Some Short Death Notices

A news dispatch last week reported the death of John Bradbury at his home in Wallace. Mr. Bradbury was at one time cashier of the Kendrick State Bank. (Kendrick Gazette, October 3, 1919)

Newton Frakes, who died near Mitchell, Crook county, Oregon, on the 26th of last month, was born and raised in Polk county, where he has many friends. He was about 40 years of age, and leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss. (Independence Enterprise, January 24, 1895)

Graveside services and a Masonic ritual will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Zena Cemetery for Jesse S. Gilkey, Dayton, and his son, James, Eugene, whose bodies were found recently in a crashed plane in the Cascades.  Services will be Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Simons & Lounsbury Funeral Home at Eugene.  (Salem Statesman Journal, June 10, 1965)

Mrs. L.B. Grubbs, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Walling, of Zena, died while undergoing a surgical operation in Selba, California, Saturday. She was 42 years old, and leaves a husband and one son. (Polk County Observer, December 11, 1903)

Many friends gathered at the Community church today for funeral services for T.R. Kelly, 68, a former well-known resident of Springville who died at his desk in Washington, D.CC. [sic] where he worked as an official of the Macabees [sic].  (Springville Herald, July 30, 1959)

Funeral services for Frederick Northrup, former printer and Dutchess County Assemblyman who died yesterday at his home near Phillipsburg, will be held Sunday at two p.m. in the Hasbrouck Funeral Home. Interment will be in Unionville.  (Middletown Times Herald, March 17, 1939)

E.B. Rorick, a business man of Morenci, died August 26, aged 74 years. (Saline Observer, September 7, 1905)

SINCLAIR, Max R. Services Tuesday, 2 p.m., at Armstrong Family.  (Los Angeles Times, November 22, 1954)

SLAVENS. Luther C. Slavens. Remains at the Chapel of W.A. Brown, 1815 South Flower street. (Los Angeles Times, April 27, 1938)

Julia Anna Rorick Strevelle of Oxford Mills, who had been brought to Mercy hospital for care and medical attention, died yesterday. She was past 67 years of age, and a sister of Attorney Dallas Rorick of Monticello. (Anamosa Eureka, November 8, 1923)

Claude Toner, recently drowned at Newport, was the only son of Wm. Toner, an old Polk County boy, a nephew of Fred Toner, Dallas. (Polk County Itemizer, October 10, 1912)

WILLIAMS—Grace E., 3749 NE Fremont; wife of Gilbert H., mother of Mrs. Gayle Mustain; sister of Jay P. [sic] Rorick, Mrs. Elizabeth Hornbaker; 1 granddaughter. Friends invited to memorial service Friday, Apr 2, 2 pm, at Wilshire Methodist Church, 4026 NE 39th av. In lieu of flowers, donations to Cancer fund, VFW Post 4052, Ladies Auxiliary. Private inurnment. PORTLAND MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 233-5233. (Portland Oregonian, April 1, 1976)

The sad news of Rufus Shipmans [sic] death was received Saturday. (Van Ettenville Valley Breeze, September 24, 1909)

SUTTON—At Lake Linden, Mich., April 15, Elias F. Sutton, brother of Mrs. Joseph Ayres and Mrs. William L. Barclay, and uncle of Mrs. P.A. Billings, of this city.  (Detroit Free Press, April 16, 1901)

Oregon City, Or., May 17. – (Special.) – Albert Walling, pioneer resident of Clackamas County, for many years making his home at Oswego, died this morning at his home at Rockaway, Or., where he had resided for a number of years.  No arrangements for the funeral have been made, but the body is to be brought to Oswego for burial.  (Portland Oregonian, May 18, 1928)

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