Descendants of William Luce

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Head Researcher: Sarah Olsen,

Researcher: Linda Kracke

March 5, 2009

 

Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM1 LUCE was born 16 Jul 1766 in Peconic, Suffolk, New York, and died 22 Jul 1843 in Skilesville, Muhlenberg, Kentucky. He married NANCY ANN NEWMAN 07 Mar 1788 in Boston, Nelson, Kentucky1.

Notes for WILLIAM LUCE:

http://www.angelfire.com/ky2/connie/Luce.html

Luce Family Page by Connie D Poole Hurley

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Burial of William Luce father of Jacob Luce

http://news.rootsweb.com/th/read/KYMUHLEN/2001-01/0979181052

1800 County Court Records

Another road was being laid out from Adam's Ferry to the Green River to

Greenville. Henry Keith, Alexander Keith and William Luce were the viewers.

1810 County Court Records

David Luce to survey a road from the abuttment of the Butler County road to

Solomon Rhoads as it leads to Greenville

1811 County Court Records

David Luce and Jesse Jackson were recommended to the governor as justices of

the peace in place of Solomon Rhoads.

1812 County Court Records

David Luce, esquire, produced a commission from the governor bearing the

date 23 Jul 1811 appointing him justice of the peace in and for the County

of Muhlenberg, who thereupon took the oath to support the Constitution of

the United States, the oath of fidelity to the commonwealth and also the

oath of office. William Luce was surveying a road. (This William Luce is

buried at Old Midway Church Cemetery outside of Rochester in Butler County.

William owned land at Skilesville on both sides of Muddy River as early as

1800.)

William Luce, a very early pioneer had a land grant that embraced all of

Skilesville. Skilesville was called "Model Mills" in the 1860 census.

Richard Simmons married Nancy Elizabeth Luce, daughter of William and Anne

(Greene) Luce and granddaughter of Abner and Mehetabel (Hallock) Luce and

great-granddaughter of Eleazer Luce. Nancy Luce's father, William, owned

all the land that embraced Skilesville as early as 1800. Richard H. and

Nancy Elizabeth (Luce) Simmons were the parents of Mary Ann, Duff Greene,

Jonathan Luce, Richard H. Jr., Nancy Isabella, and John Wesley Simmons.

More About WILLIAM LUCE and NANCY NEWMAN:

Marriage: 07 Mar 1788, Boston, Nelson, Kentucky1

Child of WILLIAM LUCE and NANCY NEWMAN is:

2. i. JACOB2 LUCE, b. 03 Apr 1808, Skilesville, Muhlenberg, Kentucky; d. 06 Mar 1879, Canyon City, Grant, Oregon.

 

Generation No. 2

2. JACOB2 LUCE (WILLIAM1) was born 03 Apr 1808 in Skilesville, Muhlenberg, Kentucky, and died 06 Mar 1879 in Canyon City, Grant, Oregon. He married RHUANNAH BELL BUCKLES 18 Feb 1827 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM BUCKLES. She was born 01 Feb 1805 in Jamestown, Jefferson Co. Virginia, and died 24 Oct 1891 in John Day, Grant, OR.

Notes for JACOB LUCE:

http://www.oregonpioneers.com/1853.htm

Emigrants to Oregon in 1853 compiled by Stephenie Flora copyright © 2004

LUCE, Jacob

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1850 Census IA Mahaska Pg 200

Jacob Luce 42 M Farmer KY

Ruhamma Luce 45 F VA

William Luce 23 M Farmer KY

David Luce 21 M Farmer KY

Polly A Luce 18 F KY

Nancy Luce 13 F KY

Jane Luce 11 F KY

Henry B Luce 8 M KY

John Luce 7 M IA

Isaac Luce 3 3 M IA

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1860 Census OR Lane Spencer Duckworth Pg 269

Line 30

617 617 Jacob Luce 52 M Farmer KY

Ruhama Luce 55 F House Wife VA

Isaac Luce 12 M IA

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1870 Census OR Lane Spencer Pg 532

Line 21

11 11 Luce Jacob 62 MW Farmer KY

---------, Ruhama 65 FW Keepps House VA

---------, Henry 27 MW Student KY

---------, Isaac 22 MW Laborer IA

More About JACOB LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon2

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200

Census 2: 1860, OR Lane Spencer Duckworth Pg 269

Census 3: 1870, OR Lane Spencer Pg 532

Estate: 31 Dec 1879, Lane, Oregon3

Tax Roll 1: 1854, Lane, Oregon4

Tax Roll 2: 1855, Lane, Oregon5

Tax Roll 3: 1857, Lane, Oregon6

Tax Roll 4: 1858, Lane, Oregon7

Tax Roll 5: 1859, Lane, Oregon8

More About RHUANNAH BELL BUCKLES:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon9

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Husband)

Census 2: 1860, OR Lane Spencer Duckworth Pg 269(See Husband)

Census 3: 1870, OR Lane Spencer Pg 532(See Husband

Marriage Notes for JACOB LUCE and RHUANNAH BUCKLES:

http://muhlenberg.genealogenie.net/Marriages/book1/marriage6.htm

Muhlenberg County Kentucky

No. Date Parties Named By Whom Married

800 18 February 1827 Jacob Luce & Rhuhana Buckley Robert Dudly

 

More About JACOB LUCE and RHUANNAH BUCKLES:

Marriage: 18 Feb 1827, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky

Children of JACOB LUCE and RHUANNAH BUCKLES are:

3. i. WILLIAM3 LUCE, b. 29 Feb 1828, Kentucky; d. 24 Oct 1891, John Day, Grant, OR.

ii. DAVID NATHAN LUCE, b. Abt. 1829, Kentucky; m. RACHAEL HODSON; b. Abt. 1840, Indiana; d. Abt. 1900.

Notes for DAVID NATHAN LUCE:

1860 United States Federal Census > California > Siskiyou > Klamath

Line 7

Wm. Luce 32 MW Farner 2500/4100 KY

M.E. 24 FW IN

Charles 4 MW OR

H.C. 3 MW CA

M.E. 1 FW OR

D.M. Luce 30 M Farmer KY

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Klamath, Siskiyou, California; Roll: M653_69; Page: 80; Image: 81.

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1870 Census OR Grant John Day Canyon City Precinct Pg 366

Line 9

32 32 Loose John C 26 MW Farmer IA

------------, Cyntha A 17 FW Keeping House IA

------------, David L 10/12 MW OR (Aug)

Line 12

33 33 Loose David N 41 MW Farmer KY

------------, Rachael S 30 F Keeping House IN

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1880 Census OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A

Line 1

66 66 Luce D. N. WM 50 Farmer KY KY VA

----------, R. L. WF 42 Wife Keeping House IN NC IN

Line 32

72 72 Luce Wm WM 52 Farmer KY KY VA

----------, M. E. WF Wife 46 Keeping IN Germany OH

----------, C. F. WM 24 Son At Home OR KY IN

----------, H. C. WM 22 Son At Home CA KY IA

----------, Marian WF 20 Daughter At Home CA KY IA

----------, E. E. WM 18 Son At Home CA KY IA

----------, Alma WF 15 Daughter At Home OR KY IA

Parson E. C. WM 28 Labor Laborer WI LA IA

An Ging CM 42 Labor Laborer China China China

Ah Quce CM 19 Labor Laborer China China China

More About DAVID NATHAN LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon10

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

Census 2: 1860, CA Siskiyou Klamath Pg 80

Census 3: 1870, OR Grant John Day Canyon City Precinct Pg 366

More About RACHAEL HODSON:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon11

Census 1: 1870, OR Grant John Day Canyon City Precinct Pg 366(See Husband)

Census 2: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A(See Husband)

4. iii. MARY POLLY ANN LUCE, b. 20 Apr 1832, Kentucky; d. 20 Nov 1903, Lane, Oregon.

iv. NANCY LUCE, b. 30 Sep 1837, Kentucky; d. 10 Sep 1864, Lane, Oregon.

More About NANCY LUCE:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon12

Census: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

5. v. JANE LUCE, b. Mar 1839, Kentucky; d. 25 Jul 1913, Grant, Oregon.

6. vi. HENRY BUCKLE LUCE, b. 21 Sep 1841, Green river, about twenty miles from Russellville, Kentucky; d. 03 Apr 1929, Washington, Oregon.

7. vii. JOHN C. LUCE, b. 20 Dec 1843, Iowa; d. 14 Sep 1904, John Day, Oregon.

8. viii. ISAAC K LUCE, b. 31 Oct 1847, Oskaloasa, Manaska, Iowa; d. 21 Nov 1926, Albion, Whitman, Washington.

 

Generation No. 3

3. WILLIAM3 LUCE (JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 29 Feb 1828 in Kentucky, and died 24 Oct 1891 in John Day, Grant, OR. He married MARIA E. FISHER. She was born 08 Feb 1836 in Ohio.

Notes for WILLIAM LUCE:

http://gesswhoto.com/flour.html

E.E. Luce Recalls The Early Days

Reprint from the Blue Mt. Eagle, June 02, 1922

First I will tell how Wm. Luce and wife, Maria E. Luce, and 5 children: Charles, Henry, E.E., and two sisters, Marian and Carrie who was a baby about 9 months old at that time, arrived in Grant County. The family wintered the winter of 1862-1863 in Eugene and father in Canyon City in the store. David Luce and James Cozart divided their time in the store and on the place where J.A. Laycock now lives, looking after the mules and other work. They built a log cabin just a little west of where the Laycock house now stands and also a small blacksmith shop for their own use. They wintered their mules out on the hills. Of course, they were herded of days and corraled at night. They had made one trip to The Dalles early in the spring and loaded light, and on the second trip, father came ahead of the pack train and brough his family to The Dalles. I don't remember the date we left The Dalles but we reached the place where Laycock now lives June 09, 1863.

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http://www.oregongenealogy.com/grant/bios.htm

The subject of this article relates to D. B. Rinehart and his large orchard in the John Day Valley, Grant County, Oregon. He came to the John Day Valley in 1804, about the time that Grant County was cut off from Wasco. Hon. W. Lair Hill, was appointed County Judge by the governor of the State, while William Luce and E. S. Pernfield were appointed County Commissioners. The above board constituted the first County Court of Grant County. At the first sitting of the court, D. B. Rinehart was appointed county superintendent of public schools until the next general election. He subsequently was elected two different terms to the same office.

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1860 United States Federal Census > California > Siskiyou > Klamath

Line 7

Wm. Luce 32 MW Farner 2500/4100 KY

M.E. 24 FW IN

Charles 4 MW OR

H.C. 3 MW CA

M.E. 1 FW OR

D.M. Luce 30 M Farmer KY

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Klamath, Siskiyou, California; Roll: M653_69; Page: 80; Image: 81.

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1870 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day Precinct P.O. Canyon City

Line 33

Loose, Wm. 42 MW Farmer 3000/4130 KY Voter

M.E. WF 36 Keeping House IN

C.F. 14 MW At Home OR Attd School

H.C. 12 MW At Home CA Attd School

E.E. 9 MW CA Attd School

Carrie 7 FW OR

Alma 5 FW OR

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: John Day Precinct, Grant, Oregon; Roll: M593_1286; Page: 365; Image: 65

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1880 Census OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A

Line 1

66 66 Luce D. N. WM 50 Farmer KY KY VA

----------, R. L. WF 42 Wife Keeping House IN NC IN

Line 32

72 72 Luce Wm WM 52 Farmer KY KY VA

----------, M. E. WF Wife Keeping IN Germany OH

----------, C. F. WM 24 Son At Home OR KY IN

----------, H. C. WM 22 Son At Home CA KY IA

----------, Marian WF 20 Daughter At Home CA KY IA

----------, E. E. WM 18 Son At Home CA KY IA

----------, Alma WF 15 Daughter At Home OR KY IA

Parson E. C. WM 28 Labor Laborer WI LA IA

An Ging CM 42 Labor Laborer China China China

Ah Quce CM 19 Labor Laborer China China China

More About WILLIAM LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon13

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

Census 2: 1860, CA Siskiyou Klamath Pg 80

Census 3: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct PO Canyon City Pg 365

Census 4: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A

Notes for MARIA E. FISHER:

1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Bear Valley > District 13

Line 43

Luce, Maria Eliz. Head WF Feb 1836 64 Wd (7-5) IN Germany OH Farmer

Smith, Lela Servant WF Apr 1886 14 S OR Unk Unk Servant

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Bear Valley, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623 1347; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 13.

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More About MARIA E. FISHER:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon14

Census 1: 1860, CA Siskiyou Klamath Pg 80(See Husband)

Census 2: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct PO Canyon City Pg 365(See Husband)

Census 3: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1900, OR Grant Bear Valley ED 13 Pg 6A

Children of WILLIAM LUCE and MARIA FISHER are:

i. ISABEL4 LUCE, b. 06 Mar 1854.

ii. CHARLES F LUCE, b. 25 Jan 1856.

More About CHARLES F LUCE:

Census 1: 1860, CA Siskiyou Klamath Pg 80(See Father)

Census 2: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct PO Canyon City Pg 365(See Father)

Census 3: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A(See Father)

9. iii. HENRY CLAY LUCE, b. 24 Sep 1857, California; d. Abt. 1931.

iv. MARION LUCE, b. 17 Apr 1859; m. ? LEE.

Notes for MARION LUCE:

1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 14

Line 36

Luce, Alma C. Head MW Aug 1864 35 S OR KY OH Stock Raiser

Marian E. Sister WF Apr 1859 41 S CA KY OH Stock Raiser

3 Boarders

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623 1347; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 14.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 70

Line 32

Danby, Richard Head MW 40 M1-19yrs England England Ireland Emig/1860 Na Farmer

Alma Wife 40 FW (0-0) OR KY IA None

Lee, Marie Sister/Law? FW 51 S CA KY IA None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T624_1280; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 530.

 

More About MARION LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon15

Census 1: 1860, CA Siskiyou Klamath Pg 80(See Father)

Census 2: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A(See Father)

Census 3: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4A

Census 4: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 5A

v. EDWARD EVERETT LUCE, b. 22 Nov 1860, Siskiyou county, California; d. Abt. 1928; m. JULIA J. OFFICER, 18 Nov 1886, Grant County, OR16.

Notes for EDWARD EVERETT LUCE:

The Centennial History of Oregon, 1811-1912 By Joseph Gaston page 697

EDWARD EVERETT LUCE. In these days of corruption in high places it is pleasant to record the public service of Edward Everett Luce, now mayor of the city of John Day, Grant county Oregon. His record up to the present time has been unmarred by any suspicion of evil and his energies and activities have always been directed to the service of the people' without regard to personal ends. Aside from his political activities Mr. Luce is also prominent in commercial and agricultural circles of the county and in these directions is distinguished by the same honorable and upright qualities which mark his public life. He was born in Siskiyou county, California. November 22, 1860, and is a son of William and Maria D. (Fisher) Luce. His father was born in Kentucky, February 29, 1828. and his mother's birth occurred in Ohio on the 8th of February. 1836. William Luce joined the California gold seekers in 1849. making the journey by water around the horn. He returned by way of the Isthmus of Panama to Ohio and in 1853 he started on his wedding 'tour across the plains and mountains with ox teams. Mr. Luce and his wife located in Eugene, Oregon, where they remained but a short time. He removed hi* family, consisting of his wife and one child, to California, where he was active in various capacities until 1861. In the winter of 697 that year they returned to Oregon and eventually located that year they returned to Oregon and eventually located in Grant county. The trip from California to Oregon was made overland with wagons. In conjunction with his brother David Luce, and James Cozort, William Luce loaded a pack train with a large and varied line of goods and with sixty-two mules brought it to Canyon City.

His original intention, had been to locate on the Salmon river but when they reached

The Dalles a rumor reached them of the failure of that camp and of labor disturbances

in the mines of Canyon City. They immediately determined to abandon their

intention and employed the messenger who had brought the news from Canyon City to act as their pilot on the return journey. In the spring of 1862 the three partners established the first general store in Canyon City. Their operations were carried on under a large tent and the store remained in this that year they returned to Oregon and eventually located in Grant county. The trip from California to Oregon was made overland with wagons. In conjunction with his brother David Luce, and James Cozort, William Luce loaded a pack train with a large and varied line of goods and with sixty-two mules brought it to Canyon City.

His original intention, had been to locate on the Salmon river but when they reached

The Dalles a rumor reached them of the failure of that camp and of labor disturbances

in the mines of Canyon City. They immediately determined to abandon their intention and employed the messenger who had brought the news from Canyon City to act as their pilot on the return journey. In the spring of 1862 the three partners established the first general store in Canyon City. Their operations were carried on under a large tent and the store remained in this condition for some months. Eventually they erected a wooden building and engaged in the general merchandise business until the spring of 1864, when they sold their interests to Captain Ferrin. William Luce then took up a preemption claim and engaged in farming and in the stock business, running sometimes as high as three hundred and fifty head of cattle at one time. For fourteen years he supplied Fort Harney with vegetables under contract. He was among the earliest of the pioneer settlers of Grant county and his wife was prominently identified with the development of the section.

When he brought his wife and family from The Dalles in 1863 there was no

wagon road in the section and in order to make the journey as comfortable as possible Mr. Luce packed one hundred pounds of flour on each side of a mule and placed across its back a large dry-goods box, in which he put his four children. From this primitive state of development William Luce saw the state of Oregon developed into a cultivated and civilized country. He was always active in its affairs and eager to

promote its welfare. He was a man who could never turn a deaf ear to those in need

and his hand was always outstretched to help a fellow traveler on life's journey. He

was a liberal, broad-minded and thoroughly generous man and his abounding and open handed charity prevented his amassing the large fortune which his opportunities warranted.

He was never an office seeker but served with much ability as county commissioner.

He died upon his holdings in Grant county. He and his wife were the parents

of seven children: Isabel, born March 6. 1854: Charles F.. born January 25, 1856;

Henry C., whose birth occurred September 24, 1857: Marion, who was born April 17,

1859; Edward E.. the subject of this review, who was born November 22. 1860; Carrie,

born October 20, 1862; and Alma, whose birth occurred August 2, 1864. ness. After his father's death he remained upon the homestead for about five years and has since been extensively engaged in the freighting business in this section of the country. He is one of the most prominent men in Grant county at the present time. He is actively interested in various movements and his intluence is always given to good and worthy causes, having for their object the welfare of John Day and of Grant county. He owns four acres of town property on which is located his pleasant, comfortable and hospitable home. He has two acres set out in apple and cherry trees and other varieties of fruit, which yield abundantly each year. He makes a specialty of his vegetable and truck garden and has been extremely successful along this line. Most of his personal attention is given to his freighting business, as its rapid growth and extension requires constant and energetic management. Besides his activities in these various lines Mr. Luce has had a distinguished career as a politician. He has served as a member of the city council of John Day, has done efficient work as marshal of this city and has made a record for ability and honesty during his term as deputy sheriff. In 1911 he was elected mayor of the city of John Day by a large majority and served for one term with conspicuous success. In 1912 he was reelected. He brings to his public life an intelligent grasp of current questions, of broad-minded tolerance and an incorruptible moral character. He regards his office merely as an opportunity to carry out the wishes of his constituents and has never used it to further his personal ambition. November 18, 1886, Mr. Luce was united in marriage in Grant county, Oregon, to Miss Julia J. Officer, of Clackamas county, this state, a daughter of Robert Officer, a native of Missouri. Mrs. Luce's grandfather was James Officer who left his native state of Tennessee for Oregon in 1845 and was among the early pioneer settlers of that state. The journey was made with ox teams across a wild and uncultivated country. The Indians, however, were peaceable in that year and made no disturbance. James Officer spent his first winter on the Columbia river twelve miles above Vancouver. He later located in Clackamas county, twelve miles from Oregon City, where he continued to reside until his death. In 1884, his son, Robert Officer, came to Grant county, where he is now living, engaged in the stock business, at the age of seventy-five years. Mr. Luce is one of the representative men of the state of Oregon. In his business life he is honorable and fair minded with a shrewd discrimination and a broad knowledge of men. In his political career he is a true public servant and regards personal honesty in office as no more than his duty to the commonwealth.

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http://gesswhoto.com/flour.html

E.E. Luce Recalls The Early Days

Reprint from the Blue Mt. Eagle, June 02, 1922

First I will tell how Wm. Luce and wife, Maria E. Luce, and 5 children: Charles, Henry, E.E., and two sisters, Marian and Carrie who was a baby about 9 months old at that time, arrived in Grant County. The family wintered the winter of 1862-1863 in Eugene and father in Canyon City in the store. David Luce and James Cozart divided their time in the store and on the place where J.A. Laycock now lives, looking after the mules and other work. They built a log cabin just a little west of where the Laycock house now stands and also a small blacksmith shop for their own use. They wintered their mules out on the hills. Of course, they were herded of days and corraled at night. They had made one trip to The Dalles early in the spring and loaded light, and on the second trip, father came ahead of the pack train and brough his family to The Dalles. I don't remember the date we left The Dalles but we reached the place where Laycock now lives June 09, 1863.

We were packed in a good sized box and to make it even there was 100 pounds of flour on the other side. No one led this mule but it was turned loose with the rest of the mules. Some of the packers were Wells Stone, Henry Barker, Zack Vernoeinan, Joe Beckworth, John C. Luce, James Cozart, and father. The next trip Beckworth was killed by an Indian near the McKenna place. They stopped to fix a mule's pack and fell out over something. Both went for their pistols and both fired but Beckworth missed and he was shot through the breast. The Indian came on up and told us as near as he could what had happened and some of the men went back and brough Beckworth up to the cabin. He only lived a little while and was buried on the hill above the road almost where the line crosses between Laycock's and Penfield's place.

In the spring of 1864 several places were settled on. David Luce took up the place now owned by DeLore, Mrs. Belshaw, Wynn Allen, and John Silvers, and a part of the Begg ranch; Charles Belshaw where A.W. Dunn now lives; and John Herburger the place now owned by B.C. Trowbridge; and then father's place and Mr. Thompson, and Wm. Abrams on the place now owned by John Silvers. The first place taken farther down was the place now owned by Fletcher, taken by David Beech afterwards selling to Wm. Ingle. The road crossed the river there and crossed back again above where the Workins bridge now stands, and then crossed back again where Walt Carsner now lives. In case of high water they would follow through the hills all the way from the South Fork.

When you cross the river to where Mt. Vernon stands, some of the earliest settlers were John Adams, Wm. Bonham, Wm. McDonald, Joe Robertson, Wells Stone, James Clark; and across the river: Rileys, Thomas and Ryan, and then the Charles Wagner place where Vic Mosier now lives, and one of the oldest houses on the river. Harve Fields, James Cummings, and Widow Lathum, Aldrich, Casy, Officer, Bracketts, Snyder, Mack, and of course others. Among the early settlers were Murray Bros., Cap. Lewis, Perkins, Wood, Mascalls, Highland, Reeves, Jim Small, Vaughan, Grandpa Lester, Belshaw, Hayes, Dustin, Herburger, Bowsman, Frey, Jenkins, Penfield, and above John Day some of the first places taken were: Joel Howard, DeMoss Bros., Babcock, John Anglen, Hall Bros. and Wm. Settlemeier.

There were two men killed and Wm. Davis killed both of them, a man by the name of Wey that worked for David Luce, and McGill, and this is how the trouble came about. Davis ran a saloon and he and Wey were always good friends. Davis was a Democrat and Wey a Republican. A good many times Wey had run a little bill at Davis' saloon and so on Election Day, he did the same and never thought but what it would be alright, but when he went out by Mosier's blacksmith shop to get on his horse to go home, Davis came out and asked him for the money and Wey took it all in good part and said; "Why, Bill, I can't pay you today. I haven't any money with me, but I will pay you the first time I come to town."

Davis said: "If you don't pay it before you leave town, I will kill you" so trouble began to brew. Wey started to untie his horse and Davis pulled his gun and so did Wey but the horse jerked and Wey missed, so did Davis miss Wey the first shot, but he killed McGill and the second shot he struck Wey in the breast. He lived five days. I saw him every day as I was going to school in John Day at that time. Wm. Davis left that night and went to Winnemucca and was there for many years. Wey was taken to the home of Wm. Whit. Mrs. Whit was a half-breed but she had a good clean heart and was a good wife, mother and neighbor. Whit, some years later just as he was starting to Ft. Harney with grain, was killed. He was driving 10 horses and 2 wagons. In going down a little hill, he leaned forward to pull on the brake and lost his balance and fell off his horse and under the front wheels of the wagon, but by this time it was upgrade and as the brake was on, the wagon did not run over him, but his horse walked on his head and face mashing him up awful. He lived about 36 hours and died in father's house. They had three children. Lots of people will remember Bill Whit and of course quite a few remember the girls Helen and Eliza.

E.E. Luce

*This short paragraph follows Mr. Luce's article with no explanation:

The Spanish spelling of Canyon City was used by the first miners on the creek. It was spelled Canon City. Tents first sprang up on Whiskey Flat. There was not room enough so the miners strung down the creek and lined up on one long narrow street, and this ran parallel with the creek. The street was a mere alley. There were about 12 saloons along the tinted alley and by fall 1,500 miners were washing gold from the gravel in the creek.

More About EDWARD EVERETT LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon17

Census 1: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct PO Canyon City Pg 365(See Father)

Census 2: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A(See Father)

Marriage Notes for EDWARD LUCE and JULIA OFFICER:

Luce, E. E.

Marriage: E. Luce married Julia Officer on Nov 18, 1886 in Grant County, OR.

Gender: Male

Source Location: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0874103 item 6.

 

More About EDWARD LUCE and JULIA OFFICER:

Marriage: 18 Nov 1886, Grant County, OR18

vi. CARRIE LUCE, b. 20 Oct 1862; m. JOSEPH H HILTON, 25 Dec 1877, Grant County, OR; b. Abt. 1848, Michigan.

More About CARRIE LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon19

Census: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct PO Canyon City Pg 365(See Father)

More About JOSEPH H HILTON:

Census: 1880, OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C(See Father)

Marriage Notes for CARRIE LUCE and JOSEPH HILTON:

Luce, Carrie E.

Marriage: Joseph Hilton married Carrie Luce on Dec 25, 1877 in Grant County, OR.

Gender: Female

Source Location: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0874103 item 6.

More About JOSEPH HILTON and CARRIE LUCE:

Marriage: 25 Dec 1877, Grant County, OR

vii. ALMA LUCE, b. 02 Aug 1864, Oregon; d. 10 May 1910; m. RICHARD DANBY, 09 Oct 1891; b. Nov 1860, Isle of Corfu; d. 30 May 1937, Grant, Oregon20.

Notes for ALMA LUCE:

1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 14

Line 36

Luce, Alma C. Head MW Aug 1864 35 S OR KY OH Stock Raiser

Marian E. Sister WF Apr 1859 41 S CA KY OH Stock Raiser

3 Boarders

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623 1347; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 14.

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More About ALMA LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon21

Census 1: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct PO Canyon City Pg 365(See Father)

Census 2: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A(See Father)

Census 3: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4A

Census 4: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 5A(See Husband)

Notes for RICHARD DANBY:

The Centennial History of Oregon, 1811-1912 By Joseph Gaston page 739

RICHARD DANBY has been prominently engaged in the stock business in Grant county for many years and is now known as one of the representative and enterprising citizens of his section. He formerly engaged in general ranching and in the raising of all kinds of high-grade stock but is now specializing in the breeding of mules. He was born on the Isle of Corfu in the Mediterranean, in November, 1860, and is a son of Richard and Jane (Sweeney) Danby. His father was one of the prominent military men of his time. He was born in England in 1822 and began his army service at the age of twenty when he enlisted in the First East Norfolk Battalion of the Ninth Regiment and entered upon the term of service which lasted for twenty-four years. He served as a color sergeant during the Indian mutiny of 1845 to 1846 and was also conspicuous for his bravery in the Crimean war of 1854-56. The last five years of his service were spent on the staff of the Household Militia. He received a number of medals for personal courage as well as other decorations for the efficiency of his military service. He was shot many times but his last years, which he spent in California, were marred by his sufferings from his old Crimean wounds. In recognition of his brave and conspicuous service an exception was made in the English laws and he received his pension from the British government during his residence in the United States. He died in 1896 at the age of seventy-four years. Richard Danby spent his boyhood days with the Ninth Regiment with which his father was identified and came to America with his parents. They located in Canada about 1869 but on account of the severe climate the father removed to California where Richard received his early education in the public schools. In 1888 he came to Oregon and located in the John Day valley where he engaged in stock-raising and general farming with much success. He is now located on the Luce homestead about two miles from John Day. His holdings are on the river and comprise five hundred acres of land which he uses principally as stock pastures and meadows.

At one time during his career he engaged in general stock-raising and ran from three hundred to five hundred head of graded cattle and horses. He has, however, abandoned the general field of activity and is now specializing in the raising of mules. He has an expert knowledge of the details of his business and is constantly adding to it. He thoroughly understands everything connected with the breeding and care of stock and his success is founded upon thorough efficiency and intelligent and constant labor. October 9, 1891, Mr. Danby was united in marriage to Miss Alma Luce, a daughter of William and Maria D. Luce. Mrs. Danby died May 10, 1910. Mr. Danby's ranch is now located on the old Luce homestead two miles from John Day and is one of the model stock farms of the district. Mr. Danby gives his political allegiance to the republican party but has never taken a very active part in public affairs. He belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows but beyond this connection has no fraternal affiliations. His career has always been upright and honorable and in his business activities he has always been dominated by the memory of the true and courageous life of his father and by the constant endeavor to live up to the high standard set him in his youth

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1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 14

Line 38

Danby, Richard Boarder WM Mar 1859 40 S England England Ireland Emig1873-27yrs Na Stock Raiser

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623 1347; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 14.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 70

Line 32

Danby, Richard Head MW 40 M1-19yrs England England Ireland Emig/1860 Na Farmer

Alma Wife 40 FW (0-0) OR KY IA None

Lee, Marie Sister/Law? FW 51 S CA KY IA None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T624_1280; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 530.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 56

Line 32 Fm

Danby, Richard Head MF MW 59 S Emig1873 Na1887 Eng Eng Ire Stockman/Stock Farm

Scott, Ada E. Niece FW 30 S CA CA Eng Teacher/Grammer School

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T625_1494; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 56; Image: 638.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 4

Danby, Richard Head Own MW 69 Wd Corfre Island Eng Ire Emig1872 Na Operator/Farm

Scott, Ada M. Sister FW 64 Wd Eng Eng Ire Emig 1872 Na None

Scott, Ada M. Jr. Niece FW 40 S CA CA Eng None

1 Servant

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: 1939; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 4; Image: 967.0.

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More About RICHARD DANBY:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4A

Census 2: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 5A

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A

Census 4: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B

More About RICHARD DANBY and ALMA LUCE:

Marriage: 09 Oct 1891

 

4. MARY POLLY ANN3 LUCE (JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Apr 1832 in Kentucky, and died 20 Nov 1903 in Lane, Oregon. She married (1) ANDREW J CAMPBELL. He was born 29 Sep 1829 in near Jamestown,Virginia, and died 09 Oct 1870. She married (2) JACOB T HUNSAKER 21 Oct 1878 in Clackamas, Oregon22. He was born Abt. 1819 in Illinois.

Notes for MARY POLLY ANN LUCE:

1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 112

Line 15

Hunsaker, Mary A. Head WF Apr 1832 61 Wd (7-5) KY KY VA

Campbell, John Son WM Dec 1854 45 S OR IN KY Editor/Manager Paper

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T623 1349; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 112.

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More About MARY POLLY ANN LUCE:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon23

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

Census 2: 1860, OR Lane Eugene Pg 252(See Husband A J Campbell)

Census 3: 1870, OR Lane Eugene Pg 468(See Husband A. J. Campbell)

Census 4: 1880, OR Clackamas Oregon City ED 19 Pg 224B(See Husband Jacob Hunsaker)

Census 5: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 112 Pg 12A

Estate: 31 Dec 1903, Lane, Oregon24

Notes for ANDREW J CAMPBELL:

1860 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene

Line 25

A.J. Campbele 32 WM ?? Carpenter 500/320 IN

P.A. 28 FW KY

W.T. 7 WM IA Attd School

J.R. 5 wm OR Attd School

I.L. 2 MW OR

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: M653_1055; Page: 252; Image: 505.

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1870 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene

Line 4

Campbell A.J. 41 MW Carpenter 650/500 IN Voter

Mary Ann 38 FW Keeping House KY

William 17 MW Darpenter 0/100 IA

John R. 15 MW At Home OR Attd School

Ira L. 12 MW At Home OR Attd School

Eugene 9 MW At Home OR Attd School

Harry L. 4 MW At Home OR

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: M593_1286; Page: 468; Image: 267.

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More About ANDREW J CAMPBELL:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon25

Census 1: 1860, OR Lane Eugene Pg 252

Census 2: 1870, OR Lane Eugene Pg 468

Notes for JACOB T HUNSAKER:

1880 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Clackamas > Oregon City > District 19

Line 1

Hunsaker, Jacob T. WM 61 M Farmer IL PA KY

Mary A. WF 47 Wife M Keeping House KY KY VA

Alice WF 25 Dau S Teacher OR IL KY

Campbell, Lee WM 14 StepSon S At School OR IN KY

Frederick D. WM 4 StepSon At School OR IN KY

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Oregon City, Clackamas, Oregon; Roll: T9_1080; Family History Film: 1255080; Page: 224.2000; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 0447.

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More About JACOB T HUNSAKER:

Census 1: 1856, Clackamas, Oregon26

Census 2: 1857, Clackamas, Oregon27

Census 3: 1880, OR Clackamas Oregon City ED 19 Pg 224B

Estate: 1889, Multnomah, Oregon28

Land Claim 1: 22 Feb 1848, Twality, Oregon29

Land Claim 2: 04 Sep 1847, Twality, Oregon30

Tax Roll 1: 1855, Clackamas, Oregon31

Tax Roll 2: 1856, Clackamas, Oregon32

Tax Roll 3: 1858, Clackamas, Oregon33

Tax Roll 4: 1859, Clackamas, Oregon34

Marriage Notes for MARY LUCE and JACOB HUNSAKER:

Hunsaker, J. T.

Marriage: J. Hunsaker married Mary Campbell on Oct 21, 1878 in Clackamas County, OR.

Gender: Male

Source Location: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under Library of Congress/microfilm reference number(s) 979.541V25m/0430055 item 4.

More About JACOB HUNSAKER and MARY LUCE:

Marriage: 21 Oct 1878, Clackamas, Oregon35

Children of MARY LUCE and ANDREW CAMPBELL are:

i. WILLIAM T4 CAMPBELL, b. 25 Sep 1852, Iowa; d. 06 Mar 1926, Lane, Oregon36; m. MARGERETTE ?; b. Sep 1868, Oregon.

Notes for WILLIAM T CAMPBELL:

1880 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 65

Line 27

Campbell, Ira WM 22 Boarder S Painter OR IA KY

Line 36

Campbell, Jno. WM 25 Boarder S Editor General OR IN KY

Eugene WM 19 Boarder S Printer Attd School OR IN KY

Wm.T. WM 27 Boarder S Carpenter IA IN KY

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T9_1081; Family History Film: 1255081; Page: 256.4000; Enumeration District: 65; Image: 0722.

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1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 111

Line 40

Campbell, William T. Head WM Sep 1853 47 M9yrs IA IA IA Carpenter

Marguerette Wife Sep 1868 31 M9yrs (0-0) OR IN IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T623 1349; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 111.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene Ward 2 > District 159

Line 78

Campbell, William Head MW 57 M1-19yrs IA -- -- Architect

Margaret Wife FW 41 M1-19yrs (0-0) OR IA IN None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Eugene Ward 2, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T624_1282; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 159; Image: 1114.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene Ward 2 > District 244

Line 1 - 444 E. 9th St.

Campbell, Will T. Head OF MW 67 M IA IN KY Architect/City

Margurite Wife FW 51 M OR IA IN None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Eugene Ward 2, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T625_1495; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 244; Image: 1090.

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More About WILLIAM T CAMPBELL:

Burial: IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon37

Census 1: 1860, OR Lane Eugene Pg 252(See Father)

Census 2: 1870, OR Lane Eugene Pg 468(See Father)

Census 3: 1880, OR Lane Eugene ED 65 Pg 256D

Census 4: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 111 Pg 16A

Census 5: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 159 Pg 2B

Census 6: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 244 Pg 1A

Estate: 31 Dec 1926, Lane, Oregon38

Notes for MARGERETTE ?:

1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 40

Line 30 - 444 Ninth St

Campbell, Marguerite Head Own$10,000 FW 61 Wd M@22 OR IA IA None

Bonar, Albert J. Servant MW 58 Dv KY KY KY Servant

Stansbury, Elizabeth R. Mother FW 85 Wd OA PA OH None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: 1946; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 40; Image: 803.0.

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More About MARGERETTE ?:

Census 1: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 111 Pg 16A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 159 Pg 2B(See Husband)

Census 3: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 244 Pg 1A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 40 Pg 2A

ii. JOHN R CAMPBELL, b. Dec 1854, Oregon.

Notes for JOHN R CAMPBELL:

1880 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 65

Line 27

Campbell, Ira WM 22 Boarder S Painter OR IA KY

Line 36

Campbell, Jno. WM 25 Boarder S Editor General OR IN KY

Eugene WM 19 Boarder S Printer Attd School OR IN KY

Wm.T. WM 27 Boarder S Carpenter IA IN KY

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T9_1081; Family History Film: 1255081; Page: 256.4000; Enumeration District: 65; Image: 0722.

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More About JOHN R CAMPBELL:

Census 1: 1860, OR Lane Eugene Pg 252(See Father)

Census 2: 1870, OR Lane Eugene Pg 468(See Father)

Census 3: 1880, OR Lane Eugene ED 65 Pg 256D

Census 4: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 112 Pg 12A(See Mother)

Estate: 31 Dec 1913, Lane, Oregon39

10. iii. IRA L CAMPBELL, b. 31 May 1858, Oregon; d. 15 Oct 1904, Lane, Oregon.

iv. EUGENE CAMPBELL, b. 23 Aug 1860, Eugene, Lane, Oregon; d. 11 Jan 1894.

Notes for EUGENE CAMPBELL:

1880 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 65

Line 27

Campbell, Ira WM 22 Boarder S Painter OR IA KY

Line 36

Campbell, Jno. WM 25 Boarder S Editor General OR IN KY

Eugene WM 19 Boarder S Printer Attd School OR IN KY

Wm.T. WM 27 Boarder S Carpenter IA IN KY

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T9_1081; Family History Film: 1255081; Page: 256.4000; Enumeration District: 65; Image: 0722.

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More About EUGENE CAMPBELL:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon40

Census 1: 1870, OR Lane Eugene Pg 468(See Father)

Census 2: 1880, OR Lane Eugene ED 65 Pg 256D

11. v. EDWARD LEE CAMPBELL, b. 31 Jul 1865, Eugene, Lane, Oregon; d. 14 Oct 1922, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

vi. HARRY L CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1866, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

More About HARRY L CAMPBELL:

Census: 1870, OR Lane Eugene Pg 468(See Father)

vii. FREDERICK D CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1876.

More About FREDERICK D CAMPBELL:

Census: 1880, OR Clackamas Oregon City ED 19 Pg 224B(See Step Father Jacob Hunsaker)

Child of MARY LUCE and JACOB HUNSAKER is:

viii. ALICE4 HUNSAKER, b. Abt. 1855, Oregon; Stepchild.

More About ALICE HUNSAKER:

Census: 1880, OR Clackamas Oregon City ED 19 Pg 224B(See Father)

 

5. JANE3 LUCE (JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born Mar 1839 in Kentucky, and died 25 Jul 1913 in Grant, Oregon41. She married CHARLES BELSHAW 26 May 1859 in Lane County, OR, son of GEORGE BELSHAW and ELIZABETH ?. He was born 09 Mar 1833 in England, and died 13 Aug 1918 in Grant, Oregon42.

More About JANE LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon43

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

Census 2: 1860, OR Lane Briees Pg 233(See Husband)

Census 3: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct Pg 367(See Husband)

Census 4: 1880, OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C(See Husband)

Census 5: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6B(See Husband)

Census 6: 1910, OR Grant Middle ED 68 Pg 3B(See Husband)

Notes for CHARLES BELSHAW:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jtenlen/ORBios/cbelshaw.txt

An Illustrated history of Baker, Grant, Malheur and Harney Counties : with a brief outline of the early history of the state of Oregon." Chicago?: Western Historical Pub. Co., 1902. Page 505. Grant County.

CHARLES BELSHAW.--How richly were endowed the early pioneers of this country not only in the cardinal virtues that make up stanch manhood but also in the abilities that have led the way to the gratifying development of the resources of nature and the bringing out of the latent talents of their fellows and stirring to a flame the desires for the pursuit of knowledge and the acquisition of that perfection in the arts and sciences,--how richly, I say, were the early pioneers endowed in all this talent can now be plainly seen in the results of their labor, which are manifest in an educated and enlightened population and in the institutions of learning that have been established and maintained by them and their offspring. Well distinguished among this worthy class stands the subject of this sketch as he has been a leading figure in striving for years for a betterment of his fellows and in bringing to practical use the knowledge that he possessed.

March 9, 1833, in the substantial land of England, Charles BELSHAW was born and in 1834, came with none brothers and sisters to the United States, accompanied by his parents, who settled in Indiana. In 1853 with his parents and three brothers, he came to Eugene, in Lane county, this state, and there the parents died. One of the brothers was killed by the Indians in 1855. Mr. BELSHAW entered the ranks of the agriculturists and also went to California on a trip of exploration and later came to Canyon City,[Oregon] his arrival here being in the fall of 1862. Late in the same fall he returned to Eugene and in 1864 brought his family to this section, and then engaged in farming and fruit raising, at which he has been eminently successful. He has been the originator of a variety of prune, known as the Belshaw, that is a real addition to the realm of fruit, growing to the great size of six to one pound. He has the reputation of being the leading orchardists of the county, and surely his skill and energy in that line have been of untold benefit to the people of eastern Oregon. In addition to the labors of his hands, Mr. BELSHAW has gained real distinction as a teacher of music. When he first landed in the Willamette valley, his abilities in that line were manifested and brought into active service and he has been prosecuting this art for many years, giving many successful benefit concerts for different churches. Sometimes he has given his whole attention to it. Thus in at least two different lines, he has been beneficial to his fellow men and led the way for them.

Mr. BELSHAW and Miss Jane LUCE, a native of Kentucky, were married in 1859, and to them have been born the following children, Lincoln, Grant, Hattie, Edith, Johnny, the last one diseased. Mr. BELSHAW is now passing the riper years of the golden age that is his to enjoy in the quieter retirement from more active service, in the comfortable home that his thrift and industry have wrought for him, being now sixty-nine years of age. He is the only surviving member of the family of ten children that crossed the Atlantic in 1834. George BELSHAW, one of that family who died at Farmington, about nine years since, was one of the most successful wheat growers of the world. He received many premiums from the state fairs and also the award of superiority at the Philadelphia exposition and the same in the great fair in Chicago. Our subject has had many disappointments in the course of his pioneer career on this coast and many times suffered the loss of his stock by Indians. But not withstanding it all, he is still joyful and contented with his lot in this land and is one of our most genial and amiable citizens.

