Cox Cemetery Burials
compiled by
by Sally Neely, Ann Hochspeier and Sherrill Hochspeier 2005 

ANDREWS, Jane
  b.
  d. 04 Aug 1898
"Andrews--At the residence of her grand-daughter, Mrs. James Colgan, 4 1/2 miles south of Salem, Oregon Thursday August 4, 1898 at 3 p.m. Mrs Jame ANDREWS, aged 84 years." The Willamette Farmer, Supplemental to the Weekly Oregon Statesman, August 12, 1898 3:4.

ANKENY, Henry Alexander "Allie"
  b. 14 Mar 1867
  d. 10 Apr 1881
  "Died--Sunday, 10 inst. of scarlet fever, at Good Samaratin Hospital, Portland, Allie ANKENY, age 14 years; eldest son of Henry E. and Cordelia L. ANKENY.  Funeral will take place on Tuesday 11th, at home farm, Marion County." The Daily Oregonian April 11, 1881 2:2.

ATKINSON, Clarissa M.
  b. 29 Sep1912
  d. 24 Feb 1991
  "Sept. 29, 1912 - Feb. 24, 1991--Albany--Clarissa Myrtle Atkinson, 78, died Sunday in Linn Care Center.
  She was born in La Cygne, Kan., and grew up in Kansas.  In 1951, she moved to Albany.  She was a homemaker.
  She married John B. Stark in 1934; he died previously.  She married George C. Atkinson in 1955; he died previously.  She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  Survivors include her daughters, Freida J. Marlatt and Georgia L. Elliott, both of Jefferson, and Carolyn Bell of Washington; sons, John B. Stark of Massachusetts and William Atkinson of Roswell, N.M.; brothers Bob Robbins, Glenn Robbins, and Ervin Robbins, all of Kansas, and John Robbins of Texas; 20 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
  Memorial services will begin at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Talbot Community Church.  Interment will be in Cox Cemetery, near Independence.  Arrangements are by Fisher mortuary.
  Contributions may be made to Linn County Association for Retarded Citizens."  Statesman Journal, February 26, 1991 2B:2

ATKINSON, George C.
  b. 11 Apr 1914
  d. 03 Apr 1986
  "George C. ATKINSON of Sisters died April 3 at St. Charles Hospital in Bend.
  A memorial service for ATKINSON, 71, who lived in Albany for many years, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 5, at the Talbot Community Church.
  He was born April 11, 1914, at Prescott, Kan., and moved to Oregon in 1950 from that state.
  ATKINSON worked for the former Joslyn Manufacturing firm while living in Albany.  He moved to Sisters 11 years ago.
  He married Clarissa ROBBINS on July 30, 1956, in Albany.  She survives.
  Other survivors include five children William C. ATKINSON, Rosewell, N.M., John D. STARK, Middleboro, Mass., Georgia Louise ELLIOTT and Freida J. MARLATT, both of Jefferson, and Carolyn J. Bell, Mount Vernon, Wash; one brother, Walter ATKINSON, Weed, Calif; 19 grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
  Three sisters and two grandchildren preceded him in death." Albany Democrat-Herald April 4, 1986 2:4-5.

BASHAW, Joseph
  b. 10 Nov 1810
  d. 12 May 1903 age 93 years
  "BASHAW was born in 1788.  Dies near Sidney Aged 115 years, Wednesday.  Served in the French Wars under the Great Napoleon almost a hundred years ago.
  Joseph BASHAW, who, as near as can be figured out, was at least 115 years old, was found dead in bed at the home of his step-son, near Sidney, Wednesday.  He was probably the oldest man in Oregon.
  He was a Frenchman by birth and served in the French wars of 1806-15, under Napoleon.  He drove an ox team to Oregon in 1847, and was then a gray haired man.  BASHAW was married near this city and settled upon the donation land claim upon which he died.  His step-son, George MARLATT, is the only relative living."  The Daily Journal May 15, 1903 1:1.

BASHAW, Mary
  b. 24 May 1814
  d. 27 Apr 1888
  m1. Peter Marlatt c. May 1832 Fountain Co, Ind.
  m2. Joseph Bashaw 8 Nov 1855 Marion Co, Or.
  "BASHAW-Five miles northwest of Jefferson, Oregon, April 27, 1888, of heart disease, Mrs. Mary BASHAW.
  She was born May 24, 1814, and was almost 74 years old.  She was one of the pioneers of Oregon.  Her life has been one of faithful work, and although taken away suddenly by death, her hope was bright, and she said she was ready to die.  She had been a member of the Christian Church since 1844.  Funeral services were held at the house, after which many friends followed her remains to the Cox cemetery.  She left a husband, and several children who have settled down in life.  Many friends sympathize especially with the aged husband." Salem Capital Evening Journal, May 1, 1888 3:4.

BROWN, Elizabeth A.
  b.    Oct 1862
  d. 23 Dec 1863
"She was but lent, she was not given;
A bud on earth to bloom in heaven"

BROWN, Elizabeth Caroline
  b.    Jan 1846
  d. 28 Aug 1863
  "Died--Near Salem, Aug. 28th, Elizabeth C., wife of J. C. BROWN, and youngest daughter of Joseph and Eliza COX, aged 17 years, 8 mos. and 23 days."  Oregon Statesman August 31, 1863 3:4.

CARY, Albert
  b.
  d. 06 Aug 1911
  [second husband of Mary M. Nye
  "Carey-A. W. CAREY, aged 72, died at Salem hospital Sunday evening.
  Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Lovell at Rigdon & Co's undertaking parlors at 8 o'clock this morning.  Interment will be made at Ankeny, near Jefferson." Daily Oregon Statesman August 8, 1911 4:3.

CARY, Mary
  b.
  d. 01 Feb 1911
  m1. J. W. Bercaw 19 Dec 1869 Marion Co, Or.
  m2. A. W. Carey
  "Mrs. A. W. CAREY died at her home in Sidney Precinct Wednesday morning, from Bright's disease, aged 64 years.  While her death was not expected, it is none the less mourned by a host of friends by whom she was held in the highest esteem for her many lovable traits.  A faithful wife, a loving daughter, a kind and generous neighbor, she had endeared herself to all.  Besides her husband she leaves an aged mother, 4 brothers, a sister and numberous other relatives.  Mary NYE was born in Missouri, coming with her parents to Oregon in 1850, locating near Jefferson, where almost her entire life has been passed.  The funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. yesterday, a large number assembling to pay a last tribute to their departed friend."  The Jefferson Review, February 3, 1911 3:1.

