Referee’s Sale of Real Property

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT by virtue of a commission duly issued out of the circuit court of the state of Oregon for the county of Polk, and to me directed on the 15th day of January, 1900, upon a decree and order duly rendered and entered of a record by said court on the 5th day of January, 1900, in a certain suit therein pending, wherein Amy M. Gimble and S.S. Gimble are plaintiffs, and Olive Morris, Stella Johnson and Walter Johnson, her husband, Anna E. Frakes, Jesse B. [sic] and Cora Walling, his wife, Florence Toner and William M. Toner, her husband, Alice M. Pomeroy and O.S. Pomeroy, her husband, Grant Walling and Nellie Walling, his wife, Jennie L. Glandon, E.C. Keyt and J.N. Skaife are defendants, directing a sale of real property sought to be partitioned in said suite and hereinafter described, and appointing me referee to sell the same and report such sale, and to carry out the object of such decree according to law, I will, on

Wednesday, the 7th day of March,

1900, at the our of 11 o’clock in the forenoon, at the court house door in Dallas, Polk county, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder all the right, title, interest and estate of the plaintiffs and defendants in and to the following described premises, situated in the county of Polk and state of Oregon, to-wit: The east one-half (½) of the donation land claim of Jesse D. Walling and Eliza Ann Walling, his wife, being notification No. 247, claim No. 52, in section 31, township 6 south, range 3 west of Willamette meridian; clam No. 48 in sections 35 and 36, township 6 south, range 3 west of Willamette meridian, and claim No. 58 in sections 1 and 2, township 7 south, range 4 west of the Willamette meridian, and containing 322 71 acres. Also a part of said donation claim of Jesse D. Walling and wife, aforesaid, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the north line of said donation land claim 78.17 chains west from the northeast corner of said claim; thence south 74½ degrees west, 38.67 chains along the north line of said claim; then south, 15 degrees, 22.64 chains; thence north, 74½ degrees east, 17 chains; thence north, 15 degrees west, 7 chains; thence north, 74 1-2 degrees east, 21.66 chains; and thence north, 15 degrees west, 15.25 chains to the place of beginning, containing 71.51 acres, more or less.

The said sale will be made subject to the approval and confirmation of said court upon the following terms, to-wit: Ten percent of the purchase price to be paid by the purchaser to the undersigned referees at the time of sale, and the balance thereof to be paid upon the confirmation of such sale by the court and delivery of the referee’s deed.

Dated this 29th day of January, A.D, 1900.

JAS. R. SHEPARD
Referee

Source: Polk County Itemizer, February 9, 1900.

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Estenson-Pomeroy

One of the prettiest of the June weddings in this vicinity was that at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Pomeroy near Kimberly, when their daughter, Marguerite, was united in marriage to Carl S. Estenson of Buhl, the Rev. C.D. Fletcher of Kimberly officiating. The bride’s frock was a dainty pale green georgette crepe, she carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley and sweet peas. The couple was attended by the small niece of the bride, dressed in a frock of pink satin, who carried a basket of rose leaves to scatter in the path of the happy pair. A small nephew of the bridegroom bore the ring on a salver. A wedding breakfast was serve to the 40 guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Estenson left immediately afterwards by motor on a trip to British Columbia. They will be at home after August 1 at Buhl, where Mr. Estenson is in business.

Source: Idaho Statesman, July 3, 1927.

Son of Pioneers Passes at Zena

A long period of illness ended Sunday in the death of Jesse D. “Bird” Walling, 83, at his farm home near Zena. He was born on his father’s donation land claim.

Following education at Willamette university, Walling was a photographer at Zena and then operated a farm.

Survivors are the wife, Mrs. Cora Walling; daughters, Mrs. Eva Purvine of Amity, Mrs. Gertrude Stewart of Oswego, Mrs. James Mott of Salem; sons, Jesse D. Walling of Salem, Harold C. Walling of Portland; brother, Grant Walling of Dayton; sister, Mrs. Alice Pomeroy of Kimberly, Ida.; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be Wednesday, July 10, at 2 p.m. from the Clough-Barrick chapel, with burial at Zena cemetery.

Source: Salem Statesman Journal, July 9, 1940.

Jesse Walling Called by Death

Jesse D. (Bird) Walling, 83, died at the family residence near Zena Sunday after a long illness.  He was a member of a pioneer Oregon family and born on his father’s donation land claim.

Mr. Walling was education at Willamette university and later was a photographer at Zena. He had operated a farm at Zena for many years.

Survivors include the wife, Mrs. Cora Walling; daughters, Mrs. Eva Purvine of Amity, Mrs. Gertrude Stewart of Oswego, Mrs. James Mott of Salem; sons, Jesse D. Walling of Salem, Harold C. Walling of Portland; brother, Grant Walling of Dayton; sister, Mrs. Alice Pomeroy of Kimberly, Ida. Five grandchildren and two great grandchildren also survive.

Services will be held from the Clough-Barrick chapel Wednesday, July 10, at 2 p.m., with interment at  Zena cemetery.

Source:  Salem Capital Journal, July 8, 1940.

Falling Limb Kills Wheatland Farmer

Grant Walling Funeral Is Scheduled Today at Hopewell

WHEATLAND—Grant Walling, 75, died at 4 p.m. Thursday at the General hospital in McMinnville two hours after he was fatally injured with a limb striking him on the head.

With his son, Kirkwood and Harry Fowler, he was felling trees for fuel on his farm. A tree striking another one broke a limb off. He did not speak or regain consciousness afterward.