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http://gesswhoto.com/names.html

Belshaw Creek

Belshaw Creek is named after Charlie Belshaw, who had a homestead near the creek. The creek is near Tirico's ranch.

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1860 Census OR Lane Briees Pg 233

Line 25

784 784 Charles Belshaw 27 M Farmer England

Jane Belshaw 21 F Housewife KY

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1870 Census OR Grant John Day Precinct Pg 367

Line 11

52 52 C Belshaw 37 MW Farmer England

Jane Belshaw 31 FW Keeping House KY

Lincoln Belshaw 5 MW OR

Grant Belshaw 1 MW OR

Wm Huffard 26 MW Farm Laborer PA

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1880 Census OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C

Line 14

22 24 Belshaw Chas WM 46 Farmer England England England

-----------, Jane WF 41 Wife Keeping Farm KY KY VA

-----------, Lincoln WM 15 Son OR Eng KY

-----------, Grant WM 11 Son OR Eng KY

-----------, Hatty M WF 9 Daughter OR Eng KY

-----------, Eda C WF 7 Daughter OR Eng KY

Dean Harsrett WF 60 Teaching NY NY Ireland

Wimer Fanny WF 23 Keeping House CA

Delile R F WM 29 Laborer Laborer New York Canada Canada

Hoaid G. B. WM 42 Laborer Laborer OH OH PA

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1900 Census OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6B

Line 67

139 140 Belshaw Charles Head WM Mar 1833 67 M 41England England England 1839 66 Na Stock Raiser

-----------, Jane Wife WF Mar 1839 61 M 41 (5 Children 4 Alive) KY KY KY

-----------, Grant W. Son WM Oct 1867 32 S OR England KY Stock Raiser

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1910 Census OR Grant Middle ED 68 Pg 3B

Line 74

61 61 Belshaw Charles Head MW 77 M1 50 England England England 1834 Na Farmer General Farm

---------, Jane WIfe FW 71 M1 50 (5 Children 2 Alive) KY KY VA

---------, Grant W Son MW 41 M1 OR England KY Farm Laborer Farm

Fields William M Hired man MW 31 M1 9 OR MO IA Farm Laborer Working out

---------, Dovie M Servant FW 28 M1 9 (no Children) MO IA TN Servant Private Family

More About CHARLES BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon44

Census 1: 1850, IN Lake West Creek Pg 125(See Father)

Census 2: 1860, OR Lane Briees Pg 233

Census 3: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct Pg 367

Census 4: 1880, OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C

Census 5: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6B

Census 6: 1910, OR Grant Middle ED 68 Pg 3B

Marriage Notes for JANE LUCE and CHARLES BELSHAW:

Luce, Jane

Marriage: Charles Belshaw married Jane Luce on May 26, 1859 in Lane County, OR.

Gender: Female

Source Location: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 1033656 item 2.

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Marriage records, Lane County, Oregon, 1852-1869 page 18

BELSHAW, Charles, age 26, & Luce, Jane, age 20 Married 26 MAy 1859 at the house of Jacob Luce by the minister of 2 (Bond, George W.)

More About CHARLES BELSHAW and JANE LUCE:

Marriage: 26 May 1859, Lane County, OR

Children of JANE LUCE and CHARLES BELSHAW are:

12. i. LINCOLN4 BELSHAW, b. 31 May 1865, Canyon City, Grant, Oregon; d. 22 Jul 1906, John Day, Grant, Oregon.

13. ii. WILLIAM GRANT BELSHAW, b. Oct 1867, Oregon.

14. iii. HATTIE BELSHAW, b. May 1872, Oregon; d. 31 Dec 1947, Grant, Oregon.

15. iv. EDITH CLARA BELSHAW, b. 11 Jan 1873, Apple Glen, Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon; d. 05 Jun 1909, Yakima, , Washington.

v. JOHNNY BELSHAW, b. Abt. 1874, Oregon; d. Abt. 1874, Oregon.

 

6. HENRY BUCKLE3 LUCE (JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 21 Sep 1841 in Green river, about twenty miles from Russellville, Kentucky, and died 03 Apr 1929 in Washington, Oregon45. He married CANDACE NEAL, daughter of WILLIAM NEAL and LYDIA SAGER. She was born 05 May 1847 in Ashtabula, Ohio, and died 22 Jul 1938 in Washington, Oregon46.

Notes for HENRY BUCKLE LUCE:

"History of the Columbia River Valley, From The Dalles to the Sea"

Author: Fred Lockley

S. J. Clarke Publishing Co.; 1928; Vol. 2,

Has a photo is of Henry B. Luce

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1880 Census OR Washington Hillsboro ED 129 Pg 364D

Line 18

259 262 Luce Henry B WM 39 Publisher KY KY VA

-----------, Candace WF 33 Wife Keeping House OH

-----------, Edward C WM 7 Son At School WA KY OH

-----------, Mary A WF 5 Daugther OR KY OH

-----------, Sidney M WM 3 Son OR KY OH

-----------, Laura WF 10/12 July Daughter OR KY OH

Mathews John B WM 17 Apprentice Printer IL IL IL

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1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Washington > Hillsboro > District 157

Line 79

Luce, Henry B. Head WM Sep 1742 57 M27yrs KY KY VA Miner

Candace A. Wife WF May 1747 53 M28yrs (9-8) OH PA OH

Edwin Son WM May 1873 27 S WA KY OH Student

Mary Dau WF May 1875 25 S OR KY OH School Teacher

Sidney N. Son WM May 1877 23 S OR KY OH Miner

Laura Dau WF Jul 1879 20 S OR KY OH Saleswoman

Ruth Dau WF Jul 1881 18 S OR KY OH At School

Inez WF Oct 1883 16 S OR KY OH At School

Henry Son WM May 1886 14 S OR KY OH At School

Helen Dau WF Feb 1888 12 S OR KY OH At School

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon; Roll: T623 1353; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 157.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lincoln > Little Elk > District 271

Line 69 Fm

Luce, Henry B. Head OF MW 78 Wd KY KY VA Rancher/Chicken

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Little Elk, Lincoln, Oregon; Roll: T625_1495; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 271; Image: 830.

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More About HENRY BUCKLE LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon47

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

Census 2: 1870, OR Lane Spencer Pg 532(See Father)

Census 3: 1880, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 129 Pg 364D

Census 4: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B

Census 5: 1920, OR Lincoln Little Elk ED 271 Pg 2B

Notes for CANDACE NEAL:

1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Washington > Forest Grove > District 277

Line 20 - 219 A Street

Luce Candace Head FW 63 M138yrs (9-0) OH PA OH Housewife

Inez Dau Fw 26 S OR KY OH Teacher

Helen Dau FW 22 S OR KY OH Stenographer/Lawyers Office

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon; Roll: T624_1291; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 277; Image: 435.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Washington > Forest Grove > District 25

Line 39 - 219 A Street

Luce, Candace Head Rent$10 FW 83 Wd OH CT OH None

Ruth Dau FW 48 S OR KY OH None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon; Roll: 1957; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 25; Image: 571.0.

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More About CANDACE NEAL:

Census 1: 1880, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 129 Pg 364D(See Husband)

Census 2: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Husband)

Census 3: 1910, OR Washington Forest Grove ED 277 Pg 13A

Census 4: 1930, OR Washington Forest Grove ED 25 Pg 3A

Children of HENRY LUCE and CANDACE NEAL are:

i. DAVID NEAL4 LUCE, b. Washington, Oregon.

ii. EDWARD CONDEN LUCE, b. 01 May 1873, Olympia, Washington; d. 14 Apr 1947, Washington, Oregon48.

Notes for EDWARD CONDEN LUCE:

"History of the Columbia River Valley, From The Dalles to the Sea"

Author: Fred Lockley

S. J. Clarke Publishing Co.; 1928; Vol. 2, Page 228

EDWARD C. LUCE

One of the most highly esteemed citizens of Washington county, Oregon, is the present county clerk, Edward C. Luce, who has lived practically all of his life in this county and whose record has gained for him an enviable reputation for ability and trustworthiness. He was born at Olympia, Washington, on the 1st of May, 1873, a son of Henry Buckle and Candace (Neal) Luce. In the Oregon Daily Journal of September 9, 1926, Fred Lockley published the following article, after an interview with H. B. Luce: "Here is where I scoop the Oregon Exchanges, which have been writing up old-time newspaper men. A day or so ago, while in Forest Grove, I interviewed a newspaper man who is eighty-five years old and who was a city editor more than fifty years ago. His name is Henry B. Luce. When I interviewed him at his home at Forest Grove, he said, 'My name is Henry Buckle Luce. My mother's maiden name was Ruhama Buckle. She was born in Virginia. My father, Jacob Luce, was born in Kentucky. I was born on Green river, about twenty miles from Russellville, Kentucky, on September 21, 1841. My brother Isaac, who was born in 1847 and who now lives in California, and myself are the only members of the family of eight children now living.

"'I crossed the plains with my parents in 1863, when I was twelve years old. We settled on the Long Tom, in Lane county. When I was twenty-one years old I went to Canyon City, where my brothers, William and David, were running a store and a pack train to The Dalles, taking out gold dust from the rich placers at Canyon City. I tried my hand at mining for a while, but didn't make much at it, so I took up a ranch on the John Day, five miles below Canyon City. Among the men I knew well at Canyon City was Tom Brentz, who carried mail, later a county official. While living in Walla Walla some years later he was elected to Congress. C. H. Miller, or Hiner Miller, as we called him, ran an express train and later became county judge of Grant county. He used to write verse, which he contributed to the Blue Mountain Eagle. He and his wife, Minnie Myrtie Miller, both wrote poetry. He later took the name of "Joaquin" and became known as "The Poet of the Sierras." The first two books of poetry he published met with a very cold reception. One was called "Specimens," the other "Joaquin, Et Al." When he failed of election to the Oregon supreme court he went to England, where he made a big hit as a poet. When I knew him he wore a long black beard and was a very unique and picturesque character.

"'I lived in or about Canyon City from 1861 to 1866. There were a great many sympathizers with the Confederate cause at Canyon City and there were also many strong Union men, so fist fights and shooting scrapes were not uncommon. I got mixed up in quite a few of these saloon fights, but not as an active participant. When they pulled their guns and began shooting I always headed for the back door as fast as I could run, as I wasn't anxious to stop any bullets. My brother John had several fights. He was a strong Union man. At a public speaking held at Canyon City one of the speakers spoke disparagingly of Lincoln and the Union cause. My brother John spoke right up in the meeting and told the speaker where to head in. After the speaking, five or six Southern sympathizers decided to lick my brother. He knocked two of them out, but the others got him down. He succeeded in getting his gun into action and they made themselves scarce.

"'In 1866, when I was twenty-five years old, I came back to the valley to get an education. I started to school at the Tualatin Academy here in 1867. President Marsh, Dr. Condon and Professors Lyman, Collier and Marsh were my teachers. I attended the academy, or Pacific University, as it is now called, for six years, graduating in 1872, when I was thirty-one years old. A week after I graduated I married Candace Neal. We went to Olympia, where I landed a job as city editor on the Puget Sound Courier. C. B. Bagley, at present secretary of the board of public works in Seattle, was editor of the Courier.

"'I taught one year in the public school at Forest Grove. This was during the time I was going to college. I had to stop to earn some money. After putting in a year on the Puget Sound Courier, I came back to Forest Grove and became editor and proprietor of the Forest Grove Independent. In 1874 I moved it to Hillsboro. I ran it for about the next twenty years.

"'In 1894 I went to the mines in southern Oregon. I mined at Grants Pass for awhile and later mined in California, Nevada and Idaho. The year 1900 found me at Atlin, Alaska. In 1901 I was mining in the ruby sand in the beach diggings at Nome. I came away too soon, for shortly after I left they struck the second beach, which proved very rich and made fortunes for many of those who took claims there.

"'During the time I was running the Independent I advocated prohibition. I was nominated by the prohibition party, and also the people's party, for state senator, but in those days prohibition had comparatively few supporters, so naturally I wasn't elected. Governor Sylvester Pennoyer appointed me dairy and food commissioner and I served for five years. We moved back to Forest Grove four years ago. My wife will tell you about our children."'

Henry B. Luce is a member of the Grange and his religious connection is with the Congregational church. - His wife, whose mother had died, came to Oregon with S. H. Marsh, founder of Pacific University, and later in the '80s her father, William Neal, came to this state. She became a successful school teacher and prior to her marriage had taught in various places in this part of the state. To Mr. and Mrs. Luce were born nine children, as follows: Edward C., of this review; Mary, who is the wife of R. W Moulton, of Toppenish, Washington; Sidney, of Plush, Oregon, is a veteran of the Spanish-American war; Laura, the widow of Peter Egoscue, late of Winnemucca, Nevada; Ruth, who is a professional nurse and lives at home; Inez, the wife of W. E. Toney; Helen, the wife of E. A. Priday of Lake View, sheriff of Lake county, Oregon; Henry Roy and David, who died in infancy. All of these children, excepting Edward C., were born in Washington county. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Luce are still living in Forest Grove and are greatly esteemed by all who know them.

Edward C. Luce was about six months old when the family came to Washington county, Oregon, and he received his educational training in the public schools of Hillsboro and Tualatin Academy and Pacific University, as it was then called. During the five years that he spent in that institution he paid his own way by working at any employment he could find, and after his graduation he taught school for three months in eastern Oregon. He then entered the law office of S. B. Huston at Hillsboro, with whom he remained for four years, during which time he served as Mr. Huston's stenographer in order to pay his expenses. He was admitted to the bar in 1903 and began the practice of law in Hillsboro. About a year later, however, because of eye trouble and poor health generally, he relinquished his practice and went to Sumpter, Washington, where he became traveling representative for the Oregon Condensed Milk Company. Two years of this outside work built up his health, and in 1908 he accepted the appointment as deputy county clerk of Washington county under J. W. Bailey. He served in that capacity for four and a half years, and was then elected county clerk, which office he filled for two terms, from 1912 to 1916. During the following two years he was variously employed, and in 1919 again entered the county clerk's office as deputy, serving as such until 1924, when he was elected county clerk and is still filling that position. His long experience and close familiarity with the details of the office enables him to render a high type of service, and his uniform courtesy and accommodation have gained for him the esteem and good will of all who have business with the office..

Mr. Luce has been a member of the Knights of Pythias for twenty years and served for many years as keeper of records and seal. He is a member of the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce and no movement for the advancement of the community's interests has ever lacked for his support. He is a cordial and affable man in his social relations and has a,host of warm and loyal friends throughout Washington, county.

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World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Edward Condon Luce

Name: Edward Condon Luce

City: Not Stated

County: Washington

State: Oregon

Birth Date: 1 May 1873

Race: White

Roll: 1852210

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: H B Luce Eddyville Lincoln Oregon

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Washington > Hillsboro > District 278

Line 99

Luce, Edward C. Roomer MW 36 S WA KY OH Deputy/County Clerk

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon; Roll: T624_1291; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 278; Image: 446.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Washington > Hillsboro > District 431 Washington County Hospital 12-13

Line 18

Luce, E.C. Roomer MW 46 S WA KY OH Deputy County Clerk/Court House

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon; Roll: T625_1505; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 431; Image: 1129

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Washington > Hillsboro > District 36

Line 70

Luce, Edward L. Roomer MW 56 S WA KY OH Clerk. County Clerk

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Hillsboro, Washington, Oregon; Roll: 1957; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 742.0.

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More About EDWARD CONDEN LUCE:

Census 1: 1880, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 129 Pg 364D(See Father)

Census 2: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 3: 1910, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 278 Pg 2B

Census 4: 1920, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 431 Pg 9A

Census 5: 1930, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 36 Pg 5B

Military service: 1918, Washington, Oregon49

16. iii. MARY ALMA LUCE, b. May 1875, Washington, Oregon; d. 01 Jun 1966, Yakima, Washington.

iv. SIDNEY MARSH LUCE, b. 29 May 1877, Washington, Oregon; d. 24 Aug 1962, Multnomah, Oregon50.

Notes for SIDNEY MARSH LUCE:

Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934

about Sydney M. Luce

Name: Sydney M. Luce

State Filed: Oregon

D 12 Oregon Inf

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Oregon Volunteers, Spanish American War and Philippine Insurrection

about Sydney M. Luce

Given Name: Sydney M.

Surname: Luce

Unit: 2nd Regiment

COMPANY: Company H

Rank: Private

Age: 21

Birthplace: Or.

Occupation: Farmer

Muster In: Portland

Page: 275

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lake > North Warner > District 139

Line 68

Luce, Sydney Boarder MW 32 S OR IA OH Miner/Gold

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: North Warner, Lake, Oregon; Roll: T624_1282; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 139; Image: 315.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lake > North Warner > District 7

Line 30

Luce, Sidney M. Head Own MW 53 S OR KY OH Farmer/Hay Farm

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: North Warner, Lake, Oregon; Roll: 1943; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 973.0.

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More About SIDNEY MARSH LUCE:

Burial: 28 Aug 1962, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon51

Census 1: 1880, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 129 Pg 364D(See Father)

Census 2: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 3: 1910, OR Lake NOrth Warner ED 139 Pg 2B

Census 4: 1930, OR Lake North Warner ED 7 Pg 1A

17. v. LAURA LUCE, b. 16 Jul 1879, Washington, Oregon; d. 21 Mar 1972, Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon.

vi. RUTH LUCE, b. Jul 1881, Washington, Oregon; d. 03 May 1973, Multnomah, Oregon52.

Notes for RUTH LUCE:

1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Marion > Salem Ward 6 > 351Oregon State Insane Asylum

Line 58

Luce, Ruth Inmate FW 53 S OR KY OH None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Salem Ward 6, Marion, Oregon; Roll: T625_1498; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 351; Image: 291.

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More About RUTH LUCE:

Census 1: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Marion Salem Ward 6 Oregon State Insane Asylum Pg 5B

Census 3: 1930, OR Washington Forest Grove ED 25 Pg 3A(See Mother)

18. vii. INEZ LUCE, b. 02 Oct 1883, Washington, Oregon; d. 25 Dec 1973, Clackamas, Oregon.

viii. HENRY ROY LUCE, b. 28 May 1886, Washington, Oregon.

Notes for HENRY ROY LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Henry Roy Luce

Name: Henry Roy Luce

City: Not Stated

County: Mohave

State: Arizona

Birth Date: 28 May 1886

Race: White

Roll: 1522646

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Mrs H B Luce (Mother) Forest Grove Oregon

More About HENRY ROY LUCE:

Census: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

ix. HELEN LUCE, b. 06 Feb 1888, Washington, Oregon; d. 05 Jul 1971, Willows, Glenn, California53,54; m. ERNEST A PRIDAY; b. Abt. 1872, England; d. 12 Feb 1943, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon55.

More About HELEN LUCE:

Census 1: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Washington Forest Grove ED 277 Pg 13A(See Mother)

Census 3: 1920, OR Lake North Warner ED 107 pg 3A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, OR Lake Lakeview ED 22 Pg 8A(See Husband)

Notes for ERNEST A PRIDAY:

1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lake > North Warner > District 107

Line 14 Fm

Priday, Ernest A. Head OF MW 48 M Emig1880 Na1887 England England England Farmer/Stock Farm

Helen Wife FW 32 M OR IL OH None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: North Warner, Lake, Oregon; Roll: T625_1495; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 107; Image: 534.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lake > Lakeview > District 22

Line 17

Priday, E.A. Head Own$4,500 MW 58 M@44 England England England Emig1876 Na Sheriff/County

Helen L. Wife FW 42 M@28 OR KY OH None

Toney, Marian Niece FW 9 S NE OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Lakeview, Lake, Oregon; Roll: 1943; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 1015.0.

 

More About ERNEST A PRIDAY:

Census 1: 1920, OR Lake North Warner ED 107 pg 3A

Census 2: 1930, OR Lake Lakeview ED 22 Pg 8A

 

7. JOHN C.3 LUCE (JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Dec 1843 in Iowa, and died 14 Sep 1904 in John Day, Oregon. He married CYNTHIA ANN HODSON 30 Jun 1868 in Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon, daughter of JAMES F. HODSON. She was born 02 Apr 1853 in Iowa, and died Aug 1889 in John Day, Oregon.

Notes for JOHN C. LUCE:

"An Illustrated history of Baker, Grant, Malheur and Harney Counties : with a brief outline of the early history of the state of Oregon." Chicago?: Western Historical Pub. Co., 1902. Page 498. Grant County.

JOHN C. LUCE

In the person of the gentleman whose name appears at the head of this article we have one of the most prominent citizens of the county and one that has been a leader since his advent here in 1862, thus being one of the first white men that settled within the borders of Grant county. In political matters, as well as in the realm of stock raiser and agriculturist, Mr. Luce has been a distinguished figure before the people for some time and his influence has been felt to the remotest corners of the state, having been so prominent in the political arena that he has been in contest for the supreme office of the state.

John C. was born September 20, 1853, in Iowa, and at the age of nine years was brought by his parents across the plains with ox teams to the Willamette valley, where they settled near Eugene until 1859, when he removed to California. It was as early as July 17, 1862, that Mr. Luce made his way into this section and engaged in mining and packing to Canyon City from The Dalles. He discerned the future of the country and accordingly took a pre-emption claim, where he still lives, three miles west from John Day. This was one of the first pieces of government land taken for farming in the county. To this he has added until he has a fine estate of five hundred acres, which is used in handling his large herds of cattle. He gained his first start in cattle by buying in the Willamette valley and driving to this section. Prosperity has followed his efforts, because of his thrift and his ceaseless efforts in attention to and wise handling of his cattle, and he has become one among the wealthy stockmen of the county. Care and thrift are manifested in all his enterprises and his place is a model of comfort and neatness. Mr. Luce has by no means confined his efforts to raising stock, but has gained distinction in a number of lines in the county, notably among which is the newspaper realm. During 1893 and 1894 he conducted successfully a sheet of merit in John Day, and was one of the most powerful men in politics in the county. He was instrumental in organizing the first Farmers' Alliance in this and Harney counties and has been a leader in it since. He was a candidate for Congress against Judge W. R. Ellis, and also was in the field for gubernatorial honors against Geer, and made a very commendable race in both cases.

The marriage of Mr. Luce and Miss Cynthia A., daughter of J. F. Hodson, was celebrated in 1868, and to them were born the following children: Lincoln B.; Chauncey M., deceased; Ruhama B.; Frederick O., deceased; James E., deceased; William A.; Charles F.; Bertha E. In 1889 Mrs. Luce was taken from her family by death and her remains were interred in the Canyon City cemetery. She was aged thirty-six years at the time of her demise.

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1870 Census OR Grant John Day Canyon City Precinct Pg 366

Line 9

32 32 Loose John C 26 MW Farmer IA

------------, Cyntha A 17 FW Keeping House IA

------------, David L 10/12 MW OR (Aug)

Line 12

33 33 Loose David N 41 MW Farmer KY

------------, Rachael S 30 F Keeping House IN

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1880 Census OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 36D

Line 36

64 64 Luce John C WM 36 Farmer IA KY VA

----------, Anna C WF 27 Wife Keeping House IA IN IA

----------, D. S. WM 11 Son OR IA IA

----------, C. M. WM 8 Son OR IA IA

----------, Ruben WF 5 Daughter OR IA IA

----------, F. O. WM 2 Son OR IA IA

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1900 Census OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B

Line 70

100 101 Luce John C Head MW Sept 1843 56 Wd IA KY VA Stock Raiser

Luce, William J Son WM Aug 1881 S OR IA KY Farm Laborer

---------, Charles F Son WM Sept 1885 14 S OR IA KY At School

---------, Bertha E Daughter WF Apr 1888 12 S OR IA KY At School

Kennedy James Boarder WM Apr 1884 16 S OR Ireland Ireland At School

Luce Laura Servant WF July 1879 20 S OR KY OH Housekeeper

More About JOHN C. LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon56

Census 1: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 36D

Census 2: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

Census 3: 1870, OR Grant John Day Canyon City Precinct Pg 366

Census 4: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B

Emigration: 1853, IA by Ox Team 10 yrs old

Occupation: 1892, Farmer

Picnic: 1892, Weston, Umatilla, OR

Residence: 1892, John Day, Umatilla, OR

More About CYNTHIA ANN HODSON:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon

Census 1: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 36D(See Husband)

Census 2: 1870, OR Grant John Day Canyon City Precinct Pg 366(See Husband)

Marriage Notes for JOHN LUCE and CYNTHIA HODSON:

Luce, John C.

Marriage: John Luce married Cynthia Hodson on Jun 30, 1868 in Douglas County, OR.

Gender: Male

Source Location: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 1697874 items 2 through 3 and 1750803 item 29.

More About JOHN LUCE and CYNTHIA HODSON:

Marriage: 30 Jun 1868, Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon

Children of JOHN LUCE and CYNTHIA HODSON are:

19. i. LINCOLN DAVID4 LUCE, b. 19 Aug 1869, Grant county, Oregon; d. 10 Jun 1951.

ii. CHAUNCEY M LUCE, b. 06 Jun 1873, Oregon; d. 03 Aug 1889, John Day, Grant, Oregon.

More About CHAUNCEY M LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City cemetery, Canyon City, Oregon57

Census: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 36D(See Father)

20. iii. RUHAMA B LUCE, b. Abt. 1875, Oregon.

iv. FREDERICK OTTO LUCE, b. Abt. 1878, Oregon; d. Aug 1889, John Day, Oregon.

More About FREDERICK OTTO LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon58

Census: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 36D(See Father)

21. v. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS LUCE, b. 26 Mar 1881, John Day, Oregon; d. 15 Apr 1950, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

vi. JAMES EDWARD LUCE, b. Abt. 1883, Oregon; d. Aug 1889, John Day, Oregon.

More About JAMES EDWARD LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon59

22. vii. CHARLES FRANKLIN LUCE, b. 10 Sep 1885, Oregon.

23. viii. BERTHA ELMINA LUCE, b. 20 Apr 1888, John Day, Oregon; d. 29 Mar 1954, Santa Cruz, California.

 

8. ISAAC K3 LUCE (JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 31 Oct 1847 in Oskaloasa, Manaska, Iowa, and died 21 Nov 1926 in Albion, Whitman, Washington. He married LORINDA PETTY Abt. 1880 in Oregon, daughter of JOSEPH PETTY and MARTHA BUNYARD. She was born 15 Nov 1858 in Eugene, Lane, Oregon, and died 09 Sep 1940 in Billings, Yellowstone, Montana60.

Notes for ISAAC K LUCE:

1880 Census WA Whitman ED 55 Pg 345A

Line 45

618 620 Luce Isaac M 32 Farmer IA IA IA

------------, Lorinda F 21 Wife Keeps House OR MO MO

------------, Eva F 5 Daughter OR IA MO

------------, Norah F 3 Daughter OR IA MO

------------, Henry M 1 Son WA IA MO

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Washington State and Territorial Censuses, 1857-1892 > 1883 > Whitman

Line 13

Luce, I.K. 35 MW Teacher IA

Lorinda 24 FW OR

Era 7 FW OR

Nora 6 FW OR

Henry 4 MW OR

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Washington State and Territorial Censuses, 1857-1892 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Washington. Washington Territorial Census Rolls, 1857-1892. Olympia, Washington: Washington State Archives. M1, 20 rolls.

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Washington State and Territorial Censuses, 1857-1892 > 1887 > Whitman

I.K. Luce 39 MW Farmer M IA

Lorinda Luce 28 FW M OR

Eva Luce 11 FW S OR

Nora Luce 10 FW S OR

Henry 8 MW S W.T.

John Luce 4 MW S W.T.

Ivan Luce 1 MW S W.T.

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Washington State and Territorial Censuses, 1857-1892 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Washington. Washington Territorial Census Rolls, 1857-1892. Olympia, Washington: Washington State Archives. M1, 20 rolls.

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Washington State and Territorial Censuses, 1857-1892 > 1889 > Whitman

Line 30

I.K. Luce 41 MW Farmer M IA

L. Luce 30 FW M OR

Eva Luce 13 FW OR

Nora Luce 12 FW OR

Henry Luce 10 MW W.T.

Van Luce 3 MW W.T.

Clary Luce 2 MA W.T.

Ira Luce 1/6 MW W.T.

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Washington State and Territorial Censuses, 1857-1892 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Washington. Washington Territorial Census Rolls, 1857-1892. Olympia, Washington: Washington State Archives. M1, 20 rolls.

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1900 United States Federal Census > Washington > Whitman > Palouse > District 92

Line 40

Luce, Isac Head WM Oct 1847 52 M25yrs IA KY VA Farmer

Lorinda Wife WF Nov 1858 41 M25yrs (10-7) OR OH IN

Van Son WM Jul 1885 14 S WA IA OR At School

Clay Son WM May 1887 13 S WA IA OR At School

Ira Son WM Feb 1889 11 S WA IA OR At School

Dean Son WM Feb 1898 2 S WA IA OR

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Palouse, Whitman, Washington; Roll: T623 1753; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 92.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Washington > Whitman > Palouse > District 266

Line 54

Luce, Isaac K. Head MW 62 M1-35yrs IA KY VA Farmer/Gen.Farm

Lorinda Wife FW 51 M1-35yrs (11-3) OR OH MO None

Dean Son MW 12 S WA IA OR None

Wayne Son MW 9 S WA IA OR None

2 Servants

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Palouse, Whitman, Washington; Roll: T624_1674; Page: 22B; Enumeration District: 266; Image: 975.

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1920 United States Federal Census > California > San Joaquin > Dent > District 141Line 71 Fm

Luce, Clay B. Head Rent MW 32 M WA IA OR Farmer/Gen.Farm

Maude A. Wife FW 29 M NC NC NC None

Henry B?? Son MW 9 S MT WA NC None

Albert B?? Son MW 6 S MT WA NC None

Line 75 Fm

Luce, Isaac K. Head OF MW 72 M IA KY VA Farmer/Gen.Farm

Lorinda Wife FW 61 M OR OH MS None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Dent, San Joaquin, California; Roll: T625_143; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 141; Image: 104.

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More About ISAAC K LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington61

Census 1: 1850, IA Mahaska Pg 200(See Father)

Census 2: 1860, OR Lane Spencer Duckworth Pg 269(See Father)

Census 3: 1870, OR Lane Spencer Pg 532(See Father)

Census 4: 1880, WA Whitman ED 55 Pg 345A

Census 5: 1883, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19

Census 6: 1887, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19

Census 7: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19

Census 8: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 13A

Census 9: 1910, WA Whitman Palouse ED 266 Pg 22B

Census 10: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B

Notes for LORINDA PETTY:

1930 United States Federal Census > California > San Joaquin > Ripon > District 81

Line 63

Luce, Henry K. Head Rent MW 50 M@23 WA IL OR Farner/Rented Farm

Daisy V. Wife FW 50 M@23 WA WI IA None

Lois E. Dau FW 15 S WA WA WA None

Lorinda Mother MW 71 Wd M@16 OR OH MO None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Ripon, San Joaquin, California; Roll: 212; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 81; Image: 774.0.

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More About LORINDA PETTY:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington62

Census 1: 1880, WA Whitman ED 55 Pg 345A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1883, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Husband)

Census 3: 1887, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Husband)

Census 4: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Husband)

Census 5: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 13A(See Husband)

Census 6: 1910, WA Whitman Palouse ED 266 Pg 22B(See Husband)

Census 7: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Father)

Census 8: 1930, CA San Joaquin Ripon ED 891 Pg 10B

More About ISAAC LUCE and LORINDA PETTY:

Marriage: Abt. 1880, Oregon

Children of ISAAC LUCE and LORINDA PETTY are:

24. i. EVA F4 LUCE, b. 20 Aug 1875, Lane, Oregon; d. 02 Nov 1944, Albion, Whitman, Washington.

25. ii. NORAH F LUCE, b. 27 Mar 1877, Oregon; d. 29 Jul 1944, Billings, Montana.

26. iii. HENRY KNOX LUCE, b. 14 Apr 1879, Palouse, Whitman, Washington; d. 13 Aug 1940, San Joaquin, California.

iv. LARA LUCE, b. 31 Jul 1881, Washington; d. 15 Oct 1882, Washington.

More About LARA LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington63

v. JOHN LUCE, b. 04 May 1883, Washington; d. 15 Jun 1888, Washington.

More About JOHN LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington64

Census: 1887, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

27. vi. VAN BUCKLES LUCE, b. 31 Jul 1885, Palouse, Whitman, Washington; d. 29 Jan 1974, Spokane, Spokane, Washington.

28. vii. CLAY B LUCE, b. 01 May 1887, Palouse, Whitman, Washington; d. 30 Sep 1974, Moscow, Latah, Idaho.

29. viii. IRA NORVAL LUCE, b. 18 Feb 1889, Albion, Whitman Co., Washington; d. 04 Aug 1944, Marion, Oregon.

ix. CLARA K LUCE, b. 04 Feb 1892, Kamiac, Whitman, Washington65; d. 08 Oct 1898.

More About CLARA K LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington66

30. x. DEAN LUCE, b. 22 Feb 1898, Four Mile, Whitman, Washington; d. 16 Apr 1980, Tacoma, Pierce, WA.

xi. WAYNE LUCE, b. 30 Dec 1900, Whitman, Washington67; d. 16 Oct 1913.

More About WAYNE LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington68

Census: 1910, WA Whitman Palouse ED 266 Pg 22B(See Father)

 

Generation No. 4

9. HENRY CLAY4 LUCE (WILLIAM3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 24 Sep 1857 in California, and died Abt. 1931. He married EVA SPURLOCK 16 Dec 1886 in Grant, Oregon69.

Notes for HENRY CLAY LUCE:

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In Quest of the Blue Bucket Mine

May 02, 1919

Three days ox team journey from the grave of Mrs. Chambers near the mouth of Crane Creek was where the Blue Bucket Mine was found and lost - by Clint Haight

There was a woman in the case; a fabulous fortune of gold; a lost immigrant train, the parting of friends and loved ones; a mystery ... and thus the romance of early Oregon unfolds. The story of the lost Blue Bucket Gold Mine portrays the sterling character of the pioneer; his visions, his experience, his hopes, his sentiments of friendship, love and fidelity.

"Show me the grave of a woman, and I will show you the Blue Bucket Mine". That was the legend that lured the early prospector on. It was the key that was left with which nature's storehouse was to be unlocked to favor the fortunate one with a fabulous fortune of gold. A woman. A grave. A fortune. That is the story of the Blue Bucket Mine.

The grave has been found -- two of them, and then both denied, for some tradition says that two Frenchmen in order to obliterate all trace of the mine, moved the grave; moved both graves. We have the story from those who know, and the following was told ...

by Clay Luce of Canyon City

"I was born in California and I came to Canyon Creek, Grant County, in June 1863. There were then about 5,000 miners and prospectors on Canyon Creek and vicinity. I was reared among these men, and time and time again have heard the discussions about the Blue Bucket Mine and also the Lost Cabin Mine. These men believed that there was a Blue Bucket Mine and many parties in those early days, left Canyon City to search for the lost treasure. I have seen them leave; I have seen them return. I have searched for it myself. I am now 63 and spent most of my life prospecting and mining.

The best information that I got regarding the Blue Bucket Mine was from my grandmother, Mrs. Fisher, who was with the train that found the gold. She died and was buried in the Canyon City Cemetery 1911 at the age of 94. Her name was Mrs. Rapalee at the time of her death.

DRAMATIS PERSONAE ---

My father crossed the plains between 1845 and 1847. The next year after he left, a train was organized in Iowa. There were about 400 in the train. I never heard them speak of horses, but always referred to their cattle, and evidently they used oxen entirely.

In this train was my grandmother, Mrs. Fisher, and her father, Dr. Fisher. My mother was also in the train. My grandfather on my father's side was in the train. His name was Jacob Luce. His wife and family were with John C. Luce, who was a Populace candidate of Oregon in the early '90s. Isaac Luce, Jane Luce (who was Mrs. C.A. Belshaw and who died here two years ago), and Polly Luce. I also had an uncle, Frank Fisher, and there was a man by the name of Samuel Parker. He was the father of Mrs. Dolly Bonham and Mrs. Elizabeth Birge, now living here.

I might also say that in so much as this story is weaved around the grave of a woman, that her name was Chambers and the first wife of Jack Chambers father. Jack Chambers now lives in Canyon City.

"Show me her grave and I will show you the Blue Bucket" was the slogan of the early and pioneer prospector. I heard my Grandmother Fisher tell this story many times, and as it was full of adventure, privation, and the romance of birth, death, courtship, and marriage with the thrills that come with Indian stories, and finally ending with buckets of gold, I was an attentive listener. From her description I mapped the route. I drew a pencil sketch of hills, mountain, streams, and valleys, until I had a mental picture of that immigrant train fixed in my mind. I heard many stories from other sources, but the one my grandmother and mother told me, later corroborated by Samuel Parker, was to me the correct version.

The story really begins with the death of my grandfather, Dr. Fisher. The cattle were taken sick and some died. They acted as if they had been poisoned. My grandfather made an examination of a carcus and in some way infected his hand and died the next day of blood poisoning. There was a Dr. Johnson in the train and he administered to my grandfather. More than anything else, the pioneers dreaded a coyote. They held them in complete abhorence, and so, to protect the death, they burned two old wagons and put scrap iron in the grave of my grandfather Fisher. This grave is 13 miles east of Vale and with Samuel Parker I found it and was able to identify it by the scrap iron.

After this incident nothing happened until the Malheur River was reached. This camp was about a mile below the present site of Vale. It was identified from the Hot Springs. These Hot Springs now mark an opoch in Oregon history for they marked a place about which there can be no controversy and tell the story of the parting of the ways. Here the first dissention arose and here it was that friends parted never to meet again. The train stayed here for some four or five days and grandmother and mother with many of the other women of the party spent much of the time at the Hot Springs washing and cleaning up the clothes of the party in the natural hot water.

Yes, there was a villan in this story, and he was Joe Meeks. Joe Meek or Meeks joined the train somewhere in Montana or Idaho. He claimed to have been to Oregon and knew a short cut. Somewhere in Idaho some of the men began to distrust Meek. This feeling grew and when stakes were pulled and the train got ready to move from the Hot Springs on the Malheur, it divided into three sections.

THE TRAIN DIVIDES ---

It might have been that Steve Meek fell in with the train here. At any rate the feeling frew so tense that the life of one of the Meeks was threatened, and it was only because there were some in the party who stood by Meek that he was saved from hanging. Dr. Fisher was buried on August 12th so it was getting late in the season and provisions running low. Meek did not know the way. Some wanted to turn south and some to swing up the Malheur. With Meek, one section of the train swung to the south and toward the Stein Mt. country in southern Harney. Meek abandoned this train after about a week, and from then on my grandmother never heard of them. It was reported they were lost. And in Mason Valley in after years was found the remains of about 100 skeletons with the skulls scattered over the ground. I visited this place in 1877. Local tradition says it was an Indian massacre, and another story told how an immigrant train had been lost, and some believe that it was the first section of the immigrant train that met discord at the Hot Springs below Vale on the Malheur River.

The rest of the party traveled about 16 miles up the Malheur River. Here the river makes a horseshoe bend, and so the train, rather than follow the river, turned over the divide and passed Castle Rock as the pioneers knew it, H.C. Mt. The Hot Springs was a place that could not be confused and was remembered, and so far as the story is concerned is point one about which there is no confusion. Point two is H.C. Mt. It's peculiar shape and situation made it conspicuous in memory. Descending from this peculiar mountain they again struck the big river, or the Malheur. Of course, none of these mountains, streams or valleys were named at that time, and it was only by some peculiar characteristic that they were described and in later years identified by the description. At any rate these two points were fixed.

Going down off of this divide they struck the Malheur River again, and followed it until they came to another divide and this is where Willow Creek heads. There are a number of little streams in this vicinity and gold has been found here in a number of places, and much of it was coarse, heavy gold.

From this point another epoch in Oregon's history unfolds. Dissention started at the Hot Springs on the Malheur and one section went south. The contention never ended and at the head of Willow Creek the train split in twain, one section going down Willow Creek to Huntington, out by way of Baker, Grande Ronde Valley, Pendleton, and down the Columbia. This is now known as the "Old Oregon Trail". My grandfather, Jacob Luce, and his family, went with this train. They never reported the discovery of any gold, nor did they find any. Their story is full of interest, but as it now ceases to have any part in this story of the Blue Bucket we will bid them goodbye and wave to them a wish of good luck as they disappear down the slope of Willow Creek and leave them where the old Oregon trail begins.

DEATH MARKS THE BLUE BUCKET ---

"Show me the grave of a woman and I will show you buckets of gold" ...., Sounds uncanny. Like the voice of the dead coming from away out yonder and from the divide that all old prospectors cross over. And yet, in fact, this has to do with the story of the Blue Bucket.

This train which had started out from Iowa with four hundred, had met with death and it's numbers cut down. But away out there on the prairie a little stranger struck camp so nature's compensation of life and death kept the number of this party about the same. It was discord that now left the party a small third of those who left Iowa to seek the land that beckoned from a way out yonder. The third and last section passed on and after parting with friends at the headwaters of Willow Creek, they descended onto the waters of the Little Malheur and struck it about where the old Lockhart place is, which is now owned by William Tureman, and on which gold has been found. The river makes another bend in here and the train cut up and over the mountain here. When they came down again onto the Malheur it was at a point where the Crane Creek empties. It was stated that 5 or 6 miles before this stream was struck, death visited the train. Mrs. Mary or Sarah E. Chambers was stricken with a fever and died. She was the first wife of the father of Jack Chambers of Canyon City.

To find the Blue Bucket we will have to return to this grave. For the present let us pass on with this train, which, like the children of Israel, were wandering in the wilderness. They went up Crain Creek about a mile and then swung to the southwest and continued their slow progress until they reached the middle fork of the Malheur about six miles above the present site of Drewsey. From here the exact route is a mystery except from a description of crowcamp in Harney County. They might have passed in above the head of Trout Creek, and here gold has been found, but this is about 100 miles from the grave and to find the Blue Bucket it is important that we remain close to this mound of earth where slumbers the dust of one of those who brough civilization across the continent. The big lakes they saw and described, and these were without doubt Harney and Malheur Lakes.

The story of their wanderings is a romance. How they finally crossed the Deschutes, and then over the mountains read like fiction. Some of this party settled near Eugene and some went to California. But after we leave the big lakes, we have passed all of the points that have to do with the story of the Blue Bucket, and so we will pass back along the trail.