COCHRAN, Love Letitia Brown
  b. 28 Jul 1833
  d. 22 Feb 1912
  "Died--COCHRANE-At the home of her son Ernest COCHRANE, near Sidney, February 22, 1912, Mrs. Love L. COCHRANE, aged 79 years.  Mrs COCHRANE was born in Whittingham, Vermont, July 28, 1883.  She moved to Wisconsin while still quite young, and from there to Iowa.  She came to Oregon seventeen years ago and settled near Sidney where whe was living with her son when she died.  She leaves besides her son, one daughter, Mrs. G. A. LAW, of Northfield, Minn., who has been notified of her mother's death and will come immediately.  Funeral arrangements will be postponed pending her arrival." Oregon Statesman, February 24, 1912 4:4.

COX, Eliza
  b.
  d. 09 Sep 1888
  "At her residence, in Salem, Sunday, September 9, 1888, at 4 p.m., of paralysis, Mrs. Eliza COX, aged 73 years and one month.
  Mrs. COX resided in this city and county forty-one years, having come to Oregon from Missouri in 1847, in company with her family and husband, Joseph COX.  They settled on a place south of town, adjoining G. G. Glenn's, and lived there until about twenty years ago, when they removed to Salem and have resided here ever since.  Of seven children, five--Daniel, Thomas, William, the first wife of G. G. GLENN, near Salem, and the first wife of James BROWN, of Salem--are dead, while two--Dr. H. W. COX, of Salem, and Milton COX, of California--are living.
  Mrs. COX was well known and highly respected, and her death will be deeply mourned by all her friends, old and new.
  The funeral will take place at the residence, on Front street, this (Tuesday) morning, at 9 o'clock.  The interment will be at the family burying ground, ten miles south of Salem.  Friends invited." Daily Statesman, September 11, 1888 3:3.

COX, Ida
  b.            1863
  d. 23 Aug 1863
  "Died--In Salem, Aug 23d, of flux, Ida Ellen, daughter of Thos H. and L. A. COX, aged 4 months and 16 days." Oregon Statesman, August 24, 1863 2:6.

COX, Joseph
  b.            1811
  d. 20 Oct 1876
  "Another Pioneer Gone. Yesterday morning, October 20th, Mr. Joseph COX, in the 65th year of his age, passed to that other land, towards which we are all tending.  He was born in 1811 and came to Oregon in 1847.  He was a member of the Constitutional Convention, and an active member of the State Pioneer Association. The funeral will take place from his late residence this morning about nine o'clock.  His remains will be taken for interment to the burial place donated by him for a cemetery on his old farm about ten miles south of this city." Weekly Oregon Statesman, October 27, 1876 5:1.

COX, Martha
  b. 25 Oct 1791
  d. 22 May 1849

COX, Thomas
  b. 22 Oct 1791
  d. 08 Oct 1862
  "Died--At the residence of B. F. HARDING in this place, on the 8th inst., Thomas COX, aged 71 years." Oregon Statesman,  October 20, 1862 2:6.

DUMAS, Eva Jane
  b. 12 Apr 1880
  d. 25 Jun 1977
  [dau of George & Catherine Marlatt]
  "Eva J. Dumas-Forest Lawn-Glendale". Los Angeles Times June 28, 1977 2:4.

FLUBACHER, Anna
  b. 13 Nov 1897
  d. 21 Nov 1921
  "Died at the family home near Sydney, Ore. November 22, 1921, Annie FLUBACHER, aged 42 years.  She is survived by a brother, Carl FLUBACHER of Sydney, and three sisters, Lena FLUBACHER of Sydney, Friedi FLUBACHER of Estacada, and Mrs. Bertha MCCLULLOM of Canada.  The funeral was held from the home at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. F. W. Lauper of the Salem Evangelical church officiating.  Interment at Sydney Cemetery." The Jefferson Review, November 25, 1921 1:5.

FLUBACHER, Gustaf
  b.        1881
  d. 05 Aug 1906
  "Flierruht in Gottes namen"

FLUBACHER, John F. "Father"
  b.        1839
  d. 04 Apr 1938
  "At the residence near Sidney, April 4, John F. FLUBACHER, aged 99 years, one month.  Survived by son, Carl, at Sidney; daughters, Mrs. Bertha MCCLULLOM Canada, Mrs. Freda FINSER of Estacada and Lena FLUBACHER of Sidney.  Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday from the Terwilliger funeral home." Oregon Statesman,  April 6, 1938 5:1.

FLUBACHER, Karl "Son"
  b.        1872
  d. 25 Aug 1941
  "FLUBACHER--Carl FLUBACHER, at the residence on route 3, August 25, at the age of 69.  Survivors include Miss Lena FLUBACHER of Salem; Mrs. L. G. MCCALLUM of Alberta, Canada; Mrs. Joe FINSTER of Estacada, and also several nieces and nephews.  Funeral services to be held Wednesday, August 27, at 2:30 p.m. at the Rose Lawn Funeral home.  Concluding service at Cox Cemetery." Oregon Statesman, August 27, 1941 5:5.

FLUBACHER, Lena
  b. 07 Aug 1867
  d. 07 Jun 1953
  "Lena FLUBACHER Dies in Portland--Jeferson friends and former neighbors of Miss Lena FLUBACHER have learned of her death at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frieda FINSTER, in Estacada on June 7.  Graveside services will be held Saturday afternoon, June 13, in the Cox cemetery at Sidney.
  Miss FLUBACHER was born August 7, 1867 in Tringen, Germany, and came to the United States in 1892, living on a farm near Sidney until 1943, when she went to live in Estacada.
  Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Frieda FINSTER of Estacada, and numerous nieces and nephews."  The Jefferson Review, June 12, 1953 1:4.

GLENN, George G.
  b. 06 Mar 1828
  d. 31 Aug 1890
  "GLENN--Near his residence, ten miles south of Salem, on Sunday, August 31, 1890, George G. GLENN.
  The death of Mr. GLENN was sudden.  He was hitching up his horses near his home at about 4 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, and fell dead in his tracks, from some sort of heart trouble.
  Mr. GLENN was well known among Oregon pioneers, and among horsemen and members of the Grange.  He was a successful horse breeder and a devoted member of the Grange.
  He was 62 years of age, having been born in Ohio, March 6, 1828.  He came to Oregon in 1853.  He was married to Malinda COX, daughter of Hon. Joseph COX, Dec. 25, 1855.  She died Oct. 28, 1882.  Four children are left to mourn the loss of a good and kind father.  They are Charles, Josie and Jessie GLENN, residing at home, and Mrs. Nellie PURVER, living in British Columbia.
  The funeral will be held at 11 o'clock a.m. today, Tuesday, and the body will be laid to rest in the family burying ground.  Friends of the family are invited.
  The news of the sudden death of Mr. GLENN, who appeared only a few days ago to be in good health, will be a sad surprise to a host of friends throughout the state." Oregon Statesman, September 2, 1890 4:3.

