Maxwell, Roland – Obituary

Maxwell Funeral To Be Held In Wallowa Body Will Be Shipped Tomorrow Morning Lived for Weeks After Hope Was Given Up. The body of Roland Maxwell, who died aged 30, last night at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital as the result of injuries sustained several weeks ago in an accident near Cornucopia, will be shipped to Wallowa



Benson, Thomas – Obituary

Cornucopia, Baker County, Oregon Death of Three Well-Known Persons In Union County the Past Week Thomas Benson, of Cornucopia, died last Thursday after a short illness. A few days before his death he contracted a severe cold which rapidly developed into acute pneumonia. The remains were brought to Union and the funeral took place last



Kippes, Joseph – Obituary

Miner Killed When Cable Breaks Joseph Kippes was killed in a fall of 700 feet at the Queen of the West mine near Cornucopia last Thursday afternoon at about 4 o’clock. He is survived by a widow and three small children. The body was crushed almost beyond recognition, and was recovered from the bottom of



Trimble-Blank, Bonnie Mrs. – Obituary

Union, Union County, Oregon Bonnie Jean Trimble-Blank, 73, of Weston and formerly of Union, has left this life to start on her next adventure. She passed away March 5, 2006, at St. Mary Medical Center. There will be no services at her request. Arrangements have been entrusted to Mountain View-Colonial DeWitt Cremations & Funeral Services,



Savage, Sadie Mrs. – Obituary

At Cornucopia, Friday Nov. 30, of paralysis. Mrs. Sadie Savage, wife of L.A. Savage, of this city. Over two years ago, Mrs. Savage had a partial stroke of paralysis and Mr. Savage brought her to the Depot hotel where it was hoped, by the influence of the medical water there, she might be benefitted. She



Brown, Barbara Mrs. – Obituary

Cornucopia, Baker County, Oregon Former Pine Valley Woman Passes At Baker Tuesday Mrs. Barbara Brown, resident of Pine valley for many years, died in Baker Tuesday. She suffered a paralytic stroke Sunday morning and was taken to the hospital. Mrs. Brown was a native of Germany, born in that country March 7, 1859, and came



Duffy, Clinton J.

Clinton J. Duffy, early day mining man of Baker county, dropped dead from a heart attack at his farm home near Richland, early Monday afternoon. Mr. Duffy, who was 83 years old was born in Ireland, and was among the first prospectors in the early ’80s in the camp of Cornucopia. He located the Queen



Inman, George – Obituary

Cornucopia, Baker County, Oregon Death Takes George Inman George Inman, 89, longtime resident of Baker county, died this morning at St. Elizabeth hospital. Born March 23, 1864 in Green County, Indiana, Mr. Inman was a pioneer settler at Cornucopia. He moved to the area 58 years ago. He engaged in mining, farming and stock raising



Peterson, Bessie McMullen Mrs. – Obituary

Bessie Irene Peterson, age 77 of Halfway, passed away Saturday, Nov. 24 at her home. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 2 p.m. in the Pine Valley Presbyterian Church in Halfway. Rev. Judy Marshall officiated and interment followed in Pine Haven Cemetery, Halfway. Mrs. Peterson was born on May 12, 1907 in Halfway,



Hoffman, Jasmine Johnette Garrett Mrs – Obituary

Mrs. Jasmine Johnette Hoffman, 71, 1407 Washington St., died Wednesday in St. Elizabeth Community Hospital after a short illness. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Christian Church, Richalnd. Bishop Dennis L. Fuller, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, will officiate. Burial will follow in the Eagle Valley Cemetery,



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