Twenty five years passed. I had heard much and as a boy had searched for this famous mine. Samuel Parker, who was with the party, returned to Canyon Creek. He visited at my home. He discussed their trip with my mother and grandmother. He was then a man of 65 or 70 years of age. We mapped the country and the folks agreed on most of the points passed and many of the incidents of the long journey. But there was one point of difference. It was the grave; the grave of Sarah E. Chambers. Mrs. Fisher maintained that the gold was found three days before the death of Mrs. Chambers, and Parker argued that it was three days after. Three days before would put the party at the head of Willow Creek, a gold district; three days after would put the party near Drewsey or beyond and there has never been any gold found along the trail here until the head of Trout Creek and this is 100 miles, too far for a three days journey of ox teams.

THE BLUE BUCKET FOUND ---

The grave is six miles east of the mouth of Crane Creek. Three days before that the mysterious gold mine was found and lost. But why do these people remember that it was three days before? The gloom of death was cast over the train. Two reasons: first, a member of the party was stricken with a fever; secondly, the cattle were lost. Three of the young men went out in search of the stock. They walked all day in their search and well along in the late afternoon came to a small stream. In the shade they lay down; in the cool waters of the stream they quenched their thirst. These men knew nothing of gold, yet with instinct that seems born in man they were attracted by the virgin metal that like pebbles lined the creek. For it's peculiarity they gathered it with the same interest we pick up an unusual stone and admire its singular beauty or oddness of shape or color. When they left, they turned their backs on the Blue Bucket Mine, and it is not recorded, although we hope that when they lost the Blue Bucket Mine, they found their oxen.

BUT WHY BLUE BUCKET? ---

On their return they exhibited their find in a careless way and the wise ones pronounced it "copper". As they hammered it out on the wagontire someone spoke out and asked, "Was there much of it?" "We could have filled one of these blue buckets". There were no tin buckets then, they all carried wooden buckets and they were painted to preserve them and all pioneers will remember that they were painted a bright blue as were most of the wagons.

Mrs. Fisher says the boys had 15 or 20 pieces. This incident was forgotten by Mrs. Fisher until she arrived in California and during the years of 1848 and 1849 she was reminded of the incident that occurred that day Mrs. Chambers was stricken with a fever, and the oxen strayed. She had kept a piece of this "copper" and in the light of her California experience, this "copper" had turned to gold. How much was there of it? Buckets of it, blue buckets. Is that not enough to start the prospector? And was it not the California prospector who came to this part of Oregon - whole trains of them - and through the years the search has gone on and will continue until some old prospector, weary of foot, tired of life, drinks out of the same pool where copper, that turned to gold, was found. And that place is a three days ox journey from the grave of Sarah E. Chambers. Find the mound that covers her dust and turn your face to the east and within two are to be found "buckets of copper that turn to gold."

NOR IS THIS ALL --

Look on the head of Willow Creek. Yes, it is on the head of Willow Creek, or some small stream where the oxen strayed. "I'll tell you why", says Mr. Luce. My mother, my grandmother, and Parker mapped the route of the Blue Bucket train, and they said "Show me the grave of a woman and we will show you the Blue Bucket Mine". But how are we to know that this is a grave? Because the pioneer honored it's dead and rather than permit coyotes to dig open a newly made mound, a wagon was burned as it were for a burnt offering, and it's scrap iron mixed with the consecrated soil inside. Clue enough. I was then a lad of 18; Mr. Parker about 65. He knew; I believed; we started. Our pack was sufficient for a month's trip. We started and connected our story with the grave of Dr. Fisher some 13 miles east of Vale. Mr. Parker recognized the Hot Springs and all the incidents connected with the parting of the ways of the villan Joe (not Steve) Meek. Yes, there was a love affair, a birth, a fight, suspicion, envy, jealousy was in this story, just like it is in every day life. But around the campfire where the old immigrant train had come to discord and friends who were never seen again turned south, he told me that if we could find the grave of a woman, we would find buckets of gold - blue buckets. We followed the old trail, H.C. or Castle Mt. was recognized and described before we came to it. On we passed. For 100 miles we followed that old trail but were out of the gold belt, so we retraced and to a point about 6 miles east of where Crane Creek meets the Malheur we found the grave of Mrs. Chambers. I have since been to the grave a number of times. Others have been there. A wagontire marks the boundaries of the grave, and there is scrap iron just below the sod. On the end gate of an old wagon is a name. It had been scratched into the wood. With my knife I followed the letter. The tooth of time had gnawed its way into this solid slab of oak until the letters were quite obliterated and from my own personal inspection I read the words either Mary or Sarah E. Chambers or Chamberlain. Three days before this woman died, gold was found, but where? We searched. We went back and forth on this trail, but maybe we missed it by a hundred yards - maybe a mile. Maybe nature uncovered those golden sands and gravel to the sight of the three whose only mission was oxen, and then with a water spout hid them from the quest of the old prospector who alone is content to hunt, and hunt, and pass on hoping, hoping, hoping. And really it would be cruel to find that which would forever still the hope that lures men on and on and even on until they come to the great divide yonder slopes which are paved with gold.

The End

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1920 United States Federal Census > Idaho > Payette > Payette > District 154

Line 17

Luce, Henry C. Head Rent MW 63 Wd CA KY IN Laborer

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Payette, Payette, Idaho; Roll: T625_294; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 154; Image: 280.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Malheur > Riverside > District 33

Line 97

Luce, Henry C. Head Own MW 72 Wd CA KY IN Farmer/Farm

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Riverside, Malheur, Oregon; Roll: 1945; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 33; Image: 1062.0.

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More About HENRY CLAY LUCE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon70

Census 1: 1860, CA Siskiyou Klamath Pg 80(See Father)

Census 2: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct PO Canyon City Pg 365(See Father)

Census 3: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 37A(See Father)

Census 4: 1920, ID Payette Payette ED 154 Pg 2A

Census 5: 1930, OR Malheur Riverside ED 33 Pg 1B

More About HENRY LUCE and EVA SPURLOCK:

Divorce: 18 Jun 1918, Malheur, Oregon71

Marriage: 16 Dec 1886, Grant, Oregon72

Child of HENRY LUCE and EVA SPURLOCK is:

i. CLARENCE CLYDE5 LUCE, b. 30 Jul 1887, John Day, Grant, Oregon73; d. 23 Sep 1966, Yoncalla, Douglas, Oregon74; m. (1) ALICE E ?; b. Abt. 1893, California; d. 12 May 1960, Douglas, Oregon75; m. (2) MARY KING; b. 23 Mar 1899, Austin, Nevada; d. 07 Dec 1981.

Notes for CLARENCE CLYDE LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Clarence C Luce

Name: Clarence C Luce

City: Not Stated

County: Elko

State: Nevada

Birthplace: Oregon;United States of America

Birth Date: 30 Jul 1887

Race: Caucasian (White)

Roll: 1711534

DraftBoard: 0

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Reno Evening Gazette (Reno, Nevada) > 1966 > September > 24 page 12

Clarence Luce

Clarence Luce 79, a retired rancher, died Friday in Austin following a brief illness.

Luce, of Yoncall, Ore., was born July 30, 1887, in John Day, Ore.

He is survived by his widow, May; two stepsons, Orvin Hammond of Dove Creek, Colo., and Al Hammond of Eureka, Nev; a stepdaughter, Emma Gandolfo of Austin; 10 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services are pending at O'Brien - Rogers Funeral Home.

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Reno Evening Gazette (Reno, Nevada) > 1966 > September > 26 page 8

LUCE -- Clarence Luce, died in Reno on Sept. 23, 1966. He was a native of Oregon and was 79 years of age. He is survived by his wife, May; two stepsons, Orvin and Al Hammond, one stepdaughter, Emma Gancolfo, ten grandchildren and one great grandson and several neices and nephews. Services will be held in O'Brien-Rogers Chapel on Sept 27, 1966 at 10 a.m. Graveside services in Austin, Nevada at 4 p.m. on Sept. 27, 1966.

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Clarence Luce

Funeral service for Clarence Luce, 79, a retired rancher, will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the O'Brien-Rogers Funeral Home. Graveside services will be conducted at 4 p.m. in the Austin Cemetery.

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1910 United States Federal Census > California > Modoc > Cedarville > District 41

Line 41

Luce, Clarence C. Boarder MW 22 S OR CA OR Laborer/Odd Jobs

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Cedarville, Modoc, California; Roll: T624_87; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 41; Image: 1442.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Nevada > Elko > Deep Creek > District 13

Line 25 Fm

Luce, Clarence C. Head OF MW 32 M OR CA OR Rancher/Cattle Ranck

Alice E. Wife FW 27 M CA IL CA None

1 Foreman

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Deep Creek, Elko, Nevada; Roll: T625_1004; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 348.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Idaho > Payette > New Plymouth > District 13

Line 53 - West Boulevard

Luce, Clarence C. Rent$5.00 MW 42 M@29 OR CA OR Dealer/Automobile

Alice E. Wife FW 37 M@24 CA IA CA None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: New Plymouth, Payette, Idaho; Roll: 403; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 147.0.

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More About CLARENCE CLYDE LUCE:

Burial: I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Austin, Lander County, Nevada76

Census 1: 1910, CA Modoc Cedarville ED 41 pg 1A

Census 2: 1920, NV Elko Deep Creek ED 13 Pg 6A

Census 3: 1930, ID Payette New Plymouth ED 13 Pg 3B

More About ALICE E ?:

Census 1: 1920, NV Elko Deep Creek ED 13 Pg 6A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1930, ID Payette New Plymouth ED 13 Pg 3B(See Husband)

More About MARY KING:

Burial: I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Austin, Lander County, Nevada77

 

10. IRA L4 CAMPBELL (MARY POLLY ANN3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 31 May 1858 in Oregon, and died 15 Oct 1904 in Lane, Oregon. He married IDAHO COGSWELL 06 Feb 1897, daughter of JOHN COGSWELL and MARY GAY. She was born 16 Jan 1864 in at the foot of the Coburg Hills, four miles east of the Coburg Bridge, near the mouth of the Mohawk River, Oregon, and died 12 Aug 1932 in Lane, Oregon78.

Notes for IRA L CAMPBELL:

1880 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 65

Line 27

Campbell, Ira WM 22 Boarder S Painter OR IA KY

Line 36

Campbell, Jno. WM 25 Boarder S Editor General OR IN KY

Eugene WM 19 Boarder S Printer Attd School OR IN KY

Wm.T. WM 27 Boarder S Carpenter IA IN KY

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T9_1081; Family History Film: 1255081; Page: 256.4000; Enumeration District: 65; Image: 0722.

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1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 111

Line 61

Campbell, Ira L. Head WM May 1858 42 M3yrs OR IN IN Printer

Ida F. Wife WF Jan 1864 36 M3yrs (3-3) OR NY MO

Ethel Dau WF Jul 1889 10 S OR OR OR

Cogswell Son WM Feb 1898 2 S OR OR OR

Jack F. Son WM Jan 1899 1 S OR OR OR

Line 66

Cogswell, John Head WM Feb 1814 86 Wd NY NY NY Landlord (Idaís Dad?)

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T623 1349; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 111.

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More About IRA L CAMPBELL:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon79

Census 1: 1860, OR Lane Eugene Pg 252(See Father)

Census 2: 1870, OR Lane Eugene Pg 468(See Father)

Census 3: 1880, OR Lane Eugene ED 65 Pg 256D

Census 4: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 111 Pg 10B

Estate: 31 Dec 1904, Lane, Oregon80

Notes for IDAHO COGSWELL:

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Campbell, Idaho Frazer

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IDAHO COGSWELL FRAZER CAMPBELL

Idaho Cogswell was born January 16, 1864, the fifth child of Cogswell, John and Mary Cogswell, on the McKenzie River donation claim, at the foot of the Coburg Hills, four miles east of the Coburg Bridge, near the mouth of the Mohawk River.

She started her education in the school house built by her father on his place. Her name is listed as attending the University of Oregon Prep. School and the University 1881-1882, 1882-1883, 1883-1884. Her schooling was interrupted by the illness of her sister, DeEtta, who she took to Santa Barbara, Calif. (by boat) to try to regain her health, the Winter of 1885-86.

The year after her sister passed away, her mother died of Typhoid fever, in 1887. The following year, June 17, 1888 Idaho Cogswell was married to Nicholas Kizer Frazer, at her home just east of Thurston, and she moved to Pendleton, Oregon. July 1, 1889, her daughter, Eva, was born.

Six months later, January 28, 1890, her husband met a tragic death. (He was lost in the Blue Mountains and found frozen to death).

Mrs. Frazer and Eva returned to her father, who was then located on his ranch 25 miles east of Eugene. She remained there until she built her home at 252 Pearl St., Eugene, Oregon, in 1892.

February 6, 1897, she married Ira L. Campbell who was editor, publisher and co-owner (with his brother John) of the Daily Eugene Guard newspaper. Three children were born: Cogswell Frazer Campbell, February 19, 1898; Jackson Frazer Campbell, January 21, 1900; and (Catherine) Celeste Campbell, March 12, 1905.

Idaho had before this, become a charter member of the Eugene Fortnightly Club in 1893. She was also a member of the Eugene Shakespeare Club. She continued to take an active interest in local and national affairs.

In 1894, she and Eva spent several months in Chicago with her sister, Lischon Miller and a cousin Catherine Cogswell. She made a number of trips to visit her daughter, Eva, first in 1922 in Chicago and later in Madison, Wisconsin. She was proud of being the daughter of early Oregon pioneers and she never lost her love of Oregon's wonderful out-of-doors and nature.

The spirit of adventure stayed with her and perhaps the highlight of her life (not even climaxed by a trip to the Hawaiian Islands in 1931 with her daughter, Celeste) was on July 6, 1928, when she flew from San Francisco to Chicago in the regular Boeing Air Transport plane carrying U. S. Mail, with room for only two passengers. They flew in an open cockpit and took 24 hours for the trip. She was thrilled passing over the plains where her parents had crossed in covered wagons.

She died August 12, 1932, and was laid to rest in the Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene Ward 2 > District 159

Line 69

Campbell, Idaho Head FW 46 M1-13yrs OR NY MO None

Eva Dau FW 20 S OR CA OR None

Cogswell Son MW 12 S OR CA OR None

Dodson Son MW 10 S OR OR OR None

Catherine Son? MW? 5 S OR OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Eugene Ward 2, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T624_1282; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 159; Image: 1134

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene Ward 2 > District 243

Line 29 - 252 Pearl Street

Campbell, Idaho Head OF FW 55 Wd OR NY MO None

Cogswell F. Son MW 21 S OR OR OR None

Celeste Dau FW 14 S OR OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Eugene Ward 2, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T625_1495; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 243; Image: 1072.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 37

Line 9 274 H Street

Campbell, Cogswell Head Own$3,000 MW 32 M@24 OR OR OR Proprietor/Ice Plant

Mary Wife FW 30 M@21 CA NE PA None

Marjorie Dau FW 8 S OR OR CA None

Patricia Dau FW 6 S OR OR CA None

Line 13 - 252 H Street

Campbell Idaho Own$3,000 FW 66 Wd OR NY MO None

Celeste Dau FW 25 S OR OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: 1946; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 37; Image: 773.0.

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More About IDAHO COGSWELL:

Burial: Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery81

Census 1: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 111 Pg 10B(See Husband)

Census 2: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 159 Pg 12B

Census 3: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 243 Pg 1A

Census 4: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 37 Pg 1A

Estate: 31 Dec 1932, Lane, Oregon82

More About IRA CAMPBELL and IDAHO COGSWELL:

Marriage: 06 Feb 1897

Children of IRA CAMPBELL and IDAHO COGSWELL are:

31. i. COGSWELL FRAZER5 CAMPBELL, b. 19 Feb 1898, Oregon; d. 02 Aug 1977, Bellingham, Washington.

ii. JACKSON FRAZER CAMPBELL, b. 21 Jan 1900, Oregon; d. 27 Oct 1917, killed at 17 in a hunting accident.

Notes for JACKSON FRAZER CAMPBELL:

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Campbell, Jackson

From Lane Co Oregon

Jackson Frazer Campbell was born January 21, 1900. Jackson's parents were Ira Campbell and Idaho. As a child he lived in the Ira Campbell House with his siblings Celeste, Cogswell and Eva in Eugene. Jackson was killed at 17 in a hunting accident in 1917

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More About JACKSON FRAZER CAMPBELL:

Burial: IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon83

Census 1: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 111 Pg 10B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 159 Pg 12B(See Mother)

iii. CELESTE CATHERINE CAMPBELL, b. 12 Mar 1905, Eugene, Lane, Oregon; d. 30 Aug 1957, Lane, Oregon84.

Notes for CELESTE CATHERINE CAMPBELL:

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Campbell, Celeste

From Lane Co Oregon

(CATHERINE) CELESTE CAMPBELL

Celeste was born March 12, 1905 in Eugene, Oregon, daughter of Ira Campbell and Idaho. As a child she lived in the Ira Campbell House with her siblings Jackson, Cogswell and Eva in Eugene.

She attended the Public Schools here and graduated from the Eugene High School, one of the two out-standing honor students. In 1923, she joined the Portland Mazamas, and climbed Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams and Mt. Jefferson. In 1926, she received her B.A. from the University of Oregon in Romance Languages. She obtained her B.M. in music (piano) in 1928. During the Summer of 1927, she traveled to most of the capitals of Europe. In January 1931, she visited the Hawaiian Islands with her mother. On the campus, she was active in Mu Phi Epsilon, national music honorary and in Pi Lambda Theta, national education honorary.

In September 1925, she hiked the Oregon Skyline Trail, from the McKenzie Pass to Diamond Lake. Later, she joined the Eugene Obsidians and climbed the Three Sisters and Diamond Peak, becoming an Obsidian Princess in 1939. In 1949, she and a niece, Bonnie Johnson, climbed (alone) Mt. Lassen. From 1932 to 1942, she taught music, piano and voice, (after 1933) at her home at 1833 Fairmount Blvd., Eugene. During World War 2, she and many other little children assisted in surgical dressings for the Red Cross by picking over spagnum moss. Also she had one band of helpers who went out into the country and saved fruit by picking it and bringing it in to town, where the mothers canned it for the War. During World War ll, Celeste worked continuously at the Eugene Filter Air Warning Service under the U.S. Air Force as well as doing some Air Observation Work. She was a member of the Red Cross Motor Corps. and spent many hours doing Surgical Dressing at the main office.

She drove a tractor on her cousin's dairy farm, about 22 miles north of Eugene for two complete summers (or a total of 12 months in all, often working all night (13 hours at a time.) The Fall of 1943, she took a paid job, as secretary to Howard Morriam in the Office of Defense Transportation in the Eugene Armory. June 13, 1944, she began work at the University of Oregon in the Physical Plant Dept., becoming a Clerk-Typist I under Civil Service. July 1, 1953, she transferred to the University of Oregon Telephone Exchange Office where she was a P.B.X. Operator I.

Celeste belonged to the Eugene Shakespeare Club and the Eugene Fortnightly Club, the Natural History Club, the Lane County Pioneer Society, & The State Association of University of Women. She enjoyed all of nature, birds, trees, flowers, animals and weather, also was an observational astronomer. She spent as much time as possible in the mountains or at the ocean.

Celeste with the valuable assistance of her sister, Eva Frazer Johnson, has assembled, compiled and typed the Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery paper on the pioneer families of A.J. Campbell, John Cogswell, Martin Baker Gay & Jacob Frazer.

The house that John Campbell built in 1892 was owned by the Campbell family for over 100 years. In 1993 Myra and Roger Plant purchased the home, completely renovating it and opening it to the public as a bed & breakfast inn.

She belonged to the Red Cross Motor Corps and assisted with surgical dressings in both World War I and II. The Campbell Senior Center, located at 155 High St., was named after her.

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More About CELESTE CATHERINE CAMPBELL:

Burial: Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon85

Census 1: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 159 Pg 12B(See Mother)

Census 2: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 243 Pg 1A(See Mother)

Census 3: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 37 Pg 1A(See Mother)

 

11. EDWARD LEE4 CAMPBELL (MARY POLLY ANN3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 31 Jul 1865 in Eugene, Lane, Oregon, and died 14 Oct 1922 in Eugene, Lane, Oregon86. He married JOSEPHINE ROSALIA CASEY, daughter of JAMES CASEY. She was born 28 Aug 1866 in Woodburn, Oregon, and died 23 Nov 1938 in Eugene, Lane, Oregon87.

Notes for EDWARD LEE CAMPBELL:

The Centennial History of Oregon, 1811-1912 By Joseph Gaston

Page 1003

EDWARD LEE CAMPBELL. The commercial interests of Eugene find a worthy representative in Edward Lee Campbell, who is at the head of the Campbell-Fellman Company, dealers in house furnishings. He was born in Eugene, July 31, 1865, and is a son of Andrew J. and Mary A. (Luce) Campbell. The father was a native of Virginia, born near Jamestown, and his death occurred in 1870. In early boyhood he accompanied his parents on their removal westward to Oska- loosa, Iowa, and when he was twenty-one years of age he came with his wife and her parents across the plains to Lane county. This was in 1850 and he soon afterward settled in Eugene. He was a cabinetmaker by trade and in this city began to manufacture furniture, in which business he continued until he died. His allegiance was given to the democratic party and he was somewhat prominent as a local political leader, holding a number of offices and serving as a delegate to the state constitutional convention which framed the organic law of Oregon. He wedded Mary A. Luce, a daughter of Jacob Luce, who removed with his family to Iowa when Mrs. Campbell was but ten years of age and established his home on what is now the town site of Oskaloosa. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Campbell were earnest and consistent Christians, the former holding membership in the Presbyterian church, while the latter was connected with the Baptist denomination. They had the following children: William T.; John R.; Ira L., who was editor of the Guard for twenty years and is deceased; Eugene, who has passed away; and Edward Lee.

Edward Lee Campbell has been a lifelong resident of Eugene and his salient qualities have ever commanded for him the respect and good-will of those with whom he has been associated. He acquired his early education in the public schools and afterward attended the University of Oregon. He learned the printer's trade with his brother, who was editor and owner of the Guard, and on leaving the newspaper office our subject entered the railway mail service, with which he was connected for a number of years. When Iris brother became ill, Edward L. Campbell assumed editorial charge of the Guard, so continuing to be engaged for five years. On tile expiration of that period he sold his interest in the paper and has since been connected with the furniture business, becoming at that time one of the proprietors of the enterprise in which he still is a partner. This business was established in 1890 by Herbert Gordon and in 1905 the present owners purchased and incorporated it under the name of the Campbell-Fellman Company. Three years ago, they erected a substantial and attractive business block, which is eighty-two by one hundred and twenty feet, is three stories in height and has a basement. Theirs is the largest furniture store between Sacramento and Portland. They carry a large and carefully selected line of goods, suited to all tastes and financial circumstances, and they not only handle the output of furniture factories but also manufacture their own mattresses and window shades and do upholstering. Their sales have reached an extensive figure annually and the business is constantly growing along gratifying lines.

Edward Lee Campbell married Miss Josephine Casey, a daughter of James Casey, of Woodburn, Oregon, and they have two children, Gilfry and Dewey. Mr. Campbell is widely known in the city, where his entire life has been passed, and, while he has never sought to figure prominently in any public connection, he has exerted a strong and beneficial influence in support of progress and improvement, of reform and advancement. His methods are progressive and measure up at all times to the highest standards of commercial ethics.

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1900 Census OR Marion Woodburn ED 139 Pg 13A

Line 14

262 263 Campbell Edward R Head WM July 1864 35 M 10 OR KY KY Mail Clerk Ry

-------------, Josephine Wife WF Aug 1864 35 M 10 (2 Children 1 Alive) OR Ireland Ireland

-------------, Henry G Son WM Feby 1897 3 S OR OR OR

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1910 Census OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 164 Pg 5A

Line 50

594 87 136 Campbell, Edward L Head MW 43 M1 20 OR KY KY Merchant Furniture

------------, Josephine R Wife FW 44 M1 20 (3 Children 3 Alive) OR Ireland Ireland

------------, Henry G Son MW 13 S OR OR OR

------------, John D Son MW 7 S OR OR OR

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene Ward 4 > District 241

Line 35 - 310 11th Ave.

Campbell, Edward L. Head Rent MW 54 M OR VA KY Postmanster/US PO

Josephine R. Wife FW 54 M OR Ireland Ireland None

Henry Gilfreg Son MW 22 W OR OR OR Money Order Clerk/USPO

John Dewey Son MW 17 S OR OR OR None

Toucher, Cecilia Ward FW 10 S OR US US None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Eugene Ward 4, Lane, Oregon; Roll: T625_1495; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 241; Image: 1019.

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More About EDWARD LEE CAMPBELL:

Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon88

Census 1: 1880, OR Clackamas Oregon City ED 19 Pg 224B(See Step Father Jacob Hunsaker)

Census 2: 1900, OR Marion Woodburn ED 139 Pg 13A

Census 3: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 164 Pg 5A

Census 4: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 241 Pg 2A

Estate: 31 Dec 1922, Lane, Oregon89

Notes for JOSEPHINE ROSALIA CASEY:

1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 26

Line 66 - 158 13th St

Campbell, Josephine R. Head Own$5,000 FW 64 Wd OR Ireland Ireland None

Toucher, Cecilia M. Ward FW 20 S OR US US None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: 1946; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 26; Image: 632.0.

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More About JOSEPHINE ROSALIA CASEY:

Burial: IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon90

Census 1: 1900, OR Marion Woodburn ED 139 Pg 13A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 164 Pg 5A(See Husband)

Census 3: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 241 Pg 2A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 26 Pg 2B

Children of EDWARD CAMPBELL and JOSEPHINE CASEY are:

i. HENRY GILFRY5 CAMPBELL, b. 12 Feb 1897, Eugene, Lane, Oregon; d. 04 Jun 1945, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon91; m. JEDWIGA EMMA BENDER; b. 16 Jun 1900; d. 10 Apr 1979, Albany, Linn, Oregon.

More About HENRY GILFRY CAMPBELL:

Census 1: 1900, OR Marion Woodburn ED 139 Pg 13A(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 164 Pg 5A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 241 Pg 2A(See Father)

ii. JOHN DEWEY CAMPBELL, b. 24 Nov 1902, Oregon; d. Jun 1971, Eugene, Lane, Oregon92; m. MARGARET JOHANSON; b. Abt. 1906, Oregon.

Notes for JOHN DEWEY CAMPBELL:

1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Multnomah > Pleasant Home > District 249

Line 57

Campbell, John Head Rent MW 28 M@26 OR OR OR Farmer/Gen.Farm

Margaret Wife FW 24 M@22 OR Sweden Sweden None

Johanson, Amanda Mother/Law FW 64 Wd M@27 Sweden Sweden Sweden Emig1901 Na None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pleasant Home, Multnomah, Oregon; Roll: 1955; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 249; Image: 490.0.

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More About JOHN DEWEY CAMPBELL:

Census 1: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 164 Pg 5A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 241 Pg 2A(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Multnomah Pleasant Home ED 249 Pg 2B

More About MARGARET JOHANSON:

Census: 1930, OR Multnomah Pleasant Home ED 249 Pg 2B(See Husband)

iii. CECILIA M TOUCHER CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1910, Oregon.

More About CECILIA M TOUCHER CAMPBELL:

Census 1: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 4 ED 241 Pg 2A(See Edward Lee Campbell)

Census 2: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 26 Pg 2B

 

12. LINCOLN4 BELSHAW (JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 31 May 1865 in Canyon City, Grant, Oregon, and died 22 Jul 1906 in John Day, Grant, Oregon. He married EVALINA MOORE 12 Nov 1894 in Grant, Oregon93, daughter of HARLAND MOORE and MARTHA WEBB. She was born Dec 1873 in Texas, and died 18 Apr 1948 in Grant, Oregon94.

Notes for LINCOLN BELSHAW:

Morning Oregonian (Portland, Oregon) > 1886 > December > 14 page 2

News of the Northwest

Oregon

Lincoln Luce and Lincoln Belshaw of Canyon City, are attending the Portland Business College.

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http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/OREGON/1999-05/0927398613

OBITUARY:-- Near John Day, Oregon, July 22, 1906, Lincoln BELSHAW, aged 41 years, 2 months, and 22 days.

Bro. BELSHAW was born and lived in the John Day Valley, with the exception of about two years spent upon the Emigrant, in Harney County. He was educated in Portland, where he is well known by the members of the A.C. church, and by others. Bro. BELSHAW was an exemplary Christian, consistent in the completest sense; and from the time of his conversion to the faith, although living on the border of civilization, surrounded by infidel scoffers, he maintained and defended it by a godly walk and conversation.

Bro. B. was every man's friend. He had a word of cheer for all he met, and a smile for everyone. He was greatly beloved by all who knew him and was widely known throughout this valley, and therefore leaves behind him a host of mourning friends and brethren. He is mourned by a faithful, loving Christian wife, to whomhe was married in 1894, and by four children, two boys and two girls; also by his dear aged father and mother, and by a brother and two sisters. We all mourn because of our bereavement. Humanity has lost a precious friend; the church a pillar; father and mother a loving son; brothers and sisters a brother indeed; the wife a loving husband and life staff, in whom she could trust; and the dear children, a kind, indulgent father; but we mourn in hope of future meeting. Lincoln will live because his friend Jesus lives and has promised; and we may live also and meet and greet him in the morning. Services by the writer, R.F. PEAKE.

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1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Middle > District 14

Line 22

Belshaw, Lincoln WM May 1865 35 M5yrs OR England KY Farmer

Eva Wife WF Dec 1873 26 M5yrs (4-3) TX NC TN

Vera E. Dau WF Sep 1895 4 S OR OR TS

Rolin E. Son WM Dec 1896 3 S OR OR TX

Arthur E. Son WM Dec 1898 1 S OR OR TX

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Middle, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623 1347; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 14.

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More About LINCOLN BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon95

Census 1: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct Pg 367(See Father)

Census 2: 1880, OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C(See Father)

Census 3: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6A

Notes for EVALINA MOORE:

http://gesswhoto.com/funeral-records4.html

Funeral Records 1948

Eva Belshaw ... Date of Entry: April 18, 1948. No other information on record.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 70

Line 33

Belshaw, Eva Head FW 36 Wd (4-3) TX NC TN Farmer/Gen.Farm

Vera Dau FW 14 S OR OR TX None

Roland Son MW 13 S OR OR TX Laborer/Home Farm

Arthur Son MW 11 S OR OR TX Laborer/Home Farm

Ela Dau FW 7 S OR OR TX None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T624_1280; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 528.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 56

Line 10 Fm

Belshaw, Roland E. Head Rent MW 23 M OR OR TX Farmer/Gen.Farm

Edith S. Wife FW 26 M CO SC ME None

Eva Mother FW 46 Wd TX NC TN None

Arthur E. Partner MW 21 S OR OR TX Farmer/Gen.Farm

Ula W. Sister FW 16 S OR OR TX None

Moore, Martha Grandmother FW 81 Wd TN TN VA None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T625_1494; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 56; Image: 638.

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More About EVALINA MOORE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon96

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A

More About LINCOLN BELSHAW and EVALINA MOORE:

Marriage: 12 Nov 1894, Grant, Oregon97

Children of LINCOLN BELSHAW and EVALINA MOORE are:

32. i. VERA EDNA5 BELSHAW, b. 16 Sep 1895, Grant, Oregon; d. 18 Jul 1976, Grant, Oregon.

ii. ROLLAND ELWOOD BELSHAW, b. 04 Dec 1896, Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon98; d. 25 Feb 1951, Washington99; m. EDITH KENNEDY, 31 Dec 1919, Grant, Oregon100; b. Abt. 1893, Colorado; d. 25 Apr 1948, Seattle, King, Washington101.

Notes for ROLLAND ELWOOD BELSHAW:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Roland E Belshaw

Name: Roland E Belshaw

City: Not Stated

County: Grant

State: Oregon

Birthplace: Oregon;United States of America

Birth Date: 4 Dec 1896

Roll: 1852056

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Eva Belshaw John Day Oregon

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 56

Line 10 Fm

Belshaw, Roland E. Head Rent MW 23 M OR OR TX Farmer/Gen.Farm

Edith S. Wife FW 26 M CO SC ME None

Eva Mother FW 46 Wd TX NC TN None

Arthur E. Partner MW 21 S OR OR TX Farmer/Gen.Farm

Ula W. Sister FW 16 S OR OR TX None

Moore, Martha Grandmother FW 81 Wd TN TN VA None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T625_1494; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 56; Image: 638.

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1930 United States Federal Census > New York > New York > Manhattan (Districts 751-1000) > District 858

Line 70

Belshaw, Rolland D. Head Rent$60 MW 33 M@23 OR OR TX Teacher/High School

Edith K. Wife FW 37 M@26 CO NC ME None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: 1562; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 858; Image: 952.0.

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More About ROLLAND ELWOOD BELSHAW:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Mother)

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A

Census 4: 1930, NY NY Manhattan ED 858 Pg 1B

Military service: 04 Dec 1896, Grant, Oregon102

More About EDITH KENNEDY:

Census 1: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1930, NY NY Manhattan ED 858 Pg 1B(See Husband)

More About ROLLAND BELSHAW and EDITH KENNEDY:

Marriage: 31 Dec 1919, Grant, Oregon103

iii. ARTHUR ELMO BELSHAW, b. 26 Dec 1898, Grant, Oregon104; d. 01 Jun 1978, John Day, Grant, Oregon105,106; m. MYRTLE BLANK; b. Abt. 1892, Oregon; d. 01 Apr 1960.

Notes for ARTHUR ELMO BELSHAW:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Arthur Elmo Belshaw

Name: Arthur Elmo Belshaw

City: Not Stated

County: Grant

State: Oregon

Birth Date: 26 Dec 1898

Race: White

Roll: 1852056

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Eva Belshaw John Day Grant Oregon

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Rosebud > District 22

Line 20

Belshaw, Arthur E. Head Own Radio MW 31 M@27 OR OR TX Farmer/Stock Ranch

Myrtle M. Wife FW 38 M@18 OR US IA None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Rosebud, Grant, Oregon; Roll: 1939; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 1067.0.

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More About ARTHUR ELMO BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon107

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Mother)

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A(See Mother)

Census 4: 1930, OR Grant Rosebud ED 22 Pg 1A

More About MYRTLE BLANK:

Census: 1930, OR Grant Rosebud ED 22 Pg 1A(See Husband)

33. iv. EULA WANDA BELSHAW, b. 11 Jan 1903, Grant, Oregon; d. Apr 1989, John Day, Grant, Oregon.

 

13. WILLIAM GRANT4 BELSHAW (JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born Oct 1867 in Oregon. He married MINNIE OLIVIA ORCHARD Bef. 1905, daughter of JAMES ORCHARD and MARY ?. She was born Oct 1884 in Oregon, and died 23 Feb 1972 in Redmond, Deschutes County, Oregon108.

Notes for WILLIAM GRANT BELSHAW:

1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Mountain View > District 61

Line 87 Fm

Belshaw, William G. Head OM MW 50 Dv OR England KY Stockman/Cattle

Russel J. MW 13 S WA OR OR None

Virgil Son MW 12 S WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Mountain View, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T625_1494; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 61; Image: 704.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Mountain View > District 29

Line 59

Belshaw, Grant Head Own$4,000 MW 62 Dv OR England KY Farmer/Own Farm

Russel Son MW 24 S WA OR OR Farmer/Own Farm

Orchard, Orville Loadger MW 50 M@37 OR TX OR Farmer/Own Farm

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Mountain View, Grant, Oregon; Roll: 1939; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 29; Image: 1088.0.

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More About WILLIAM GRANT BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon109

Census 1: 1870, OR Grant John Day Precinct Pg 367(See Father)

Census 2: 1880, OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C(See Father)

Census 3: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 4: 1910, OR Grant Middle ED 68 Pg 3B(See Father)

Census 5: 1920, OR Grant Mountain View ED 61 Pg 7B

Census 6: 1930, OR Grant Mountain View ED 29 Pg 1B

Notes for MINNIE OLIVIA ORCHARD:

1910 United States Federal Census > Washington > Yakima > Zillah > District 294

Line6

Belshaw, M.O. Head FW 24 M1 OR IL OR Own Income

Charles B. Son MW 5 S OR OR OR None

Joseph R. Son MW 3 S WA OR OR None

Virgil Son MW 2 S WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Zillah, Yakima, Washington; Roll: T624_1675; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 294; Image: 831.

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More About MINNIE OLIVIA ORCHARD:

Census 1: 1900, WA Yakima Zillah ED 111 Pg 7A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1910, WA Yakima Zillah ED 294 Pg 6A

Census 3: 1920, WA Yakima Union Gap ED 182 Pg 3A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, OR Jackson Jacksonville ED 33 Pg 1B(See Husband)

More About WILLIAM BELSHAW and MINNIE ORCHARD:

Marriage: Bef. 1905

Children of WILLIAM BELSHAW and MINNIE ORCHARD are:

i. CHARLES5 BELSHAW, b. Abt. 1905, Oregon.

More About CHARLES BELSHAW:

Census: 1910, WA Yakima Zillah ED 294 Pg 6A(See Mother)

ii. JOSEPH RUSSEL BELSHAW, b. 15 Jul 1906, Washington; d. 02 Jan 1992, Deschutes, Oregon110,111; m. HERMALINE LILAS ?; b. 26 Feb 1914; d. 28 Feb 1998, Bend, Deschutes, Oregon112,113.

More About JOSEPH RUSSEL BELSHAW:

Census 1: 1910, WA Yakima Zillah ED 294 Pg 6A(See Mother)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant Mountain View ED 61 Pg 7B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Grant Mountain View ED 29 Pg 1B(See Father)

34. iii. VIRGIL BELSHAW, b. 03 Jul 1907, Washington; d. 19 Nov 1986, Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon.

iv. ? BELSHAW, b. 23 Oct 1908, Yakima, Washington114.

 

14. HATTIE4 BELSHAW (JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born May 1872 in Oregon, and died 31 Dec 1947 in Grant, Oregon115. She married ARTHUR BEGG 15 Dec 1893 in Grant, Oregon116. He was born Dec 1861 in Scotland, and died 18 May 1956 in Multnomah, Oregon117.

More About HATTIE BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant county, Oregon118

Census 1: 1880, OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C(See Father)

Census 2: 1900, OR Grant Canyon City ED 14 Pg 13A(See Husband)

Census 3: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A(See Husband)

Census 5: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B(See Husband)

Notes for ARTHUR BEGG:

1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Canyon City > District 14

Line 36

Begg, Arthur Head WM Dec 1861 38 M6yrs Scot Scot Scot Stock Raiser

Hattie M. Wife WF May 1872 28 M6yrs (1-1) OR England KY

Ronald C. Son WM Jul 1899 10/12 S OR Scot OR

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Canyon City, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623_1347 Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 14.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 70

Line 19

Begg, Arthur Head MW 47 M1-15yrs Scot Scot Scot Emig1854 Na Farmer/Gen.Farm

Hattie M. FW 38 M1-15yrs (5-3) OR England KY None

Roland Son MW 10 S OR Scot OR None

Roderick E. MW 8 S OR Scot OR None

Edith E. Day FW 3 S OR Scot OR None

1 Boarder

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T624_1280; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 528.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 56

Line 10 Fm

Belshaw, Roland E. Head Rent MW 23 M OR OR TX Farmer/Gen.Farm

Edith S. Wife FW 26 M CO SC ME None

Eva Mother FW 46 Wd TX NC TN None

Arthur E. Partner MW 21 S OR OR TX Farmer/Gen.Farm

Ula W. Sister FW 16 S OR OR TX None

Moore, Martha Grandmother FW 81 Wd TN TN VA None

Line 16 Fm

Begg, Arthur Head OM MW 58 M Emig 1884 Na1902 Scot Scot Scot Stockman/Stock Farm

Hattie M. Wife FW 47 M OR England KY None

Ronald C. Son MW 20 OR Scot OR Laborer/Home Farm

Roderick E. Son MW 17 S OR Scot OR None

Edith E. Dau FW 13 S OR Scot OR None

1 Boarder

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T625_1494; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 56; Image: 638.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 4

Line 74

Begg, Arthur Head Own MW 68 M@32 Scot Scot Scot Emig1884 Na Operator/Farm

Hattie M. Wife FW 57 M@21 OR Eng KY None

Roderick E. Son MW 28 M@27 OR Scot OR Teacher/Public School

Mary F. Dau/Law FW 23 M OR WI CanE None

1 Servant

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: 1939; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 4; Image: 967.0.

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More About ARTHUR BEGG:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant county, Oregon119

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Canyon City ED 14 Pg 13A

Census 2: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A

Census 4: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B

More About ARTHUR BEGG and HATTIE BELSHAW:

Marriage: 15 Dec 1893, Grant, Oregon120

Children of HATTIE BELSHAW and ARTHUR BEGG are:

i. RONALD CHARLES5 BEGG, b. 03 Jul 1899, Oregon; d. 14 Dec 1977, John Day, Grant, Oregon121,122; m. GEORGIA ?.

Notes for RONALD CHARLES BEGG:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Ronald Charles Begg

Name: Ronald Charles Begg

City: Not Stated

County: Grant

State: Oregon

Birth Date: 3 Jul 1899

Race: White

Roll: 1852056

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Arthur Begg John Day Grant Ore

More About RONALD CHARLES BEGG:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant county, Oregon123

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Canyon City ED 14 Pg 13A(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A(See Father)

Military service: Grant, Oregon124

ii. RODERICK ELLIS BEGG, b. 24 Mar 1902, Oregon125; d. 16 Nov 1994, Multnomah, Oregon126; m. MARY FELICIA MCKINNON; b. 02 Sep 1906, Oregon; d. 02 Jul 1996.

Notes for RODERICK ELLIS BEGG:

OHSU PNW ARCHIVES R131.8 B41 1937

Author Begg, Roderick Ellis, 1902-

Title A history of medicine in the John Day Valley / by Roderick E. Begg.

Imprint 1937.

 

More About RODERICK ELLIS BEGG:

Burial: 05 Jul 1996, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon127

Census 1: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B(See Father)

More About MARY FELICIA MCKINNON:

Burial: 05 Jul 1996, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon128

Census: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B(See Father-in-law)

iii. EDITH BEGG, b. Abt. 1907, Oregon.

More About EDITH BEGG:

Census 1: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B(See Father)

 

15. EDITH CLARA4 BELSHAW (JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 11 Jan 1873 in Apple Glen, Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon, and died 05 Jun 1909 in Yakima, , Washington. She married HERBERT H CUMMINGS 05 Oct 1895 in Middle, Grant, Oregon129, son of ASA CUMMINGS and HATTIE ?. He was born 13 Apr 1872 in Wisconsin, and died 12 Jan 1944 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon130.

More About EDITH CLARA BELSHAW:

Census 1: 1880, OR Grant Middle ED 48 Pg 40C(See Father)

Census 2: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 5B(See Husband)

Notes for HERBERT H CUMMINGS:

http://gesswhoto.com/cummings.html

Harriet and Asa Cummings had five sons: Edwin, William, Herbert, Ernest and Lloyd. Edwin never married.

William Otis married Gertrude Hall. They had eight children: Eva (Vogelpohl), Harlan died at age 14, Otis, Eulala (Conlee, Herbert), Harry, Robert, and two children that died in infancy, one of which was Otis's twin.