GLENN, Georgia L.
  b. 10 Nov 1877
  d. 03 Sep 1880
  [dau of Malinda & George G. GLENN]

GLENN, Georgiana
  b. 13 Jul 1865
  d. 07 Feb 1866
  6mo25ds
  "Died--In Marion county, Feb 7th, Georganna, aged 6 mos and 25 days.  And on the 4th of March, Lizzie T. aged 11 months and 6 days, youngest daughters of G. G. and M. E. GLENN." Oregon Statesman, March 19, 1866 3:4.

GLENN, Laura B.
  b. 20 Apr 1857
  d. 19 Oct 1877
  "Died--At the residence of her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth COX, about 2 o'clock p.m. Friday, October 19th, Miss Laura B. GLENN, daughter of George G. GLENN of the Santiam Bottom, aged about 20 years.  The remains will be removed this afternoon to the home of her parents some ten miles south of town and the funeral obsequies will take place Sunday afternoon.  Friends of the deceased desiring to see the remains will call this a.m. at the residence of Mrs. Eliza COX, corner of Front and Chemeketa streets." Oregon Daily Statesman, October 20, 1877 3:2.

GLENN, Lizzie T.
  b. 26 Mar 1864
  d. 04 Mar 1866
  "Died--In Marion county, Feb 7th, Georganna, aged 6 mos and 25 days.  And on the 4th of March, Lizzie T. aged 11 months and 6 days, youngest daughters of G. G. and M. E. GLENN." Oregon Statesman, March 19, 1866 3:4.

GLENN, Malinda E.
  b. 27 Mar 1841
  d. 28 Oct 1882
  [wife of George G. GLENN]
  [dau of Joseph and Eliza COX]

GRENZ, Adam Sr.
  b.        1843
  d. 02 Nov 1899
  "Died--GRENZ--At Sidney, Oregon, at 6 o'clock on Thursday morning, Nov. 2, 1899, of liver complaint, Adam GRENZ, aged 52 years.  Deceased leaves a wife and six children.  The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock today (Friday), and the interment will be in the cemetery at Sidney." Oregon Statesman, November 3, 1899 8:1.

HARDING, Adelia [broken stone]
  b. 20 Nov 1856
  d. 12 Dec 1862
  [dau of B. F. and Eliza HARDING]

HARDING, Eliza [broken stone]
  b. 06 Jun 1829
  d. 18 Aug 1867
  [wife of Benjamin Franklin HARDING and dau of Thomas COX]

HARDING, Elizabeth
  b. 04 Oct 1862
  d. 06 May 1867
  [dau of B. F. and Eliza HARDING]

HEINRICHS, Joshua
  b. 21 Apr 1981
  d. 21 Apr 1981
  "Jacob and Joshua HEINRICHS, infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robin and Barbara HEINRICHS, 1420 Riverbend NW, died at birth Tuesday in Salem Hospital General Unit.
  Survivors besides their parents, include a sister, Katrina, Salem; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie HEINRICHS, Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert RIFFLE, Sanger, Calif.; and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence FINLAY, Lincoln City.
  Private services were held Thursday in Cox cemetery, Jefferson, under the direction of Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary."  Statesman-Journal, April 25, 1981 2B:5.

HEINRICHS, Jacob
  b. 21 Apr 1981
  d. 21 Apr 1981
  "Jacob and Joshua HEINRICHS, infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robin and Barbara HEINRICHS, 1420 Riverbend NW, died at birth Tuesday in Salem Hospital General Unit.
  Survivors besides their parents, include a sister, Katrina, Salem; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie HEINRICHS, Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert RIFFLE, Sanger, Calif.; and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence FINLAY, Lincoln City.
  Private services were held Thursday in Cox cemetery, Jefferson, under the direction of Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary."  Statesman-Journal, April 25, 1981 2B:5.

HOGG, Archibald
  b. 01 Apr 1840
  d. 16 May 1890
  "At the home one the Ankeny farm near Jefferson, last Friday, May 16, 1890 of Bright's desease, Archibald HOGG, aged 50 years.  He was born in [Darehead, Parrish of Crawford Co. of Lanark, Scotland] Dumfrieshire, Scotland, April 1, 1840.  He emigrated to New Zealand in 1864, to California in 1876, and to Oregon in 1880.  He had lived in Oregon ten years, the greater portion of that time in the community where he died.  He had been sick more or less for two years, but his final severe illness lasted but two days.  His wife died several years ago in California.  He had been living with his only two children, a girl of fifteen and a boy of thirteen, who are the only relatives in this country left to mourn his loss by death.  After funeral services at the house on Sunday at 11 a.m., a very large procession of neighbors and friends followed the remains to the Cox cemetery for burial.  The sympathy of the entire community is for the children, and they shall not be in want of many warm friends." Daily Statesman, May 20, 1890 4:3.

JOHNSTON, Louise Helena
  b. 11 Mar 1903
  d. 27 Jul 1978
  "Jefferson--Funeral for Louisa Helena JOHNSTON, 75, Rt. 1 Box 119, who died Thursday at an Albany nursing home, will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Talbot Community Church with the Rev. George Simon officiating.  Burial follows at Cox Cemetery in Sidney.  Memorials may be made to the church's memorial fund.  Viewing hours will be until 8 tonight and for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Aasum Funeral Home of Albany, which is in charge of arrangements.
  She was born March 11, 1903, in Sidney, where she grew up and received her education.  She married Clifford F. JOHNSTON in Sidney, and they lived in that area and farmed.  He died in 1945.
  A member of the Talbot Community Church, she also belonged to Ankeny Grange for 48 years and later was a member of Kaiser Grange.
  Survivors include a son, Wayne of Jefferson; a stepson, James JOHNSTON of Sunnyside, Wash., a stepdaughter, Enola ENGLEBORN of Salem; four grandchildren; and one great grandchild."  Albany Democrat-Herald, July 28, 1978 9:7-8.

KEZERTA, Sarah S.
  b.        1830
  d. 20 Feb 1897
  [wife of Simon P. KEZERTA]
  [on stone with her sister Love Letitia BROWN COCHRANE]
  "Mrs. Sarah S. KEZERTA, aged 70 years, died near Ankeny, south of Salem, on Saturday night, her ailment being cancer of the stomach.  The remains were buried at Ankeny yesterday."  Oregon Daily Statesman, February 23, 1897 5:3.

KIESCHNICK, Amelia
  b.        1844
  d. 17 Apr 1921
  "KIELSCHNICK--At a local hospital, April 17, at 3:30 a.m., Mrs. Emelia KEILSCHNICK, at the age of 73 years.  Mrs. KIELSCHNICK has been in this country for 40 years, coming here from Germany.
  The funeral will be at the cemetery at Sidney at 2 o'clock this afternoon.  The body is at the Webb & Clough chapel." The Oregon Statesman, April 19, 1921 5:4.