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Toner

At Toledo, Ore., Saturday, March 23, Mrs. Florence Toner, aged 77 years. Beloved sister of J.D. Walling of Lincoln, Grant Walling of Hopewell, Mrs. Jennie McFarland of Salem and Mrs. Alice Pomeroy of Kimberley, Idaho. Funeral Wednesday March 27, at 2 p.m. at Zena, in charge of Salem mortuary, 545 North Capitol. Interment Zena cemetery, Rev. Kantner officiating.

Source: Salem Statesman Journal, March 26, 1935.

Dilla Lorain Grubbs

GRUBBS.—At Selba, Cal., December 5, 1903, at 4 p.m., Mrs. Dilla Lorain Grubbs, while undergoing a surgical operation.

Deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Walling, of Polk county. She was born April 12, 1861, and in 1886 became the wife of L.G. Grubbs, with whom she lived until she passed away. Deceased was a member of the M.E. church, and a devoted Christian. Besides the bereaved husband and only son, Harold, she leaves to mourn here a large family of brothers and sisters. They are: Mrs. S.S. Gimble of Salem; Mrs. O.S. Pomeroy, Woodburn; Mrs. F.W. Peaslee, Zena; John, Jesse and Grant Walling, Lincoln, Polk county; B.F. Walling, Nampa, Idaho; Mrs. Stella Johnson, Mrs. Pheba [sic] McGrew and Mrs. Jennie Glendon [sic], Portland, and Mrs. W.N. [sic] Toner, Yaquina. A host of devoted friends in Marion and Polk counties will grieve to hear of the lady’s sad death.

Source: Salem Capital Journal, December 9, 1903.

Benjamin F. Walling, Sr.

WALLING—In this city Nov. 28, Benjamin F. Walling, Sr., husband of Georgia M. Walling, father of Jesse J., Frankie G. and Ben F. Walling, Jr., brother of J.D. and Grant Walling, Mrs. Alice Pomeroy and Mrs. Jennie McFarland.  Funeral services will be held Monday, Dec. 2, at 10:30 A.M., in the drawing room chapel of Holman & Lutz, E. 14th and Sandy blvd.  Vault entombment, Lincoln Memorial Park mausoleum.

Source:  Portland Oregonian, December 1, 1929.

Jesse Dutton Walling

SALEM, July 7 (Special) – J.D. (Bird) Walling, 83, native of Oregon, died at his home near Zena Sunday.

Mr. Walling was born on his father’s donation land claim. He was graduated from Willamette university and was later engaged in the photographic business at Zena. For the past many years he had operated a farm.

Surviving are the widow, Cora Walling; three daughters, Mrs. Eva Purvine, Amity; Mrs. Gertrude Stewart, Oswego; Mrs. Ethel Mott, Salem, and two sons, Jesse D., Salem, and Harold C., Portland. He also leaves a brother, Grant, of Dayton, and a sister, Mrs. Alice Pomeroy, Kimberly Idaho.

Funeral services will be held at the Clough-Barrick Chapel here Wednesday afternoon, with interment in the Zena cemetery.

Source:  Portland Oregonian, July 8, 1940.

Walling Clan Reunion Held on Old Claim

Lincoln—Meeting for the 13th annual clan re-union between 80 and 90 of the descendants of the original pioneer Walling family met at the J.D. Walling home which is located on the old donation land claim of the first J.D. Walling and spent the day visiting and with sports and a bountious [sic] basket dinner at noon.

One of the surprises of the day came with the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walling and sons, Walter and Dick, of Minneapolis, Minn., who had arranged their vacation at a time which would allow them to attend the re-union. Walter Walling is a son of Gabriel Walling. He gave an interesting talk in the afternoon. J.R. Shepard, an old-time friend of the family, was present and gave a talk which was much appreciated, and another friend, C.S. Chapman, sang several numbers. Both Shepard and Chapman were from Portland.

Twenty-one years had elapsed since O.S. Pomeroy of Kimberly, Idaho, had been here. Mrs. Pomeroy was here three years ago. Pomeroy used to drive a stage in this part of the valley, and he is very much surprised and pleased with the great development which has been taking place all about particularly the change in roads and their better condition. The Pomeroys formerly lived at Woodburn.

Relatives and guests who signed the registration book which is being kept each year were as follows:

Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Pomeroy of Kimberly, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Fall and three children, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Walling and sons, Walter and Dick, Minneapolis, Minn.; Tracey Walling and daughters, Jaunita [sic], Dorothy, Genevieve, and Marian, Lincoln; Mrs. Grace Walling Portland; Miss Lorine Walling, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walling, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. D.K. Keyt, Perrydale; Mrs. Linna Keyt, Ferris; Mrs. Elsie L. Stutz, Perrydale; Lawrence Macken and Jean Macken, Perrydale; J.W. Walling, Amity; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Munkers and children, Loma and Jessie, McMinnville; J.R. Shepard, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Reaney and daughter, Grace, Salem; Mrs. Jennie Walling McFarland, Salem; Mrs. Mary E. Jennings, Salem; Mrs. Ellen Southwick, Salem; Mrs. Mary Wait, Salem; Mr. and Mrs. George G. Walling and daughters, Ruthie and Adetha, Sherwood; Mrs. Sylvia Holznagel, Herman Holznagel and Robert Holznagel, Sherwood; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walling, Amity; Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Wright, Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gilkey, Portland; Miss Lorine and Claude Walling, Salem; Miss Marjorie Walling, Amity; Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Purvine, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk , Walling and daughter Loraine, Dayton; Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mott and daughters, Francis and Dorothy, Salem; C.S. Chapman, Portland; Mrs. Grant Walling, Dayton; O.C. Wait, Salem; Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Walling, Salem, Jessie [sic] Walling and two sons, Jesse and Ellis, Zena; Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Walling, Portland; Lowell Purvine, Portland; Mr. Case, Portland; and Mr. Massey, Amity.

Source: The Salem Capital Journal, July 7, 1931.