Ernest married Jessie Snyder. They had five children: Lloyd Earl, Florence (Jones), Charlotte (Valade), Harriet ("Hattie" Clark) and Orval.

Herbert married Edith Belshaw. They had six children: Hazel, died at 15 months, Rodney, Verda (Braga), Harold, Chester, Elsie ("Bub" Hayes). After Edith Cummings death, Herbert married Dora Throop Kuhn. They had one son, Val. Dora had a daughter, Violet Kuhn, by a previous marriage

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1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Middle > District 14

Line 58

Cummings, Herbert H. Head WM Mar 1873 27 M5yrs WI ME ME General Merchant

Edith C. Wife WF Feb 1873 27 M5yrs (3-2) OR Eng KY

Rodney B. Son WM Mar 1898 2 S OR WI OR

Violet Dau WF Oct 1900 7/12 S OR WI OR

1 Boarder

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Middle, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623_1347 Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 14.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Maine > Kennebec > Waterville Ward 1 > District 121

Line 1 - 217 College Avenue

Cummings, Hattie M. Head FW 63 Wd (5-4) ME ME ME Own Account

Edwin R. Son MW 42 S ME ME ME None

Herbert H. Son MW 37 Wd MO ME ME Merchant/Grocery Store

Rodney Son/Law MW 11 S OR WI OR None

Verda B. Son/Law MW 10 S OR WI OR None

Harold Son/Law MW 8 S OR WI OR None

Chester Son/Law MW 6 S OR WI OR None

Elsie Dau/Law FW 3 S OR WI OR

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Waterville Ward 1, Kennebec, Maine; Roll: T624_542; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 121; Image: 87.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > South Fork > District 61

Line 1

Cummings, Herbert H. Rent MW 46 M WI ME ME Store Keeper/Gen.Machinist

Dora R. Wife FW 26 M OR US MI Clerk/Store

Harold L. Son MW 17 S OR WI OR None

Chester A. Son MW 15 S OR WI OR None

Elsie P. Dau FW 12 S WA WI OR None

Kuhn, Violet A. StepDau FW 6 S OR OR OR None

1 Hired Girl

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: South Fork, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T625_1494; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 61; Image: 697.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > South Fork > District 19

Line 97

Cummings, Herbert H. Head Rent$12 Radio MW 55 M@22 WI ME ME Merchant/Gen.Merchantise

Dora L. Wife FW 36 M@17 OR IL MI Saleslady/Gen.Merchandise

Kuhn, Violet A. StepDau FW 16 S OR US OR None

Cummings, Val M. Son MW 6 S OR WI OR None

1 Servant

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: South Fork, Grant, Oregon; Roll: 1939; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 1044.0.

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More About HERBERT H CUMMINGS:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 5B

Census 2: 1910, ME Kennebec Waterville Ward 1 ED 121 Pg 4A

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant South Fork ED 61 Pg 4A

Census 4: 1930, OR Grant South Fork ED 19 Pg 1B

More About HERBERT CUMMINGS and EDITH BELSHAW:

Marriage: 05 Oct 1895, Middle, Grant, Oregon131

Children of EDITH BELSHAW and HERBERT CUMMINGS are:

i. HAZEL5 CUMMINGS, d. died at 15 months.

35. ii. RODNEY BERTRAND CUMMINGS, b. 15 Mar 1898, Grant, Oregon; d. Feb 1967, Corvallis, Benton, Oregon.

iii. VERDA VIOLET CUMMINGS, b. 16 Oct 1899, Grant, Oregon132; d. 17 Feb 1988, Canyon City, Grant, Oregon133,134; m. MARTIN C BRAGA; b. 07 Oct 1900, Oregon; d. 06 Aug 1982, Canyon City, Grant, Oregon135,136.

More About VERDA VIOLET CUMMINGS:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 5B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, ME Kennebec Waterville Ward 1 ED 121 Pg 4A(See Father)

Notes for MARTIN C BRAGA:

1930 Census OR Grant Mountain View ED 29 pg 1A

line 10

3 3 Bragga Martin C Head MW 29 M 20 OR Azores Azores Farmer Own Farm

----------, Anna C Wife FW 27 M 18 OR Azores Azores

More About MARTIN C BRAGA:

Burial: Saint Andrews Cemetery, Canyon City, Grant, Oregon137

Census 1: 1920, OR Grant Mountain View ED 61 Pg 7A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, OR Grant Mountain View ED 29 pg 1A

iv. HAROLD LINCOLN CUMMINGS, b. 14 Jan 1902, Oregon138.

More About HAROLD LINCOLN CUMMINGS:

Census 1: 1910, ME Kennebec Waterville Ward 1 ED 121 Pg 4A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant South Fork ED 61 Pg 4A(See Father)

v. CHESTER CUMMINGS, b. Abt. 1905, Oregon.

More About CHESTER CUMMINGS:

Census 1: 1910, ME Kennebec Waterville Ward 1 ED 121 Pg 4A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant South Fork ED 61 Pg 4A(See Father)

vi. ELSIE CUMMINGS, b. Abt. 1908, Washington; m. BUB HAYES.

More About ELSIE CUMMINGS:

Census 1: 1910, ME Kennebec Waterville Ward 1 ED 121 Pg 4A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant South Fork ED 61 Pg 4A(See Father)

 

16. MARY ALMA4 LUCE (HENRY BUCKLE3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born May 1875 in Washington, Oregon139, and died 01 Jun 1966 in Yakima, Washington140. She married ROBERT WILEY MOULTON 06 Jan 1909 in Washington, Oregon141, son of GARY MOULTON and JENNY AUSTIN. He was born Abt. 1870 in California, and died 28 Mar 1960 in Toppenish, Yakima, Washington142.

More About MARY ALMA LUCE:

Burial: Zillah City Cemetery, Zillah, Yakima County, Washington

Census 1: 1880, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 129 Pg 364D(See Father)

Census 2: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 3: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 246 Pg 7B(See Husband)

Census 4: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 78 Pg 10A(See Husband)

Census 5: 1930, WA Yakima Toppenish ED 97 Pg 6A(See Husband)

Notes for ROBERT WILEY MOULTON:

1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Multnomah > Portland Ward 8 > District 246

Line 79

Moulton, Robert W. Head MW 41 M1-1yr CA VT NY Operator/Linotype

Mary Wife FW 33 M1-1yr (0-0) OR KY OH None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Portland Ward 8, Multnomah, Oregon; Roll: T624_1287; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 246; Image: 484.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Multnomah > Portland > District 78Line 100 - 4820 33rd Ave

Moulton, Robert W. Head OF MW 50 M CA VT NY Printer/Job Office

Next Page Line 1

Moulton, Mary Wife FW 44 M OR KY OH None

Sydney Son MW 7 S OR CA OR None

Phillip Son MW 5 S OR CA OR None

Donald Son MW 2-4/12 S OR CA OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Portland, Multnomah, Oregon; Roll: T625_1500; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 78; Image: 826.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Washington > Yakima > Toppenish > District 97

Line 43 - 308 N. Chestnut

Moulton, Robert W. Head Own$1,500 MW 61 M@39 CA NY NY Salesman/Grocery

Mary Wife FW 55 M@33 OR KY OH None

R. Sidney Son MW 18 S OR CA OR None

Philip Son MW 15 S OR CA OR None

Donald Son MW 13 S OR CA OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Toppenish, Yakima, Washington; Roll: 2525; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 97; Image: 229.0.

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More About ROBERT WILEY MOULTON:

Burial: Zillah City Cemetery, Zillah, Yakima County, Washington143

Census 1: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 246 Pg 7B

Census 2: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 78 Pg 10A

Census 3: 1930, WA Yakima Toppenish ED 97 Pg 6A

More About ROBERT MOULTON and MARY LUCE:

Marriage: 06 Jan 1909, Washington, Oregon144

Children of MARY LUCE and ROBERT MOULTON are:

36. i. ROBERT SYDNEY5 MOULTON, b. 13 Jan 1912, Portland, Oregon; d. 23 Mar 2006, Ridgefield, WA.

ii. PHILIP LUCE MOULTON, b. 27 Sep 1914, Oregon; d. 11 Dec 2001, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington145.

Notes for PHILIP LUCE MOULTON:

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

about Philip L Moulton

Name: Philip L Moulton

Birth Year: 1914

Race: White, citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country: Oregon

State: Washington

County or City: Yakima

Enlistment Date: 11 Apr 1942

Enlistment State: Washington

Enlistment City: Tacoma

Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Grade: Private

Grade Code: Private

Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law

Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Source: Civil Life

Education: 4 years of high school

Civil Occupation: Process Background Supervisor or Photographer, Retouching Artist or Bookbinder

Marital Status: Single, without dependents

Height: 61

Weight: 118

More About PHILIP LUCE MOULTON:

Burial: 20 Dec 2001, Tahoma National Cemetery. Kent, WA146

Census 1: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 78 Pg 10A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Yakima Toppenish ED 97 Pg 6A(See Father)

iii. DONALD MOULTON, b. 04 Aug 1916, Oregon; d. 11 Jan 1972, Olympia, Thurston, Washington147; m. (1) BETTY HOWARD, 10 Oct 1939, Yakima, Washington; m. (2) ZELLA MAE DOCHOW, 12 Oct 1943, Yakima, Washington148; b. 20 Jan 1926; d. 03 Jan 2001149.

Notes for DONALD MOULTON:

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

about Donald A Moulton

Name: Donald A Moulton

Birth Year: 1916

Race: White, citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country: Oregon

State: Washington

County or City: King

Enlistment Date: 26 May 1943

Enlistment State: Washington

Enlistment City: Spokane

Branch: No branch assignment

Branch Code: No branch assignment

Grade: Private

Grade Code: Private

Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law

Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Source: Civil Life

Education: 4 years of high school

Civil Occupation: Motorcyclist

Marital Status: Divorced, with dependents

Height: 88

Weight: 686

More About DONALD MOULTON:

Census 1: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 78 Pg 10A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Yakima Toppenish ED 97 Pg 6A(See Father)

Marriage Notes for DONALD MOULTON and BETTY HOWARD:

Betty Howard - Donald Moulton - Yakima Marriage Records

Record Series: Marriage Records

Collection: Yakima Marriage Records

County: Yakima

reference number: ceyakmarcert0018416

document: 22040

bride's name: Betty Howard

bride's last name 2:

bride's first name 2 :

bride's middle name 2:

groom's name: Donald Moulton

marriage date: 10/10/1939 12:00:00 AM

filing date:

county: Yakima

record series: Marriage Certificate

repository: Central Branch

access number: CE339-2-14

transcriber notes:

key: 60045

More About DONALD MOULTON and BETTY HOWARD:

Marriage: 10 Oct 1939, Yakima, Washington

More About DONALD MOULTON and ZELLA DOCHOW:

Marriage: 12 Oct 1943, Yakima, Washington150

 

17. LAURA4 LUCE (HENRY BUCKLE3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 16 Jul 1879 in Washington, Oregon, and died 21 Mar 1972 in Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon151,152. She married JEAN PETER EGOSCUE. He was born 16 Mar 1889 in the house "Ichabelene Beherea" at Urepel, County of St. Etienne-de-Baigorry, Dept. of Pyrenees, Basses, France, and died 05 May 1924 in San Francisco, CA.

More About LAURA LUCE:

Census 1: 1880, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 129 Pg 364D(See Father)

Census 2: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, NV Humboldt Unnion ED 25 Pg 4A(See Husband)

Notes for JEAN PETER EGOSCUE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Peter Egoscue

Name: Peter Egoscue

City: Not Stated

County: Harney

State: Oregon

Birthplace: France

Birth Date: 16 Mar 1889

Race: White

Roll: 1852057

DraftBoard: 0

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Harney > Pueblo > District 76

Line 40

Egusue, Pete Head MW 21 S France France France Foreman/Sheep Camps

1 Hired Man

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Pueblo, Harney, Oregon; Roll: T624_1281; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 76; Image: 4.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Nevada > Humboldt > Union > District 25

Line 24 - 429 6th Street

Egoscute, Peter Head OF MW 30 M Emig1906/PA France France France Sheepman/General

Laura Wife FW 40 M OR KY None

Harold Son MW 2 S NV France OR

Ruth Dau FW 1 S NV France OR

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Union, Humboldt, Nevada; Roll: T625_1004; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 25; Image: 764.

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More About JEAN PETER EGOSCUE:

Census 1: 1910, OR Harney Pueblo ED 76 Pg 1A

Census 2: 1920, NV Humboldt Unnion ED 25 Pg 4A

Children of LAURA LUCE and JEAN EGOSCUE are:

i. HAROLD JOSEPH5 EGOSCUE, b. 19 Mar 1917, Winnemucca, NV; d. 19 May 2002, Grantsville, Tooele, Utah153.

Notes for HAROLD JOSEPH EGOSCUE:

http://si-pddr.si.edu/dspace/handle/10088/2349

Smithsonian

Title: Burrowing and denning habits of a captive colony of the Utah prairie dog

Authors: Egoscue, Harold J.

Frank, Elizabeth S.

Issue Date: 1984

Citation: Great Basin Naturalist, 44(3): 495-98

Appears in Collections: NZP Staff Publications

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http://www.biblio.com/books/84455987.html

ECOLOGY AND LIFE HISTORY OF THE KIT FOX IN TOOELE COUNTY, UTAH from Ecology

by Egoscue, Harold J

Abstract: The Harold Joseph Egoscue Papers (1950-2002) contains reports and research data on mammals and fleas collected by Egoscue (1917-2002), a wildlife manager. Harold Egoscue graduated from Utah State University in 1951, after which he spent seventeen years at Dugway, Utah heading a research project studying small animal life. The collection contains data from this project, including Egoscue's extensive study of the kit fox.

More About HAROLD JOSEPH EGOSCUE:

Census: 1920, NV Humboldt Unnion ED 25 Pg 4A(See Father)

Military service 1: Feb 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba154

Military service 2: Sep 1935, Headquarters, Western Recuiting Division, San Francisco, California155

Military service 3: Oct 1935, Recruit Depot Detachment, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, California156

Military service 4: Nov 1935, Recruit Depot Detachment, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, California157

Military service 5: Dec 1935, Marine Detachment, U S S Nevada, San Pedro, California158

Military service 6: Dec 1935, Recruit Depot Detachment, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, California159

Military service 7: Dec 1935, Sea And Field Music Schools,R Dep, Mcb, San Diego, California160

Military service 8: Jan 1936, Marine Detachment, USS Mississippi, San Pedro, California161

Military service 9: Feb 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California162

Military service 10: Mar 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California163

Military service 11: Apr 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, Enroute To Balboa, C Z164

Military service 12: May 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California165

Military service 13: Jun 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Nevada, San Pedro, California166

Military service 14: Jul 1936, Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, Pearl Harbor, Navy Yard, TH167

Military service 15: Aug 1936, Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, San Pedro, California168

Military service 16: Sep 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California169

Military service 17: Oct 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California170

Military service 18: Nov 1936, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California171

Military service 19: Dec 1936, Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington172

Military service 20: Jan 1937, Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington173

Military service 21: Apr 1937, Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, At Anchor, Hilo, Hawaii174

Military service 22: May 1937, Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, At Anchor, San Francisco, Cal175

Military service 23: Jun 1937, Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, At Sea Off Santa Barbara, Calif176

Military service 24: Jul 1937, Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, Psny, Bremerton, Washington177

Military service 25: Aug 1937, Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, Psny, Bremerton, Washington178

Military service 26: Aug 1937, Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, Psny, Bremerton, Washington179

Military service 27: Sep 1937, Marine Detachment, USS Mississippi, San Pedro, California180

Military service 28: Oct 1937, Marine Detachment, Uss Nevada San Pedro California181

Military service 29: Jan 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba182

Military service 30: Jan 1938, Marine Detachment, USS Mississippi, San Pedro, California183

Military service 31: Mar 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba184

Military service 32: Apr 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba185

Military service 33: May 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba186

Military service 34: Sep 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba187

Military service 35: Oct 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba188

Military service 36: Nov 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba189

Military service 37: Dec 1938, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba190

Military service 38: Jan 1939, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba191

Military service 39: Feb 1939, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba192

Military service 40: Mar 1939, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba193

Military service 41: Apr 1939, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba194

Military service 42: May 1939, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba195

Military service 43: Jun 1939, Marine Barracks, Naval Ammunition Depot, Hawthorne, Nevada196

Military service 44: Jul 1939, Marine Barracks,Barracks Detachment, Naval Station, Guntanamo Bay, Cuba197

Military service 45: Aug 1939, Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba198

Military service 46: Dec 1939, General Service Unit, 13th Reserve District, Mb, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington199

Military service 47: Jun 1940, General Service Unit, 13th Reserve District, Mb, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington200

Military service 48: Dec 1940, Aviation Unit, 13th Reserve District, Mb, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington201

ii. RUTH ELEANOR EGOSCUE, b. 14 Jun 1918, Winnemucca, NV; d. 22 Aug 1979, Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon202.

More About RUTH ELEANOR EGOSCUE:

Census: 1920, NV Humboldt Unnion ED 25 Pg 4A(See Father)

iii. PETER EGOSCUE, b. 28 Apr 1920, Forest Grove, OR; d. 07 Jul 1955, Ft. Buchannan, Puerto Rico.

Notes for PETER EGOSCUE:

Forest View Cemetery

Mailing Address: Rt 1 Box 151A, Forest Grove, Oregon 97116

(Washington County, Oregon)

EGOSCUE, Peter Captain US Army

April 28, 1920 - July 7, 1955

 

 

18. INEZ4 LUCE (HENRY BUCKLE3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 02 Oct 1883 in Washington, Oregon, and died 25 Dec 1973 in Clackamas, Oregon203,204. She married WILLIAM EDMUND TONEY. He was born 06 Nov 1868 in McMinnville, Yamhill, Oregon, and died Oct 1945.

Notes for INEZ LUCE:

1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Marion > Salem > District 66 Oregon State Insane Hospital

Line 58

Toney, Inez Patient FW 46 M OR KY OH None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Salem, Marion, Oregon; Roll: 1948; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 66; Image: 407.0.

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More About INEZ LUCE:

Census 1: 1900, OR Washington Hillsboro ED 157 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 2: 1900, OR Washington Forest Grove ED 277 Pg 13A(See Mother)

Census 3: 1930, OR Marion Salem ED 66 State Insane Hospital Pg 9B

Child of INEZ LUCE and WILLIAM TONEY is:

37. i. MARION5 TONEY, b. Abt. 1920.

 

19. LINCOLN DAVID4 LUCE (JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 19 Aug 1869 in Grant county, Oregon, and died 10 Jun 1951205. He married EVA M. OFFICER 03 Sep 1890 in Grant, Oregon206, daughter of CASEY OFFICER and MARTHA ?. She was born Feb 1873 in Dayville, Oregon, and died 23 Dec 1965207.

Notes for LINCOLN DAVID LUCE:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jtenlen/ORBios/jcluce.txt

The History of the Yakima Valley, Washington, Comprising Yakima, Kittitas and

Benton Counties, The S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1919, Volume II, page 299

LINCOLN D. LUCE.

Lincoln D. Luce has for thirteen years resided in the Yakima valley but his entire life has been passed on the Pacific coast and he possesses the spirit of enterprise and progress which has been the dominant factor in the rapid upbuilding of the northwest. His attention is now given to horticultural pursuits, his holdings embracing nineteen acres of valuable land devoted to the raising of apples and pears. Mr. Luce was born in Grant county, Oregon, August 19, 1869, a son of John C. and Anna C. (Hodson) Luce. The paternal grandfather, Jacob Luce, was a native of Louisville. Kentucky, and on leaving that city went to Iowa in 1843. A decade later he crossed the plains to Oregon, making the trip with ox teams and wagons, and after traveling for six months over the long, hot stretches of sand and through the mountain passes he reached Eugene, Oregon, which he made the terminus of his trip. Soon afterward he took up government land and with characteristic energy he began its development and improvement, continuing thereon to the time of his death. His son, John C. Luce, also became a ranchman of that state, residing in Oregon until called to his final rest in 1904, when sixty-one years of age. He was very active in political circles, although not an office seeker. He gave his support to the republican party and was an earnest and convincing speaker, ever able to hold the close attention of his auditors. His wife was a daughter of James Hodson, of Ohio, who in 1843 removed westward to Des Moines, Iowa, and in 1854 cast in his lot with the pioneer settlers of Josephine county, Oregon, having made the overland trip to the far west by ox team. In 1863 he removed with his family to Canyon City, Oregon, John C. Luce having in 1861 become a resident of that place. It was there that the latter met and married Anna C. Hodson, the wedding being celebrated in 1868. Mrs. Luce departed this life in 1890. She had become the mother of eight children, of whom Lincoln D. is the eldest.

In the public schools of his native state Lincoln D. Luce pursued his education and was also at one time a student in the Portland Business College. After his textbooks were put aside he became actively engaged in the live stock business and remained a resident of Oregon until 1905, when he removed to the Yakima valley, settling on a ranch. The previous year he had purchased forty acres of land three and one-half miles southwest of the city of Yakima and has since resided upon this place but has sold twenty-one acres. He has remodeled the home, transforming it into a most attractive and comfortable residence, and he has planted all of his land to fruit, specializing in the propagation of apples and pears. He belongs to the Yakima County Horticultural Union and is interested in everything that has to do with the development and progress of the fruit raising interests of this section. He is quick to adopt any improved methods in the case of his trees or in the methods of shipping his product and he is numbered among the representative business men of the district. On September 3, 1891, Mr. Luce was united in marriage to Miss Eva M. Officer, who was born in Dayville, Oregon, a daughter of Casey and Martha Officer, who were pioneer settlers of that state, the father making his way to the coast from Missouri in 1849. To Mr. and Mrs. Luce have been born three children: Alta V., the wife of E. H. Cornell, a resident of Yakima county, who is now with the United States army doing motor work; Floyd E., a member of the United States marines, now in a hospital in Rimancourt, France; and Alma V., at home.

Mr. and Mrs. Luce are members of the First Christian church and are highly esteemed throughout the community in which they make their home. In politics Mr. Luce is a republican and in November, 1917, was appointed to the office of county assessor to fill out the unexpired term of W. D. McNair. He is now a candidate for the position and the record which he has made indicates that he will prove a most capable and faithful officer if chosen by popular suffrage.He is most widely known, being highly esteemed both as a business man and as a citizen, his sterling qualities being such as make for personal popularity among all with whom he has been associated.

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Morning Oregonian (Portland, Oregon) > 1886 > December > 14 page 2

News of the Northwest

Oregon

Lincoln Luce and Lincoln Belshaw of Canyon City, are attending the Portland Business College.

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1900 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > John Day > District 14

Line 54

Luce, Lincoln D. Head WM Aug 1869 30 M10yrs OR IA IA Stock Raiser

Evelyn M. Wife WF Feb 1873 27 M10yrs (2-2) OR MO MO

Alta V. Dau WF Jan 1895 5 S OR OR OR

Floyd E. Son WM Dec 1897 2 S OR OR OR

1 Boarder

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: John Day, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T623_1347 Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 14.

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1910 United States Federal Census > Washington > Yakima > Nob Hill > District 291

Line 34

Luce, Lincoln D. Head MW 40 M19yrs OR IA IA Farmer

Eva M. Wife FW 38 M19yrs (3-3) OR KY KY None

Alta V. Dau FW 14 S OR OR OR None

Floyd I. Son MW 12 S OR OR OR None

Alma E. Dau FW 3 S WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Nob Hill, Yakima, Washington; Roll: T624_1675; Page: 19A; Enumeration District: 291; Image: 719.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Washington > Yakima > Nob Hill > District 191

Line 13 Fm

Luce, Lincoln D. Head OF MW 50 M OR IA IA Assessor/County Office

Eva M. Wife FW 47 M OR MO MO None

Floyd E. Son MW 22 S OR OR OR Laborer/Fruit Farm

Alma V. Dau FW 12 S WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Nob Hill, Yakima, Washington; Roll: T625_1945; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 191; Image: 527.

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United Census 1930 WA Yakima West Nob Hill Dist 112

Line 13 - Nob Hill Blvd.

Luce, Lincoln D. Head Own MW 60 M@21 OR IA US Sheriff/County

Eva M. Wife FW 58 M@18 OR MO MO None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: West Nob Hill, Yakima, Washington; Roll: 2525; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 112; Image: 420.0.

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More About LINCOLN DAVID LUCE:

Burial: 13 Jun 1951, Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA208

Census 1: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 36D(See Father)

Census 2: 1870, OR Grant John Day Canyon City Precinct Pg 366(See Father)

Census 3: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B

Census 4: 1910, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 291 Pg 19A

Census 5: 1920, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 191 Pg 10A

Census 6: 1930, WA Yakima West Nob Hill ED 112 Pg 3A

More About EVA M. OFFICER:

Burial: 27 Dec 1965, Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA209

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B(See Husband)

Census 2: 1910, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 291 Pg 19A(See Husband)

Census 3: 1920, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 191 Pg 10A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, WA Yakima West Nob Hill ED 112 Pg 3A(See Husband)

Marriage Notes for LINCOLN LUCE and EVA OFFICER:

Luce, L. D.

Marriage: L. Luce married E. Officer on Sep 03, 1890 in Grant County, OR.

Gender: Male

Source Location: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0874103 item 6.

 

More About LINCOLN LUCE and EVA OFFICER:

Marriage: 03 Sep 1890, Grant, Oregon210

Children of LINCOLN LUCE and EVA OFFICER are:

38. i. ALTA VERR5 LUCE, b. 05 Jan 1896, Grant, Oregon; d. 02 Mar 1977, Prosser, Yakima, Washington.

ii. FLOYD EARL LUCE, b. Dec 1897, Grant, Oregon; d. 22 Jul 1954.

More About FLOYD EARL LUCE:

Burial: 18 Jul 1954, Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA211

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 291 Pg 19A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 191 Pg 10A(See Father)

iii. ALMA V LUCE, b. Abt. 1907, Washington; d. 15 Sep 1974, Yakima, Washington212; m. ALVIN GUETTLER, 15 Sep 1927, Yakima, Washington213; b. Abt. 1902, Texas; d. 10 Jul 1981, Prosser, Yakima, Washington.

More About ALMA V LUCE:

Burial: 19 Sep 1974, Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA214

Census 1: 1910, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 291 Pg 19A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 191 Pg 10A(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, WA Yakima Yakima ED 30 Pg 4B(See Husband)

Notes for ALVIN GUETTLER:

1930 United States Federal Census > Washington > Yakima > Yakima > District 30

LINE 85 - 621 17th Ave. S.

Guettler, Alvin T. Head Own$4,500 MW 28 M@25 TX US US Draftsman/Yakima City

Alma B. Wife FW 22 M@20 WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Yakima, Yakima, Washington; Roll: 2524; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 30; Image: 560.0.

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More About ALVIN GUETTLER:

Burial: 15 Jul 1981, Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA215

Census: 1930, WA Yakima Yakima ED 30 Pg 4B

More About ALVIN GUETTLER and ALMA LUCE:

Marriage: 15 Sep 1927, Yakima, Washington216

 

20. RUHAMA B4 LUCE (JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1875 in Oregon. She married MILTON R. HARPER 06 Oct 1889 in Grant County, OR. He was born Abt. 1862 in Oregon, and died 26 Oct 1931 in Jackson, Oregon217.

More About RUHAMA B LUCE:

Census 1: 1880, OR Grant John Day ED 48 Pg 36D(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, CO Mesa Fruita ED 85 Pg 14A(See Husband)

Census 3: 1920, OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A(See Husband)

Notes for MILTON R. HARPER:

1910 Census CO Mesa Fruita ED 85 Pg 14A

Line 37

76 78 Harper Milton R Head MW 48 M1 12 OR OR OR Farmer Fruit Farm

-----------, Ruie B Wife FW 35 M1 12 (3 Children 3 Alive) OR IA IA

-----------, Herschel M Son MW 9 S OR OR OR

-----------, Verne R Son MW 7 S OR OR OR

-----------, Melvin L Son MW 3 S OR OR OR

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1920 Census OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B

Line 87

Fm 21 21 Harper Milton R Head MW 62 M OR KY NY Farmer General Farm

------------, Ruhama B Wife FW 45 M OR IA IA

------------, Herschel M Son MW 18 S OR OR OR Farm Laborer Home Farm

------------, Verne R Son MW 16 S OR OR OR Farm Laborer Home Farm

------------, Melvin J Son MW 12 S OR OR OR

------------, Chauncey A Son MW 6 S OR OR OR

------------, W. Geraldine Daughter FW 4 9/12 S OR OR OR

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1930 Census OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A

Line 28

27 27 Harper Milton R Head MW 74 M 43 OR KY NY Farmer Farm

-------------, Ruhama B Wife FW 55 M 23 OR IA IA

-------------, Hershel M Son MW 29 S OR OR OR Laborer Farm

-------------, Vern R Son MW 27 S OR OR OR Laborer Farm

-------------, Melvin J Son MW 23 S OR OR OR Laborer Farm

-------------, Chancy A Son MW 16 S OR OR OR Laborer Farm

-------------, Geraldine W Daughter FW 14 S OR OR OR

More About MILTON R. HARPER:

Census 1: 1910, CO Mesa Fruita ED 85 Pg 14A

Census 2: 1920, OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B

Census 3: 1930, OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A

Marriage Notes for RUHAMA LUCE and MILTON HARPER:

Luce, Ruah

Marriage: M. Harper married Ruah Luce on Oct 06, 1898 in Grant County, OR.

Gender: Female

Source Location: Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0874103 item 6.

More About MILTON HARPER and RUHAMA LUCE:

Marriage: 06 Oct 1889, Grant County, OR

Children of RUHAMA LUCE and MILTON HARPER are:

i. HERSHEL MILTON5 HARPER, b. 26 Jan 1901, Grant County, OR218; d. 08 Jun 1985, Jackson, Oregon219; m. MARIE ?.

More About HERSHEL MILTON HARPER:

Census 1: 1910, CO Mesa Fruita ED 85 Pg 14A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A(See Father)

ii. VERNE R HARPER, b. 29 Jan 1903, Oregon; d. 27 Aug 1999, Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon220.

More About VERNE R HARPER:

Census 1: 1910, CO Mesa Fruita ED 85 Pg 14A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A(See Father)

iii. MELVIN J HARPER, b. 15 Jan 1907, Oregon; d. Dec 1982, Escondido, San Diego, California221.

More About MELVIN J HARPER:

Census 1: 1910, CO Mesa Fruita ED 85 Pg 14A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A(See Father)

39. iv. MICHAEL CHAUNCEY HARPER, b. 29 Jun 1913, Medford, Oregon; d. 21 Dec 1998, Port Orford, Curry, Oregon.

40. v. GERALDINE WILMA HARPER, b. 21 Apr 1915, Medford, Oregon; d. 10 Sep 2003, Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon.

 

21. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS4 LUCE (JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 26 Mar 1881 in John Day, Oregon222, and died 15 Apr 1950 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon223. He married (1) JOSEPHINE ?. He married (2) CONSTANCE NELLIE JOHNSON 26 Feb 1902 in Grant, Oregon, daughter of CLARENCE JOHNSON and MARY ?. She was born 04 Feb 1884 in Kinberly, Oregon, and died 18 Jul 1936 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon224.

Notes for WILLIAM AUGUSTUS LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about William Augustus Luce

Name: William Augustus Luce

City: Portland

County: Multnomah

State: Oregon

Birth Date: 26 Mar 1881

Race: White

Roll: 1852144

DraftBoard: 7

Nearest Relative: Constance Luce (Wife) Portland Oregon

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1910 Census OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 201 Pg 18A

Line 27

Luce William A Head MW 29 M1 8 OR IA IA Laborer Common

-------, Connie M Wife FW 26 M1 8 (4 Children 4 Alive) OR OR OR

-------, Keitha C Daughter FW 6 S OR OR OR

-------, Roscoe W Son MW 4 S OR OR OR

-------, Joyce E Daughter FW 3 S OR OR OR

-------, Chancey D Son MW 1 0/12 S OR OR OR

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1920 Census OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B

Line 65

5 60 72 Luce William G Head MW 38 M OR IA OR Welder Braising Works

---------, Constance Wife FW 35 M OR OR OR

---------, Keitha Daughter FW 16 S OR OR OR

---------, Roscoe W Son MW 13 S OR OR OR

---------, Joyce E Daughter FW 12 S OR OR OR

---------, Darrel C Son MW 10 S OR OR OR

---------, Blanche V Daughter FW 9 S OR OR OR

Edwards Nellie D Boarder FW 28 S ID PA PA Comtometer Wholesale Grains

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1930 Census OR Multnomah Portland ED 365 Pg 3A

Line 19

5 62 62 Luce William A Head MW 49 M 20 OR IA IA Welder Machine Shop

----------, Connie N Wife FW 46 M 18 OR OR OR

----------, Roscoe W -ab- Son MW 24 S OR OR OR

----------, Joyce E Daughter FW 12 S OR OR OR Telegraph Operator Telegraph Co

----------, Blanche V Daughter FW 19 S OR OR OR Telegraph Operator Telegraph Co

More About WILLIAM AUGUSTUS LUCE:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 201 Pg 18A

Census 3: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B

Census 4: 1930, OR Multnomah Portland ED 365 Pg 3A

More About CONSTANCE NELLIE JOHNSON:

Census 1: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 201 Pg 18A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B(See Husband)

Census 3: 1930, OR Multnomah Portland ED 365 Pg 3A(See Husband)

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM LUCE and CONSTANCE JOHNSON:

http://gesswhoto.com/marriages5.html

Grant County Marriages

LUCE, W.A. and Connie Joh____ (Feb. 26, 1902)

More About WILLIAM LUCE and CONSTANCE JOHNSON:

Marriage: 26 Feb 1902, Grant, Oregon

Children of WILLIAM LUCE and CONSTANCE JOHNSON are:

41. i. KEITHA CONSTANCE5 LUCE, b. 15 Jun 1903, John Day, Grant, Oregon; d. 23 Dec 1971, Beaverton, Washington, Oregon.

ii. ROSCOE WILLIAM LUCE, b. 03 Mar 1906, John Day, Grant, Oregon; d. 22 Aug 1993, Multnomah, Oregon225; m. THELMA AGNES GIBSON, 27 Feb 1937; b. 10 Oct 1909, Armuchee, Georgia; d. 24 Jan 1994, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon226.

More About ROSCOE WILLIAM LUCE:

Census 1: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 201 Pg 18A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Multnomah Portland ED 365 Pg 3A(See Father)

More About ROSCOE LUCE and THELMA GIBSON:

Marriage: 27 Feb 1937

iii. JOYCE EVALLINE LUCE, b. 21 Mar 1907, John Day, Grant, Oregon; d. 21 Mar 1989, Sandy, Clackamas, Oregon227,228; m. CECIL ROBERT NEAL, 29 Jun 1935, Multnomah, Oregon; b. 17 May 1905, Aberdeen, South Dakota; d. 16 Dec 1978, Sandy, Clackamas, Oregon229.

More About JOYCE EVALLINE LUCE:

Census 1: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 201 Pg 18A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Multnomah Portland ED 365 Pg 3A(See Father)

More About CECIL NEAL and JOYCE LUCE:

Marriage: 29 Jun 1935, Multnomah, Oregon

42. iv. CHAUNCEY DARREL LUCE, b. 20 Feb 1909, John Day, Grant, Oregon; d. 07 Jun 1977, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Los Angeles, California.

v. BLANCHE VIOLA LUCE, b. 28 Oct 1910, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon; d. 16 Jun 1997, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon230; m. PRESTON MAXWELL BAUER, 06 May 1931, Multnomah, Oregon; b. 23 Jun 1902, Washington, D.C.; d. 22 Dec 1986, Sandy, Clackamas, Oregon231,232.

More About BLANCHE VIOLA LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, OR Multnomah Portland ED 365 Pg 3A(See Father)

More About PRESTON BAUER and BLANCHE LUCE:

Marriage: 06 May 1931, Multnomah, Oregon

 

22. CHARLES FRANKLIN4 LUCE (JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 10 Sep 1885 in Oregon233. He married PEARL ELVIRA DAVIS, daughter of HERBERT DAVIS and ANNA LOVETT. She was born Abt. 1897 in Oklahoma, and died 07 Mar 1959 in Seattle, King, Washington.

Notes for CHARLES FRANKLIN LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Charles Franklin Luce

Name: Charles Franklin Luce

City: Seattle

County: King

State: Washington

Birth Date: 10 Sep 1884

Race: White

Roll: 1991931

DraftBoard: 11

Nearest Relative: Mrs Pearl Luce Seattle King Wash

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1920 Census WA King Seattle ED 316 Pg 3A

Line 25

5115 62 63 Luce Charles Head MW 34 M OR IA OR Laborer Shipyard

------------, Pearl Wife FW 23 M OK TN AR

------------, Ethel Daughter FW 5/12 S WA OR OK

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1930 Census WA King Seattle ED 5 Pg 10A

Line 22

7903 217 222 Luce Charles F Head MW 44 M 21 OR IA OR Policeman Seattle

------------, Pearl Wife FW 33 M 20 OK AR AR Housewife

------------, Ethel Daughter FW 10 S WA OR OK

------------, Norman Son MW 8 S S WA OR OK

Davis Mildred Sis in law FW 11 S OR AR AR

 

More About CHARLES FRANKLIN LUCE:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, WA King Seattle ED 316 Pg 3A

Census 3: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 5 Pg 10A

More About PEARL ELVIRA DAVIS:

Census 1: 1920, WA King Seattle ED 316 Pg 3A(See Husband)

Census 2: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 5 Pg 10A(See Husband)

Children of CHARLES LUCE and PEARL DAVIS are:

i. ETHEL PEARL5 LUCE, b. 15 Jul 1919, Seattle, King, Washington234; d. 12 Nov 1932, Seattle, King, Washington235.

More About ETHEL PEARL LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, WA King Seattle ED 316 Pg 3A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 5 Pg 10A(See Father)

ii. NORMAN LUCE, b. 07 Jan 1922, Seattle, King, Washington; d. 23 Nov 2000, Stanwood, Snohomish, Washington236.

More About NORMAN LUCE:

Census: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 5 Pg 10A(See Father)

 

23. BERTHA ELMINA4 LUCE (JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Apr 1888 in John Day, Oregon237, and died 29 Mar 1954 in Santa Cruz, California238. She married JOHN F. STOSSER 25 Nov 1909. He was born 09 Jul 1886 in New York, and died 25 Feb 1963 in Santa Clara, California239.

More About BERTHA ELMINA LUCE:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 4 ED 148 Pg 7B(See Husband)

Census 3: 1920, CA Los Angeles Los Angeles Assembly District ED 400 Pg 6B(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, CA Santa Cruz Watsonville ED 27 pg 27A(See Husband)

Notes for JOHN F. STOSSER:

1910 Census OR Multnomah Portland Ward 4 ED 148 Pg 7B

Line 52

Stosser John F Lodger MW 23 M1 5/12 NY NY England Pressman Newspaper

-----------, Bertha Lodger FW 21 M1 5/12 OR VA VA Salesman Dept

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1920 United States Federal Census > California > Los Angeles > Los Angeles Assembly District 73 > District 400

Line 24 - 4321 Olive Street

Stoccer, Harold Head Rent MW 31 M NY NY England Manufacturer/Window Shades

Elsie Wife FW 25 M PA PA PA None

Harold Son MW 1-11/12 S NY NY PA PA None

Bertha Sister/Law FW 31 Wd OR IA IA None

John Brother MW 34 M NY NY England Pressman/Printing Office

Phillip Nephew MW 13/12 S CA NY OR? None

1 Boarder

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Los Angeles Assembly District 73, Los Angeles, California; Roll: T625_114; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 400; Image: 303.

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1930 United States Federal Census > California > Santa Cruz > Watsonville > District 27

Line 14 - 322 California

Stesser, John F. Head Own$2,500 MW 42 M@23 NY NY England Carpenter/General

Bertha E. Wife FW 41 M@22 OR IA IA None

Phillip A. Son MW 11 S CA NY OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Watsonville, Santa Cruz, California; Roll: 215; Page: 27A; Enumeration District: 27; Image: 809.0.

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More About JOHN F. STOSSER:

Census 1: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 4 ED 148 Pg 7B

Census 2: 1920, CA Los Angeles Los Angeles Assembly District ED 400 Pg 6B

Census 3: 1930, CA Santa Cruz Watsonville ED 27 pg 27A

More About JOHN STOSSER and BERTHA LUCE:

Marriage: 25 Nov 1909

Child of BERTHA LUCE and JOHN STOSSER is:

43. i. PHILIP ALBERT5 STOSSER, b. 08 Mar 1919, Santa Cruz, California; d. 24 Dec 1965, Seattle, King, Washington.

 

24. EVA F4 LUCE (ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Aug 1875 in Lane, Oregon, and died 02 Nov 1944 in Albion, Whitman, Washington240. She married (1) JAMES FREDRICK KENOYER 13 Oct 1895 in Whitman, Washington241, son of JEREMIAH KENOYER and ELIZABETH CUPPY. He was born 12 Feb 1855 in Yamhill, Oregon, and died 21 Nov 1916. She married (2) WILLIAM D IRWIN 28 Feb 1921 in Whitman, Washington242.

Notes for EVA F LUCE:

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1920 United States Federal Census > California > San Joaquin > Dent > District 141

Line 87Fm - No Name

Kenoyer, Eva Head Rent FW 44 Wd OR IA OR None

Isaac A. Son MW 20 S WA OR OR Laborer/Farm

James Fredrick Son MW 16 S WA OR OR None

Milton Wright Son MW 12 S WA OR OR None

Lorinda Clara Dau FW 8 S WA OR OR None

Geo. Phineas? Son MW 5 S WA OR OR None

Mark Edward Son MW 3-6.12 S WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Dent, San Joaquin, California; Roll: T625_143; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 141; Image: 104.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Washington > Whitman > Albion > District 70

Line 28

Irwin, Eva K. Head Own$800 Radio FW 54 Wd M@20 OR IA OR None

Kenoyer, Lorinda E. Dau FW 18 S WA OR OR None

George P. Son MW 16 S WA OR OR None

Mark E. Son MW 13 S WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Albion, Walla Walla, Washington; Roll: 2524; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 53.0.