KIESCHNICK, John
  b.        1845
  d.        1919
  [brother of Robert H. KEISCHNICK and      Johannah RALLE]
  [served in Prussian Army]

KIESCHNICK, Marie Helen
  b. 05 Apr 1859
  d. 29 May 1933
  "Mrs. Robert Kieschnick was buried Tuesday afternoon in the Sidney Cemetery.  Her death occurred May 30.  She was born April 5, 1859 in Desden, Germany, and was married to Robert Kieschnick in 1885.  They came to the United States in May 1891 and settled in Sidney.  Mrs. Louise Johnston, a granddaughter, George Ralle, a grandson, and Wayne Johnston a great grandson, all of Sidney, survive."  Jefferson Review, June 9, 1933 1:2
  "Funeral services held for Jefferson woman--Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Helen KIESCHNICK, 74, who died at her home on Route 1, Jefferson, May 29, after a lingering illness, were held at the Cox cemetery, Tuesday, with Rev. E. H. Belknap officiating.  She is survived by her widower, Robert KIESCHNICK.  The funeral was under the direction of Clough-Barrick company."  The Albany Democrat-Herald, June 1, 1933 2:7.

KIESCHNICK, Robert Hezma
  b.        1856
  d. 11 Jun 1933
  [brother of John KIESCHNICK and Johannah RALLE]
  "Robert H. KIESCHNICK of route 1, Jefferson, June 11, aged 77 years.  Graveside services at the Cox cemetery, Tuesday June 13 at 2 p.m. under direction of Clough-Barrick company.  Rev. Amos Minneman officiating." Oregon Statesman, June 13, 1933 3:2.

LINDQUIST, Harold L. "Red"
  b. Mar 1917
  d. 11 Jun 1990
  "March 1917--June 11, 1990--Jefferson--Harold L. "Red" Lindquist, 73, died Monday at his home.
  He was born in Gowrie, Iowa.  He served in the Army during World War II and married Lois C. Carr on June 26, 1948, in Fort Dodge, Iowa.  He owned and operated an electrical appliance store in Iowa.  He moved to the Jefferson area in 1956.
  He was a member of the Methodist Church, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local No. 280 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 584 in Albany.  He enjoyed hunting and fishing.
  Survivors include his wife; sons, Michael H. of Salem, Elwood J. of Keizer, and Mark S. of Albany; daughters, Marilyn K. Hart and Elaine M. Stauffer, both of Albany; brother, Delbert of Gowrie; sister, Adelyn Miller of Harcourt, Iowa; and eight grandchildren.
  Visiting hours will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Salem.  Graveside services with military honors will begin at 11 a.m. Friday in Cox Cemetery.
  Contributions may be made to the Oregon Lung Association or the American Diabetes Association."  Statesman Journal, June 12, 1990 2B:2

MARLATT, Catherine
  b.        1846
  d. 17 May 1942
  his wife
  "Funeral Set Wednesday-Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine MARLATT, who died Sunday at her home in Talbot, are to be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Christian Church in Jefferson under the direction of Walker-Howell Funeral Home.  Rev. James Whitaker will officiate and interment will be in the Cox cemetery.
  Born in Grand Rapids, Mich., in 1846, whe came to Oregon in 1875.  She lived in Portland for two years when she moved to the Sidney district, where she lived until the time of her death.  She was married to George MARLATT in 1878.
  Survivors include one son; George H. MARLATT, Talbot; one daughter, Mrs. Eva J. DUMAS, Los Angeles, and one sister, Mrs. Mary TUTTLE, Cosmopolis, Wash." Oregon Statesman, May 19, 1942 5:3.

MARLATT, Francis Dee
  b. 20 Mar 1939
  d. 08 Aug 1997
  "March 20, 1939--Aug. 8, 1997--Jefferson--Francis D. Marlatt, 58, died Friday of a heart attack.
  Born in Talbot, he attended Jefferson schools through graduation and then Oregon College of Education for two years.  He worked for Pacific Power and Light for 37 years, starting in 1960.  He was a member of Talbot Community Church and Eagles Aries No. 2255.  He was also a former Master of Masonic Lodge, and enjoyed fishing and hunting.  He married Freida Stark on June 14, 1958.
  Survivors include his sons, Glenn, Douglas, and David, all of Jefferson; daughter, Rebecca McKibben of Salem, mother, Edoise Brown of Keno; brothers, William of Keno, and George and Gail, both of California; sister, Florence Reese; two grandchildren; and two stepgrandchildren.
  Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Talbot Community Church.  Interment will be at Cox Cemetery.  Arrangements by Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Chapel of the Gardens.  Contributions: Jefferson Fire Department."  Statesman Journal, August 3, 1997 4C:2

MARLATT, George Marion
  b. 19 Nov 1851
  d. 01 Oct 1925
  "Pioneer Resident Passes On--George M. MARLATT, pioneer resident of Sidney passed away at the family home Thursday noon.  Mr. MARLATT was born in Missouri November 19th, 1851 and crossed the plains to Oregon with his parents, when six months of age.  The family settled on a donation land claim near Sidney seventy-three years ago and there Mr. MARLATT lived his entire life.  On November 14th, 1878, he was married to Miss Catherine CLAYTON and to this union two children were born, Eva J. and George H.  Mr. MARLATT has been in poor health for several years but his condition was not deemed alarming and his sudden death Thursday came as an intense shock to his family and friends.  Mr. MARLATT has been a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge of Jefferson for fifty three years.  This organization had charge of the services held at the home Saturday afternoon.  Mr. MARLATT leaves to mourn his departure, his widow, Mrs. Catherine MARLATT, one daughter, Mrs. Eva DUMAS of Berkeley, Cal., one son George H. and one grandson, Lloyd MARLATT of Sidney.  Interment was made in the family plot in the Cox cemetery near Sidney." The Jefferson Review, October 9, 1925 1:5.

MARLATT, William E.
  b.
  d. 29 Sep 1870
  [son of T. & A. MARLATT]

MCDONALD, Eliza J.
  b.        1848
  d. 16 Feb 1880
  [wife of O. R. MCDONALD]
  "Died-At Malheur Agency, of billious remittent fever, Feb. 16th, Mrs. E. J. MCDONALD, daughter of John NYE, aged 31 years and 3 months." The Weekly Oregon Statesman, March 5, 1880 1:4.

MCHENRY, James Lee
  b. 03 Feb 1930
  d. 26 Apr 1978
  Cpl U.S. Army-Korea
  "James Lee MCHENRY, 48, of Route 1, Box 110B, Jefferson, died Wednesday at a Portland Hospital.
  He was born in Mt. Ayr, Iowa.  He was owner of a barber shop in Powers prior to his retirement seven years ago when he moved to Jefferson.  He was a Korean conflict Army veteran.
  He is survived by wife, Georgia Louise; son, Michael G., Jefferson; daughters, Cynthia L. MCHENRY, Lisa D. MCHENRY, both Jefferson; mother, Welma SMITH, Springfield; brother, John D. MCHENRY, Pullman, Wash.; sister, Donnella NEWMAN, Springfield.
  Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Talbot Community Church with private interment at the Cox Cemetery.
  Casket will be open from 1 p.m. Thursday to noon Friday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary." Oregon Statesman, April 27, 1978 4C:3.

