown)
NE 110 N/2 bought 5/2/1913 by E.L. Brown
BROWN, WILLIAM LESLIE
b. Mar 1859 New York, d. 2 Mar 1937 of cancer, age
78y. Int. in NE 110-1 Line 3 [LIMBER FUNERAL
HOME] (SELF). He was married to Laverna Towne
(1854-1928), a laborer in a brick yard. Parents were
not listed but both were born in New York. Ref:#3
BROWN, LAVERNIA E.
b. 27 Feb 1854 New York, d. 25 Jun 1928 of
pernicious anemia, age 74y 2m 28d. Int. 28 Jun 1928
in NE 110-2 Line 3 [KNAPP MORTUARY]. She
was married to William L. Brown (1859-1937 has
marker), a housewife, lived at 2129 East 10th St.,
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, died at home
attended by Dr. Robert D. Wiswall of Vancouver.
Funeral 28 Jun 1928 2 PM at KNAPP FUNERAL
CHAPEL with Reverend Dr. Herbert F. Jones.
Ordered by and charged to husband William L.
Brown. Parents were Mr. &. Mrs. Alonzo Towne
both born in New York. Ref:#3 & #4
BRUSH, GEORGE W.
b. 30 Mar 1834 New York, d. 14 Mar 1906 of
neuralgia, age 71y 11m 15d. Int. 16 Mar 1906 in NE
110 Line 3. He was an Orchardist owned 50 acres in
the Preston Precinct (Fern Prairie), married to Ella R.
Brush (1863-1938). Parents were not listed but
both were born in New Jersey. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County, Washington 1900 Census.
BRUSH, ELLA R.
b. Feb 1863 Michigan, d. 25 Sep 1938 of TB, age 75y
7m. Int. in NE 110-2 Line 3. She was the widow of
George W. Brush (1834-1906); they had 2 daughters:
Ella/Etta R. (who married William L. Brown) and
Vila A. Brush. Parents were not listed but were
born in Michigan. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census.
NE 111
NE 111 N/2 bought 6/27/1905 by Hattie Wills
NE 111 S/2 bought 6/5/1905 by William H. Bannon
b. 1852 Canada, d. 8 Jan 1933 of pneumonia, age 81
(? Cemetery says 90y. Int. 11 Aug 1936 in NE 111-4
Line 2. [MILLER TRACY- Portland] .His daughter
was Hattie Wills b. Nov 1871 in New York married
to Philip Wills b. Jan 1865 b. Germany...1900 Census
they are buried in NE 155). Parents were named
"Wellborn" both born in Germany. Ref:#3 & #5
WELLBORN, MARY ANN
b. Jul 1846 New York/Canada, d. 7 Aug 1936 died
senile, age 89y 11m. Int. 11 Aug 1936 in NE 111-5
L i n e 2 .[MILLER-TRACY Portland, Oregon].
(HATTIE WILLS-(daughter). Mary Ann Wellborn
was the widow of William J. Wellborn (1852-1933).
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3 & #5
BANNON, JOHN W.
b. Sep 1823 Pennsylvania, d. 3 Jun 1905 of heart
disease, age 81y 9m. Int. 5 Jun 1905 in NE 111 S/2
Line 2. He was married to Sarah Bannon (18331911), a farmer who owned 138 acres in Columbia
Precinct (Camas). Parents were not listed but were
both born in Pennsylvania. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County, Washington 1900 Census.
BANNON, SARAH
b. Oct 1833 Pennsylvania, d. 4 Jun 1911, age 77y 2m.