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More About EVA F LUCE:

Burial: Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Albion, Whitman County, WA243

Census 1: 1880, WA Whitman ED 55 Pg 345A(See Father)

Census 2: 1883, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 3: 1887, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 4: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 5: 1900, WA Whitman Sutton ED 102 Pg 9A(See Husband)

Census 6: 1910, WA Whitman Guy ED 270 Pg 6A(See Husband)

Census 7: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B

Census 8: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 2A

Notes for JAMES FREDRICK KENOYER:

1900 Census WA Whitman Sutton ED 102 Pg 9A

Line 11

166 166 Kenoyer James F Head WM Feb 1855 45 M 4 OR IN OH Farmer

-------------, Eva Wife WF Aug 1875 24 M4 (2 Children 2 Alive) OR IA OR

-------------, Antrim E Son WM Sept 1897 2 S WA OR OR

-------------, Isaac L Son WM Oct 1899 9/12 S WA OR OR

Bentson Thomas S Lodger WM Mar 1870 30 S Denmark Denmark Denmark 1880 20 Na Farmer

Spray George W Servant WM July 1878 21 S MT Unk IL Farm Laborer

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1910 United States Federal Census > Washington > Whitman > Guy > District 270

Line 36

Kenoyer, James F. Head MW 55 M2-14yrs OR IN OH Farmer/Gen.Farm

Eva Wife FW 35 M1-14yrs (5-5) OR IA OR None

Jacob A. Son MW 12 S WA OR OR None

Isaac L. Son MW 10 S WA OR OR None

Ruth Dau FW 8 S WA OR OR None

James F. Son MW 6 S WA OR OR None

Milton W. Son MW 2 S WA OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Guy, Whitman, Washington; Roll: T624_1674; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 270; Image: 1140.

 

More About JAMES FREDRICK KENOYER:

Burial: Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Albion, Whitman County, WA244

Census 1: 1900, WA Whitman Sutton ED 102 Pg 9A

Census 2: 1910, WA Whitman Guy ED 270 Pg 6A

More About JAMES KENOYER and EVA LUCE:

Marriage: 13 Oct 1895, Whitman, Washington245

More About WILLIAM IRWIN and EVA LUCE:

Marriage: 28 Feb 1921, Whitman, Washington246

Children of EVA LUCE and JAMES KENOYER are:

i. JACOB ANTRIM JR5 KENOYER, b. 13 Aug 1897, Washington; d. 25 Jun 1992, Sherwood, Washington, Oregon247; m. DELMA KENNISON, 08 Dec 1929, Twin Falls, Idaho248; b. Abt. 1909, Colorado; d. 23 Mar 1961, Marion, Oregon249.

Notes for JACOB ANTRIM JR KENOYER:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Jacob Antrim Kenoyer Jr.

Name: Jacob Antrim Kenoyer Jr.

City: Not Stated

County: Whitman

State: Washington

Birthplace: Washington;United States of America

Birth Date: 13 Aug 1897

Roll: 1992258

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Mrs Eva Kenoyer LaCrosse Wash

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1930 United States Federal Census > Washington > Columbia > Dayton > District 20 Rainwater Pct.

Line 89 - 1104 24th Street

Kenoyer, J. Anton Head Rent$15 MW 31 M@31 WA OR OR Minister/Unite Brethren

Dalma Wife FW 21 M@21 CO KS MO None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Dayton, Columbia, Washington; Roll: 2486; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 20; Image: 630.0.

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More About JACOB ANTRIM JR KENOYER:

Census 1: 1900, WA Whitman Sutton ED 102 Pg 9A(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, WA Whitman Guy ED 270 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, WA Columbia Dayton ED 20 Rainwater Pct Pg 1B

More About DELMA KENNISON:

Census: 1930, WA Columbia Dayton ED 20 Rainwater Pct Pg 1B(See Husband)

More About JACOB KENOYER and DELMA KENNISON:

Marriage: 08 Dec 1929, Twin Falls, Idaho250

44. ii. ISAAC LUCE KENOYER, b. 03 Sep 1899, Washington; d. 04 Jan 1966, Sumner, WA.

iii. RUTH KENOYER, b. Abt. 1902, Washington; m. ? EMERSON.

More About RUTH KENOYER:

Census: 1910, WA Whitman Guy ED 270 Pg 6A(See Father)

iv. JAMES FREDRICK KENOYER, b. 04 Jul 1903, Washington; d. Apr 1964251; m. DOROTHY B KULP, 19 Nov 1928, Whitman, Washington252; b. Abt. 1912, Blaine, Washington.

More About JAMES FREDRICK KENOYER:

Burial: Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Albion, Whitman County, WA253

Census 1: 1910, WA Whitman Guy ED 270 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Mother)

More About DOROTHY B KULP:

Burial: Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Albion, Whitman County, WA253

More About JAMES KENOYER and DOROTHY KULP:

Marriage: 19 Nov 1928, Whitman, Washington254

v. MILTON WRIGHT KENOYER, b. 12 Nov 1907, Whitman, Washington255.

More About MILTON WRIGHT KENOYER:

Census 1: 1910, WA Whitman Guy ED 270 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Mother)

vi. GEORGE PFRIMMER KENOYER, b. 17 Jan 1914, Whitman, Washington256; d. 26 Nov 1995, Steilacoom, Washington257; m. CAROLINA REITNER, 19 Apr 1936, Whitman, Washington258; b. 12 Nov 1916, Odessa, Washington; d. 18 May 1991259.

More About GEORGE PFRIMMER KENOYER:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Mother)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 2A(See Mother)

More About CAROLINA REITNER:

Burial: Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Albion, Whitman County, WA260

More About GEORGE KENOYER and CAROLINA REITNER:

Marriage: 19 Apr 1936, Whitman, Washington261

vii. MARK EDWARD KENOYER, b. 28 Jun 1916, Whitman, Washington262; d. 24 Aug 1999, Redmond, King, Washington263; m. NORMA NOREEN FULLER, 20 Sep 1966, Whitman, Washington264.

Notes for MARK EDWARD KENOYER:

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

about Mark E Kenoyer

Name: Mark E Kenoyer

Birth Year: 1916

Race: White, citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country: Washington

State of Residence: Washington

County or City: Whitman

Enlistment Date: 16 Sep 1940

Enlistment State: Washington

Enlistment City: Pullman

Branch: Infantry

Branch Code: Infantry

Grade: Private

Grade Code: Private

Component: National Guard (Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)

Source: National Guard

Education: Grammar school

Civil Occupation: Farm hands, general farms

Marital Status: Single, without dependents

Height: 72

Weight: 190

More About MARK EDWARD KENOYER:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Mother)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 2A(See Mother)

More About MARK KENOYER and NORMA FULLER:

Marriage: 20 Sep 1966, Whitman, Washington264

viii. LORINDA CLARA KENOYER, b. 30 Apr 1911, Whitman, Washington265; m. (1) PAUL WALDO LUCE; b. 26 Mar 1908, Albion, Whitman, Washington266; d. 29 Mar 1999, Apache Junction, Pinal, Arizona267; m. (2) ROY DANIEL WARNER, 17 Jul 1948, Whitman, Washington268.

More About LORINDA CLARA KENOYER:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Mother)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 2A(See Mother)

More About PAUL WALDO LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(See Father)

More About ROY WARNER and LORINDA KENOYER:

Marriage: 17 Jul 1948, Whitman, Washington268

 

25. NORAH F4 LUCE (ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 27 Mar 1877 in Oregon, and died 29 Jul 1944 in Billings, Montana269. She married CHARLES DOSH 20 Jun 1897 in Whitman, Washington270. He was born 18 Feb 1874 in Kansas, and died 27 Mar 1951 in Yellowstone, Montana271.

Notes for NORAH F LUCE:

Historical Newspapers > Billings Gazette (Billings, Montana) > 1944 > July > 30 Page 2

Shepherd Woman Dies in Billings

Mrs. Nora Dosh 67, wife of Charles Dosh of Shepherd died in a Billings hospital Saturday at 8:30 p.m. following a three-day illness.

Mrs. Dosh was born March 27, 1877, in Oregon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Luce. She was married to Charles Dosh in Whitman County, Ore., June 20, 1897. They came to Shepherd in 1920 and settled on a farm 20 miles north of the town, where they lived until 1937 when they moved to Shepherd.

Mrs. Dosh was a member of the Christian Church.

Besides her widower she is survived by a daughter. Mrs. C.A. Whitaker, Shepherd; a sister, Mrs. Eva K Irwin, Albion, Wash.; three brothers, Colonel Dean Luce, an army officer in the South Pacific. Clay Luce of Moscow, Idaho, and Van Luce of Viola, Idaho. A grandchild also survives.

The body is at Smith Funeral.

 

More About NORAH F LUCE:

Burial: Mountview Cemetery, Yellowstone County, MT272

Census 1: 1880, WA Whitman ED 55 Pg 345A(See Father)

Census 2: 1883, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 3: 1887, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 4: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 5: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 12B(See Husband)

Census 6: 1910, WA Whitman South Colfax ED 267 Pg 21A(See Husband)

Census 7: 1920, WA Whitman Paloouse ED 175 Pg 9A(See Husband)

Census 8: 1930, MT Yellowstone Red Butte ED 45 Pg 1B(See Husband)

Notes for CHARLES DOSH:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Charles Dosh

Name: Charles Dosh

City: Not Stated

County: Whitman

State: Washington

Birth Date: 18 Feb 1874

Race: White

Roll: 1992258

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Nora Dosh (Wife) Palouse Whitman Wash

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1900 Census WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 12B

Line 54

236 236 Dosh Charlie Head WM Feb 1874 26 M 2 KS Unk Unk Farmer

--------------, Nora Wife WF Mch 1877 23 M2 (1 Child 1 Alive) OR IA OR

--------------, Percy H Son WM May 1898 2 S WA KS OR

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1910 Census WA Whitman South Colfax ED 267 Pg 21A

Line 35

112 112 Dosh Charles H Head MW 36 M1 12 IA IN IA Farming

------------, Nora Wife FW 33 M1 12 (2 Children 1 Alive) WA OR OR

------------, Percey H Son MW 12 S WA IA WA

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1920Census WA Whitman Palouse ED 175 Pg 9A

Line 42

199 199 Dosh Charles Head MW 45 M IA IN IA

-----------, Nora Wife FW 42 M OR IA OR

-----------, Margaret J Adopted Child FW 3/12 S WA US US

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1930 Census MT Yellowstone Red Butte ED 45 Pg 1B

Line 55

18 18 Dash Chas Head MW 56 IA IN IA Farmer Farm

------------, Nora Wife FW 53 M 20 OR IA OR

------------, Margaret J Daughter FW 10 S WA IA OR

Wilkinson Elfie A Boarder FW 23 S OK KS IL Teacher Public School

More About CHARLES DOSH:

Burial: Mountview Cemetery, Yellowstone County, MT273

Census 1: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 12B

Census 2: 1910, WA Whitman South Colfax ED 267 Pg 21A

Census 3: 1920, WA Whitman Paloouse ED 175 Pg 9A

Census 4: 1930, MT Yellowstone Red Butte ED 45 Pg 1B

More About CHARLES DOSH and NORAH LUCE:

Marriage: 20 Jun 1897, Whitman, Washington274

Children of NORAH LUCE and CHARLES DOSH are:

i. PERCY HAROLD5 DOSH, b. 05 May 1898, Whitman, Washington275.

Notes for PERCY HAROLD DOSH:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Percy Harold Dosh

Name: Percy Harold Dosh

City: Not Stated

County: Whitman

State: Washington

Birth Date: 5 May 1898

Race: White

Roll: 1992258

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Chas Dosh Palouse Whitman Wash

More About PERCY HAROLD DOSH:

Census 1: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 12B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, WA Whitman South Colfax ED 267 Pg 21A(See Father)

ii. ? DOSH, b. 14 Jun 1906, Whitman, Washington276.

iii. MARGARET J DOSH, b. Abt. 1920, Washington; Adopted child; m. CHARLES WHITAKER, 25 May 1937, Billings, Montana.

More About MARGARET J DOSH:

Census 1: 1920, WA Whitman Paloouse ED 175 Pg 9A(See Adopted Father)

Census 2: 1930, MT Yellowstone Red Butte ED 45 Pg 1B(See Adopted Father_

Marriage Notes for MARGARET DOSH and CHARLES WHITAKER:

Billings Gazette (Billings, Montana) > 1937 > June > 3 pagee 12

Licenses Issued Ė Columbus, June 2

May 25 Ė Charles Whittaker and Margaret Dosh, both of Billings

 

More About CHARLES WHITAKER and MARGARET DOSH:

Marriage: 25 May 1937, Billings, Montana

 

26. HENRY KNOX4 LUCE (ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 14 Apr 1879 in Palouse, Whitman, Washington, and died 13 Aug 1940 in San Joaquin, California. He married DAISY VIOLET FINCHER 08 Oct 1902 in Whitman, Washington277, daughter of W. FINCHER and ALTA PEER. She was born 26 Jul 1879 in Washington, and died 24 Dec 1980 in Monterey, California278,279.

Notes for HENRY KNOX LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Henry Knox Luce

Name: Henry Knox Luce

City: Not Stated

County: San Joaquin

State: California

Birth Date: 14 Apr 1879

Race: White

Roll: 1544321

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative: Daisy V Luce San Joaquin Calif

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1920 United States Federal Census > California > San Joaquin > Dent > District 141

Line 38 Fm

Luce, Henry K. Head OM MW 40 M WA IA OR Farmer/Gen.Farm

Daisy V Wife FW 40 M WA WA IA None

Lois A. Dau FW 5 S WA WA WA None

Knoyer, Isaac Nephew MW 20 S WA US IA Farmer/Gen.Farm

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Dent, San Joaquin, California; Roll: T625_143; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 141; Image: 102.

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1930 United States Federal Census > California > San Joaquin > Ripon > District 81

Line 63

Luce, Henry K. Head Rent MW 50 M@23 WA IL OR Farner/Rented Farm

Daisy V. Wife FW 50 M@23 WA WI IA None

Lois E. Dau FW 15 S WA WA WA None

Lorinda Mother MW 71 Wd M@16 OR OH MO None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Ripon, San Joaquin, California; Roll: 212; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 81; Image: 774.0.

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More About HENRY KNOX LUCE:

Census 1: 1880, WA Whitman ED 55 Pg 345A(See Father)

Census 2: 1883, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 3: 1887, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 4: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 5: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 8B

Census 6: 1930, CA San Joaquin Ripon ED 891 Pg 10B

More About DAISY VIOLET FINCHER:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 8B(See Husband)

Census 2: 1930, CA San Joaquin Ripon ED 891 Pg 10B(See Husband)

More About HENRY LUCE and DAISY FINCHER:

Marriage: 08 Oct 1902, Whitman, Washington280

Children of HENRY LUCE and DAISY FINCHER are:

i. LOIS E5 LUCE, b. 05 Oct 1914, Seattle, King, Washington281.

More About LOIS E LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 8B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, CA San Joaquin Ripon ED 891 Pg 10B(See Father)

ii. MILDRED LORRAINE LUCE, b. 30 Dec 1905; d. 31 Jul 1906.

More About MILDRED LORRAINE LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington282

 

27. VAN BUCKLES4 LUCE (ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 31 Jul 1885 in Palouse, Whitman, Washington, and died 29 Jan 1974 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington. He married EDITH HOPE FULTON 30 Jun 1907 in Whitman, Washington283, daughter of WILLIAM FULTON and ROSE CROUCH. She was born 29 Jul 1886 in Beloit, Mitchell, Kansas, and died 01 Aug 1974 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington.

Notes for VAN BUCKLES LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Van B Luce

Name: Van B Luce

City: Not Stated

County: Cascade

State: Montana

Birth Date: 31 Jul 1885

Race: White

Roll: 1684106

DraftBoard: 0

Nearest Relative:Wife Edith Luce Teton Montana

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1920 United States Federal Census > California > San Joaquin > Dent > District 141

Line 38 Fm

1920 United States Federal Census > Montana > Lincoln > Troy > District

Line 69 - Yaht Road

Luce, Van B. Head Rent MW 34 M WA IA OR Laborer/Foresting

Edith Wife FW 33 M KS IL IA None

Paul W. Son MW 11 S WA WA KS None

Mildred L. Dau FW 10 S WA WA KS None

Robert I. Son MW 8 S MT WA KS None

Beryl Son? MW 5 S MT WA KS None

Clara F. Dau FW 3-2/12 S MT WA KS None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Troy, Lincoln, Montana; Roll: T625_972; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 127; Image: 689.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Montana > Lincoln > Terriault > District 20

Line 51

Luce, Van MW 44 M WA WA WA Laborer/Cedar Camp

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Terriault, Lincoln, Montana; Roll: 1257; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 20; Image: 1175.0.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Washington > Whitman > Albion > District 70

Line 12

Luce, Van B. Head Rent$8 MW 44 M@21 WA IA OR Logger/Forests

Edith H. Wife FW 43 M@20 KS IA IA None

Paul W. Son MW 22 S WA WA KS None

Mildred L. Dau FW 20 S WA WA KS None

Robert I. Son MW 19 S MT WA KS None

Beryl B. Dau FW 15 S MT WA KS None

Clara F. Dau FW 13 S MT WA KS None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Albion, Walla Walla, Washington; Roll: 2524; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 55.0.

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More About VAN BUCKLES LUCE:

Burial: Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho284

Census 1: 1887, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 2: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 3: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 13A(See Father)

Census 4: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B

Census 5: 1930, MT Lincoln Terriault ED 20 Pg 1B

Census 6: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A

More About EDITH HOPE FULTON:

Burial: Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho285

Census 1: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B(See Husband)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(See Husband)

Marriage Notes for VAN LUCE and EDITH FULTON:

http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/ViewPhoto.aspx?tid=5868979&pid=-1380494798&oid=68e746ee-e24d-40d8-abdb-4bfa0c526621&pg=0&idx=8

Mr. and Mrs. Van B. Luce, as newlyweds and today

Open House Is Planned

An open house willbe held in the Route 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. Van B. Luce from 1 to 5 Sunday on the occasion of their 65th wedding anniversary.

The Luces were married June 30, 1907, in Palouse. They moved shortly there after to Power, Mont., and homesteaded. In 1920 they left for Troy, Mont., when he entered the logging business, an occupation he pursued until his retirement.

The Luces have five living children: Mrs. Harold Cunningham, E11715 Broadway; Mrs. Charles W. Reynolds and Robert Luce, both Route 1; Mrs. Carl Pixley, Post Falls, and Paul Luce, Mount Vernon. They have nine grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren.

More About VAN LUCE and EDITH FULTON:

Marriage: 30 Jun 1907, Whitman, Washington286

Children of VAN LUCE and EDITH FULTON are:

i. PAUL WALDO5 LUCE, b. 26 Mar 1908, Albion, Whitman, Washington287; d. 29 Mar 1999, Apache Junction, Pinal, Arizona288; m. (1) LORINDA CLARA KENOYER; b. 30 Apr 1911, Whitman, Washington289; m. (2) MARGARET LARSON.

More About PAUL WALDO LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(See Father)

More About LORINDA CLARA KENOYER:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Mother)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 2A(See Mother)

ii. MILDRED LORRAINE LUCE, b. 04 Oct 1909, Palouse, Whitman, Washington; d. 05 Apr 2002, Moscow, Latah, Idaho290; m. CARL WESLEY PIXLEY; b. 19 Jun 1911, Iowa; d. 31 Mar 1997, Viola, Latah, Idaho291.

More About MILDRED LORRAINE LUCE:

Burial: Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho292

Census 1: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(See Father)

Notes for CARL WESLEY PIXLEY:

Note:Viola Cemetery

Viola, Latah County, Idaho

Contributed by Carl L. Pixley [pixley@moscow.com]. Total records = 757

Could be the son of Carl W Pixley?

More About CARL WESLEY PIXLEY:

Burial: Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho293

Census: 1930, IA Wayne Grand River ED 8 Pg 2A(See Father)

iii. ROBERT ISAAC LUCE, b. 04 Feb 1911, Palouse, Whitman, Washington; d. 07 Feb 1996, Spokane, Spokane, Washington294,295.

More About ROBERT ISAAC LUCE:

Burial: Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho296

Census 1: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(See Father)

iv. VAN DORN LUCE, b. 29 Jan 1913, Palouse, Whitman, Washington297; d. 18 Sep 1919, Troy, Lincoln, Montana.

v. BESSIE BERYL LUCE, b. 11 Nov 1914, Power, Cascade, Montana; m. HAROLD THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, 23 Dec 1931, Whitman, Washington298; b. Abt. 1911, Washington; d. 01 Dec 1973, Spokane, Spokane, Washington299,300.

More About BESSIE BERYL LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(See Father)

More About HAROLD CUNNINGHAM and BESSIE LUCE:

Marriage: 23 Dec 1931, Whitman, Washington301

vi. CLARA FAITH LUCE, b. 19 Sep 1916, Power, Cascade, Montana; m. CHARLES WILMONT REYNOLDS, 21 May 1938, Whitman, Washington302; b. 30 Nov 1914, Fairview, Montana; d. 06 Apr 1992, Spokane, Washington303.

More About CLARA FAITH LUCE:

Burial: Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho304

Census 1: 1920, MT Lincoln Troy ED 127 Pg 12B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Whitman Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(See Father)

More About CHARLES WILMONT REYNOLDS:

Burial: Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho304

More About CHARLES REYNOLDS and CLARA LUCE:

Marriage: 21 May 1938, Whitman, Washington305

 

28. CLAY B4 LUCE (ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 01 May 1887 in Palouse, Whitman, Washington, and died 30 Sep 1974 in Moscow, Latah, Idaho306. He married MAUDE GRAHAM MOODY 29 Mar 1910 in Whitman, Washington307, daughter of ELIJAH MOODY and NANCY TUGMAN. She was born Abt. 1891 in North Carolina.

Notes for CLAY B LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Clay B Luce

Name: Clay B Luce

City: Not Stated

County: Chouteau

State: Montana

Birthplace: Washington;United States of America

Birth Date: 1 May 1887

Race: Caucasian (White)

Roll: 1684108

DraftBoard: 0

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1920 United States Federal Census > California > San Joaquin > Dent > District 141Line 71 Fm

Luce, Clay B. Head Rent MW 32 M WA IA OR Farmer/Gen.Farm

Maude A. Wife FW 29 M NC NC NC None

Henry B?? Son MW 9 S MT WA NC None

Albert B?? Son MW 6 S MT WA NC None

Line 75 Fm

Luce, Isaac K. Head OF MW 72 M IA KY VA Farmer/Gen.Farm

Lorinda Wife FW 61 M OR OH MS None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Dent, San Joaquin, California; Roll: T625_143; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 141; Image: 104.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Idaho > Latah > Moscow > District 13

Line 23 - 925 Kenneth St.

Luce, Clay Head Own$1900 MW 42 M@22 WA OH OR ??/Plumbing Shop

Maud FW 38 M@19 NC NC NC None

Clyde Son MW 19 S WA WA NC None

Bender Son MW 16 S MT WA NC None

Ralph Son MW 10 S CA WA NC None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Moscow, Latah, Idaho; Roll: 401; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 733.0.

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More About CLAY B LUCE:

Census 1: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 2: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 13A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B

Census 4: 1930, ID Latah Moscow ED 13 Pg 6A

More About MAUDE GRAHAM MOODY:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Husband)

Census 2: 1930, ID Latah Moscow ED 13 Pg 6A(See Husband)

More About CLAY LUCE and MAUDE MOODY:

Marriage: 29 Mar 1910, Whitman, Washington307

Children of CLAY LUCE and MAUDE MOODY are:

i. CLYDE HENRY5 LUCE, b. 25 Dec 1910, Whitman, Washington308; d. 04 Mar 1999, Moscow, Latah, Idaho309.

More About CLYDE HENRY LUCE:

Census 1: 1930, ID Latah Moscow ED 13 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Father)

45. ii. BENDER ALBERT LUCE, b. Abt. 1914, Fort Benton, Montana.

46. iii. RALPH LUCE, b. 07 Jan 1920, California; d. 14 Mar 2007, Providence Marianwood Nursing Home.

 

29. IRA NORVAL4 LUCE (ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 18 Feb 1889 in Albion, Whitman Co., Washington, and died 04 Aug 1944 in Marion, Oregon310. He married BEULAH ELIZABETH HOSKINS 31 Dec 1912 in Lewiston, Nez Perce, ID311, daughter of FERMIN HOSKINS and MINNIE SIMONTON. She was born 27 Aug 1894 in Pilot Rock, Umatilla, Oregon312, and died Mar 1989 in Oregon313.

Notes for IRA NORVAL LUCE:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Ira Norval Luce

Name: Ira Norval Luce

City: Not Stated

County: Whitman

State: Washington

Birthplace: Washington;United States of America

Birth Date: 18 Feb 1889

Race: Caucasian (White)

Roll: 1992258

DraftBoard: 0

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1920 Census WA Whitman Albion ED 153 Pg 3A

Line 32

59 60 Luce Ira N Head MW 30 M WA IA OR Millman Chop Mill

----------, Beulah E Wife FW 25 M OR OR IA

----------, Fermin L Son MW 6 S MT WA OR

----------, Dean E Son MW 4 3/12 S WA WA OR

----------, Clara Daughter FW 2 7/12 S WA WA OR

----------, Isaac K Son MW 0/12 S WA WA OR

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1930 Census ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A

Line 22

201 208 Luce Ira Head MW 41M 18 WA IA OR Fireman Boilerroom

----------, Beulah Wife FW 35 M 18 OR OR IL

----------, Fermin Son MW 16 S MT WA OR

----------, Dean Son MW 14 S WA WA OR

----------, Clara Daughter FW 12 S WA WA OR

----------, Isaac Son MW 10 S WA WA OR

----------, Minnie Daughter FW 9 S WA WA OR

----------, Gweene Daugther FW 5 S ID WA OR

----------, Mary Daughter FW 4 S ID WA OR

----------, Betty J Daughter FW 6/12 S ID WA OR

More About IRA NORVAL LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington314

Census 1: 1889, WA Whitman Roll: V228_19 (See Father)

Census 2: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 13A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, WA Whitman Albion ED 153 Pg 3A

Census 4: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A

More About BEULAH ELIZABETH HOSKINS:

Census 1: 1900, ID Nez Perce Big Eddy ED 83 Pg 13B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, ID Nez Perce Spaulding ED 220 Pg 5A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, WA Whitman Albion ED 153 Pg 3A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Husband)

More About IRA LUCE and BEULAH HOSKINS:

Marriage: 31 Dec 1912, Lewiston, Nez Perce, ID315

Children of IRA LUCE and BEULAH HOSKINS are:

47. i. FERMIN LINCOLN5 LUCE, b. 01 Nov 1913, Ft. Benton, Chouteau, MT; d. 15 Feb 1991, Rigby, Idaho.

ii. DEAN EMERY LUCE, b. 18 Sep 1915, Albion, Whitman, WA; d. May 1986, Weippe, Clearwater, ID316; m. JANELLA A. COLE; b. 15 Jun 1905, Oregon; d. Oct 1992, Idaho Falls, Bonneville, ID317.

More About DEAN EMERY LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, WA Whitman Albion ED 153 Pg 3A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

48. iii. CLARA ELIZABETH LUCE, b. 21 Apr 1917, Albion, Whitman Co., Washington; d. 11 Feb 1956, Myrtle, Nez Perce Co., Idaho.

49. iv. ISAAC KAY LUCE, b. 27 May 1919, Albion, Whitman, WA; d. 08 Feb 2003, Lenore, Clearwater, Idaho.

50. v. MINNIE ARLEENE LUCE, b. 28 Apr 1921, Albion, Whitman, WA.

vi. LEROY NORVAL LUCE, b. 30 Apr 1923, Juliaetta, Latah, ID; d. 13 May 1923, Juliaetta, Idaho.

More About LEROY NORVAL LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington318

51. vii. GWEENE EVELYN LUCE, b. 24 Jun 1924, Myrtle, Nez Perce, ID; d. 17 Feb 1998.

viii. MARY PEARL LUCE, b. 19 Jul 1926, Juliaetta, Latah, ID; d. 08 May 1949, Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., Idaho; m. CHARLES MALCOM, 10 Jul 1944.

More About MARY PEARL LUCE:

Census: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

More About CHARLES MALCOM and MARY LUCE:

Marriage: 10 Jul 1944

ix. DORIS MAY LUCE, b. 27 Aug 1928, Southwick, Nez Perce, ID; d. 27 Aug 1928, Southwick, Nez Perce, ID.

More About DORIS MAY LUCE:

Burial: Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington319

x. BETTY JEAN LUCE, b. Abt. 1929, Idaho.

More About BETTY JEAN LUCE:

Census: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

52. xi. CHARLES JONATHAN LUCE.

53. xii. CHRISTINE ALICE LUCE.

 

30. DEAN4 LUCE (ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1)320 was born 22 Feb 1898 in Four Mile, Whitman, Washington, and died 16 Apr 1980 in Tacoma, Pierce, WA321,322. He married AMELIA MAY HOSKINS 18 Jun 1919 in Juliaetta, Latah, ID323, daughter of FERMIN HOSKINS and MINNIE SIMONTON. She was born 22 Jan 1897 in Milton-Freewater, Umatilla, Oregon324, and died 05 Dec 1995 in Olympia, Thurston, Washington325,326.

Notes for DEAN LUCE:

1920 Census VA Elizabeth City Fort Monroe ED 30 Pg 11A

Line 30

347 W 57 58 Luce Dean Head MW 22 M WA WA WA Soldier US Army

-----------, Amelia Wife FW 22 M OR OR IL

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U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

about Dean H Luce

Name: Dean H Luce

Birth Year: 1921

Race: White, citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country: Washington

State: Virginia

County or City: Elizabeth City

Enlistment Date: 31 Oct 1942

Enlistment State: Virginia

Enlistment City: Charlottesville

Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Grade: Private

Grade Code: Private

Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law

Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Source: Enlisted Man, Regular Army, after 3 months of Discharge

Education: 4 years of high school

Marital Status: Single, without dependents

Height: 67

Weight: 155

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1930 Census WA King Seattle ED 37 Pg 2B

Line 57

5210 27 28 Luce Dean Head MW 32 M 21 WA IA OR Officer US Army

------------, Amelia N Wife FW 33 M 22 OR OR IL

------------, Dean R Son MW 9 S WA WA OR

------------, William C Son MW 2 S WA WA OR

More About DEAN LUCE:

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Thurston County, Washington327

Census 1: 1920, VA Elizabeth City Fort Monroe ED 30 Pg 11A

Census 2: 1900, WA Whitman Palouse ED 92 Pg 13A(See Father)

Census 3: 1910, WA Whitman Palouse ED 266 Pg 22B(See Father)

Census 4: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 37 Pg 2B

More About AMELIA MAY HOSKINS:

Census 1: 1900, ID Nez Perce Big Eddy ED 83 Pg 13B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, ID Nez Perce Spaulding ED 220 Pg 5A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, VA Elizabeth City Fort Monroe ED 30 Pg 11A(See Husband)

Census 4: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 37 Pg 2B(See Husband)

More About DEAN LUCE and AMELIA HOSKINS:

Marriage: 18 Jun 1919, Juliaetta, Latah, ID328

Children of DEAN LUCE and AMELIA HOSKINS are:

i. ALICE5 LUCE.

54. ii. DEAN HOSKINS LUCE, b. 27 Jan 1921, Fort Ward, Kitsap, WA; d. 21 Apr 2002, Hampton City, , VA.

55. iii. WILLIAM CLINTON LUCE, b. 18 Jan 1928, Seattle, King Co, WA.

56. iv. CAROL JUNE LUCE.

 

Generation No. 5

31. COGSWELL FRAZER5 CAMPBELL (IRA L4, MARY POLLY ANN3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 19 Feb 1898 in Oregon329, and died 02 Aug 1977 in Bellingham, Washington330,331. He married MARY RUTH MOORE 05 Mar 1921, daughter of EDWIN MOORE and THRESSA SPANGLER. She was born 11 Mar 1900 in Los Angeles, California.

Notes for COGSWELL FRAZER CAMPBELL:

http://editthis.info/lane_co_oregon/Campbell,_Cogswell

Campbell, Cogswell

From Lane Co Oregon

Cogswell's parents were Ira Campbell and Idaho and he was born February 19, 1898. As a child he lived in the Ira Campbell House with his siblings Celeste, Jackson and Eva in Eugene.

His schooling was begun at the St. Mary's Catholic School at 11th and Willamette Sts. After this, he attended public school. In September 1912, he went to Indiana to the Interlaken Boy's School of Rolling Prairie. In the fall of 1913, he entered the Eugene High School, receiving football letters, and graduating in 1917. Sept. 13, 1917, he enlisted in the Submarine Branch of the U. S. Navy. During World War 1, he was stationed around Panama and Central America.

While in the Navy, he played on the Navy football team. He received an honorable discharge March 13, 1919. When he returned home, he entered the spring term at the University of Oregon and became a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. During the next three years, he switched back and forth between the University of Oregon and the Oregon Agricultural College, to take the subjects he thought would be most beneficial to him, and also playing football on both teams (on a Rose Bowl team), receiving letters from both schools.

Before school was out, on March 5, 1921, he married Mary Ruth Moore who was born in Los Angeles, California, the second of nine children born to Edwin Leonard and Thressa Gill Spangler Moore, March 11, 1900. Her family had moved to Medford, Oregon, then on to Eugene, where Ruth attended the Eugene High School and the Borroughs Business College. She worked in the office of the Eugene Fruit Growers Association, until her marriage.

She has been a great help to her husband in his business. They both share a deep appreciation and enjoyment of nature. She likes flowers and has been a member of the Eugene Garden Club, often attending State and National Garden Club Meetings. She has also found time in her busy life to belong to the Eugene Fortnightly Club, The Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness Group, the Delta Gamma Mothers and others.

Cogswell Campbell was a self made man. His first venture was a drag saw, earning money to buy a gravel truck, in which he hauled gravel and rock for new highways, working from sun up to sun down. Next, he started the first auto wrecking and new parts company in this part of the State, with a branch in Albany. This was begun while he was going to college. Selling the Wrecking company, he built an ice plant, which was successful from the first. He gradually added to this, cold storage, a cider plant and an ice cream factory, finally buying out the Eugene Fruit Growers retail and wholesale ice and ice cream business. He branched out into the coast country with a creamery and an ice plant.

About 1948, he started a plywood plant in Eugene, later branching out into a veneer plant at Gold Beach, where Mrs. Campbell says: "the ocean sings through the doors of the mill, only a few hundred feet away and the smell of the fir being peeled is delightful." Mr. Campbell was an early flier and owned planes for over 20 years.

He always liked the water and anything that floats interests him. Finally he bought a yacht.

Reading was his past-time. Following are some of his mottos: "Don't do a job unless you can do it the right way because there is only the one way." "All that we are is the result of what we have thought." "We know no other moment than the present. It is always dying, always becoming past more rapidly than imagination can conceive, yet at the same time it is always being born, always new." Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell Frazer Campbell had two daughters: Patricia Ruth born April 3, 1924 in Eugene married September 13, 1947 in Eugene to James Jordan Marjorie Thressa born February 22, 1922 in Eugene married April 9, 1948 to John Kiser Pratt. They had 3 children born in Eugene: Catherine Dian June 27, 1950 Mary Monica March 31, 1952 Steven September 3, 1954.

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Seattle Passenger and Crew Lists, 1882-1957

about Cogswell F Campbell

Name: Cogswell F Campbell

Arrival Date: 27 Sep 1956

Age: 58

Estimated Birth Year: 1898

Gender: Male

Ship Name: 29 C 700

Port of Arrival: Friday Harbor, Washington

Line: 2

Microfilm Roll Number: M1383_354

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Lane > Eugene > District 37

Line 9 274 H Street

Campbell, Cogswell Head Own$3,000 MW 32 M@24 OR OR OR Proprietor/Ice Plant

Mary Wife FW 30 M@21 CA NE PA None

Marjorie Dau FW 8 S OR OR CA None

Patricia Dau FW 6 S OR OR CA None

Line 13 - 252 H Street

Campbell Idaho Own$3,000 FW 66 Wd OR NY MO None

Celeste Dau FW 25 S OR OR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Eugene, Lane, Oregon; Roll: 1946; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 37; Image: 773.0.

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More About COGSWELL FRAZER CAMPBELL:

Census 1: 1900, OR Lane Eugene ED 111 Pg 10B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 159 Pg 12B(See Mother)

Census 3: 1920, OR Lane Eugene Ward 2 ED 243 Pg 1A(See Mother)

Census 4: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 37 Pg 1A

More About MARY RUTH MOORE:

Census: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 37 Pg 1A(See Husband)

More About COGSWELL CAMPBELL and MARY MOORE:

Marriage: 05 Mar 1921

Children of COGSWELL CAMPBELL and MARY MOORE are:

57. i. MARJORIE THRESSA6 CAMPBELL, b. 22 Feb 1922, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

ii. PATRICIA RUTH CAMPBELL, b. 03 Apr 1924, Eugene, Lane, Oregon; m. JAMES JORDAN, 13 Sep 1947, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

More About PATRICIA RUTH CAMPBELL:

Census: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 37 Pg 1A(See Father)

More About JAMES JORDAN and PATRICIA CAMPBELL:

Marriage: 13 Sep 1947, Eugene, Lane, Oregon

 

32. VERA EDNA5 BELSHAW (LINCOLN4, JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 16 Sep 1895 in Grant, Oregon332, and died 18 Jul 1976 in Grant, Oregon333. She married ALEC R GAY. He was born 04 Dec 1886 in Arkansas, and died 11 Sep 1951 in Grant, Oregon334.

More About VERA EDNA BELSHAW:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Mother)

Census 3: 1930, OR Grant Mountain View ED 29 Pg 1A(See Husband Alec Gay)

Notes for ALEC R GAY:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Alec Rayburn Gay

Name: Alec Rayburn Gay

City: Not Stated

County: Grant

State: Oregon

Birthplace: Arkansas;United States of America

Birth Date: 4 Dec 1886

Race: Caucasian (White)

Roll: 1852056

DraftBoard: 0

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Mountain View > District 29

Line 1

Gay, Alex R. Head Rent Radio MW 43 M@33 AR AR LA Farmer/Own Farm

Vera E. Wife FW 34 M@25 OR OR TX None

Arlene B. Dau FW 6 S OR AR OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Mountain View, Grant, Oregon; Roll: 1939; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 29; Image: 1087.0.

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More About ALEC R GAY:

Census: 1930, OR Grant Mountain View ED 29 Pg 1A

Child of VERA BELSHAW and ALEC GAY is:

i. ARLINE B6 GAY, b. Abt. 1924, Oregon.

More About ARLINE B GAY:

Census: 1930, OR Grant Mountain View ED 29 Pg 1A(See Father)

 

33. EULA WANDA5 BELSHAW (LINCOLN4, JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 11 Jan 1903 in Grant, Oregon, and died Apr 1989 in John Day, Grant, Oregon335,336. She married JAMES ANDREW WYLLIE. He was born Abt. 1895 in Oregon.

More About EULA WANDA BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon337

Census 1: 1910, OR Grant John Day ED 70 Pg 4A(See Mother)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant John Day ED 56 Pg 1A(See Mother)

Census 3: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B(See Husband)

Notes for JAMES ANDREW WYLLIE:

1930 Census OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B

Line 33

49 52 Wyllie James A Head MW 35 M 32 OR PA ME Operator Farm

------------, Eula W Wife FW 27 M 24 OR OR TX

------------, Laurie A Son MW 1 2/12 S OR OR OR

------------, Charles P Brother MW 21 S OR PA ME Laborer Farm

More About JAMES ANDREW WYLLIE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon338

Census: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B

Children of EULA BELSHAW and JAMES WYLLIE are:

58. i. LAURIE ARNOLD6 WYLLIE, b. 10 Feb 1929, Dayville; d. 24 Nov 2007.

ii. JAMES LAYTON WYLLIE.

More About JAMES LAYTON WYLLIE:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon339

 

34. VIRGIL5 BELSHAW (WILLIAM GRANT4, JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 03 Jul 1907 in Washington, and died 19 Nov 1986 in Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon340,341. He married ANNA M ?. She was born 11 Feb 1908 in Kansas, and died 17 Sep 1981 in Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon342,343.

Notes for VIRGIL BELSHAW:

1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Middle > District 21

Line 6

Belohow, Virgil D. Head Rent$9 MW 22 M@18 WA OR WA Farmer/farm

Anna M. Wife FW 22 M@18 KS KS OR None

Carl W. Son MW 4 S OR OR OR?? None

Rodney A. Son WM 3 S OR OR OR?? None

Carlota M. Dau FW 4/12 S OR OR OR?? None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Middle, Grant, Oregon; Roll: 1939; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 21; Image: 1061.0.

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More About VIRGIL BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon344

Census 1: 1910, WA Yakima Zillah ED 294 Pg 6A(See Mother)

Census 2: 1920, OR Grant Mountain View ED 61 Pg 7B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Grant Middle ED 21 Pg 4A

More About ANNA M ?:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon345

Census: 1930, OR Grant Middle ED 21 Pg 4A(See Husband)

Children of VIRGIL BELSHAW and ANNA ? are:

i. CARL W6 BELSHAW, b. Abt. 1926, Oregon.

More About CARL W BELSHAW:

Census: 1930, OR Grant Middle ED 21 Pg 4A(See Father)

ii. RODNEY A BELSHAW, b. Abt. 1927, Oregon; d. 19 Apr 1964, Grant, Oregon346.

More About RODNEY A BELSHAW:

Burial: Canyon City Cemetery, Grant, Oregon347

Census: 1930, OR Grant Middle ED 21 Pg 4A(See Father)

iii. CARETTA BELSHAW, b. Abt. 1929, Oregon.

More About CARETTA BELSHAW:

Census: 1930, OR Grant Middle ED 21 Pg 4A(See Father)

 

35. RODNEY BERTRAND5 CUMMINGS (EDITH CLARA4 BELSHAW, JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 15 Mar 1898 in Grant, Oregon348, and died Feb 1967 in Corvallis, Benton, Oregon349. He married NOLA M ?. She was born 08 Mar 1899 in Canada, and died Oct 1990350.

Notes for RODNEY BERTRAND CUMMINGS:

1920 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Grant > Mountain View > District 61

Line 1

Cummings, Hattie M. Head OM FW 72 Wd ME ME ME None

Richard E. Son MW 51 S ME ME ME Gardener/Truck

Line 3 Fm

Cummings, William O. Head MW 49 M WI ME ME Stock Farm/Cattle

Gertrude Wife FW 39 M TX AL TX None

Eva A. Dau FW 18 S OR WI TX None

Eulala J. Dau FW 8 S OR WI TX None

William O. Son MW 6 S OR WI TX None

Harry H. Son MW 4/12 S OR WI TX None

Rodney B. Nephew MW 21 S OR WI OR Laborer/Stock Farm

Line 10 Fm

Cummings, Ernest A. Head Rent MW 44 M IA ME ME Stock Farm/Cattle

Jessie M. Wife FW 42 M OR MO WY None

Lloyd E. Son MW 22 S OR IA OR Laborer/Stock Farm

Charlotte B. Dau FW 18 S OR IA OR None

Hattie P. Dau FW 14 S OR IA OR None

Orvel E. Son MW 9 S ME IA OR None

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Mountain View, Grant, Oregon; Roll: T625_1494; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 61; Image: 703.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Oregon > Yamhill > Precinct 28 > District 41

Line 74 - Pacific Hwy

Cunnings, Rodney B. Head Rent$25 Radio MW 32 M@26 OR IA OR Electrician/Telephone Co.