MCHENRY, Michael George
  b. 07 Oct 1961
  d. 16 Jun 1985
  son - brother - father
  "Michael George MCHENRY, 23, of Albany, died June 16 of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident June 15.
  A funeral service will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Talbot Community Church and burial follows at Cox Cemetery at Talbot.
  Viewing hours will be from 4 to 8 tonight at the Fisher Funeral Home.  Memorials can be made to the American Heart Association.
  He was born Oct 7, 1961 in Albany.
  MCHENRY had lived in Eugene, Powers, and Jefferson before moving to Albany in 1964.  He attended schools at Powers and was a graduate of Jefferson High School's Class of 1979.
  MCHENRY was a nursing assistant at the Mennonite Home.  He was a member of the Talbot Community Church.
  Survivors include one daughter, Tabitha, Albany; mother and stepfather Louise and Robert ELLIOTT, both of Jefferson, stepbrothers Kenneth and Scott ELLIOTT, both of Jefferson, two sisters, Cynthia and Lisa MCHENRY both of Albany and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George ATKINSON, Sisters and Mrs. Donald SMITH, Springfield." Albany Democrat-Herald, June 18, 1985 2:5.

MCKENNEY, Jennie M.
  b.        1867
  d. 13 Sep 1937
  "Mrs. Jennie MCKENNEY, at the home in the Auburn district, September 13, at the age of 70 years.  Survived by five children, Wade F. MCKENNEY, Portland; Mrs. C. S. CLARK, Turner; Clark MCKENNEY, Salem; James D. MCKENNEY, Sweet Home.  Five grandchildren, Summer H., Clarissa and Frances CLARK, all of Turner; Jimmie D. and Dickie MCKENNEY, both of Sweet Home.  Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Sept 15, at the Clough-Barrick chapel at 2 p.m.  Interment Cox cemetery." Oregon Statesman, September 15, 1937 5:1.

MCKENNEY, William
  b.        1864
  d. 07 May 1932
  "W. L. MCKENNEY died at the residence on route 1, box 121, May 7, at the age of 68 years.  Survived by widow, Jennie, at home; brother, Charles MCKENNEY of Logan, Ia.; daughter, Mrs. Margaret CLARK of Turner; sons, Wade of Portland, Claude and James at home; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Hazel MCKENNEY of Portland; three grandchildren.  Funeral services from the Clough-Barrick company, Church at Ferry, Monday, May 9, at 1:30 p.m., with Rev. Kantner officiating.  Interment Sydney cemetery." Oregon Statesman, May 8, 1932 5:2.

MEIER, Charles F.
  b. 30 Nov 1865
  d. 08 Mar 1933
  "Charles MEIER is called by death--Charles MEIER, 68, died early Monday morning at his home near Sidney, after being in poor health the last two years.  He leaves his widow and three children, Mrs. Maggie MARLATT and C. T. MEIER of near Sidney, and Mrs. Mary PETTYJOHN of Roberts; and two sisters, Mrs. Ann MILLER of Baker City and Mrs. Elizabeth FIGARD of Bandon.  Mr. MEIER was born in Brooklyn, New York.  He has been a resident of this part of the community for the past 45 years.
  Funeral services will be held at the Christian church in Jefferson Wednesday at 11 a.m. with interment in the Sidney cemetery."  Oregon Statesman, March 8, 1933 6:4.

MEIER, Charles F.
  b.        1892
  d. 31 Oct 1942
  "Charles F. MEIER, 48, late resident of Jefferson, at a local hospital, October 31.  Son of Mrs. Maggie MEIER of Jefferson; brother of Mrs. George H. MARLATT and Mrs. D. PETTYJOHN, both of Jefferson; uncle of Lloyd MARLATT of Jefferson.  Member of Salem Lodge No. 336, BPOE. Services will be held in the Walker and Howell chapel Tuesday, November 3, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. W. Irvin Williams will officiate.  Ritualistic services under auspices of Salem Lodge No 336 BPOE.  Concluding services in Cox cemetery near Talbot." Oregon Statesman, November 3, 1942 5:1.

MEIER, Maggie
  b.        1886
  d. 23 Nov 1953
  "Rites Today for Mrs. MEIER, 88, of Jefferson--Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie MEIER, 88, Jefferson Route 1, who died Monday, will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in Howell-Edwards Funeral Home, Salem.
  The Rev. Mervin MCGILL, Jefferson, will officiate and burial will be at Cox Cemetery near Sidney.
  Mrs. MEIER had been a resident of the Sidney and Jefferson communities for the past 55 years.  Her husband, Charles MEIER, a farmer, died about 20 years ago.
  Mrs. MEIER was born in Toronto, Can., April 27, 1865, and came to the U.S. as a young girl.  She was married in Ord, Neb., in 1887.
  She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Margueritee MARLATT, where she made her home recently.  Mrs. MEIER had been in poor health the last two years.
  Surviving, besides Mrs. MARLATT, is another daughter, Mrs. Mary PETTYJOHN, Jefferson; one grandson, Lloyd MARLATT, Jefferson; six great grandchildren and one great, great granddaughter." Oregon Statesman, November 25, 1953 Sec 2, 3:7.

MEIER, Mary
  b.       1826
  d.       1891

MINTO, Jessie Glenn
  b.       1879
  d. 24 Aug 1956
  "Widow of Former Oregon Warden Dies in Florida--The widow of former Oregon state penitentiary warden, Harry Minto, has died in Tampa, Florida at the age 79.
  Mrs. Jess GLENN MINTO, whose husband was killed in a prison outbreak 40 years ago, died Aug 24 in a Tampa nursing home.  After her husband's death, she travelled over the United States and abroad.  She had lived in Florida for several years.
  Among the survivors are three nieces:  Mrs. Robert S. SMITH, Albany; Mrs. Arthur COS, Seattle; and Mrs. Fred FOSTER, Vancouver, B.C." Capital Journal, September 1, 1956 Sec 1 2:5.

MOORE, George J.
  b.
  d. 16 Oct 1930
  "Sidney--George MOORE, one of the oldest settlers of this district, was laid to rest beside his wife in the community graveyard on the J. O. FARR farm near here Sunday.  He leaves no relatives.  MOORE died in Oregon City Thursday.  He came to this vicinity in1878 where he continued to make his home.  At one time he was an extensive hop grower."  Capital Journal, October 20, 1930 9:8.