Int. 6 Jun 1911 in NE 111 S/2 Line 2. (has marker
"Gone but not forgotten."). She was a housewife and
mother, had son William Bannon. Parents were
born in Pennsylvania. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark County
Washington 1900 Census
NE 112
NE 112 All bought 11/2/1904 by Oleva Jane Haynes
HAYNES, COLUMBUS
b. 3 Jun 1854, d. 31 Oct 1904died of a rupture of an
artery, age 49y 10m 28d. Int. 3 Nov 1904 in NE 112
Line 1 [KNAPP MORTUARY] (has marker "In
Memorium). (OLIVIA J. HAYNES). Note: William
Spencer Haines/Haynes (1865-1926) a retired soldier
is buried at Park Hill Cemetery may have been
Columbus Haynes's brother. Funeral handled by
KNAPP FUNERAL HOME, mentioned William
Haynes's brother as "Walter and brothers of Walnut
Creek, California". Also an Alexander Haynes born
in North Carolina a Revolutionary Pension Receiver,
he may have been the Grandfather. Parents were not
listed, but may have been Mr. & Mrs. W.P.
Haynes both born in Indiana. Ref:#3 & #4
WELLBORN, WILLIAM J.
HAYNES, OLEVIA J.
259
b. 24 Oct 1860, d. 17 Apr 1909 died of bright disease,
age 49y 5m 24d. Int. 17 Apr 1909 in NE 112 Line 1.
[OLEVIA HAYNES]. She was the widow of
Columbus Haynes (1854-1904). Parents were not
listed, but were probably Lewis Hasting (18291907) and Sara J. Hastings (1835 -1926 born
Indiana). Note: Her brother may have been John
Hastings (1866-1920 born in Indiana) who lived at
Moro, Sherman County, Oregon he is buried in Park
Hill Cemetery. Ref:#3
LOOMIS, OSCAR M.
b. 1834 (? New York), d. 25 Jan 1905 died of
paralysis, age 70y. Int. 28 Jan 1905 in NE 113 Line 1
(has marker "Sweetly Resting.") . Note:: Mary E.
Loomis (1854-1934) may have been his wife or his
daughter. His brother may have been John C. Loomis
(1826-1919) in NE 144 Line 1. Parents were not
listed, but John C. Loomis's parents were: father was
born in New York and mother born in Massachusetts.
Ref: #3.
HAYNES, JOHN ORLEY
b. 8 Oct 1894, d. 5 Apr 1910 no cause of death was
listed, age 16y 5m 28d. Int. Apr 1910 in NE 112 Line
1. Parents were not listed but were probably
Columbus Haynes (1854-1904) and Olevia J.
Haynes (1860-1909). Ref:#3
LOOMIS, MARY E.
b. Nov 1854 Wisconsin, d. 17 Dec 1934 of cancer,
age 80y 1m. Int. 21 Dec 1934 in NE 113 Line 1. (O.
M. LOOMIS) [HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME].
She may be the widow or daughter of Oscar M.
Loomis. Note: Henry Loomis, son of John C.
Loomis, was also born in Wisconsin in 1852 Ref:
1900 Census); also an Isaac Loomis (1866-1926 who
died by gun suicide) the body was shipped 12 May
1926 to C.C. Pinnick of Hoquiam, Washington to be
buried in Humptulips Cemetery by W.T. Loomis.
Parents were not listed. Ref:#3
HASTINGS, LEWIS
b. Nov 1829 Indiana, d. 26 Jun 1907 died of
paralyzes, age 77y 8m. Int. 28 Jun 1907 in NE 112
Line 1. [OLEVIA J. HAYNES]. NOTE:A William
Hastings (listed on Page 36 of the Index to
Revolutionary Pensions may be a relative). Owned
his own home. Parents were not listed, but both
were born in North Carolina. Ref:#3 & #6 Clark
County, Washington 1900 Census.
HASTINGS, SARA J. (?)/SARAH JANE
CALLISON
b. Sep 1835 Indiana, d. 1926 no cause was listed, age
91y. Int. 1926 in NE 112 Line 1. (Has marker "At
Rest"). Parents were not listed but were born in
North Carolina. R e f : # 3 & # 6 C l a r k C o u n t y ,
Washington 1900 Census.
and/or
CALLISON, SARAH JANE
b. 1835 Indiana, d. 18 Sep 1926 died of heart failure,
age 91y. Int. 21 Sep 1926 in NE 112 Line 1 (