Nola M. Wife FW 30 M@24 CanE IN MO Emig/Un None

Eldon O. Son MW 4-4/12 S OR OR CanE None

Rodney D. Son MW 3-11/12 S OR OR CanE None

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 28, Yamhill, Oregon; Roll: 1958; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 41; Image: 373.0.

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More About RODNEY BERTRAND CUMMINGS:

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant Middle ED 14 Pg 5B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, ME Kennebec Waterville Ward 1 ED 121 Pg 4A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, OR Grant Mountain View ED 61 Pg 7A

Census 4: 1930, OR Yamhill Precinct 28 ED 41 pg 1B

More About NOLA M ?:

Census: 1930, OR Yamhill Precinct 28 ED 41 pg 1B(See Husband)

Children of RODNEY CUMMINGS and NOLA ? are:

i. ELDON O6 CUMMINGS, b. Abt. 1925, Oregon.

More About ELDON O CUMMINGS:

Census: 1930, OR Yamhill Precinct 28 ED 41 pg 1B(See Father)

ii. RODNEY D CUMMINGS, b. Abt. 1926, Oregon.

More About RODNEY D CUMMINGS:

Census: 1930, OR Yamhill Precinct 28 ED 41 pg 1B(See Father)

 

36. ROBERT SYDNEY5 MOULTON (MARY ALMA4 LUCE, HENRY BUCKLE3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 13 Jan 1912 in Portland, Oregon, and died 23 Mar 2006 in Ridgefield, WA351. He married KIE ?.

Notes for ROBERT SYDNEY MOULTON:

News Tribune, The Pub Date: 7/2/2006

Robert S. (Sid) Moulton

Died March 23, 2006 of heart failure in Ridgefield, WA at the age of 94. A resident of Spanaway since 1954, he had moved to Ridgefield in Aug. 2005 to be closer to his daughters. He was born in Portland, OR on Jan. 13, 1912 to Robert and Mary Moulton. He graduated from Toppenish High School in 1930. He was preceded in death by his parents and 2 younger brothers, Philip and Donald. He served with the US Army, Army Air Corps, and Air Force and retired in 1956. He met his wife, Kie, in Tokyo, Japan just after World War II. He also worked for the Civil Service at the Logistic Center at Ft. Lewis until his retirement in 1976. He enjoyed trivia, gardening, walking, and Latin but reading was his passion, especially poetry, history, and his daily newspaper. He gave his children a love of learning and instilled in them a curiosity of many things. He is survived by Kie, his wife of 60 yrs., who was his loving caretaker for his last 3-1/2 years. Also, daughters Emi Storey of Milwaukie, OR, Mary Bryant of Ridgefield, WA, and son Donald of Tacoma and six grandchildren. A private burial was held at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, OR.

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U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

about Robert S Moulton

Name: Robert S Moulton

Birth Year: 1912

Race: White, citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country: Oregon

State: Washington

County or City: Yakima

Enlistment Date: 26 Jan 1946

Enlistment State: Illinois

Enlistment City: Chicago

Branch: Air Corps

Branch Code: Air Corps

Grade: Technician 4th Grade

Grade Code: Technician 4th Grade Equivalent to Code 5: Sergeant

Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for Hawaiian Department

Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)

Source: Enlisted Reserve or Medical Administrative Corps (MAC) Officer

Education: 4 years of high school

Marital Status: Single, without dependents

Height: 05

Weight: 025

More About ROBERT SYDNEY MOULTON:

Burial: Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon352

Census 1: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 78 Pg 10A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, WA Yakima Toppenish ED 97 Pg 6A(See Father)

Children of ROBERT MOULTON and KIE ? are:

i. EMI6 MOULTON.

ii. MARY MOULTON.

iii. DONALD MOULTON.

 

37. MARION5 TONEY (INEZ4 LUCE, HENRY BUCKLE3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1920. She married RALPH COOPER, son of JAMES COOPER and TREVA ?. He was born 14 Jun 1919 in San Joaquin, California353, and died 13 Nov 1975 in Willows, Glenn, California354,355.

Notes for RALPH COOPER:

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

about Ralph C Cooper

Name: Ralph C Cooper

Birth Year: 1919

Race: White, citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country: California

State: California

County or City: Glenn

Enlistment Date: 25 Feb 1941

Enlistment State: California

Enlistment City: San Bernardino

Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Grade: Private

Grade Code: Private

Term of Enlistment: Three year enlistment

Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Source: Civil Life

Education: 4 years of high school

Marital Status: Single, without dependents

Height: 69

Weight: 181

More About RALPH COOPER:

Census: 1930, CA Glenn Willows ED 8 Pg 6A(See Father)

Children of MARION TONEY and RALPH COOPER are:

i. KAREN RAE6 COOPER, b. 17 Sep 1946, Glenn, California356.

ii. SANDRA SUE COOPER, b. 24 Feb 1944, Glenn, California357.

 

38. ALTA VERR5 LUCE (LINCOLN DAVID4, JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 05 Jan 1896 in Grant, Oregon358, and died 02 Mar 1977 in Prosser, Yakima, Washington359. She married ELMER H. CORNELL 23 Jul 1915 in Yakima, Washington360. He was born Abt. 1895, and died 23 Jul 1979361.

More About ALTA VERR LUCE:

Burial: 04 Mar 1977, Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA362

Census 1: 1900, OR Grant John Day ED 14 Pg 4B(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, WA Yakima Nob Hill ED 291 Pg 19A(See Father)

More About ELMER CORNELL and ALTA LUCE:

Marriage: 23 Jul 1915, Yakima, Washington363

Children of ALTA LUCE and ELMER CORNELL are:

i. DORIS EVA6 CORNELL, b. Abt. 1927; m. DONALD COXEN, 25 Nov 1953.

More About DONALD COXEN and DORIS CORNELL:

Marriage: 25 Nov 1953

ii. DONALD CORNELL, b. Abt. 1927.

iii. ROBERT LUCE CORNELL, b. Abt. 1920; d. 06 Dec 1920, Yakima, Yakima, Washington364.

More About ROBERT LUCE CORNELL:

Burial: 08 Dec 1920, Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA365

 

39. MICHAEL CHAUNCEY5 HARPER (RUHAMA B4 LUCE, JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 29 Jun 1913 in Medford, Oregon, and died 21 Dec 1998 in Port Orford, Curry, Oregon366,367. He married (1) BETTY ?. He married (2) HARUYO ?. She was born 30 Aug 1923, and died 02 Jun 2003 in Chehalis, Lewis, Washington368.

Notes for MICHAEL CHAUNCEY HARPER:

http://archive.mailtribune.com/archive/98/dec98/122998n11.htm

Michael C. Harper

Michael Chauncey Harper, 85, of Port Orford, formerly of Medford, died Dec. 21, 1998 at his home. A private memorial service will be held Jan. 2.

He was born June 29, 1913 near Medford, a son of Milton and Ruhama Luce Harper. He attended Table Rock and Sams Valley Schools, and graduated from Butte Falls High School.

Mr. Harper owned several businesses in Portland and Las Vegas. When the Alaska Pipeline was being built, he worked as a welder out of Point Barrow, Alaska. He then retired to Port Orford.

Survivors include his wife, Betty; a daughter, Jeri Hill, Portland; two stepchildren; a brother, Vern R. Harper, Eagle Point; and a sister, Jeri Busby, Eagle Point. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Herschel and Melvin Harper.

Arrangements: Port Orford Funeral Service.

More About MICHAEL CHAUNCEY HARPER:

Census 1: 1920, OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A(See Father)

Child of MICHAEL HARPER and BETTY ? is:

i. JERI6 HARPER.

 

40. GERALDINE WILMA5 HARPER (RUHAMA B4 LUCE, JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 21 Apr 1915 in Medford, Oregon, and died 10 Sep 2003 in Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon369. She married (1) ALVIN PAE GREB 01 Jul 1933 in Medford, Oregon. He was born 11 Apr 1908, and died 21 Nov 1979 in Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon370,371. She married (2) WILLIAM ALLEN BUSBY 30 Jun 1981 in Carson City, NV372. He was born 17 Sep 1922 in Holton, Kansas, and died 04 Jan 2003 in Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon373.

More About GERALDINE WILMA HARPER:

Burial: Antioch Pioneer Cemetery

Census 1: 1920, OR Jackson Sams Valley ED 165 pg 1B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, OR Jackson Antioch ED 10 Pg 2A(See Father)

More About ALVIN GREB and GERALDINE HARPER:

Marriage: 01 Jul 1933, Medford, Oregon

Notes for WILLIAM ALLEN BUSBY:

http://archive.mailtribune.com/archive/2003/0106/obit/obit.htm

William A. ĎBillí Busby

The graveside service for William A. "Bill" Busby will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Antioch Cemetery in Sams Valley. Pastor Chris Naranjo and the Eagle Point Grange will officiate.

Mr. Busby, 80, of Eagle Point, died Saturday (Jan. 4, 2003) at his home.

He was born in Holton, Kan., on Sept. 17, 1922, and lived in Kansas City, Mo., and Cheyenne, Wyo., before moving to San Francisco in 1939. He built ships at Mare Island until he was drafted into the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1943. He served as a nose-gunner in a B-24 Liberator bomber, and was shot down over Italy. He spent more than a year as a German prisoner of war, and marched from Poland to Germany. He received the Air Medal, Victory Medal and Purple Heart.

After the war he returned to San Francisco to continue his ship-building work and helped build nuclear-powered submarines and surface ships. He retired in 1972 and moved to Eagle Point in 1981, where he married Jeri Greb, who survives.

He enjoyed traveling, reading western novels, and watching rodeo bull riding on television. He was a member of the Butte Creek Baptist Church, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Eagle Point Grange.

Survivors, in addition to his wife, include three daughters, Gloria Holloway, Eagle Point, Linda Bay, Novato, Calif., Lori Sessions, Watsonville, Calif.; two sons, Darrel Greb, Central Point, Ron Greb, Canyon City; nine grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and two great-great- grandchildren.

Arrangements: Hillcrest Mortuary and Memorial Park, Medford.

 

More About WILLIAM ALLEN BUSBY:

Burial: Antioch Cemetery

More About WILLIAM BUSBY and GERALDINE HARPER:

Marriage: 30 Jun 1981, Carson City, NV374

Children of GERALDINE HARPER and ALVIN GREB are:

i. GLORIA6 GREB, m. ? HOLLOWAY.

ii. DARREL GREB.

iii. RON GREB.

 

41. KEITHA CONSTANCE5 LUCE (WILLIAM AUGUSTUS4, JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 15 Jun 1903 in John Day, Grant, Oregon, and died 23 Dec 1971 in Beaverton, Washington, Oregon375. She married LIONEL WILLIAM KINGSLEY 23 Sep 1925 in Portland, Multnomah, Oregon. He was born 27 Nov 1897 in Banner County, Nebraska, and died 16 Jun 1983 in Beaverton, Washington, Oregon376,377.

More About KEITHA CONSTANCE LUCE:

Census 1: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 201 Pg 18A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B(See Father)

Census 3: 1930, OR Columbia Chapman ED 3 Pg 1A(See Husband)

Notes for LIONEL WILLIAM KINGSLEY:

1930 Census OR Columbia Chapman ED 3 Pg 1A

Line 19

6 6 Kingsley Lionel W Head MW 32 M NE IA IN Farmer Farming

-----------, Keitha C Wife FW 26 M 22 OR OR OR

-----------, Duane R Son MW 3 S OR NE OR

More About LIONEL WILLIAM KINGSLEY:

Census: 1930, OR Columbia Chapman ED 3 Pg 1A

More About LIONEL KINGSLEY and KEITHA LUCE:

Marriage: 23 Sep 1925, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon

Child of KEITHA LUCE and LIONEL KINGSLEY is:

i. DUANE RODERICK6 KINGSLEY, b. 31 Oct 1926, Oregon; m. DORTHY HELEN MUSTERER, 14 Oct 1961; b. 01 Feb 1926, Mayerthorpe, Alberta, Canada.

More About DUANE RODERICK KINGSLEY:

Census: 1930, OR Columbia Chapman ED 3 Pg 1A(See Father)

More About DUANE KINGSLEY and DORTHY MUSTERER:

Marriage: 14 Oct 1961

 

42. CHAUNCEY DARREL5 LUCE (WILLIAM AUGUSTUS4, JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Feb 1909 in John Day, Grant, Oregon, and died 07 Jun 1977 in Palos Verdes Peninsula, Los Angeles, California378,379. He married ELEANOR MARIE KUUL. She was born 21 Sep 1907, and died 05 Dec 1997380.

More About CHAUNCEY DARREL LUCE:

Census 1: 1910, OR Multnomah Portland Ward 8 ED 201 Pg 18A(See Father)

Census 2: 1920, OR Multnomah Portland ED 91 Pg 3B(See Father)

Child of CHAUNCEY LUCE and ELEANOR KUUL is:

i. ETHELYN6 LUCE, b. Abt. 1929.

 

43. PHILIP ALBERT5 STOSSER (BERTHA ELMINA4 LUCE, JOHN C.3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 08 Mar 1919 in Santa Cruz, California381, and died 24 Dec 1965 in Seattle, King, Washington382,383. He married (1) PEARL HOWARD. He married (2) ENGEBORG CAROLINE MALMBERG 21 Dec 1942 in Kitsap, Washington384. She was born 20 Feb 1915, and died 04 Apr 2001 in Palmdale, Los Angeles, California385.

More About PHILIP ALBERT STOSSER:

Burial: 27 Jan 1966, Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, California386

Census 1: 1920, CA Los Angeles Los Angeles Assembly District ED 400 Pg 6B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, CA Santa Cruz Watsonville ED 27 pg 27A(See Father)

More About PHILIP STOSSER and ENGEBORG MALMBERG:

Marriage: 21 Dec 1942, Kitsap, Washington387

Child of PHILIP STOSSER and PEARL HOWARD is:

i. JANET CHARLANE6 STOSSER, b. 17 Jul 1938, Santa Cruz, California388.

Children of PHILIP STOSSER and ENGEBORG MALMBERG are:

ii. DONALD6 STOSSER, b. 10 Feb 1942; d. 12 Feb 1993389.

More About DONALD STOSSER:

Burial: Shelton Memorial Park Cemetery, Shelton, WA

iii. ROGER WARREN STOSSER, b. 26 Aug 1944, Santa Cruz, California390; m. (1) PATRICIA L PRICE, 09 Jul 1965, Los Angeles, California391; b. Abt. 1947; m. (2) MARSHA COLLEEN BONFIGLIO, 19 May 1973, Las Vegas, Nevada392; m. (3) CHERYL ANNE GUYER, 26 Mar 1988, Carson City, Nevada393.

More About ROGER STOSSER and PATRICIA PRICE:

Divorce: Nov 1968, Orange, California

Marriage: 09 Jul 1965, Los Angeles, California394

More About ROGER STOSSER and MARSHA BONFIGLIO:

Marriage: 19 May 1973, Las Vegas, Nevada395

More About ROGER STOSSER and CHERYL GUYER:

Marriage: 26 Mar 1988, Carson City, Nevada396

 

44. ISAAC LUCE5 KENOYER (EVA F4 LUCE, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 03 Sep 1899 in Washington, and died 04 Jan 1966 in Sumner, WA397,398. He married IDA MAE TORGERSON Abt. 1922, daughter of SWEN TORGERSON and MATTIE STORLA. She was born 24 Jan 1905 in Oregon, and died 12 Mar 2000 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington.

Notes for ISAAC LUCE KENOYER:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record

about Isaac Luce Kenoyer

Name: Isaac Luce Kenoyer

City: Not Stated

County: Whitman

State: Washington

Birth Date: 3 Sep 1899

Race: White

Roll: 1992258

DraftBoard: 0

Mrs Eva Kenoyer, LaCrosse, Whitman, WA

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Walla Walla Union Bulletin (Walla Walla, Washington) > 1966 > January > 6, page 18

Isaac L. (Ike) Kenoyer

Isaac (Ike)Luce Kenoyer, 66, a former Umatilla County resident and member of a pioneer Northwest family, died Tuesday at his home in Sumner, Wash.

He was born and raised in the Palouse area of Eastern Washington. He operated a small sawmill on upper Couse Creek before World War II. During that period he lived in Milton-Freewater. In 1942 he moved to the Seattle-Tacoma area to engage in shipbuilding. After the war he engaged in truck gardening in Northeast Washington. He was employed by Boeing in Seattle until his health forced his retirement three years ago.

He married Ida Torgerson, Milton-Freewater in 1922. She survives,as do four daughters; Mrs. Peyton Winn, Weston; Mrs. Harry Lindbo, Tacoma; Mrs. James McCoy, Edmonds; and Mrs. William Ridgeway, Puyallup; two sons, Alan L. Kenoyer, Bremerton, and James Kenoyer, Ellensburg; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Emerson, Albion, and Mrs. Lorinda Warner, Pullman; three brothers, the Rev. Antrim Kenoyer, Umapine; George Kenoyer, Tacoma, and Mark Kenoyer, Albion; and 24 grandchildren.

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1930 Census WA Walla Walla Albion ED 70 Pg 3A

Kenoyer,Isaac L.,head,MW,30,m23,WA,OR,OR,Traveling Salesman,Machinary

Ida M.,wife,FW,25,m17,OR,NORWAY,IA

Jessie M.,daughter,FW,6S,OR,WA,OR

Dorothy J.,daughter,FW,3 9/12S,WA,WA,OR

Barbara J.,daughter,FW,1 7/12S,ID,WA,OR

More About ISAAC LUCE KENOYER:

Burial: Sumner Cemetery, Sumner, Pierce, WA399

Census 1: 1900, WA Whitman Sutton ED 102 Pg 9A(See Father)

Census 2: 1910, WA Whitman Guy ED 270 Pg 6A(See Father)

Census 3: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Mother)

Census 4: 1930, WA Walla Walla Albion ED 70 Pg 3A

More About IDA MAE TORGERSON:

Burial: Sumner Cemetery, Sumner, Pierce, WA399

Census 1: 1910, OR Umatilla S Milton ED 265 Pg 16

Census 2: 1920, OR Umatilla Pct 11 ED 150 Pg 57B

Census 3: 1930, WA Walla Walla Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(see Husband)

More About ISAAC KENOYER and IDA TORGERSON:

Marriage: Abt. 1922

Children of ISAAC KENOYER and IDA TORGERSON are:

59. i. JESSIE M6 KENOYER, b. Abt. 1924, Oregon.

ii. DOROTHY J KENOYER, b. Abt. 1926, Washington.

More About DOROTHY J KENOYER:

Census: 1930, WA Walla Walla Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(see Father)

iii. BARBARA J KENOYER, b. Abt. 1928, Idaho.

More About BARBARA J KENOYER:

Census: 1930, WA Walla Walla Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(see Father)

iv. ALAN L. KENOYER, m. PATSY SHELBY, 21 Nov 1951, Sumner, WA; b. 13 Dec 1933, Tacoma, Pierce, Washington; d. 17 Apr 2000, Bremerton, Kitsap, WA400.

Notes for PATSY SHELBY:

Patsy Mae Kenoyer

Age at Death: 66

Birth Date: Dec/13/1933

Death Date: Apr/17/2000

Newspaper Title: Wilson County News, The

Newspaper Location: Floresville, TX, US

Obituary Publication Date: Apr/13/2004

Patsy Kenoyer

Patsy Mae Kenoyer, 66, of Bremerton died April 17, 2000, at home.

She was born Dec. 13, 1933, to Clive and Lois Shelby in Tacoma. She was raised and educated in Tacoma and Puyallup, graduating from Puyallup High School in 1951.

She married Alan L. Kenoyer on Nov. 21, 1951, in Sumner.

Mrs. Kenoyer moved to Bremerton in 1955. She was a secretary for the Bremerton School District for 28 years, retiring in 1997.

She was a member of Bremerton First Christian Church, and was a past president of the Bremerton Secretary and Aides Association. She also was a Bremerton School District classified employee of the year and received a Golden Acorn Award from the PTA.

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Shelby of Yacolt and Kerry of Bremerton; three daughters, Leslie Kenoyer, Casey Llewellyn and Kendal Griego, all of Bremerton; and five grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday at Lewis Funeral Chapel. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. April 29 at Bremerton First Christian Church.

Memorial donations may be made to the Continuing College Fund of First Christian Church, 811 Veneta Ave., Bremerton, WA 98337.

More About ALAN KENOYER and PATSY SHELBY:

Marriage: 21 Nov 1951, Sumner, WA

v. JAMES KENOYER.

 

45. BENDER ALBERT5 LUCE (CLAY B4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1914 in Fort Benton, Montana. He married MILDRED LUCILE COLLINS 21 Jul 1932 in Whitman, Washington401, daughter of FRED COLLINS and CLARA GILBRETH. She was born Abt. 1913 in Moscow, Idaho.

More About BENDER ALBERT LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, CA San Joaquin Dent ED 141 Pg 9B(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, ID Latah Moscow ED 13 Pg 6A(See Father)

More About BENDER LUCE and MILDRED COLLINS:

Marriage: 21 Jul 1932, Whitman, Washington401

Child of BENDER LUCE and MILDRED COLLINS is:

60. i. FRED6 LUCE.

 

46. RALPH5 LUCE (CLAY B4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 07 Jan 1920 in California, and died 14 Mar 2007 in Providence Marianwood Nursing Home402. He married (2) LOUISE WENBERG Abt. 1979.

Notes for RALPH LUCE:

Seattle Times

Death Date: 14 Mar 1979

Newspaper Title: Seattle Times, The

Newspaper Location: Seattle, WA, Us

Obituary Publication Date: 18 Jun 2007

Local pediatrician Ralph Luce, 87, made families feel better

By Roxana Popescu

Dr. Ralph Luce, pediatrician and medical professor

To a toddler with a tummy ache, a stethoscope can be a terrifying thing. To his parents, waiting for a diagnosis can be even worse.

So Ralph Luce, a pediatrician who could carry a tune, sang silly songs. He yodeled. He put on hand puppets to convince them it would be OK. Anything for a giggle.

And then, after hours and sometimes late into the night, he waited with parents, answering their questions, supervising children's progress and making sure the family left the office or hospital in a better state than it entered.

Dr. Luce, a respected pediatrician at Group Health and medical professor from Issaquah, died of complications from heart disease and a stroke at Providence Marianwood Nursing Home on March 14 at the age of 87.

One claim to fame might have been the Luce family name, since Dr. Luce was apparently a distant relative of Henry Luce, co-founder of Time magazine. But he shied away from that connection and made his mark through medicine, relatives and friends said.

He was born in California and lived on ranches in Idaho in his youth, selling milk every morning before school. He joined the Army and served in World War II. When he came back, he became a doctor and a professor at University of Washington's Medical School.

A devoted husband, a wonderful father to two daughters, a distinguished gentleman who liked to mix and match clothing patterns (with varying degrees of success, truth be told), an intellectual and world traveler who picked up languages like wildflowers -- these are some snapshots that emerge, according to those who knew and loved him.

"He was just one of my life's heroes," said Lynn McGlocklin, a nurse practitioner who studied with Dr. Luce and then worked with him for decades.

McGlocklin said Dr. Luce's dedication to his Group Health patients was almost a political statement, since he refused to make compromises or cut corners even as industry pressures increasingly required doctors to place profits first. Even joining the health-care cooperative in its formative years during the 1950s was seen as a controversial thing to do, she said.

"Dr. Luce took a professional risk," she said. "He had an impeccable reputation, and then he signed on with this little, teeny co-op out in Seattle. It was considered pretty socialist, pretty left-wing."

She added that he was equally devoted, and disarming, as a teacher.

"He was not at all imperious. He wasn't didactic at all," she said.

This approach served him well at the pingpong table, where he would lure residents half his age and then mercilessly beat them.

Louise Wenberg Luce, a widowed junior-high librarian, met Dr. Luce, who was divorced, on a Audubon hike on Mount Rainier in July 1978. It was a daylong walk where people were pausing to snap pictures of local flora, and they exchanged a few words when the group took a break.

"I just happened to sit on a rock next to where he was sitting for lunch, and I shared my mother's lemon bars with him," she said.

They were married in 1979.

Mrs. Luce, who met him at the twilight of his career, missed the 3 a.m. phone calls and the training sessions with residents. Instead, she saw a man who had time to read and write about public-health issues, who supported her dream to grow fruit trees, and who wanted to see the world with her.

They traveled the country from Oregon to North Carolina, staying in elder hostels. Already fluent in Spanish, when he traveled to Sweden he learned from tapes, becoming an instant hit with her relatives, she recalled.

Dr. Luce is also survived by his daughters, Donna Luce of Seattle and Marilyn Wronsky of Corte Madera, Calif.; a grandson, Ben Wronsky; a granddaughter, Anna Wronsky of San Francisco; and a brother, Bender Luce, of Olympia.

His body was given to the UW Department of Biological Structure, Willed Body Program, for medical research and education.

A memorial service will be held at Eastshore Unitarian Church, Bellevue, at 3 p.m. June 30. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility, 4554 12th Ave. N.E., Seattle, 98105, or Group Health Foundation, 1730 Minor Ave., Suite 1500, Seattle, 98101.

More About RALPH LUCE:

Census: 1930, ID Latah Moscow ED 13 Pg 6A(See Father)

More About RALPH LUCE and LOUISE WENBERG:

Marriage: Abt. 1979

Children of RALPH LUCE are:

61. i. MARILYN6 LUCE.

ii. DONNA LUCE.

 

47. FERMIN LINCOLN5 LUCE (IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 01 Nov 1913 in Ft. Benton, Chouteau, MT, and died 15 Feb 1991 in Rigby, Idaho403. He married (2) MABEL BYE Bef. 1943. He married (3) JANELLA HOSKINS 29 Jan 1944 in Skamania, Washington404. He married (4) LOLA MARIE FISHER 06 Jul 1990 in Twin Falls, Idaho, daughter of ALMA FISHER and MARTHA BAKER. She was born 28 Feb 1923 in Ririe, Idaho, and died 15 Feb 1991 in Rigby, Idaho405.

Notes for FERMIN LINCOLN LUCE:

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

about Fermin L Luce

Name: Fermin L Luce

Birth Year: 1913

Race: White, citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country: Montana

State: Oregon

County or City: Multnomah

Enlistment Date: 4 Jun 1943

Enlistment State: Oregon

Enlistment City: Portland

Branch: No branch assignment

Branch Code: No branch assignment

Grade: Private

Grade Code: Private

Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law

Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Source: Civil Life

Education: Grammar school

Civil Occupation: Rigger* An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indicates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in the United States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test.

Marital Status: Separated, without dependents

Height: 11

Weight: 111

More About FERMIN LINCOLN LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, WA Whitman Albion ED 153 Pg 3A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

More About FERMIN LUCE and MABEL BYE:

Marriage: Bef. 1943

More About FERMIN LUCE and JANELLA HOSKINS:

Marriage: 29 Jan 1944, Skamania, Washington406

More About FERMIN LUCE and LOLA FISHER:

Marriage: 06 Jul 1990, Twin Falls, Idaho

Children of FERMIN LUCE and MABEL BYE are:

i. CHARLES ADOLPH6 LUCE, b. Moscow, Latah Co., Idaho.

ii. LILLIAN LOUISE LUCE.

iii. DONALD LEROY LUCE, b. Huntington, Oregon.

 

48. CLARA ELIZABETH5 LUCE (IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 21 Apr 1917 in Albion, Whitman Co., Washington407, and died 11 Feb 1956 in Myrtle, Nez Perce Co., Idaho. She married DENNIS KADA MCKAY 20 Apr 1937 in Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington. He was born 05 Oct 1909 in Myrtle, Nez Perce, ID, and died May 1977 in Bend, Deschutes, OR.

Notes for CLARA ELIZABETH LUCE:

Died in an auto accident

More About CLARA ELIZABETH LUCE:

Burial: Normal Hill Cemetery, Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho408

Cause of Death: Auto Accident

Census 1: 1920, WA Whitman Albion ED 153 Pg 3A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

More About DENNIS KADA MCKAY:

Burial: Normal Hill Cemetery, Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho409

More About DENNIS MCKAY and CLARA LUCE:

Marriage: 20 Apr 1937, Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington

Children of CLARA LUCE and DENNIS MCKAY are:

62. i. ROBERT HERBERT6 MCKAY.

63. ii. KAY ALENE MCKAY.

64. iii. PATRICIA JOAN MCKAY.

65. iv. CAROL ALICE MCKAY.

v. DENNIS LEE MCKAY.

 

49. ISAAC KAY5 LUCE (IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 27 May 1919 in Albion, Whitman, WA410, and died 08 Feb 2003 in Lenore, Clearwater, Idaho411. He married ESTHER EDYTHE WRIGHT 03 Oct 1938 in Clark, Washington412. She was born 05 Dec 1918 in Lapwai, Nez Perce, ID.

More About ISAAC KAY LUCE:

Census 1: 1920, WA Whitman Albion ED 153 Pg 3A(See Father)

Census 2: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

More About ISAAC LUCE and ESTHER WRIGHT:

Marriage: 03 Oct 1938, Clark, Washington412

Children of ISAAC LUCE and ESTHER WRIGHT are:

66. i. VIOLA ESTHER6 LUCE.

ii. LARRY DEAN LUCE, b. 21 Oct 1942, Orofino, Clearwater Co., Idaho; d. 05 Aug 1962, Yakima, Yakima Co., Washington.

 

50. MINNIE ARLEENE5 LUCE (IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 28 Apr 1921 in Albion, Whitman, WA. She married CLARENCE WRIGHT 01 Jul 1941 in Nez Perce, Lewis, ID. He was born 04 Jul 1920 in Elgin, Union, OR.

More About MINNIE ARLEENE LUCE:

Census: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

More About CLARENCE WRIGHT and MINNIE LUCE:

Marriage: 01 Jul 1941, Nez Perce, Lewis, ID

Children of MINNIE LUCE and CLARENCE WRIGHT are:

i. JERRY LEE6 WRIGHT.

ii. CONNIE JEAN WRIGHT.

 

51. GWEENE EVELYN5 LUCE (IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 24 Jun 1924 in Myrtle, Nez Perce, ID, and died 17 Feb 1998413. She married (1) MAX WAYNE MAINS. She married (2) ERNEST LELIDIES MARLEY 24 Aug 1941 in Nez Perce, Lewis, ID. He was born 19 Feb 1900, and died Sep 1962 in Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai, ID.

More About GWEENE EVELYN LUCE:

Census: 1930, ID Clearwater Elk River ED 9 Pg 2A(see Father)

Notes for ERNEST LELIDIES MARLEY:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Ernest Ledest Marley

Name: Ernest Ledest Marley

City: Council Bluffs

County: Pottawattamie

State: Iowa

Birth Date: 19 Feb 1900

Race: White

Roll: 1642993

More About ERNEST MARLEY and GWEENE LUCE:

Divorce: 14 Jan 1947

Marriage: 24 Aug 1941, Nez Perce, Lewis, ID

Children of GWEENE LUCE and MAX MAINS are:

i. LINDA GWEENE6 MAINS.

ii. KAREN BELLE MAINS.

Children of GWEENE LUCE and ERNEST MARLEY are:

iii. SARAH MAY6 MARLEY, b. 29 Aug 1942, Cottonwood, Idaho Co., Idaho; d. 03 May 1946, Cottonwood, Idaho Co., Idaho.

iv. ERNEST LEROY MARLEY.

67. v. SANDRA LEE MARLEY.

 

52. CHARLES JONATHAN5 LUCE (IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) He married JANICE MARLENE LINCOLN.

Children of CHARLES LUCE and JANICE LINCOLN are:

i. CHARLES WINSTON6 LUCE.

ii. JULENE JANICE LUCE.

 

53. CHRISTINE ALICE5 LUCE (IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) She married SHELTON KNOWLES.

Children of CHRISTINE LUCE and SHELTON KNOWLES are:

i. PAULINE ALICE6 KNOWLES.

ii. DEBRA ANN KNOWLES.

iii. STANLEY NORVAL KNOWLES.

 

54. DEAN HOSKINS5 LUCE (DEAN4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 27 Jan 1921 in Fort Ward, Kitsap, WA, and died 21 Apr 2002 in Hampton City, , VA414. He married MAXINE GLENDRED BEACHUM 22 Dec 1944. She was born 22 Oct 1926 in Marshville, Union Co, NC.

More About DEAN HOSKINS LUCE:

Census: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 37 Pg 2B(See Father)

More About DEAN LUCE and MAXINE BEACHUM:

Marriage: 22 Dec 1944

Children of DEAN LUCE and MAXINE BEACHUM are:

i. ROBERT DEAN6 LUCE.

ii. ANDREA KAY LUCE.

iii. CHERYL DENICE LUCE.

 

55. WILLIAM CLINTON5 LUCE (DEAN4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 18 Jan 1928 in Seattle, King Co, WA. He married BETTY HUGHES HESTAND.

More About WILLIAM CLINTON LUCE:

Census: 1930, WA King Seattle ED 37 Pg 2B(See Father)

Children of WILLIAM LUCE and BETTY HESTAND are:

i. CAROLINE LEE6 LUCE.

ii. JULIE ANN LUCE.

iii. PAUL HOSKINS LUCE.

iv. MEGAN KATHLEEN LUCE.

 

56. CAROL JUNE5 LUCE (DEAN4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) She married (1) CLARENCE DAVID FINGER. She married (2) RALEIGH HOWARD HAYS. He was born 30 Mar 1909, and died 19 Dec 1962 in Iola, Allen Co., Kansas.

Child of CAROL LUCE and CLARENCE FINGER is:

68. i. CAROL MAY6 FINGER.

Children of CAROL LUCE and RALEIGH HAYS are:

ii. PHYLLIS ARLENE6 HAYS.

iii. PHILIP CARL HAYS.

iv. MARJORIE ANNE HAYS.

 

Generation No. 6

57. MARJORIE THRESSA6 CAMPBELL (COGSWELL FRAZER5, IRA L4, MARY POLLY ANN3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 22 Feb 1922 in Eugene, Lane, Oregon. She married JOHN KISER PRATT 09 Apr 1948 in Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

More About MARJORIE THRESSA CAMPBELL:

Census: 1930, OR Lane Eugene ED 37 Pg 1A(See Father)

More About JOHN PRATT and MARJORIE CAMPBELL:

Marriage: 09 Apr 1948, Eugene, Lane, Oregon

Children of MARJORIE CAMPBELL and JOHN PRATT are:

i. CATHERINE DIANE7 PRATT, b. 27 Jun 1950, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

ii. MARY MONICA PRATT, b. 31 Mar 1952, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

iii. STEVEN PRATT, b. 03 Sep 1954, Eugene, Lane, Oregon.

 

58. LAURIE ARNOLD6 WYLLIE (EULA WANDA5 BELSHAW, LINCOLN4, JANE3 LUCE, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born 10 Feb 1929 in Dayville, and died 24 Nov 2007. He married DONNA LAVELLE PORTER 18 Aug 1962 in Boise, Idaho.

Notes for LAURIE ARNOLD WYLLIE:

Obituaries for Nov. 27: Laurie Wyllie

Published: November 27, 2007

Laurie Wyllie

Laurie A. Wyllie, 78, of John Day died Nov. 24, 2007.

His funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Driskill Memorial Chapel, 241 S. Canyon Blvd., in John Day. Pastor Darrell Johnson will officiate. Interment will be at the Canyon City Cemetery. Visitations will be from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at Driskill Memorial Chapel.

Laurie Arnold Wyllie was born on Feb. 10, 1929, at Dayville to James A. and Eula W. Belshaw Wyllie. He was a 1946 graduate of Grant Union High School at John Day. He went on to serve two years in the U.S. Army.

He married his longtime friend, Donna Lavelle Porter, on Aug. 18, 1962, at Boise. The couple had fours sons and one daughter.

Laurie spent his life as a cattle rancher. He enjoyed spring brandings, hunting, rodeo, sports, reading, music and dancing. And he loved spending time with his family and friends.

Laurie was a member of the Elks Lodge, the Sheriff's Posse and the Fair Board. In 2000, Laurie was the grand marshal of the Grant County Fair. Learning to play the piano was one of Laurie's many accomplishments.

Survivors include his daughter, Jamie Lupien of Woodbridge, Calif.; sons, Kelly Wyllie of Beaverton, Russ Wyllie of Reno, Nev., and Lindsey Wyllie and Layton Wyllie, both of John Day; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren

He was preceded in death by his parents, James A. Wyllie and Eula W. Belshaw; and one brother, James Layton Wyllie.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Laurie Wyllie Memorial Fund or the Blue Mountain Hospice through Driskill Memorial Chapel, 241 S. Canyon Blvd., John Day, OR 97845.

 

More About LAURIE ARNOLD WYLLIE:

Census: 1930, OR Grant John Day ED 4 Pg 2B(See Father)

More About LAURIE WYLLIE and DONNA PORTER:

Marriage: 18 Aug 1962, Boise, Idaho

Children of LAURIE WYLLIE and DONNA PORTER are:

i. JAMIE7 WYLLIE.

ii. KELLY WYLLIE.

iii. RUSS WYLLIE.

iv. LINDSEY WYLLIE.

 

59. JESSIE M6 KENOYER (ISAAC LUCE5, EVA F4 LUCE, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1924 in Oregon. She married PEYTON RANDOLPH WINN 06 Jul 1943, son of GEORGE WINN and ANNA COMPTON. He was born 28 May 1922 in Walla Walla, Walla Walla, WA, and died 31 May 2001 in College Place, Walla Walla, WA415.

More About JESSIE M KENOYER:

Census: 1930, WA Walla Walla Albion ED 70 Pg 3A(see Father)

Notes for PEYTON RANDOLPH WINN:

Obituary

Composite of PEYTON WINN from

Walla Walla Union Bulletin dated Tuesday, June 5, 2001

Milton-Freewater Valley Times dated Friday June 8, 2001

Former Milton-Freewater resident Peyton R. Winn, 79, of Park Plaza Retirement Residence, died May 31, 2001, at Regency at the Park in College Place.

The funeral service will be 11:a.m. Friday at Munselle-Rhodes Funeral Home, 902 S. Main St., Milton-Freewater. A concluding service and burial will be in Olney Cemetery, Pendleton. Pastor John Stafford of College Place Seventh-day Adventist Village Church and the Rev. David Brauer-Rieke of Christ The King Lutheran Church will officiate.

Memorial contributions may be made to the National Parkinson's Foundation through the funeral home.

Mr. Winn was born May 28, 1922, at St. Mary's Hospital in Walla Walla, to George W. and Anna Compton Winn. Raised on the farm near Weston, he graduated from McLoughlin Union High School. He attended a year at Oregon State College, belonged to Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and was assistant editor of the OSC newspaper.

During World War II he enlisted in the United States Army, undergoing basic training at Camp Roberts in California and served in the Dutch West Indies as a radio operator on the island of Curacao.

He married Jessie Kenoyer July 6, 1943. He and his wife had five children during their 24-year marriage. After receiving his honoable discharge, the couple returned to his family farm to go into farming with his father and his brother Bob. He was always very interested in modern farming methods, and conservation and crop diversification. This thinking was instrumental in the beginning of raising strawberries, a crop for which the farm later became well-known.

He was among the first to employ Japanese Americans returning to the area from internment camps, utilizing their skills at the beginning of the strawberry project.

In 1956, Winn began working for the Federal Government to provide Federal Crop Insurance to area farmers. He was District Supervisor until 1967. Later jobs included serving as custodian at Central School as well as working part-time at Sears after his retirement.

He married Adealia L. Tollefson May 1, 1969. She passed away April 16, 1994.

Winn was involved in many community activities. He was a Post Commander of the Weston VFW chapter, president of the Weston Chamber of Commerce, served on the steering Committee of the Umatilla County Pioneer Reunion and was a member of the Farm Bureau. He was a life long Democrat.

Both musical and church activities were important to him. He had been given vocal training as a youth by his mother and never forgot what she had taught him. He sang in several choirs over the years, and enjoyed singing in a barbershop quartet, which for a while was featured music for a weekly radio program on KWWB. He was a popular soloist in the area and even in his final years sang at weddings, funerals and made weekly rounds singing at retirement centers the old songs he knew so well. He passed his love for music down to his children, teaching them to sing in harmony from an early age. When it came to church participation he had experience in several denominational traditions. Raised a Methodist, he later attended the First Baptist Church of Athena, while raising his family.

After moving to Milton-Freewater, he became a member of Christ The King Lutheran Church where he served as Treasurer for many years. In the last two months of his life he became a member of the College Place Seventh-day Adventist Village Church. He was an avid Bible student throughout his life, and also passed this on to his children

In the later years, he taught "55 Alive" classes and enjoyed breakfasting with "The Over the Hill Gang". He was pleased to be a recipient of the Golden Pioneer Award as well. A crowning achievement of his last year of life was the organizing of the first Winn Family reunion in June of 2000. Winn descendents came to M-F from far and near to learn family history, share old mementos, and meet each other, many for the first time. This was a fulfillment of a long held dream that grew from his years of genealogical work.

Survivors include his four daughters; Karen Pierpoint and Robin Green of Moreno Valley, CA, Christine Cowgill of Honolulu, Hawaii and Barbara Klett of Bend, OR; son Douglas Winn of Seattle, WA; brother Robert Winn of Weston, OR; 13 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren .

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Peyton R Winn

Birth: May. 28, 1922

Walla Walla

Walla Walla County

Washington, USA

Death: May. 31, 2001

College Place

Walla Walla County

Washington, USA

First born of George W & Anna (Compton) Winn...WW II - US Army - Dutch West Indies - Radio operator on Curacao...Married 6 Jul 1943 to Jessie Kenoyer...2nd Married Adealia L Tollefson 1 May 1969 (died 16 Apr 1994)...Father of: Karen, Robin, Christine, Barbara, & Douglas (all from 1st marriage)...Brother of Robert...Obit in Valley Times, Milton-Freewater OR, Jun 8, 2001, Page A8.

Burial:

Olney Cemetery

Pendleton

Umatilla County

Oregon, USA

Record added: Oct 28 2001

By: Betty from OR

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U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record

about Peyton R Winn

Name: Peyton R Winn

Birth Year: 1922

Race: White, citizen

Nativity State or Country: Washington

State: Oregon

County or City: Umatilla

Enlistment Date: 21 Dec 1942

Enlistment State: Washington

Enlistment City: Spokane

Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Grade: Private

Grade Code: Private

Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law

Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Source: Civil Life

Education: 1 year of college

Civil Occupation: Geographer

Marital Status: Single, without dependents

Height: 70

Weight: 153

More About PEYTON RANDOLPH WINN:

Burial: 01 Jun 2001, Olney Cemetery, Pendleton, Umatilla, OR

Census: 1930, OR Umatilla Pct 15 Dist 22 Pg 77A(See Father)

More About PEYTON WINN and JESSIE KENOYER:

Marriage: 06 Jul 1943

Children of JESSIE KENOYER and PEYTON WINN are:

i. KATHY7 WINN.

ii. BARBARA WINN.

iii. KAREN WINN, m. RANDALL DEAN PIERPOINT, 19 Mar 1966, Baptist Church of Athena.