MOORE, Rebecca A.
  b.        1839
  d. 04 Sep 1907
  "Death of Mrs. MOORE Still Deep Mystery--The remains of Mrs. Rebecca MOORE, the aged lady who was found dead in her home near Buena Vista Wednesday evening, were buried yesterday, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. Barr G. Lee of the Episcopal church of this city.
  Sheriff Culver, Deputy Minto and Dr. J. N. Smith were at the MOORE home yesterday for the purpose of continuing the investigation to find, if possible, some clue that might unravel the mystery surrounding the death of the aged lady.
  After Dr. Smith's examination give out the statement that the fractures of the bones in the face of the dead woman could not possibly have been inflicted any other way than by a blow.  The cheek bones and the upper jaw bones were badly shattered and practically the whole face bruised.
  The investigation also brought to light that the throat was cut after the supposed assault had taken place and that Mrs. MOORE met her death near the noon hour on last Wednesday." Daily Oregon Statesman, September 7, 1907 1:5.
[Additional articles can be found regarding Mrs. Moore's death in the Daily Oregon Statesman, September 5, 6, 8 and 11, 1907; however, the resolution of the case could not be found.]

NYE, Ansel McDonald
  b. 27 Jun 1891
  d. 08 Feb 1921
  "Death of Ansel M. NYE--This community was greatly shocked to learn that Ansel NYE, one of the most popular young men of this section, has passed away at the Deaconess Hospital in Salem Monday afternoon Feb. 8th.  He was thought to be making a rapid recovery from an operation for appendicities, but gangrene had developed and he was not strong enough to make the fight.
  Ansel McDonald NYE, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. NYE, was born on the home farm in the Sydney Precinct June 27, 1891.  On March 1st, 1911, he married Miss Lizzie GRENZ, who with two little sons Donald and Orval mourn the loss of a devoted husband and father.
  Besides his father and mother, two sisters Mrs. Edna WINTERMANTEL of Sydney, and Mrs. H. B. MCCORMICK of Portland survive.
  The funeral was held from the home of J. O. Farr Thrusday at noon and burial was made at the Sydney cemetery." Supplement to The Jefferson Review, February 11, 1921 2:2 [Mrs. Elizabeth G. NYE died at her home in Sonoma, Ca, April 26, 1963.]

NYE, Edith L.
  b. 30 Aug 1870
  d. 29 Aug 1879
  dau of J.S. & M.E.
  Our Darling In Heaven
  This lovely bud so young, so fair;
    called home by early doom.
  Just came to show how sweet a flower,
    in paradise would bloom.

NYE, Infant
  b.
  d.   
  age 1 mo
  d/o R.P. Nye

NYE, John S.
  b. 19 dec 1823
  d. 20 Apr 1902
  "J. S. NYE, who died at his farm home near this city last Sunday, April 20, was born in Ohio, Dec 19, 1823.  He removed to Iowa in 1837 and there married Mary E. Childers, who survives him.  They crossed the plains by ox teams in 1850, coming down the Columbia in canoes.  In 1851 they settled on their donation claim near Jefferson, where they resided until his death.  He was the father of nine children, seven of whom are living, two daughters having preceded the father on the journey to the great beyond.  J. S. NYE was a good man, enjoying the esteem of all.  His hospitable home was ever open to all and his ear never closed to the cry of the needy.  Wonderful are the changes he witnessed during his long and useful life, and, full of years and honor, he willingly laid down life's burden and entered upon his well earned rest.  The funeral obsequies Tuesday were attended by a large number of people, who wished to pay a last tribute to one of Oregon's brave old pioneers." The Jefferson Review, April 26, 1902 3:4.

NYE, Mary E.
  b. 20 Apr 1830
  d. 22 Jun 1923
  "Died--At the residence, 1442 Saginaw St, Salem June 22, Mrs. J. S. NYE, age 93 years, mother of R. P. NYE, of Jefferson, B. F. and G. A. NYE and Mrs. HENSLEY of Salem.  Funeral services were held Sunday at 11 o'clock at the Cox cemetery near Sidney."  The Jefferson Review, June 29, 1923 1:3.

NYE, Mary Jane
  b.        1857
  d. 07 Aug 1949
  "Mrs. Mary Jane NYE, late resident of Salem, at a local hospital August 7.  Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Edna REEVES of Jefferson and Mrs. Hazel SLOAN of Portland, seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren." Oregon Statesman, August 8, 1949 5:2.

NYE, Resinor P.
  b.        1852
  d. 25 Mar 1924
  Father
  "Jefferson Man Aged 72, is Dead--Resnor P. NYE, 72, died at his home in Jefferson at 11:45 last night of heart trouble.  He is survived by his wife, two daughters and eight grandchildren.  The daughters are: Mrs. Edna REEVES, of Jefferson and Mrs. Hazel SHAN of Portland.
  Funeral services will be held at the Jefferson home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be conducted by Rev. Hornschuck.  The burial will be in the Sidney cemetery."  The Albany Democrat, March 26, 1924 6:6.

PALMER, Robert R.
  b. 01 Sep 1871
  d. 03 Dec 1882

PETTYJOHN, Albert D.
  b.        1883
  d. 11 Feb 1956
  "Albert D. PETTYJOHN--At a local hospital, February 11 at the age of 72 years.  Survived by his wife Mrs. Mary PETTYJOHN, Independence, Oregon, brother Delbert PETTYJOHN, Portland, Oregon.  Services will be held in the Howell-Edward chapel Tuesday, February 14 at 1:30 p.m.  Rev. Melvin McGill will officiate.  Concluding services will be held in Cox cemetery."  Oregon Statesman, February 14, 1956 Sec II 6:2.

PETTYJOHN, Mary Meier
  b.        1890
  d. 24 Mar 1969
  "Independence--Mary PETTYJOHN, 78, 46 Walnut St., died Wednesday in a Salem nursing home.
  Born in Marion County, she lived in the area all her life, spending many years near Jefferson where her late husband was a farmer.
  She is survived by a sister Mrs. Marguerite MARLATT, Jefferson.
  Services will be 10 a.m. Friday in Howell-Edwards mortuary, Salem.
  Interment will be in Cox cemetery, south of Salem." Oregon Statesman, March 27, 1969 10:5. [wife of Albert D. and daughter of Charles and Mary MEIER]

POLLEY, Edwin J.
  b.        1862
  d. 01 Dec 1863
  son of J.C. & N. POLLEY

POLLEY, Elizabeth
  b. 01 Mar 1813
  d. 15 May 1889
  "POLLY--In Corvallis, on May 15, 1889, at 3 a.m., Mrs. Elizabeth COX POLLY, aged 76 years.
  The deceased was the wife of Peter POLLY, an old resident of Corvallis.  She was born in Reas county, Ohio, in 1813, crossed the plains in `47, resided in Marion county for twenty seven years, and the remainder of the time in Benton county.  She was married to Mr. POLLY in 1829, and has passed sixty years of wedded life.  She was the mother of two sons, one of whom is living--Joseph POLLY of Alsea, and former owner of the Occidental hotel here.  She become a member of the Methodist denomination fifty-two years ago.  She has been a partial invalid for quite a number of years.  The funeral services were conducted by Rev. E. J. Thompson at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, and the remains were taken by carriage to the Cox burying ground, ten miles south of Salem." The Corvallis Gazette, May 17, 1889 3:7.

