Kinnison, Carrie Lee Ison, Mrs. – Obituary

Wingville, Baker County, Oregon Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at West and Company chapel for Carrie Lee Kinnison, 90, who died Friday at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Interment will be at Mt. Hope cemetery. The Rev. Lawrence Roumpf will officiate. Mrs. Kinnison was a third generation pioneer of Baker County and a

Kinnison, Joseph P. – Obituary

Baker Pioneer Dies At Long Beach, California. Built the First Cabin in Baker County on Site of the John Steiger Farm, Wingville Joseph P. Kinnison one of the earliest settlers of the Powder River valley died at his home in Long Beach, California, after a long illness caused by paralysis. Mr. Kinnison was well known

Sturgill, Ben F. – Obituary

A Pioneer Passes Ben F. Sturgill, a pioneer of Powder River valley, died at his home in Baker last Monday. Mr. Sturgill lived for a number of years on a farm at Wingville, but was lately living on a homestead in Lower Powder River. He had led an active life in farming and livestock raising

McQuown, William – Obituary

Rancher Is Victim Of Heart Disease William McQuown Falls Dead in Hay Field Near Wingville Special to the Herald) Wingville, Aug. 13-William McQuown, aged 60 years, and a well known Wingville rancher, fell dead suddenly stricken with heart disease this morning as he was stooping to drink from a bucket. He was working in the

McQuowen, Thomas – Obituary

Wingville, Baker County, Oregon Death Summons Wingville Man Thos. McQuowen Spent All of Life North-West of Baker Thomas McQuowen of Wingville died suddenly this morning at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Annie McQuowen, where he had made his home for the last 22 years. Born August 4, 1864, in the Pocahontas region, Mr. McQuowen,

McEwen, Martha Anne – Obituary

Martha Annie McEwen, 89, died Saturday evening at her home in Wingville after a long illness. She was born Dec. 27, 1883, in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, the daughter of William A. and Lucinda Elliott. She moved to Auburn with her parents in 1884, and later came to Baker Valley where she lived the remainder of

M’Quowen, Mary

Mary M’Quowen Dies At Age Of 90 Years Had Lived in Oregon Practically All Her Life and Passes Away at Wingville. Mrs. Mary McQuowen, an old resident of Wingville, died at the place this morning at 4 o’clock, aged 90 years. Mrs. McQuowen had lived in Oregon practically all her life, having resided in Wingville

Jarman, Emery T. – Obituary

E. T. Jarman Was Early Day Butcher Graveside services for Emery T. Jarman, 85, Haines, were conducted at 3 p.m. Wednesday August 16, at North Powder Cemetery. The Rev. Robert McNiel, officiated and interment was under the direction of The Beatty Chapel. Friends contributed to the Baker County Tuberculosis Assn. in lieu of sending flowers.

Sieg, Desmond – Obituary

Desmond Sieg Was Valley Rancher Desmond Donald Sieg, 70, of Baker City passed away Friday, Feb. 16, 1990 at St. Elizabeth Hosp. Funeral services for Mr. Sieg was conducted on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1990 at 2:00 pm in Gray’s West and Co. Pioneer chapel. The Rev. Greg Lindsay of the United Methodist Church officiated. Concluding

Leigh, Elaine Betty “Hap” Lewis Ingram Mrs. – Obituary

Elaine Betty “Hap” Leigh, 84, of Baker City, who was nicknamed “Happy” by a close friend, died May 5, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Nursing Home. There will be a Celebration of Life service at 1 p.m. Saturday at Gray’s West & Co., 1500 Dewey Ave. Pastor Monte Loyd of Harvest Church will officiate. There will

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