Marriage Notes for KAREN WINN and RANDALL PIERPOINT:

Walla Walla Union Bulletin (Walla Walla, Washington) > 1966 > March > 27, page 11

Pierpoint-Winn

WESTON - Miss Karen Ann Winn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton R. Winn, became the bride of Randall Dean Pierpoint, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Pierpoint of Eugene, Ore., at 8 p.m. candlelight services, March 19, in First Baptist Church of Athena.

The Revs. Carl A Wright and Merritt Ketchem of Goldendale read the double ring rites.

Others mentioned: Leslie Kenoyer, Vickie Lindbo, Diane Ridgway, Darlene Gobul, Miss Barbara Winn (Bride's sister), Robin and Christine Winn (Bride's sisters), Gary Pierpoint (Groom's brother), Douglas Winn(Bride's brother), Kenneth Farrens, Bob McClain, Rudd Little, Dan Felton, Robert Winn(Bride's Uncle), Mrs. Gerald Whitney, Mrs. Frank Ritchey (Bride's Aunt), Mrs. Alan Kenoyer, (Bride's Aunt), Miss Kristi Leibel, Miss Pat McIntosh, Miss Ruthann Holcom, Mrs. James McCoy (Aunt), Miss Kathy Minny, Mrs. Gary Pierpoint (Groom's sister in law), Miss Micky Lane, Mrs. Harry Lindbo (Bride's Aunt), Miss Barbara Pratt, Miss Mary Yoder, Miss Rosemary Rose, Mrs James Kenoyer, Miss Stephanie Pulakis, Janice Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pierpoint (Grandparents) of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. George Winn (Grandparents) of Milton-Freewater, Mrs. Ida Kenoyer (Grandparent) of Sumner, Wash.

 

More About RANDALL PIERPOINT and KAREN WINN:

Marriage: 19 Mar 1966, Baptist Church of Athena

iv. ROBIN WINN.

v. DOUGLAS WINN.

 

60. FRED6 LUCE (BENDER ALBERT5, CLAY B4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) He married DOROTHY ?.

Child of FRED LUCE and DOROTHY ? is:

69. i. TIMOTHY JAMES7 LUCE, b. Abt. 1956, Woodland, Washington; d. 02 Sep 2008, Woodland, Washington.

 

61. MARILYN6 LUCE (RALPH5, CLAY B4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) She married PETER WRONSKY. He was born 03 Jun 1943, and died 01 Jan 2005416.

Notes for PETER WRONSKY:

Marin Independent Journal - (Jan/13/2005)

Peter Wronsky

Peter Wronsky

A teacher in the Kentfield School District for 33 years and a cabinetmaker whose work graces dozens of Marin County homes and businesses, died on January 1st, 2005 in Seattle. He was 61. The cause was complications from a stem-cell transplant given to combat lymphoma.

The son of German refugees, Peter was born in Bogota, Colombia. The family immigrated to the U.S. in 1949 and settled in San Francisco, where Peter graduated from Lick-Wilmerding High School in 1961. He received a B.A. in History from U.C. Santa Barbara in 1965, then served in the Peace Corps in The Dominican Republic, where he met and married Marilyn Luce of Seattle.

An Eagle Scout, Peter served as Assistant Scout Master of Boy Scout Troop 43 of Larkspur. He had recently been active in the Marin County Bicycle Coalition and the Bay Area Woodworkers' Association.

A beloved teacher and father, an expert woodworker, avid backpacker and cyclist, Peter is survived by his wife, Marilyn, of Corte Madera; his mother, Lore Zutraun, of San Francisco; a sister, Marian Wronsky, of Sunnyvale; a son, Ben Wronsky, of San Francisco; and a daughter, Anna Wronsky, also of San Francisco.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to KQED-FM Radio, 2601 Mariposa Street, San Francisco 94110 (attention: M.F. Petroni) or to the Bay Area Woodworkers' Association, P.O. Box 2764, Menlo Park, CA 94026.

Published in the Marin Independent Journal on 1/13/2005.

Children of MARILYN LUCE and PETER WRONSKY are:

i. BEN7 WRONSKY.

ii. ANNA WRONSKY, b. 03 Nov 1980, San Francisco, California417.

 

62. ROBERT HERBERT6 MCKAY (CLARA ELIZABETH5 LUCE, IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) He married MAXINE MAEL.

Children of ROBERT MCKAY and MAXINE MAEL are:

i. KIM MARIE7 MCKAY.

ii. KARRIE MCKAY.

iii. KARLIA MCKAY.

 

63. KAY ALENE6 MCKAY (CLARA ELIZABETH5 LUCE, IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) She married HEROLD STINNETTE COVEY.

Children of KAY MCKAY and HEROLD COVEY are:

i. DENISE ALENE7 COVEY.

ii. HEROLD RAYMOND COVEY.

iii. PAMELA JEAN COVEY.

iv. PATRICIA ANN COVEY.

 

64. PATRICIA JOAN6 MCKAY (CLARA ELIZABETH5 LUCE, IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) She married JAMES ROBERT MOSES.

Children of PATRICIA MCKAY and JAMES MOSES are:

i. TERRY LYNN7 MOSES.

ii. BRENDA SUE MOSES.

iii. BECKY JOE MOSES.

 

65. CAROL ALICE6 MCKAY (CLARA ELIZABETH5 LUCE, IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1)

Child of CAROL ALICE MCKAY is:

i. DONALD LESHER7 MCKAY.

 

66. VIOLA ESTHER6 LUCE (ISAAC KAY5, IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) She married GREGORY LOWELL YOCHUM.

Children of VIOLA LUCE and GREGORY YOCHUM are:

i. GREGORY LOWELL7 YOCHUM.

ii. TERESA IRENE YOCHUM.

iii. KATHERINE ANNETTE YOCHUM.

 

67. SANDRA LEE6 MARLEY (GWEENE EVELYN5 LUCE, IRA NORVAL4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1)

Child of SANDRA LEE MARLEY is:

i. YANCEY7 MARLEY.

 

68. CAROL MAY6 FINGER (CAROL JUNE5 LUCE, DEAN4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) She married RICHARD ALFO WATSON.

Child of CAROL FINGER and RICHARD WATSON is:

i. DONALD RICHARD7 WATSON.

 

Generation No. 7

69. TIMOTHY JAMES7 LUCE (FRED6, BENDER ALBERT5, CLAY B4, ISAAC K3, JACOB2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1956 in Woodland, Washington, and died 02 Sep 2008 in Woodland, Washington. He married KATHIE S BOSCH 27 Dec 1975 in Clark, Washington418.

Notes for TIMOTHY JAMES LUCE:

Timothy James Luce - Camas Post Record - (Sep/27/2008)

Obituaries

TIMOTHY LUCE

Friday, September 5 | 12:00 a.m.

TIMOTHY JAMES LUCE

Timothy James Luce, 52, passed away unexpectedly on Sept. 2, 2008, with his beloved wife of 32 years, Kathie and his his children, Matthew and Courtney by his side and holding his hands. He was born Aug. 12, 1956 to Dorothy and Fred Luce.

Tim was a life long resident of Woodland, WA and worked for Hayes Cabinets for over 25 years.

Tim loved to be on his boat with his wife.

"He was a devoted, wonderful husband and father.

He will be missed tremendously."

He is also survived by his two sisters, Chris Howell and Amy Thomas; and his grandfather, Bender Luce.

Services will be held Sat., Sept. 6, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Philip Church in Woodland.

 

More About TIMOTHY LUCE and KATHIE BOSCH:

Marriage: 27 Dec 1975, Clark, Washington418

Children of TIMOTHY LUCE and KATHIE BOSCH are:

i. MATTHEW8 LUCE.

ii. COURTNE LUCE.

 

 

Endnotes

1. Kentucky Marriages, Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850Luce, Will Newman, Nancy 07 Mar 1788 KentuckyNelson County .

2. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Luce, Jacob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.

3. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 0411 Name Luce, Jacob Date 12/31/1879 Record Type Estate County Lane Source County Identifier Remarks.

4. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 14092 Name Luce, Jacob Date 1854 Record Type Tax roll County Lane Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

5. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 14093 Name Luce, Jacob Date 1855 Record Type Tax roll County Lane Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

6. Oregon Historical Records Index, Oregon Historical Records Index Detail Information --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Case# 14096 Name Luce, Jacob Date 1857 Record Type Tax roll County Lane Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

7. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 14097 Name Luce, Jacob Date 1858 Record Type Tax roll County Lane Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

8. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 14098 Name Luce, Jacob Date 1859 Record Type Tax roll County Lane Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

9. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, Ruhama. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.

10. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Luce, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65.

11. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Rachel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65.

12. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Lane County, Eugene, OR, Luce, Nancy E. 9-30-1837 9-10-1864.

13. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, William . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63.

14. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, Maria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63.

15. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, Marien. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.

16. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#395590 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: E. E. Groom Residence: Grant County Bride Last Name: OFFICER Bride First Name: Julia J. Bride Residence: Grant County Place: Grant County Date: 18 Nov 1886 County of Record: Grant State: Oregon Volume: A Page: 204 Comment: Married at the home of R. V. officer. .

17. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, Edward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.

18. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#395590 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: E. E. Groom Residence: Grant County Bride Last Name: OFFICER Bride First Name: Julia J. Bride Residence: Grant County Place: Grant County Date: 18 Nov 1886 County of Record: Grant State: Oregon Volume: A Page: 204 Comment: Married at the home of R. V. officer. .

19. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, HILTON, Carrie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63.

20. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Danby, Richard County: Grant Death Date: 30 May 1937 Certificate: 38 Spouse: Alma .

21. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, DANBY, Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63.

22. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Bk 2 pg 389 Name Hunsaker, J. T. & Campbell, Mary A. Date 1878 Record Type Marriage County Clackamas Source Genealogical Identifier Remarks .

23. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, Hunsaker, Mary A. Campbell 4-20-1832 - 11-20-1903 71 Kentucky.

24. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 1788 Name Hunsaker, M. Date 12/31/1903 Record Type Estate County Lane Source County Identifier Remarks .

25. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery Inscriptions: Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, Campbell, A. J. 9-29-1829 - 10-9-1870 41.

26. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 6913 Name Hunsaker, Jacob T Date 1856 Record Type Census County Clackamas Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks .

27. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 7990 Name Hunsaker, Jacob T Date 1857 Record Type Census County Clackamas Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks .

28. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 1728 Name Hunsaker, J. T. Date 1889 Record Type Estate County Multnomah Source Genealogical Identifier Remarks .

29. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Vol 7 pg 148 Name Hunsaker, Jacob Date 22 Feb 1848 Record Type Land Claim County Twality Source Genealogical Identifier Remarks Tuality .

30. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Vol 5 pg 060 Name Hunsaker, Jacob T Date 04 Sept 1847 Record Type Land Claim County Twality Source Genealogical Identifier Remarks Tuality .

31. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 8025 Name Hunsaker, Jacob T Date 1855 Record Type Tax roll County Clackamas Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Tax roll .

32. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 12275 Name Hunsaker, Jacob T Date 1856 Record Type Tax roll County Clackamas Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

33. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 12275B Name Hunsaker, Jacob T Date 1858 Record Type Tax roll County Clackamas Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

34. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 12275C Name Hunsaker, Jacob T Date 1859 Record Type Tax roll County Clackamas Source Provisional and Territori Identifier Remarks Assessment roll .

35. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Bk 2 pg 389 Name Hunsaker, J. T. & Campbell, Mary A. Date 1878 Record Type Marriage County Clackamas Source Genealogical Identifier Remarks .

36. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Campbell, William T. County: Lane Death Date: 6 Mar 1926 Certificate: 95 .

37. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, Campbell, Wm. T. 9-25-1852 - 3-6-1926 74.

38. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 4489 Name Campbell, William T Date 12/31/1926 Record Type Estate County Lane Source County Identifier Remarks .

39. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 2510 Name Campbell, John R. Date 12/31/1913 Record Type Estate County Lane Source County Identifier Remarks .

40. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, 179 Campbell, Eugene 8-23-1860 - 1-11-1894 33 Oregon.

41. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Jane County: Grant Death Date: 25 Jul 1913 Certificate: 2462 .

42. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belsham, Chas. County: Grant Death Date: 13 Aug 1918 Certificate: 31 .

43. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Jane. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41.

44. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Chas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41.

45. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: ??e, Henry Buckel County: Washington Death Date: 3 Apr 1929 Certificate: 92.

46. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Candace County: Washington Death Date: 22 Jul 1938 Certificate: 188 Spouse: Henry.

47. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Luce, Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.

48. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Edward C County: Washington Death Date: 14 Apr 1947 Certificate: 3019 .

49. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Name Luce, Edward Condon Date 1918 Record Type Enlistment County Washington Source Military Identifier Remarks .

50. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Sydney M County: Multnomah Death Date: 24 Aug 1962 Certificate: 11085 Age: 65 .

51. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, Name: Sydney M Luce Service Info.: PVT US ARMY SPANISH AMERICAN WAR Birth Date: 29 May 1877 Death Date: 24 Aug 1962 Service Start Date: 13 May 1898 Interment Date: 28 Aug 1962 Cemetery: Willamette National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 11800 SE MT. Scott Boulevard Portland, OR 97266 Buried At: Section F Site 3540 .

52. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Ruth County: Multnomah Death Date: 3 May 1973 Certificate: 73-08031 Age: 91 Birth Date: Jul 1881 .

53. CA Death Index, Name: Helen L Priday Social Security #: 542561914 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 6 Feb 1888 Birthplace: Oregon Death Date: 5 Jul 1971 Death Place: Glenn .

54. SS Death Index, Name: Helen Priday SSN: 542-56-1914 Last Residence: 95988 Willows, Glenn, California, United States of America Born: 6 Feb 1888 Died: Jul 1971 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1963-1964 ) .

55. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Priday, Ernest A County: Portland Death Date: 12 Feb 1943.

56. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63.

57. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, Chauncey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63.

58. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, Frederick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63.

59. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, James. . . . . . . . . . . . 63.

60. Montana Death Index, Name: Lorinda Luce Age: 81 Estimated Birth Year: 1859 Gender: Female Death Date: 9 Sep 1940 Index Number: Yel 2120 Source: Montana Office of Vital Statistics.

61. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Isaac K, b. Oct 31, 1847, d. Nov 20, 1926.

62. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Lorinda Petty, b. Nov 13, 1858, d. Sep 09, 1940, w/o Isaac K.

63. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Lara, b. Jul 31, 1881, d. Oct 15, 1882, stone almost illegible.

64. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, John, b. May 04, 1883, d. Jun 15, 1888.

65. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Isaac Luce - Clara K Luce - Lorinda Petty - Whitman County Birth Records Record Series: Birth Records Collection: Whitman County Birth Records County: Whitman document no: eawhibirret148birth date: Feb 4 1892sex: Ffather's name: Isaac Luce, age 44, Iowaname: Clara K Lucemother's maiden name: Lorinda Petty, age 33, Oregonplace of birth: Kamiaccounty: Whitmannotes:.

66. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Clara, b. Feb 04, 1892, d. Oct 08, 1888, hard to read.

67. Digital Archives, State of Washington, I Luce - K Luce - Lorinda Petty - Whitman County Birth Records Record Series: Birth Records Collection: Whitman County Birth Records County: Whitman document no: eawhibirret2155birth date: 12/30/1900 12:00:00 AMPlace of Birth: Fallons, Washsex: Mfather's name: I K Lucename: Lucemother's maiden name: Lorinda Pettycounty: Whitmannotes:.

68. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Wayne, b. Dec 30, 1900, d. Oct 16, 1913.

69. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#395597 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: Henry Clay Groom Residence: Grant County Bride Last Name: SPURLOCK Bride First Name: Eva Bride Residence: Grant County Place: Grant County Date: 16 Dec 1886 County of Record: Grant State: Oregon Volume: A Page: 207 Comment: Married at the home of William Luce. .

70. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, LUCE, Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64.

71. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 1728 Name Luce, Eva Ellen vs Luce, Henry Clay Date 6/18/1918 Record Type Divorce County Malheur Source County Identifier Remarks .

72. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#395597 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: Henry Clay Groom Residence: Grant County Bride Last Name: SPURLOCK Bride First Name: Eva Bride Residence: Grant County Place: Grant County Date: 16 Dec 1886 County of Record: Grant State: Oregon Volume: A Page: 207 Comment: Married at the home of William Luce. .

73. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 3096/54587 Name Luce, Clarence Clyde Date 7/30/1887 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks .

74. SS Death Index, Name: Clarence Luce SSN: 544-44-1134 Last Residence: 97499 Yoncalla, Douglas, Oregon, United States of America Born: 30 Jul 1887 Died: Sep 1966 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1956-1957) .

75. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Alice E County: Douglas Death Date: 12 May 1960 Certificate: 5836 Spouse: Clarenc.

76. Find a Grave, Clarence C. Luce Birth: 1887 Death: 1966 Burial::I. O. O. F. Cemetery AustinLander CountyNevada, USA Created by: A Friend in Reno, NVRecord added: Jan 13 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 23939875.

77. Find a Grave, Mary K. Hammond Luce Birth: Mar. 23, 1899 Death: Dec. 7, 1981 Burial::I. O. O. F. Cemetery AustinLander CountyNevada, USA.

78. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Campbell, Idaho County: Lane Death Date: 12 Aug 1932 Certificate: 318.

79. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, Campbell, Ira L. 5-31-1858 - 10-15-1904 46.

80. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 1677 Name Campbell, Ira L. Date 12/31/1904 Record Type Estate County Lane Source County Identifier Remarks .

81. Find a Grave, Idaho J. (Cogswell) Frazer Campbell Birth: Jan. 26, 1864ThurstonLane CountyOregon, USA Death: Aug. 12, 1932Oregon, USA Idaho Cogswell was the fifth child and fifth daughter of John Cogswell and Mary Frances (Gay) Cogswell. She was born on the McKenzie River donation claim, at the foot of the Coburg Hills, four miles east of the Coburg Bridge, near the mouth of the Mohawk River.She died Aug. 12, 1932, and was laid to rest in the Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery. ~~~Burial::Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery EugeneLane CountyOregon, USA Created by: Jan GillespieRecord added: Sep 14 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 29810727.

82. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 5810 Name Campbell, Idaho F Date 12/31/1932 Record Type Estate County Lane Source County Identifier Remarks .

83. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, Campbell, Jack F. 1-21-1900 10-27-1917 17.

84. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Campbell, Catherine C County: Lane Death Date: 30 Aug 1957 Certificate: 10457 .

85. Find a Grave, Catherine Celeste "Celeste" Campbell Birth: Mar. 12, 1905 Death: unknown The youngest daughter of Ira Lane Campbell and Idaho J. (Cogswell) Campbell. Her father was the co-owner (with his brother John Campbell), publisher and editor of the Daily Eugene Guard newspaper. Celeste Campbell never married. As a benefactor, the Campbell Senior Center in Eugene is named for her.Burial::Mary Gay Cogswell Pioneer Cemetery EugeneLane CountyOregon, USA Created by: Jan GillespieRecord added: Sep 14 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 29811051.

86. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Campbell, Edward Lee County: Lane Death Date: 14 Oct 1922 Certificate: 297 .

87. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Campbell, Josephine County: Lane Death Date: 23 N 1938 Certificate: 531 Spouse: Lee.

88. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Lane County, Eugene, OR, Campbell, Edward Lee 6-31-1865 10-14-1922.

89. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# 3900 Name Campbell, E L Date 12/31/1922 Record Type Estate County Lane Source County Identifier Remarks .

90. IOOF Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, Campbell, Josephine R. 8-28-1866 11-23-1938 58.

91. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Campbell, Henry G County: Portland Death Date: 4 Jun 1945 Certificate: 2032 .

92. SS Death Index, Name: John Campbell SSN: 541-48-0985 Last Residence: 97405 Eugene, Lane, Oregon, United States of America Born: 24 Nov 1902 Died: Jun 1971 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1959-1960).

93. GRANT COUNTY MARRIAGES, BELSHAW, E.L. and Eva Moore (Nov. 12, 1894).

94. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Eva County: Grant Death Date: 18 Apr 1948 Certificate: 5551 .

95. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Lincoln . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41.

96. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Eva . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41.

97. GRANT COUNTY MARRIAGES, BELSHAW, E.L. and Eva Moore (Nov. 12, 1894).

98. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 137 Name Belshaw, Rolland Elwood Date 12/4/1896 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks Case# 0137 Name Belshaw, Rolland Elwood Date 12-4-1896 Record Type Evidence County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks .

99. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Rolland E Belshaw Date of Death: 25 Feb 1951 Age: 54 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1897 Gender: Male Certificate: 2561 .

100. Oregon Marriages, 1906-20, (at Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Roland Belshan County: Grant Marriage Date: 31 D 1919 Name: Edith Kennedy County: Grant Marriage Date: 31 D 1919.

101. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Edith K Belshaw Date of Death: 25 Apr 1948 Place of Death: Seattle Age: 55 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1893 Gender: Female Certificate: 6264 .

102. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Name Belshaw, Roland E Date 12/4/1896 Record Type World War 1 County Grant Source Defense Identifier Remarks .

103. Oregon Marriages, 1906-20, (at Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Roland Belshan County: Grant Marriage Date: 31 D 1919 Name: Edith Kennedy County: Grant Marriage Date: 31 D 1919.

104. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 872/30048 Name Belshaw, Arthur Elmo Date 12/26/1898 Record Type Delayed Birth County Harney Source Health Identifier Remarks .

105. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Arthur Elm County: Grant Death Date: 1 Jun 1978 Certificate: 78-09133 Age: 79 Birth Date: 26 Dec 1898.

106. SS Death Index, Name: Arthur Belshaw SSN: 544-32-0667 Last Residence: 97845 John Day, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Born: 26 Dec 1898 Last Benefit: 97845 John Day, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Died: Jun 1978 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

107. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Arthur. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41.

108. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Applegate, Minnie Oli County: Deschutes Death Date: 23 Feb 1972 Certificate: 72-02102 Age: 87 Birth Date: Oct 1884 Spouse: Charle .

109. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Grant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42.

110. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Russell Joseph County: Deschutes Death Date: 2 Jan 1992 Certificate: 92-00094 Age: 85 Birth Date: 15 Jul 1906 Spouse: Hermal.

111. SS Death Index, Name: Russell J. Belshaw SSN: 540-26-0223 Born: 15 Jul 1906 Died: 2 Jan 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951).

112. SS Death Index, Name: Hermaline G. Belshaw SSN: 536-16-7837 Last Residence: 97701 Bend, Deschutes, Oregon, United States of America Born: 26 Feb 1914 Died: 28 Feb 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951).

113. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Hermaline Lilas County: Marion Death Date: 28 Feb 1998 Certificate: 98-04676 Age: 84 Birth Date: 26 Feb 1914 Spouse: Russel .

114. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Unnamed Belshow Birth Date: 23 Oct 1908 Location: Yakima Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: Grant Belshow Mother's Name: Minnie Orchard Image Filename: 0137.

115. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Begg, Hattie M County: Grant Death Date: 31 D 1947 Certificate: 9066.

116. GRANT COUNTY MARRIAGES, BEGG, Arthur and Martha (Hattie M. Belshaw Dec. 15, 1893.

117. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Begg, Arthur County: Multnomah Death Date: 18 May 1956 Certificate: 6062 Spouse: Hadtie.

118. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, BEGG Hattie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42.

119. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, BEGG Arthur. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42.

120. GRANT COUNTY MARRIAGES, BEGG, Arthur and Martha (Hattie M. Belshaw Dec. 15, 1893.

121. SS Death Index, Name: Ronald Begg SSN: 542-07-8592 Last Residence: 97845 John Day, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Born: 3 Jul 1899 Last Benefit: 97845 John Day, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Died: Dec 1977 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951) .

122. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Begg, Ronald Cha County: Multnomah Death Date: 14 Dec 1977 Certificate: 77-19926 Age: 78 Birth Date: Jul 1899 Spouse: Georgi .

123. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, BEGG Ronald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44.

124. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Name Begg, Ronald Charles Date 7/3/1899 Record Type World War 1 County Grant Source Defense Identifier Remarks ssdi .

125. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 367 Name Begg, Roderick Ellis Date 3/24/1902 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks .

126. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Begg, Roderick Ellis County: Multnomah Death Date: 16 Nov 1994 Certificate: 94-24017 Age: 92 Birth Date: 24 Mar 1902 Spouse: Mary.

127. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, Name: Roderick Ellis Begg Service Info.: LT COL US ARMY WORLD WAR II Birth Date: 24 Mar 1902 Death Date: 16 Nov 1994 Service Start Date: 15 Jul 1942 Interment Date: 5 Jul 1996 Cemetery: Willamette National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 11800 SE MT. Scott Boulevard Portland, OR 97266 Buried At: Section Y Site 138 .

128. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, Name: Mary Felicia McKinnon Begg Service Info.: LT COL US ARMY Birth Date: 2 Sep 1906 Death Date: 2 Jul 1996 Relation: Wife of Begg, Roderick Ellis Interment Date: 5 Jul 1996 Cemetery: Willamette National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 11800 SE MT. Scott Boulevard Portland, OR 97266 Buried At: Section Y Site 138 .

129. GRANT COUNTY MARRIAGES, BELSHAW, Edith C. and Herbert H. Cummings (date unknown).

130. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Cummings, Herbert H County: Multnomah Death Date: 12 Jan 1944 .

131. GRANT COUNTY MARRIAGES, BELSHAW, Edith C. and Herbert H. Cummings (date unknown).

132. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 116 Name Cummings, Verda Violet Date 10/16/1899 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Identifier Case# 0116 Name Cummings, Verda Violet Date 10-16-1899 Record Type Evidence County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks .

133. SS Death Index, Name: Verda V. Braga SSN: 541-18-1605 Last Residence: 97820 Canyon City, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Born: 16 Oct 1899 Died: 17 Feb 1988 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951) .

134. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Braga, Verda Violet County: Grant Death Date: 18 Feb 1988 Certificate: 88-02852 Age: 88 Birth Date: 16 Oct 1899 Spouse: Martin .

135. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Braga, Martin Cha County: Grant Death Date: 6 Aug 1982 Certificate: 82-13003 Age: 81 Birth Date: 7 Oct 1900 Spouse: Verda .

136. SS Death Index, Name: Martin Braga SSN: 540-28-3086 Last Residence: 97820 Canyon City, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Born: 7 Oct 1900 Died: Aug 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951) .

137. Find a Grave, Martin C Braga Birth: 1900 Death: 1982 Burial::Saint Andrews Cemetery Canyon CityGrant CountyOregon, USA.

138. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 107 Name Cummings, Harold Lincoln Date 1/14/1902 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Case# 0107 Name Cummings, Harold Lincoln Date 1-14-1902 Record Type Evidence County Grant Source Health .

139. Zillah City Cemetery, Zillah, Yakima County, Washington, Moulton Mary Alma 1875 01 Jun 1966 Sp of Robert W. - WSDI.

140. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Mary A Moulton Date of Death: 1 Jun 1966 Place of Death: Yakima RESIDENCE: Toppenish Gender: Female Certificate: 014819 .

141. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Name Moulton, Robert Wiley & Luce, Mary Date 1/6/1909 Record Type Marriage County Washington Source Health Identifier State Registrar Remarks .

142. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Robert Wiley Moulton - Gary Moulton - Jenny Austin - Washington State Death Records Record Series: Death Records Collection: Washington State Death Records County: Statewide da reference number: {B4AA2AF7-D276-4239-AEFC-7FE2F2FC1181}image number: 353document number: 231document reference id: 6982name: Robert Wiley Moultondate of death: 28 Mar 1960age: 91gender: Malerace or color: place of burial: burial year: cemetery name: father name: Gary Moultonfather birth place: mother name: Jenny Austinmother birth place: additional relatives: batch id: 282912batch locality: Washington, United Statesburial date: death place: Toppenish, Yakima, Washingtonmother name gn: Jennymother name surname: Austin.

143. Zillah City Cemetery, Zillah, Yakima County, Washington, Moulton Robert Wiley 1869 1960 Sp of Mary Alma.

144. Oregon Historical Records Index, Case# Name Moulton, Robert Wiley & Luce, Mary Date 1/6/1909 Record Type Marriage County Washington Source Health Identifier State Registrar Remarks .

145. SS Death Index, Name: Philip L. Moulton SSN: 534-07-0070 Last Residence: 98407 Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, United States of America Born: 27 Sep 1914 Died: 11 Dec 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 .

146. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, Name: Philip Luce Moulton Service Info.: CPL US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II Birth Date: 27 Sep 1914 Death Date: 11 Dec 2001 Service Start Date: 11 Apr 1942 Interment Date: 20 Dec 2001 Cemetery: Tahoma National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 18600 SE 240th St Kent, WA 98042-4868 Buried At: Section 25 Site 696 .

147. SS Death Index, Name: Donald Moulton SSN: 532-05-7578 Born: 4 Aug 1916 Died: Jan 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 ) .

148. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Zella Mae Dochow - Donald A Moulton - Yakima Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Yakima Marriage Records County: Yakima reference number: ceyakmarcert0023146document: 26098bride's name: Zella Mae Dochowbride's last name 2: bride's first name 2 : bride's middle name 2: groom's name: Donald A Moultonmarriage date: 10/12/1943 12:00:00 AMfiling date: county: Yakimarecord series: Marriage Certificaterepository: Central Branchaccess number: CE339-2-14transcriber notes: key: 60801.

149. SS Death Index, Name: Zella M. Moulton SSN: 539-16-7575 Last Residence: 98506 Olympia, Thurston, Washington, United States of America Born: 20 Jan 1926 Died: 3 Jan 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951) .

150. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Zella Mae Dochow - Donald A Moulton - Yakima Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Yakima Marriage Records County: Yakima reference number: ceyakmarcert0023146document: 26098bride's name: Zella Mae Dochowbride's last name 2: bride's first name 2 : bride's middle name 2: groom's name: Donald A Moultonmarriage date: 10/12/1943 12:00:00 AMfiling date: county: Yakimarecord series: Marriage Certificaterepository: Central Branchaccess number: CE339-2-14transcriber notes: key: 60801.

151. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Egoscue, Laura County: Washington Death Date: 21 Mar 1972 Certificate: 72-05108 Age: 92 Birth Date: Jul 1879 Spouse: Peter.

152. SS Death Index, Name: Laura Egoscue SSN: 541-16-3053 Last Residence: 97116 Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon, United States of America Born: 16 Jul 1879 Died: Mar 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

153. SS Death Index, Name: Harold J. Egoscue SSN: 544-12-1803 Last Residence: 84029 Grantsville, Tooele, Utah, United States of America Born: 19 Mar 1917 Died: 19 May 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

154. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Feb 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, .

155. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Sep 1935 Rank: Private Station: Headquarters, Western Recuiting Division, San Francisco, California .

156. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Oct 1935 Rank: Private Station: Recruit Depot Detachment, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, California .

157. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Nov 1935 Rank: Private Station: Recruit Depot Detachment, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, California .

158. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Dec 1935 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Nevada, San Pedro, California .

159. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Dec 1935 Rank: Private Station: Recruit Depot Detachment, Marine Corps Base, San Diego, Califor .

160. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Dec 1935 Rank: Private Station: Sea And Field Music Schools,R Dep, Mcb, San Diego, California .

161. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jan 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, USS Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

162. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Feb 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

163. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Mar 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

164. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Apr 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, Enroute To Balboa, C Z .

165. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: May 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

166. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jun 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Nevada, San Pedro, California .

167. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jul 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, Pearl Harbor, Navy Yard, TH .

168. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Aug 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, San Pedro, California .

169. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Sep 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

170. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Oct 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

171. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Nov 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

172. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Dec 1936 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington .

173. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jan 1937 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington .

174. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Apr 1937 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, At Anchor, Hilo, Hawaii .

175. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: May 1937 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, Uss Mississippi, At Anchor, San Francisco, Cal.

176. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jun 1937 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, U S S Mississippi, At Sea Off Santa Barbara, Calif .

177. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jul 1937 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, Psny, Bremerton, Washington .

178. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Aug 1937 Rank: Pfc Station: Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, Psny, Bremerton, Washington .

179. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Aug 1937 Rank: Private First Class Station: Marine Detachment, USS Nevada, Psny, Bremerton, Washington.

180. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Sep 1937 Rank: Private First Class Station: Marine Detachment, USS Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

181. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Oct 1937 Rank: Private First Class Station: Marine Detachment, Uss ?? San Pedro California .

182. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jan 1938 Enlistment Date: 30 Sep 1935 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, .

183. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jan 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Detachment, USS Mississippi, San Pedro, California .

184. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Mar 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

185. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Apr 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

186. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: May 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

187. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Sep 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

188. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Oct 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

189. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Nov 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

190. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Dec 1938 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

191. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jan 1939 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

192. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Feb 1939 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

193. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Mar 1939 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo, Bay, Cuba .

194. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Apr 1939 Rank: Private Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

195. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: May 1939 Rank: Private First Class Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

196. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jun 1939 Rank: Private First Class Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Ammunition Depot, Hawthorne, Nevada .

197. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jul 1939 Rank: Private First Class Station: Marine Barracks,Barracks Detachment, Naval Station, Guntanamo Bay, Cuba .

198. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Aug 1939 Rank: Private First Class Station: Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba .

199. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Dec 1939 Enlistment Date: 30 Sep 1939 Rank: Private First Class Station: General Service Unit, 13th Reserve District, Mb, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington .

200. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Jun 1940 Rank: Private First Class Station: General Service Unit, 13th Reserve District, Mb, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington .

201. U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940, Name: Harold J Egoscue Muster Date: Dec 1940 Enlistment Date: 30 Sep 1939 Rank: Private First Class Station: Aviation Unit, 13th Reserve District, Mb, Psnyd, Bremerton, Washington .

202. SS Death Index, Name: Ruth Egoscue SSN: 542-10-4734 Last Residence: 97116 Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon, United States of America Born: 14 Jun 1918 Last Benefit: 97116 Forest Grove, Washington, Oregon, United States of America Died: Aug 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

203. SS Death Index, Name: Inez Toney SSN: 542-60-8121 Last Residence: 95988 Willows, Glenn, California, United States of America Born: 2 Oct 1883 Died: Dec 1973 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1965 ) .

204. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Toney, Inez County: Clackamas Death Date: 25 Dec 1973 Certificate: 73-19142 Age: 90 Birth Date: Nov 1883 .

205. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Lincoln D Luce Date of Death: 10 Jun 1951 Age: 81 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1870 Gender: Male Certificate: 11847 .

206. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#395810 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: L. D. Groom Residence: Grant County Bride Last Name: OFFICER Bride First Name: E. M. Bride Residence: Grant County Place: Grant County Date: 03 Sep 1890 County of Record: Grant State: Oregon Volume: A Page: 304 Comment: Married at the home of E. Stewart.

207. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Eva M Luce Date of Death: 23 Dec 1965 Place of Death: Yakima City RESIDENCE: Yakima City Gender: Female Certificate: 027371.

208. Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA, "Electronic," LUCE, Lincoln CEM C 21 SW 4 81 10-Jun-1951 - 13-Jun-1951.

209. Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA, "Electronic," LUCE, Eva M CEM C 21 SW 5 93 23-Dec-1965 - 27-Dec-1965.

210. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#395810 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: L. D. Groom Residence: Grant County Bride Last Name: OFFICER Bride First Name: E. M. Bride Residence: Grant County Place: Grant County Date: 03 Sep 1890 County of Record: Grant State: Oregon Volume: A Page: 304 Comment: Married at the home of E. Stewart.

211. Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA, "Electronic," LUCE, Floyd Earl CEM C 21 SE 4 61 18-Jul-1954 - 22-Jul-1959.

212. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Alma V Guettler Date of Death: 15 Sep 1974 RESIDENCE: Yakima Gender: Female Certificate: 090664 .

213. Digital Archives, State of Washington, reference number: ceyakmarcert0009132document: 12424bride's name: Alma V. Lucebride's last name 2: bride's first name 2 : bride's middle name 2: groom's name: Alvin H. Guettlermarriage date: 9/15/1927 12:00:00 AMfiling date: county: Yakimarecord series: Marriage Certificaterepository: Central Branchaccess number: CE339-2-14transcriber notes: key: 25779Witnesses: L.D. Luce & F.E. Luce.

214. Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA, "Electronic," GUETTLER, Alma V CEM C 21 SW 2 67 15-Sep-1974 - 19-Sep-1974.

215. Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA, "Electronic," GUETTLER, Alvin Henry CEM C 21 SW 1 79 10-Jul-1981 15-Jul-1981.

216. Digital Archives, State of Washington, reference number: ceyakmarcert0009132document: 12424bride's name: Alma V. Lucebride's last name 2: bride's first name 2 : bride's middle name 2: groom's name: Alvin H. Guettlermarriage date: 9/15/1927 12:00:00 AMfiling date: county: Yakimarecord series: Marriage Certificaterepository: Central Branchaccess number: CE339-2-14transcriber notes: key: 25779Witnesses: L.D. Luce & F.E. Luce.

217. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Harper, Milton County: Jackson Death Date: 26 0 1931 Certificate: 312 Spouse: Ruhma .

218. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 10392/56253 Name Harper, Hershel Milton Date 1/26/1901 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Identifier .

219. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Harper, Herschel Mil County: Jackson Death Date: 8 Jun 1985 Certificate: 85-10659 Age: 84 Birth Date: 26 Jan 1901 Spouse: Marie .

220. SS Death Index, Name: Verne R. Harper SSN: 544-16-5180 Last Residence: 97524 Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon, United States of America Born: 29 Jan 1903 Died: 27 Aug 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

221. SS Death Index, Name: Melvin Harper SSN: 544-01-3227 Last Residence: 92027 Escondido, San Diego, California, United States of America Born: 15 Jan 1907 Last Benefit: 92027 Escondido, San Diego, California, United States of America Died: Dec 1982 .

222. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 302 Name Luce, William Augustus Date 3/26/1881 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Case# 0302 Name Luce, William Augustus Date 3-26-1881 Record Type Evidence County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks date from cert .

223. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, William A County: Portland Death Date: 15 Apr 1950 Certificate: 4246 Spouse: Josephi .

224. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Connie County: Portland Death Date: 18 Jul 1936 Certificate: 2356 Spouse: William .

225. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Roscoe William County: Multnomah Death Date: 22 Aug 1993 Certificate: 93-17366 Age: 87 Birth Date: 3 Mar 1906 Spouse: Thelma .

226. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Thelma Agnes County: Multnomah Death Date: 24 Jan 1994 Certificate: 94-02224 Age: 84 Birth Date: 10 Oct 1909 Spouse: Roscoe .

227. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Neal, Joyce Evaline County: Clackamas Death Date: 21 Mar 1989 Certificate: 89-06744 Age: 82 Birth Date: 21 Mar 1907 Spouse: Cecil .

228. SS Death Index, Name: Joyce E. Neal SSN: 544-09-7440 Last Residence: 97015 Clackamas, Clackamas, Oregon, United States of America Born: 21 Mar 1907 Died: Mar 1989 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

229. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Neal, Cecil Rob County: Clackamas Death Date: 16 Dec 1978 Certificate: 78-19161 Age: 73 Birth Date: 17 May 1905 Spouse: Joyce.

230. SS Death Index, Name: Blanche V. Bauer SSN: 542-28-3079 Last Residence: 97023 Estacada, Clackamas, Oregon, United States of America Born: 28 Oct 1910 Died: 16 Jun 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ).

231. SS Death Index, Name: Preston Bauer SSN: 544-07-5375 Last Residence: 97055 Sandy, Clackamas, Oregon, United States of America Born: 23 Jun 1902 Died: Dec 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ).

232. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Bauer, Preston Max County: Clackamas Death Date: 22 Dec 1986 Certificate: 86-23137 Age: 84 Birth Date: 23 Jun 1902 Spouse: Blanch .

233. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 205 Name Luce, Charles Franklin Date 9/10/1885 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Case# 0205 Name Luce, Charles Franklin Date 9-10-1885 Record Type Evidence County Grant Source Health .

234. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Ethel Pearl Luce Birth Date: 15 Jul 1919 Location: Seattle Sex: Female Race: White Father's Name: Chafles Franklin Luce Mother's Name: Pearl Elvira Davis Image Filename: 3564 .

235. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Ethel Pearl Luce - Charles F. Luce - Pearl Davis - Washington State Death Records Record Series: Death Records Collection: Washington State Death Records County: Statewide da reference number: {41C7609C-FC0D-4E39-9D90-FC5C6B1DD98D}image number: 1809document number: 48document reference id: 3662name: Ethel Pearl Lucedate of death: 12 Nov 1932age: 13gender: Femalerace or color: place of burial: burial year: cemetery name: father name: Charles F. Lucefather birth place: mother name: Pearl Davismother birth place: additional relatives: batch id: 521268batch locality: Washington, United Statesburial date: death place: Seattle, King, Washington, United Statesmother name gn: Pearlmother name surname: Davis.

236. SS Death Index, Name: Norman F. Luce SSN: 536-12-5654 Last Residence: 98292 Stanwood, Snohomish, Washington, United States of America Born: 7 Jan 1922 Died: 23 Nov 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 ) .

237. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 25518 Name Jeffers, Bertha Emmaline Luce Date 9/11/1898 Record Type Delayed Birth County Lane Source Health Identifier Remarks filmed as addendum .

238. CA Death Index, Name: Bertha Elmina Stosser[Bertha Elmina Luce] Social Security #: 555107987 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 20 Apr 1888 Birthplace: Oregon Death Date: 29 Mar 1954 Death Place: Santa Cruz Mother's Maiden Name: Hudson FATHER'S SURNAME: Luce .

239. CA Death Index, Name: John F Stosser Social Security #: 561011007 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 9 Jul 1886 Birthplace: New York Death Date: 25 Feb 1963 Death Place: Santa Clara Mother's Maiden Name: Coster.

240. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Eva K Irwin Date of Death: 2 Nov 1944 Place of Death: Whitman Age: 69 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1875 Gender: Female Certificate: 197 .

241. Digital Archives, State of Washington, James F Kenoyer - Eva Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 1 document no.: eawhmr271 groom's name: James F Kenoyer Age 40, OregonFather W KenoyerMother Eliza Coppbybride's name: Eva Luce Age 20, Lane, OregonFAther Isaac K LuceMother Lorinda Pettymarriage date: Oct 13 1895 filing date: Oct 18 1895 county: Whitman notes:.

242. Digital Archives, State of Washington, William D Irwin - Eva Kenoyer - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmc2406groom's name: William D Irwinbride's name: Eva Kenoyermarrriage date: Feb 28 1921county: Whitmannotes:.

243. Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Whitman County, Washington, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wa/whitman/cemeteries/albion.txt, Kenoyer, Eva, (see Irwin)Irwin, Eva Kenoyer, Aug. 20, 1875-Nov. 2, 1944, Mother.

244. Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Whitman County, Washington, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wa/whitman/cemeteries/albion.txt, Kenoyer, James F., Feb. 12, 1855-Nov. 21 , 1916, Father.

245. Digital Archives, State of Washington, James F Kenoyer - Eva Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 1 document no.: eawhmr271 groom's name: James F Kenoyer Age 40, OregonFather W KenoyerMother Eliza Coppbybride's name: Eva Luce Age 20, Lane, OregonFAther Isaac K LuceMother Lorinda Pettymarriage date: Oct 13 1895 filing date: Oct 18 1895 county: Whitman notes:.

246. Digital Archives, State of Washington, William D Irwin - Eva Kenoyer - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmc2406groom's name: William D Irwinbride's name: Eva Kenoyermarrriage date: Feb 28 1921county: Whitmannotes:.

247. SS Death Index, Name: Jacob A. Kenoyer SSN: 533-12-4207 Last Residence: 97140 Sherwood, Washington, Oregon, United States of America Born: 13 Aug 1897 Died: 25 Jun 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 .

248. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#172015 Groom Last Name: KENOYER Groom First Name: J. A. Groom Residence: Bride Last Name: KENNISON Bride First Name: Delma Bride Residence: Place: Twin Falls Date: 08 Dec 1929 County of Record: Twin Falls State: Idaho Volume: 8 Page: 210 .

249. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Kenoyer, Delma B County: Marion Death Date: 23 Mar 1961 Certificate: 3106 Age: 52 Spouse: Jacob .

250. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#172015 Groom Last Name: KENOYER Groom First Name: J. A. Groom Residence: Bride Last Name: KENNISON Bride First Name: Delma Bride Residence: Place: Twin Falls Date: 08 Dec 1929 County of Record: Twin Falls State: Idaho Volume: 8 Page: 210 .

251. Digital Archives, State of Washington, JAMES KENOYER - Social Security Death Index - All Other States Record Series: Death Records Collection: Social Security Death Index - All Other States County: Statewide last residence zipcode: birth date: 07/04/1903death location: Unknownlump sum payment zipcode: verification code: reference number: 712-05-7234social security number: 712-05-7234name: JAMES KENOYERdeath date: 04/00/1964.

252. Digital Archives, State of Washington, James F Kenoyer - Dorothy B Kulp - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmr8509groom's name: James F KenoyerAge 25, Albion, WashFather James F Kenoyer, Yamhill, OregonMother Eva Luce, Lane, Oregonbride's name: Dorothy B KulpAge 16, Blaine, WashFather John Kulp, Taswell, IllinoisMother May E McPhail, Tennmarriage date: Nov 19 1928filing date: Nov 22 1928county: Whitmannotes: Witnesses: Lorinda Luce, Albion Wash & Mary E Kulp, Albion, Wash.

253. Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Whitman County, Washington, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wa/whitman/cemeteries/albion.txt, Kenoyer, (James F. 1903-1964Kenoyer, Dorothy B., 1912-(_____)Same Stone.

254. Digital Archives, State of Washington, James F Kenoyer - Dorothy B Kulp - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmr8509groom's name: James F KenoyerAge 25, Albion, WashFather James F Kenoyer, Yamhill, OregonMother Eva Luce, Lane, Oregonbride's name: Dorothy B KulpAge 16, Blaine, WashFather John Kulp, Taswell, IllinoisMother May E McPhail, Tennmarriage date: Nov 19 1928filing date: Nov 22 1928county: Whitmannotes: Witnesses: Lorinda Luce, Albion Wash & Mary E Kulp, Albion, Wash.

255. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Unnamed Kenoyer Birth Date: 12 Nov 1907 Location: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: James Fredrick Kenoyer Mother's Name: Eva Price Image Filename: 438 .

256. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Unnamed Kenoyer Birth Date: 17 Jan 1914 Location: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: I F Kenoyer Mother's Name: Eva Luce Image Filename: 3459 .

257. Digital Archives, State of Washington, GEORGE P KENOYER - Social Security Death Index Record Series: Death Records Collection: Social Security Death Index County: Statewide last residence zipcode: 98388birth date: 01/17/1914death location: STEILACOOM, WAlump sum payment zipcode: verification code: reference number: 531-18-8393social security number: 531-18-8393name: GEORGE P KENOYERdeath date: 11/26/1995.

258. Digital Archives, State of Washington, George P Kenoyer - Carolina Reitner - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmr10103groom's name: George P KenoyerAge 22, Albion, WashFather James Frederick Kenoyer, Yamhill, OregonMother Eva Luce, Lane, Oregonbride's name: Carolina ReitnerAge 19, Odessa, WashFather John Henry Reitner, Bavaria, GermanyMother Mary Finch, Crag, Austriamarriage date: Apr 19 1936filing date: Apr 22 1936county: Whitmannotes:.

259. Digital Archives, State of Washington, CAROLINA KENOYER - Social Security Death Index Record Series: Death Records Collection: Social Security Death Index County: Statewide last residence zipcode: birth date: 11/12/1916death location: Unknownlump sum payment zipcode: verification code: reference number: 533-14-1857social security number: 533-14-1857name: CAROLINA KENOYERdeath date: 03/00/1991.

260. Albion (Guy) Cemetery, Whitman County, Washington, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/wa/whitman/cemeteries/albion.txt, Kenoyer, Carolina, b. Nov. 12, 1916, d. May 18, 1991.

261. Digital Archives, State of Washington, George P Kenoyer - Carolina Reitner - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmr10103groom's name: George P KenoyerAge 22, Albion, WashFather James Frederick Kenoyer, Yamhill, OregonMother Eva Luce, Lane, Oregonbride's name: Carolina ReitnerAge 19, Odessa, WashFather John Henry Reitner, Bavaria, GermanyMother Mary Finch, Crag, Austriamarriage date: Apr 19 1936filing date: Apr 22 1936county: Whitmannotes:.

262. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Mark Edward Kenoyer Birth Date: 28 Jun 1916 Location: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: James Kenoyer Mother's Name: Eva Luce Image Filename: 3459 .

263. SS Death Index, Name: Mark E. Kenoyer SSN: 712-09-6895 Last Residence: 98052 Redmond, King, Washington, United States of America Born: 28 Jun 1916 Died: 24 Aug 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951 .

264. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Mark Edward Kenoyer - Norma Noreen Fuller - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman box: 4folder: 71document no.: eawhmca4748groom's name: Mark Edward Kenoyerbride's name: Norma Noreen Fullermarriage date: Sep 20 1966filing date: Sep 22 1966county: Whitmannotes:.

265. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Lorinda Kenoyer Birth Date: 30 Apr 1911 Location: Whitman Sex: Female Race: White Father's Name: James F Kenoyer Mother's Name: Eva Luce Image Filename: 3459 .

266. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Paul Luca Birth Date: 23 Mar 1908 Location: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: Van B Luca Mother's Name: Edith Fulton Image Filename: 0456 .

267. SS Death Index, Name: Paul W. Luce SSN: 534-01-8316 Last Residence: 85220 Apache Junction, Pinal, Arizona, United States of America Born: 23 Mar 1908 Died: 30 Mar 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 ) .

268. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Roy Daniel Warner - Lorinda Claire Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmc3256groom's name: Roy Daniel Warnerbride's name: Lorinda Claire Lucemarrriage date: July 17 1948county: Whitmannotes:.

269. Montana Death Index, Name: Nora Dosh Age: 67 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1877 Gender: Female Death Date: 29 Jul 1944 Death County: Yellowstone Index Number: Blgs 7315 Source: Montana Office of Vital Statistics .

270. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Charles Dosh - Nora Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 1 document no.: eawhmr512 groom's name: Charles Dosh Age 23, Page Co, IowaFatrher Geo DoshMother Hannah E Prickettsbride's name: Nora Luce Age 20, Lane, OregonFather: I K LuceMother Lorinda Pettymarriage date: filing date: Jun 19 1897 county: Whitman notes: date of marriage crossed out - "see certificate" for date of marriage.

271. Montana Death Index, Name: Charles Dosh Age: 77 Estimated Birth Year: 1874 Gender: Female Death Date: 27 Mar 1951 Death County: Yellowstone Index Number: Yel 3908 Source: Montana Office of Vital Statistics .

272. Mountview Cemetery, Yellowstone County, MT, DOSH NORA Jul 31, 1944.

273. Mountview Cemetery, Yellowstone County, MT, DOSH CHARLES Mar 30, 1951.

274. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Charles Dosh - Nora Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 1 document no.: eawhmr512 groom's name: Charles Dosh Age 23, Page Co, IowaFatrher Geo DoshMother Hannah E Prickettsbride's name: Nora Luce Age 20, Lane, OregonFather: I K LuceMother Lorinda Pettymarriage date: filing date: Jun 19 1897 county: Whitman notes: date of marriage crossed out - "see certificate" for date of marriage.

275. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Dash Dosh Date of Birth: 5 May 1898 Gender: Male County: Whitman Father's Name: Charles Dash.

276. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Dash Dosh Date of Birth: 14 Jun 1906 Gender: Male County: Whitman Father's Name: Charles Dash .

277. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Henry K Luce - Daisy V Fincher - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 2 document no.: eawhmr1481 groom's name: Henry K Luce Age 23, Whitman, WashFather I.K. LuceMother Lorinda Pettybride's name: Daisy V Fincher Age 23, Columbia, WashingtonFather W. B. FincherMother Alta Peermarriage date: Oct 8 1902 filing date: Oct 10 1902 county: Whitman notes:.

278. CA Death Index, Name: Daisy Violet Luce[Daisy Violet Fincher] Social Security #: 570288935 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 26 Jul 1879 Birthplace: Washington Death Date: 24 Dec 1980 Death Place: Monterey Mother's Maiden Name: Peer FATHER'S SURNAME: Fincher .

279. SS Death Index, Name: Daisy Luce SSN: 570-28-8935 Last Residence: 93950 Pacific Grove, Monterey, California, United States of America Born: 26 Jul 1879 Died: Dec 1980 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951) .

280. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Henry K Luce - Daisy V Fincher - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 2 document no.: eawhmr1481 groom's name: Henry K Luce Age 23, Whitman, WashFather I.K. LuceMother Lorinda Pettybride's name: Daisy V Fincher Age 23, Columbia, WashingtonFather W. B. FincherMother Alta Peermarriage date: Oct 8 1902 filing date: Oct 10 1902 county: Whitman notes:.

281. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Unnamed Luce Birth Date: 5 Oct 1914 Location: Seattle Sex: Female Race: White Father's Name: H K Luce Mother's Name: Daisy V ??Ncher Image Filename: 3572 .

282. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, MIldred Lorraine, b. Dec 30, 1905, d. Jul 31, 1906, d/o H.K. & Daisy V *.

283. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Von B Luce - Edith H Fulton - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 3 document no.: eawhmr2708 groom's name: Von B Luce Age 21, AlbionFather Isaac K LuceMother Lorinda Pettybride's name: Edith H Fulton Age 20, Beloit, KansasFather M R FultonMother Rose Crouchmarriage date: Jun 30 1907 filing date: county: Whitman notes:.

284. Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho, Luce, Van Buckles, 1885 - Jan 29, 1974, 80A-1.

285. Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho, Luce, Edith (Mrs. Van), 1886 - 1974, 80A-2.

286. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Von B Luce - Edith H Fulton - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records box: 3 document no.: eawhmr2708 groom's name: Von B Luce Age 21, AlbionFather Isaac K LuceMother Lorinda Pettybride's name: Edith H Fulton Age 20, Beloit, KansasFather M R FultonMother Rose Crouchmarriage date: Jun 30 1907 filing date: county: Whitman notes:.

287. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Paul Luca Birth Date: 23 Mar 1908 Location: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: Van B Luca Mother's Name: Edith Fulton Image Filename: 0456 .

288. SS Death Index, Name: Paul W. Luce SSN: 534-01-8316 Last Residence: 85220 Apache Junction, Pinal, Arizona, United States of America Born: 23 Mar 1908 Died: 30 Mar 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 ) .

289. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Lorinda Kenoyer Birth Date: 30 Apr 1911 Location: Whitman Sex: Female Race: White Father's Name: James F Kenoyer Mother's Name: Eva Luce Image Filename: 3459 .

290. SS Death Index, Name: Mildred L. Pixley SSN: 539-09-8067 Last Residence: 83843 Moscow, Latah, Idaho, United States of America Born: 4 Oct 1909 Died: 5 Apr 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 .

291. SS Death Index, Name: Carl W. Pixley SSN: 518-01-5664 Last Residence: 83872 Viola, Latah, Idaho, United States of America Born: 19 Jun 1911 Died: 31 Mar 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: Idaho (Before 1951 ) .

292. Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho, Pixley, Mildred L Luce, b. 1909, d. 2002, s/w Carl W, Row 5E.

293. Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho, Pixley, Carl Wesley, Jun 19, 1911 - Mar 31, 1997, 1A-2.

294. SS Death Index, Name: Robert I. Luce SSN: 539-07-2646 Last Residence: 99204 Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States of America Born: 4 Feb 1911 Died: 7 Feb 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 ) .

295. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Robert I Luce Date of Death: 7 Feb 1996 Place of Death: Spokane City Age: 85 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1911 RESIDENCE: Spokane City Gender: Male SSN: 539-07-2646 Certificate: 007850.

296. Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho, Luce, Robert Isaac, 1911, 1996, 80A-3.

297. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Doran Luce Birth Date: 29 Jan 1913 Location: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: Van Luce Mother's Name: Edith Fulton Image Filename: 3581 .

298. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Harold T Cunningham - Beryl B Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records document no.: eawhmr9119 groom's name: Harold T Cunningham Age 21, 1st Marriage, Colfax, WashFather Loren Cunningham, MoMother Lulu Young, Orebride's name: Beryl B Luce Father Van Luce, Albien, WashMother Fulten, Kansmarriage date: Dec 23 1931 filing date: Dec 24 1931 county: Whitman notes:.

299. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Harold T Cunningham Date of Death: 1 Dec 1973 Place of Death: Spokane City RESIDENCE: Spokane Gender: Male Certificate: 029932 .

300. SS Death Index, Name: Harold Cunningham SSN: 531-30-4151 Last Residence: 99214 Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States of America Born: 26 Jul 1910 Died: Dec 1973 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 ) .

301. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Harold T Cunningham - Beryl B Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records document no.: eawhmr9119 groom's name: Harold T Cunningham Age 21, 1st Marriage, Colfax, WashFather Loren Cunningham, MoMother Lulu Young, Orebride's name: Beryl B Luce Father Van Luce, Albien, WashMother Fulten, Kansmarriage date: Dec 23 1931 filing date: Dec 24 1931 county: Whitman notes:.

302. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Charles Wilmont Reynolds - Clara Faith Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmr10591groom's name: Charles Wilmont ReynoldsAge 23, Fairview, MontanaFather Charles J Reynolds, IowaMother Genevieve Boles, Carthage SDbride's name: Clara Faith LuceAge 21, Great Falls, Mont.Father Van B. Luce, Whitman, WashMother Edith Fulton, Washingtonmarriage date: May 21 1938filing date: May 25 1938county: Whitmannotes:.

303. SS Death Index, Name: Charles W. Reynolds SSN: 518-01-4895 Born: 30 Nov 1914 Died: 6 Apr 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Idaho (Before 1951 ) .

304. Viola Cemetery, Viola, Latah County, Idaho, Reynolds, Charles Wilmont, Nov 11, 1914 - Apr 06, 1992, 81A-1Reynolds, Clara, Own S 1/2 81A.

305. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Charles Wilmont Reynolds - Clara Faith Luce - Whitman Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman document no.: eawhmr10591groom's name: Charles Wilmont ReynoldsAge 23, Fairview, MontanaFather Charles J Reynolds, IowaMother Genevieve Boles, Carthage SDbride's name: Clara Faith LuceAge 21, Great Falls, Mont.Father Van B. Luce, Whitman, WashMother Edith Fulton, Washingtonmarriage date: May 21 1938filing date: May 25 1938county: Whitmannotes:.

306. SS Death Index, Name: Clay Luce SSN: 518-36-4614 Last Residence: 83843 Moscow, Latah, Idaho, United States of America Born: 1 May 1887 Died: Sep 1974 State (Year) SSN issued: Idaho (Before 1951 ) .

307. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Clay B Luce - Maud G Moody - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records document no.: eawhmc48 groom's name: Clay B Luce Age 22, Palouse WashFather Isaac K LuceMother Lorendia Pettybride's name: Maud G Moody Age 19, North CarolinaFather: Elijah Calvin MoodyMother Nancy J Tugmanmarrriage date: March 29 1910 county: Whitman notes:.

308. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Luce Luce Birth Date: 25 Dec 1910 Location: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's Name: Clay H Luce Mother's Name: Maude Graham Moody Image Filename: 3564 .

309. SS Death Index, Name: H. C. Luce SSN: 533-01-8246 Last Residence: 83843 Moscow, Latah, Idaho, United States of America Born: 25 Dec 1910 Died: 4 Mar 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951 ) .

310. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Luce, Ira N County: Marion Death Date: 9 Jul 1944.

311. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#145200 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: Ira N. Groom Residence: Bride Last Name: HOSKINS Bride First Name: Beulah E. Bride Residence: Place: Lewiston Date: 31 Dec 1912 County of Record: Nez Perce State: Idaho Volume: 5 Page: 127 .

312. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 741 Name Hoskins, Beulah Elizabeth Date 8/27/1894 Record Type Delayed Birth County Umatilla Source Health Identifier Remarks Case# 0741 Name Luce, Beulah Elizabeth Hoskins Date 8/27/1894 Record Type Evidence County Umatilla Source Health Identifier Remarks .

313. SS Death Index, Name: Beulah E. Larson SSN: 542-26-2717 Born: 27 Aug 1894 Died: Mar 1989 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before .

314. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Ira, b. Feb 18, 1889, d. Aug 04, 1944, s/w Doris Mae & Leroy Norval *.

315. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#145200 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: Ira N. Groom Residence: Bride Last Name: HOSKINS Bride First Name: Beulah E. Bride Residence: Place: Lewiston Date: 31 Dec 1912 County of Record: Nez Perce State: Idaho Volume: 5 Page: 127 .

316. SS Death Index, Name: Dean Luce SSN: 518-18-8963 Last Residence: 83553 Weippe, Clearwater, Idaho, United States of America Born: 18 Sep 1915 Died: May 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: Idaho (Before 1951 ) .

317. SS Death Index, Name: Janella A. Luce SSN: 542-01-8137 Last Residence: 83404 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, United States of America Born: 15 Jun 1905 Last Benefit: 83404 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, United States of America Died: Oct 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

318. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Leroy Norval, b. Apr 30, 1923, d. May 13, 1923, s/w Doris Mae & Ira *.

319. Pitts Cemetery, Pullman, Whitman County, Washington, Luce, Doris Mae, b. Aug 27, 1928, d. Aug 27, 1928, s/w Leroy & Ira *.

320. SS Death Index, Name: Dean H. Luce SSN: 224-22-9803 Last Residence: 23661 Hampton, Hampton City, Virginia, United States of America Born: 27 Jan 1921 Died: 21 Apr 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 ) .

321. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Dean Luce Date of Death: 16 Apr 1980 Place of Death: Tacoma Age: 82 Estimated birth year: abt 1898 Residence: Olympia Gender: Male SSN: 537-38-5096 Certificate: 012153.

322. SS Death Index, Name: Dean Luce SSN: 537-38-5096 Last Residence: 98501 Olympia, Thurston, Washington, United States of America Born: 22 Feb 1898 Died: Apr 1980 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (1957-1958 ) .

323. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#131725 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: Dean Groom Residence: Bride Last Name: HOSKINS Bride First Name: Ameliea Mae Bride Residence: Place: Juliaetta Date: 18 Jun 1919 County of Record: Nez Perce State: Idaho Volume: 6 Page: 223 .

324. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 736 Name Hoskins, Amelia May Date 1/22/1897 Record Type Delayed Birth County Umatilla Source Health Identifier Remarks Case# 0736 Name Hoskins, Amelia May Date 1/22/1897 Record Type Evidence County Umatilla Source Health Identifier.

325. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Amelia M Luce Date of Death: 5 Dec 1995 Place of Death: Olympia Age: 98 Estimated birth year: abt 1897 Residence: Olympia Gender: Female SSN: 537-38-8109 Certificate: 038553.

326. SS Death Index, Name: Amelia H. Luce SSN: 537-38-8109 Last Residence: 98502 Olympia, Thurston, Washington, United States of America Born: 22 Jan 1897 Died: 5 Dec 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (1957-1958 ) .

327. Odd Fellows Cemetery, Thurston County, Washington, LUCE, Dean, Col. 16 Apr 1980 age 82.

328. Western States Marriage Record Index, Details For Marriage ID#131725 Groom Last Name: LUCE Groom First Name: Dean Groom Residence: Bride Last Name: HOSKINS Bride First Name: Ameliea Mae Bride Residence: Place: Juliaetta Date: 18 Jun 1919 County of Record: Nez Perce State: Idaho Volume: 6 Page: 223 .

329. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 2774 Name Campbell, Cogswell Frazier Date 2/19/1898 Record Type Delayed Birth County Lane Source Health Identifier Remarks .

330. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Cogswell F Campbell Date of Death: 2 Aug 1977 Place of Death: Bellingham Age: 79 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1898 RESIDENCE: San Juan Gender: Male Certificate: 019302.

331. SS Death Index, Name: Cogswell Campbell SSN: 544-36-6168 Last Residence: 92677 Laguna Niguel, Orange, California, United States of America Born: 19 Feb 1898 Died: Aug 1977 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1951-1952) .

332. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 40 Name Gay, Vera Edna Belshaw Date 9/16/1895 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks .

333. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Gay, Vera Edn County: Grant Death Date: 18 Jul 1976 Certificate: 76-10929 Age: 80 Birth Date: Sep 1895 Spouse: Alec .

334. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Gay, Alec R County: Grant Death Date: 11 Sep 1951 Certificate: 9924 Spouse: Vera .

335. SS Death Index, Name: Eula W. Wyllie SSN: 543-44-6061 Last Residence: 97845 John Day, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Born: 11 Jan 1903 Died: Apr 1989 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1956-1957) .

336. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Wyllie, Eula Wanda County: Grant Death Date: 3 Apr 1989 Certificate: 89-06560 Age: 86 Birth Date: 11 Jan 1903 Spouse: James .

337. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, WYLLIE, Eula. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40.

338. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, WYLLIE, James Andrew. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40.

339. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, WYLLIE James Layton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41.

340. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Virgil Dud County: Grant Death Date: 19 Nov 1986 Certificate: 86-20713 Age: 79 Birth Date: 3 Jul 1907 Spouse: Anna .

341. SS Death Index, Name: Virgil Belshaw SSN: 543-44-5861 Last Residence: 97865 Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Born: 3 Jul 1907 Died: Nov 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1956-1957 ) .

342. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Anna Mau County: Grant Death Date: 17 Sep 1981 Certificate: 81-15051 Age: 73 Birth Date: 11 Feb 1908 Spouse: Virgil .

343. SS Death Index, Name: Anna Belshaw SSN: 541-24-4191 Last Residence: 97865 Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Born: 11 Feb 1908 Last Benefit: 97865 Mount Vernon, Grant, Oregon, United States of America Died: Sep 1981 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

344. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Virgil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42.

345. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Anna. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42.

346. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Belshaw, Rodger ?? County: Grant Death Date: 19 Apr 1964 Certificate: 4942 Age: 11 .

347. Canyon City Cemetery, Grant County, Oregon, Belshaw, Roger A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44Belshaw, Rodger Allen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44.

348. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 100 Name Cummings, Rodney Bertrand Date 3/15/1898 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health Identifier Remarks Case# 0100 Name Cummings, Rodney Bertrand Date 3-15-1898 Record Type Evidence County Grant Source Health .

349. SS Death Index, Name: Rodney Cummings SSN: 540-05-8097 Last Residence: 97330 Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, United States of America Born: 15 Mar 1898 Died: Feb 1967 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951) .

350. SS Death Index, Name: Nola R. Cummings SSN: 541-12-4167 Born: 8 Mar 1899 Died: Oct 1990 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951) .

351. SS Death Index, Name: Robert S. Moulton SSN: 539-38-4063 Last Residence: 98387 Spanaway, Pierce, Washington Born: 13 Jan 1912 Died: 23 Mar 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (1958 ) .

352. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about Robert Sidney Moulton Name: Robert Sidney Moulton Service Info.: MSGT US AIR FORCE WORLD WAR II Birth Date: 13 Jan 1912 Death Date: 23 Mar 2006 Cemetery: Willamette National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 11800 SE MT. Scott Boulevard Portland, OR 97266 Buried At: Section Ll Site 341.

353. California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Name: Ralph C Cooper Birth Date: 14 Jun 1919 Gender: Male Mother's Maiden Name: Evans Birth County: San Joaquin.

354. SS Death Index, Name: Ralph Cooper SSN: 566-12-6161 Last Residence: 95988 Willows, Glenn, California, United States of America Born: 14 Jun 1919 Died: Nov 1975 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 ) .

355. CA Death Index, Name: Ralph C Cooper Social Security #: 566126161 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 14 Jun 1919 Birthplace: California Death Date: 13 Nov 1975 Death Place: Glenn.

356. California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Name: Karen Rae Cooper Birth Date: 17 Sep 1946 Gender: Female Mother's Maiden Name: Toney Birth County: Glenn .

357. California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Name: Sandra Sue Cooper Birth Date: 24 Feb 1944 Gender: Female Mother's Maiden Name: Toney Birth County: Glenn .

358. Delayed Birth Oregon Archives, Case# 657 Name Cornell, Alta Verr Luce Date 1/5/1896 Record Type Delayed Birth County Grant Source Health .

359. SS Death Index, Record Series: Death Records Collection: Social Security Death Index County: Statewide last residence zipcode: 98901birth date: 01/05/1896death location: YAKIMA, WAlump sum payment zipcode: 98902verification code: reference number: 535-26-2914social security number: 535-26-2914name: ALTA CORNELLdeath date: 03/00/1977.

360. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Alta Luce - E. H. Cornell - Yakima Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Yakima Marriage Records County: Yakima document number: 5316reference number: ceyakmarcert0001928bride's name: Alta Lucebride's last name 2: bride's first name 2: bride's middle name 2: groom's name: E. H. Cornellmarriage date: 7/23/1915 12:00:00 AMcounty: Yakimarecord series: Marriage Certificateaccess number: CE339-2-14notes: Witnesses: Mabel M Morgan & Floyd Luce.

361. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Elmer H Cornell Date of Death: 23 Jul 1979 Place of Death: Pasco Age: 84 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1895 RESIDENCE: Franklin Gender: Male SSN: 537-20-5196 Certificate: 015035 .

362. Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA, "Electronic," CORNELL, Alta V CEM C 21 SE 1 81 2-Mar-1977 4-Mar-1977.

363. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Alta Luce - E. H. Cornell - Yakima Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Yakima Marriage Records County: Yakima document number: 5316reference number: ceyakmarcert0001928bride's name: Alta Lucebride's last name 2: bride's first name 2: bride's middle name 2: groom's name: E. H. Cornellmarriage date: 7/23/1915 12:00:00 AMcounty: Yakimarecord series: Marriage Certificateaccess number: CE339-2-14notes: Witnesses: Mabel M Morgan & Floyd Luce.

364. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Robert Luce Cornell - E.H. Cornell - Alda Luce - Washington State Death Records Record Series: Death Records Collection: Washington State Death Records County: Statewide da reference number: {DE082E6B-5C19-4EDF-A7C9-54A8F79A9942}image number: 2212document number: 135document reference id: 350name: Robert Luce Cornelldate of death: 6 Dec 1920age: 0gender: Malerace or color: place of burial: burial year: cemetery name: father name: E.H. Cornellfather birth place: mother name: Alda Lucemother birth place: additional relatives: batch id: 275808batch locality: Washington, United Statesburial date: death place: Yakima, Yakima, Washingtonmother name gn: Aldamother name surname: Luce.

365. Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA, "Electronic," CORNELL, Robert Luce CEM C 21 SW 3 11 D 6-Dec-1920 8-Dec-1920.

366. SS Death Index, Name: Michael C. Harper SSN: 543-07-3920 Last Residence: 97465 Port Orford, Curry, Oregon, United States of America Born: 29 Jun 1913 Died: 21 Dec 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

367. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Harper, Michael Chancey County: Coos Death Date: 21 Dec 1998 Certificate: 98-28814 Age: 85 Birth Date: 29 Jun 1913 Spouse: Haruyo .

368. SS Death Index, Name: Haruyo Harper SSN: 543-66-5620 Last Residence: 98532 Chehalis, Lewis, Washington, United States of America Born: 30 Aug 1923 Died: 2 Jun 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (1969 ).

369. SS Death Index, Name: Geraldine W. Busby SSN: 542-18-4701 Last Residence: 97524 Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon, United States of America Born: 21 Apr 1915 Last Benefit: 97524 Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon, United States of America Died: 10 Sep 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

370. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Greb, Alvin Pae County: Jackson Death Date: 22 Nov 1979 Certificate: 79-19570 Age: 71 Birth Date: 11 Apr 1908 Spouse: Gerald .

371. SS Death Index, Name: Alvin Greb SSN: 540-30-7863 Last Residence: 97524 Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon, United States of America Born: 11 Apr 1908 Died: Nov 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

372. Nevada Marriage Index, Name: William Allen Busby Gender: Male Residence State: Oregon Spouse: Geraldine Wilma Greb Spouse residence state: Oregon Marriage Date: 30 Jun 1981 Marriage city: Carson City Officiant type: Religious celebrant Recorded date: 2 Jul 1981 Recorded city: Carson City Book: 101- Page: 636 4 Instrument number: 8233 .

373. SS Death Index, Name: William A. Busby SSN: 569-20-6928 Last Residence: 97524 Eagle Point, Jackson, Oregon, United States of America Born: 17 Sep 1922 Died: 4 Jan 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 ) .

374. Nevada Marriage Index, Name: William Allen Busby Gender: Male Residence State: Oregon Spouse: Geraldine Wilma Greb Spouse residence state: Oregon Marriage Date: 30 Jun 1981 Marriage city: Carson City Officiant type: Religious celebrant Recorded date: 2 Jul 1981 Recorded city: Carson City Book: 101- Page: 636 4 Instrument number: 8233 .

375. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Kingsley, Keitha C County: Multnomah Death Date: 23 Dec 1971 Certificate: 71-19616 Age: 68 Birth Date: Jun 1903 Spouse: Lionel .

376. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Kingsley, Lionel W County: Washington Death Date: 16 Jun 1983 Certificate: 83-10704 Age: 85 Birth Date: 27 Nov 1897 Spouse: Keitha .

377. SS Death Index, Name: Lionel Kingsley SSN: 542-14-7483 Last Residence: 97006 Beaverton, Washington, Oregon, United States of America Born: 27 Nov 1897 Died: Jun 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ).

378. CA Death Index, Name: Chauncey D Luce Social Security #: 541058150 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 20 Feb 1909 Birthplace: Oregon Death Date: 7 Jun 1977 Death Place: Los Angeles .

379. SS Death Index, Name: Chauncey Luce SSN: 541-05-8150 Last Residence: 90274 Palos Verdes Peninsula, Los Angeles, California, United States of America Born: 20 Feb 1909 Died: Jun 1977 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ) .

380. Oregon Death Index, (Ancestry.com), "Electronic," Name: Eleanor M. Luce SSN: 567-82-1003 Last Residence: 97341 Depoe Bay, Lincoln, Oregon, United States of America Born: 21 Sep 1907 Died: 5 Dec 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: California (1966 ) Wife of Chauncey All Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 Results You have saved this record to My Ancestry (Shoebox).You have saved this record to My Ancestry (People I'm Looking For).This record has been added to your shoebox.Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 about Eleanor Marie Luce Name: Luce, Eleanor Marie County: Lincoln Death Date: 5 Dec 1997 Certificate: 97-27028 Age: 90 Birth Date: 21 Sep 1907 Spouse: C.

381. California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Name: Phillip A Stosser Birth Date: 8 Mar 1919 Gender: Male Mother's Maiden Name: Lucs Birth County: Santa Cruz .

382. SS Death Index, Name: Phillip Stosser SSN: 567-18-4487 Born: 8 Mar 1919 Died: Dec 1965 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951).

383. Ancestry.com, Washington Death Index, "Electronic," Name: Phillip A Stosser Date of Death: 24 Dec 1965 Place of Death: Seattle RESIDENCE: Seattle Gender: Male Certificate: 025849 .

384. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Phillip Albert Stosser - Engeborg Caroline Malmberg - Kitsap Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Kitsap Marriage Records County: Kitsap document no.: psktsmc15085groom's name: Phillip Albert Stosserbride's name: Engeborg Caroline Malmbergmarriage date: 12/21/1942 12:00:00 AMfiling date: 12/29/1942 12:00:00 AMcounty: Kitsapnotes:.

385. SS Death Index, Name: Caroline E. Stosser SSN: 537-03-0464 Last Residence: 93552 Palmdale, Los Angeles, California, United States of America Born: 20 Feb 1915 Died: 4 Apr 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951) .

386. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, Name: Philip Albert Stosser Service Info.: BMCS US NAVY WORLD WAR II, KOREA, VIETNAM Birth Date: 8 Mar 1919 Death Date: 24 Dec 1965 Service Start Date: 26 Dec 1945 Interment Date: 27 Jan 1966 Cemetery: Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery Cemetery Address: P.O. Box 6237 San Diego, CA 92166 Buried At: Section A-F Site 601 .

387. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Phillip Albert Stosser - Engeborg Caroline Malmberg - Kitsap Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Kitsap Marriage Records County: Kitsap document no.: psktsmc15085groom's name: Phillip Albert Stosserbride's name: Engeborg Caroline Malmbergmarriage date: 12/21/1942 12:00:00 AMfiling date: 12/29/1942 12:00:00 AMcounty: Kitsapnotes:.

388. California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Name: Janet Charlane Stosser Birth Date: 17 Jul 1938 Gender: Female Mother's Maiden Name: Howard Birth County: Santa Cruz .

389. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Record Series: Death Records Collection: Social Security Death Index County: Statewide last residence zipcode: 98584birth date: 02/10/1942death location: SHELTON, WAlump sum payment zipcode: verification code: reference number: 565-56-0569social security number: 565-56-0569name: DONALD P STOSSERdeath date: 02/12/1993.

390. California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Name: Roger Warren Stosser Birth Date: 26 Aug 1944 Gender: Male Mother's Maiden Name: Malmberg Birth County: Santa Cruz .

391. California Marriage Index, Name: Roger W Stosser Age: 20 Est. Birth: abt 1945 Spouse Name: Patricia L Price Spouse Age: 18 Est. Spouse Birth: abt 1947 Date: 9 Jul 1965 Location: Los Angeles.

392. Nevada Marriage Index, Name: Marsha Colleen Bonfiglio Gender: Female Residence State: California Spouse: Roger W Stosser Spouse residence state: California Marriage Date: 19 May 1973 Marriage city: Las Vegas Officiant type: Religious celebrant Recorded date: 24 May 1973 Recorded county: Clark.

393. Nevada Marriage Index, Name: Roger Warren Stosser Gender: Male Spouse: Cheryl Anne Guyer Marriage Date: 26 Mar 1988 Marriage County: Washoe Recorded date: 1 Apr 1988 Recorded city: Carson City Instrument number: 90054M .

394. California Marriage Index, Name: Roger W Stosser Age: 20 Est. Birth: abt 1945 Spouse Name: Patricia L Price Spouse Age: 18 Est. Spouse Birth: abt 1947 Date: 9 Jul 1965 Location: Los Angeles.

395. Nevada Marriage Index, Name: Marsha Colleen Bonfiglio Gender: Female Residence State: California Spouse: Roger W Stosser Spouse residence state: California Marriage Date: 19 May 1973 Marriage city: Las Vegas Officiant type: Religious celebrant Recorded date: 24 May 1973 Recorded county: Clark.

396. Nevada Marriage Index, Name: Roger Warren Stosser Gender: Male Spouse: Cheryl Anne Guyer Marriage Date: 26 Mar 1988 Marriage County: Washoe Recorded date: 1 Apr 1988 Recorded city: Carson City Instrument number: 90054M .

397. SS Death Index, Name: Isaac Kenoyer SSN: 544-10-4884 Last Residence: Washington Born: 3 Sep 1899 Died: Jan 1966 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ).

398. Washington Death Index, 1940-1996, Name: Isaac L Kenoyer Place of Death: Pierce Date of Death: 04 Jan 1966 Residence: Sumner Gender: M Certificate: 001459 .

399. Sumner Cemetery, Sumner, Pierce, WA, Kenoyer, Ida Mae, b. 1905, d. 2000, Mother, New SecKenoyer, Isaac L, b. 1899, d. 1966, Father, New Sec.

400. SS Death Index, PATSY M KENOYER 13 Dec 1933 17 Apr 2000 (V) 98312 (Bremerton, Kitsap, WA) (none specified) 536-30-5159 Washington.

401. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Bender A Luce - Mildred Lucile Collins - Whitman Marriage Records Title: Whitman Marriage Records County: Whitman Name: Marriage Records document no.: eawhmcb1389 groom's name: Bender A Luce age 18, Ft Benton, MontFather C B Luce, WashMother Maud G Moody, N.C.bride's name: Mildred Lucile Collins age 19, Moscow, IdahoFather Fred H Collins, Whitman, WashMother Clara Gilbreth, Iowamarriage date: Jul 21 1932 filing date: Dec 19 1932 county: Whitman notes:.

402. SS Death Index, RALPH R LUCE 07 Jan 1920 14 Mar 2007 (V) 98029 (Issaquah, King, WA) 98029 (Issaquah, King, WA) 519-03-8665 Idaho.

403. BYU - Idaho - Special Collections, ID: 75949 Last Name: Luce First Name: Fermin Lincoln Age: 77 Gender: M Cemetery: Tillamook, Oregon Birth Date: 1 Nov 1913 Birth Place: Fort Benton, Montana Date Died: 15 Feb 1991 Death Place: Rigby, Idaho Father: Ira Luce Mother: Beulah Larson Spouse: Janella Hoskins, md 1943, Stevenson, Washington. Sources: Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 18 Feb 1991--Picture. Remarks: WWII-Army. Automobile accident. Eckersell Memorial Chapel, Rigby, Idaho. .

404. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Fermin L Luce - Janella A Cole - Skamania Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Skamania Marriage Records County: Skamania document no. : swskmmcbook14_722groom's name: Fermin L Lucebride's name: Janella A Colemarriage date: 1/29/1944 12:00:00 AMfiling date: 3/15/1944 12:00:00 AMcounty: Skamanianotes:.

405. BYU - Idaho - Special Collections, ID: 76021 Last Name: Luce First Name: Lola Marie Fisher Tuckett Age: 67 Gender: F Cemetery: Sugar City, Idaho Birth Date: 28 Feb 1923 Birth Place: Ririe, Idaho Date Died: 15 Feb 1991 Death Place: Rigby, Idaho Father: Alma Lehi Fisher Mother: Martha Pearl Baker Spouse: Otto Leroy Tuckett, md 27 Sep 1950, Hibbard, Idaho. Died 16 Feb 1983. Fermin Luce, md 6 July 1990, Twin Falls, Idaho. Sources: Post Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 18 Feb 1991--Picture. Sexton Record: Bl 10, Lot 15, sp 4. Remarks: Auto Accident. Eckersell Funeral Home, Rigby, Idaho. .

406. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Fermin L Luce - Janella A Cole - Skamania Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Skamania Marriage Records County: Skamania document no. : swskmmcbook14_722groom's name: Fermin L Lucebride's name: Janella A Colemarriage date: 1/29/1944 12:00:00 AMfiling date: 3/15/1944 12:00:00 AMcounty: Skamanianotes:.

407. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Clara Luce Birth Date: 21 Apr 1917 LOCATION: Whitman Sex: Female Race: White Father's name: Ira M Luce Mother's name: Beulah E Hoskins Image Filename: 3573.

408. Normal Hill Cemetary, Lewiston,Nez Perce, Idaho, Clara Elizabeth Mckay Born: 1919-04-21 Birth Place: n/a Died: 1956-02-11 Buried: 1956-02-15 Division: 4 Row: 18 Lot: 018 Grave: 27 Grave Marker: S Container: n/a Funeral Home: Vassar Rawls Spouse: n/a Fatherís Name: n/a Motherís Name: n/a Siblings: n/a Children: n/a Kin: n/a Veteran: N Comments: n/a.

409. Normal Hill Cemetary, Lewiston,Nez Perce, Idaho, Dennis Kada Mckay Born: 1909 Birth Place: n/a Died: 1977-05-03 Buried: 1977-05-09 Division: 4 Row: 18 Lot: 018 Grave: 28 Grave Marker: T Container: n/a Funeral Home: Vassar Rawls Spouse: n/a Fatherís Name: n/a Motherís Name: n/a Siblings: n/a Children: n/a Kin: n/a Veteran: N Comments: n/a .

410. Washington Births, 1891-1919, Name: Isaac K Luce Birth Date: 27 May 1919 LOCATION: Whitman Sex: Male Race: White Father's name: Ira Luce Mother's name: Beulah Hoskins Image Filename: 3573 .

411. SS Death Index, Name: Isaac K. Luce SSN: 540-14-8754 Last Residence: 83541 Lenore, Clearwater, Idaho, United States of America Born: 27 May 1919 Died: 8 Feb 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 ).

412. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Isaac K Luce - Esther Edythe Wright - Clark Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Clark Marriage Records County: Clark document number: swclkmc78343groom's name: Isaac K Lucebride's name: Esther Edythe Wrightmarriage date: 10/3/1938 12:00:00 AMcounty : Clarknotes: Witnesses: Minnie Luce & Dean Luce.

413. SS Death Index, Name: Gweene E. Mains SSN: 519-30-4368 Born: 25 Jun 1924 Died: 17 Feb 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Idaho (Before 1951 ).

414. SS Death Index, Name: Dean H. Luce SSN: 224-22-9803 Last Residence: 23661 Hampton, Hampton City, Virginia, United States of America Born: 27 Jan 1921 Died: 21 Apr 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 ) .

415. SS Death Index, PEYTON R WINN 28 May 1922 31 May 2001 (V) 97862 (Milton Freewater, Umatilla, OR) (none specified) 541-22-0221 Oregon.

416. SS Death Index, Name: Peter R. Wronsky SSN: 565-56-7191 Born: 3 Jun 1943 Died: 1 Jan 2005 State (Year) SSN issued: California (1958 ).

417. California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Name: Wronsky Birth Date: 3 Nov 1980 Gender: Female Mother's Maiden Name: Luce Birth County: San Francisco.

418. Digital Archives, State of Washington, Timothy J Luce - Kathie S Bosch - Clark Marriage Records Record Series: Marriage Records Collection: Clark Marriage Records County: Clark document number: swclkmcbb32groom's name: Timothy J Lucebride's name: Kathie S Boschmarriage date: 12/27/1975 12:00:00 AMcounty : Clarknotes:.