POLLEY, Joseph
  b.
  d.        1911
may be Joseph, son of J.C Polley or may be the father, Joseph C. Polley b. Sep 1831 Fountain Co, IN; was a hotel keeper in Corvallis in 1880; md 02 Jul 1857 Nancy Penland (b. 26 Apr 1841 Fleming Co, KY)

POLLEY, Peter
  b. 09 Jul 1806
  d.
  [buried near Alsea in Benton Co]

POLLEY, William A.
  b.        1860
  d. 09 Jan 1864
  age 3yr8mo10dys
  son of J.C. & N. POLLEY

RALLE, Anna
  b. 26 Aug 1901
  d. 27 Aug 1901
  1 day old
  "Died-RAHL, at Sidney, Oregon, Tuesday August 27, 1901, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. RAHL." Daily Oregon Statesman, August 28, 1901 6:4.

RALLE, George
  b. 23 Jul 1865 Germany
  d. 10 Jul 1944
  "George L. RALLE, Sr., late resident of Jefferson, at a local hospital July 10. Survived by a daughter, Louise JOHNSTON of Jefferson; a son, George L. RALLE, Jr. of Scio, and four grandchildren.  Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Wednesday, July 12, at 1:30 p.m., with Rev. Henry Turnidge officiating.  Interment in Cox cemetery." The Oregon Statesman, July 11, 1944, 5:1.

RALLE, Johannah [KIESCHNICK]
  b. 12 Jun 1879
  d. 23 Jan 1922
  "Died--RALLO, Johanna, wife of George RALLO, of Sidney, Ore., died at the family home, Wednesday, January 24.  The funeral is to be held today, from the family residence, and the burial will be in the Eidney cemetery.  The arrangements are in the care of the Terwilliger home." Oregon Statesman, January 26, 1922 5:5.

RALLE, Kathryn
  b.        1905
  d.        1905
  1 day old
  [dau of Johannah & George RALLE]

REEVES, Edna M.: see WINTERMANTEL, Edna M.

RIDDLE, Infant
  b. 20 Jun 1952
  d. 21 Jun 1952
  "Infant Dies; Funeral Held at Albany Today--Darling Baby RIDDLE, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin RIDDLE, RFD 1, Jefferson, died Saturday at a local hospital where she was born Friday.
  She is survived by her parents, her brother and sister, David and Camelia and Mr. and Mrs. George RIDDLE, Rt. 1, Jefferson, her grandparents.
  Funeral services were held today at the Ankeny cemetery, Marion County, under the supervision of the Fisher funeral home.  The Rev. Shelton of the Talbot Community church was in charge of the services."  Albany Democrat-Herald, June 23, 1952 2:2.

ROBY, Mrs. Reason
  b.        1836
  d.        1916

STERLING, Tommy
  b. 15 Sep 1892
  d. 26 Apr 1893
  "Died--The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Thad STERLING; at the residence seven miles south of Salem, April 26, 1893, from lagrippe, aged 6 months.
  The remains will be interred at Ankeny's burial ground." Daily Oregon Statesman, April 28, 1893 4:3.

TEMPLER, John
  b.        1800
  d.        1880
  age 80 years

TODD, Arthur
  b.        1909
  d. 24 Dec 1987
  "Lifelong Jefferson resident Arthur TODD died last Thursday at the age of 78.
  He was born in Jefferson and farmed in the area all of his life.  He was an army veteran of World War II.
  Survivors include his brother, Ernest, Salem, and sisters, Golda WIEDERKEHR of Jefferson and Sylvia CALAVAN of Salem.
  Services were held Tuesday in Salem and interment was in the Cox Cemetery." The Jefferson Review, December 31, 1987 2:2.

TODD, Basil
  b. 25 Nov 1827
  d. 25 Nov 1918
  "Tho' lost to sight, to memory dear"
  [married twice]
  "Basil TODD, aged about ninety years, died Monday at his home in Sidney, from infirmities incidental to old age." The Jefferson Review, November 29, 1918 3:2.

TODD, Bertha L. [GEISLER]
  b. 15 Jul 1879
  d. 15 Feb 1958
  "Bertha TODD Succumbs in Salem Hospital--Memorial services were held Wednesday, feb. 19, in the Howell-Edwards chapel in Salem for Mrs. Bertha TODD of Jefferson.  Mrs. TODD, widow of Ernest TODD, who died in 1947, has been a resident of Sidney district for the past 55 years.
  The Rev. Ralph Knauf of Talbot Community church officiated.  Wesley Rogers sang In the Garden and Beautiful Isle of Somewhere.  Burial was in the Cox cemetery.
  Pallbearers were Don TURNIDGE, Claude PILCHER, Frank GILMOUR, Charles KEESECKER, Glen EDWARDS and Wayne JOHNSTON.
  Mrs. TODD died Feb. 15 in a Salem hospital.  She was born in Germany on July 15, 1879, but came to the United States at an early age.  She was married to Ernest TODD at Ulm, Ark., in 1901.
  Mrs. TODD was a member of the Talbot Community church.
  Surviving are three sons, Roy and Arthur TODD of Jefferson, and Ernest TODD of Salem; daughters Mrs. Golda WIEDERKEHR of Jefferson and Mrs. Sylvia CALAVAN of Salem; two sisters, seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren." The Jefferson Review, February 21, 1958 1:4.

TODD, Dollie
  b. 09 Feb 1907
  d. 12 Feb 1907
  age 3 days
  dau of Mr. and Mrs. E. TODD

TODD, Ernest
  b. 20 Jan 1878
  d. 16 Feb 1947
  [son of Basil and Second wife]
  "Ernest TODD at his home at Toledo, Ore., Sunday, February 16.  Husband of Mrs. Bertha TODD of Toledo, father of Mrs. Golda WIEDERKEHR and Roy TODD of Jefferson, Mrs. Sylvia CALAVAN and Arthur TODD of Toledo and Ernest TODD of Salem and brother of Mrs. Janie WIRSING of San Francisco.  Also survived by six grandchildren.  Services will be held Thursday, February 20, at 2 p.m. at the Clough-Barrick chapel with the Rev. S. Raynor Smith officiating.  Interment in the Cox cemetery." Oregon Statesman, February 19, 1947 5:1.

TODD, Orpha S.
  b.        1908
  d.

TODD, Prairieton
  b. 23 Dec 1860
  d. 11 Mar 1932
  "Practice the Golden Rule"
  [son of Basil and first wife; m'd Rachel Shupe]
  [He platted cemetery Dec 1, 1926]
  "TODD--At the residence route 1 Jefferson, Friday, March 11, Prairieton TODD, age 71.  Survived by sister, Mrs. A. J. WIRSING of Burlington, Wash.; brother, Ernest TODD of Jefferson.  Remains are in care of Clough-Barrick mortuary.  Graveside services will be held at Cox cemetery near Beuna Vista, at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 12, Rev. Adolph Leader of Corvallis officiating." Oregon Statesman, March 12, 1932 5:4.

TODD, Roy Basil
  b. 04 Jul 1902
  d. 11 Mar 1972
  "Roy B. TODD, 69, a long-time resident of Salem and Jefferson areas before moving to Tillamook two years ago, died Saturday at a Tillamook hospital.
  He was born in Falls City.
  Surviving are widow Orpha; sons John, of The Dalles, and Dan, of Tillamook; brothers Ernest, of Salem, and Arthur, of Jefferson; sisters Mrs. Sylvia CALAVAN, Salem and Mrs. Goldia WIEDERKEHR, Jefferson.
  Services will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary, Rev. Bard Marshall officiating.  Interment will be at Cox Cemetery." Oregon Statesman, March 12, 1972 26:1.

TROMBLY, Eliza
  b. 04 Mar 1842
  d. 07 Dec 1922
  "Died--Mrs. Eliza TROMBLEY died at her home at Sidney, Oregon, Dec 7, 1922.  Mrs. TROMBLEY was 80 years old and is survived by Mr. Frank TROMBLEY.  Funeral services in charge of Webb and Clough will be held at the residence at Sidney, Dec 9th, at 1 p.m.  Interment in Sidney cemetery." Daily Oregon Statesman, December 9, 1922 3:4.

TROMBLY, Frank
  b. 20 Aug 1841
  d. 23 Aug 1905
  [husband of Eliza]
  Frank TROMBLEY, for some years a resident of Sidney precinct, died Wednesday from dropsy, aged about 65 years."  The Jefferson Review, August 26, 1905 3:2.

TROMBLY, Frank
  b.        1863
  d. 22 Sep 1950
  [son of Frank and Eliza]
  "Frank TROMBLY, late resident of Jefferson at a local hospital September 22 at the age of 87 years.  Survived by a sister, Mrs. Maggie MEIER, Jefferson, and several nieces and nephews.  Services will be held Tuesday, September 26, at 1:30 p.m. at the Howell-Edwards-chapel with the Rev. Oscar N. Brown officiating.  Interment in Cox cemetery."  Oregon Statesman, September 24, 1950 17:3.

WINTERMANTEL, Edna Monroe
  b. 06 Aug 1879
  d. 13 May 1951
  [At her death her name was: Edna M. NYE WINTERMANTEL REEVES, sister of Ansel McDonald NYE]
  "Funeral Held for Mrs. Edna REEVES--Funeral services for the late Mrs. Edna REEVES who died Sunday following a lingering illness, were held in the Golden Mortuary in Salem, Wednesday morning at 10:30. Rev. Henry Turnidge of Talbot officiated.  Rex Hartley was soloist and sang "In the Garden" and "Nearer My God to Thee."  Bearers were George MARLATT, Jake GILMOUR, Gilbert BELNAP, Delmer DAVIDSON, Ernest FREEMAN and John ZEHNER.  Interment in the Cox cemetery near Sidney.
  Edna Monroe NYE, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Resinor Perry NYE, was born August 6, 1879 at Jefferson, on part of the land claim of her grandparents, J. S. and Mary E. CHILDERS NYE, who crossed the plains by ox team to The Dalles, then on by canoe to Willamette Falls, where they spent the winter of 1849.  The following spring they moved to Jefferson where they spent the remainder of their lives.
  She was married to William F. WINTERMANTLE October 21, 1896.  Three children were born to this union, Ethel, Freddie and Elda.  Mr. WINTERMANTLE passed on July 2, 1917 and on August 11, 1921, she was united in marriage to Ray REEVES who died December 2, 1934.  Her son Freddie passed away December 30, 1932.
  Two daughters survive, Mrs. Ethel BLINSTON, Jefferson, and Elda M. POTTS of Grass Valley; one sister, Hazel B. SLOAN, Portland; grandchildren, Ilene BLINSTON GURGURICH of Jefferson, Betty WINTERMANTLE HEINRICHS, Fresno, Cal., Gary and William POTTS of Jordan Valley; one great grandchild, Delene GURGURICH, Jefferson.
  Mrs. REEVES was a charter member of Ankeny Grange No. 540 and Euclid Chapter O.E.S., Talbott Woman's Club and Talbot Farmers Union."  Albany Democrat-Herald, May 19, 1951 2:7. [mother: Mary Jane (Chittenden) Nye]

WINTERMANTEL, Fred
  b. 16 Jan 1909
  d. 30 Dec 1932
  Son
  "Final Rites Held for WINTERMANTEL--Fred W. WINTERMANTEL, 23, died Friday morning at 4:10 o'clock at the Willamette sanitarium in Salem, after an illness of 10 days from flu and lobe pneumonia.
  Fred was the only son of Mrs. Ray REEVES, and brother of Elda WINTERMANTEL and Mrs. Ethel BLINSTON.  He was born on the WINTERMANTEL farm near Talbot and spent his entire life there.  He was married to Miss Wilma BROWN in 1930.  The widow and a year-old daughter, Betty, survive, besides a host of other relatives and friends.
  Funeral services were held Monday at 1:30 at the Evangelical church in Jefferson, with interment in the Sidney cemetery beside his father, who passed on in 1917."  Oregon Statesman, January 4, 1933 5:5.

WINTERMANTEL, William
  b. 22 Nov 1869
  d. 02 Jul 1917
  Father
  "A Sudden Death--Our people were surprised and sorrowful to learn of the death Monday afternoon of William WINTERMANTEL, one of our best known and most highly respected of farmers, which occurred in his hay field.  He had been in the best of health, and when the Review editor was talking with him at 8 p.m. Sunday he said he felt fine.  He was about 47 years of age, of strict integrity and one of the most popular men in this section, having not an enemy, while his friends were numbered by hundreds.  He leaves a wife and three children besides other relatives to mourn his early death. The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the farm residence, services at the cemetery being under the auspices of Santiam Lodge, I.O.O.F. of which he had long been a member.  At the time of his death he was master of Ankeny Grange.  His many sterling qualities will cause him to long be mourned.  The bereaved family have the heart felt sympathy of the entire community in their hour of bitter sorrow." The Jefferson Review, July 6, 1917 3:2.